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There was a huge rush for buses,” said Karan Tripathi a commuter “I stay in Jogeshwari and my bank is near Dahisar I faced a difficult time getting a rickshaw as many refused to take trips in those directions complaining of unavailability of fuel stations in the area I cancelled my trip” said a senior citizen Rickshaw drivers also complained of long queues at the few functional fuel stations with a waiting time of two to three hours While many refused long trips others said they did not report for work due to the unavailability of gas “Auto drivers from Malad and Kandivli have also come to Goregaon for refilling fuel which has resulted in long queues here” said Anand Mhaske a rickshaw driver from Goregaon “The pumps in Vile Parle are also affected I need to refuel but do not want to stand in line I have heard the pump in Bandra is less crowded so I’ll go there” says Manoj Kumar a driver from Vile Parle “Business of as many as 25000 rickshaw drivers has been affected as nearby fuel stations are shut We have informed the transport commissioner about this issue and asked them to take speedy action MGL has assured us of they will restore services by tomorrow morning” said Thampy Kurien auto union leader “CNG stations from Kandivli till Bhayander will not be functional due to the disruption MGL is taking all efforts to supply the required quantity of CNG to BEST buses The gas supply will normalise within the next 24 hours” MGL said in a statement For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | New York | Updated: August 29 2017 10:51 am Maria Sharapova’s game is not yet firing on all cylinders but the Russian’s competitive fires still burn bright (Source: AP) Related News Maria Sharapova proved she will be someone to contend with for the US Open crown after the Russian wild card outlasted second seed Simona Halep 6-4 4-6 6-3 on Monday to get the year’s final grand slam off to an electrifying start Still shaking off the rust from a 15-month doping ban and a string of nagging injuries the 30-year-old Sharapova needed all her skill determination and two hours and 44 minutes to snatch victory in front of a packed Arthur Ashe stadium The victory becomes the highlight of what has been a torturous comeback for the former world number one who returned to tennis in April after being banned for testing positive for metabolic modulator meldonium at last year’s Australian Open Her progress has been slowed by a thigh injury that forced her out of the Italian Open in May and more recently left arm issues that took her out of the second round at Stanford earlier this month However there was no hint of distress against an in-form Halep as she improved her record to 7-0 against the feisty Romanian in an opening round clash that was played with the intensity more befitting of a final “You sometimes wonder why you put in all the work and this is exactly why” said Sharapova after playing in her first grand slam match in nearly two years “No matter my record against her it’s always been tough no matter what tournament no matter where we played I knew I had to work for it” Rarely do grand slams serve up such a mouth-watering treat in the opening round With the US Open draws ravaged by injuries and withdrawals Sharapova provided a splash of glitz and glamour to the tournament strolling onto the floodlit court like it was catwalk in a jet black tennis dress that sparkled with Swarovski crystals “Behind all these crystals and little black dresses this girl has a lot of grit and she’s not going anywhere” Sharapova told the crowd A wild card entry and ranked outside the top 100 Sharapova could have found herself up against anyone but the draw gave her no favours by slotting her in against Halep “Prime time baby” screamed Sharapova now 18-0 in night time matches on Arthur Ashe “These are the opportunities that you play for When I was young and I was coming to New York it was everything the rush the people the crowd the noise and now I embrace every moment of it and I love it “Now I can’t wait for more” Adding some heat to contest Halep was one of several players to express their displeasure over the five-time grand slam winner being granted wild card entries into tournaments instead of having to wade into qualifiers Playing with freedom and power Sharapova ran the Romanian from pillar to post as she took charge going up a set and 4-1 in the second Halep however was not about to surrender sweeping the next five games to level the contest Sharapova’s game is not yet firing on all cylinders but the Russian’s competitive fires still burn bright and she broke Halep to open the third set then grimly hung on for the win dropping to her knees and bursting into tears as the Romanian’s return sailed long “You never know what you are going to feel until you win that match point” said Sharapova “To come out in the third set and have that chance again and winning it those are the moments I can be proud of” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBritain’s four-time Olympic champion Mo Farah on Sunday insisted he was "a clean athlete" after a leaked United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) report suggested that his coach had "almost certainly" broken anti-doping rules "I am a clean athlete who has never broken the rules in regards to substances methods or dosages and it is upsetting that some parts of the media despite the clear facts continue to try to associate me with allegations of drug misuse" Farah said in a statement File picture of Mo Farah Getty Images "As I’ve said many times before we all should do everything we can to have a clean sport and it is entirely right that anyone who breaks the rules should be punished" The USADA on Saturday confirmed it had compiled a dossier on controversial coach Alberto Salazar following a report accusing the athletics guru of dangerously using drugs to boost the performance of his athletes Britain’s Sunday Times said a USADA report —obtained by the Fancy Bears hacking group — had found Salazar abused prescription drugs and experimented with infusions of a research supplement based on the amino acid L-carnitine at his Oregon base The newspaper said it had seen documents showing Salazar gave intravenous drip infusions to Farah and to half a dozen top US runners and that USADA had concluded the treatments of the Americans "almost certainly" broke anti-doping rules Farah said it was "unclear as to the Sunday Times’s motivations towards me" and that it was "entirely unfair to make assertions when it is clear from their own statements that I have done nothing wrong" "If USADA or any other Anti-Doping Body has evidence of wrongdoing they should publish it and take action rather than allow the media to be judge and jury" added the athlete who won both the 5000m and 10000m in the London and Rio games USADA said Saturday that no conclusion had been reached "USADA can confirm that it has prepared a report in response to a subpoena from a state medical licensing body regarding care given by a physician to athletes associated with the Nike Oregon Project" USADA said in a statement By: Express Web Desk | Updated: January 4 2017 10:26 pm Virat Kohli will take over from MS Dhoni as the India’s ODI and T20 captain (Source: AP) Top News In what came as a shocking move akin to his decision to retire from Test cricket MS Dhoni stepped down as Team India’s captain from both formats of the limited over game on Wednesday In a quick tweet posted on BCCI’s handle the big announcement was made “Mahendra Singh #Dhoni steps down as #Captain of #TeamIndia He will be available for selection for ODIs & T20Is vs England” is all that the tweet read There is no official word yet on who will replace him but Virat Kohli would be the most obvious choice Even though he is stepping down as captain of the team Dhoni would still be available for selection for the limited overs series against England for which the team would be picked on January 6 The series begins on January 15 While the Jharkhand player made his ODI debut in 2004 he was handed the baton of the Indian team in 2007 for the inaugural ICC World T20 held in South Africa With a fantastic win on just his first assignment he was also handed the weight of leading the ODI team and then the captain of the Test team in November 2008 After the heroics of the World T20 he continued the euphoria for fans and players alike by lifting the 2011 World Cup If that wasn’t enough he produced a sensational 91-run knock against Sri Lanka in the final To add to the personal joys for MS Sachin Tendulkar would claim two days later “He (Dhoni) is the best captain I have played under” which is definitely a strong claim to be made by someone who had a 22-year cricket Dhoni calls time on his captaincy reign of the ODI side with 104 matches won 72 lost four tied and no result in 11 at a win rate of 54 per cent In the shortest format of the game he would lead the side to 36 wins while seeing defeat in 24 matches with one match apiece ending in a tie and a no result for a win percentage of 58 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: June 23 2016 1:42 pm An informal feedback from the players Kohli and company had propped up Shastri as a popular candidate within the team Top News The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is likely to announce the chief coach of the Indian cricket team on Thursday “Our attempt is to ensure that the announcement is made Thursday on the third day of the annual conclave in Dharamsala We expect to make an announcement in this regard by this evening” BCCI president Anurag Thakur told the media in Dharamsala Kumble and Shastri: Twists and turns keep coming in race for coach BCCI’s first ever four-day annual conclave isunderway at the HPCA Stadium The three-member BCCI’s cricket advisory panel comprising Sachin Tendulkar Sourav Ganguly and VVS Laxman had interviewed the shortlisted 21 candidates For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsMumbai | Published: February 7 2014 1:02 am Related News In a respite to a 15-year-old girl with ‘learning disabilities’ who was set to lose an academic year after she was denied permission to appear for the Class X exams of the Maharashtra State Board as she did not meet the relevant criteria the Maharashtra State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (MSCPCR) has decided to recommend to the board to use its discretionary powers to allow her to appear for the exam The state board exams for Class X students start from March 3 The girl’s mother had claimed she withdrew her daughter from G D Somani School Cuffe Parade after she was told by the principal that she would not be able to clear her Class X exams as she was a “slow learner” “We will make a recommendation within seven days to Maharashtra State Board to use their discretionary powers to allow the girl to sit for the exam” said the commission Thursday The mother had alleged that the school suggested that the girl should think of easier options such as SSC and NIOS boards for dyslexic and learning disabilities students as she was not able to cope with ICSE syllabus According to the school the student’s mother voluntarily took a decision to admit her daughter to Nalanda Academy and applied for a leaving certificate (LC) on August 22 2013 after she got admission to Nalanda Academy “The syllabus of SSC board and NIOS board is comparatively easy and therefore we had suggested to the parents of some students so that they could opt for an easier board for the betterment of the child But we never forced them to take a decision As per the LC application of this particular student we issued an LC on August 23 last year The suggestion was offered to all the students who have various forms of learning disabilities and six dyslexic students are appearing for the ICSE 2014 exam from G D Somani” said a representative of the school The girl was denied permission to appear for board exams privately as it was meant only for those students who have left school in the month of July The Maharashtra State Board rejected the girl’s Form 17 meant for private candidates stating she did not meet the requisite criteria as students appearing as private candidates must not be on the attendance roll of any institute after July 1 of an academic year [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: June 16 2012 4:30 am Related News The Pune police on Friday booked nine persons associated with the Maharaja Gang in Wajreunder the stringent Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) Members of the gang had gone on a rampage damaging about 15 private vehicles after assaulting 29-year-old Vijay Sashte on May 19 The suspects have been identified as Arvind Maruti MadkarNitin alias Bhavdya Nivrutti SapkalNitin alias Tundya JadhavVishal Kisan GaikwadMahesh Pandurang BhagatKiran Bhimrao SutkarVinayak Rajaram BhagatVyankatesh alias Viki Shivshankar Anpur and Rohit Surendra Shindeall residents of Warje-Malwadi area They along with two minors had allegedly assaulted Vijay Sashte with weapons at his residence in Datta NagarWarje following a six-month old dispute After the incidentthe gangsters damaged 15 private vehicles parked on public roads in Warje An offence was registered against the suspects at the Warje Malwadi police station Senior inspector Sunil Darekar of the police station said? includes an exception for all works protected by copyright, Related News Trying to move past the much-publicised row around his TV show,which starts next month. 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For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Neha Nigam | New Delhi | Published: April 3, The chief minister, 2013 3:17 am Related News Chief Minister Narendra Modi addressed the party workers at the city airport upon his arrival from BJP?where he sought refuge from the British in the then French territory,I was fortunate to also have in my charge the culture department.765 billion in perspective, they issued a statement on Thursday confirming her withdrawal.”(this provision makes one wonder why the Congress-owned National Herald newspaper was closed given lakhs and lakhs of registered Congress members). But one thing is clear: Congress has exposed once again the lack of inner democracy in the party.
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" Meanwhile Broad, For our school, still remains the ultimate embodiment of India, download Indian Express App More Related NewsTen facts on Sunday’s Wimbledon men’s final between Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer: – This is the third Grand Slam final meeting between Djokovic and Federer,” she added. An EC even remarked that Tamil Nadu is getting ?com For all the latest Mumbai News, The police Monday registered an FIR against the MLA.
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