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we will celebrate #WomensDay everyday. — Anupam Kher (@AnupamPkher) March 8 2017 Neil Nitin Mukesh who recently tied the knot with Rukmini Sahay wished women on International Women’s Day “To all you BRAVE INTELLIGENT COMPASSIONATE ENTHUSIASTIC HONEST INCREDIBLE KINDHEARTED RADIANTWISE WOMEN … HAPPY WOMENS DAY GO CONQUER ” To all you BRAVEINTELLIGENTCOMPASSIONATEENTHUSIASTICHONESTINCREDIBLEKINDHEARTEDRADIANTWISE WOMEN … HAPPY WOMENS DAY GO CONQUER — Neil Nitin Mukesh (@NeilNMukesh) March 8 2017 Meanwhile Sunny Leone feels that women don’t need a special day as for her everyday is Women’s Day The actor wrote “Weird……I thought Everyday was WOMEN’S DAY xoxoxo……… Happy Women’s “Every”day !! she will make sanitation a top priority since “it will only be a single year’s term”. So, as she came unannounced. SHANKAR BAJPAI | Updated: August 5, we can never afford to give Pakistan what it craves. #Raisina is India’s first MEA sponsored global conclave on geopolitics and geoeconomics,Firstpostis the media partner Written by Shivani Naik | Glasgow | Updated: August 29 2017 9:42 am Fantastically agile and blessed with anticipation Okuhara moves fluidly on the court to pick every shuttle and has devised an overhead spring shot and what’s called in the south of India a ‘jhatka drop’ (Source: Reuters) Related News Nozomi Okuhara and PV Sindhu did not say that their World Championship final was the greatest women’s singles match they’ve played in their careers Understandable since they weren’t quite watching themselves play it Except for this minority of two the rest of the badminton world even 24 hours later couldn’t recall a more engrossing shuttle spectacle than the one in which Okuhara triumphed in 110 minutes Carolina Marin called it an ‘amazing final’ Ratchanok Intanon tweeted this was ‘history making for women’s singles’ Scottish champ Kirsty Gilmour said ‘this has to go down as one of the best matches in history’ while Badminton Scotland’s chief Anne Smilie declared “It was an absolute cracker One that Glasgow will remember for a very long time” Jurrit Ruiter former Danish international lauded the “unreal commitment and fitness” of both players calling it probably the best “WS” match he had ever seen Hans Kristin Vittinghuus Danish Top 20 men’s singles shuttler tweeted: “We are in the middle of a golden era for women’s singles So many talented players and today the best WS match in badminton history” As things stand Carolina Marin Tai Tzu Ying Nozomi Okuhara PV Sindhu Sung Ji Hyun Akane Yamaguchi alongside the next string of Thais as well as Saina Nehwal are playing enough classics with criss-crossing rivalries and excellent off-court respect for women’s singles to look rosy You can nitpick on Sindhu’s stamina and the futile tactics the desperate attempts to find the second wind but anyone watching it would tell you she did her darnest to pull this within millimetres of the tape before she lost The Emirates Arena was filled to the brim fans had paid premium money to trudge up north to Glasgow from London to watch this Of course some had foolishly paid money to scream ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’ at the most inopportune moment right in the middle of a long rally—and their shrieking did coincide with two points Sindhu lost in doomed rallies But mostly the two principal characters performed this superhuman task of playing the greatest match while proving that this is indeed the golden period for women’s singles Technical superiority Okuhara has a gold medal to show for it But despite coming second-best here’s why Sindhu ought to remember this one fondly – once the stinging hurt of missing the big title subsides: She drew the absolute best effort out of Okuhara and gave the world a final that will be remembered for ages She was up against odds that need listing Okuhara is technically a far superior rounded player Three wins against Marin Nehwal and Sindhu make her sound like a metronomic retrieving machine but her ability to construct points has beaten the collective brains of three of the smartest coaches on the circuit – Fernando Rivas Vimal Kumar and Gopichand She pushed all three to predictability in Game 3 and none could do a lot about it She is 5’1” – and sense would dictate a bigger stronger opponent can overpower her But fantastically agile and blessed with anticipation she moves fluidly on the court to pick every shuttle and has devised an overhead spring shot and what’s called in the south of India a ‘jhatka drop’ to have three Olympic medallists of different hues and ages done in Sindhu paled in front of her in the sheer number of strokes in her armoury—though Okuhara had been beaten with a looming jump-smash at the Olympics And finally the Japanese was not going to go down on endurance or speed the first is essentially the Japanese base of training and the latter is Okuhara’s improvisation Lacking gumption Sindhu— forget the rankings and the seedings— was not the favourite to win this one and how close she got makes it her greatest—even above the Olympic thriller where she and Marin touched breakneck speed while pushing the pace on the rallies It’s why the Indian is a champion whose grit is to be respected though gumption was lacking Sindhu— forget the rankings and the seedings— was not the favourite to win this one and how close she got makes it her greatest—even above the Olympic thriller where she and Marin touched breakneck speed while pushing the pace on the rallies It’s why the Indian is a champion whose grit is to be respected though gumption was lacking It was sometime past the 105th minute with the score reading 19-21 22-20 19-20 that PV Sindhu made the 2017 World Championship final the greatest match in women’s singles of a very long time She would always be half claimant to a titanic battle that had gone past 100 minutes – and falling just one minute short of the longest-ever But 19-20 behind in the decider of the World Championship final – very tired a little delirious – Sindhu would have felt her body suffer more than her opponent and not for want of ‘fitness’ Tiredness swamps a taller athlete faster – it’s a quick spiral down – and it was in those flagging moments that Sindhu played the longsest rallies Okuhara held match point at 20-19 and it was then that in a shorter rally Sindhu would draw once more from dipping reserves to send one down the line right along the line that she got one in to offer her final resistance Frankly all the long rallies had been blurs for both—someday they’ll watch the replays and make sense of it—and in the middle it had boiled down to picking the next shuttle Okuhara with more options could think a little better Sindhu who was literally struggling to put the punch on her strokes though the arms were whirring was feverishly labouring There are 1000 things that could’ve been done in strategy but even the fittest bodies will struggle against the mastery of geometry that Okuhara was displaying It was somewhere in Sindhu’s dogged belief that she could overcome all of this that history got made Okuhara was built for retrieving—Sindhu did well to compete on the Japanese girl’s terms and still came close The solutions were somewhere in the future on the drawing board and in new strokes that’ll be learnt in hours of practice Sindhu’s greatness lies in moving at Okuhara’s speed —pushing her body to do that— even when her game was following firmly in the slipstream For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: June 27 2017 4:05 pm Liam Broady who beat Canadian Frank Dancevic 6-2 6-3 in the first qualifying round holds a 4-3 head-to-head advantage over Marcus Willis (Source: Twitter) Top News Briton Liam Broady hopes to deny compatriot Marcus Willis another fairytale run to the Wimbledon main draw when they meet the second qualifying round at Roehampton on Tuesday World number 374 Willis became a crowd favourite last year by winning six qualifying matches to reach the main draw before his adventure was ended by seven-time champion Roger Federer in the second round on Centre Court The 26-year-old began his 2017 campaign with a 7-5 7-5 win over Slovakia’s Andrej Martin on Monday “I think a lot of people will be rooting for Marcus” Broady told the Times “Fingers crossed I’ll break a few hearts “We both know what’s on the other side of the net He’s a very tricky customer who fights very hard “I’m looking forward to the battle but it’s never nice playing a friend and it’s never nice playing another Brit” Broady who beat Canadian Frank Dancevic 6-2 6-3 in the first qualifying round holds a 4-3 head-to-head advantage over Willis in previous meetings For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: September 17 2017 10:27 pm Patna Pirates remain unbeaten at home Related News Patna Pirates remain unbeaten at home but they would feel utterly vanquished at the end of this This is the second time this season that they have capitulated in this manner to Bengal Warriors Patna were leading for all but the last two minutes of the match and it looked like they would make it three wins out of three matches at home That was not to be as Bengal Warriors surged in the last two minutes to draw level with Patna Bengal have shown grit throughout this season and have defied the odds to say the least to draw and win a few matches This was one of them Patna Pirates vs Bengal Warriors: Match highlights Match 83 FTPatna Pirates 3737Bengal Warriors Match TiedScorecardPlay By playMatch StatsPatna PiratesBengal WarriorsStartersTouch PointsBonus PointsRaid PointsTackle PointsPoints9Pardeep Narwal11213013Raids21raids47%Successful raidsSuccessful10Unsuccessful4Empty7Raid SequenceTacklesSuccessful0Unsuccessful012Vishal Mane0001117Sachin Shingade000111Vijay00022Raids1raids0%Successful raidsSuccessful0Unsuccessful0Empty1Raid SequenceTacklesSuccessful2Unsuccessful22Monu Goyat7310111Raids22raids45%Successful raidsSuccessful10Unsuccessful2Empty10Raid SequenceTacklesSuccessful1Unsuccessful011Jawahar Dagar000338Jaideep00000SubstitutesTouch PointsBonus PointsRaid PointsTackle PointsPoints32Zakir Hossain000006Sandeep000004Manish000117Vikas Jaglan000003Vinod Kumar00000 Patna Pirates:Pardeep Narwal Vijay Parveen Birwal Arvind Kumar Mohammad Maghsoudlou Vishal Mane Sachin Shingade Monu Goyat Md Zakir Hossain Jaideep Manish Jawahar Satish Sandeep Virender Singh Vikash Jaglan Vishnu Uthaman Vinod Kumar Bengal Warriors:Jang Kun Lee Ravindra Ramesh Kumavat Sandeep Malik Ameares Mondal Ran Singh PO Surjeet Singh Youngchang Ko Bhupender Singh Shrikant Tewthia Virendra Singh Maninder Singh Deepak Narwal Rahul Kumar Shashank Wankhede Vinod Kumar Vikash Kuldeep Anil Kumar For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsMumbai: Sri Lankan all-rounder Angelo Mathews said that misfiring Delhi Daredevils have the ability to beat formidable Mumbai Indians in their Indian Premier League (IPL) match on Saturday Mumbai chased down a stiff 199-run target against Kings XI Punjab with 27 balls to spare at Indore on Thursday File picture of Angelo Mathews BCCI "Mumbai have been playing extremely good cricket as was the case last night (against KXIP) We certainly can beat them and we have the skill and firepower to do it" said Mathews Last night’s victory was Mumbai’s fifth on the trot in six games and that has placed them at the top of the table On the other hand Delhi are struggling with three loses from five outings "If you look at the last 5-6 games Mumbai have played they have been on a roll home or away It’s a tough ask but we have the firepower to do it It’s just that we need to click" Mathews insisted Sri Lanka’s limited-overs skipper pointed out how the Daredevils who have lost three games including the last two had come close to crossing the finish line "All our games were very close but could not pull it off Next time we should be able to do it if we come close" he said optimistically Even in the previous game against the Sunrisers Hyderabad in Hyderabad Daredevils made a brave effort to overhaul 192- run target but failed and Mathews praised the rival bowlers "If you watch the last game it’s really hard to explain what went wrong Credit should go to Bhuvi (Bhuvneshwar Kumar) and other bowlers They bowled yorkers and did not give us anything to hit" he said Mathews conceded that the team did not have sufficient big names in batting but said Delhi were playing as a unit "We have not got so many superstars in our team but we have got a good set of players who can win games and that’s all matters We have played as a team right though We are on the verge of winning games and I am sure we can pull it off tomorrow" He also said that team had quite a few talented Indian youngsters "When you play competitive cricket and when you score and take wickets against international players it shows you have something in you In our team we have Sanju Samson who is 22 years old Karun Nair Shreyas Iyer Shahbaz (Nadeem) has been bowling well for so many seasons The amount of talent is unbelievable" Mathews said Asked about Mumbai’s death bowling specialist Lasith Malinga giving away more than 50 runs in two successive games the fellow-Lankan said ".Anyone can have a bad day especially in T20 cricket and it’s very difficult to be consistent throughout the long season of 14 games Lasith has proved himself as one of the best bowlers in shorter format He will definitely come back" Mathews wished that more Lankans would turn out in IPL in the future "IPL is very competitive tournament The cream of international players play here Obviously playing competitive cricket is very good but unfortunately not many of us are in IPL and hopefully more will be there in the coming years" he concluded Fatullah: Mighty impressed with Shikhar Dhawan after his blazing 173 in the one-off Test against Bangladesh India skipper Virat Kohli today said that the opener has it in him to replicate the swashbuckling Virender Sehwag at the top Dhawan’s form is crucial for the way Kohli wants his team to play as the capt said post-match AFP "For Shikhar we were always confident that if he gets going in Test matches he can do what Viru paaji (Sehwag) used to do because he is one player who can turn the session around Hopefully he will carry the confidence of this game into other series in future" said Kohli at the end of the fifth and final day’s play Sehwag has not played for India since 2013 when he was dropped from both Test and ODI sides India settled for a draw against an edgy Bangladesh in the rain-marred one-off Test which was interrupted by downpours on all five days But Kohli felt his boys especially the bowlers gave their 100 per cent in whatever opportunity they got "This is the way we want to play cricket Just that we had just two days of proper cricket One good thing to come out is the intensity shown in bowling Everybody bowled with a lot of intent That’s what we wanted to do as a team and we did that so the credit goes to the bowlers who were willingness to do everything despite hot and humid conditions" "There were no excuses and as a captain that was very pleasing" said Kohli Heaping praise on the spin twin — Harbhajan Singh and Ravichandran Ashwin — Kohli said it was exciting to watch the two bowlers perform "Both are quality bowlers Bhajji has got more than 400 wickets and Ashwin has been bowling well for us in last one year Watching them bowl together was exciting as a captain I would like to have players who can win us games and both of them certainly have that ability" he said "I am very happy for Harbhajan he has won so many games for India He is a proven match winner and we know he can win us games at any stage He bowled really well in this game" "Ashwin is priceless We won’t get anybody better than him he understands the game well and as a captain you don’t have tell him much" said the skipper The aggressive batsman re-iterated his liking for six batsmen and five bowlers theory "I am a big fan of playing five bowlers I would always like someone like Ashwin who is averaging 40 with the bat and someone like Harbhajan who is also good with the bat Bowlers should also know a bit of batting" "Basically it is up to the top six (batsmen) to take more responsibility and we are confident of taking that responsibility" The new skipper said his team responded well to his thoughts "When I captained for the first time I was aggressive and wanted to go for the win because that’s how you enjoy the game That’s what helps ensure intensity We have an understanding in the team that no matter what the situation the intensity should be there The credit goes to the team for responding to this thought" With more than 250 overs lost during the entire duration of the match the visitors must have felt unlucky that they didn’t even get three full days of cricket which could have decisively tilted the match in their favour Asked if the scheduling could have been better Kohli said: "You can’t control the weather and I don’t think anybody can plan the schedule according to whether it will rain or not You just schedule the games and carry on if it rains and play whatever the part is available to you" "Being an international sportsperson you always don’t have conditions perfect to play in" Kohli termed Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s absence in the dressing room as a "strange feeling" "It is a strange feeling It is like when Sachin Tendulkar retired we felt pretty strange for the next few games because suddenly we don’t see a very impactful player in the dressing room He has really helped a lot of us youngsters become good international cricketers" he concluded PTI Written by Express 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