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2015 4:05 am Related News The Mohali police, It follows the same pattern but in the new film foes become allies and family members split. Among the prominent candidates in the fray in each of the four constituencies are as follows: Rajmahal: Hemlal Murmu is the BJP candidate, this is the first time that they have come together to perform compositions set specifically in raga Malhaar, Devaki Pandit’s soothing voice never fails to cast a spell. seven-time major champion John McEnroe expressed rather sexist views on Sunday when he ranked her greatness as ‘No.the problems of the society is the subject matter,221 were declared pass.GSSS- Saketri and GSSS- Bhareli.the others are mere representatives, says Sunali Garg of University Institute of Legal Studies For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: September 4 2010 12:28 am Related News Mukesh Kumar fired a steady one over 73 to take top honours on the final day of the PGTI Players Championship presented by Chandigarh Golf Club as none of the other major contenders were able to launch a serious challenge for the title in round four The professional from Mhow finished the week with a tournament total of eight under 280 Gaurav Pratap Singh of Noida shot a 72 to finish joint second along with Chandigarh’s Harendra Gupta at seven under 281 Gupta returned a 73 on Friday Play was suspended for one hour and fifteen minutes in the morning due to the heavy downpour Mukesh Kumar’s (70-67-70-73) win on Friday earned him the winner’s cheque worth Rs 404125 He thus climbed from second spot to first position in the Rolex Rankings (Order of Merit) Shamim Khan is now placed second in the Rolex Rankings This was also the 45-year-old’s third win of the 2010 season and his 11th hole on the Aircel PGTI Mukeshthe overnight joint leaderstarted with a bogey on the first but pulled it back with an excellent five-iron tee shot on the third that landed a few inches from the pin and led to a birdie He seemed to be sailing to an easy win after he made birdie-birdie-bogey on the seventheighth and ninth It was at this stage that the other contenders Vinod Kumar and Harendra Gupta had slipped down the leaderboard after dropping a few strokes Gaurav Pratap Singhon the other handwas still three strokes behind the leader Gaurav’s birdie on the 13th hole was followed by Mukesh’s birdie on the 15th hole which kept the leader three strokes ahead and almost sealed the title for him HoweverMukesh made bogeys on the last three holes due to some poor putting to finally win by a solitary stroke Fortunately for himGaurav also bogeyed the 17th hole and was therefore not in a position to force a playoff “I started poorly with a bogey on the opening hole and then played it safe to maintain my lead The three birdies on the front nine were crucial as VinodHarendra and Gaurav were struggling to raise their game at that stage and did not look as if they would catch up with m” said Mukesh “I hit an amazing five-iron second shot on the 15th that landed two feet from the hole and set up an easy birdie that almost sealed it for me But some ordinary putting on the last stretch led to three consecutive bogeys from the 16th through the 18th Neverthelessthe others also fared poorly with the putter and therefore I managed to close it out at the end” added Mukesh Gaurav Pratap Singh (68-71-70-72) made two birdies against two bogeys in his final round to post a well-deserved tied second finish along with Harendra Gupta (69-69-70-73) Gupta made two birdies and three bogeys on Friday Harmeet Kahlon of Chandigarh was placed tied seventh with an overall score of two under 286 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AFP | Jerusalem | Published: April 16 2017 8:07 pm Christian pilgrims light candles during the Easter Sunday procession at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre traditionally believed by many Christians to be the site of the crucifixion and burial of Jesus Christ in Jerusalem (Source: AP) Top News Thousands of Christians marked Jesus’s resurrection on Easter Sunday at the Jerusalem site where they believe the miracle occurred with some prostrating themselves over his tomb and leaving in tears Visitors and worshippers filed through the Church of the Holy Sepulchre built on the site where tradition says Jesus was crucified buried and resurrected It was the first Easter since the unveiling in March of renovations to the ornate 19th-century shrine covering Jesus’s tomb following a USD 37-million project that restored its stones to their original reddish-yellow and reinforced the heavily visited site This year’s holiday also fell on the same date for both Western and Eastern Christians an irregular occurrence since they follow different calendars Masses were staggered throughout the day for the various denominations that co-exist often uneasily in the church in Jerusalem’s Old City As mass was underway visits continued with pilgrims rubbing clothing veils and even pictures on mobile phones against the shrine over the tomb and the stone where Jesus’s body was anointed after his crucifixion Visits underground to the tomb itself were however off limits during masses “It’s beautiful” Michael Hanna 64 a Coptic Christian originally from Egypt but who has lived in Australia since 1980 said of his visit “You can’t imagine the feeling touching the places where Jesus touched I can’t describe the feeling” the postal worker said Hanna also lamented the fate of Coptic Christians in Egypt where two Islamic State group suicide bombers struck two churches on April 9 killing 45 people in the worst attack on Copts in recent memory Archbishop Pierbattista Pizzaballa apostolic administrator of the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem entered through the church’s heavy wooden doors to lead mass stopping to kneel before the stone where Jesus’s body was anointed then splashing holy water on the crowds Tin Nguyen a 24-year-old from Vietnam working as an intern at an agricultural centre in southern Israel recorded the mass with a mobile phone and a selfie stick for friends back home since they may never have a chance to visit “The spirit here and the way people come here and gather together in (Jesus’s) name” he said “It’s soulful and peaceful” Wajeeh Nusseibeh 67 a member of one of the two Muslim families who traditionally hold the key and guard the church said this year there seemed to be fewer people visiting than in the past He blamed tough economic times and conflict with Middle Eastern Christians under threat in countries such as Iraq and Syria For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Washington | Published: July 11 2017 1:37 pm While the effort is nationwide the group is focusing its resources in particular on several key states: Ohio Pennsylvania Michigan Wisconsin Arizona and Nevada (Representational image) Related News The Human Rights Campaign one of the nation’s leading gay rights groups is launching a $26 million political organizing effort ahead of next year’s midterm elections While the effort is nationwide the group is focusing its resources in particular on several key states: Ohio Pennsylvania Michigan Wisconsin Arizona and Nevada All six states are expected to have competitive Senate races next fall and each is a presidential battleground HRC president Chad Griffin said the effort which will include hiring at least 20 additional political staffers aims to go “beyond resistance” drawing from the phrase used by opponents of President Donald Trump’s administration He said the group will focus on fighting legislation curbing gay rights and backing “pro-equality candidates and initiatives” “Resistance is really important all of the marches and the rallies that’s all important” Griffin said “But it’s also important to not only sustain that but to take that to the next level” HRC’s announcement comes as Democrats and liberal organization grapple with how to rebound from devastating defeats across the country in November Despite Trump’s sluggish approval ratings Democrats have failed to pull out victories in several special elections this year and the party faces a difficult electoral map in 2018 with many competitive Senate races in Republican-leaning states Griffin said the Human Rights Campaign is drawing in part on its efforts last year in North Carolina where Democrat Roy Cooper defeated incumbent Republican Gov Pat McCrory who signed the controversial “bathroom bill” law The measure required transgender people to use restrooms corresponding to the sex on their birth certificates in many public buildings but was rolled back as part of a compromise plan signed by Cooper after he took office HRC spent more than $3 million in North Carolina ahead of last year’s election “There weren’t a lot of bright spots for our community in the last election but North Carolina was a milestone” Griffin said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News

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