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A headless, career and consequences of the violence and intimidation.75 cr, "It was also very strange that after the Lok Sabha elections, he said, Cilic broke down into tears but was only helped up by the crowd who cheered him on and his resolve to keep going.For a moment it appeared as if we were destined for first retirement in a final since 1911 Cilic then regained his composure and gave tough fight to Federer in-front of 15000 fans in attendance at Centre Court But there was no stopping Federer and soon enough he took the second set and added to Cilic’s confidence breaking mode The second set lasted all of 25 minutes Before the third set Cilic took a medical timeout and had his toe wrapped up and further tightened after it being tight already The third set was more of a contest with both players holding serve despite some tough hitting from the back even as Cilic tried to change tactics with a serve-and-volley approach Federer broke in the seventh game as his opponent crashed yet another groundstroke into the net The end came quickly enough with Federer serving at 5-4 to regain the title he has been most prolific on He missed a match point with a forehand error but closed things out with an ace For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsNew Delhi: Former Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit will be a "key campaigner" of the party for the upcoming Delhi Assembly polls Congress said today amid indications that it will release its first list of candidates tomorrow or the day after "Sheilaji one of the key campaigners for the party She will play an active role in our campaign as a star campaigner" Congress MP PC Chacko told reporters here amid reports that Dikshit had refused to campaign for the partyFormer Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit PTI Sources in the party said the first list of candidates could be out as early as tomorrow and will have names of all eight sitting MLAs of the party besides a dozen who were in the second position Congress had also planned a mega rally in Delhi to kickstart its poll campaign which will take place any day after January 10 when Prime Minister Narendra Modi could address an election rally Congress will go to the polls on the plank of development and stability While the view in Congress is that it may not be in a position to form government it will better its tally from the previous polls "We hit the bottom rock in the last election We have only to improve from there" a party functionary said expressing confidence that Aam Aadmi Party led by Arvind Kejriwal won’t be able to repeat its previous performance Former Delhi Chief Minster Sheila Dikshit who had lost to Kejriwal from New Delhi seat had made it clear that she would not contest Assembly polls this time Earlier there was a speculation that the party may ask some of its former MPs to contest polls but sources in the party say that most of them have not evinced any keenness for it There is speculation that the party may field relatively young former MPs PTI Beijing: India and China on Tuesday held discussions on enhancing cooperation on counter-terrorism as officials from both countries met in their first high-level dialogue in Beijing Representational image AFP "The two sides had in-depth discussions on enhancing cooperation in counter-terrorism security and on measures to jointly deal with security threats and reached important consensus in this regard" said an Indian government official The meeting comes 10 days after a terror attack at an army base in Uri Jammu and Kashmir in which 18 Indian soldiers were killed The meeting was co-chaired by RN Ravi Chairman of the Joint Intelligence Committee and Wang Yongqing Secretary General of the Central Political and Legal Affairs Commission of China The official said the two sides exchanged views on the international and regional security situation They exchanged information on respective policies systems and legislation to deal with terrorism and further enhanced their understanding on issues of major concerns to both sides India has repeatedly raised the issue of terrorism with China In his meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping Prime Minister Narendra Modi told him about terrorists crossing over from Pakistan-administered Kashmir Written by SANTANU CHOWDHURY | Kolkata | Published: March 31 2017 3:01 am Top News A DAY after a Bengali filmmaker accused Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) of delaying certification of his film Shunyota (Emptiness) on demonetisation the regional officer of the body Thursday said that they have only followed the rule by sending it to its chairperson Pahlaj Nihalani for clearance “If there is no consensus among examining committee members the regional officer is rule-bound to forward the film along with the opinion of other members to the chairperson for clearance We have only followed the rule and the subject had nothing to do with the decision as there were differences of opinions among the members regarding certification We are not delaying the certification” Ajoy Mhamia the regional officer of CBFC Kolkata told The Indian Express The four-member committee examined the 1 hour 45 minute movie on March 27 and sent a letter to the producers of the movie the next day informing them about their decision “Since there are differences of opinion among the members of the committee regarding certification the case is being referred as per the Certification rules to the Chairman CBFC for his decision in this regard” read the letter “The committee is authorised to refuse certification to a film However we have not refused it and only forwarded it to the chairperson” Mhamia said On Wednesday director of the movie Suvendu Ghosh accused the CBFC of delaying certification to his film and claimed that the Kolkata office of the body could not give proper reasons as to why the movie was sent to the chairperson The film was scheduled to be released on Friday “What is surprising is that they did not give me any proper reason as to why the movie was sent to the chairperson They only said that they could not decide whether the movie would fall in U or U/A category Moreover they took the decision without discussing the matter with us They should have at least considered the business aspects of the movie as the movie was scheduled to get released this Friday I think the subject of the movie was the reason why they could not take a decision” Ghosh told The Indian Express on Thursday The plot of the movie revolves around a writer named Anirban Roy Chowdhury who is seen releasing his book The book contains three stories which show how people were affected by demonetisation The first story is based on the life of a daily wage-earner in a Ranigunj colliery the second is about a Gangtok-based couple coming to Kolkata for the treatment of their child and the third is about a Kakdwip-based trawler repairer In the movie the writer describes the effects of demonetisation on the lives of the three families The director had made three separate short films out of three stories and merged them together to make the full-length feature film Ghosh had earlier got separate certificates for the first two stories in documentary and short film categories “As I had already got U/A and U certificates for first two short films I decided not to apply for certification for the third story as I thought there would be no issues and merged them together to make a feature film Now I am surprised to see that they were clueless about what to do with the film” he said The director further said that he had produced the earlier certificates of his first two short films but that did little to solve the problem “The regional office members told us that the jury which had given clearance to the short films was different The jury which gives clearance to feature films cannot take the observation of the earlier jury into consideration” the director said Ghosh added that he did not receive any communication either from CBFC chairperson Pahlaj Nihalani or his office “Tomorrow (Friday) I will go to the CBFC’s Kolkata office to get information” he said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Published: October 5 2017 9:55 pm Top News India ‘A’ hockey team did not have an ideal start to its second round of Men’s Australian Hockey League as it lost 2-5 to Victoria in a Pool C match in Perth on Wednesday Goals from Chris Ciriello (18 34 and 49 minutes) James Webster (1 minute) and Aaron Klienschmidt (32 minute) helped the Australians register their first win of Pool C and take three points For India Amit Rohidas (40 and 45 minutes) was the lone player who converted two penalty corners Victoria scored their first goal in the opening minute itself through Webster and then kept the pressure on the visitors in the first quarter to keep their lead intact Second quarter saw Victoria strike early again as Ciriello extended their lead through a well-taken penalty corner in the 18th minute India struggled to make the most of their opportunities as their efforts on goal were kept out by the Victorian defence The third quarter saw attacking play from both the teams and four more goals were scored through penalty corners It was Klienschmidt who scored first in the 32nd minute to make it 3-0 for Victoria Then another penalty corner saw Ciriello score his second of the match two minutes later At 0-4 down Rohidas netted the ball through a well- converted penalty corner to open the scoring for the Indians in the 40th minute The defender converted his second penalty corner of the match in the 45th minute Victoria’s Ciriello completed his hat-trick in the 49th minute when he scored through a penalty stroke India ‘A’ will play Queensland in their next match on Friday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News 2017 4:12 pm Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 7 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