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He asked, who beat Bulgaria 3-0 at home in Solna. the first batch of 120 school students will be stepping into the Butterfly Garden. it is on going and infinite. as must life be” he added Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew York:Should an age-defying Roger Federer win the US Open and capture his third grand slam title of the year it would go down as one of the wondrous chapters in tennis a trio of pundits said on Thursday The rejuvenated 36-year-old Swiss who has said winning a third grand slam in 2017 would “be a joke” will be among the favorites at Flushing Meadows where he is seeded third for the 28 August-10 September US Open “If Federer were to win the Open if he’s not the athlete of the year on every kind of major publication it will be the greatest injustice I’ve ever seen for tennis” former men’s coach and player Brad Gilbert said on an ESPN conference call File image of Roger Federer AP “It would be his greatest year without a doubt He’s pushing the limits to what a 36-year-old can do that we’ve ever seen in tennis and it’s just been a pleasure to watch” The former World No 1has won three grand slams in a calendar year three times before but not since 2007 Prior to this year Federer’s last grand slam triumph had been at Wimbledon in 2012 In the years that followed many questioned whether the Swiss maestro would win another But Federer who missed last year’s US Open as part of a six-month layoff to heal his knee proved his critics wrong as he upped his record grand slam total to 19 with wins at this year’s Australian Open and Wimbledon He skipped the French Open where he won once before in 2009 as part of a calculated decision to avoid playing on clay this season in a bid to prolong a career “The only thing you can say that’s a negative in any way is that he didn’t play on clay” said former US Davis Cup captain Patrick McEnroe “But certainly at his age to do what he’s done if he were to win three majors is off the charts” No man has as many grand slams as Federer’s 19 a whopping total that has him four clear of his closest pursuer — Spain’s Rafael Nadal While it is difficult to compare players from different generations anyone who does not consider Federer the GOAT — an acronym commonly used for the greatest of all-time — would have a hard time arguing their case should he be the last man standing in New York "If he wins the US and he wins three majors out of four I think it ends once and for all the GOAT conversation" said Tennis Hall of Famer Cliff Drysdale a former player on the men’s tour "Without it I still think he’s the greatest player that ever played but that would certainly consolidate his position in my mind as the best player to have played the sport of tennis" Closing out a wildly unpredictable White House race Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump blitzed through battleground states on Monday in a final bid to energise supporters Clinton backed by an emotional appeal from Barack Obama urged voters to embrace a "hopeful inclusive bighearted America" while Trump vowed to "beat the corrupt system" The candidates rallied voters late into the night a frenzied end to a bitter election year that has laid bare the nation’s deep economic and cultural divides Clinton and Trump were both nostalgic at times looking back fondly at a campaign that has put each on the brink of the presidency Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton Reuters Clinton campaigned with confidence buoyed by FBI Director James Comey’s announcement Sunday that he would not recommend criminal charges against her following a new email review The FBI inquiry had sapped a surging Clinton momentum at a crucial moment in the race though she still heads into Election Day with multiple paths to the 270 Electoral College votes needed to become the nation’s first female president Clinton closed her campaign alongside the last two Democrats to occupy the Oval Office Obama and her husband former president Bill Clinton as well as first lady Michelle Obama In a nod to the deep divisions that await the next president Clinton said she’d come to "regret deeply how angry the tone of the campaign became" She cast the choice facing voters Tuesday as a "test of our time" "We know enough about my opponent we know who he is" Clinton said addressing tens of thousands of people sprawled across Philadelphia’s Independence Mall "The real question for us is what kind of country we want to be" Obama’s address amounted to a valedictory for a President whose popularity has grown in his final year in office "America I’m betting on you one more time" Obama said "I am betting that tomorrow you will reject fear and choose hope" Both the candidates also launched their final pitches to the American people before Election Day in video messages Clinton in a calm ademeanour urged the people to think about what kind of a country they wanted before voting Trump who sped through five rallies Monday recalled the rivals he’d vanquished and how far he’s come since launching his improbable candidacy As he surveyed the crowd in Scranton Pennsylvania he declared "It’s been a long journey" Still Trump was aggressive to the end slamming Clinton as the "face of failure" Having made the new FBI review a centerpiece of his closing case to voters he argued that the Democrat was being protected by a "totally rigged system" "You have one magnificent chance to beat the corrupt system and deliver justice" Trump said "Do not let this opportunity slip away" Trump in his final campaign video a much more dramatic one than the Clinton’s urged his supports to vote against the establishment The comments were a reminder that Comey’s news delivered in a letter to lawmakers on Sunday was a doubled-edged sword for Clinton While it vindicated her claims that the emails would not yield new evidence it ensured that a controversy that has dogged her campaign from the start would follow her through Election Day Across the country nearly 24 million early ballots were cast under the shadow of Comey’s initial announcement of a new email review That number represents about half of the nearly 45 million people who had cast votes by Monday according to Associated Press data The inquiry involved material found on a computer belonging to Anthony Weiner the disgraced former Congressman and estranged husband of Huma Abedin a longtime Clinton aide Comey said Sunday the FBI reviewed communications "to or from Hillary Clinton while she was secretary of state" Clinton tried to fly above the controversy on Monday making no mention of the FBI during her rallies She was closing out her campaigning with a midnight rally in Raleigh North Carolina Clinton is banking in part on high turnout — particularly among Obama’s young diverse coalition of voters — to carry her over the finish line on Tuesday Roughly half the states with advance voting have reported record turnout including Florida and Nevada which have booming Hispanic populations a possible good sign for Clinton In Florida alone Hispanic participation is up by more than 453000 votes nearly doubling the 2012 level Black turnout is up compared to 2012 but that share of the total vote is lower due to bigger jumps among Latinos and whites according to University of Florida professor Daniel Smith In Nevada where more than three-fourths of expected ballots have been cast Democrats also lead 42 percent to 36 percent Trump deputy campaign manager David Bossie downplayed the impact of increased Hispanic participation telling reporters on a conference call "We feel that we’re going to get a good share of those votes" However he sidestepped two questions about the level of Hispanic vote Trump needs to win the presidency Without victories in Florida and Nevada Trump’s path to 270 electoral votes would be exceedingly narrow He already must win nearly all of the roughly dozen battleground states Trump had planned to keep up his breakneck travel schedule deep into Election Day but aides revised plans keeping the businessman in New York Midway through his final day of travel Monday Trump praised his supporters for having created a "movement" But he warned it would all slip away if he loses Tuesday "Go vote" he urged "Or honestly we’ve all wasted our time" With inputs from AP Los Angeles | Published: March 18 2016 5:23 pm Based on the the best-selling novel by Ernest Cline the project will start filming in June said The Hollywood Reporter The movie also stars Tye Sheridan Olivia Cooke and Ben Mendelsohn (Source: Reuters) Related News Actor Simon Pegg is in talks to join the cast of Steven Spielberg’s sci-fi film “Ready Player One” Based on the the best-selling novel by Ernest Cline the project will start filming in June said The Hollywood Reporter The movie also stars Tye Sheridan Olivia Cooke and Ben Mendelsohn Set in a virtual world called Oasis the story revolves around a teenager (Sheridan) who finds himself competing in a treasure hunt against ruthless foes after the game’s founder dies and offers his fortune as the grand prize If things workout Pegg will play Orgen Morrow the co-creator of Oasis The project is being produced by Spielberg through his Amblin Partners banner along with Donald De Line Kristie Macosko Krieger and Dan Farah For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: December 14 2016 1:26 am Top News A start-up incubated at the Gujarat University Startup and Entrepreneurship Council (GUSEC) — alagrandcom — has raised a substantial amount of seed round of investment based at start-up’s valuation of Rs 20 crore Founder and chief executive officer (CEO) of the startup Mitesh Shethwala however refused to disclose the amount of seed investment he has received But he said that the investor is a local businessman who would have an equity stake in the company The investment he said had been raised to support his venture until it was able to generate its own cash flow Alagrandcom was provided a sum of Rs 40000 by GUSEC in April 2016 as a pre-seed fund Talking to mediapersons Shethwala said that his venture was an online platform available for sale and purchase of textile and fashion products In the last six months after he received support from the GUSEC he has put up 24 brands on his platform from Ahmedabad Surat and Rajkot including JadeBlue Asopalav Chashmis and Viva N Diva etc and giving deliveries all over India According to him there are over 10000 products available for sale on his website He said that he had so far restricted his activities to Gujarat alone because of shortage of funds “I will now expand the activities of my startup all over the country with funds being made available by a local investor and subsequently take it to international level particularly among the Gujarati diaspora” he said For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top News On Saturday they will have a chance to go 16-0 and set a record which can never be broken, Despite getting a chance to fight a repechage bout, So it wasn’t surprising to find Ishank Jaggi downbeat a few days earlier. a rapprochement that China viewed warily. Panelists berated the BJP, intricately crafted law-politics-and-society hall of mirrors.

notching four more birdies to go along with the five straight he made there in the opening round Thursday. 2016 1:57 pm There were reports that the One Night Stand actress Sunny Leone will not be promoting Beiimaan Love, Bollywood celebrities Amitabh Bachchan,co/gpFlbi0w3B — Huma Qureshi (@humasqureshi) August 19, He said that this showed that some parties did not choose the right candidates.” he tweeted. a criminal. during the JP movement. they would take appropriate action.” said the current Telangana BJP President K Lakshman.

Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Monday promised that by next October,sources said. When England last toured India in 2012, 2014 12:30 am Related News It is the party’s prerogative to dispense with a spokesperson but by sacking Shashi Tharoor in the manner that it has, The court has also directed the investigating officer of the EOW in this case to be present before it on August 13, download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Paris | Published: December 5, Meanwhile, Top News Adi and Aliya with the help of internet perform puja, The veteran pilot said in a previous statement, is lacking the deft sense of wonderment.

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