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leaders clashed verbally on Thursday as a resolution to their dispute over the presence of Israeli teams in the West Bank stalled again at the FIFA Congress. ??John Terry gets set for his debut today… Watch the game LIVE on YouTube here http://s.tco/Llv2jeJ7er pictwittercom/byGEuhAGQt — Aston Villa FC (@AVFCOfficial) 15 July 2017 Star highlight of the club the former England captain was seen signing autographs for fans before entering the stadium and warming up for the game This was Aston Villa’s third game of the pre-season following wins against AFC Telford United and Kidderminster Harriers Terry has previously led Chelsea to multiple trophies including the Champions League and five Premier League titles The Blues also ended their last season on the top of the table but lost the FA Cup final against Arsenal 2-1 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Anand Mohan J | New Delhi | Published: August 9 2017 1:36 am Arvind’s brother decided to take him under his wing hoping he would mend his ways but he never did (Representational Image) Related News Arvind had always been the “problem child” in the family He took to drugs after his father’s death and was notorious for harassing the women of the village he hails from in Azamgarh UP family members The Indian Express spoke to said His brother decided to take him under his wing hoping he would mend his ways But he never did Every time Arvind would pick a fight or steal his brother would resolve the issue “He could never stop stealing and was addicted to it He used to drink bhaang smoke ganja and get into fights But Arvind’s brother my husband told me to give him all the love he needs as that was the only way he would mend his ways” said the 25-year-old woman who was allegedly attacked by Arvind Last week the couple shelled out Rs 8000 from their meagre savings for Arvind’s treatment when he fell sick “Arvind would steal from family members but his brother took the blame as he did not want Arvind to be branded a thief” said the woman’s brother But the woman’s act of kindness was misinterpreted by Arvind who started trying to force himself on her on numerous occasions “He used to ask me to go to the local cinema or eat out with him I kept telling him not to misunderstand my feelings for him A few days ago he forced himself on me and I fought him off I told my husband about it and he got enraged and beat up Arvind” she said Arvind returned on Sunday morning when his brother was out for work and the woman was alone with her daughter “My child kept crying I could not make sense of anything as I started losing blood My only worry was the safety of my daughter” she said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by MANOJ MORE | Pune | Published: April 5 2017 7:45 am The company bungalow in HA Colony (Rajesh Stephen) Top News At a time when over a 1000 employees of Hindustan Antibiotics Ltd Pimpri a sick PSU are struggling to get their salaries and dues in crores the company board of directors — nominated by the Union Ministry of Fertilisers and Chemicals — has approved a “costly” accommodation for its managing director Nirja Saraj A local lawyer has filed a complaint with the Prime Minister’s Office on the issue saying it is a waste of precious funds while the PSU is fighting for survival The lawyer Sagar Charan said while a company-owned bungalow is available at a rent of Rs 500 per month the MD has been allotted a row house with a whopping rent of Rs 65000 per month in the posh Wakad area The company has also paid a deposit of Rs 4 lakh to the owner and a brokerage charge of Rs 45000 to the property agent said Charan Currently the MD is staying at the company guest house which has eight rooms a separate catering facility and a garden It is located opposite the company bungalow in HA Colony said the lawyer Charan said the company bungalow meant exclusively for managing directors is located a stone’s throw from the HA plant He alleged that the company has spent nearly Rs 4 lakh in refurbishing the row house and said he had filed a complaint with the Prime Minister’s Office about it In the minutes of a meeting of the board of director — a copy of which is with The Indian Express — held in February it was stated”Approval for providing leased accommodation to Ms Nirja Saraf managing director…When the item was taken up for discussion Ms Nirja Saraj MD was not present The board deliberated on the proposal for providing the leased accommodation to Nirja Saraf managing director and approved the same The board members expressed their displeasure that the personnel department could not provide accommodation to MD for more than 4/5 months The board apologised to the MD for not providing accommodation for so long…the board directed that the personnel dept should make available accommodation to the MD at the earliest…” HA personnel manager Bhushan Rao refused to comment on the matter M K Bhardwaj deputy secretary to the Government of India ministry of chemicals and fertilisers said the board has approved the accommodation for the MD When queried on the issue MD Saraf said “Both the company guest house and the bungalow were in a shabby condition… they required lakhs of rupees for renovation That’s why the board approved a rented accommodation” She said the administration had arranged for the row house and she was not aware of the rent amount Sunil Pataskar general secretary of the HA Mazdoor Sangh said they would comment on the complaint only after they get the complete details “Recently employees started receiving salaries that have been pending for 28 months… also our dues worth Rs 45 crore are pending with the central government” he said Pataskar said they are worried about the note sent by the government regarding “strategic sale” of the company “We have sought details about it from the MD…” he said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: July 21 2017 2:46 am Residents walk through a flooded underpass at Bandra Reclamation after a heavy downpour on Thursday Karan Saraf Top News As rain lashed parts of the city on Thursday low visibility triggered heavy gridlocks In other parts there were other woes: the ongoing pothole repairs led to massive jams A rail fracture on the Central Railway delayed trains during the rush hour in the morning According to the Mumbai police traffic control room traffic crawled in various parts of the city due to poor visibility Pothole repair work at Jogeshwari-Vikhroli Link Road (JVLR) slowed down vehicular movement on the stretch Such conditions the traffic control room said are expected to last during the monsoon Mumbaikars reached out to the Mumbai Traffic Control on their Twitter handle to complain about the sluggish traffic at various locations in the city Taking to social media commuters pointed out heavy congestion at JVLR and LBS Marg Other areas that witnessed traffic snarls were New Link RoadS V Road Tulsi Pipe Road and the Western Express Highway Tree felling incidents were reported at 12 different locations according to the BMC’s disaster management department One incident was reported on K C Road in Bandra Reclamation where 40-year-old Sajida Sheikh was injured after a tree fell on her She was later admitted to Bhabha Hospital As many as six local train services were cancelled and at least 25 delayed after a rail fracture was reported between Kasara and Umbermali railway stations on the Central Railway (CR) Thursday morning Trains on the main line were delayed later in the day According to CR officials the fracture was reported at 830 am and repaired by 915 am “The fracture was 17-inches long We did repair the same in as little time as possible Traffic was affected for some time” a senior CR official said Officials added two long-distance trains on the up line towards Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT)were held up Services on the main line and harbour line were affected during the later part of the day “I have been planning to take a train to CSMT around 8 am since the past two days which never happens The trains always remain behind schedule Corrections are required to improve punctuality” Anita Agarwal a commuter who takes a train from Dadar station said After receiving heavy rainfall through the week the weather department forecast said the city may receive similar rainfall for three more days “The city will receive isolated heavy rainfall in the coming three days” said K S Hosalikar deputy director general western region India Meteorological Department (IMD) He further predicted that northern Maharashtra and northern Gujarat areas will also receive heavy rainfall “Northern Gujarat and Maharashtra will receive heavy rainfall this week” he said Warning issued to fishermen of the Maharashtra coast continues and they have been advised not to venture out into the sea till Thursday noon According to the IMD Santacruz observatory recorded 239 mm rainfall while the one at Colaba recorded 9 mm rainfall on Thursday 11 of a family injured Eleven person were injured as a slab of a ground-plus-one house in a chawl in Dharavi collapsed on early Thursday morning According to BMC officials the incident occurred due to heavy rains through the week The injured were taken to Lokmanya Tilak Municipal General Hospital at Sion “All eleven persons are from the same family We had sent our officials to the spot and found that the structure was not illegal or unsafe” said BMC Assistant Commissioner of G North ward Ramakant Biradar He added: “There are around 7000 such ground-plus-one structures in Dharavi These are not illegal The slab might have collapsed following continuous heavy rain The injured are recuperating at Sion hospital and will be discharged soon” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsJohannesburg: Midfielders Sofiane Feghouli of Algeria and Hakim Ziyech of Morocco and striker Basem Morsy of Egypt are among notable absentees from the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations squads All failed to find favour as coaches put the final touches to squads for the tournament which starts on 14 January with a match between hosts Gabon and debutants Guinea-Bissau File photo of Gabon captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Reuters AFP Sport reports on the 16 contenders as the Ivory Coast prepare to defend a title they won in Equatorial Guinea two years ago by edging Ghana in a penalty shootout GROUP A Gabon The host nation were first to name a final 23-man squad which will be captained by reigning African Footballer of the Year and prolific Borussia Dortmund scorer Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Burkina Faso Veteran midfielder Charles Kabore skippers a country that has called up the Traore brothers — older Alain plays in Turkey and fellow midfielder Bertrand in the Netherlands for former European champions Ajax Amsterdam Cameroon Liverpool defender Joel Matip is among six players in the 35-man provisional squad who want to skip the Cup of Nations and concentrate on their club careers Another inclusion Maxime Poundje hopes to represent his country of birth rather than the homeland of his parents Guinea-Bissau Portugal-based striker Cicero Semedo will miss the tournament after undergoing surgery on a leg stress fracture The 30-year-old scored the late goal that gave the minnows a crucial qualifying victory in Kenya GROUP B Algeria Sofiane Feghouli of West Ham United was a shock omission from a final squad that includes fellow winger Riyad Mahrez of Leicester City the favourite to be named 2016 African Footballer of the Year Thursday in Abuja Senegal Napoli centre-back Kalidou Koulibaly West Ham midfielder Cheikhou Kouyate and Liverpool striker Sadio Mane form the ‘spine’ of a team seeking to bring the most prized African football trophy to Dakar for the first time Tunisia Qatar-based midfielder Youssef Msakni staked a strong claim to be retained when coach Henryk Kasperczak names his final squad by scoring a hat-trick in a 3-3 warm-up draw against Catalonia in Spain Zimbabwe Belgium-based Knowledge Musona and fellow attacker Khama Billiat who plays for African champions Mamelodi Sundowns of South Africa are among those carrying the hopes of a country seeking to reach the knockout stage for the first time GROUP C Democratic Republic of Congo Coach Florent Ibenge has suffered several blows with a knee injury ruling out Everon winger Yannick Bolasie and local stars sidelined because the government has postponed the start of the new season fearing political tensions could spill over into stadiums Ivory Coast The defending champions have had mixed luck ahead of the title defence An injury has sidelined veteran attacker Gervinho but Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha opted for his country of birth after two friendly outings with England Morocco Midfielder Younes Belhanda from French league leaders Nice may make it to Gabon after being ruled out of consideration several weeks ago due to a broken toe A surprise exclusion from the 26-man preliminary squad was Ajax Amsterdam midfielder Hakim Ziyech Togo Clubless former African Footballer of the Year Emmanuel Adebayor will captain a team he has often shunned in the past due to disputes with coaches and officials Another Togolese without a club is goalkeeper Kossi Agassa GROUP D Egypt Striker Basem Morsy whose goals helped Zamalek reach the 2016 CAF Champions League final was a notable absentee from a preliminary squad that includes 43-year-old goalkeeper and captain Essam El Hadary Ghana Juventus midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah has reportedly asked under-pressure Ghana coach Avram Grant to leave him out of the Gabon-bound squad so that he can fully recover from a serious knee injury Mali Spain-born Middlesbrough winger Adama Traore has turned down a chance to play for the country of his parents Brothers Sambou and Moustapha Yatabare have been picked as has Bakary Sako despite playing only 87 minutes for Crystal Palace this season Uganda Goalkeeper Denis Onyango one of three finalists for the 2016 Africa-based Footballer of the Year award at a ceremony in Abuja Thursday is the star of a squad that includes Ugandans playing in Iceland the United States Lebanon and Vietnam Zhuhai: Germany’s Julia Goerges stormed to victory at the WTA Elite Trophy on Sunday hammering No 2 seed CoCo Vandeweghe in the final to claim her second title of the year The 29-year-old made an unexpected comeback in the first set to take down the fiery Vandeweghe 7-5 6-1 in Zhuhai China as fellow German and tennis legend Steffi Graf watched from the stands Julia Goerges had earlier won the Kremlin Cup Image courtesy: Twitter @WTAEliteTrophy With the title Goerges is set to end the season with a career-high ranking of World No 14 She joins other Elite Trophy winners Petra Kvitova and Venus Williams Vandeweghe started off strong in the first set — easily breaking Goerges in the second game and holding serve in the next to give her a 3-0 lead But Goerges clung on finally breaking serve in the ninth game and setting herself up for a fantastic comeback A fuming Vandeweghe shouted and threw her racquet on the ground in frustration before finally losing the set 7-5 Goerges went on to dominate in the second to win seven games in a row as Vandeweghe seemed to lose focus The German claimed the match with a third break of serve in the second set Goerges had enjoyed a smooth road to the final seeing off Slovakia’s No 1 Magdalena Rybarikova top seed Kristina Mladenovic and Latvia’s Anastasija Sevastova — also in straight sets But it wasn’t all bad news for Vandeweghe who by reaching the final had already overtaken France’s Mladenovic to secure her place in the world top 10 — her final goal of the year Written by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: April 22 2013 3:52 am Related News A coordination committeeappointed by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI)has picked about 100 food joint owners and their employees in nine food markets of Ahmedabad to train them in preparing and serving food to their clients in a safe and hygienic way They were imparted training at the New West Zone office of the municipal corporation here and given two weeks time to show improvement Commissioner of Food and Drug Control Administration Dr H G Koshiya on Sunday said the vendors from the markets included the ones from VastrapurKankariaAkhbarnagarKhokhraManek Chowk and Law Garden among others Our teams had visited these markets before calling them for the training and observed and photographed their way of operations We imparted them training as per our programme and gave them complimentary kits of hand glovesaprons and caps? well, These candidates, You want to create riots amongst Hindu and Muslims. we find that important sections like farmers,there were conviction 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