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Sources said Kishan is a peculiar criminal,11-6, 11-914-12 Womens singles (Semifinals): Shweta Parte bt Shruti Borker 11-711-811-612-10; Charvi Kawle bt Mrunmayee Mhatre 11-310-1211-88-1111-5 11-6 Youth boys singles (Semifinals): Nishaad Shah bt Rhys Albuquerque 8-1111-711-111-915-13; Ravindra Kotian bt Harsh Maniar 10-129-115-1111-511-111-511-3 Youth girls singles (semifinals): Shweta Parte bt Dyuti Patk 11-511-411-811-9; Charvi Kawle bt Ashlesha Trehan 10-1211-811-911-911-3 Jr girls singles (semifinals): Dyuti Patki bt Manasi Chiplunkar 11-811-611-59-1112-10; Ashlesha Trehan bt Payal Bohra 11-511-511-111-6 Jr boys singles (semifinals): Ravindra Kotiyan bt Bhavitavya Shah 11-712-1412-1011-58-115-1111-711-311-9; Nishaad Shah bt Shaurya Pednekar 11-85-1111-711-311-9 Sub-jr girls singles (Semifinals): Payal Bohra bt Dyuti Patki 13-116-117-1111-415-1315-13; Manasi Chiplunkar bt Srushti Haleangadi 15-176-1111-1312-1012-1011-911-9 Sub-jr boys singles (semifinals): Shubham Ambre bt Shaurya Pednekar 11-211-711-811-4; Rutwik Pednekar bt Mandar Hardikar 11-911-811-57-1111-7 Cadet boys singles (Final): Chinmay Somaiya bt Yajat Thanawala 11-611-45-1111-3 Cadet girls singles (Final): Aditi Sinha bt Neeha Gupta 11-511-612-10 Midget boys singles (Final): Yohan Mehta bt Arnav Karnavar 11-511-611-3 For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsUN signals not responsible for controlling Yemen’s main airport | Reuters World Reuters Aug 12 2017 02:17:22 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Aug 12 2017 02:17 AM | Updated Date: Aug 12 2017 02:17 AM Tags : #Reuters Also See London: Roger Federer says he "can’t wait" to get back on court in Australia after an inspired David Goffin destroyed his chance to finish a golden season with a flourish at the ATP Finals The Swiss world number two went into his semi-final on Saturday as the overwhelming favourite to ease past the Belgian on his way to a record seventh title at the season finale in London Federer had never lost to his opponent in six matches and the contest appeared to be going to script when the Swiss easily won the first set before a rejuvenated Goffin turned the tide to take the match 2-6 6-3 6-4 Roger Federer salutes the fans as he leaves the court after losing against David Goffin Reuters "I’s been an amazing year for me" said a disappointed Federer who said he had not found his best form in London "Been so happy that I was playing at this level from the beginning till basically the end till today So it’s been great "Really enjoyed myself in the process I felt I was playing in a way that I also like playing forward playing attacking tennis I wish I could have done that a little bit more today It’s kind of disappointing to finish on this note "But whatever happened today is less important than if I look at the entire season With that season I’m extremely happy" Federer astonished the tennis world by winning the Australian Open in his first tournament back after a six-month injury layoff beating his long-time rival Rafael Nadal in a gripping five-set final He followed that up with a record eighth Wimbledon crown winning a Tour-leading seven titles in all and losing just five matches in the whole of 2017 "I’m just looking forward to some time off now away from the match court away from the pressure then hopefully play well in Australia" said the 36-year-old "I can’t wait to play there again I had the best time of my life this year so can’t wait to go back there" Clean bill of health Federer reported a clean bill of health saying he had no problem with the knee injury that cut short his 2016 campaign and that he had recovered from a back problem that flared up in Montreal earlier in the season "So I’m actually very relieved that I was able to finish strong now in Shanghai Laver Cup Basel now here again as well It shows that things are in the past now" the 19-time Grand Slam champion added "It’s good to know that I can bounce back and get my confidence back Other than that I didn’t have many problems. So considering how last year went this year was perfect" Federer was quizzed about the chances of the other members of the "Big Four" next year with Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray both missing from the ATP Finals and Nadal forced to pull out after his first round-robin match at the London’s O2 Arena "You’ve always got to expect a slow process" he said "Then if it goes fast that’s great Look we all had to take time off I didn’t choose to take the time off last year You make me look like a genius sometimes "You take time off you come back you’re good again That’s not how it goes I think if we could have played we all would have played" He said he expected the likes of Grand Slam winners Djokovic Murray and Stan Wawrinka to be competing at the sharp end of tournaments again but warned that the old guard would face a tough challenge from a thrusting set of younger players "You mix them together with the new guys from the World Tour Finals here who have just come off a great year obviously are confident want to stay in the top 10 want to make the World Tour Finals again "They are sort of weaving their way in ‘Not so fast guys we also want to make it’ You have the young guys coming through I think it could be a very cool start to the year which I’m really looking forward to" US Senator McCain to vote against Obamacare repeal: statement | Reuters World Reuters Sep 23 2017 01:02:44 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Sep 23 2017 01:02 AM | Updated Date: Sep 23 2017 01:02 AM Tags : New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will seek to repair India’s drifting partnership with Russia when he meets President Vladimir Putin this week amid wariness over Moscow’s renewed interest in New Delhi’s backyard analysts say File image of PM Narendra Modi Reuters The two leaders will look to stem a decline in trade between the once robust economic partners and resolve tensions over their shifting global alliances when they meet on Thursday ahead of a summit in Saint Petersburg The two countries enjoyed a 70-year alliance forged during the Cold War when the Soviet Union was India’s largest trading partner diplomatically and main arms supplier providing everything from tanks to aircraft But the relationship became unmoored following the collapse of the USSR as India underwent an economic transformation and increasingly sought to build trade ties with Western nations That process has accelerated in recent years as New Delhi has orbited closer to Washington and Russia has fostered relationships with India’s chief regional rivals Pakistan and China analysts say Russia remains an important partner for India but "the basis for the relationship is however very weak" said Dhruva Jaishankar foreign policy fellow with Brookings India "People-to-people exchanges are limited young Indians are less likely to study Russian and even areas like energy and information technology where the two countries have comparative advantages are underdeveloped" he said The two leaders are expected to discuss a framework agreement for Moscow to supply more reactors to a nuclear plant in southern India as the country seeks to reduce its reliance on highly polluting coal Russia has supplied two reactors to the plant under a long-delayed agreement and has been pushing to supply more A revival of two-way trade which slumped to below $8 billion in 2015 despite an ambitious bilateral target of achieving $30 billion by 2030 will be a key priority during Modi’s visit Pivot to Pakistan New Delhi which is the world’s top arms buyer once relied on Moscow for its military hardware but has increasingly turned to the United States France and Israel to update its Soviet-era defence equipment in recent years Furthermore Modi is now seeking to manufacture military hardware locally asking foreign firms to work with domestic contractors under his "Make in India" campaign in a bid to reduce reliance on costly imports Although Russia is close to finalising a deal to build Kamov military helicopters in India its recent pivot towards Pakistan has not gone unnoticed in New Delhi Moscow lifted its embargo on arms supplies to India’s arch rival in 2014 according to Russia’s ITAR-TASS news agency and was holding talks on supplying Islamabad with combat helicopters Moscow also rattled India recently with its decision to support the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor a project opposed by New Delhi because it runs through the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir The last few years have seen "a parting of the ways on many big issues in particular on Afghanistan" where Moscow is seeking to broker a peace deal with Taliban insurgents Jaishankar said Moscow — which fought a disastrous military campaign in Afghanistan during the Soviet era — has been increasingly flexing its muscles on the world stage hosting a regional conference earlier this year that was aimed at facilitating peace talks between the Taliban and Kabul India has been a key supporter of Kabul’s government and has poured more than $2 billion into the country since the former Taliban regime — which was allied with Pakistan — was toppled in 2001 But while New Delhi has traditionally taken a dim view of attempts to negotiate a peace settlement with the Taliban it does not see Russia’s renewed role in Afghanistan as hostile said Brahma Chellaney from the New Delhi-based Centre for Policy Research "India appreciates that Russia is re-entering Afghanistan as an important player and in doing so not directly working against India’s interest" he told AFP Modi’s four-nation tour of Europe will also include stops in Germany and Spain to drum up foreign investment and a face-to-face with newly-elected President Emmanuel Macron in France New Delhi:?

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