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Pardeep Narwal scored a raid point in the 26th minute to give India 23-15 lead. has said he is in favour of bringing goalline technology to Spain but declared last June that it is currently too expensive to implement.years later and thinking, is working on putting up a united candidate. 2016 1:55 pm Blake Shelton and girlfriend Gwen Stefani are very happy to know that their friend Adam Levine is going to be a father. “I kept screaming ‘will I make it?’ like we were in a disaster movie He said ‘yes Lena we will’ Ladies there are still a few heroes we can count on… #ThankYouLaird #paddleforpink #3miles (sic)” she added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: February 1 2016 3:31 pm Tom Cruise’s DJ son Connor says the best thing about turning 21 was that he got to see all his family Related News Tom Cruise’s DJ son Connor says the best thing about turning 21 was that he got to see all his family The DJ is the adopted son of Tom and ex-wife Nicole Kidman and has been celebrating his landmark birthday for nearly a whole month at various destinations around the world reported People magazine “Being with all my friends and seeing all my family” she said With two Hollywood actors as parents Connor had a very privileged upbringing with saw him travel a lot Reminiscing about the holidays they used to take as a family he said “We used to go fishing a lot when I was a little kid The biggest fish I caught was a 250lb tuna in Fiji I was 10 “I was blessed to travel the world as a young kid and now I’m traveling the world working” Connor has begun to set himself apart from his parents thanks to his burgeoning career as a DJ and said he is more than thrilled with his choice of career “I started DJing in my bedroom when I was about 13 Then that escalated and I started doing shows Music it’s where my ead is at … You know music is cool because you can never stop creating You are always doing something new so I’m willing to go wherever the music takes me” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express AppAbout two and a half months after Liverpool dished a pasting to Arsenal at Anfield a documentary film on the Gunners’ biggest exploit at the hallowed ground was handed its official release It was a rather nostalgic take on one of Arsenal’s most famous nights a match worthy of cinematic exposure One wondered whether the film came about merely to commemorate a spectacular occasion witnessed by about 12 million on grainy television screens in the United Kingdom There was little left to recall much to however reminisce Back in the summer of 1989 the first division championship went to the final game This in itself was not exceptional But never since have the two challengers met each other on the last day of the season File image of Mohamed Salah Reuters It was quite literally the final day of competitive football for the campaign Due to the Hillsborough tragedy the Liverpool-Arsenal fixture had to be moved Since there were no other dates available the match was played on a Friday night — a week after the rest of the teams had finished their league commitments Arsenal needed to win the match by two clear goals to lift the title; the Gunners found the second goal after 90 minutes in added time The story has been told and retold But the sheer dint of the occasion ensures the shine remains It perhaps burns brightly in memory now than ever As we reckon with another Friday night meeting between Arsenal and Liverpool — albeit at the Emirates Stadium this time — there is a palpable sense that the summer night of 1989 is lost to the recesses of recollection This season seems rather apt to release the documentary for it is quite possible that both Arsenal and Liverpool will not finish among the top four sides What has gone wrong “Everything” Arsene Wenger said as he tried to explain his side’s humbling 0-4 defeat at the hands of the Reds earlier this season That may hold true for that afternoon alone but despite the odd kindling ember Arsenal do not seem to be headed for major progress Liverpool can boast of having the league’s top scorer Mohamed Salah (14 goals) but the way forward remains hazy at best too Lying fourth the Reds visit a side placed only a spot below; it is probably the best both can achieve Marquee clash you say Meh Yet this fixture has produced some memorable contests in recent history The 4-4 draw in 2009; the two big thrashings coldly delivered by Liverpool in 2014 and this season Anfield arguably has seen more historic developments in matches between these sides but the teams’ season-opener last year at the Emirates was worth its weight in gold A 4-3 thriller in favour of Liverpool exposed familiar issues that remain true for both sides even today Jurgen Klopp’s boys are devastating in the opposition area but can shock themselves with incompetence in their defensive work Arsenal on the other hand flatter to deceive in big clashes while retaining an ability to rise above the morass only momentarily It is testament of the problems which underlie the clubs that nothing seems to have changed in the past 18 months Salah has added another cutting edge to Liverpool but the floundering transfer activity in the summer is a sore point The patchwork could have clicked if Klopp’s defensive coaching was one of his core strengths; one cannot be sure that is the case ever since Borussia Dortmund had its forgettable campaign in his last season with the club Arsenal seem to be trapped in their own vortex of mediocrity Wenger has tried to change things this season seemingly less stubborn in the aftermath of failure But his decision to not pick Alexandre Lacazette and Sead Kolasinac the two big summer signings for the clash at Anfield in August still chafes Despite the humiliating defeat he repeated the non-selection of Lacazette against Manchester City in November It is not that he has stuck to his stand rather there’s the sense that Wenger has an ability to pull out a selection gaffe when the stakes are high A magician who can burn the circus down when the show finds its biggest payday Wenger was widely criticised for playing Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain as a wing-back on that fateful day in August Days later the player was the subject of a transfer move… to Liverpool It was a transfer which documented all that you need to know about the clubs in question right now Arsenal buy a young English talent from a feeder club; he is highly touted in his formative years only to lose his way afterwards Gradually he becomes unsure of his best position Flitting from the bench to limited game time he agitates for a move convinced that he’s meant for something better Along comes another club ostensibly in the search of silverware but lying distant from it Despite the move his personal dilemmas continue… What is his best position How many games will he play Will he be condemned to repeat his past It is a question Oxlade-Chamberlain must ask himself But not just him Arsenal and Liverpool are condemned by the past too Condemned by their glorious histories ostracised out of the trophy-winning elite by recent failures When the sides meet on Friday their distance to the plane which currently hosts runaway leader Manchester City will feel like a few planets away It might be easier to go back in time and reminisce about that exciting summer day of 1989 London:Former World No 1Martina Hingis is not impressed by the current crop of young players whose main focus is on hitting harder rather than developing an all-round game the Swiss veteran said Hingis became world number one in 1997 at the age of 16 and won her first Australian Open Wimbledon and US Open singles titles that year She won 40 singles trophies before her initial retirement at 22 and returned for a year in 2006 making a full return in 2013 File image of Martina Hingis Reuters "The education in tennis terms was better" Hingis told the Times "The age rule was different then now it’s stricter (the WTA limits the number of tournaments a player under 18 can compete in) Today everyone just hits hard harder and hardest "There are a lot of players who don’t really strike me They have a good match or two but I’m like ‘OK is there something more in this player that I could see is going to be a future champion’" The WTA introduced age eligibility rules in the 90s which have since been updated and enforced more strictly to prevent players from burning out and retiring early Youngsters rarely make an impact in the latter stages of big events these days with Latvian Jelena Ostapenko being the exception winning the French Open two days after her 20th birthday and progressing to the fourth round at Wimbledon Ostapenko will face Elina Svitolina in the fourth round on Monday while Hingis who has won 59 doubles titles and partner Chan Yung-jan will face India’s Sania Mirza and Belgian Kirsten Flipkens in the third round of the women’s doubles tournament Written by Raakhi Jagga | Ludhiana | Published: September 18 2012 3:57 am Related News Although campaigning is in full swing for the Panjab University (PU) Senate elections scheduled to be held on September 23the candidates are stressing more on bringing people out to vote The voting percentage in the the previous terms poll held in 2008 was only 15 per cent Dr Mukesh Aroraa candidate from the Teachers constituencysaid? 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