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In fact, it’s been a while since a visiting team scored 300 plus on the first day of a tour.it can be used to identify the poor provided this theoretical self-selection works real-time during its implementation. “My family and I are deeply touched by the outpouring of love and support from so many people who have touched our lives during these past few days.is critically important. ?? — Sunil Grover (@WhoSunilGrover) August 14 2017 Comedian-actor Sunil Grover also gave his best wishes for Sunidhi’s birthday and called her “sunder singer” “Happy happy birthday to the Sunder Singer @SunidhiChauhan5 ??” he said Sunidhi Chauhan heartily thanked her fans and peers for their birthday wishes with a short video message which she posted between her recording sessions and also announced that she will be going live today Sunidhi’s father in an exclusive chat with indianexpresscom revealed that the singer was five months pregnant and hence was keeping her public appearances low For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: August 17 2017 9:41 pm Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo will be fighting for the Best FIFA Men’s Player Related News Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi will again be duelling for the title of world’s best footballer after their names once again headed the shortlist on Thursday for The Best FIFA Men’s Player The pair who have dominated the global award in its varied forms for a decade will be favourites to collect yet another accolade amid the 24-strong list of the world’s best Ronaldo enjoyed another remarkable season in which he inspired Real Madrid to a La Liga/Champions League double while Messi topped him in the Spanish goalscoring charts for Barcelona while going past a career landmark of 500 goals for the club Carli Lloyd the US World Cup winner and two-time Olympic champion was the inaugural winner and again makes the list of 10 in contention to be “Best FIFA” woman player Zinedine Zidane who guided Real Madrid’s landmark season with seven of their players in the men’s shortlist is recognised in his nomination as best men’s coach The awards are a revival of the old FIFA World Player of the Year which had been combined with France Football magazine’s Ballon d’Or for six years before the collaboration ended last year Ronaldo won the inugural “best” trophy They are voted for by national coaches and captains selected media and fans with the winners to be announced at a ceremony in London on October 23 The shortlists: The best men’s player: Pierre Aubameyang (Gabon Borussia Dortmund) Leonardo Bonucci (Italy AC Milan) Gianluigi Buffon (Italy Juventus) Daniel Carvajal (Spain Real Madrid) Paulo Dybala (Argentina Juventus) Antoine Griezmann (France Atletico Madrid) Eden Hazard (Belgium Chelsea) Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Sweden Manchester United) Andres Iniesta (Spain Barcelona) Harry Kane (England Tottenham Hotspur) N’Golo Kante (France Chelsea) Toni Kroos (Germany Real Madrid) Robert Lewandowski (Poland Bayern Munich) Marcelo (Brazil Real Madrid) Lionel Messi (Argentina Barcelona) Luka Modric (Croatia Real Madrid) Keylor Navas (Costa Rica Real Madrid) Manuel Neuer (Germany Bayern Munich) Neymar (Brazil Paris St Germain) Sergio Ramos (Spain Real Madrid) Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal Real Madrid) Alexis Sanchez (Chile Arsenal) Luis Suarez (Uruguay Barcelona) Arturo Vidal (Chile Bayern Munich) The best women’s player: Lucy Bronze (England Manchester City) Deyna Castellanos (Venezuela Santa Clarita Blue Heat) Pernille Harder (Denmark Wolfsburg) Sam Kerr (Australia Sky Blue) Carli Lloyd (USA Houston Dash/Manchester City) Dzsenifer Marozsan (Germany Lyon) Lieke Martens (Netherlands Barcelona) Vivianne Miedema (Netherlands Bayern Munich) Wendie Renard (France Lyon) Jodie Taylor (England Arsenal) The best men’s coach: Massimiliano Allegri (Italy coach of Juventus) Carlo Ancelotti (Italy Bayern Munich) Antonio Conte (Italy Chelsea) Luis Enrique (Spain Barcelona) Pep Guardiola (Spain Manchester City) Leonardo Jardim (Portugal Monaco) Joachim Loew (Germany German national team) Jose Mourinho (Portugal Manchester United) Mauricio Pochettino (Argentina Tottenham Hotspur) Diego Simeone (Argentina Atletico Madrid) Tite (Brazil Brazilian national team) Zinedine Zidane (France Real Madrid) The best women’s coach: Olivier Echouafni (France French national team) Emma Hayes (England Chelsea) Ralf Kellermann (Germany Wolfsburg) Xavi Llorens (Spain Barcelona) Nils Nielsen (Denmark Danish national team) Florence Omagbemi (Nigeria Nigerian national team) Gerard Precheur (France Lyon) Dominik Thalhammer (Austria Austrian national team) Sarina Wiegman (Netherlands Netherlands national team) Hwang Yong-Bong (North Korea North Korean national and under-20 teams) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Garima Mishra | Pune | Published: August 14 2017 5:43 am Pankaj Pawar of Parvati Typing Institute has 20 typewriters lying at his home At his institute the typewriters have been replaced by computers Express Photo Top News THE last manual typewriting exam in the state was held on Saturday but the typing institutes that adapted to the changing times swiftly and on time are not complaining Twenty years ago Pankaj Pawar had opened Parvati Typing Institute near Yerwada that offered a course in typewriting For many years there was no dearth of students However early 2000 onwards the effects of the computer age started becoming conspicuous on his business — the number of students enrolling for the course fell drastically with each passing year and he suffered losses Things changed for the better when he replaced typewriters with computers a few years ago “Even when typewriter was in demand we used to get 70-75 students for the six-month course But ever since we have introduced computer typing course the students have increased by 50 per cent Currently I have 130 students There was just one student who recently wanted to appear for the manual typing exam on the typewriter Instead of asking him to come to attend the class I gave him a typewriter to practise” says Pawar Pawar’s institute is one of the 135 typing institutes in Pune which replaced typewriters with computers after the 2013 Government Resolution by the Department of School Education and Sports that stated “Typewriting machines are outdated manufacturers have shut shop and there are no spare parts available in market We need computer-trained individuals for government offices as we adapt to e-governance” Prakash Karale member of Maharashtra State Council of Examination (MSCE) Pune and president of Maharashtra Rajya Tanklekhan Laghulekhan Shasanmanya Sansthanchi Sanghatana (MSCEIA) said the association had been demanding to close the manual typing and replace it with computers since 2007 He said that nearly 3500 typing institutes in Maharashtara ran courses in typewriting for many years but in the past few years the government offices stopped using typewriters and the production of typewriters also stopped “Finally in 2011 the then education minister Rajendra Darda told us to get ready for computers In the following year we prepared a syllabus for computer typing course and gave it to the education department The GR came into effect in October 2013 In the next one-and-a-half years all the typewriting institutes were given recognition to carry out computer typing course which is vast and covers a range of topics” Karale said that the number of students appearing for the computer typing exam have increased by almost 30 to 50 per cent every year This year he said nearly two lakh students across the state are expected to appear for the exam Prashant Niranjan Yavatkar owner of Sadhana Typing Institute in Hadapsar said “I introduced computer typing course last year and have got a good response as compared to the typewriting course in its last stage Now I have altogether 40 students The decision was the need of the hour and it’s important to move with the times The shift has been smooth and also financially fruitful The good thing is that we are not running in losses” While the fee for a six-month typewriting course was around Rs 3000-3500 the same for a six-month computer course is Rs 4700 Although the typing institutes have hailed the change their love for the typewriters haven’t changed one bit Pawar has 20 typewriters lying on the loft of his house but he’s not ready to part with them “These have been the source of my livelihood for many years I can’t discard them” he said Yavatkar said “I have kept them safely” adding that if comes across someone who genuinely needs them he can pass them on” Till that happens he is happy keeping them with himself For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top News” it said. 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Total: ? Tandon is 42,25 am: BJP supporters flash victory signs in Delhi. Top leaders including former Delhi Congress chief Arvinder Lovely quit the party days before the polls. the 24th-seeded del Potro actually edged ahead with the match’s first break, “Candidates are yet to explain in detail their plans for the constituency, Dortmund is no slouch either,Homeland Secretary Janet Napolitano.