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The 47-year-old Prayadwho led by two overnightwent out with a flawless 31 at the Alpine Golf Resort-Chiangmai before shooting three more birdies against two bogeys to put some daylight between him and the chasing pack with a 18-under-par 198 total Thongchaia three-time Asian Tour number onebattled to a 69 for tied second place but conceded he needed a miracle to topple the runaway leader for a winwhich he needs to break into the world’s top-50 and earn a place at the Masters Tournament in two weeks’ time Four-time Major champion Ernie Els of South Africa fired his lowest round of the season with a 66 to move up to tied 15th placeeight shots behind the leader In-form Prayadwho has won three times at home this year including his National Open a fortnight agois chasing his seventh Asian Tour title but his first in nearly six years on the region’s premier Tourwhich is celebrating its milestone 10th season this year For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: April 27 2016 3:20 pm Director Kabir Khan who was heckled today by shoe brandishing Pakistani protestors at Karachi airport has asked media to ignore the protestors Related News Director Kabir Khan who was heckled today by shoe brandishing Pakistani protestors at Karachi airport has asked media to ignore the protestors Terming them as screaming lunatics Kabir Khan tweeted “To media on both sides: 12 screaming lunatics with mobile phone cameras is not news Please don’t give them the attention they want Ignore” To media on both sides: 12 screaming lunatics with a mobile phone camera is not news Please don’t give them the attention they want Ignore — Kabir Khan (@kabirkhankk) April 27 2016 In a video on Pakistan website Dawncom Kabir Khan is seen facing vociferous protests from a dozen of Pakistani people who raised loud slogans against the Bollywood director for making films which they felt bashed Pakistan Shame on you’ shouted the protestors as Kabir Khan silently made his way into the airport precincts At one point Kabir can be heard speaking to one the protestors but to no avail As Kabir made his way towards the airport departure entrance a man brandished his shoe in front of the director’s face while shouting slogans The protests died down once Kabir safely walked inside the airport Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: AFP | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 21 2016 10:22 am Mo Farah the Somali-born Londoner again produced a superb tactical race on Saturday to outfox his rivals and take gold in 13min 330sec (Source: Reuters) Top News Britain’s Mo Farah completed a historic Olympic distance double double with victory in the 5000m Saturday as American runner Matt Centrowitz scored an upset win to claim the 1500m gold Farah became the first man since Finnish great Lasse Viren in 1976 to retain two Olympic distance titles after storming to victory a week after defending his 10000m crown at Rio’s Olympic Stadium The 33-year-old Somali-born Londoner again produced a superb tactical race on Saturday to outfox his rivals and take gold in 13min 330sec “Oh my God I can’t believe it” said Farah “My legs were tired after the 10000m and people had to bring me food in my room “This is the most satisfying win of the four it is incredible If you have dreams they can come true and I always wanted to achieve these for my kids because for so much of the year you don’t see them You want to show them something or rather the reason for the absences” Centrowitz produced the biggest upset on the final night of track competition beating defending champion Taoufik Makhloufi of Algeria into second place to win gold in 3min 5000sec Centrowitz became the first American man in more than a century to win the event which has been shared exclusively between African runners since 1996 The last American to win the Olympics 1500m was Mel Sheppard in the 1908 London Games “There’s nothing like it It doesn’t compare to anything else I’ve won in my life” said Centrowitz “Doing my victory lap I literally kept screaming to everyone I know ‘Are you kidding me’” New Zealand’s Nicholas Willis took the bronze medal in 3:5024 Centrowitz’s win was one of three golds won by the United States who also took the 4x400m relays Golden finish for Felix US track golden girl Allyson Felix led home her team in the women’s 4x400m crossing the line in 3min 1906sec to claim a record sixth gold medal The United States extended a stunning winning streak They have not lost the event since 1992 Felix who 24 hours earlier helped the USA win 4x100m relay gold has now won more track gold medals than any other woman athlete in history “I can look back at the things I’ve accomplished and be really proud” Felix said “It was a good night” In the men’s 4x400m former Olympic 400m champion LaShwan Merritt led the US team home in 2:5730 with Jamaica finishing in silver and defending champion the Bahamas bronze in 2:5849 South Africa’s Caster Semenya completed a convincing victory in the 800m to win her first Olympic gold in 1:5528 Francine Niyonsaba of Burundi took silver in 1:5649 with Kenya’s Margaret Wambui claiming bronze in 1:5689 Semenya has been at the centre of a raging controversy because of her naturally occurring condition hyperandrogenism which causes elevated testosterone levels She has dominated the event since a sports court last year judged that an International International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) regulation limiting competitive testosterone levels was unlawful Shortly before Saturday’s final IAAF chief Sebastian Coe said the world body would seek to revisit the question with the Court of Arbitration for Sport Semenya would not be drawn on the controversy “We’re not here to talk about the IAAF” she said “We’re not here to talk about speculations “We’re here to talk about the 800m that we ran today” The other big winner Saturday was Spain’s veteran high jumper Ruth Beitia who scored the biggest win of her 20-year career with a gold The 37-year-old became the oldest woman to win an Olympic jumping event after clearing 197m Beitia won on countback from Mirela Demireva of Bulgaria and Blanka Vlasic of Croatia The javelin was won by Germany’s Thomas Rohler with a 9030m throw Kenya’s reigning world champion Julius Yego won silver with 8824m while defending Olympic champion Keshorn Walcott of Trinidad and Tobago claimed bronze with 8583m For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWashington: Even as the Trump administration is cosying up to the Chinese the US will need India to counter Beijing’s growing influence in the world a top American think-tank has said Representational image CNN News 18 Describing India as a "key piece in the jigsaw" for the US the Atlantic Council urged the Trump administration to prioritise its ties with New Delhi "Given the advancements that China has made both economically and militarily the US will need to channel considerable resources to assert its global and regional primacy" Atlantic Council a top American think-tank said in a policy paper ‘Transforming India from a Balancing to Leading Power’ released ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit "To accomplish this India remains a key piece in the jigsaw for the US President (Donald) Trump will need to assure India that it is not merely a regional prop to balance Beijing’s power in theregion but a top priority for US foreign policy under the Trump administration" said the policy paper authored jointly by the former Union Minister Manish Tewari and Bharat Gopalaswamy director of the South Asia Center of the Atlantic Council "While Trump has favoured rapprochement with Beijing so far there will need to be more initiative and effort from Washington to ensure that India-US relations continue to strengthen The Asia-Pacific Stability Initiative proposed by Senator John McCain could be one effective way to signal the United States’ intent towards India" it said The proposed USD 75 billion funding if approved could be a starting point for further India-US engagement in the years to come they wrote Noting that during his campaign Trump indicated that strengthening US-India ties would be a top priority for his administration the two authors said Trump went on to woo India by openly vilifying China on a host of issues not limited to the South China Sea "However since he was sworn into office Trump has displayed an unprecedented degree of warmth in his attitude towards China leaving Indian observers puzzled" it said "In his first few months in office President Trump has demonstrated that Asia continues to be a major focus of US foreign policy" the policy paper said "His administration has addressed a multitude of issues related to China and the Korean Peninsula in a short time frame reiterating US interests in the region That being said a more pressing concern is whether President Trump will work to enhance the stature of the Indo-American relationship in the same vein as his predecessors" Tewari and Gopalaswamy said Written by Pritha Chatterjee | New Delhi | Published: October 25 2012 12:37 am Related News The backlog of patients for tests in the positron emission tomography (PET) scan machine of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) increased substantially after the facility was down for repairs for two weeks recently AIIMS has only one PET scan machinecatering to thousands of patients Though it was repaired on Tuesdaypatients were given dates for next year for their tests PET scan is a high-end nuclear imaging technology that gives a 3D image of internal organsdetecting anomalies faster and more accurately than common CT scans that can detect only structural problems The scan has a range of uses primarily for cancer patients and those suffering from heart and neurological ailments Sources in the AIIMS nuclear medicine department said there was a technical fault in the machines ability to break down the radio isotopewhich is injected into a patient before the scan Radio isotopes are high-energy molecules that break down in the body and release positronswhich are picked up by the machine They help us track how the body processes biological molecules and identify problems in the metabolic system If the isotope-breakdown process is affectedwe cannot carry out scans?000 civilians may still be trapped in IS-held areas, She also discussed the proper implementation of welfare schemes of central government, In June.

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