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as she described how she works out vigorously every morning and walks 8 km on the trade mill.strong character,” Robson,who made his Test debut at Lord’s against Sri Lanka lastmonth said “He was with us at Trent Bridge all week and he bowledreally well in the nets there and I’ve toured with him in SriLanka with the (second-string England) Lions in February andMarch and he bowled well there “Depending on what happens if he plays I have got nodoubt that he will do well” he added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Associated Press | Melbourne | Updated: January 27 2015 3:01 pm Venus Williams jumps with joy as she takes down Agnieszka Radwanska to reach Aus Open quarters (Source: Reuters) Related News The Williams sisters are back in the quarterfinals of a Grand Slam and neither one is there just to watch Venus Williams continued her impressive career resurgence at the Australian Open with a 6-3 2-6 6-1 win over sixth-seeded Agnieszka Radwanska on Monday night reaching the last eight at a major for the first time since the 2010 US Open Younger sister Serena Williams was supporting her and cheering for her from the stands at Rod Laver Arena just hours after she had to dig deep for a 2-6 6-3 6-2 comeback win over Garbine Muguruza on the same court The sisters haven’t both advanced this far at a major since Serena won Wimbledon in 2010 their careers seemingly veering off at opposite trajectories Serena has won five Grand Slam titles in the interim lifting her tally to 18 while seven-time major winner Venus has labored for years since being diagnosed in 2011 with Sjogren’s syndrome which causes fatigue and inflammation She’d only been beyond the third round once at a Grand Slam event since the start of 2011 and many thought she’d never return to the last eight Even so she’s not getting too excited four wins into a tournament “I guess from the outside looking in I guess it could look like that” the seven-time major winner said “But for me I’m just really focused and poised right now I feel like I’ve been here before so it’s not like I’m jumping up and down for joy ‘Oh shoot what is this I’ve never done this’ Yes I’ve done this This is what I’m always going into each tournament thinking I want to do Now is my moment and I want to keep this moment going” The 34-year-old Venus next face Madison Keys a 19-year-old American who was inspired to play tennis by watching the Williams sisters Serena was motivated by a Grand Slam loss that stung her more than any last year in her match against No 24-seeded Muguruza who had conceded only four games to her in a second-round upset at the 2014 French Open “She made me play a lot better” Serena Williams said “I had to play the best match of the tournament or else I was going to be out” The five-time Australian Open winner next faces Dominika Cibulkova who reproduced the kind of tennis that took her to the final here last year as she beat two-time champion Victoria Azarenka 6-2 3-6 6-3 Keys advanced to her first Grand Slam quarterfinal with a 6-2 6-4 win over good friend and fellow American Madison Brengle “It’s a huge opportunity for me I’m going to make the most of it” she said “I want Io be at the end of the tournament holding the trophy up That’s my goal in the long run” Serena had difficulty breathing at times Monday and coughed throughout the match later saying she’d been sick for a couple of days There were times when she defended times when she attacked and times when she got lucky like when Muguruza made a mess of an easy volley on breakpoint That special something But when she needed to assert some authority she found something special like her ace ace ace service winner sequence to close the second set and her crucial hold at the start of the third set when she saved six break points in an almost 13-minute game “When I got down I was thinking ‘What can I do now” she said “Whatever happens I thought I’ve won this five times” She’ll need every bit of confidence against the 161-metre (5-foot-3) Cibulkova who pounded 44 winners and broke former No 1-ranked Azarenka’s serve seven times The No 10-ranked Cibulkova lost the final here last year to the now-retired Li Na and is back in that kind of form Stan Novak sail through Top-ranked Novak Djokovic had a 6-4 7-5 7-5 win over Gilles Muller to reach the quarterfinals at a 23rd consecutive major Next up he faces No 8 Milos Raonic who moved into the last eight in Australia for the first time with a 6-4 4-6 6-3 6-7 (7) 6-3 win over No 12 Feliciano Lopez Defending champion Stan Wawrinka beat Guillermo Garcia-Lopez 7-6 (2) 6-4 4-6 7-6 (8) and will next take on US Open finalist Kei Nishikori Spurred on by hundreds of flag-waving Japanese supporters at Rod Laver Arena No 5-ranked Nishikori had little trouble in a 6-3 6-3 6-3 win over No 9 David Ferrer who reached the French Open final and Australian Open semis in 2013 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ifrah Mufti | Chandigarh | Published: June 29 2015 3:40 am A large number of people including fellow artists friends who played golf with him and his students who had come from different parts of the region attended the funeral rites (Source: Express photo) Related News City-based painter designer and sculptor Shiv Singh who died at the age of 77 on June 27 was cremated with honours at the Sector 25 crematorium here on Sunday A large number of people including fellow artists friends who played golf with him and his students who had come from different parts of the region attended the funeral rites “He was the one who would read our minds by our face expressions He was one of the well-groomed teachers and since he had that little beard we called him Humayun” said M D S Sandhu to whom Singh had taught crafts in upper primary class Share This Article Related Article “The best part was that he maintained himself so well that he used to look the same as he was in his 60s He was the most lovable and humble teacher we had and this is the reason we all classmates are here He had taught us at Sainik School Kapurthala when we were only 10-year-olds The bonding was such that we used to meet him often” said Colonel Ravinder Singh Another student Parvinder Takkar said that Shiv Singh was out of the world “He never confined us to any particular material during the arts class; he would leave it to us to decide if we wish to use clay wood paper or wool to create something interesting That is how he used to build our interest especially among the boys who are not much into arts and crafts” Recalling the old days Neelam Man Singh a theatre artiste said “I was closely associated with Shiv Singh I am a witness to his journey into arts I liked his colours and the visuals he used to create He had got into a controversy over his own painting involving the animal and female form But I personally believe that it was brilliantly done it was fluid depicted the free mind of an artist but then we cannot escape the censorship laws” Diwan Manna artist and chairperson of Lalit Kala Academy said that Shiv Singh was an inalienable part of the city “His presence was felt and now his absence will also be felt He has left remarkable work for our entire fraternity as he had always tried to use a different idiom for his art” Manna added Manmohan Khanna chairman of the Indian Institute of Architecture and Interior Designing said that Shiv Singh would always guide him before he would initiate some new project These days Khanna is promoting Shiv Singh’s book on artwork across the architecture colleges Kamal Tiwari chairman of Sangeet Natak Academy recalled how Shiv Singh had brought awakening to the field of arts and culture being the modern artist himself Jodh Singh former president of Punjab Lalit Kala Academy and friend of Shiv Singh since the college days during 1960-63 said “We shared very close bonding and used to fight like siblings over different opinions He was in sculpture and I was in fine arts Still we would take each other’s help in our work” On why Shiv Singh used to wear black clothes Jodh Singh said that Shiv had got an opportunity to visit Germany on a scholarship where he found a majority of people wearing black colour and he got inspired “Secondly he used to say that if he kept wearing different colours every day people would forget him but black colour would become his identity and people would always remember him” he added The friends who played golf with Shiv Singh for over 10 years were also there “We used to admire him for his jolly nature and the way he would dress up every day with two flowers in his cap When anyone of us would hit a shot he would run along the ball and would stand in front of the hole” said J S Kesar “We used to bet that whosoever hit Shiv he would get Rs 500 but it never happened” For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News advocate Ravi Kamal Gupta, had refused to cooperate and, According to one story, untouchable. Satish Kumar (+91kg) will fight it out against Hyok Ri? Jitu is having a dream year. Limkheda (Dahod).

which some critics accuse of being a front for the rebels, It was the first campaign since the International Court of Justice (ICJ) said in March that Japan’s annual expedition to the Southern Ocean was a commercial activity masquerading as research. which takes place in spring and autumn in coastal waters and in the northwestern Pacific is also classified as “research whaling”.

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