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(Source: AP) Related News ‘Mad Men’ actor Jon Hamm and actress Jennifer Westfeldt have announced their split after 18 years of togetherness.the timing of the instrument is not. has been played up front on the left, He said social media manipulation by terror networks and foreign governments is "one of the greatest challenges to American democracy" and national security. Klopp gave starts to teenagers Trent Alexander-Arnold and Ovie Ejaria as the Reds boss selected a team featuring eight changes.Anything to save the trade, he smiles For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Chennai | Published: January 6 2017 5:47 pm Marin Cilic is currently world number six in tennis rankings (Source: PTI) Top News Terming the surprise loss against little known Jozef Kovalik as “small stumble” Marin Cilic says he is ready to challenge the ‘Big Four’ in the 2017 season since he has taken a “huge step forward” with new coach Jonas Bjorkman on the motivational front World number six Cilic suffered a shock defeat against the little-known Slovakian ranked outside top-100 who entered the season-opening Chennai Open via qualifiers 28-year-old Croat savoured success in the 2016 season as he beat Novak Djokovic in the Paris quarterfinals and also captured Cincinnati Masters with win over reigning world-number-one Andy Murray Talking about the positive influence the Swede has on his game in the first six months of joining his team Cilic said the motivational level has not dropped since Bjorkman started working with him in August 2016 “There are parts in my game that I felt clicked right away when we started to talk about certain things about improvements in my game Also motivational part was a big step forward for me in a way to have more positive energy while coming for the matches Motivation was at high level matches after matches overall in my game I am constantly playing at good level That is helping me to be more aggressive on the courts” Cilic said in an exclusive interview with PTI Asked to elaborate on that Cilic chose to keep the talks between him and Bjorkman as secret “Obviously I am not willing to share those” Asked if he feels confident enough to take on the BigFour — Djokovic Murray Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal — at the Grand Slam level he said “I hope so” “You never know what the year is going to bring but looking at this upcoming season I am feeling quite good This loss is a small stumble but I believe I have the capabilities to be in top-5 for sure it’s definitely going to be a challenge I am ready for it” Cilic who rose to career-best rank of six last season said he had very a fruitful time with previous coach and fellow Croatian Goran Ivanisevic who taught him how to be aggressive “Working with Goran was successful Goran had quite big influence on me to change my mentality and focus on my game He changed my serve I started to get aggressive and that is what I needed in my career I had great result in 2014 which showed I am capable of winning those big tournaments” he said referring to his maiden Grand Slam trophy at the US Open Cilic also spoke about the similarities between the 2014 season when he won four titles including three ATP250 and a successful 2016 “In both these years I was playing quite consistently and on a good level in big tournaments In 2016 I had more results consistently at the higher level and 2014 I played really well in the second part of the year That consistent play was my big focus in this second part of 2016 to keep the mentality strong fresh and motivated for the matches “These seasons are very long you are at different places week after week The motivational part is key for success” he said In a recent analysis it was revealed that in the last two seasons Cilic was up 40-0 460 times and he won them all In 2016 when he was up 40-15 out of 324 he won 323 and even when he was 15-0 up his winning percentage was 92 Asked to react to this stat and his heavy reliance on serves Cilic said: “Quite interesting statistics Well done For sure I am relying a lot on my serve In the match against Kovalik also my second serve percentage was 36 and usually during the year I am 50 on second serve returns that already shows that on that part of the game I was not doing well “That is one of the key parts of my game that I serve well Return games I guess cost me the match” Asked if being 6’6″ feet tall makes it difficult to pick low balls and half volleys Cilic replied in the negative “The good part of my game and my physically abilities is that I am a naturally good mover Even though I am quite tall may be I am above three-four guys of my height as a great mover I am not comparing myself with Novak or Andy Murray They are a bit shorter than me “In certain situations I am trying to adapt Kovalik was also hitting flat low balls I had to adjust and be prepared for any kind of a game That’s why tennis is such a great game that not only a big server is going to succeed or hitting big will win you the games but variety in the game” he said “I am training on everything In gym I work out quite strong because of that good training I am feeling quite strong and flexible on the courts” In 2016 Cilic lost three big matches including the fourth rubber of the Davis Cup final against Argentina’s Juan Martin Del Potro when he was up by two sets to love but eventually lost the tie Cilic said he approaches difficult losses from his own perspective which is very positive “Some people approach desperately negatively It was a tough loss for me too it was opportunity for us to win I know I gave whatever I had I know that I had won seven matches in a row before that and being in final and part of those great stories is extremely a positive experience I don’t want to put negative part and put myself in big hole just because of that loss “I know that I played well I lost to a player who played amazing match That was just unfortunate to come at times” he concluded For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Liz Mathew | New Delhi | Updated: December 25 2015 11:26 pm Kerala House restaurant was packed for lunch Wednesday (Source: Express photo by Tashi Tobgyal) Related News “The doctor has strictly told me not to eat beef But today I want to eat… just to make a point to assert my right as an individual” C M Sunny a Delhi Malayali told the manager of Samridhi restaurant in Kerala House Wednesday when he bought a Rs 100 coupon for a meal including buffalo meat curry Sunny was among scores of Keralites who queued up at the restaurant as buffalo meat made it back to the menu following disruption for a day after the Delhi Police entered the state guest house premises Monday on an alert by a right-wing fringe group that the restaurant sold “beef” (cow meat) Many including non-Malayalis turned up amid increased security to show they are protective of their right to eat what they want Watch Video: The Big Beef Debate- Kerala And Its Meat The first serving of buffalo meat dishes sold out in 45 minutes and kitchen staff prepared them again (Express photo by Tashi Tobgyal) Radha Narayana Nair who came from Gurgaon; Rajeev who works in the Navy; Amal a doctor who is on a visit to New Delhi; and Ashima Sabbarwal said politics over beef or any food item was unacceptable “Why should anyone interfere in what we eat It’s the individual’s choice” said one of them and the others agreed People took “selfie with beef” and posted them on social media “The incidents of rape of small girls do not become a topic for these politicians to take up” said Radha Sabbarwal said “People should stand up if they want the country to go in the direction where we have right to eat freely live freely” CPI(M) Rajya Sabha member Ritabrata Banerjee too had food at the restaurant “I am not supposed to eat red meat but I had it today to express my protest” said Banerjee who came along with CPI(M) politburo member M A Baby party leader Nilotpal Basu and SFI president V Sivadasan The buffalo meat dishes fried and curry were sold out in 45 minutes The kitchen staff cooked them again “Seeti sun rahe hain na” a serving staff was heard telling a customer whose face fell when he heard the beef curry was over The restaurant management committee probably knew protests over the police visit and media coverage would draw more people for lunch While the canteen orders 15 kg buffalo meat daily 7 to 8 kg for lunch and rest for dinner an extra 5 kg was ordered Wednesday “The controversy has become a good advertisement for us We would not get this much publicity even if the state government spends Rs 1 crore” said a staff With the November local elections in Kerala becoming a litmus test for the ruling Congress-led UDF CPI(M)-led LDF and the BJP which is eager to establish itself as an alternative the “beef issue” has political hues too Chief Minister Oommen Chandy wrote to the Prime Minister and the Home Minister seeking protection for the state house According to sources the home ministry will submit a report to the PMO on the police “raid” so that a proper reply can be sent to Chandy BJP leaders were swift in distancing from those who “tried to create a scene” in Kerala House For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Updated: January 8 2016 6:27 am Related News THE NATIONAL Green Tribunal (NGT) has issued a notice to the Chandigarh Administration for January 14 on a petition filed by the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) Pawan Kumar vice-president of Chandigarh chapter of CAIT prayed before the tribunal to issue necessary modification/clarification of the order dated December 4 passed by the tribunal so that the common man did not face any inconvenience He said on the basis of the order the administration had banned all kinds of plastic material Harish Garg national secretary and president of the Chandigarh chapter of CAIT said that the notice had given a new ray of hope for the traders He said they appreciated the concern shown by the tribunal about the polluted air quality and the dumping of garbage in Chandigarh However he added that the said directions somehow infringe upon the constitutional right enshrined in the Constitution of India of various classes of person/s who are totally dependent or related to the business/ trade Garg said the order had caused a major disruption in the daily business activity in Chandigarh and would render lakhs of people jobless besides affecting certain classes of persons which include not only traders but their employees and other persons dependent on their trade and their respective families A bench headed by NGT chairperson Justice Swatanter Kumar in its order on December 4 had stated: “Any person who is found to be storing purchasing dealing with or distributing such plastic items shall be liable to pay environmental compensation at the rate of Rs 5000 per event” After the order the administration swung into action by launching a sustained drive against the use of plastic The traders however have been alleging that plastic bags meant for packing of goods which is not covered under the ban are illegally seized by the enforcement wing For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: September 11 2015 3:03 am The government will continue giving some works on contractual basis but the government should have ownership of water and its distribution said Arvind Kejriwal Related News Privatisation of water supply would lead to corruption and that’s why the AAP government was opposed to such a step said Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday “We are opposed to the privatisation of water supply which leads to cronyism and corruption” he said during a water policy workshop at the Secretariat The chief minister said that water like education and health was “a lifeline necessity” “The time has come to decide the work of the government and the private sector The government has responsibilities like education water and health which it cannot run away from I am not saying that the government will not award any work to contractors The government will continue giving some works on contractual basis but the government should have ownership of water and its distribution” said Kejriwal With increasing population and little cooperation from neighbouring states like Haryana Delhi had to be self-reliant in the supply of water said Kejriwal “Rainwater harvesting needs to be promoted on a large-scale with the creation of a proper incentive and disincentive structure There is no water plan without the rejuvenation of Yamuna combined with the reuse and beautification of Baolis (stepwells) A plan to recycle water and manage needs to be properly crafted” he said Cabinet minister and Delhi Jal Board Chairman Kapil Mishra said “We need better people-oriented planning as opposed to goal-oriented planning The new water policy will have proper demand-side planning supply side management water audit of organisation and distribution proper water accounting and incentivisation to use water-efficient devices and reduction in usage of water” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsEverything 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