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Dressed in a white suit,com/2HFc7wqAnt — Zareen Khan (@zareen_khan) April 4, his seventh pro boxing fight,inNew Delhi on Saturday It is the Indian boxer’s toughest so far and a win in will help him enter the top-15 of the World Boxing Organization (WBO) ranking If he wins Vijender will lift his first title of his professional career — WBO Asia Pacific super middleweight belt In his 12 years as a professional Hope has endured 183 rounds of boxing compared to just 17 so far by Vijender and it will be the first ever 10-round fight for Vijender Hope is a former WBCC European champion with 23-7 win-loss record But the Indian at the age of 30 has younger legs than the Australian who is 34 File photo of Vijender Singh Getty Vijender Singh is unbeaten since turning pro in 2015 Here’s a look at his previous six bouts before the showdown against Hope: Vijender Singh vs Sonny Whiting Vijender Singh made his professional boxing debut with a bang defeating Briton Sonny Whiting through a technical knock out in the third round at the Manchester Arena in October 2015 The Olympic and world championship medallist began well attacked through the middleweight bout and finished off the fight in the penultimate round when the referee stopped the contest Vijender Singh vs Dean Gillen In his second bout Vijender registered a comfortable win over British pugilist Dean Gillen He knocked out Gillen in the opening round to register his second consecutive victory at the professional level at the National Stadium in Dublin The former Asian Games champion was more defensively solid than his first bout Vijender moved well in the ring showcasing some nice footwork and put his opponent under pressure right from the start with powerful punches Vijender Singh vs Samet Hyuseinov Vijender Singh registered his third consecutive win in the professional arena with an easy technical knockout (TKO) victory over Bulgarian Samet Hyuseinov at the Manchester Arena in December 2015 This was his first six-round contest and he wrapped it up in the opening minute of the second round unleashing a barrage of powerful blows on his opponent which prompted the referee to stop the fight Vijender Singh vs Alexander Horvath The Indian boxer’s fourth consecutive victory came against Hungarian opponent Alexander Horvath in March earlier this year Unlike his first three bouts when his opponents looked in a hurry to wind up bouts as soon as possible Vijender took three rounds to ultimately prevail as the winner Vijender Singh vs Matiouze Royer Vijender Singh’s power-packed punches went unchallenged yet again as he notched up a fifth successive knock-out win battering Frenchman Matiouze Royer Vijender was declared winner a little over a minute into the fifth round of the super middleweight contest incidentally his longest bout so far The Indian was up against his most experienced rival till date in Royer who came into the bout with an accumulated 250 rounds under his belt Royer’s determination finally broke in the fifth round after an unrelenting Vijender brought him to his knees with an onslaught of body blows The 29-year-old Frenchman could not continue after that because of his bloodied eye giving Vijender yet another dominant victory Vijender Singh vs Andrzej Soldra Vijender Singh’s rampaging winning streak remained intact as he carved out a sixth successive knockout victory by battering Poland’s Andrzej Soldra in May at the Macron Stadium in Bolton Fighting the first eight-round contest of his fledgling pro career Vijender completed yet another dominating win barely a minute into the third round New Delhi: Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Friday said the Modi wave has not ebbed and mere electoral losses do not reflect it Ravi Shankar Prasad IBNLive "If you say the (Modi) waves have lessened that means you admit that were the waves Our wave has not ebbed In democracy winning and losing elections is a continuous process" Prasad said at a discussion at Agenda Aaj Tak 2015 The Bharatiya Janata Party leader alleged that the Congress has not been able to digest the party’s defeat in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls Congress leader Anand Sharma who also took part in the discussion refuted Prasad’s charge "I belong to a party which helped in making of the constitution We respect the institution of the prime minister and not the individual The Congress gives respect to the prime minister which he deserves" he said He however rejected the BJP’s claim that Modi wave has not ebbed "Wave is not permanent Hawa ab ulti chal padi hai (now the wind is blowing in the opposite direction)" Sharma said Meanwhile Prasad claimed that under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi India has achieved new heights internationally "We govern this country We govern seven states and in two states we rule with our allies The world now thinks India is a big destination Corruption has stopped I am the telecom minister we have done spectrum auction and garnered Rs110 lakh crore" he said Refuting the Congress charge that the government is ignoring the farmers and the poor of the country Prasad said: "Our GDP is at 7 percent average Roads are being constructed Infrastructure is at place In Jan Dhan Yojna 19 crore people opened accounts The prime minister himself has assured the nation that his government is for the poor and the farmers" "We have come to fix the problems in this country We have got the mandate from the countrymen to run this nation for five years" he added IANS By: PTI | Los Angeles | Updated: May 27 2017 12:19 pm By applying differing voltages they are able to change the colour of individual subpixels to red green or blue – the RGB scale – or gradations in between( Image for representation Source: Pixabay) Related News Researchers including one of Indian origin have developed a new colour-changing surface that could increase the resolution for TVs smartphones and other devices by three timesVideo screens are made up of hundreds of thousands of pixels that display different colours to form the images With current technology each of these pixels contain three subpixels – one red one green one blueNow researchers from the University of Central Florida (UCF) in the US have come up with a way to tune the colour of these subpixels By applying differing voltages they are able to change the colour of individual subpixels to red green or blue – the RGB scale – or gradations in between”We can make a red subpixel go to blue for instance” said Debashis Chanda Assistant Professor at UCF”In other displays that is not possible because they need three static colour filters to show the full RGB colour We do not need that now; a single subpixel-less pixel can be tuned across a given colour gamut” said Chanda Also Read:Smartphones soon to have multi-functional displays Aside from the inherent value of an improved design for the pixel-based displays that are ubiquitous in today’s world their findings have other advantagesBy eliminating the three static subpixels that currently make up every pixel the size of individual pixels can be reduced by threeThree times as many pixels means three times the resolution researchers said That would have major implications for not only TVs and other general displays but augmented reality and virtual reality headsets that need very high resolution because they are so close to the eye they said”A subpixel-less display can increase resolution drastically You can have a much smaller area that can do all three” said Daniel Franklin physics doctoral student at UCF Since there would no longer be a need to turn off some subpixels to display a solid colour – there would be no more subpixels after all – the brightness of screens could be much greater researchers saidFranklin and Chanda created an embossed nanostructure surface resembling an egg crate covered with a skin of reflective aluminiumHowever they needed several variations of this nanostructure to achieve the full range of colours Also Read:Researchers develop laser-generated bubbles to create 3D images in liquid display In the latest research published in the journal Nature Communications they found that modifying the roughness of the surface allowed a full range of colours to be achieved with a single nanostructureThe nanostructure surface can be easily integrated with existing display technology so the underlying hardware would not need to be replaced or re-engineered For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | London | Published: June 19 2017 9:22 pm Jo-Wilfried Tsonga who lost to Andy Murray in the 2011 Queen’s final could be one of the major threats to world number one Andy Murray (Source: Reuters) Top News Jo-Wilfried Tsonga returned emphatically to winning ways in the Queen’s Club Championships in London on Monday putting his shock first round exit at his home French Open firmly behind him Tsonga outplayed his compatriot Adrian Mannarino 6-2 6-2 in the opening round of the traditional Wimbledon warm-up event in his first match since suffering a four-set defeat by little-known Argentine Renzo Olivo at Roland Garros The loss to the world number-91 Olivo had been particularly disappointing for Tsonga in light of his three-title season during which he also reckoned that becoming a new father had helped provide him with fresh inspiration on court Yet even while never needing to find top gear in the sunshine the two-time Wimbledon semi-finalist demonstrated why he could still be a threat on the grass at 32 as he dismissed the challenge of the man who had beaten him in Monaco in April Mannarino ranked 62 in the world had started brightly swapping breaks with Tsonga but once the world number 10 found rhythm in his groundstrokes and his opponent needed a time-out in the first set for treatment to his back it proved a straightforward win The key game was the marathon eight-deuce sixth in the opening set which finally saw left-hander Mannarino surrender his delivery for a second time after Tsonga had eked out six break points A run of seven straight games saw the fifth seed take complete control before he became the first winner in the week-long championships wrapping up victory in 67 minutes “It was a good match I played pretty well I had to play my best tennis to get over him” Tsonga said “I sweated a lot” If he can find his best form Tsonga who lost to Andy Murray in the 2011 Queen’s final could be one of the major threats to world number one Murray who is seeking a sixth championship triumph So will Bulgaria’s sixth seed Grigor Dimitrov on the evidence of his superb 6-3 6-1 hammering of French Open men’s doubles champion Ryan Harrison in just 54 one-sided minutes Dimitrov who has shown signs of rediscovering his 2014 best when he won Queen’s was in imperious form reducing Harrison to such frustration that the American landed a warning for unsportsmanlike conduct after smashing his racket against his foot in the second set Murray opens the defence of his title on Tuesday against fellow Briton Aljaz Bedene For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: February 5 2017 1:00 pm The court said the manner in which huge cash was being accepted and cheque was being issued or vice-versa were a proof that some other activity than which was lawful for a public servant was being carried out by both the duo (Representational) Top News A special court has awarded one year jail term to an MCD’s junior engineer and his wife working as a government school teacher in New Delhi for amassing assets worth Rs 72 lakh disproportionate to their known sources of income in a 16-year-old case Special Judge Vinod Kumar handed over the punishment to Raja Som Sehrawat who was working as Junior Engineer MCD South Zone and his wife Urmil Sehrawat who was working as a TGT teacher in the Directorate of Education Government of NCT Delhi “I hold that accused 1 (Raja) and accused 2 (Urmil) were having assets disproportionate to the tune of Rs 72 lakh as compared to their known sources of income… I sentence the convicts to rigorous imprisonment for one year” the court said while directing confiscation of the amount from the convicts In its order the court said that although they had examined witnesses shown the windfalls in their income tax returns (IRTs) and intimated the department that was not sufficient “It appears to be a case where accused started laundering unlawful money in a very calculated manner by carefully showing it in ITRs and by creating necessary paper work… “In the present case the court cannot ignore that all the gifts are being made to the accused persons in very weird way which is not generally seen in the human relations” it said It said that the manner in which huge cash was being accepted and cheque was being issued or vice-versa were a proof that some other activity than which was lawful for a public servant was being carried out by both the duo “Where there is a ‘windfall’ the burden is higher upon the public servant to prove the same convincingly When there are frequent ‘windfalls’ occurring to the public servants the court will have no option but to reject such claims lock stock and barrel” the judge said CBI had claimed that during the search conducted at the residential premises of the duo in Vasant Kunj area in August 2000 assets to the tune of around Rs 8042 lakh disproportionate to their known sources of income were found Thereafter a case was registered under the sections of the Indian Penal Code and provisions of the Prevention of Corruption Act The agency had also arrayed Raja’s father who had retired in December 1990 as superintendent from Indian Airlines However he died during the pendency of the case and the proceedings against him were abated For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Jammu | Published: July 6 2011 12:03 pm Related News With the annual pilgrimage progressing smoothlya seventh batch of 3267 devotees left Jammu base camp on Wednesday for the holy Amarnath cave shrine amid tight security arrangements As many as 22895 pilgrims have left Jammu in seven batches till now for their onward journey to the 13500-feet high shrine “Yatra is going on smoothly without any problem in cave shrine and enroute” police said Mobile units of CRPF escorted the 2177 men791 women90 children and 209 sadhus in a cavalcade of 104 vehicles from Bhagwati Nagar Base camp in Jammu at around 5 am hours for Amarnaththey said The rush here has dimmed and food and shelter was being provided to the pilgrims at Base camp and other places in JammuUdhampur and Kathua areasthey added For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News Further actions were taken to stop operations of bank accounts of these struck off companies. 71 nagar palika parishads and 154 nagar panchayats. a ray of hope for the residents came in the form 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"What was I doing?Delhi Daredevils ahead of the 2014 season for a sum of Rs 10 lakh. may be because there is so much craze about cricket." "No doubt.