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members of the management Namita Datar and Vandana Kolhatkar. 2017 7:37 pm PT Usha said that Tintu Luka has managed decent results despite her limitations. (Express photo by Praveen Khanna) Top News Indias greatest ever female sprinter till date PT Usha has gone on to say that she would not like to take any blame for Tintu Luka’s unending struggles to make it big on the world stage However she did say that Tintu has managed decent results despite her limitations Though at the World Championships where the best in the business compete she has struggled to make an impression in her three attempts so far In an interview with PTI she said”For me it’s not a problem but show me one foreign coach who has come here trained Indian athletes and has got the medals (World Championship and Olympics) Since the year 2000 foreign coaches are training India athletes are there any Olympic medals Are you saying that only if Tintu trains with a foreign coach she will get the medal” “It is up to Tintu not me (to decide on her future) Tintu is senior Asiad medallist Jessy Joseph is junior Asia Championship gold medallist Jisna Matthew (Indian relay team member) is also there Lot of others are coming up” she said defending her training methods Usha also spoke about how she has been trying various methods to help Tintuand said “We are trying different methods with her but it is no suiting Tintu 800 metres is not same for all Tintu runs with the speed Running with the speed means take 400m time 600 time and 1000m time and then you take a percentage and make a lap And run one more lap and it will be may be 3 35 seconds above the second lap it is like that” “The other one is run a slow lap and maybe the sam second lap The second one may be 1 second lower than the first But this is a very rare case in the world it is a ver rare case It is not possible for everybody Tintu was trying both the but it was not suiting” Usha explained Usha said the way Tintu starts the race is actually the best option for her and they will continue with the same strategy for the upcoming World Championship in London “She is not comfortable when she goes slow If you run 1:30 for 600m the (last) 200m will be same if you are 1:27 then also the (last) 200m will be same If she goes slow and tries for acceleration her muscles get stiff not giving the pull (required during finishing stage)” On Tintu’sperformanceat the Rio Olympics she said “Last Olympics she had a bronchial infection and 800 runners need more oxygen It was difficult for her but she did it in two minutes which is a world class time So if she goes fast she will be capable of performing better “She was in good form before Rio Tintu did 3 times (races) under 2 minutes Does it mean she is going wrong You see her physique she is very short a lot of limitations are there but still we made her run under two minutes” Usha further added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Rashmi Rajput | Mumbai | Published: January 11 2017 4:53 am Mumbai Police Commissioner Dattatray Padsalgikar and Joint Commissioner of Police (law and Order) Deven Bharti with the Mumbai Police’s web development cell Top News MINUTES after a woman tweeted a picture of a man exposing himself to her on a busy suburban road and tagged the Mumbai Police in it the information was conveyed to Bangur Nagar Police station The man was nabbed the same day Last week a man tagged the Mumbai Police in a post with information on a child forced into labour The information was relayed to the JJ Marg police station and the child was rescued and the accused booked Watch What Else is Making News The Mumbai Police took a leaf from their Bengaluru counterparts when they launched a Twitter handle in December 2015 However in just over a year their timely responses whacky one-liners and Bollywoodesque drives have managed to impress and amuse many The figures tell the story: with 113 million followers the city police is way ahead of the first movers the Bengaluru police who have 525 lakh followers on Twitter The Delhi city police has 93900 followers Much of the credit for the success goes to the Mumbai Police’s web development cell The team not only works round the clock in two shifts and tries to address complaints in real time it also brainstorms on numerous campaigns adding humour to humanise its presence in the virtual world While complaints related to women children and senior citizens top the priority list officers say the maximum number of complaints pertain to traffic or by people not knowing what to do in a particular situation Daily the team attends to 50-60 complaints A detailed report on the complaints received and the action taken is drawn up every day and reviewed by the Commissioner of Police The team also has a dedicated WhatsApp group created to get permissions and approvals to deal with serious cases Recently someone pasted an advertisement in local trains calling a woman a sex worker and sharing her mobile number The young woman tweeted the picture tagging the Mumbai Police Dealing cautiously the web team decided to ‘follow’ the victim on Twitter and started a chat through the direct message option The accused was nabbed within 24 hours This tool of ‘following’ a complainant on Twitter is a trend set by the Mumbai Police “The web team comprises six to eight policemen who monitor the handle 24/7 including two from the traffic police department The idea is to ensure that every complaint is addressed quickly” says Dattatray Padsalgikar Mumbai Police Commissioner “We sometimes even follow the victims to directly reach out to them Sometimes if a case so demands we ask them to share their mobile numbers This way we are able to communicate directly with them and resolve the issue as soon as possible” he adds Other than the Mumbai Police the Commissioner also has a dedicated handle – CPMumbaiPolice “I monitor the handle and if I come across any complaint which requires our attention I inform the team” says Padsalgikar An IPS officer who has served in the Intelligence Bureau for nearly 12 years before taking over as the Mumbai Police Commissioner Padsalgikar says one needs to keep up with the times “A Twitter handle is different from the conservative tools of policing but one needs to keep up with the changing times It serves as a platform to address grievances so why not use it to our advantage” said Padsalgikar adding that he also retweets public utility messages Sunchika Pandey the media consultant who works in tandem with the police web team says they use a mix of humour Bollywood and popular themes to reach out to citizens “When Pokemon-go became a rage we started a hashtag ‘Pokemon can’t go’ as there were reports of it causing accidents It went viral Similarly we tweaked the popular TV show Game of Thrones to Game of Phones and a photo accompanied the text reading “What we don’t know is usually what gets us killed” Roads have never been the best place to play games #RoadSafety” It got a massive number of retweets” says Pandey “We also use Bollywood a lot as Mumbai is the country’s entertainment capital We have done one-liner campaigns to deal with the drug menace and other issues using popular dialogues They have all received good response” Pandey says “The aim is to bridge the gap between the police and citizens to bring them closer and break that barrier Twitter has opened a new dimension of quick and effective interaction In the future we intend to take it forward” said Joint Commissioner of Police (law and Order) Deven Bharti For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sumegha Gulati | New Delhi | Published: April 24 2014 1:21 am SPA believes that lack of technology gave rise to more innovating building concepts archive Related News To educate its students about the architectural concepts of heritage buildings School of Planning and Architecture (SPA) in Central Delhi has initiated close interactions with the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) and the National Monuments Authority (NMA) on conservation and preservation projects being undertaken by these agencies According to SPA officials the institute is “closely interacting” with the ASI and NMA to provide more exposure to students so that they may be able to understand the techniques used in building ancient and medieval-era monuments “We want our students to get more experience when undertaking construction work around heritage structures These structures have a lot to teach us in terms of climatology and culture Modern architects need to be more conscious of these aspects rather than erecting concrete and glass buildings that one sees all around Delhi today” director of SPA Chetan Vaidya told Newsline Historian Sohail Hashmi however feels one cannot “romanticise” the effort of “learning from the past” According to him many of the older techniques are hard to imbibe in present-day culture For example several heritage structures used crushed brick and limestone as building materials One of the most important properties of limestone that it absorbs water during rains and releases moisture as the sun comes out That ensures there is no seepage in the buildings Today we use cement which absorbs moisture but does not release it “Brick and mortar takes almost a year to dry Nobody has that much time nowadays Moreover the process of maturing plaster takes about 40 years before the limestone’s benefits are reflected One cannot work on mass scale unless major builders adopt these techniques Today we build on the basis of fixed parameters” Hashmi said Earlier Hashmi said the structures were enclosed within four-foot thick walls “Today we don’t have that much space” Vaidya however believes that technological limitations of the earlier period led to evolving of more innovative ideas “So it always helps if students can get first-hand experience at these projects” he said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: July 3 2013 3:37 am Related News A district court Tuesday rejected an interim bail application of Vismay Shah (27)who is in judicial custody in the BMW hit-and-run case in which two men were killed in February this year Shah had sought bail on the ground that he wanted to get admission to pursue management studies Shahs lawyer Trishna Mishra said the bail was sought for the purpose of further studies According to special public prosecutor Pravin Trivedithe court rejected the bail saying that an inmate can pursue studies while in jail as well He said the court was of the opinion that there are open universities such as Indira Gandhi National Open University and Baba Saheb Bhimrao Ambedkar Open University that offer courses for inmate as well Shah is lodged in Sabarmati Central Jail for the past five months while his applications seeking regular bails were rejected by all the courts On February 24Shah was driving a BMW car when he allegedly hit a motorcycle near Lad Society in Vastrapur area of the city There were two men on the bike Shivam Dave (25) and Rahul Patel (21) who got killed The accident was also captured in a CCTV camera During the investigation and forensic examinationit was found that Shah was driving the car at a speed of over 100 kmph SubsequentlyShah was chargesheeted under section 304 (part-2) of Indian Penal Code among others For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shivani Naik | Mumbai | Published: July 3 2013 1:02 am Top News The two were barely taller than the badminton racquets they wielded when they started out in the sport not too long ago In a few days timeSimran Singhi and Rahul Vyas will be headed to Prakash Padukone’s academy in Bangalore for a short brush with excellence in training and techniqueafter they won a recent shuttle’s talent hunt They go there with dreamy eyes about a cereer in badmintontempered by the starkest reality checks seen in a pair of 11-year-olds “Saina Nehwal and P Kashyap are stars today because they have worked extremely hard I want to be hard-working like them” Vyas saysthough he can happily launch into nuanced talk of drops and tosses of a Korea vs China men’s singles match he watched on TVand how the Chinese pulled things back from 20-17 down Vyas studies at John Cannon and Cathedral Schooltrains at CCI and though not more than 4 feet 6 incheslists out a dozen boxes to tick that he wants to cramp into his training in Bangalore “I want to learn new techniquesperfect my strokesstop silly mistakeslearn when to finish a pointget good at smashing so they don’t go into the netlearn to disguise my drops” he says in one straight breath Simranwho studies at Ryan International and trains under Uday Pawaris nerveless when attackingbut wants to summarily learn from all the other mistakes she makes and get into the habit of moving faster on court She followed cousin Shlok Ramachandran – a promising junior from Mumbai – onto the badminton court But as of nowit’s her two lunging steps to big bro’s giant single strideso she also prays each night that she becomes tall “I want to become tall like him – he’s 6’2″ I also like his defense” she says Her brother has taken a small break from squash for his Class 10 boards Simranwho doesn’t mind Mathematicspledges to never allow studies to come in the way of her sport She knows she’s not quite the best in the country currently in her age-group – there’s Kalpita Sawant – so she lines up at No 5 in India Her day starts at 5 amfor 15 rounds and she devotes 3 hours a day to shadow practicesprints and strokes Prakash Padukone had insisted that Simran held a bright future because she was physically strong and that has been down to all the liftingband training and workouts around exercise cones that Pawar has put her through these last few years Nehwal’s base fitness was built in the age-bracket of 9-15 and Simran’s hoping her hard work will serve her well in the coming years Vyashoweveris known to be technically soundand spends all his lunch breaks at school finishing his home-work so academics don’t eat into his training time There’s much to learnas he reels off – accuracycovering the entire courtkeeping calm At the semis for the Tata ShuttlesRahul ran into an a pugnacious Aditya Desai and got all nervous at 20-all in the second “I’d played a strong first setbut in the second I got nervous I then told myself that I couldn’t panic and then played safe strokes and didn’t go for the lines” Next timehe wants to play it cooler His Mumbai coaches have put him through abdomen strengthening exercises for core stability and the small framed lad is doing his best to add physical might to his technical dependability He tried his hand – foot rather – at soccerbut didn’t quite last the rigours “It didn’t work out too well” he says Rahul Vyas also met Saina Nehwal at a junior’s clinic and come away impressed “I don’t think she’ll remember me though” he adds For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPublished: October 7 2013 4:41 am Related News Ryan International Goregaon stands tal as Adarsh Vivek won the Champion of the Champions Trophy at the 9th National Level Abacus Competiton 2013 (held by Ideal Play Abacus India Pvt Ltd) The second prize was successfully bagged by Ashwat Jain Leo International students excel in karate The 1st District-level Shotokan Ryu Shiseikan Karate Championship organised by Sensei Prem Mehta of Shotokan Ryu Do Shiseikan Association was held on September 22 at BalkumThane Students from schools across ThaneBhivandiDombivali and Kalyan participated Twenty-two students from Leo International took part under the guidance of karate instructors Ganesh Satdive and Feroz Pathan All of them won medals The medals included five goldseven silver and 12 bronze A trophy was awarded to our school for having the most number of winning participants Our karate facilitator won the Best Coach trophy Orange Day at Birla SchoolKalyan Orange Day was celebrated by the pre-primary students of Birla SchoolKalyan The students as well as teachers were dressed in orange and each child was asked to bring along an orange article and speak about its use This activity was to make the students identify colours and understand the importance of each colour The children were also asked to get in their tiffin boxes orange-coloured eatables Yashasvi Bhava is an excellent programme There are several educational activities for the Std X studentsbut Loksatta Yashasvi Bhava is a helpful programme for students to score good marks and achieve new heights? 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