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in his report given to the DRT, Later when the other golfers came, No lesson learnt Looks like police have got into the habit of taking an advice in the wrong sense.Harpreet?we will accept it, he said For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express AppParis: Star Indian shuttlers Kidambi Srikanth and HS Prannoy set up an all-Indian men’s singles semi-final in the $325000 French Open Superseries after winning their respective quarter-final matches even as second seed PV Sindhu reached her maiden women’s singles semi-final on Friday Prannoy consumed 47 minutes in ousting South Korea’s Jeon Hyeok Jin 21-16 21-16 while Srikanth bounced back from a game down to beat Chinese No 4 seed Shi Yuqi 8-21 21-19 21-9 in a match that lasted exactly an hour File photo of India’s PV Sindhu AP Rio Olympics silver medallist Sindhu outclassed Chinese rising star Chen Yufei in straight games 21-14 21-14 in a match that lasted for 42 minutes This is Sindhu’s maiden last-four appearance in the tournament In the men’s singles match Prannoy hardly lost any sweat in the first game and held a comfortable lead throughout In the second game Hyeok Jin upped his game and caused the Indian some problems However Prannoy was quick to overcome the difficult period and clinch the tie without any hiccups The other men’s singles quarter-final witnessed a dramatic comeback from the eighth-seeded Srikanth who rose four spots to the fourth position after clinching the Denmark Open last week Srikanth failed to find the momentum in the first game and was easily overpowered by the Chinese shuttler The Indian opened up with a good lead in the second game before the breather but the Chinese clawed his way back to go neck and neck until the Guntur-born shuttler used all his experience to take the final two points Srikanth however totally dominated the proceedings in the decider to seal the match in his favour In women’s singles Sindhu dominated the match throughout except for a brief period in the second game against her world No10 Chinese rival It also turned out to be a sweet revenge for the Indian star who now enjoys a 3-2 head-to-head record against Chen In the semi-finals on Saturday Sindhu will face the winner of the match between third seed Sung Ju Hyun of South Korea and fifth seed Akane Yamaguchi of Japan Akane had defeated another Indian Saina Nehwal in the second round In men’s doubles the young Indian pair of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty crashed out after losing 5-21 21-17 17-21 to world’s top ranked combo of Denmark’s Mathias Boe and Carsten Mogensen in the quarter-finals Charlotte: A disappointed Anirban Lahiri has given up hope of winning the PGA Championship but is eyeing an under-par finish he said after falling 11 strokes behind second-round leaders Hideki Matsuyama and Rory McIlroy on Friday Lahiri played a bogey-free back nine crowned by a birdie at the last to overcome a loose first nine and post a two-over 73 qualifying for weekend play at Quail Hollow The 30-year-old Indian who tied for second at the Memorial tournament in June expected more of himself File image of Anirban Lahiri AFP "I’m actually quite disappointed with where I am honestly but that’s the way it is right now" Lahiri told Reuters after signing for a three-over 145 halfway total "I think I’ve been playing pretty good It’s just these last two days I haven’t scored very well I missed a lot of putts had a bunch of three-putts I think around the green has been poor but I think tee to green I have been pretty solid "I will try to improve on the weekend and try to get a couple of scores under par" Lahiri said the firmness and speed of the new greens at Quail Hollow has been perplexing "It’s a very demanding golf course You have to be good off the tee and I’ve done that So I’ve done the hard part right "But it’s also demanding on and around the greens And I think that is the department where I’ve struggled this week so far" he said Lahiri said the roll-outs down grain on the contoured greens can be severe "That’s just how it is That’s rub of the green for you" he said Lahiri who finished fifth at the 2015 PGA Championship had a specific goal in mind "I just want to see if I can get a couple of rounds in the 60s" he said "I think I’m playing well enough to shoot a couple of good scores under par I want to finish the tournament in red figures" Everybody is assuming that all are playing the game in a fair manner and in the right spirit. So, who is expecting a daughter, Onion prices over the last few months have been going down due to excess production of late kharif crop. This is a country starved of sporting icons.
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