A day after Narsingh failed the dope test, his roommate Sandeep Tulsi Yadav at SAI (Sports Authority of India), Sonepat, also tested positive for the same substance. Narsingh Yadav's chances of representing India at the upcoming Olympics might have diminished further after a second failed dope test but the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) is still hopeful of a favourable verdict by the NADA panel, saying that his lawyers on Wednesday presented a strong case.
Mumbai: With the Rajasthan High Court acquitting Salman Khan in all cases related to the poaching of Chinkaras , the superstar's fans and followers are congratulating him for the major reprieve from court. After he was sentenced to five years of Jail on the issue of poaching the Chikankaris, Salman Khan had been behind the bars for a week after which he was granted bail and released.
Last week, Kim Kardashian launched a battle against Taylor Swift after she uploaded the video of the singer and her husband Kanye West, regarding the former's approval on his song Famous. At this point, it looks like this feud/drama/pettiness/whatever you want to call it is never, ever , ever going to end. Some fans expressed their support for Swift saying that they will "never insult her the way haters do", and that they will "support her no matter what happens".
After having opener Mohammad Hafeez caught by Gary Ballance for 42, the Worcestershire all-rounder then claimed the wicket of Younis Khan for 28, saving Cook some embarrassment after he had shelled a chance when Younis was in the early stages of his knock.
Some chanted, "Hey, hey, ho, ho, TPP has got to go". Gun violence continued as a theme Wednesday night as families of mass shooting victims took the stage. "My wife and I sat listening to him speak last Saturday and when we did, we said 'Wow". As Clinton has noted, Kaine would be ready to step in and replace her as commander in chief in the event she was incapacitated.
And for four years, I had a front-row seat to her intelligence, her judgment, and her discipline. During the Democratic convention in Philadelphia this week, speakers like Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards, actress Lena Dunham and President Obama spoke with passion for Mrs Clinton, punctuated by rousing cheering from the crowds.