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He broke Federer’s first service to 15 and then held his serve to lead 3-0, including a public feud with an American Muslim family whose son was killed while serving in the US military in Iraq. or persecution.They have nowhere to go – and no choice but to leave The attempt to recognise and give an identity to these refugees will help raise awareness about the need to respondto the global refugee crisis in a meaningful manner – protecting refugees’ human rights supporting refugees to rebuild their lives and sharing responsibility across nations "Having no national team to belong to having no flag to march behind having no national anthem to be played these refugees will be welcomed to the Olympic Games with the Olympic flag and with the Olympic anthem They will have a home together with all the other 11000 athletes from 206 National Olympic Committees in the Olympic Village" Thomas Bach president of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) said when he announced the team’s creation in March That all might change as they now have a team flag and anthem to call their own But as of now the Refugee Olympic Team are not able to officially use the flag or the anthem The organisation is trying to get recognition from the IOC You can take the pledge to support the refugees as well With inputs from AFP Written by Garima Mishra | Pune | Published: February 11 2016 5:17 am Related News On February 9 Dignity Foundation had organised an event called ‘Companionship Carnival’ in Mumbai and expected over 300 to 400 people as attendees However to their surprise over 500 senior citizens turned up for the event started on the view that ‘it is okay to seek and find a companion at a later stage in life if you have lost a partner’ The event organised in association with Gyan Adab will be again held on February 12 at Gyan Adab According to Vaishali Desai honorary coordinator of Dignity Foundation an organisation that works for the cause and care of the senior citizens “We often come across elderly people who have lost their spouse and lead lonely lives Most of them become dependent on their children and have no option but to take care of their grandchildren Times have changed Not everyone seeks to lead a life this way Elderly people especially those who are fit and active do wish to go out meet people make friends watch films go on outings and so on So the idea of ‘Companionship Carnival’ is to germinate the thought that ‘there’s no problem in seeking a companion if you have lost your partner and are elderly” Companionship Carnival will also witness informative talks by legal expert Samuel Waghchaure and psychotherapist Parul Khona on the legal and psychological implications of marriage at a later age in life Besides the event will be alive with a music session interactive games a poetry reading session a fashion show and refreshments Entry is free for 50-plus persons and the dress code is the attendee’s traditional community or national attire The concept of finding a companion either for marriage or for live-in according to Desai is common in the Western countries but is yet to find an acceptance in ours So what’s stopping the senior citizens from taking the plunge One of the guests of honour at the Mumbai event was lyricist Sameer He summed it up in just one line – “Sab jagah ek hi rog kya kahenge log (Everywhere just one disease what will the society say)” “It becomes all the more difficult for senior citizens to go for it when they are living with their families Those who are staying independently and are financially sound find it easier to take a decision” said Desai adding that if one was opting for a marriage one must be flexible to make several adjustments emotionally as well as legally Desai said that people and their mindsets were changing in the society though at a slow pace It would take another 15 to 20 years for this concept to be considered as ‘normal’ she added For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: August 27 2015 10:26 am Fans swarmed Chris Brown’s social media accounts with criticisms about the art and he has since deleted the photo Related News R&b Star Chris Brown has courted controversy once again after inking an unusual tattoo of the Venus De Milo on the back of his head Fans swarmed his social media accounts with criticisms about the art and he has since deleted the photo But that didn’t stop Internet users from commenting on Brown’s tattoo with one YouTube critic writing “That looks so stupid” While another on Twitter wrote “Damn Chris Brown must be losing his mind since Karrueche left him” referring to his ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran Brown 26 is no stranger to tattoos – his body is covered in ink including depictions of an F16 fighter jet a wolf wearing a headdress a dinosaur skeleton and the face of a lion on his neck For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Bahrain | Published: April 14 2017 10:36 pm Sebastian Vettel is level on points in the title race with Lewis Hamilton (Source: AP) Top News Sebastian Vettel topped both practices at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Friday as Ferrari showed impressive pace heading into its qualifying showdown with Mercedes Vettel beat Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas by just 041 in the second session under floodlights having been comfortably ahead of Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo during the roasting-hot first practice in the early afternoon Ricciardo was third in P2 followed by Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton was fifth Ferrari was quick despite problems Raikkonen was hit by engine trouble in P1 and Vettel ground to a halt with about 40 minutes left in P2 due to a “complete shutdown” Vettel was in the lead at that point and still had time to go back out late in the session During P2 Hamilton had to take evasive action to avoid hitting Nico Hulkenberg’s slow-moving Renault on a corner “These drivers are so dangerous man” Hamilton lamented over the radio to his engineer Hamilton and Vettel are level on points in the title race with a first and second place each Vettel won the season-opening Australian GP and Hamilton who has secured both pole positions won in China last weekend In the first practice Hamilton saved his pace and did not push for a leading time The second session which started at 6 pm local time (1500 GMT) was in considerably cooler temperatures and closer to the conditions expected in Saturday’s qualifying which comes after a third practice run Sunday’s race also starts at 6 pm When drivers took to their cars at 2 pm for P1 the track temperature was 46 degrees (115 F) Red Bull’s Max Verstappen was third in that Hamilton 10th and Bottas 14th Raikkonen’s session ended early after his Ferrari sustained engine damage before he could even complete a timed lap He pulled up on the side of the track climbed out with his helmet still on and started walking back to the paddock despite the intense desert heat Raikkonen whose nickname is “Iceman” eventually hitched a lift the rest of the way on a scooter Meanwhile Ferrari said the car problem was overheating in the turbo area For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: August 16 2015 1:52 pm “When the film hit the theatres it had an outstanding opening and was ‘House Full’ everywhere and innumerable tickets were sold in black It is a completely wrong to say that the film had poor opening” said Ramesh Sippy Related News Director Ramesh Sippy denied reports that his blockbuster film “Sholay” had a lackluster collection at the box-office for the first two weeks He says that it got a blockbuster opening “There was tremendous eagerness among people for the film When the film hit the theatres it had an outstanding opening and was ‘House Full’ everywhere and innumerable tickets were sold in black It is a completely wrong to say that the film had poor opening” said Sippy He was present at the National Centre for the Performing Arts to celebrate the completion of 40 years of “Sholay” In pics:40 years of ‘Sholay’: Ramesh Sippy celebrates with sonRohan Sippy however accepted that the film received disastrous reviews from critics “Yes critics slammed the film The trade pundits were firm that this film can’t work and that it was a disaster “But the viewer loved it from day one And the popularity increased over time when the dialogues came out” he said “Sholay” which saw Dharmendra and Amitabh Bachchan play friends Jai-Veeru was about a retired police chief Thakur Baldev Singh (Sanjeev Kumar) who plots to bring down notorious bandit Gabbar Singh (Amjad Khan) with the help of Jai and Veeru Hema Malini and Jaya Bhaduri essayed the love interests of Veeru and Jai in the film that was released on Independence Day in 1975 The film held the record for the maximum number of weeks at the box-office before “Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge” broke its record For 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