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The NOTA option will be printed in pink on EVMs, an EC official said During the 2008 Assembly electionsthe overall voting percentage in Delhi stood at 5758 per cent Butlooking at the over 70 per cent voter turnout in the recently concluded Assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthanthe Delhi EC is hopeful of a similar turnout in Delhi as well ThisEC officials saidwould go against the trend of urban apathy which was visible during previous elections There are a total of 11763 polling stationsof which 630 have been identified as critical and hyper critical Officials said the number of critical booths has almost doubled since the last Assembly electionsandaccordinglythe number of police personnel has also gone up In 2008there were 264 such critical premises For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 16 2013 4:43 am Related News NGO Yuvsatta has put forth a proposal for Chandigarh Haat on the lines of Dilli Haat to be started at the booths under the newly constructed overbridge in Sector 17 This would then become another tourist attraction in the city Citing the Delhi governments successful experiment of Dilli Haat to promote the rich crafts of IndiaParmod SharmaYuvsatta co-ordinatorsaid in a letter to MP Pawan Kumar BansalMayor Subhash Chawla and Municipal Commissioner Vivek Pratap Singh that hardly any visitors came to Sector 17 Howeverwith a lively Chandigarh Haat the site could become a major local and tourist attraction He said that like Dilli Haat the new Bridge Market or ‘Chandigarh Haat’ could be conceived as a series of small display spaces through which a visitor could walk and discover items on display As in Dilli Haatthe stalls could be allotted to the craftsmen on nominal rents for 15 days For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThere are very few teams who can match up to China’s success in badminton Asian teams are heralded as the masters of the sport however Japan has only recently tasted success at grand tournaments Misaki Matsutomo and Ayaka Takahashi claimed Japan’s first ever Olympic badminton gold at the 2016 Rio Olympics and earlier this year Japan clinched gold at the inaugural Badminton Asia Team Championship Japan’s Kazumasa Sakai in action at the 2017 BCA Indonesia Superseries Premier AP Much of their success comes down to the aggressive style of game from women’s singles and doubles Surprisingly the men’s singles haven’t achieved much as yet As per the latest Badminton World Federation (BWF) rankings four Japanese shuttlers are placed in the top 15 of women’s singles while none of the men’s singles from Japan are to be seen in the top 25 Kento Momota – who was once tipped as the ‘next Lin Dan’ – managed to bag four Superseries medals from 2015 to 2016 before he was convicted for involvement in gambling After him there hasn’t been any established men’s singles shuttler from Japan On Sunday Kazumasa Sakai – Japan’s second highest-ranked male shuttler – has a golden chance to put an end to the men’s singles misery by clinching gold at the 2017 BCA Indonesia Superseries Premier The World No 47 faces a stiff challenge against India’s Kidambi Srikanth who is eager to win the title after losing to compatriot B Sai Praneeth in the final of the Singapore Superseries in May One of the reasons why Sakai – who started the campaign as a qualifier – still stands a chance against the former World No 4 is due to a number of upsets since the start of the Indonesia Open making room for lesser-known shuttlers to grab the headlines with their high intensity play The 27-year-old shuttler stole the show at the 2012 Scottish Internation despite losing to India’s Anand Pawar in three games in the final His range of shots and wrist wizardry earned him a lot of praise back in his home country A sudden dip of form post the 2012 London Olympics saw him contesting in local tournaments like Challengers and the national championships He disappeared from the international circuit after winning the 2012 Russian Grand Prix Gold but made a comeback in 2014 by winning the All-Japan Society of People Conference Singles and the 2015 Portugal International Singles championship Host nation Indonesia has been an integral part of Sakai’s development who admits that his growth is down to the skills he picked up while practicing for two years from the age of 18 to 20 at PB Agile a badminton club in Jakarta "I practice in Agile because netting technique (technique playing in front of the net) is good It was on the advice of my club coach Karel Mainaky" Sakai was quoted as saying by Media Indonesia after winning the semi-final against HS Prannoy In order to practice in Indonesia Sakai rejected an offer from one of the top universities in Japan and decided to train in Jakarta after graduating from senior high school "I learned how to play good netting in Indonesia I think Indonesia is the best place to practice it" Sakaiadded The Japanese shuttler amazed the crowds with his sublime net plays and his ability to hit quick forehand drives in deciding games against Rajiv Ouseph in the quarter-final and against Prannoy It was only in the second game against Prannoy that Sakai showed an urgencyto attack Prannoy also tried to put up a resistance and kept his calm but ultimately lost in the third game "Of course I’m very disappointed because I’m not at the top level I think maybe in the second game actually have a chance but I realise I’m doing a bad rally" Prannoy said after the match "He is very fast with both foot movements and defence I was overwhelmed I respect him" he added There is no doubt that the Japanese has a lot of talent However Sakai must deliver against an attack-minded Srikanth who loves to dominate the court Sakai will not only be fighting for Japan but also for Indonesia as a title win would be a perfect gift in return for the host nation which gave him important lessons during his teens He has already sent out a message that the title clash will not be an easy task for Srikanth Follow our live blog for live scores and updates from the final day of the Indonesia Superseries Premier Melbourne: Indian tennis stars enjoyed comfortable wins in the Australian Open today as Sania Mirza eased into the second round with partner Martina Hingis while Rohan Bopanna also registered a straight sets win in the men’s doubles first round in Melbourne Rohan Bopanna and Florin Mergea after win at Australian Open Getty Sania’s rampaging run with her Swiss partner continued as the duo stretched its winning streak to 31 after brushing aside Mariana Duque-Marino and Teliana Pereira 6-2 6-3 in the women’s doubles opening round The duo hardly broke a sweat in its 70-minute win against the unseeded Colombian-Brazilian pair Sania and Hingis who are slated to face the twin sisters from Ukraine — Nadiia Kichenok and Lyudmyla Kichenok — in the next round are also sitting pretty at the top of the women’s doubles rankings The Indo-Swiss pair has been on a roll after clinching its 11th straight WTA title at the Sydney International last week Bopanna who took court soon after combined well with Romanian partner Florin Mergea to outplay the Australian duo of Omar Jasika and Nick Kyrgios 7-5 6-3 The fourth seeds play Lukas Dlouhy and Jiri Vesely in the second round Indian veteran Mahesh Bhupathi has already booked his second-round berth alongwith partner Gilles Muller while Leander Paes bowed out after a first-round loss alongside French partner Jeremy Charady yesterday PTI Mumbai: India’s star striker Sunil Chhetri says a win against Kyrgyz Republic in the upcoming match on 13 June will boost the team’s chances of qualifying for the 2019 Asian Cup Under coach Stephen Constantine India are in the middle of a seven-match winning streak "We desperately want to win against Kyrgyz Republic at home as they are the favourites and three points against them will boost our chances to qualify for the AFC Asian Cup 2019" said Chhetri on the sidelines of the AIFF Awards Night File photo of Sunil Chhetri AFP India’s last victory was a 2-0 defeat of Nepal in an international friendly The entire national team had come together to be a part of the first-ever AIFF awards night on Thursday "Kyrgyz Republic is a big hurdle for us but we are confident to qualify for the AFC Asian Cup in 2019 and the winning momentum that we have adds to it "When you win everybody is happy Winning changes things It is very important for teams to keep winning We hope to put our best foot forward" Chhetri who won the Hero of the Hero I-League Award added The recent rise in the FIFA ranking which sees Constantine’s men at 100 has made the team more determined But Chhetri wasn’t willing to read much into it "Rankings are important to some extent as there are a lot of variables at play But it is imperative for us to keep winning matches like we did against Myanmar Puetro Rico and Nepal As a player you never worry about FIFA rankings you put your head down and do the work" Gurpreet Singh Sandhu who won the award for special recognition added: "Rankings do matter but as a player our job is to concentrate on the pitch and give our best" "We can only take good points going into the match against Kyrgyz Republic We don’t have to be cocky about winning seven games in a row but aim to maintain our winning streak" Gurpreet the first-ever Indian to play in an Europa Cup match said Chhetri heaped praise on fellow forward Jeje Lalpekhlua who received the AIFF Player of the Year Award "Jeje is the best player in the country right now He has been outstanding for the country and whenever he plays we find ourselves in a comfortable position He is going to take us places" The Mizo striker has been a boon for both the club and country and even found the net against Nepal "My target right now is to win the match against Kyrgyz Republic and boost our effort to qualify for the AFC Asian Cup" Jeje stated "I contribute my performance to my hard work off the pitch and it is very important for me as well to keep scoring and help my team in whatever way possible" Meanwhile Debjit Majumdar Udanta Singh Nishu Kumar Shubhasish Bose and Lalruatthara have been released from the camp The team will be travelling to Bengaluru on 10 June for the match against Kyrgyz Republic Harare:Kusal Perera struck his maiden Test century as Sri Lanka took control of the first Test against Zimbabwe on the opening day at Harare Sports Club on Saturday Perera took advantage of two dropped catches to make an attacking 110 while Kaushal Silva scored 94 as Sri Lanka notched up 317 for four on a largely one-sided day Zimbabwe had hoped to push an under-strength Sri Lankan side in their 100th Test match and the first under new coach Heath Streak but were instead dogged by familiar problems with their fielding Kusal Perera was dismissed for 110 on Day 1 of the 1st Test at Harare AP Wicketkeeper-batsman Perera survived chances on 15 and 30 while Silva was put down on 89 and fellow opener Dimuth Karunaratne who made 56 was dropped in the second over of the match Zimbabwe did pull things back in the final hour of the day with leg-spinner Graeme Cremer picking up two wickets to close with figures of 3 for 82 With regular captain Angelo Mathews and vice-captain Dinesh Chandimal among the five players ruled out of the two-Test series by injury 38-year-old Rangana Herath led Sri Lanka for the first time in his career Having won the toss and elected to bat he watched his openers put on a stand of 123 although they could have been separated early on Zimbabwe gave a debut to fast bowler Carl Mumba making him their 100th Test player in the process and his first delivery caught the shoulder of Karunaratne’s bat only for Sean Williams to put down a one-handed effort as he back-pedalled at gully Karunaratne departed after lunch when he chipped Cremer to midwicket but that brought Perera to the crease where he quickly took the attack to Zimbabwe’s bowlers “They were bowling in good areas but my normal approach is to attack That’s my natural way” he said "I’m really happy about my first Test century" The approach did give Zimbabwe opportunities to strike back but wicketkeeper Peter Moor was unable to hold onto two thin edges — one from Silva and one from Perera — before Malcolm Waller dropped a simpler chance from Perera at long-on Perera responded with a fearsome onslaught after tea taking five boundaries off a Mumba over to race into the 70s His scoring rate slowed thereafter as Zimbabwe went into a containing pattern and Cremer had Kusal Mendis caught behind for 34 but he was still able to reach three figures in just 104 deliveries A sloppy stroke in the final half-hour of the day eventually brought his innings to a close as he drove a Cremer delivery to Waller at cover but Sri Lanka nonetheless closed the day in a strong position with Upul Tharanga on 13 and Dhananjaya de Silva on 10 “We need to take our chances because we let a few go today” reflected Mumba “If we take all of our chances tomorrow then we might get them before they reach a big score”