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Dolby

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    10/04/87
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    India
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    Mehul Agrawal
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  1. Nice to see an Indian among champions in Greco-Roman. Even if competition is not A level, it means a lot for Indian Greco wrestlers.
  2. Yesterday results were declared here. In a historic result, the ruling coalition came back with even bigger majority. BJP (principal party of ruling coalition) won 303 seats and along with allies won 355 seats out of 542 seats. Rahul Gandhi, president of main opposition party INC and belonging to Nehru-Gandhi family, lost from his family stronghold of Amethi as well (though he did win from another seat). A large number of INC heavyweights including 9 ex-chief ministers lost as well. This is only the third time that a PM has been able to get back to back majorities in India (After Jawaharlal Nehru in 1952, 1957 and 1962 and Indira Gandhi in 1967 and 1971). In a clash of Olympians, Olympic Silver medallist Rajyavardhan Rathore of BJP defeated Olympic finalist Krishna Poonia of INC in Jaipur Rural. Another Olympic medallist, Vijender Singh of INC lost as well while Cricketer Gautam Gambhir of BJP won in different seats of Delhi.
  3. In India, we have 7 national parties (parties who have won a minimum number of votes/seats in atleast 4 different states), around 50 state parties which are confined to a state or two. Apart from these, there are another 50 odd parties which contest polls regularly but are unable to meet the minimum requirements. And after that we have 1000+ parties which are registered but don't contest polls regularly. And at the time of elections, apart from all these parties, we have a large number of independents contesting as well.
  4. 2x2x400m Relay Shuttle Hurdles Relay Source
  5. Arokia Rajeev I agree is a long shot. Seema is a mystery, she doesn't take part in many competitions and hence I am not very confident about her having a high ranking. Nayana James and Neena are good enough for a medal at Asian level but I don't see them crossing 6.82. I expect us to have 5-6 race walkers in total. Gopi and Nitendra are indeed long shots for Marathon. Sadly, I don't see any chance for Suriya and very very low chances of Anu.
  6. Thanks for the info. When did this happen. I had not seen her participate for some time but thought she was just recovering from injury.
  7. Baha'i have a penchant for grandeur. Check the Baha'i temple in India https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lotus_Temple
  8. Already qualified: Irfan KT (20km walk) Very high chance of qualification: Neeraj Chopra (Javelin), Hima Das (400m), Other race walkers, 4x400m Mixed Relay, 4x400m Women's Relay, Dharun Ayyasamy (400mH), Decent chance of qualification: Mohd. Anas (400m), Jinson Johnson (800m and 1500m), 4x400m Men's Relay, Tejaswin Shankar (High Jump), Murali Sreeshankar (Long Jump), Tejinder Toor (Shot Put), Someone in Men's Javelin, Lalita Babar (300m SC depending on injury), Sudha Singh (3000m SC), Arpinder Singh (Triple Jump) Long shot: Manjit Singh (800m and 1500m), Avinash Sable (3000m SC), Dutee Chand (200m), Someone in Women's 400m, Annu Rani (Javelin), Swapna Barman (Heptathlon) I am sure I would have missed some obvious names, so feel free to add them.
  9. Thanks for the amazing work you have done. Welcome to the forum.
  10. [hide] Preliminary RoundMay 10th - May 21st, 2018 16 Nations, 2 Groups, the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Nations from each Group will qualify for the Quarterfinals Group A Date & Time (GMT +2) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 May 10th 2019, h. 16:15 Finland 2 Canada May 10th 2019, h. 20:15 United States 2 Slovakia May 11th 2019, h. 12:15 Denmark 2 France May 11th 2019, h. 16:15 Germany 2 Great Britain May 11th 2019, h. 20:15 Slovakia 1 Finland May 12th 2019, h. 12:15 United States 3 France May 12th 2019, h. 16:15 Denmark 2 Germany May 12th 2019, h. 20:15 Great Britain 4 Canada May 13th 2019, h. 16:15 United States 3 Finland May 13th 2019, h. 20:15 Slovakia 2 Canada May 14th 2019, h. 16:15 Great Britain 4 Denmark May 14th 2019, h. 20:15 Germany 1 France May 15th 2019, h. 16:15 United States 4 Great Britain May 15th 2019, h. 20:15 Germany 1 Slovakia May 16th 2019, h. 16:15 Canada 3 France May 16th 2019, h. 20:15 Finland 2 Denmark May 17th 2019, h. 16:15 France 1 Slovakia May 17th 2019, h. 20:15 Finland 2 Great Britain May 18th 2019, h. 12:15 Denmark 3 United States May 18th 2019, h. 16:15 Canada 2 Germany May 18th 2019, h. 20:15 Great Britain 2 Slovakia May 19th 2019, h. 16:15 Germany 2 United States May 19th 2019, h. 20:15 France 1 Finland May 20th 2019, h. 16:15 France 2 Great Britain May 20th 2019, h. 20:15 Canada 3 Denmark May 21st 2019, h. 12:15 Finland 1 Germany May 21st 2019, h. 16:15 Slovakia 1 Denmark May 21st 2019, h. 20:15 Canada 2 United States Group B Date & Time (GMT +2) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 May 10th 2019, h. 16:15 Russia 2 Norway May 10th 2019, h. 20:15 Czech Republic 2 Sweden May 11th 2019, h. 12:15 Switzerland 2 Italy May 11th 2019, h. 16:15 Latvia 2 Austria May 11th 2019, h. 20:15 Norway 1 Czech Republic May 12th 2019, h. 12:15 Russia 3 Austria May 12th 2019, h. 16:15 Italy 1 Sweden May 12th 2019, h. 20:15 Latvia 2 Switzerland May 13th 2019, h. 16:15 Russia 3 Czech Republic May 13th 2019, h. 20:15 Norway 2 Sweden May 14th 2019, h. 16:15 Italy 1 Latvia May 14th 2019, h. 20:15 Switzerland 2 Austria May 15th 2019, h. 16:15 Switzerland 3 Norway May 15th 2019, h. 20:15 Russia 4 Italy May 16th 2019, h. 16:15 Sweden 2 Austria May 16th 2019, h. 20:15 Czech Republic 3 Latvia May 17th 2019, h. 16:15 Austria 2 Norway May 17th 2019, h. 20:15 Czech Republic 1 Italy May 18th 2019, h. 12:15 Latvia 2 Russia May 18th 2019, h. 16:15 Italy 2 Norway May 18th 2019, h. 20:15 Sweden 2 Switzerland May 19th 2019, h. 16:15 Austria 3 Czech Republic May 19th 2019, h. 20:15 Switzerland 3 Russia May 20th 2019, h. 16:15 Sweden 1 Latvia May 20th 2019, h. 20:15 Austria 2 Italy May 21st 2019, h. 12:15 Czech Republic 3 Switzerland May 21st 2019, h. 16:15 Norway 4 Latvia May 21st 2019, h. 20:15 Sweden 2 Russia [/hide]
  11. My bad. I thought you were using World rankings and not race to Tokyo rankings.
  12. Don't know the method you have used but by my calculations, we have a pair in all three doubles who are in qualification place. Also, Saina is safe and it would require a really bad season for her to drop out of top 16 in rankings.
  13. Can always count on Great Britain for some points Thanks a lot United States.
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