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For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMoscow: Two Russian athletes said Sunday they have appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport to overturn the IAAF’s ban on the Russian team competing in Olympic track and field The IAAF track and field’s world governing body on Friday upheld a suspension of the Russian team imposed in November after a World Anti-Doping Agency report detailed widespread state-sponsored doping Race walkers Two Russian athletes appeal to overturn IAAF ban ahead of Rio Olympics Denis Nizhegorodov and Svetlana Vasilyeva argue that a ban of the entire team is unfair punishment Representational image AP Nizhegorodov an Olympic silver medalist in 2004 says "competing at the Olympics is the main goal and main honor We will get that right" in comments on agent Andrei Mitkov’s website "Now they want to take away my chance to compete at the Olympics even though I haven’t done anything to cost me a place in Rio" Vasilyeva said "From bitter experience I understand that you can’t wait and hope for a good result you have to act" Both athletes say they reject an IAAF measure that would allow some Russian athletes to compete under a neutral status rather than the Russian flag if they can show they are clean and have been tested regularly by a reputable testing authority outside Russia "I’m a citizen of Russia a great sports power I don’t agree with competing under the Olympic flag" he said The appeal does not have the blessing of the Russian track and field federation which says it has yet to receive the full text of the IAAF’s decision "No one at the federation has any connection to this" spokeswoman Alla Glushchenko told The Associated Press in a text message "We’ve started work with lawyers In any case you have to receive the official IAAF ruling and we don’t have it yet" Russian race walking is among the events most seriously affected by doping Russia voluntarily withdrew its walking team from last year’s world championship over doping concerns Nizhegorodov comes from a training center that has seen over 30 doping cases including several for Olympic champions and where senior officials have been banned for organizing drug use He was threatened with losing his Olympic bronze from 2008 after a retest came back positive but was cleared when the "B” sample did not correspond with the original finding The appeal by Nizhegorodov and Vasilyeva came as IAAF President Sebastian Coe defended the decision to ban Russia saying it should not be seen as an attempt to stop clean Russians from competing "We did not make a decision on clean athletes" Coe wrote in an article for Britain’s Sunday Telegraph newspaper "We evaluated a system and a culture within which all athletes in Russia are competing A tainted system that cast doubts on every athlete who is part of it" Coe also provided further details on an IAAF program to allow a select few Russians to compete if they have been based outside the country with testing from a rigorous foreign anti-doping agency "Some of them made the tough personal decision to get out and are now training in systems that are effective and safe" Coe wrote "It is these athletes we believe should be offered the opportunity to compete not for Russia but for themselves and for all clean athletes" The International Olympic Committee has convened a summit for Tuesday to discuss the issue but said in a statement Saturday that it supported the IAAF ruling Russian pole vault world record holder Yelena Isinbayeva said that next week’s Russian national championship would be the last competition of her career if the ban is not lifted in time for the 34-year-old athlete to go to Rio "If IOC won’t allow us to participate in the Olympic Games it will be my final (competition) in the career" she wrote on Instagram Isinbayeva is a two-time Olympic gold medalist and won bronze in 2012 By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: October 17 2015 2:57 am Ajay Maken Related News Hitting out at the Centre and the state for failing to control price rise Delhi Pradesh Congress chief Ajay Maken Friday said the party will burn effigies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal a day after Dussehra in protest Maken said the symbolic effigy burning will take place on October 23 in all 70 constituencies across the capital “People will burn effigies of Raavan while the Congress will burn ‘two-headed’ effigies of ‘inflation’ representing Modi and Kejriwal in all 70 constituencies in Delhi” said Maken Share This Article Related Article He added that neither the BJP-led Centre nor the AAP-led Delhi government had taken any steps to check the price rise of pulses and vegetables “They have allowed prices to go up uncontrolled The measures being taken now are only knee-jerk reactions to the issue while people have been left to bear the brunt of this” he alleged Maken said prices of essential commodities would not have “hit the roof” if timely action had been taken against hoarders “…There is also a question mark about the purchase of onions at a higher price from the open market as the minister concerned has been removed for corruption” he added ENS For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: December 26 2015 2:18 pm “I love how things ar sensationalised out of context Standing and taking pics with Sunny Leone makes me look bad cause she is stunning Lol” Priyanka Chopra tweeted Related News Actress Priyanka Chopra who will next be seen in Prakash Jha’s forthcoming film “Jai Gangaajal” says that standing next to the former Indo-Canadian adult film star Sunny Leone makes her look “bad” as the latter is “stunning” “I love how things ar sensationalised out of context Standing and taking pics with Sunny Leone makes me look bad cause she is stunning Lol” Priyanka tweeted on Friday night I love how things r sensationalised out of context Standing and taking pics with @SunnyLeone makes me look bad cause she is stunning Lol — PRIYANKA (@priyankachopra) December 26 2015 Earlier this week it was reported that the “Quantico” star did not wish to be photographed with the “Jism 2” actress Sunny who is prepping up for director Milap Zaveri’s upcoming sex-comedy “Mastizaade” where she will perform a double role said she “feels the same” about Priyanka “I feel the same about you darling” Sunny told Priyanka in a tweet “Media can be mean sometimes They just wish it was them taking pics with you Lol xoxo” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai:Star South Africa batsman Hashim Amla today said his team would not take Afghanistan lightly in their must-win Super 10 Group 1 game of World T20 on Sunday especially after the "minnows" good show with the bat against Sri Lanka Afghanistan had posted a competitive 153 for seven which Sri Lanka chased down in 185 overs but not before surviving some anxious moments "We can’t take any team for granted Saw the way Afghanistan played against Sri Lanka (in the first Super 10 game) We don’t take them for granted at all We know we have to play our best cricket The shorter the format the more chances a minnow team has of upstaging a strong team" said Amla at the pre-match press conference "They are a good team have been playing some exciting cricket We don’t take them lightly" he added South Africa meanwhile were stunned by England in their tournament opener here last night despite setting a huge 230-run target but Amla said that the best eleven had been put on the park and yet the team lost Hashim Amla GettyImages "The team yesterday is still the best team and us scoring 229 (for six) was pretty good in this type of ground I think I know that the captain always tried to play best 11 suited to the venue" he said Asked if his team was satisfied with the final score it had posted after a great start Amla retorted by saying: "Can you ever be satisfied with what score you get" Amla top-scored for South Africa with 58 off 31 deliveries while Quinton de Kock hit 24-ball 52 putting on 96 together for the opening wicket in 71 overs "We do enjoy batting with each other We have different styles We complement each other and have managed to get our team off to good starts" said the 32-year-old He praised Joe Roots (44-ball 83) for the manner in which he snatched the game away from South Africa "The time he came in and set up (the win) was pretty good The way he controlled and accelerated it was a special innings He played some great shots and put some pressure on us" said Amla Amla said the Wankhede Stadium track looked to be pace-friendly more than assisting spin bowlers and also felt that most teams would opt to chase "There is pace on the wicket I don’t think spin makes too much of a difference "Some of the games you have seen.toss is I won’t say crucial but in Mumbai most teams chase At other places the teams look to bat first I don’t think it is a crucial factor 230 was a very good score May be we lacked in basics" said Amla PTI New Delhi: Cricket’s global governing body has received a thumping mandate from its members to proceed with a broad restructure aimed at curbing the dominance of the "Big Three" – Australia India and England The sweeping changes were passed in a unanimous vote during a meeting at the International Cricket Council (ICC) headquarters in Dubai the governing body said in a statement Thursday The shake-up amends the ICC’s constitution and financial structure so that revenue is more equitably distributed among members and less power is concentrated in the hands of the "Big Three" Representative photo Reuters It reverses a much-criticised ICC decision in 2014 to relinquish more control to Australia England and India the world’s most powerful cricketing boards The restructure was agreed to in principle in February by the majority of Test playing nations – including England and Australia – but India opposed the proposal The Board of Control for Cricket in India stands to lose $277 million revenue over the next eight years under the changes with more flowing to minor Test nations and associate members like Ireland and Afghanistan "This model was passed 13 votes to one" the ICC said in a statement "A revised constitution was also approved by 12 votes to two" it said adding the changes would be put to the ICC in June for adoption Despite India’s opposition to the reforms it was a former BCCI boss who was instrumental in pushing through the changes ICC chairman Shashank Manohar who was asked by the council to defer his resignation last month to see the reform package through declared it "another step forward for world cricket" "I am confident we can provide a strong foundation for the sport to grow and improve globally in the future through the adoption of the revised financial model and governance structure" he said The ICC also underscored its commitment to returning international cricket meets to Pakistan as long as safety is ensured With the exception of Zimbabwe no international nation has toured Pakistan since a terrorist attack on a Sri Lankan team bus in Lahore in 2009

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