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I had informed my senior officials and Rampur District Magistrate about the incident, he said Kaushlendra has also requested the DM to sanction a gunner for his security He came to Rampur on December 12 last year after transfer from Bijnore where he was posted as Passenger Tax Officer For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew York: Novak Djokovic’s US Open quarterfinal was suddenly tied at a set apiece and he tore off his shirt as he headed to the sideline He sat halfheartedly tried to smash his racket then began screaming Hardly the first time nor likely to be the last that Djokovic has let out a little emotion during a match Whatever gets you through the day right Gathering himself after getting pushed around a bit by an opponent with an unconventional style Djokovic wound up reaching the semifinals at Flushing Meadows for the ninth consecutive year with a 6-1 3-6 6-3 7-6 (2) victory over 18th-seeded Feliciano Lopez that finished a little after 1 am Wednesday Novak Djokovic screams in frustration after losing the second set to Feliciano Lopez AP "It was frustrating at times" the No 1-ranked Djokovic said "but this is the quarterfinals of a Grand Slam This is what you expect" For all of his success getting to the closing days of the US Open though Djokovic has one championship to show for it in 2011 His other eight major titles came at either the Australian Open or Wimbledon Still Djokovic is certainly consistent: He has now made it to the semifinals at 22 of the past 23 major tournaments "I hope I can keep on going" the Serb said On Friday he will take on defending champion Marin Cilic who was unfazed by wasting a big lead or match points while holding on to beat 19th-seeded Jo-Wilfried Tsonga of France 6-4 6-4 3-6 6-7 (3) 6-4 earlier Tuesday "A big mental fight" the Croatian called it "especially after losing that fourth set" Djokovic has never lost to Cilic winning all 13 of their matches The two men’s quarterfinals on the other half of the men’s draw are Wednesday: No 2 Roger Federer vs No 12 Richard Gasquet of France and No 5 Stan Wawrinka vs No 15 Kevin Anderson of South Africa Lopez’s loss dropped him to 0-4 in Grand Slam quarterfinals; this was his first time that far in New York He is a 33-year-old lefty who is that rare player these days who likes to use serve-and-volley tactics doing so 41 times against Djokovic winning the point 28 times Djokovic a brilliant baseliner tried serve-and-volleying twice "There were a few moments in which I had the No 1 player in the world in a tough spot" Lopez said His only break of the match came in the second set and he made it count Serving out that set he saved a break point then ended the game with an ace and pounded his chest That’s when Djokovic was soon in his chair bare-chested and bellowing Yet 40 minutes later Djokovic was back in control serving out the second set at love and capping it with a forehand winner Cilic appeared to be heading to a relatively straightforward win after taking the first two sets considering he was 47-0 in his Grand Slam career when up by that margin But Tsonga took the third set by finally converting his seventh break point of the match and then serving it out from 15-30 by taking the last three points with a pair of service winners at 131 mph and 132 mph followed by a 124 mph ace Tsonga the 2008 Australian-Open runner-up then saved three match points in the fourth set to force a fifth "Jo just came up with amazing shots" Cilic said In the last set Cilic broke at love to lead 3-2 and didn’t falter this time although he did need another two match points to close it out double-faulting on one before finally winning when Tsonga sailed a forehand long "It’s a lot of frustration of course but that’s tennis" Tsonga said Tsonga entered his quarterfinal against Cilic having held in all 56 of his service games in the tournament a streak that reached 60 before Cilic broke to go up 5-4 in the first set Cilic broke early in the second too and wound up winning three of Tsonga’s service games Tsonga helped out by double-faulting 11 times "I just served I would say very bad compared to the other days" Tsonga said Cilic meanwhile hit 29 aces and saved nine of 10 break points Cilic wore a thick brace on his right ankle which he tweaked during his fourth-round victory over another Frenchman Jeremy Chardy But it was Tsonga who appeared more troubled by an ailment wearing a thick band of tape under his left knee "I don’t really want to talk about this you know" Tsonga said "It’s part of the game unfortunately for me" AP Hamburg:President Vladimir Putin said on Saturday he expects Russian-US cooperation will improve under Donald Trump and that the American is "very different" in real life The comments came a day after the pair held talks in Hamburg their first face-to-face encounter "The Trump that you see on TV is very different than the real Trump" Putin told reporters at the G20 Summit in Germany "He perfectly understands whom he is talking to and answers questions quickly I think personal relations were established" President Donald Trump meets with Russian president Vladimir Putin at the G20 Summit AP Putin said he was positive about repairing US-Russian relations which plunged during the era of president Barack Obama "There is every reason to believe that we will be able to at least partially re-establish the level of cooperation that we need" Putin told a news conference "I very much hope (for an improvement in relations) and it seems to me that some basis for this has already been created" Putin said Putin said that in particular the US appeared to be less rigid on the war on Syria where Moscow backs President Bashar al-Assad and Washington has sided with rebel groups "It seems to me that the US position (on Syria) has become more pragmatic There is a comprehension that if we combine our efforts we can achieve a lot" the Russian president said Russia and the US have agreed to a memorandum of understanding on creating a de-escalation zone in southwest Syria from midday Sunday Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov said on Friday Lavrov said the ceasefire set to begin on Sunday would be supervised by Russian military police "in coordination with the Jordanians and Americans" Russian meddling in 2016 US elections Regarding allegations that Russia meddled in the US presidential election in 2016 Putin said that Trump in their meeting had accepted the Russian’s denials "Trump asked a lot of questions (on the issue) and I answered him It seems to me that he acknowledged and accepted (the answers)" Putin said Trump has not spoken about the meeting other than to say earlier on Saturday that it was "tremendous" According to US secretary of state Rex Tillerson who was present in the two-and-a-quarter-hour meeting Putin and Trump had a "very robust and lengthy exchange on the subject" Asked as he was leaving the news conference if Trump had accepted Putin’s denials Tillerson did not answer noting only that the two leaders "connected very quickly" and there was a "very clear positive chemistry between the two" "There are so many issues on the table. Just about everything got touched upon. Neither one of them wanted to stop" he said "I believe they even sent in the (US) First Lady at one point to see if she could get us out of there but that didn’t work either. We did another hour Clearly she failed" Trump’s wife Melania sat next to Putin at Friday’s G20 Summit gala dinner and photos gave the impression that the two appeared to hit it off Written by Dishya Sharma | Published: April 24 2013 3:42 am Related News Shriya Pilgaonkardaughter of veteran actors Sachin and Supriya Pilgaonkarcalls herself introspective and adventurous. especially for the poor." Tiwari said. De Kock said they just hoped one of them throws the wicket away.day.

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