“We have showcased Bengal as an investment destination. We are looking forward to huge investments here. Some investments had already poured in. There are job opportunities and more are being created. In the past six years, we have created 81 lakh jobs in the state,” she said at Netaji Indoor Stadium here.
Pune civic administration officials say they are aware of problem, but rules do not allow them to deny anyone admission to the ground. On many occasions, athletes cannot do regular practice or use these special tracks due to the crowds, which includes people taking walks, children and hundreds of aspiring policemen.
Mexico and Venezuela each finished with seven points from their three matches but ‘El Tri’ had a superior goal difference.
The Romanians were crestfallen to lose 2-1 to hosts and favourites France in the dying moments of the tournament opener.
Jordan Speith the Masters and U.S. Open, missed a playoff at the British Open by one shot, was runner-up at the PGA Championship.
Australia scored 265 for 7 after batting first. West Indies in reply rode on Samuels’ 92 to achieve the target with 20 balls to spare.
Italy began Brazil 2014 with a win over England but 1-0 defeats to Costa Rica and Uruguay saw them exit the World Cup at the group stage.
Eduard Bezuglov said that inspectors came to the Russian camp on three occasions during the build-up to Euro 2016, testing 10 players at a time.
Michael O’Neill led the tributes for the fan who, according to officials, fell on his head on a stone beach after scaling a seafront railing.
Belgium manager Marc Wilmots lamented his side’s night to forget in Lyon as they lost 0-2 to Italy in their Euro 2016 opener.
English FA chairman Greg Dyke has written to UEFA expressing worries after French prosecutors said 150 Russian hooligans clashed with England fans.
Italy made the most of the chances that fell their way against Belgium in Lyon to bring their Euro 2016 campaign off to a resounding start.
Hungary are expected to struggle in Group F which also includes Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal and Iceland.
A win over England would guarantee Wales a place in the last 16 and pile huge pressure on Roy Hodgson’s side.
Iceland sent shockwaves through the football world when they advanced to the European Championship.