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Rebel Hearts ? pictwittercom/2Bft21hp9e — Madonna (@Madonna) July 3 2016 Madonna also posted a picture of a litter-strewn river and wrote “Imagine this is where your water comes from @shofco is working to change this in Kibera Africa’s largest slum(sic)” Imagine this is where your water comes from @hope2shine is working to change…http://tco/MUBwjxrT64 pictwittercom/cArKpWfriu — Madonna (@Madonna) July 3 2016 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: February 16 2016 1:25 am Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis Related News THE MAHARASHTRA government plans to work towards shaping the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) as an ‘economic capital region’ ramping up infrastructure and creating employment opportunities across the urban agglomeration Senior industry leaders like Yes Bank Managing Director Rana Kapoor Cisco Systems Executive Chairman Dinesh Malkani GVK Power & Infrastructure and Vice Chairman Sanjay Reddy among others discussed Mumbai’s potential and challenges at the ‘Make in Mumbai’ seminar The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) had organised the event with the state government to showcase Mumbai as a financial commercial and entertainment hub to domestic and international investors as part of the showpiece ‘Make in India’ week Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said “All projects that we will implement are planned towards making the Mumbai Metropolitan Region the financial capital region of India We have a comprehensive mobility plan which we will update for seamless connectivity throughout the region” He mentioned projects such as the Sewri-Nhava Sheva Mumbai Trans Harbour Link the Navi Mumbai International Airport and Naina the influence area around the airport that will be a conglomeration of 22 smart cities as catalysts in the development of MMR Share This Article Related Article The chief minister also expressed a need to stress on ‘Built in Mumbai’ to rope in developers and create large affordable housing projects saying it is unfortunate that a large aspiring population cannot afford decent houses even for Rs 1 crore “Built in Mumbai should be a massive campaign to construct affordable houses What is hindering this is the way we are doing business We need to deregulate and create seamless systems” Fadnavis said Fadnavis also said that there is ample interest among investors in the International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) that the government is looking to create in Mumbai’s Bandra Kurla Complex “I have already received one call saying whenever there is an IFSC I should reserve 20 floors in that investor’s name such is the interest Although Mumbai is not the first IFSC no other location has the advantage that Mumbai has” Fadnavis said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPV Sindhu cemented her position as a dominant force on the world stage with an Olympic silver medal while Saina Nehwal continued to battle with injuries in a year which saw Indian badminton take giant strides at the global platform File photo of PV Sindhu at the Rio Olympics Reuters It turned out to be a watershed year for Sindhu who reached the upper echelons of world badminton with a silver medal at the Rio Games – an achievement also for her mentor and chief coach Pullela Gopichand who became the only Indian coach to produce two Olympic medallists On the other hand for the first part of the year it was Saina’s battle with injuries which dominated the headlines even though she was considered to be the best bet for India at Rio The Indian ace fought against time to recover from an Achilles tendon injury and went on to win the Australian Super Series Despite her two bronze medals at the World Championship Sindhu meanwhile was considered one of the hopefuls but not a serious contender for the gold medal partly because of her early exits from tournaments in the run-up to the Games But the Olympics had contrasting fates awaiting the duo While Saina exited in the second round and later it came to light that she had a bone chip floating inside her knee area Sindhu went on to become the first Indian shuttler to win a silver at the Games and with the feat she finally stepped out of Saina’s shadow In the months after that Saina underwent a surgery in Mumbai and spent a long time in rehab while Sindhu basked in her Olympic glory Besides the Olympic feat Sindhu also etched her name in history books becoming only the third Indian to win the China Open her maiden Super Series Premier title and then reached the finals at Hong Kong Open and finished as semi-finalist in her debut World Super Series Finals at Dubai "It has been a fantastic year for me because winning a medal at the Olympics is a big achievement It’s a dream come true Also I always had in mind that I wanted to win a Super Series title and that also was fulfilled (at the China Open)" Sindhu said "Definitely the aim is to become No 1 I have achieved my career-best six so I am really very happy I wish this can continue and I can continue improving further" Besides Sindhu’s meteoric rise Saina clinching the Australian Super Series and K Srikanth reaching the quarterfinals at Rio and winning the Syed Modi International championship at Lucknow HS Prannoy bagging the Swiss Open Grand Prix Gold at Basel were the highlights of the year in which Indian badminton achieved unprecedented success In men’s singles Sourabh Verma recovered from a long injury lay-off to bag the Chinese Taipei Grand Prix and finish runners-up at the Bitburger Open B Sai Praneeth also won his maiden title at the Canada Grand Prix and Sameer Verma crowned himself the senior national champion before finishing runners-up at the Hong Kong Open and Ajay Jayaram finished runners-up at the Dutch Open Grand Prix Indian badminton also made new breakthroughs in the season gone by with the men’s doubles pair of Manu Attri and B Sumeeth Reddy winning the Canada Open and becoming the first Indian men’s pair to qualify for the Olympics The mixed doubles combination of Pranaav Jerry Chopra and Sikki Reddy also had a memorable year as they won two Grand Prix titles at Brazil and Russia and finished runners-up at the Scotland Open The young Ruthvika Shivani Gadde also claimed the women’s singles title at Russia as India continued to tick the right boxes The Indian women’s team clinched a bronze medal for the second time after suffering a 0-3 defeat at the hands of defending champions China in the semi-finals of the Uber Cup at Kunshan in May While Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa also made it to the Olympics for the second successive edition the year saw the celebrated women’s doubles pair split early last month and pair up with Manu and Sikki respectively for women’s doubles and mixed doubles respectively There were also others such as Commonwealth Games champion P Kashyap and Glasgow bronze-medallist RMV Gurusaidutt who battled throughout the year to get back to full fitness Fitness issues also spoilt the performances of Srikanth who suffered an ankle injury at Japan Open and was ruled out for the rest of the year and Prannoy who had recovered from a back issue and toe injury only to hurt his back again during the Macau Open "It’s been a challenge year for men shuttlers Many of them have played many tournaments trying to qualify for the Olympics that actually somewhere made dents in their fitness" Gopichand said "We had Sameer and Saurabh Verma do well They could have been more consistent but they all have played very well in different times and it augurs well for Indian badminton Hopefully we will get consistency (in future)" he said The final Grand Slam of the year gets under way on 28 August in New York and it promises to be one of the most dramatic events in recent time Like the Big Apple the US Open has a chaotic flashy and electric vibe — the night sessions under lights the flamboyant outfits and the gruelling hard courts make for a thrilling two weeks While the French Open and Wimbledon were unpredictable and open because there were no clear-cut favourites the US Open’s intrigue stems from a very strong field on the women’s side Each of the top six seeds has a case for them to be considered as a genuine contender And to add to the drama there is an eight-way battle for the WTA top spot at the final Slam of the season Here’s a deep dive into the women’s draw with predictions for who could emerge from each quarter: Top quarter Karolina Pliskova heads the top quarter of the women’s draw The Czech player made the final of the US Open in 2016 with gutsy wins over Venus and Serena Williams and then followed that up with the most consistent 12 months on the tour that saw her clinch the World No 1 ranking Karolina Pliskova is the top seed and is defending runner-up points from 2016 Reuters Pliskova opens her campaign against Magda Linette of Poland but shouldn’t face much trouble in her opening week Zhang Shuai who made the Australian Open quarters in 2016 and France’s Kristina Mladenovic are her potential opponents in the third and fourth rounds respectively Mladenovic had a brilliant run in the first six months but has faded away since the French Open The second-highest seed in Pliskova’s quarter is 2004 US Open champion Svetlana Kuznetsova who is seeded eight The Russian made the quarters inCincinnati in the North American hard court season but has a tricky draw to tackle in New York Kuznetsova faces the dangerous Marketa Vondrousova in her opening round and also has 26th seed Anett Kontaveit former No 5 Lucie Safarova big-serving CoCo Vandeweghe and the crafty Agnieszka Radwanksa looming in her section If Kuznetsova makes it through to the quarter-final we may be treated to yet another three-set thriller between Pliskova and her First round match to watch out for:Safarova vs Kontaveit Semi-finalist prediction:Pliskova Second quarter Fourth seed Elina Svitolina and defending champion Angelique Kerber sit on opposite ends of the second quarter Svitolina is enjoying a breakthrough year this season with five titles to her name and after winning the warm-up event in Toronto she is definitely one of the favourites at the Flushing Meadows Elina Svitolina is enjoying a breakthrough year with five titles to her name but can she bring that same form to a Grand Slam Reuters However Svitolina has struggled to translate her incredible form from the WTA events to the Grand Slams She made the quarters at the French Open this year but has failed to reach the second week of the hard court Majors in her career Standing between her and a fourth-round appearance are Daria Gavrilova who just won her first career title at Conneticut on Saturday; 17th seed Elena Vesnina and the ferocious Madison Keys If she manages to get past these difficult potential opponents it’s likely that either Kerber or French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko would be waiting for her in the quarter-final Kerber seemed to have found some confidence at the Wimbledon where she was ousted by eventual winner Garbine Muguruza but then had a tough hard court season with only one win over two tournaments Ostapenko on the other hand continues to exude self-belief and fearlessness regardless of her opponent or the event While her high-risk style of tennis may not always pay off it makes her a potent threat Her path may cross with Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova another ball-basher who could string together a deep run at the US Open This section of the draw promises plenty of intriguing clashes but Svitolina’s solid play could see her survive this loaded quarter First round match to watch out for:Kerber vs Naomi Osaka Semi-finalist prediction:Svitolina Third quarter The third quarter is the one that looks the toughest on paper Fifth seed Caroline Wozniacki and Wimbledon champion Muguruza are the two highest-seeded players in this section It also features seven-time Major champion Venus two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova French Open quarter-finalist Caroline Garcia Wimbledon semi-finalist Magdalena Rybarikova Australian Open semi-finalist Mirjana Lucic-Baroni and Washington champion Ekaterina Makarova Garbine Muguruza is playing with a lot of freedom and composure and is one of the favourites for the US Open title Reuters Wozniacki has had a decent warm-up run before the US Open with a final and quarter-final appearance at Toronto and Cincinnati respectively The courts of the Flushing Meadows have always brought out the best in the Dane – this is the Slam where she has performed the best with two finals and three semi-final appearances (including in 2016) here Venus is the only female player to have made two Slam finals in 2017 and despite her poor performances at Toronto and Cincinnati she will be a formidable force in front of her home crowd Kvitova hasn’t had the ideal return since her hand surgery but she if gets a couple of easy wins under her belt she could pose trouble for the other seeds in this quarter Muguruza’s painful loss at the French Open at the hands of Mladenovic in the fourth round seemed to have been a turning point in her career Since that loss she has been playing with a lot more freedom and composure which helped her win her second Grand Slam in July and the Cincinnati Open a week ago The Spaniard has the weapons to outhit any opponent on the women’s tour and she is in red-hot form With so many dark horses and contenders this is a tough quarter to make a prediction for but one can’t help but be tempted toback Muguruza to come through First round match to watch out for:Alize Cornet vs Heather Watson Semi-finalist prediction:Muguruza Bottom quarter When the women’s draw was announced on Friday in Manhattan it was the unveiling of the bottom quarter that drew the loudest gasps from the audience Second seed Simona Halep was drawn to face five-time Grand Slam champion Maria Sharapova in the first round The Russian had been given a wildcard into the main draw and hence was a dangerous unseeded floater but few people were expecting such a high-profile first round Simona Halep is the second seed but has been dealt one of the toughest first rounds – against Maria Sharapova AP In fact the last time Sharapova and Halep met at a Grand Slam it was in the final of the Roland Garros in 2016 The Romanian has never beaten Sharapova in six meetings but this could be her best chance for a win Sharapova has struggled since returning from her doping suspension and has only won six matches over four tournaments If Halep gets past Sharapova she has a relatively easy draw She could run into sixth seed Johanna Konta in the quarter-final and have a shot at avenging her heart-breaking Wimbledon loss Had Halep won that encounter in July she would have been the World No 1 However for Konta to reach the last eight she will have to overcome a landmine-ridden path – the Brit faces a potential third round against dark horse Julia Goerges and one of 21st 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