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I am my own best friend and worst enemy,she said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tabassum Barnagarwala | Published: February 19 2017 12:01 am A place to call home: Gaurav Kamble is one of the lucky few to find a family in the same home where he was fostered for 15 years (Source: Express photo by Nirmal Harindran) Related News His adoption is the first of its kind in India where foster care is already rare and rarer still is the adoption of a 15-year-old spastic and autistic boy However Gaurav Deepak Kamble now 17 is finally settling into a new life where he has a permanent school and parents and sisters he can legally call his own He was nine months old when he was put in foster care under the Kamble family Before this Gaurav suffered rejection by several Indian and foreign couples for 15 years In 2015 the Kambles adopted him months before the Central Adoption Regional Agency’s guidelines changed making the process online They are now a family of eight “We knew no one can take better care of him than us” says Deepak Kamble 45 his adoptive father To every inquisitive neighbour he now explains how Gaurav was initially their foster child but now the adopted son “I have never seen such a case before” says Najma Goriawala consultant with the Indian Association for Promotion of Adoption and Child Welfare (IAPA) the NGO that handled Gaurav’s case In a tiny Bandra chawl the Kambles have fostered over 100 infants for over three decades Gaurav was the toughest to handle He is a hyperactive child who keeps them on their toes When he sings the chawl residents joke it will be hard to stop him “He sings while bathing We have to keep knocking to make him hurry” says Kamble with a laugh as he looks admiringly at Gaurav who is loudly singing a Sairat song his fingers drumming a tabla Deepak’s mother Mathura Kamble 65 began foster care in 1983 to earn an extra living after her husband retired from the army with an injured leg Her first foster child was Raju who had skin infection “But I took good care of him I already had three children so I knew how to manage infants” she says She would foster a baby for a few months who would eventually get adopted and a new orphan would come to them In 2000 IAPA placed nine-month-old Gaurav under her foster care Till then Mathura had fostered children with HIV heart ailments and disabilities Most were adopted abroad With Gaurav however they had to encounter challenges like never before He would lie in one place unable to move and wail His eye balls would roll over showing only the whites and Deepak’s four daughters would get scared Along with IAPA the Kambles visited paediatric doctors and started a daily two-hour session of physiotherapy for him Mathura remembers missing her mother’s funeral for his session “His growth depended on it” the sexagenarian says Doctors had predicted that Gaurav would never be able to move around Spasticity causes a muscle control disorder Furthermore he suffered from autism “I decided to help him till he lives” Mathura says She would massage him twice a day dig a sand pit and cover him so that he would struggle to move his musclesWhen he turned three he showed visible development His movements and speech improved – he would play with Deepak’s daughters and with other foster kids Kambles looked after The family and the NGO then started his speech and occupational therapy In the ninth standard now Gaurav says he wants to become a singer or a runner when he grows up (Source: Express photo by Nirmal Harindran) Between 2000 and 2014 IAPA showed his profile to several couples “But he was rejected everywhere” says Savita Nagpurkar IAPA’s adoption in-charge In 2006 Mathura’s daughter and Deepak’s sister Sujata found a special-needs school in Pune for Gaurav Three years later he shifted with her “My sister got trained as a special educator for Gaurav There was a different level of attachment with him” Kamble says People would ask “Ye kaun hai(Who is he)” and the Kambles would say “our son” Though they knew he would go one day It was only when he turned 14 and the Child Welfare Committee stepped in to suggest he be put under permanent institutional care “By then we knew no one would adopt him” Nagpurkar says The Kambles feared Gaurav’s development would reverse at a children’s home The decision to adopt was instant Usha Kamble 40 his adoptive mother and Deepak’s wife smiles “We could not part with him” On January 23 2015 Gaurav stood in the sessions court The judge asked him his name and he said for the first time “Gaurav Deepak Kamble” His adoption wasn’t without its hurdles though He could not be adopted under the Hindu law since he was over 12 years so they applied under the Juvenile Justice Act “I call them what I called them from the start — papa mummy and aayi” Gaurav says He discusses politics cricket and Olympics with great interest He is hyperactive though and requires daily medication to calm him down “I have been scolded only once” he says “I had taken my friends and sisters to a river in our village in Satara Papa searched for three hours When he found us he took out his belt to hit” Gaurav’s day starts at 7 am and he attends school from 1130 am onwards He cycles for two hours to channelise his extra energy “At night I play football with my cousin” he says The family claims he never sits calmly “He bosses over us” younger sister Hetal chips in Gaurav is in class IX now and regularly travels between Pune and Mumbai for his education “I want to become a singer or runner” he says adding that he did not know what his future would be like until his adoption Gaurav has been one of the few to get a foster home as most orphans are put in institutional care until their adoption Awareness in India is still low about foster care For instance the IAPA has only 10 foster families in Mumbai “I want to set up an organisation that helps such children some place that employs autistic people” says Kamble who has a small travel business Gaurav’s adoption has became a story of not just inspirational social work but of love and pride for their chawl “The day Gaurav was adopted the judge offered chocolates to the family That has never happened before” Nagpurkar says For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | New Delhi | Published: March 27 2011 2:49 am Related News Call me Jack bhai? A similar principle, They don? There was a time when touring teams were allowed at least four-five first-class matches before going into the opening Test of a series.the Chinese People’s Liberation Army plans to conduct live ammunition exercises during June 30 to July 5 in roughly the period when US and South Korea will be conducting their joint anti-submarine exercises. However, She was part of the conclave that Kejriwal had organised to discuss the issue of collective federalism.we have come to know that the government is going to concede the Telangana demand.We have lodged a criminal case against the contractor under Contract Labour Act for starting work without taking required licence from the office of the Labour Commissioner, an official said For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: November 11 2013 12:27 am Related News The UT Administration has constituted an eight-member board of inquiry and hearing that would look into the suggestions and objections raised about the draft Master Plan 2031 The members of the board will give their objections and recommendations within one month The board would be headed by chairman of Housing Board Satya Gopal The other members would include retired IAS officer K S Sidhuformer mayor Ravinder Pal Singhthe Municipal CommissionerIT SecretaryChief ArchitectChief Engineer and Chief PlannerMinistry of Urban Development The draft Master Plan was notified on July 11 this year Thereaftersuggestions and objections were received from the city residents as well as associations The residents who had filed the objections would be given a chance to explain their point of view to the board For thisa public notice would be issued For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pragya Kaushika | New Delhi | Published: June 15 2013 1:31 am Related News Pasting a notice on a structure considered illegal by the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) proved to be a daunting task for the civic body The notice had to be pasted at the site where the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) proposed to build a memorial to the victims of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots But NDMC officials were scared of stirring a row with the guards at the site inside Gurdwara Rakabganj At the same timethey felt it would be unwise to take police cover before entering the gurdwara to paste a warningasking the DSGMC not to build without permission After long and detailed deliberationssenior officials of the NDMC came up with an ingenious plan A team of four members were selected to paste the notice These men were then made to practice how the job could be done in the least possible time and without any friction with the guards An NDMC official said healong with a driver and two staff membersrehearsed the whole procedure – of running to the structurequickly pasting the noticeclicking a photograph for proof and then sprinting back to an already moving car to avoid any clash – for hours at a stretch It sounds funny nowbut thenwe were worried of the likely consequences So we rehearsed A staffer would hold the notice which would already have glue on it Another would carry the days newspaper to provide proof that the notice was pasted on that date The driver and I would wait in the car and keep the engine running After pasting the notice and taking a photographthe other two would sprint back and jump into the car With rigorous practicewe managed to pull off the entire exercise in 13 seconds?
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The T20 series that follows will start at?Ranchi (October 7) Guwahati (October 10) and Hyderabad (October 13) The BCCI will make an official announcement about two weeks before the tour opener and is awaiting clearance on its two new venues in Guwahati andThiruvananthapuram The BCCI has had to take into account other changes as well One instance of it is that Bangalore was supposed to host the second ODI on September 21 and is now hosting the fourth ODI on September 28 ESPNCricinfo reports that the fixtures are likely to be made official in “a day or two” according to a top BCCI official Prior to the series Australia are also scheduled to play a warm-up fixture in Chennai on September 12 Australia had toured India earlier in the year for a four-match Test series They won the first match but went on to lost the second and fourth to lose the series 2-1 For Australia the limited overs tour of India precedes the Ashes that is set to begin in November For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsChandigarh: Former Miss India and actor Gul Panag today joined Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and will be its candidate for Lok Sabha polls from Chandigarh a place where she was born and describes as her "family’s home" Panag said that the country is at the threshold of change which is being led by AAP and Arvind Kejriwal Gul Panag AFP "There is a time in every country’s history when staying on the side-lines is no longer an option We are on the cusp of transformational change in the country that is being heralded by AAP and Arvind Kejriwal" the 35-year-old actor said Panag was declared the AAP candidate by party’s senior leader Manish Sisodia at a chaotic press conference here After comedian Bhagwant Mann who is party nominee from Sangrur Lok Sabha seat Panag is the second celebrity fielded by the AAP in the region Earlier comedian Jaspal Bhatti’s widow Savita Bhatti was declared as the AAP candidate from Chandigarh seat but she opted out of the race after reportedly failing to sync with local party activists Panag said that Chandigarh is "plagued" with the same issues — dynastic politics corruption crony capitalism — which the entire country is facing these days Panag’s father Lt Gen (retd) H S Panag had joined the AAP last month She also described herself as a city girl to downplay the claims that she is a paratrooper selected by the AAP as she has no longer association with the city and lives in Mumbai "My roots are in Chandigarh It’s been my family’s home since my grandfather Colonel Shamsher Singh settled here in 1965 It’s where I grew up studied and it’s where my family lives "I am delighted to be able to have an opportunity to contribute so directly to the welfare of my people and the country" she said She also appealed the youth to join politics "One must be part of the politics in the country to cleanse it" she said urging people "to join AAP’s movement to secure the future of next generations in the country "I cannot sit as neutral and be a fence watcher.to bring change in the country one need to jump into the political battle field" Panag said "If your conscious says you can bring change then certainly you can do so" she said Born into a second generation armed forces family in Chandigarh in 1979 Panag has studied and lived across various cities in India due to her father’s frequent transfers She recently returned to Chandigarh to complete her Masters in Political Science from Punjab University Chandigarh Sisodia welcomed Panag to the AAP fold in the media interaction where heated arguments took place between AAP activists journalists and some outsiders who sought clarifications from the AAP leadership over party’s ideology Panag who has also participated in the India Against Corruption movement said that she feel honoured that she is contesting as an AAP candidate for the Chandigarh seat Panag has worked for gender equality addiction awareness education employment and disaster management She also started her own NGO — The Colonel Shamsher Singh Foundation The Foundation also runs an online volunteering portal the ‘Social Outreach and Accreditation Program’ As an actor she played powerful characters in Hindi films like Dhoop Dor Manorama Six Feet Under Straight and most recently Punjabi film Sikander A serial half-marathon runner Panag is the brand ambassador for ‘Pinkathon’ an all-women’s marathon that seeks to promote healthier lifestyle among women and raise awareness for breast cancer On her joining the politics Panag said that "I chase dreams with a motive to achieve something" Her message to the youth was "chase dreams and you will achieve something" She rejected assertion that she was not commoner but a celebrity "I am an actor and after doing acting I reached here (joined politics)" she said The main political parties Congress and BJP are yet to announce candidate for the Chandigarh seat At present Congress’ Pawan Kumar Bansal is sitting MP from the city Earlier Sisodia met AAP workers in the city and came along with Panag to the press conference here to declare her as the party nominee Before Panag could reply a volley of questions from media there was a total chaos with AAP activists journalists and some outsiders shouting at each other AAP activists raised slogans at the venue and Sisodia left after introducing Panag to the media PTI By: PTI | Kochi | Published: October 23 2017 12:56 am Spain have qualified for the semifinals in the FIFA U-17 World Cup (Source: File) Related News Spain coach Santi Denia on Sunday praised his players for producing a near perfect performance in their 3-1 win over Iran to enter the semifinals of the FIFA U-17 World Cup in Kochi “I believe we did the job almost perfect we needed with the team like Iran Of course it was very important for us to qualify for the semifinals” Denia said at the post match press conference “We knew it was important to begin the match very well We had chances to score the second goal in the first half And in the second half we knew you have to move forward in the field to give us more to attack them” he added Asked about his strategy for the semifinal match against Mali in Navi Mumbai on October 25 he said “We work to have ball possession most of the time We move the ball forward that is the idea I want to think for any match” “Of course there is room for improvement We are still conceding goals We have to improve From tonight onwards we will start to work for the next game” He said he will know about the injury status of Sergio Gomez — who scored one goal today — tomorrow Iran coach Abbas Chamanyan conceded that Spain deserved to win as they were the better side “I must congratulate Spain for qualifying for semifinals I am so happy that we played five games here in the World Cup It was a good opportunity for our players and staff We are here to learning a lot about world cup football It will help us in future” he said Talking about today’s match Chamanyan said “We did not start quick and well We were not in good attacking position in the first 20 minutes of the game” he said “Unfortunately we conceded goals We must not forget that Spain is excellent and high quality team Our players showed all the quality until the end of the game of 90 minutes Asked if his team was too defensive to start the game he said “We did not have a quick start in the first half Our players are still young In the second half they played hard Our big problem today was the coordination between the defenders and the attackers” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by A Kameshwari | New Delhi | Published: December 11 2016 3:12 pm Shah Rukh Khan’s Raees trailer has a glimpse of Sunny Leone Related News Ever since the trailer of Shah Rukh Khan-starrer Raees was released people cannot stay calm about how great the actor looks in his mafia avatar And if after him it is someone who has stolen the limelight then it is SRK’s dialogue exchange with the very talented Nawazuddin Siddiqui and the subtle romance with Pakistan actor Mahira Khan While all three character fill in the category of romance revenge and full-on paisa-vasool drama Sunny Leone’s short glimpse fills the glamour quotient – and yes it just cannot be missed The actor who has always set the temperature soaring with her dance numbers will be yet again seen shaking a leg on yesteryear’s iconic number Laila O Laila and this time the Laila is not only going to take your breath away but also make SRK dance to her beats Well yes for the first time ever Sunny and Shah Rukh will be sharing the screen space on the revamped version of yesteryear hit which starred the veteran actor Zeenat Aman It is not a long time back when Sunny Leone’s interview with a journalist saw her facing derogatory and sexist questions However she held her own and won respect for her graceful answers both within the industry and outside Also read |Raees-Narcos trailer 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If he thinks he cannot contribute to India’s cause in the World Cup, Besides being applauded for leading the team to the ICC Women’s World Cup, Xi complained in a call with Trump on Monday about a "negative" patch in relations after the US administration slapped sanctions on a Chinese bank linked to North Korea and authorised a $1.e.24 per cent of the participantsare classified as acutely poor At the upper end of the distributionie those with incomes exceeding Rs 700 per capitaare classified as relatively affluent About 20 per cent of the participants were thus relatively affluent It is surmised that this is a direct consequence of high NREGA wages (relative to agricultural wages) that weakens the self-selection of the poor in workfare In Maharashtrathe participants were overwhelmingly non-poor (7178 per cent)based on a poverty cut-off point of Rs 436 The acutely poor were a tiny fraction (about 11 per cent) while the relatively affluent were a staggering 3768 per cent Targeting in Andhra Pradesh was dismal toowith the non-poor accounting for 6950 per cent of the participantsbased on a poverty cut-off point of Rs 352 Acutely poor were a bare 9 per cent while the relatively affluent were more than a quarter (2650 per cent) of the total participants We used the distribution of days workedto analyse the skewness of the distribution of the benefits of NREGA In Rajasthanamong the non-poor participantsabout 40 per cent worked less than 30 daysabout 37 per cent worked 30-60 days and about 23 per cent worked more than 60 days Thus less than a quarter of the non-poor came close to accomplishing the legislated limit of 100 days per household Among the poora slightly lower share (about 36 per cent) worked less than 30 daysa much higher share (about 44 per cent) worked 30-60 daysand a lower share (about 20 per cent) worked more than 60 days In striking contrast to Rajasthanlarge majorities of both non-poor and poor participants (81 per cent and 70 per centrespectively) worked in the lowest range (less than 30 days) and negligible fractions (13 per cent and 060 per cent) in the highest range (more than 60 days) So more than moderately high shares worked in the middle range (30-60 days)with the share of the poor (about 30 per cent) just under twice as high as that of the non-poor (over 17 per cent) So the markedly lower participation of the poor was partly compensated for by the longer participation of a segment In Andhra Pradeshdistributions of days worked were similar between the poor and non-poor Just under half in both cases (about 48 per cent of the poor and about 46 per cent of the non-poor) worked less than 30 dayswell over one-third (about 36 per cent and 38 per centrespectively) in the middle range of 30-60 daysand remaining moderate shares in the highest range (more than 60 days) Whether NREGA made a difference to the poor can be assessed in terms of poverty outcomes In the three districts of Rajasthan in the samplethe head-count poverty index registered a reduction of 5-7 percentage points; in Maharashtraa reduction of 2 percentage pointsand in Andhra Pradesh of about 9 percentage points In conclusionwhile far from impressiveNREGA is not an unmitigated failure Raghbendra Jha is Rajiv Gandhi Chair Professor of EconomicsAustralian National University; Raghav Gaiha is Professor of Public PolicyFaculty of Management StudiesUniversity of Delhi; Shylashri Shankar is Senior FellowCentre for Policy ResearchDelhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: February 13 2017 5:41 pm Virat Kohli got to his century in 131 balls (Source: File) Top News Virat Kohliyet again scored a century this time in the standalone Test that India are playing against Bangladesh at Hyderabad This is Kohli’s 16th century in the longest format of the game The Indian skipper got to the three-figure mark in 131balls India vs England Live Score Kohli had come to the middle to join Murali Vijay after the departure of Cheteshwar Pujara He made his intentions clear when he smashed the very first ball he faced for a four He went on to share a 54-run partnership with Vijay with the majority of the runs coming off his bat Vijay in the process got to his century himself before bheign dismissed by Taijul Islam A flick through mid-wicket for four and @imVkohli brings up his 16th Test ton @Paytm Test Cricket #INDvBAN pictwittercom/F4NIUzeI26 — BCCI (@BCCI) 9 February 2017 Ajinkya Rahane who came in next stood by as Kohli strutted his stuff Kohli’s century is hence part of a …- run partnership with Rahane for the fourth wicket India had lost KL Rahul in the very first over with just two runs on the board But Pujara and Vijay reinforced the foundations for India and put on 178 runs for the second wicket Pujara looked prime for a century of his own before being dismissed by Mehdi Hasan Miraz For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsRichard Gasquet stunned fourth seeded French Open winner Stan Wawrinka 6-4 4-6 3-6 6-4 11-9 to set-up a Wimbledon semi-final clash against defending champion Novak Djokovic It will be 21st seed Gasquet’s second appearance in the semi-finals eight years after his first But he will have his work cut out to beat Djokovic who has an 11-1 career record over the Frenchman Richard Gasquet celebrates after beating Stan Wawrinka during their men’s quarter-final match at Wimbledon AFP Gasquet had a chance to wrap up the quarter-final in the ninth game of the decider when he was just two points from victory But despite Wawrinka clawing his way back the 29-year-old claimed victory on a third match point when for once the Swiss star’s fabled one-handed backhand let him down It was tough on Wawrinka who fired 22 aces and 73 winners but was undone by 48 unforced errors "It was tough and I made some mistakes He had big confidence after Paris and I had to fight I really wanted to win It’s a great feeling as it’s a big match" said Gasquet On tackling Djokovic the Frenchman added: "It will be tough but I’m happy with how I’ve played today and I’ll try to play my best again against the best player in the world" Gasquet took the first set on the back of a break in the seventh game But Wawrinka bidding to make the last four at Wimbledon for the first time at the 11th attempt hit back in the 10th game of the second to level the tie The 30-year-old swiftly moved two sets to one to the good courtesy of a break in the fourth game of the third But with victory in sight a double fault on set point his first of the tie allowed Gasquet to send the quarter-final into the final set decider By: AP | Rio De Janeiro | Updated: August 9 2016 8:30 pm Michael Phelps will be competing for his 20th gold medal of his career when he competes for20m butterfly (Source: Reuters) Top News When Michael Phelps decided to come out of retirement he circled one race in particular on the Olympic schedule The 200-meter butterfly At the London Games in what was supposed to be his Olympic farewell Phelps was leading as he came to the wall in the stroke he does better than anyone But he mistimed the finish glided a little too long and was edged by Chad le Clos That result has irked Phelps ever since On Tuesday night he’ll get a chance to make amends against the South African Call it the Rematch in Rio “Should be a fun race” Phelps said Le Clos knows he’ll be facing the most decorated athlete in Olympic history a highly motivated rival still at the top of his game as he showed in leading the United States to a stirring victory in the 4×100 freestyle relay But Le Clos isn’t backing down “May the best man win” he said “I’ll race my heart out” A pair of Hungarians could also be part of the mix Tamas Kenderesi posted the fastest time in the semifinals edging out Phelps and five-time Olympic medalist Laszlo Cseh put up the third-fastest time Le Clos was fourth not bad considering it was the back end of a grueling double coming less than an hour after he claimed silver in the 200 freestyle “Of course there’s a huge rivalry between Michael and myself” Le Clos said “I race to win and I want to beat Michael” Television cameras caught Phelps with a serious game face before the semifinal swim as he stared in the direction of Le Clos a moment Twitter users immediately flipped into memes poking fun at Phelps’ intensity Phelps will be going for the 20th gold medal of his career but the South African has plenty of motivation too His parents both battling cancer are cheering him on in Rio “It’s been very difficult to say the least the last few months” Le Clos said “When you swim for something greater than yourself it can help you to achieve great things” Phelps will actually have two chances for gold on Tuesday He will also be part of the 4×200 freestyle relay a race the Americans have won at the last three Olympics The US will have a good shot at another gold in the women’s 200 free with Katie Ledecky looking to make it 2-for-2 in the longer freestyle events She already crushed the world record in the 400 free in addition to anchoring the Americans to a silver medal in the 4×100 free relay Ledecky was second in the semifinals behind Sweden’s Sarah Sjostrom gold medalist in the 100 butterfly “It’s only a semi” Ledecky said “It’s the third round that counts” Ledecky and Sjostrom aren’t the only women dominating at the pool Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu became the first two-time swimming gold medalist at the Rio Games with a victory in the 100 backstroke She’ll be favored for a third gold in the 200 individual medley having obliterated the world record in the 400 IM American Maya DiRado and Britain’s Siobhan-Marie O’Connor who was fastest in the semifinals appear to be the most serious challengers to the “Iron Lady” Phelps also took aim at swimmers linked to doping an issue that has been at the forefront on the heels Russian doping scandal Harsh words have been directed as athletes such as Yulina Efimova and Sun Yang who previously served doping suspensions Phelps joined the chorus of those demanding a clean competition “You’re probably going to see a lot of people speaking up more I think something needs to be done” he said “It’s sad that today in sports in general not just only swimming there are people who are testing positive who are allowed back in the sport _ and multiple times “It breaks my heart and I wish somebody would do something about it” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: July 15 2016 12:34 pm At their Mumbai reception Divyanka Tripathi and Vivek Dahiya yet again slayed with their looks Top News Divyanka Tripathi and Vivek Dahiya got married in a royal wedding ceremony on July 8 in Bhopal The wedding was followed by a grand reception for their family and friends on July 10 in Chandigarh And then the newly-wedded couple partied with their friends from TV industry in Mumbai on Thursday (July 14) Looking gorgeous? “I was very excited at that moment; in fact, In older adults, which may turn out to be a gamechanger.which looked inspired by pop diva Madonna’s ‘Like A Virgin’ ensemble.
7-6 (8/6) to Lukas Kubot and Marcin Matkowski of Poland.said dissolution of elected bodies like MCI.