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(Source: AP) Top News James Anderson says he will accept the advice of England’s security experts when it comes to deciding whether he should tour Bangladesh. The remaining 20 percent reported bad experiences while travelling in buses and trains and interacting with their neighbours. Peshawar, import and transport of all kinds of plastic carry bags in the city. they were blissfully unaware of the significance of the date on which they decided to visit the restaurant.Six years have passed since February 13 2010 the day when a bomb blast ripped apart German Bakery or GB as it is popularly known and changed it forever “Is it the sixth anniversary of the blast here I would never have known There are absolutely no signs here I think it’s better this way” said Seema Charak a young professional The new management of the restaurant which took over a few years ago has taken the sentiments of its customers to heart Instead of holding on to the traumatic memories of the past they are building new memories and new restaurants The third German Bakery comes up in Lonavala on February 14 “We chose it because it’s the Day of Love and also signifies a fresh start after what happened at the bakery just a day prior many years ago In fact we are hoping that every year on this day we open a new German Bakery” said Kunal Udane partner and co-owner GB Share This Article Related Article At the time of the blast there was just one GB The second one came up last year at Law College while the third one opens on Sunday While there is no palpable tension in the air or nervousness about the blast anniversary on Saturday the tell-tale signs that something had happened here are visible “I think how we have changed is how we view security We don’t take any of the police instructions lightly Unlike any other restaurant entering GB is like coming into a safe zone We have metal-door frame detectors scores of high-definition CCTV cameras We store the recordings for months We have security guards and scan every bag brought inside In fact we follow the same protocol at all the GBs even the new ones that came up after the blast” said Udane However in this bid to put the negativity behind and move forward a lot has been lost in the process The bakery’s former owner and now landlord Snehal Kharose who handed over the reins of the management to Udane says it is not a shadow of its past “I have been born and brought up in this area I used to know all the regulars by name They knew me and even today I pass many of them during walks here Somehow after the GB was rebuilt about three-and-a-half years after the blast the old clientele stopped coming Earlier there used to be a majority of foreigners here People from the Osho Commune and a community of ‘regulars’ considered GB as their hang-out place Now we see a lot of Indian crowd here but I don’t see the regulars” she says Ask her which version of the GB does she prefer and prompt comes her reply “Definitely the earlier one This one is much better commercially It has a young peppy look and feel and is far better in terms of security But the old-world feel and comfort in the earlier one is what I miss It could also be due to my emotional attachment with the earlier bakery” said Kharose For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Pittsburgh | Published: February 9 2017 12:42 pm The charges against Paul Spadafora’s family members were dropped because they failed to show at Wednesday’s preliminary hearing (Source: AP) Top News Prosecutors dropped assault charges against former lightweight boxing champ Paul Spadafora for allegedly stabbing his brother and kicking his mother during a family dispute though he’s still charged with threatening city police officers who intervened and spitting on one Spadafora waived a preliminary hearing Wednesday on an aggravated assault charge – for allegedly spitting at the officer – several counts of making terroristic threats and resisting arrest stemming from the Dec 21 fracas The charges against his family members were dropped because they failed to show at Wednesday’s preliminary hearing and two prior hearings that were also postponed because Spadafora’s mother Ann didn’t show up defense attorney William Difenderfer said Difenderfer plans to seek a bond hearing next week so Spadafora can get out of jail and enter an in-patient alcohol treatment program The remaining charges will be “resolved” – the attorney didn’t say how – in Allegheny County Common Pleas Court Spadafora 41 won the vacant International Boxing Federation lightweight belt in 1999 but surrendered the title in 2003 and was charged with shooting his then-girlfriend He spent 13 months in a state prison boot camp and several boxing comebacks have been pockmarked by alcohol-related arrests “Other than some serious issues with his upbringing” Spadafora is fine and just needs help with his alcoholism said Difenderfer who has represented Spadafora in many of his legal scrapes “I love the kid” “He’s truly remorseful for what happened to the police He told me to apologize to the officer” he’s charged with spitting on “and I did” Difenderfer said Spadafora’s brother Charles Marsico told police the boxer stabbed him in the thigh that December night Ann Spadafora told police her son had come home high and began arguing with his brother Officers found cookie utensils and broken ceramic items on the front lawn and contend the boxer “assumed a fighting stance” when police arrived Spadafora told his mother he was “gonna kill” the officers police said Officers subdued Spadafora with a stun gun and put a mask on him after he spat at one officer Despite his criminal history Spadafora wasn’t on parole or probation in December In May he agreed to take anger management classes to resolve charges that he put a 63-year-old woman in a headlock at a Pittsburgh-area bar drank her beer and then threw her down when she went outside to call police in April He also pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and was fined $300 in May for another incident at a convenience store in Armstrong County A clerk told police Spadafora appeared to be drunk while holding a blueberry muffin in one hand and an opened folding tactical knife in the other and yelling incoherently Spadafora’s defense attorney in that case called it a “prank” and said Spadafora pulled the knife so he could spread butter on the muffin For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsLondon:India captain Virat Kohli defended his decision to bowl on a flat track and said a lucky reprieve for centurion Fakhar Zaman proved to be a costly one in the Champions Trophy final against Pakistan here on Sunday "Small margins can be massive but we’ve only lost a game of cricket we need to move forward and learn from our mistakes The pitch was consistent throughout we backed our strengths (to chase)" said Kohli after Pakistan outplayed India by 180 runs to win their maiden Champions Trophy Virat Kohli lost in his first ICC tournament final after succeeding MS Dhoni as India captain Reuters Zaman was batting on four when he edged one to MS Dhoni before the umpires checked that bowler Jasprit Bumhrah had overstepped Kohli also said he backed his boys to chase in the title clash "We can’t take anyone lightly but they were more intense and passionate on the day With the ball we could have had a few more wicket-taking opportunities "We tried to do out best but even with the ball they were aggressive we didn’t show any resistance apart from Hardik whose knock was outstanding" he said Despite the heavy loss Kohli had a smile on his face "I want to congratulate Pakistan they had an amazing tournament the way they turned things around speak volumes for the talent they have "They proved it again they can upset anyone on their day disappointing for us but I have a smile on my face because we played well to reach the final" Kohli added Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed was all praise for his team for staging a dramatic comeback after the loss to India in the group stage "After the India match I said to my boys the tournament is not finished yet We played very well and now we have won the final" he said On Zaman he said: "He’s a great impact player in his first ICC event he played like a champion he can be a great player for Pakistan "All credit goes to my bowlers Muhammad Amir Hasan Ali Shadab Khan Junaid Khan Mohammad Hafeez they bowled really well "It’s a young team credit goes to my boys this tournament can be a great booster for us We played like we had nothing to lose now we are champions" said Sarfraz Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur too was a happy man "It has been an up and down ride After the India game we came back superbly We knew we were better than that The whole group came together and kept believing and that was a superb thing We wanted to be a lot more consistent It has been a remarkable achievement" said Arthur Arthur said the focus now shifts to 2019 World Cup "We have got a group of young players We are on the right track everything is going right at the moment I am happy with the brand of cricket we have been playing and want to continue the momentum "We have got two years until 2019 We have got enough points and now we do not have to go through qualifying we want to work hard from here We have to identify the players we want to take forward" he added Dustin Johnson sounded an ominous warning to grand slam-chasing Jordan Spieth by outmuscling the youngster to power his way to the top of the leaderboard in the British Open first round on Thursday The 31-year-old Johnson gave an object lesson in big hitting as he bulldozed his way to a pacesetting seven-under-par 65 in becalmed early weather conditions at the iconic Fife links Dustin Johnson of the United States tees off on the 17th hole during the first round of the 144th Open Championship at The Old Course Getty Sharing second place on 66 are fellow Americans Zach Johnson and Robert Streb South African Retief Goosen 1999 champion Paul Lawrie of Scotland England’s Danny Willett and Jason Day of Australia Spieth bidding to add golf’s oldest major to his wins at this year’s US Masters and US Open tucked in two strokes behind countryman and playing partner Dustin Johnson but is all too well aware of the size of the task that could lie ahead "If DJ keeps driving it the way he is I’m going to have to play my best golf to have a chance" the 21-year-old Texan told reporters at St Andrews "It’s hard to argue with somebody who is splitting bunkers at about 380 yards and two-putting for birdie on five or six of the holes when there are only two par-fives on the course "I don’t have that in the bag so I’ve got to make up for it with ball-striking" While Johnson and Spieth were showing off their dazzling skills former world number one and twice St Andrews champion Tiger Woods looked a pale imitation of his old self as he slumped to a sad four-over 76 The 14-times major winner made a wretched start when he dunked his approach into the Swilcan Burn on the first hole and that set the tone for a litany of errant strokes "The guys have been shooting good numbers unfortunately I did not do that" said Woods after ending the day tied 139th in a field of 156 "Hopefully the conditions will be tough tomorrow and I can put together a good round and move up the board" TURNED TABLES Woods’ prayers may well be answered as the forecast for Friday’s second round is for high winds and heavy rain Johnson who suffered US Open heartbreak last month when he missed his eagle effort for victory at the final hole and eventually three-putted turned the tables on Spieth on Thursday but this was no grudge match "We are good buddies and we like playing with each other" said Johnson "We had a lot of fun out there "This venue here is one of my favourite Opens I really like the golf course and I think it sets up well for me" The contrast in styles was stark as world number four Johnson belted a series of booming tee shots while second-ranked Spieth relied on strategy deadly accurate approaches and a magical touch with the putter The youngster gave an early statement of his intent by ramming in a six-foot birdie putt at the first Spieth looking dapper in a grey sweater and white trousers continued to play smart golf and added another birdie at the second The American whizzkid trying to emulate compatriot Ben Hogan who won the year’s first three majors in 1953 showed he was human by missing from eight feet at the third before bouncing back with a birdie hat-trick from the fifth Spieth picked up another shot at the 11th but needed to caress a curling 20-foot birdie putt into the cup at the last to recover from dropped strokes at the 13th and 17th He and Johnson had the advantage of playing early in the day when the weather conditions were ideal for scoring The winds started to gust between 18 and 20 miles per hour for the late starters but it did not seem to bother Willett or Zach Johnson as the pair shot up the leaderboard Reuters Kolkata: Kolkata Knight Riders’ (KKR) strength in the Indian Premier League (IPL) this season will be their bowling long-serving all-rounder Yusuf Pathan said in Kolkata on Sunday File photo of Yusuf Pathan AFP "We have quality bowlers in this team this time We were lacking good bowling options previously But this time we have a lot of variety not only in bowling but in all departments" Pathan who has been donning KKR’s purple shirt since 2011 told reporters KKR have roped in England’s Chris Woakes and New Zealand’s Trent Boult ahead of the 2017 edition of the IPL The two-time IPL champions also have Australian Nathan Coulter-Nile in-form Umesh Yadav and Jamaican Rovman Powell among others in their pace line-up In the spin department West Indies star Sunil Narine Chinaman bowler Kuldeep Yadav Piyush Chawla and all-rounders Shakib Al Hasan and Pathan complete the list "This year we have batting all-rounders spinning all-rounders fast bowling all-rounders So when you have such players in the side adding so much variety the competition for first XI is high and it is very healthy" the 34-year-old Pathan said On Kuldeep who recently made a dream debut for India in the fourth Test against Australia returning best first innings figures of 4/68 Pathan said the Kanpur lad has a bright future "He made a great debut He has a bright future I think we will do very well with him and also with Umesh (Yadav) as he too has bowled superbly for India It will be beneficial for team" Andre Russell’s absence will be felt more in the dressing room Pathan said adding he was a great character to have in the side Russell has been handed a one-year ban for violating anti-doping regulations "We are not on the back foot (as Russell is not playing) Russell was an important cog in our wheel not only on field but in the dressing room also He is a great character to have There are situations when players miss out He will be missed in the dressing room But we have to look ahead and work with what we have" Woakes arrived last night and Pathan said the England all-rounder will strengthen the team "Obviously the team has been strengthened The team will be balanced more with him in our ranks as he bowls and bats also" On a different note Pathan who was part of India’s 2011 World Cup winning squad said the moment can never be erased out of memory on its sixth anniversary "It is a very proud moment for the entire country We won the World Cup after so long After 1983 we won it The memories will forever be fresh in our minds"steamrollered? 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