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11000 door-knocks per week across the state Very little stops them from going out every day “We’re asking people to vote against Katie McGinty” Ed Saterstad a 37-year-old part-time AFP employee said to the man who’d answered the door Bob Ryan Saterstad began a short survey portraying McGinty as liberal and bad for Pennsylvania asserting for example that her energy policies would raise prices Saterstad chronicled Ryan’s responses on his tablet Less than a minute later Saterstad concluded “After hearing all this about Katie McGinty does that make you more likely or less likely to support her” Ryan chuckled “I wasn’t going to support her anyway but less” Ryan later told a reporter no one had yet knocked on his door to talk about the presidential race It’s just as well Asked for his thoughts on it he sighed heavily “I just can’t believe it’s the best we can do” said the Republican-turned-independent “I think Trump’s a disaster and I think Clinton is a pure political opportunist I’m aghast that that’s the best we can do let’s put it that way” He wasn’t sure if he’d cast a vote for president But if he does vote he said it’ll be for Toomey For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shivani Naik | Mumbai | Published: February 16 2012 5:55 am Top News The national badminton juniors had eluded her all these yearsso there was a sense of satisfaction when Tanvi Lad cornered it in her final year in the juniors The 18-year-old beat Saili Rane – an opponent for all of her teenage years – 21-1721-16 in the finals of the Junior Nationals at Jaipur from February 8-12 Having ticked this boxthe city girlthough has been handed lessons in tenacity when she lost her match to aditi Mutatkar at the Senior Nationals in Bangalore In the coming yearLad will play on fewer days on the sparseseniors circuitbut significantly tougher matches now In this interview with Sportslinethe spunky girl speaks of the tribulations of chasing that elusive juniors crown as well as the demands that will be made on her as she makes the full-time transition from juniors to seniors What does this Juniors title mean to you It was pending for a long time I’d won All-India titles beforebut this one had eluded me This was the last year of my junior careerso I needed to win it this time I’d missed the National Juniors last year because of a stress fracture; the year before that it was some other mishap It had become a sort of a jinx How will you describe the final I’ve been playing against Saili (Rane) since our u-13 days I was expecting a tough matchbecause we’ve always played good matches when facing each other My coach Uday Pawar was sitting for my matchesso I could effect the tactical corrections he suggestedimmediatelyso that was an advantage In the matchI was leading throughout and had gone up 13-7 in the first game She came up to 13-allbut I managed to regain the lead What helped me win was my retrieval and ability to keep more shuttles in playand the fact that I was a steadier player on that day How challenging do you reckon will be the transition from juniors to seniors I have been playing on the Seniors circuit for a whileso I’m getting used to the challenges Essentially the difference is that players at that level are more experienced and mature Tactically they are stronger Alsothey don’t spare you once they have you in their grasp There are matches in juniorswhere you fall back and still pull off a win But it becomes very difficult at the top level in seniors Recently I played against Aditi Mutatkar at the Senior Nationalswhere I led 17-10 in the third game I lost that match 23-21 – lost a match I should have won But I’d been unduly hasty and suffered defeat because of that I should’ve been steady How different will your Seniors competition calendar look now that you’ve crossed the u-19 circuit The seniors circuit nationally is quite staggeredand not as packed as the juniors calendar I’ll start charting out a programme for the next year What are the significant changes needed when you make that jump from juniors to seniors Aspects like improving pace and power are like an ongoing process Tactically you need to learn to play the right game at the right time Coach’s son Anand has been playing on the international circuit for a whileso my coach knows what it takes to plan and play accordingly in the current scenarioand we’ll chart out a schedule of training and competition Rate yourself on a scale of 10 in these aspects Physical Fitness 8 on 10 Tactical sense 7 on 10 Mental fortitude 9 on 10 Perfection in preparation 85 on 10 Grasping coach’s inputs 85 on 10 How did you celebrate the juniors title Several players from Uday Pawar’s academy did well at the junior nationals Harsheel Dani won the u-17 titleand another pair of Kaushal Dharmamer and Vighnesh Devlekar made the doubles finals Sowe had a sort of a celebration dinner in Jaipur As a junior champdoes the prospect of competing against the Chinese in the future – near or distant – scare you How do you view the challenge against the most dominant badminton nation Actuallyif you watch them it doesn’t scare you anymore or seem so difficult We’ve played a few of them at the Junior Asians and worldsand no doubt they are very good But Indians have been able to compete with them Alsoit wouldn’t help to look at it as an uphill taskand one without hope What’s striking about the Chinese is their pace and aggression and ability to retrieve They are like rubber bandsand have the sharpest strokes and hardest smashes Are academics a huge juggle I’m studying in FYBComand currently prepping for the finals The new semester system makes it more difficult with continuous assignments demanding attention as much as competitions Who are your role-models Rafael Nadal’s a big hero I relate to him in the sense that I too enjoy training very hard and pushing the limits In badmintonit’s the face of Indian badminton – Saina Nehwal I really admire her mental tenacity and ability to retrieve What are your goals for the next 2-3 years One step at a time First I need to plan out my training I’ll definitely work on my international ranking which is currently 150 I want to eventually make it to the Top-10but realistically that will take another 3-4 years It’s a long journey For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBerlin | Published: December 31 2015 11:19 am German Chancellor Angela Merkel with other European leaders during the EU summit in Brussels Belgium on Thursday Oct 15 2015 (AP Photo) Related News Chancellor Angela Merkel in her New Year’s address today asked Germans to see a record refugee influx as “an opportunity for tomorrow” and urged doubters not to follow racist hate-mongers The past year – when the top EU economy took in over one million asylum seekers – had been unusually challenging she said in a pre-released text of the speech also bracing Germans for more hardships ahead But she stressed that in the end it would all be worth it because “countries have always benefited from successful immigration both economically and socially” With a view to right-wing populists and xenophobic street rallies she said “it’s important we don’t allow ourselves to be divided” “It is crucial not to follow those who with coldness or even hatred in their hearts lay a sole claim to what it means to be German and seek to exclude others” Merkel has earned both praise and criticism at home and abroad for her decision to open Germany to a record wave ofrefugees about half from war-torn Syria Germany took in almost 11 million asylum seekers this year five times last year’s total the Saechsische Zeitung regional daily reported yesterday citing unpublished official figures Merkel faced with opposition in her conservative camp and popular concerns about the influx has vowed steps to reduce numbers next year Her plan involves convincing other EU members to take in more refugees so far with little success and an EU deal with gateway country Turkey to better protect its borders Merkel said that “there has rarely been a year in which we were challenged so much to follow up our words with deeds” She thanked volunteers and police soldiers and administrators for their “outstanding” accomplishments and “doing far far more than their duty” Looking to 2016 she said “there is no question that the influx of so many people will keep demanding much of us It will take time effort and money” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Washington/london | Updated: May 6 2016 7:01 pm Britons will vote in a referendum on June 23 on whether to leave the 28-member EU a momentous decision with trade investment defence and political ramifications that stretch far beyond Britain’s borders (Source: Reuters) Related News Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said on Thursday he thought Britain would be better off out of the European Union the opposite stance to that taken by his likely rival Hillary Clinton and by many political leaders around the world Britons will vote in a referendum on June 23 on whether to leave the 28-member EU a momentous decision with trade investment defence and political ramifications that stretch far beyond Britain’s borders “I would say that they’re better off without it personally but I’m not making that as a recommendation – just my feeling” Trump said in an interview with Fox News television adding that he wanted Britons to make their own decision Share This Article Related Article “I think the migration has been a horrible thing for Europe A lot of that was pushed by the EU” he said without providing any specifics Initial reaction to Trump’s comments which went further than what he had previously said on the subject was muted in Britain where the focus was on the incoming results of local and regional elections Given Trump’s controversial statements and his negative image in the eyes of many Europeans including Britons it is not clear whether his endorsement would be good bad or indifferent for Britain’s “Leave” campaign A spokesman for the campaign declined to comment US President Barack Obama made a passionate intervention in the EU debate during a visit to London last month saying EU membership magnified Britain’s role in the world and made it more prosperous Obama warned Britons their country would find itself “in the back of the queue” for a trade deal with the United States if they voted to leave the EU The “Remain” camp led by Prime Minister David Cameron has repeatedly said that none of Britain’s significant allies wants it to leave the bloc On Thursday Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe became the latest foreign leader to say it would be better for Britain and its allies if it remained in the European club After Obama’s intervention the “Remain” campaign published an advertisement with side-by-side photos of Obama smiling and Trump with a distorted facial expression and a finger in the air The slogan read: “Obama thinks the UK is stronger in Europe Trump thinks the UK should leave Europe Whose side are you on” The image suggested that the official “Remain” campaign viewed Trump as repellent to British voters A spokesman for the campaign had no immediate comment on Friday WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News During a recent weekend push in Bucks County, ripping apart all the technical equipment in its lower part and also the overhead wire on upper side. 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