tadepalligudem l monday l july 26, 2021 l `7.00 l PAGES 28 l city EDITION Cold turkeys in hot Tokyo Women to the fore No tests for Tokyo returnees Athletes, officials and media returning to the country from Tokyo Olympics will not be required to produce RT-PCR negative test reports for Covid-19 before their departure from the Japanese capital, the Government of India said on Sunday. While the losses came thick and fast, the wins came in drips. The most significant being Manika Batra advancing to the third round after taking down the higher ranked Margaryta Pesotska. Mary Kom moved to the pre-quarters beating an opponent 15 years younger than her while PV Sindhu won her opening round match. Even as the weather turned hotter, India’s performances became grim, especially in shooting and hockey. Manu Bhaker’s equipment misfired in the women’s 10m air pistol. Not a single shooter qualified for the final. In hockey, the men’s team conceded seven against Australia. The women’s doubles team of Sania Mirza and Ankita too crashed out Firsts of their kind Japan skateboarder Yuto Horigome wins first ever skateboard gold while surfing made its debut on Sunday Mathe m at i c i an ’ s stunner Austria’s Anna Kiesenhofer, who holds a doctorate in applied mathematics, claimed a stunning gold in the women’s road race. Kiesenhofer doesn’t have a coach and manages diet on her known. Her CV features more academic accolades than cycling ones: a degree from the Technical University of Vienna, studies at Cambridge and a doctorate from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia. She teaches at Lausanne university. She broke away from the peloton early and took the lead unnoticed. Silvermedallist Dutch Annemiek van Vleuten actually thought she had won gold and didn’t realise Kiesenhofer raced clear to take the tape | P12 57 kg 2016 Iranian bronze medallist in taekwondo, Kimia Alizadeh, now taking part as a refugee athlete, lost in a bronze medal bout | P11 CHENNAI ■ MADURAI ■ VIJAYAWADA ■ BENGALURU ■ KOCHI ■ HYDERABAD ■ VISAKHAPATNAM ■ COIMBATORE ■ KOZHIKODE ■ THIRUVANANTHAPURAM ■ BELAGAVI ■ BHUBANESWAR ■ SHIVAMOgGA ■ MANGALURU ■ TIRUPATI ■ TIRUCHY ■ TIRUNELVELI ■ SAMBALPUR ■ HUBBALLI ■ DHARMAPURI ■ KOTTAYAM ■ KANNUR ■ VILLUPURAM ■ KOLLAM ■ WARANGAL ■ TADEPALLIGUDEM ■ NAGAPATTINAM ■ THRISSUR ■ KALABURAGI BSY left on the hook by top party leaders 30 more killed in Maha; 9 dead in HP landslide E x p r e s s N e w s Se r v i c e @ Mumbai, Chandigarh & Bengaluru Six in successor race, BJP brass to take call A n u s h a Ra v i @ Bengaluru Will he, won’t he? Even B S Yediyurappa doesn’t seem to know whether he will continue in his post or not. On the eve of his government’s second anniversary, Yediyurappa was kept waiting for the BJP’s Central leadership to decide his fate. No word had come till late Sunday night and Yediyurappa has decided to go ahead with his government’s anniversary celebrations, while being mindful of keeping the rest of Monday ‘reserved’ in case the high command gives its directive. Amid indications of an imminent change of guard in the state, the four-time chief minister made it obvious that if anybody blinks first, it would not be him. Yediyurappa, who visited rain-affected districts in the Mumbai-Karnataka region, said he would continue working as usual until he is asked to resign, repeatedly putting the onus on the BJP central leadership, while asserting that he is up for the task to continue as chief minister. “I have decided to work till the very last minute. I haven’t received any message so far. If they ask me to continue, I will. Otherwise, I will resign and work for the party I am hopeful . of getting information either today or tomorrow. I will decide on the future course of action then,” said a calm and composed Yediyurappa, speaking to reporters here. For two weeks now, Yediyurappa has been insisting that it is up to the party central leadership to decide his fate. Sources close to the CM insisted that if the party decides to replace him, then it is entirely their decision and not his. “Let me add that I will work for the next 10-15 years for the party’s welfare,” Yediyurappa said in parting as if to slay all doubts being cast on his capabilities due to age and health. In Bengaluru, hundreds of seers — mainly from the Lingayat community — congregated in a show of strength in support of the Lingayat strongman, demanding that Yediyurappa be allowed to continue as chief minister. M A N ISH A N A N D @ New Delhi Having a done a full background check on six chief ministerial aspirants, the BJP top brass is likely to initiate consultations on identifying the successor to the aging Karnataka incumbent B S Yediyurappa. With Union Minister for Home Affairs Amit Shah and BJP chief J P Nadda returning to Delhi from their respective tours of the Northeast and Goa, consultation with the top Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh leadership is likely before taking the final call. While Yediyurappa, 78, has been sharing a timeline on how the situation would unfold, the BJP leadership here is patiently watching his show of strength with the Lingayat seers. Their reading is he will not settle peacefully till a prominent position is ensured for his son B Y Vijayendra. “The BJP leadership, as part of a routine exercise, has done a thorough background check on six candidates. Five of them are B L Santhosh (national organisational secretary), C N Ashwath Narayan (deputy CM), C T Ravi (national general secretary), Murugesh Nirani and Basavaraj Bommai (both state ministers). Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Amit Shah and RSS general secretary Dattatreya Hosbole will decide on the successor. There can also be a surprise candidate on the lines of Uttarakhand’s Pushkar Singh Dhami,” said a senior BJP functionary . A senior leader said the BJP will not do anything to lose support among Lingayats at a time when the focus is to make inroads into the JD(S)’s Vokkaliga base. Nirani, meanwhile, reached Delhi, while Union minister Prahlad Joshi will be back from Karnataka. The BJP is keen for a leadership change to ensure sufficient time for the successor to find his feet. AP writes to KRMB for nod to generate power at Srisailam using floodwater E x p r e s s N e w s Se r v i c e has Suresh ion of ulapu at Audim e the utilis of t nister expedit ymen ion Mi Educat officials to fund, and pa sanitation. d r e directe aintenanc pointed fo m ap toilet to nurses salaries @ Vijayawada The Andhra Pradesh government has sought permission from the Krishna River Management Board (KRMB) to generate hydel power at the Srisailam Right Power 3 House (SRPH) 0 by APGENCO as inflows into the reservoir are on the rise. Water Resources Department Engineer-in-Chief C Narayana Reddy wrote a letter to the KRMB member-secretary explaining the situation aat und il fo SriRare sn ction to sailam and requested ahimed eg u allow APGENCO into 18utilise ,000 for ` flood water for power generation. The water level in the reservoir stood at 863.40 feet against the Full Reservoir Level of 885 feet at 2 pm on Sunday with inflows of 4,05,724 cusecs and out- 21 06 20 sday 30 Wedne l l ed Proc ure ice age Pr Pack 5,000 33 + `2 tor + `77,5 ntila Tmen Trea T deTa k, ve 1) 33 `62,5 2) 3 `42,23 st thout drug co S-C wi ate) 3) MI er (mod 83 shock `42,1 brile 4) Fe y mator Inflam e (Mild) m Syndro on Tu s rnment procedure y te gove The sta r treatment tor lamma fou included Multisystem Inf ren (MIS-C) ild for eme. e in Ch Syndrom Aarogyasri schluded s inc e YSR under th e treatment wa as per the Th ric rogyasri under Aa ons of Paediat ee, itt ndati recomme Task Force Comm s to -19 measure ve Covid wa suggest tuted to e possible third consti kle th tac seload ctive ca 40,074, A o down t e deaths 41 mor ils of 5-day ICU + stay 5-day tical non-cri V/ ug cost for NI th shoc nonght MIS-C wiwithout additionalIVdr-IG 5-day for ICU + ry 5-day tical stay bRou Ri rewith oreversupport spirato e) cri ional + addit -IG (s -C now RogyAS for IV stay enting miS eR A A C pres like ug cost non-ICU dr MIS- saki ys of d ional 7 da Ka unWater level in asillneswa(severe) + addit -IG 7 s stay + esday dam for IV m apatna visakh ing Almatti, Narayanpur and Jurala and Tungabhadra dam ew ss com Revieet on Tungabhadraindianexpre m new are full and surplussing flood water has resulted in more than 4 lakh cusecs of inflows into Srisailam. 9 “The project authoritieswhave ovid-1 ne C nt 3,6 may ce reported that 150reTMC20es 97 perbe cords uch radesh ry rate to P ndhra recove realised Ainto s,Srisailam reserion infect voir, which has only 99 TMC of flood cushion to accommodate p more than 35 TMC will be andlaint lice po ts mplain surplus,” BJP co llagadda Reddy said. st A ainAs it is going to be surplussag adre YSRC c flood water within three ing days at Srisailam, the KRMB should allow AP to utilise it for power generation, lest the precious water will go waste over the spillway gates for nobody’s benefit, he said. Reddy requested the KRMB for an early decision on the matter based on the powers vested with it. ise ict-w Distr icE sErv New cases up breakTotal Total cases New deaths deaths NDRF personnel evacuating an injured boy from a flood-affected village in Maharashtra’s Kolhapur on Sunday | PTI SITUATION GRIM With brimming dams adding to the flood problem, the situation in Maharashtra remains grim. A look 890 reaches 863.40 feet Water level in Srisailam dam stood at 863.40 feet against R tAPu the FRL of 885m AnAn pmRD 2 Ro feet at Aof fwith inflows wA R on Sunday ngStewinS DiAnA You4,05,724 cusecs and let hAm outflows of 36,059 cusecs flows of 36,059 cusecs. According to a communique from the Central Water Commission (CWC), all the reservoirs on Krishna river, includ- to ises help m prom l’s family C gir Badvel Ess Expr NEws District wada @ Vijaya Mann Ki Baat 1,53,792 2,19,348 2,000 Villages affected by flood RESCUE TEAMs People in six relief camps 43 NDRF 5 Indian Navy ONE Army 2 IndianGuard 1 Indian Air Force Coast good show YSRC wins Eluru, makes clean sweep in municipal polls E x p r e s s N e w s Se r v i c e @ Vijayawada The ruling YSRC has bagged the Eluru Municipal Corporation (EMC) by winning 47 of the total 50 divisions. With the victory, the YSRC has made a clean sweep, winning all the 12 municipal corporations that went to polls on March 10. Counting of votes in the EMC election could not be taken up on March 18 along with other municipal corporations and 75 municipalities and Nagar Panchayats that went to polls, due to legal hurdles. The High Court had recently cleared the hurdles and allowed the State Election Commission to declare the EMC poll result. Of the total 50 divisions, YSRC candidates were elected unanimously in three divisions. Amid tight security, the counting of votes was held at CRR Engineering College in the town on Sunday. It was YSRC show from the first round of counting and by the end of the day the party bagged 44 out of the , 47 divisions. The TDP could manage to win just three divisions, while the BJP-Jana Sena combine drew a blank. 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Let knock youtell you why The Coach an essential are on success failures step towards 13 Page COACH CALLING READSHA Available OFF KICK the towards we contribute How canof football in India? x growth us @Xpress_ede on Too! WhatsApp 29990 +91 73580 queries will answer The Coach and career on life, education in your also send (You can contest replies) selfies and CHECK US OUT ONLINE! Tweet to Drop us a line. Post answers and pictures on our facebook page ail.com edexlive@gm edexlive.com REFOLLOW mentioned and that my work has helped our State take a step forward,” he said. With being in the spotlight after Mann Ki Baat, he explained how this has motivated him furthermore to help farmers of AP even more. “I find myself getting exhausted often. But now, I am happy and motivated. I am glad that people are not only talking about me but also farmers in the State,” he said excitedly . The IMD on Sunday issued orange and yellow alerts predicting heavy rainfall, thunderstorm in MP, while Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh and Kerala, too, received rains throughout the weekend Praneeth is a software engineer, who provides daily weather updates on his social media handles. He has been doing this for close to a year, during which he has helped several farmers based in Andhra Pradesh take informed decisions that enabled them cultivate suitable crops and reap a good yield. A weather enthusiast and as someone into meteorology, Praneeth took the best of skills and education and put it into learning and subsequently providing wellP4 crafted weather updates. On a day 30 more deaths were reported from the rain-affected districts of Maharashtra, the government on Sunday quantified the total loss, saying 228 people have died, while 100 are missing so far. A majority of the casualties and fatalities were recorded in the Konkan and western regions. Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar said floodwater has not receded from areas and evacuation operations are still on. Guardian minister of Kolhapur Satej Patil said that the situation was very grim. “We can provide food to the marooned people, but arranging fodder for the animals is a ma- jor challenge. On Sunday Rad, haanagari dam’s five gates were opened after it attained full capacity .” Meanwhile, nine persons died and three more were injured in rain-triggered landslides in Himachal Pradesh’s Kinnaur district on Sunday. The deceased – part of 11-member tourist group – were passing through Batseri on Sangla-Chitkula road when massive boulders started raining down on their vehicle from the mountaintop. Another landslide led to a bridge collapse on Baspa river, triggering a shower of boulders, leaving several vehicles damaged. The series of landslides led to a tailback even as rescue teams mounted operations. 51 villages in WG, 36 in EG remain submerged Vijayawada: Though Godavari floods have started receding at upstream Bhadrachalam, 51 villages in West Godavari and 36 villages in East Godavari have still remained submerged. The first flood warning was issued at Dowleswaram Barrage downstream of Polavaram, with flood discharge crossing 10 lakh cusecs on Sunday express read Telangana’s Ramappa temple gets UNESCO World Heritage Site status Hyderabad: It was a moment of glory for India and Telangana when the 44th session of the World Heritage Committee included the iconic Kakatiya Rudreshwara (Ramappa) temple at Palampet in Mulugu district, built in the 13th century, in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites on Sunday. As the news broke out, Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed his P5 joy over the temple getting world recognition. 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