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Meal for two: Rs 2500 (including taxesexcluding alcohol)Address: 30 A1st FloorHauz Khas VillageContact: 40591823 For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsReggio Emilia:The relief was palpable on Wednesday after Ciro Immobile kept Italy’s World Cup campaign on track despite an unconvincing 1-0 qualifying win by the four-time champions over Israel A shell-shocked Azzurri needed to hit back hard after falling to a 3-0 defeat to Spain in Madrid on Saturday which all but ended their hopes of automatic qualification to the tournament in Russia Ciro Immobile celebrates scoring Italy’s first goal with team mates Reuters But Giampiero Ventura’s side was jeered off the pitch in northern Italy after a poor first half on Tuesday night before Lazio striker Immobile broke through eight minutes after the break to edge them closer to the play-offs The front pages of the daily newspapers echoed the sense of relief from "San Ciro" in Corriere dello Sport to "Italy slight recovery" in La Gazzetta dello Sport The "apocalypse" scenario of Italy failing to qualify for the World Cup voiced by Italian football federation president Carlo Tavecchio had abated "Ciro Immobile saves Italy and mortgages the play-offs" continued Corriere dello Sport La Gazzetta were scathing of the "slow and dull Azzurri" but took heart from the play-offs being a step away with one point needed from the last two qualifying games As Spain top Group G after routing Liechtenstein 8-0 Italy consolidated second place six points clear of third-placed Albania who were held 1-1 by Macedonia "It’s another small step forward" said Ventura "We’re almost in the play-offs which is what everyone expected at the time of the draw It’s not a surprise it’s normal With a good result in Spain we could have toppled the predictions" Italy without the injured Giorgio Chiellini and suspended Leonardo Bonucci were far from convincing after their demolition by Spain Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Marco Verratti was slated for another weak performance as he picked up a yellow card that rules him out against Macedonia in October Winger Antonio Candreva who delivered the crucial cross for Immobile to head into goal hailed the win as "an important achievement" "The KO of Madrid hurt and maybe there was a psychological block But we reacted and remain a team who have done great things" said Candreva Alongside Candreva and Immobile new Chelsea defender Davide Zappacosta received praise after being drafted in after the Santiago Bernabeu flop "The loss to Spain made us understand many things and we know we have to work as a team" said Zappacosta "The play-off goal is very close and we know we have to go to the World Cup We are focused on this" Veteran captain Gianluigi Buffon defended Ventura’s much-criticised tactics "The boss has experience and must do what he believes he feels he is following a certain kind of game and we must follow him with confidence" added the 39-year-old ahead of qualifying games against Macedonia in Turin and Albania away in October The International Olympic Committee (IOC) is unlikely to overturn world athletics’ ban on the Russian track and field team at theupcomingRio de Janeiro Games IOC Vice-President John Coates said on Saturday The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) on Friday unanimously upheld its ban on Russian athletes competing at international competitions due to state-sponsored doping IOC vice-president and Australian Olympic Committeechief John Coates Reuters Russia has cried foul over the ban and President Vladimir Putin said he hoped for an "appropriate response" from the IOC Coates said he would be "very very surprised" if the IOC moved to overturn the ban at a summit on Tuesday in Lausanne where the Olympic body is due to discuss the matter "It’s an international federation’s right to suspend a national federation and I don’t think we would overturn that at all" Coates one of the IOC’s most powerful officials told reporters in Melbourne IAAF President Sebastian Coe said on Friday his governing body had the last word on athletes’ eligibility to compete at international events Coates on Friday described Russia’s anti-doping and athletics authorities as "rotten to the core" but offered some hope that individual Russian athletes might compete at Rio if they could show sufficient evidence that they were clean He said that the IOC summit in Switzerland may "set some guidelines" on how such athletes might have recourse to appeal the blanket ban Coates also president of the Australian Olympic Committee said the national body supported the ban Kunshan: Indian women’s team settled for a bronze medal after suffering a 0-3 defeat at the hands of defending champions China in the semi-finals of the Uber Cup badminton championship on Friday After top shuttlers Saina Nehwal and P V Sindhu went down narrowly against their respective opponents in the two singles match Jwala Gutta and N Sikki Reddy also bit the dust in the first doubles ending India’s campaign Indian women had scripted history in the last edition when they won a historic bronze in New Delhi and they repeated the feat this time at Kunshan Sports Center Stadium PV Sindhu in action at the Uber Cup Image courtesy: BWFBadminton The team who assured themselves a bronze after 3-1 win over Thailand yesterday needed a magical performance to tame 13-time champions China at home but unfortunately the miracle did not happen A lot was riding on Saina and Sindhu being India’s best shuttlers but despite their best efforts they could not give India a positive start Starting the proceedings once again Saina played out of her skin before losing 15-21 21-12 17-21 in a thrilling match that lasted an hour and four minutes It was her eighth successive loss to Li The last time Saina had beaten the Olympic champion was in 2012 Indonesia Open Coming into the match with a 4-5 head-to-head record against Shixian Wang Sindhu went full throttle before suffering a 13-21 21-23 in a 50-minute match It was her fourth consecutive loss against the World No 6 Down 0-2 in the five-match rubber Jwala and Sikki tried their best before capitulating 6-21 6-21 against Tian Qing and Zhao Yunlei in 25 minutes Earlier in the first singles Saina blew a 10-6 lead in the opening game before entering the break with a slender 11-10 lead which Li erased and eventually pocketed the game In the second game Saina erased a 2-6 deficit early on to break off at 8-8 and then reeled off nine straight points to bounce back in style In the decider the duo fought tooth and nail before the Chinese marched ahead from 13-13 to shut the door on Saina In the second singles Sindhu was no match for Shixian in the opening game as the Chinese zoomed ahead from 3-3 and never looked back In the second game Sindhu had a healthy 18-8 advantage but all of it vaporised as Shixian crafted her way back in the contest and caught up with the Indian at 20-20 But in the end it was the Chinese who had the last laugh Tokyo: Top Indian singles shuttlers Saina Nehwal Parupalli Kashyap Kidambi Srikanth and HS Prannoy all progressed to the second round of their respective categories after notching up contrasting victories in their openers at the $275000 Japan Open Superseries here on Wednesday Though second seed Saina progressed to the Round of 16 the possibility of facing compatriot PV Sindhu next vanished as the tall and lanky shuttler lost her women’s singles opener Ajay Jayaram and B Sai Praneeth went down in their men’s singles first round matches at the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium File picture of Parupalli Kashyap AFP Olympic bronze medallist Saina took off well as she had a clean 21-14 22-20 victory in 42 minutes over Thai Busanan Ongbumrungpan The World Championship silver medallist will next take on Minatsu Mitani of Japan who accounted for the loss of Sindhu beating the two-time World Championship bronze medallist 21-13 17-21 21-11 in exactly an hour World No1 Saina has a 5-2 advantage in career meetings over the Japanese having also won the previous two encounters but Minatsu will have the home crowd rooting for her on Thursday Reigning Commonwealth Games champion Kashyap had to work the least as his match lasted only two minutes before his Japanese opponent Takuma Ueda retired when the Indian was leading 3-2 He will next take on friend and compatriot Srikanth for a place in the men’s singles quarterfinals Third seed Srikanth on the other hand had an easy match against Scott Evans beating the Irish 21-18 21-15 in 34 minutes In the only official match between the two Indians in the past Kashyap came out on top in the final of the India Grand Prix Gold in January beating Srikanth 23-21 23-21 Later Prannoy beat Hong Kong’s Wong Wing Ki Vincent 23-21 22-20 in 49 minutes and will next face South Korean Lee Dong Keun in their first ever career meet Lee progressed to Round 2 after beating Sai 23-21 21-10 in 52 minutes Danish Seventh seed Viktor Axelsen also took care of Mumbai’s Jayaram with a 21-10 21-10 victory in less than half an hour Women’s doubles specialists Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa also had to bite the dust but not before giving a tough fight to China’s Zhao Yunlei and Zhong Qianxin The eighth seeds won 22-20 18-21 21-13 in 54 minutes In the other women’s doubles opener Japanese top seeds Misaki Matsutomo and Ayaka Takahashi eased past Pradnya Gadre and N Sikki Reddy 21-6 21-17 in little more than half an hour IANS Remarkable for a film of such condition. 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