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One lift has the safety door well covered while the other lift, the next quarter saw a 5 to 15 per cent fall in rental prices, At the suggestion of blues legend Muddy Waters,A.” “Reelin’ and Rockin’” “Rock & Roll Music” “No Particular Place to Go” “Memphis” and “Sweet Little Sixteen” However Berry’s only No 1 hit was “My Ding-a-Ling” a throwaway novelty song that seemed to be a juvenile sex reference Berry’s reputation for being greedy and grouchy was evident in the 1987 documentary “Hail Hail Rock and Roll” which focused on a 60th-birthday concert that Keith Richards organized for him The filmmakers said Berry refused to show up for production each day unless given a bag of cash Berry was born Oct 18 1926 the third of six children whose father was a contractor and church deacon and whose mother was a schoolteacher They lived in a relatively prosperous black section of St Louis known as the Ville In the first of his brushes with the law Berry was sent to a reformatory as a teenager for armed robbery After his release at age 21 he worked in an auto plant and as a photographer and trained to be a hairdresser As he became a star Berry irked some in St Louis by acquiring property in a previously white area and opening his own nightclub where another legal scrape nearly ended his career At a show in Texas in 1959 Berry had met a 14-year-old Native American girl and hired her to work at the St Louis club She was later fired and then arrested on a prostitution charge which led to Berry being convicted for violating the Mann Act transporting a woman across state lines for immoral purposes He was sent to prison in 1962 for a year-and-a-half and wrote several songs while incarcerated including “No Particular Place to Go” Berry had more trouble in 1979 when he was convicted of tax evasion serving four months in prison and in the 1990s when a number of women accused him of videotaping them in the bathrooms of his restaurant-club in Wentzville Missouri While the hits did not keep coming for Berry the tributes never stopped and he continued playing a monthly show at a St Louis nightclub into his late 80s He received a Grammy award for lifetime achievement in 1984 and his 1986 induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame made him part of the inaugural class Illustrating his influence a recording of “Johnny B Goode” was included in a collection of music sent into space aboard the unmanned 1977 Voyager I probe to provide aliens a taste of Earth culture For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Published: August 25 2017 1:19 pm Mo Farah’s track career ended with a thrilling win in a sprawling four-man finish (Source: Reuters) Top News Four-time Olympic champion Mo Farah’s track career ended with a thrilling win in a sprawling four-man finish to the 5000 meters at the Weltklasse Diamond League meeting Farah avenged his world championships loss by Muktar Edris who fell over the finish line in third as just 013 seconds separated the first four men They also shared the top-four places in London two weeks ago Britain’s Farah doggedly held his lead to clock 13 minutes 605 seconds 004 ahead of Paul Chelimo of the United States who pushed Farah and Edris across the line Chelimo the worlds bronze medalist had the same time as Edris who was already stumbling and then brought down his Ethiopia teammate Yomif Kejelcha in fourth The 34-year-old Farah will switch to road races For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: October 5 2017 12:00 am Gareth Southgate has yet to name a permanent captain of the team and Kane who has filled in on a couple of occasions said it did not matter as long as everyone kept working together (Source: Reuters) Top News England striker Harry Kane is confident he will not be weighed down by the added responsibility of being named captain for Thursday’s World Cup qualifier against Slovenia at Wembley Kane who scored 13 goals for club and country last month said England had plenty of leaders in the side irrespective of who wore the armband “For me personally nothing really changes” the 24-year-old told a news conference on Wednesday after manager Gareth Southgate named him skipper for the Slovenia game “I will go out there and try and do my job for the team try and score goals and try and win the match I don’t think having an armband on your arm makes any difference to how you play or if you score goals or not” Southgate has yet to name a permanent captain of the team and Kane who has filled in on a couple of occasions said it did not matter as long as everyone kept working together “Whoever wears the armband there’s plenty of us who will speak up and try and help each other… and when things get tough we will be there for each other” he said Southgate praised Kane’s leadership but said he was happy to keep sharing the armband among different players “The important thing was when we looked at the group of players… we saw potential leaders but lads that haven’t necessarily had experience of leading” the manager said “Sharing the responsibility… I think that’s key” England need one win from their two remaining matches to seal top spot in Group F and automatic qualification for next year’s World Cup in Russia Southgate’s men travel to Lithuania for their final qualifier on Sunday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | New York | Updated: September 8 2017 2:28 pm Sloane Stephens will move to 15th if she defeats compatriot Madison Keys to win the US Open title (Source: Reuters) Related News Sloane Stephens watched January’s Australian Open from her couch a large cast on her left foot rendering her immobile and raising questions in her mind about her ability to bounce back from the injury At the US Open on Thursday those questions were answered as the 24-year-old hustled after every ball to defeat ninth seed Venus Williams 6-1 0-6 7-5 to reach her first grand slam final “I knew that it was going to be tough” she told reporters about coming back from her 11-month absence “I knew I was going to have to play my way into shape and I think I’ve done that pretty well” said Stephens who was still in a walking boot a month before she played at Wimbledon in July “I think my movement is probably what’s kind of kept me in some of these matches shockingly” The semi-final win guarantees Stephens who was ranked 957 at the end of July will rocket up the WTA rankings at the conclusion of the tournament She will move to 22nd if she loses and possibly as high as 15th if she defeats compatriot Madison Keys to win the title Footwork will be critical if she is to get past offensive-minded Keys a good friend that she describes as an aggressive “first-strike” tennis player “Obviously when you get in positions like this and you get nervous and tight for me personally I focus on my feet” she said “Just keep them moving at all times and I will be okay” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shivani Naik | Glasgow | Updated: August 24 2017 9:59 am Playing Danish Emil Holst the Chinese legend was 7-12 down in the opener (losing 21-19) and couldn’t catch up to set tongues wagging about no yin without yang and no Lee so no Dan (Source: Reuters) Related News “The fears weren’t on the tip of the tongue — at the Emirates Arena they were boomed aloud till everyone exhaled as the score finished 19-21 21-8 21-16 A day after Lee Chong Wei exited in the opening round from his 10th World Championships the stadium had begun to murmur if Lin Dan would follow him out Playing Danish Emil Holst the Chinese legend was 7-12 down in the opener (losing 21-19) and couldn’t catch up to set tongues wagging about no yin without yang and no Lee so no Dan These are nervy times for badminton which is reeling from the shock exit — and even more rattling tatters of errors — of the Malaysian superstar on Tuesday who looked as out of place as a jagged outcrop of a Scottish mountain Unlike in tennis which has seen the resurrection of Federer and Nadal this year shuttle stands edgily on the brink of losing two of its all-time greatest The Glasgow Worlds are starting to imagine a world where Lin Dan and Chong Wei would be gone though the Chinese pulled the possibility back from the brink despite going a game down Playing a 81-minute second round match — like walking a tightrope along the cliff — Super Dan eventually refused to be buzzed off by a European who was hard to put down “Of course my motivation in tournaments will always be the gold medal and here that is no different Along the way you will always have to play very hard matches so I am very pleased to come through this one” said Dan of the tough-looking hobble into the pre-quarters Rarely in control Though not a pool of errors Lin Dan’s struggle on the day was stark in just how rarely he looked in control of the match against the Dane ranked 39 While his slowness is not too apparent in shot selection or defence Dan is looking vulnerable on sheer strength as his opponents can bully him in rallies and pile the pressure on him Both in Games 1 and 3 Holst threatened to take it away from the Chinese 5-time World champion by staying bull-headed in every single rally While Lin Dan bossed the mid-game it was Holst’s audacious slashing in the decider to level at 16-all that raised doubts That the Chinese was kept on court for close to an hour and a half meant England’s Rajeev Ouseph can fancy his chances – so can everyone who lines up next And that in short is the shattering of the aura “It doesn’t get much bigger than playing the greatest player that’s ever played and in the World Championships so it’s very exciting and the pressure’s off me a bit so I’ll just try and enjoy myself and see what I can doI have to go into the match believing I can win this game there are a few chinks in his armour so I’ll believe I can win tomorrow” Ouseph said The BWF is contemplating the 11-point format that will considerably reduce the length of matches and the plan will be put up for vote in November It’s likely to prolong careers – and Chong Wei and Dan can both start dreaming of Tokyo if that comes about but these are two severely weakened legends It’s not so much their games – which carry hangovers of the sublime – but the sheer audacity of younger fitter challengers that is making this dethroning an interesting prospect Chen Long’s long taken over from Dan as the top Chinese hope but it’s opening up the draws for those like young Indian K Srikanth and Danish Viktor Axelsen to take a shot at medals On Wednesday even Emil Holst fancied his chances against none other than Lin Dan For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMoscow: Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp cut a tetchy figure during a slightly shambolic press conference in Moscow on Monday to preview his side’s Champions League game against Spartak Moscow Sound issues some peculiar questions from local reporters and a confused interpreter made for a surreal atmosphere but Klopp was also irritated by the questions he received from the British journalists present In response to a fairly lighthearted question about which Liverpool players he loves after his Tottenham Hotspur counterpart Mauricio Pochettino declared his "love" for Harry Kane the usually genial German pulled a face Liverpool team practicing under the watchful eyes of coach Jurgen Klopp Image Courtesy: Twitter @LFC "I’m really impressed that we are in a Champions League press conference and we talk about things like this I really don’t understand the business anymore" Klopp said "Yes I love the club that includes the players I love Harry too But he’s a Tottenham player I love good footballers That’s how it is" As the female interpreter sitting to his left began to translate his answer into Russian Klopp interrupted "It’s not important for Russia the question or my answer" he said "It’s just an English thing Pochettino loves Kane And who do I love That was the question It’s a waste of time" Klopp was similarly unimpressed by a query about his team’s well-documented defensive problems which have seen them concede 10 goals in their three Premier League away games to date Asked what the solution was Klopp told his audience in a hotel suite at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport "Work better together "Defence how I understand it is a teamwork thing That’s what we were speaking about I know you and your colleagues (in the media) talk about different things but I talk about the team performance "We have to defend better and that’s what we’re working on all the time" Conte insight Loris Karius who Klopp has confirmed will start in goal instead of Simon Mignolet at Otkrytiye Arena on Tuesday said he and his team-mates have been working on how to tighten up at the back "We scored a lot of goals up front and sometimes we conceded a few" said the German goalkeeper who kept goal in Liverpool’s 2-2 draw with Sevilla in their opening group fixture "I don’t think that’s just down to the defence It’s got to do with our very offensive style of play which means we sometimes take a few risks in defence "It’s worked very well for us in most of the games Some goals we had a few words about as a team I know we can defend them better "But we learned from it and we practice in training Of course we look at things and we know where we can do better in defence There’s not really any worries because I know we have the quality" Russian champions Spartak looked set to open their Group E campaign with a useful 1-0 victory away to Maribor only for Damjan Bohar to net an 85th-minute equaliser for the Slovenians Spartak’s Italian coach Massimo Carrera worked alongside Antonio Conte at Juventus and he has sounded out the Chelsea manager about how to get the better of Liverpool "We’ve discussed Liverpool with Conte" said Carrera who led Spartak to their first Russian title since 2001 last season after succeeding Dmitri Alenichev at the dawn of the campaign "It’s obvious that they’re strong and have plenty of star players in their line-up Our defence will likely have some tough times on Tuesday "But our main goal is to give Liverpool’s players no time or space" Spartak have injury doubts over Dutch midfielder Quincy Promes and Brazilian striker Pedro Rocha Madrid: Médecins Sans Frontiéres (MSF) or Doctors Without Borders on Monday urged Myanmar to grant international humanitarian organisations unrestricted and independent access to the conflict-torn Rakhine state to enable provision of humanitarian assistance to the hundreds of thousands of internally displaced people The MSF appeal comes amid an ongoing military offensive in Rakhine that was launched on 25 August after the Arakan Rohingya Resistance Army (ARSA) mounted fresh attacks on multiple government posts in the region that led to over 400000 Rohingyas fleeing to neighbouring Bangladesh Representational image Reuters "The remaining population in northern Rakhine thought to be hundreds of thousands of people is without any meaningful form of humanitarian assistance" the MSF was quoted as saying in a statement by Efe news According to the statement in central Rakhine around 120000 internally displaced people (IDPs) remain in camps where they are entirely dependent on humanitarian assistance for their survival owing to restrictions on their movements The statement added that MSF used to provide mobile clinics in several of these camps and villages "but international staff have not been granted travel authorisations to visit the health facilities since the end of August whilst national staff have been too afraid to go to work following remarks by Myanmar officials accusing NGOs of colluding with ARSA" Moreover according to Benoit De Gryse MSF’s operations manager for Myanmar the government’s desire to exclusively provide humanitarian assistance in Rakhine "is likely to result in even more severe administrative and access constraints than ever" The army offensive in Rakhine has been condemned globally by human rights organisations Rohingyas are not recognised as citizens by Myanmar although more than a million of them have lived in the country through generations facing growing discrimination including severe restrictions on their freedom of movement following a sectarian conflict in 2012 that killed at least 160 people and displaced nearly 120000 Meanwhile the United Nations Human Rights Council is set to discuss human rights violations in Myanmar and determine if an "ethnic cleansing" of the Rohingya minority is underway in the country Written by Pritha Chatterjee | New Delhi | Published: August 29 2013 1:54 am Related News The selection process to pick the new AIIMS Director is likely to begin next week Nearly 70 names are in the runningincluding 30 AIIMS doctors The present AIIMS DirectorDr R C Deka will retire at the end of September after a four-and-half year tenure We have received around 70 applications for the Directors post The (selection) process has started? 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