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He said, Ragnar Sigurdsson and Kolbeinn Sigthorsson claimed their place in sporting history with a goal apiece,as a 2-1 win on a hot humid night in Nice helped Iceland the smallest nation ever to play in a major tournament qualify for the last-eight England players lie on the pitch at the end of the Euro 2016 match against Iceland AP "They thought this would be a walk in the park" said Sigurdsson of England’s attitude But Iceland with a population of just 330000 joyously claimed a quarter-final match against hosts France just after Italy beat Spain 2-0 to set up a last eight clash with Germany The exit from the European Championship left fans of England — population 53 million and with the world’s wealthiest football league — reeling with a sense of desperation similar tothe losing "Remain" camp of Britain’s ‘Brexit’ referendum And upset Twitter users decided to let their feelings know with #Brexit2 trending on social media I’ve offered the PM job to Roy Hodgson He’s the only one with experience of taking us out of Europe #Brexit2 — David Cameron (@DavidChameron) June 27 2016 "Sequels are always worse than the originals" #Brexit2 — Cece Siciamo (@ceceamov) June 28 2016 Crazy #Brexit2 pictwittercom/ZXkyofbwIp — Quinn (@QuinnSeys) June 28 2016 People are feeling sorry for England after #Engxit and #Brexit2 Imagine if you were Vardy – and you’d turned down the Arsenal as well #AFC — Bergs (@bergchamp) June 28 2016 Oops they did it again #Brexit2 pictwittercom/FQLOdDMgfM — CJ (@nearlybananas) June 27 2016 SEE EU LATER #Brexit2 #EURO2016 @TheSun pictwittercom/YLsNctmTZi — Jez Hal (@socialobuzz) June 27 2016 WEATHER WARNING Severe flooding expected for southern Britain as Iceland melts and much of Scotland piss themselves #Brexit2 — Windy Wilson (@WindyWilson88) June 27 2016 This is what happens when you try make your country great again You lose to Iceland #Brexit2 — Danny Hirschel-Burns (@DHirschelBurns) June 27 2016 #Brexit2 courtesy of #ENG #Euro2016 pictwittercom/OzCd0qfs6w — Bleacher Report UK (@br_uk) June 28 2016 #Brexit2 I wasn’t expecting a sequel so soon — Scott Devanny (PT) (@PT_DevannyScott) June 27 2016 @OptaJoe Typical A bunch of Europeans were willing to work harder for less money forcing an Englishman out of work #brexit2 — Al Sal (@alsalvador_dali) June 27 2016 The English football team just invoked Article 50 #Brexit2 #straightouttaeurope — A F Tahir (@aftahir) June 27 2016 England fans signing a petition for the game to get played again #brexit2 — Tony T (@tonytouch09) June 27 2016 I knew it #ENGICE #brexit2 pictwittercom/d1sHxh0eWF — Roger Moe (@moelove76) June 27 2016 With inputs from AFP By: PTI | London | Published: February 25 2016 1:23 pm The 47-year-old actor who portrayed the suave spy for the fourth time in “Spectre” has been speculated to be leaving the franchise to focus on new TV show “Purity” and now his actor friend Mark Strong has appeared to conform he won’t be coming back reported Femalefirst Related News Daniel Craig’s friend insists the actor has “come to an end” of playing James Bond The 47-year-old actor who portrayed the suave spy for the fourth time in “Spectre” has been speculated to be leaving the franchise to focus on new TV show “Purity” and now his actor friend Mark Strong has appeared to conform he won’t be coming back reported Femalefirst Asked if he wants to play a Bond villain Mark said “Do you know what I’d have loved to have played the villain in a Bond movie while Daniel was doing it because he’s a pal and that would have been great “But I think he’s come to the end of his Bond time and so it’s probably never going to happen but that would have always been great “Having played so many villains it would have been wonderful to have done the villain of villains if you like Because a Bond villain has a status all of his own He has been (wonderful) and he’s loved it But I think he feels like he’s mined it He’s done what he wants with it That point has come” “For news updates Follow us on Facebook Twitter“ Google+ & Instagram For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Benita Chacko | Mumbai | Published: November 5 2015 2:49 am Related News With Diwali just around the corner people across the city are making their way to sweet and farsan shops But buying Diwali delicacies is going to burn a deep hole in customers’ pockets this year as sweets and farsan makers have taken a major hit with the rise of dal prices last month This is because one of the main ingredients for most sweets and farsan are chana dal and moong dal After the price rise in October moong dal prices now vary between Rs 90 and Rs 120 in the city While some shopkeepers have shifted the burden of extra cost to customers others have kept the prices unchanged reducing their profit margin “We have increased our prices by 5 per cent only We may see marginally decreased demand but customers will still buy sweets” Samir Thakkar director of American Dry Fruits Flora Fountain Share This Article Related Article But the sea of customers swarming the city streets for Diwali shopping do not seem deterred Most families said they do not wish to compromise on celebrations during Diwali and despite the staggering prices make sure that they leave no stone unturned to make it an affair to remember “Earlier we would send sweets to everybody we knew but now keeping the higher prices in mind we will send sweets only to a select few people” said Sunita Nimbalkar a resident of Juhu Echoing similar sentiments Ruchira Kulkarni from Chembur said “We have no choice We will buy sweets but in lesser quantity” Amit Mulik founder of Sakhi Diwali Faral said “We have increased the prices of our products by 10 per cent as the prices of our main ingredient chana dal has increased But this only means Re 1 increase in the prices of ladoo and karanji and a Rs 50 rise in Chakli prices Still our prices are lesser than the market rates” However many shopkeepers have refrained from increasing their product prices and have instead cut down on their profit margin Umed Jain owner of Gangour sweets said “The price of many of our ingredients have risen but we haven’t increased our prices Due to this our profit margin will be reduced by 20 to 25 per cent” Bandukwalla of Royal Sweets who also has not increased the mart price said “We want to deliver quality products and this comes at a heavy cost But we can’t increase the prices at this time and the only option we have is to let our profit margin take a beating” Meanwhile sweet marts are continuing to bring in many new products For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sriram Veera | Updated: September 8 2016 11:58 am 50 percent of the Springboks are supposed to be players of colour by 2019 Top News Last week Cricket South Africa (CSA) put in place racial quotas for the national team – average minimum of six black players of which two must be black African across all three formats of the game in an effort to increase the number of black players in a sport still dominated by whites The transformation policies – simply called the quota system- are aimed at righting the wrongs of the apartheid era and for nation building purposes but it has run into a lot of criticism Sriram Veera looks at the sport and quota system in South Africa What does it mean In theory it’s simple – reserve a percentage of spots in various sporting teams for non-whites but it has faced problem in its execution The main criticism can be framed thus: Should an sportsperson’s skin colour be the deciding authority in selection and shouldn’t sports be all about merit In 2005 the minister for sports and recreation Fikile Mbalula spoke out on the argument over ‘tranformation versus merit’ : “You can’t use merit because merit assumes that all people have equal opportunities” When was the transformation policy started The implementation of race-based quotas was started as early as 1995 at the level of school and sport policy The slow process of bottom-up sport development in the grassroots level translated into the current scenario -of top-down tactics with racial quota in high-profile sports such as rugby cricket and netball from school to national levels Has anyone lost medals or disqualified because of reservation policy During the South African Games in March 2004 a young white tennis player Adele van Niekerk was stripped of her medal because her team didn’t meet the required 50% black quota as prescribed In the same year white athlete Erna Wedemeyer’s team was also disqualified from Life Saving Championships for same reason In 2010 not one white player played for South Africa in the FIFA World Cup In April this year the sports ministry announced that cricket rugby netball and athletics federations would be banned from bidding for any international tournaments until their numbers of black players improved Do teams that follow quota rewarded in some way Yes at times For example in 2007 Netball South Africa announced that any team which enforces the five to two ratio on court (five black players two white) would be awarded additional six goals In cricket in October 2013 the sports ministry said that those franchises who have more than one black African in 70% of their matches will be reimbursed an amount equivalent to the average contract cost of the qualified players What were the prescribed racial quotas in the past For cricket it was advised that at least 4 of the 11 to be ‘players of colour’ and for rugby it is 50% of the squad by 2019 but it has not been complied with How has it played out in cricket A recent report presented to CSA noted that most black African players give up the game between U-19 and provincial level as they need to find proper jobs if they are not contracted by the franchises The report also observed that those black African players who get into the system are often sidelined Only two black African players got a chance to play in matches in more than 80% of the franchises’ games last season They also bowled less overs and batted lower down than players belonging to other races How have the white sportsmen reacted to the quotas When he learned of the diktat not to bid for any tournaments until the given quotas were implemented Jacques Kallis the retired cricketer tweeted that he was “embarrassed” to be called a South African Immediately came the riposte from the sports minister Mbalula “”It means he was fake the whole time when we looked at him as a hero” he is reported to have said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: February 22 2016 1:58 pm Actress Penelope Cruz says her focus on keeping her body in optimum condition is probably excessive and it is a part of her “hypochondriac tendencies” Related News Actress Penelope Cruz says her focus on keeping her body in optimum condition is probably excessive and it is a part of her “hypochondriac tendencies” Cruz 41 said she visits a nutrition expert twice a year to check what vitamin and mineral deficiencies she has in her body so she can be in peak physical health reported Female First “I really believe it’s true that your stomach is your second brain I don’t take general multivitamins I take specific good quality ones – that’s important “I go to see what I might be deficient in It’s probably too often but it’s all part of my hypochondriac tendencies”she said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: September 22 2015 10:49 am In an extract from her new book “Becoming” Cindy Crawford who turns 50 next year said she finds ageing tough as she has relied on her looks for her career path (Source: Reuters) Related News Supermodel Cindy Crawford says shesometimes feels “overwhelmed” by the expectations of thefashion industry In an extract from her new book 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