University of Management Technology Lahore defeated
Institute of Business Administration Karachi, GC University Faisalabad defeated
Comsats Islamabad, Quaid-e-Awam University of
Mufadil, 11-6/11-5, while Muhammad Moeed defeated
Ali Haidar, 11-4/11-3, winning the title for BZU Multan.
Alan Stevenson defeated
Peter Williams in a close match 3-2 that was a repetition of the 2015 final where Alan came out a 5-0 winner.
Illya Vasylovych Marchenko in the semifinals match 6-3, 6-4 on the same day Djokovic defeated
TomEiEi Berdych 6-3, 7-6.
Muslim Education College Dolphin defeated
Muslim College of Commerce and Management defeated
Mardan's Buraq team by 27 runs while and in the third match Muslim Education College Dolphin defeated
Buraq team by eight wickets and moved into the next round.
Sam Johnson, R-Richardson, defeated
Green Party candidate Paul Blair and independent candidates Aaron William Swykert and Greg Whaley
HAJIPUR: Nityanand Rai (BJP) defeated
Rajendra Rai (LJP) by a margin of 16,609 votes CHAPRA: Janardan Singh Sigriwal (BJP) defeated
Pramendra Ranjan Singh (RJD) by 35,871 votes NARKATIYAGANJ : Satish Chandra Dubey (BJP) defeated
Alok Prasad Verma (Congress) by a margin of 20,228 votes BHAGALPUR: Ashwini Kumar Choubey (BJP) defeated
Ajeet Sharma (Congress) by 11,060 votes PARBATTA: Samrat Choudhary (RJD) defeated
Ramanand Prasad singh (JD-U) by 808 votes MOHIUDDINAGAR: Rana Gangeswar Singh (BJP) defeated
Ajay Kumar Bulganin (RJD) by 14,351 votes
IN the under-16 A division, Lisvane defeated
Heath Park Rangers 14-1.
Fide Master (FM) Hussain outplayed the young Khalil Bukhalaf, while elder brother and fellow-FM Maher defeated
veteran Sher Mohammed in a hard-fought game.
Karunakaran (CPM) defeated
Shahida Kamal (Congress) Kannur: K.
RESULTS - Men's singles: Dominic Sutton (1) defeated
Jack Thompson 6-0 6-2.
Hart 54, Poly/R 30: Tatianna Thomas scored 18 points as top-seeded Hart of Newhall defeated
Poly of Riverside (14-13) in first-round action.
Maryland: Republican Senate candidate Michael Steele, an opponent of legal abortion and stem-cell research, was defeated
We were as thoroughly defeated
as anyone can be in American politics.
For the information of those congressmen who may not recall the history of the Senate Panama Canal giveaway, dig out your history and you will find that of the 67 senators who voted for the treaties, five were defeated
in their next primary election, 20 were defeated
in their next general election, and eight decided to retire rather than to face "our music.