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Barcelona moved close to qualifying for the Champions League knockout stages by outclassing Olympiakos 3-1 on Wednesday despite playing the second half with 10 men Gerard Pique was sent off two minutes before halftime for two bookings one for tugging an opponent’s shirt and the other for slapping the ball into the net but Barca were barely threatened by a hapless Olympiakos side who are badly under-performing in their Greek title defence The Athens club who won three league titles and two domestic Cups under current Barca coach Ernesto Valverde are fifth in the standings in the Greek top flight and have lost all their games in the Champions League Barca took the lead in the 18th minute at a rainswept and sparsely attended Nou Camp when visiting defender Dimitrios Nikolaou turned Gerard Deulofeu’s cross into his own net It was the fifth own goal Barca have benefited from this season in all competitions Messi struck his landmark goal in Europe from a free kick in the 61st minute to double Barca’s lead It was his 97th goal in the Champions League His other three came in the UEFA Super Cup “I hope he can get to 200 by the end of this season” joked Valverde after the Argentine took his tally to 15 goals in all competitions less than two months into the campaign “His numbers validate what we see from him every day He is constantly breaking down barriers” Barca president Josep Maria Bartomeu also paid tribute to Messi “I would give him every prize in the world he has been the best player of all time for many years now” he said “He has made this era sublime We see him as the leader of our team he contributes so much and we all never tire of enjoying him” Messi then carved his way through the hapless visiting defence moments later to tee up France left back Lucas Digne to score his first goal in the Champions League for Barca Greek defender Nikolaou 19 scored for a second time but first for his side when he headed home from a corner to give Olympiakos a scantly-deserved consolation goal in the 89th minute The unbeaten Barca top Champions League Group D with nine points A win at Olympiakos in two weeks will seal their place in the last 16 “We are feeling very good in the league and Champions League and we have to keep going like this” Barca’s Sergi Roberto told reporters after his side recorded a 10th victory in 11 games “We are frustrated to have conceded a goal although by then the game was almost over” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBeijing: China is ready to work with Pakistan to complete a long-term plan by this year-end to build a bilateral economic corridor Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said Thursday China Premier Li Keqiang Reuters In a meeting with Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on the sidelines of the Boao Forum for Asia annual conference Li said the two countries agreed to make building of the corridor the focus of bilateral practical cooperation Xinhua reported And the consensus is conducive to forging a China-Pakistan "community of shared destiny" Li added The corridor connecting Kashgar in China’s Xinjiang Uygur Region to the southwestern Pakistani port of Gwadar was proposed in an agreement between the two countries reached during Li’s visit to Pakistan in May 2013 China will also work with Pakistan to provide financial support for the construction of the corridor he said adding that the country would like to enhance cooperation with Pakistan on the fight against terrorism and hopes Pakistan will provide security for Chinese organisations and personnel in Pakistan Prime Minister Sharif said Pakistan is ready to further strategic cooperation with China and noted the relationship with China is the "cornerstone" of Pakistan’s diplomacy and the two countries are all-weather and long-tested friends IANS Written by Mohamed Thaver | Mumbai | Published: March 29 2017 3:08 am Top News A POPULAR online question-and-answer platform has several queries on why electricity goes off in the local trains in Mumbai every time they cross a stretch between Mahim and Kings Circle or Vile Parle railway station Offline in the real world most train commuters are used to the few seconds of blackout most not even battling an eyelid as darkness descends Very few however know the electricity goes off because on that stretch the trains enter a “neutral zone” which has an important safety function in case there is a power outage on the suburban railway network Explaining the reason a railway engineer said the trains are powered by electricity supplied from several traction sub-stations that dot the railway network On most railway lines a traction sub-station normally powers trains for around 60 km after which the train falls under another sub-station “A gap is left between two sub-stations to synchronise the electricity supply as different sub-stations are powered by different suppliers from Tata Power to the Maharashtra State Electricity Board” he said “This gap which normally does not extend beyond 5 metres is called the ‘neutral zone’ In this zone when a train is crossing one sub-station to another the electricity is switched off and it moves forward purely on its momentum Hence in these neutral zones the electricity in the trains goes off for a few seconds before the next sub-station powers it again” he explained According to him neutral zones play an important role in that if there is a power outage in one sub-station it will not trip the other sub-stations which would continue to function normally This way outage at a sub-station can be contained within the distance it supplies power sparing the entire rail network The official said there are sub-stations between Mahim and Kings Circle railway station at Tilak Nagar railway station and Kanjurmarg Royston Noronha (32) who travels from Mahim to CST everyday for work said “The lights going off between Mahim and Kings Circle has become a part of my daily commute During the day it does not even matter as the fans merely restart While returning home at night when I’m reading something there is an interruption of a few seconds However most of us have become used to it and almost anticipate the lights going off once the train crosses Kings Circle station” Noronha like others travelling with him does not know the reason for the power going off “I had asked a few people and someone told me about the height of a bridge nearby being low and hence electricity lines not passing under them After a point I stopped asking as everyone has a different story” Have a comment or suggestion for Life On The Local Write to [email protected] subject line: Life On The Local For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: February 26 2017 7:33 am (Representational Image) Top News Delhi Police arrested six youths in connection with gang raped with a third year student of Delhi University in Faridabad Police said on Saturday that the incident came to light on February 18 after the victim 20 a student of PGDAV collage here in Nehru Nagar filed a complaint against six of her friends who allegedly gangraped her in Faridabad The victim in her complaint to police has stated that on February 3 two of her friends Gaurav and Sunny took her to Faridabad on a bike for partying after a college function The bike belonged to another friend Sachin Watch What Else Is Making News “They took her to another friend Rohtash’s house where Gaurav Sunny Sachin and Rohtash gangraped her They also threatened her with dire consequences if she approaches police” Deputy Commissioner of Police Romil Banniya told IANS Banniya said another friend Vinod who dropped her to Delhi had also raped her in his car after parking it in an isolated place “Since the incident started in Delhi a case of rape was registered against all the accused youths The police on Saturday arrested six students including one Bunty who was a co-conspirator” The DCP said For all the latest Delhi 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