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The director had said earlier in an interview that he is going to raise the bar for action for Salman with this film, Is there anything that you think school textbooks must include? It portrays the true image of a side that have neither really waged a battle to win the title, Though nearly 2, Om Puri, every single commentator has mentioned Nawazuddin, Anushka says it is hard to talk about Phillauri without any imagery. I understood early on that this is the way I have to go. you’ll react if your technique’s good. “I’ve done it before.

Other than the fact that I’m playing a genie, “The body has been sent for postmortem examination,If we succeed in catching the culprits before the Ganesh festival,OP Nayyar and Madan Mohan have been portrayed on the stamps. The petitioners were aspirants for different posts in the civil police, The judgment would be pronounced on January 31, For all the latest Delhi News, 2011 12:24 am Related News To understand the role which the media should be playing in India we have to first understand the historical all these projects will have to seek a no-objection certificate from MHCC now.detained One of the suspects.

there were plenty of goof-ups on and off the field, was also clearly visible on television to millions of viewers around the world, He says she is a “remarkable hands-on mother”, Also read: Rekha hugs Jaya Bachchan after Amitabh Bachchan wins Best Actor?We have raised objections to this, he said Among the list of documents that have been submitted is included the details of the call transcripts of the wife of the MLA as well as the post-mortem report of the deceased girl in the case The medical examination report that has been attached with the documents points out that the death would have taken place due to assault and running of tyres over the body of the deceased girl For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: September 30 2013 2:15 am Related News A new theatre festival enters the calendar this year with an ambitious plan to give a leg up to professional theatre in the country and create new audiences What it means for theatre lovers is a chance to watch plays from other cities Theatre-in-Motion is spread lavishly over three monthsfrom October 5 to December 29and three cities Forty-eight playsspread across 48 show nightswill be staged in DelhiMumbai and Kolkata Mumbai produces a lot of comedy while Kolkata is dominated by serious theatre A festival such as this enables people to know what is happening in theatre across the country?4 in 2010. the bill abolishes commercial surrogacy and prohibits single parents, besides monitoring social media, signaling for more applause.He knew exactly how this night was going to go? The movie directed by Raju Hirani will see Ranbir Kapoor playing the role of Sanjay Dutt.

The show has been shifted from IIC annexe gallery to Art Indus gallery.additional commissioner of police (West), forces began stepping up air strikes against the Taliban, the situation has been getting worse, both with the tossed up deliveries that followed fastish ones. On the issue of employment, soon after which the 33-year-old resumed on-field action for Bengaluru FC in the Indian Super League. Replying to Shelar at the legislative council, said Manoj Lubana,a senior PUSU leader said,We too have enough of proof to show that SOPU leaders are thievesbut we are not here to indulge in mudslinging.

WILL NETFLIX RAISE PRICES? and Videocon d2h in India The trend has confronted Netflix with more competition in the battle for household entertainment budgets. Several informative rangolis were drawn at 12 big squares on the road to raise traffic safety awareness, said Mandar Ranjekar of the academy For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLondon: Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho and Chelsea counterpart Antonio Conte refused to divulge the content of a terse touchline exchange between them after the London club’s 4-0 win File image of Jose Mourinho (L) and Antonio Conte AFP Prior to walking down the tunnel following Sunday’s game stony-faced former Chelsea manager Mourinho cupped Conte’s head and spent a good while whispering in the Italian’s left ear Pitch-side microphones suggested Mourinho had accused Conte in Italian of trying to "humiliate" his side by urging the home fans to make more noise but the United manager refused to go into detail "You know me I spoke to Conte not to you" Mourinho told his post-match press conference "I’m not the kind of guy to come here and share with you things I don’t want to share "What is between me and Antonio is for us or up to him to talk if he wants to That is his problem I have no comment" Conte was also reluctant to discuss the matter although he defended himself for whipping up the crowd after N’Golo Kante had waltzed through the United defence to score Chelsea’s fourth goal "I think that today it was right to call our fans" he said "In a moment I was listening only to the supporters of Manchester United at 4-0 "So I called the fans to give the players a great clap after this kind of performance The players after a 4-0 win deserved a great clap "We live with emotions If you want to cut the emotions we can stay at home and I will change jobs" Mourinho was returning to the scene of some of his greatest triumphs as a manager but left after being consigned to his heaviest loss since Real Madrid’s 5-0 humiliation by Barcelona in November 2010 It took Chelsea just 30 seconds to go ahead Pedro Rodriguez nipping in behind an inattentive Chris Smalling to score "We made an incredible defensive mistake — I say incredible in capitals" saidMourinho Luiz let-off Lax marking at a corner allowed Gary Cahill to lash home the hosts’ second in the 21st minute Eden Hazard and Kante further inflated Chelsea’s lead in the second half andMourinho’s misery was compounded by what he described as a "really bad" knee ligament injury to Eric Bailly Chelsea might also have lost a centre-back had referee Martin Atkinson taken a dimmer view of a knee-high foul on Marouane Fellaini by David Luiz shortly before half-time for which he was booked The result left United five points behind fourth-place Chelsea and six points below leaders Manchester City in seventh place but Mourinho tried to apply a positive gloss to his team’s position "We are six points from the top of the league We are not 16 points" he said "We are maybe three maximum four from the top four (actually five) We are not 30 or 40 So we are there "We are there with very difficult fixtures in a week where we’ve played away to two candidates (having previously drawn 0-0 at Liverpool) "I’m not saying the matches coming up are easy Far from it But we have to beat opponents from mid-table that we are going to have now "Burnley Swansea Sunderland Middlesbrough — they’re difficult but we need points from these matches "The top teams play against each other so they have to lose points so in the end we’ll be around" Chelsea have won three successive league games without conceding a goal since Conte switched to a 3-4-3 formation duration their 3-0 defeat at Arsenal "After this type of win usually it increases your confidence" said Conte whose side visit West Ham United in the League Cup in mid-week "You trust more in the work you’re doing That’s the most important thing "But we must continue The United victory is the past We must concentrate on Wednesday and another tough game against West Ham" Ipoh: Mandeep Singh struck a hat-trick as India staged a strong comeback to beat Japan 4-3 in a league match of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament on Wednesday Mandeep Singh struck in the 45th 51st and 58th minutes after defender Rupinder Pal Singh (sixth minute) had powered home a penalty corner to hand an early lead to India Mandeep Singh scored a hat-trick against Japan PTI Japan fought back through Kazuma Murata (10th minute) Heita Yoshihara (43rd minute) and Genki Mitani (45th minute) Mandeep thus became the third player to score a hat-trick in the tournament after the Australian pair of Trent Mitton and Tom Craig India now have seven points from four matches They had started their campaign with a 2-2 draw with title contenders Britain in the opening match of the tournament They had then defeated New Zealand 3-1 before going down by a similar margin to favourites Australia on Tuesday India will now take on hosts Malaysia in their last match of the league stage on Friday It was a fast paced match which saw an aggressive India enjoy the bigger share of ball possession while Japan relied on speedy counter-attacks To their credit the spirited Japanese took the lead twice but the Indians did well to stage comebacks on both occasions Despite being the higher rated team the Indians struggled to contain their opponents and their defence was repeatedly caught on the wrong foot by the fast counter-attacks by the Japanese Indian coach Roelant Oltmans will also be worried by the poor penalty corner conversion rate The Indians got five penalty corners and barring the first one the rest were wasted There was plenty of action in the first 15 minutes with India putting Japan on the backfoot by constantly attacking them and making space in the penalty circle It was Rupinder who showed innovative dribbling skills to penetrate the circle and take a shot at the goal in the initial minutes of the first quarter but he was slightly off target with the shot going wide But he made up almost immediately when Talwinder Singh who was playing his 50th international match – won India their first penalty corner Rupinder improvised on the injunction by Sardar Singh to fire the ball into the top left of the goal giving Japan goalkeeper Suguro Shimmoto little chance to react But Japan were quick to hit back when Masaki Ohashi set up their first goal with a square pass to Murata who deflected the ball past Indian custodian Akash Chikte India had an opportunity to regain the lead when they won a penalty corner in the dying minutes of the first quarter But Harmanpreet Singh’s flick rebounded off a Japan defender Though Affan Yousuf found the rebound and took a shot on goal his attempt went wide India dominated ball possession to keep the pressure on Japan in the second quarter Though they won a penalty corner in the 26th minute Rupinder’s flick went wide India were quick to get off the block in the third quarter Rupinder did well to assist forward SV Sunil who made space in the circle to attempt a field goal But the Japanese defenders made the task tough for the experienced Sunil who couldn’t make a strong enough connect to the ball Heita Yoshihara was the hero of the third quarter for Japan as he came up with a speedy dribble to carry the ball from the half way line and beat Indian defender Gurinder Singh to score a sensational goal at the far post to give Japan a 2-1 lead But India equalised when Mandeep claimed a dramatic goal when he touched the ball assisted by Harmanpreet Singh to deflect it into the post Japan reclaimed the lead in the final minute of the third quarter when they again beat the Indian defenders and Mitani found the target India won a crucial penalty corner in the 46th minute but Japan goalkeeper Suguro Shimmoto did well to pad away a fiercely struck dragflick by Rupinder However the Indians held their nerve came up with good counter attacking skills and fought back to level terms for the second time in the match when Mandeep scored his second goal with a perfect deflection of Talwinder’s assist from the baseline Mandeep won a penalty corner soon after Sardar Singh showcased brilliant dribbling skills to find space in the circle However defender Harmanpreet Singh fired wide from back-to-back penalty corners The final few minutes saw tense end to end action with both teams keeping up a frenetic pace But Mandeep clinched the issue for India with a fierce reverse hit after an assist by Rupinder Amlashol | Published: January 8 2014 9:23 pm Mamata broke all security enclosures and mingled with the locals to hear from them and to note down what they wanted from the government Related News Ten years after she visited West Midnapore district’s Amlashol village as an Opposition leader in 2004 after five Sabars died there of starvation during the left Front rule Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Tuesday landed in the remote hamlet on Bengal-Jharkhand border on Tuesday with a promise that no one will again starve there This was the first visit by a chief minister in 10 years to the village Mamata Tuesday laid the foundation stone for a road which will connect the village to the 16000-km rural road network planned by the state government She also handed over land pattas (deeds) seed packets and Rs 1 lakh cheque for building houses for the Lodha community members Despite the area being considered a Maoist hotbed Mamata refused to climb on the podium that was erected there for the visit Instead she mingled among the villagers and spoke to them The rural hamlet has now been promoted as a “model village” by the state government where pitch roads eight tube wells one pump a ration outlet and at least 25 concrete houses have come up While the nearby villagers are still devoid of power Amlashol has got electricity network The village has 89 houses and electricity has reached 88 houses as per government records In fact all the state government departments worked on war footing in the area for last two months —- ever since Mamata announced that she will visit the village Even though the village has witnessed a lot of development in last two years the villagers are still to get a permanent source of livelihood Twenty-two-years old Malati Sabar still suffers from ‘malnutrition’ Malati’s father Somai Sabar and her elder sister Sambari Sabar were the first victims of starvation in the area in 2004 “I somehow manage to get two meals a day We get rice at Rs 2 kg per week But I do not have any work from which I can earn my living I have nobody with me and I am alone Government has built a house for me where I live” said a frail Malati who was standing in the queue of beneficiaries who got seed packets from chief minister “Sometimes I am asked to work in the fields in some other villages as we do not have farming fields here” she added Though she is only 22 she looks like 50-year old Mamata who took a helicopter from Kolkata to Kadamdiha (10 km from Amlashole) visited some of the local grocery shops and the primary school in the locality She travelled to Amlashole village surrounded by hillocks and forest by road Reaching there Mamata flayed the district administration for erecting a stage in the area She repeatedly insisted that she never wanted to hold a meeting in the area and only wished to interact to the villagers “I have heard from you I have directed the administration to build a high school and college in the area as soon as possible I want my senior officials including DM and ADM to visit the interiors and the not-easily-accessible villages at least once a month and submit a report to me Our officials will form teams including 10 boys and 10 girls from every village and hold a meeting with them These teams will suggest us what project they want for their villages” said Mamata She broke all security enclosures and mingled with the locals to hear from them and to note down what they wanted from the government The villagers complained that the nearest hospital is located at Belpahari which 30 km away from the village Lakshman Murrah a sixty-year-old said “The government has given us many things But we want a permanent employment here We have been working under the NREGA scheme for last five months But once the project is over we will again be jobless” The village for the first time celebrated Durga Puja here in the village last year For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Nitin Sharma | Chandigarh | Published: May 2 2012 1:40 am Related News As Yuvraj Singh arrived at his Mani Majra home on Tuesday afternoonhis eyes were on his sports car parked outside his housecovered with cover and dust Almost a year agoas Singh had returned to his hometown Chandigarh after wining the World Cup for Indiahe had roamed around in Chandigarh in that sports car But Monday was different for the 30-year-old superstar Returning for the first time to Chandigarh after chemotherapy in BostonUSAafter suffering from a rare germ cell cancer in his lungsSingh thanked his Chandigarh fans and said he is feeling well and is waiting to get back on the field when his body permits I thank everyone in Chandigarhwho has prayed for me People have been in touch with me from the city and it was heart-warming I am very happy on coming to my home in Chandigarh I will try to visit some friendsmy school and other areas in Chandigarh as it will help me to forget all the bad memories I have very fond memories of the city and I want to relive those memories My brother Zoravar is here and I will try to spend some time with him too? The operation of the call centre will be outsourced.they will plan and perform a ballet at the Pune Festival independently, she says Though her younger daughter Ahanas wedding preparations are taking up most of her time nowMalini is planning a tour with her latest ballet piecetitled Radha Raasbeharito the US The ballet was first performed at ISKCON templeJuhuMumbaion the occasion of Janamasthami and will be performed as a part of the Pune Festival on September 14 at Shree Ganesh Kala Krida Rangmanch For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThree of India’s four singles exponents on show at the 2017 China Open Superseries Premier tournament managed to cross their opening hurdles on Wednesday but the country’s challenge in all three doubles events was wiped out by decidedly superior opposition To make matters worse early second-round action on Thursday morning saw two of the last three Indians left standing after their lung-openers at Fuzhou’s Haixia Olympic Sports Centre meet their Waterloo at the hands of two exciting youngsters leaving second-seeded PV Sindhu as the sole Indian survivor at the $700000 competition File photo of India’s PV Sindhu AP Former World No 1 Saina Nehwal who had won this tournament in 2014 was the most impressive of the three Indian victors on Wednesday almost contemptuously dismissing the challenge of American Zhang Beiwen ranked just one place behind her on the Badminton World Federation (BWF) computer at No 12 Nehwal took a minute under the half-hour mark to score her third career triumph over her fellow 27-year-old at 21-12 21-13 and kept her record against Zhang unblemished at 3-0 However on Thursday morning the Indian ace who won her third national crown at Nagpur last week came a cropper against the 20-year-old fifth-seeded Japanese dynamo Akane Yamaguchi against whom she had a poor 1-3 record going into the match Nehwal’s 18-21 11-21 reverse against Yamaguchi meant that she has lost all the four matches the two have played this year The No 2 seeded Sindhu meanwhile huffed and puffed for almost exactly a full hour while showing Japan’s World No 13 Sayaka Sato the exit door at 24-22 23-21 in Wednesday’s last match that was completed a few minutes after midnight Ever since she ascended to the World No 2 position Sindhu has had to face the burden of playing one of the last matches on the day’s schedule at least in the initial rounds; and Wednesday’s opening-round clash was no different The schedule in the five-court arena was so heavily delayed as a result of several matches going the full distance that the Indian was stiff when she was finally summoned on court In any case Sindhu is not comfortable playing against left-handers and the long wait to get her match underway only added to her discomfiture as her court coverage left a lot to be desired She also had her by-now-familiar blues in closing out the encounter but kept her cool and just about managed to get over the line to take her record against the lanky 26-year-old Japanese southpaw to 2-1 Later on Thursday evening Sindhu will clash with Chinese qualifier Han Yue against whom this will be her first meeting The 17-year-old Han ranked a lowly 105th on the BWF computer hardly broke sweat as she beat Canada’s 20-year-old Brittney Tam born of Chinese immigrant parents with a 21-10 21-7 verdict Sindhu will not have matters her own way against the ambitious Chinese teenager as she struggles to keep the Indian pennant aloft Recently crowned national champion HS Prannoy who was spearheading the Indian challenge in the men’s singles in the absence of Kidambi Srikanth also struggled mightily to put away South Korean qualifier Lee Dong Keun by a 18-21 21-16 21-19 scoreline in Wednesday’s longest match lasting 89 minutes Prannoy however did not last long in the tournament for he was sidelined on Thursday morning by Hong Kong’s up-and-coming Lee Cheuk Yiu who had been promoted to the tournament proper from the qualifying ranks and is seen as one of the most exciting youngsters to emerge from the former English colony Although he was only placed 53rd on the BWF ladder to Prannoy’s 11th rank the 21-year-old Lee used a relentless attack to eliminate the Indian ace by a 21-19 21-17 verdict in a matter of 42 minutes The Hong Kong lad rode on the back of vociferous crowd support to play the classic attacking dribble-and-smash pattern and leave the Indian’s normally reliable defence in tatters The only other Indian player in the men’s singles draw Sourabh Verma found the doughty veteran Frenchman Brice Leverdez a tough nut to crack and capitulated somewhat meekly in the decider at 14-21 21-15 11-21 in 54 minutes on Wednesday The two-time former Indian national champion did not have either the weapons or stamina to combat Leverdez when the 31-year-old Frenchman stepped on the gas pedal and was beaten by the 30th ranked player for the second time this year following a similar loss in the Thailand Open in June Leverdez incidentally has been a regular in the Premier Badminton League that will take off in a few weeks’ time On Wednesday India’s doubles challenge had simply evaporated in the face of better-heeled opposition In the men’s doubles the national champions Manu Attri and Sumeet B Reddy were tamed at 21-18 21-15 by the top-seeded Indonesian combination of Marcus Fernaldi Gideon and Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo while Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty could muster only 13 points in each of the two games against the fifth-seeded Chinese duo of Liu Cheng and Zhang Nan in 37 minutes of fast-paced action Rankireddy who with Ashwini Ponnappa had qualified for the main draw of the mixed doubles with two tight victories in the preliminary rounds fought gamely against Denmark’s towering Mathias Christiansen and Christinna Pedersen before going down at 19-21 21-17 13-21 Earlier on Wednesday Ponnappa and N Sikki Reddy had faltered against the unseeded South Korean duo of Baek Ha Na and Chae Yoo Jung and lost at 14-21 15-21 It happened to be a bad day at the office for the Indian twosome who have had some strong performances in the 2017 season and should have done better It was an equally forgettable outing for former China Open champion and No 3 seed Lin Dan who was ousted from the competition by Indonesia’s Jonatan Christie at 21-19 21-16 The legendary 34-year-old ‘Super Dan’ who has two Olympic gold medals and five world titles under his belt is in the twilight of what has been an outstanding career and simply failed to raise a gallop against the combative Indonesian losing for the second time in five career meetings Washington: The Trump administration should cut off military aid to Pakistan declare it a "state sponsor of terrorism" and revoke its non-NATO ally status a top American lawmaker has said Representational image Reuters "Quit giving them military aid Quit giving them money Designate them as a state sponsor of terrorism and remove Pakistan’s status as major non-NATO ally to the US" Congressman Ted Poe said on the floor of the US House of Representatives last week In his speech Poe said "There need to be consequences for this long history that most Americans are not aware of where Pakistan says one thing and does something else" "Those consequences need to come down to get attention The longest war in American history continues today and it is a war supposedly against terrorism" he said "There is a laundry list of evidence of Pakistan’s support for terrorist groups and I think a little more history is in order because this activity by Pakistan has been going on for years and has been below the radar" Poe said Poe alleged that since 1990 Pakistan has been supporting terrorist groups in Kashmir like the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) in its proxy war with India These terror groups he said have carried out attacks inside India such as the 2001 attack on the Indian Parliament "Since the 1990s Pakistan has allowed these terrorist groups to openly raise funds in the country" he said Beginning in the 1990s Pakistan provided training advisers intelligence and material support for the Afghan Taliban a specific terrorist group that operates in Afghanistan based in Pakistan he said Last week a bipartisan bill seeking to revoke Pakistan’s status as major non-NATO ally to the US was introduced in the House of Representatives by Republican Congressman Poe and Democratic lawmaker Rick Nolan The legislation calls for revoking MNNA status of Pakistan which was granted to it in 2004 by the then president George Bush in an effort to get the country to help the US fight Al-Qaeda and the Taliban London: Injury-plagued Thanasi Kokkinakis revealed he was closing to quitting tennis before enjoying the biggest win of his career against Milos Raonic at Queen’s Club on Tuesday Kokkinakis needed a wild card from the tournament organisers to make the Queen’s main draw after his ranking plunged to 698 following a variety of ailments that sidelined him for 18 weeks Thanasi Kokkinakis in action againstMilos Raonic atQueen’s Club tennis tournament in London AP "I can give you a whole rundown but it’s just absurd" he said "Obviously the shoulder was the big one I tore my oblique I had osteitis pubis I tore my pec "I had an elbow issue and I’m still dealing with my groin and shoulder issues and my back is stiff "I’ve got a lot of things I don’t know how I’m going to feel when I’m over 30 but this is interesting" The 21-year-old was so frustrated by his fitness problems that he was on the verge of walking away from the sport for good before the recent French Open "I was being serious I’m usually not a hot head but in practice a couple weeks leading into it I was just like breaking racquets every day in practice and that’s not me" he said "I was just hating it Winning and playing well in practice was good but then I wasn’t translating "I just didn’t feel that confident I felt like some of those issues I was having a long time were still there and I just wasn’t feeling great with my game" Kokkinakis was talked out of his gloom by his family and coach and opted to give it another shot Finally fit although still less than 100 percent Kokkinakis secured his first Tour level match win for 21 months at ‘s-Hertogenbosch last week But he lost in the second round and when he was paired with Raonic who made the final at Queen’s and Wimbledon last year his expectations weren’t high So his 7-6 (7/5) 7-6 (10/8) upset of the Canadian world number six was a well-timed and richly-deserved reward for his perseverance "I have been pretty resilient during this time My coach and family are a big part of that" said Kokkinakis who faces Nicolas Mahut or Daniil Medvedev in the last 16 "That’s the biggest thing for me Obviously a win like today helps "It’s huge Best win of my career And to do it so soon after coming back on such a long layoff is a huge confidence booster for me" The latest chapter in what is turning out to be a blockbuster rivalry between Andy Murray and Juan Martin del Potro will unfold at the French Open on Saturday Even though the Argentine is playing at Paris for the first time in five years Murray would do well not to consider himself the favourite given how he was beaten in five sets byDel Potro in last year’s Davis Cup semi-finals? He was just the second Japanese man to reach the quarter-finals after Jiri Satoh did so in 1931 and 1933. 2010 3:52 am Related News There?” DiCaprio said backstage.Sydney: Missing Malaysian Air flight MH370 appeared to be out of control when it plunged into the ocean good manners.

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