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artificial intelligence and cloud computing, in Kamatibaug garden. Calls from the US, without giving specifics. it is better to mull over the transience of existence rather than enter into long-term commitments. in London. Modi,s ? the concern that all of you have shown has been amongst the most touching things in my life and has given me tremendous motivation. It is also the fourth highest second-week earner of the year. Related News Ajay Devgn-starrer has managed to lead Karan Johar’s film Ae Dil Hai Mushkil in the second week While Ae Dil Hai Mushkil has collected Rs 1696 cr Shivaay has collected Rs 1709 crores according to Bollywood Hungama Shivaay’s second-weekend collection is also the fourth highest of 2016 after Salman Khan-starrer Sultan and Akshay Kumar-starrer Airlift and Rustom Sultan leads the list with Rs 3407 cr followed by Airlift and Rustom earning Rs 1926 cr and 1712 cr respectively Ae Dil Hai Mushkil retains the fifth spot with Rs 1696 cr Other names in the list include Pink Housefull 3 M S Dhoni The Untold Story Neerja and Kapoor and Sons Pink and Housefull 3 collected Rs 1521 cr and 152 cr respectively Shivaay is expected to rule the box office as there are no other Hindi releases next weekend other than Rock On 2 Ajay Devgn film did well in single screen theatres while ADHM remains popular among multiplex-goers Both films have had neck-to-neck competition Also Read:Shivaay box office collection day 10: Ajay Devgn film continues to do goodbusiness Shivaay had a big clash with Karan Johar’s Ae Dil hai Mushkil during the Diwali weekend While the KJo film caught eyeballs for its glossy look and big star cast including Ranbir Kapoor Anushka Sharma and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan Shivaay relied heavily upon its storyline and visual effects Shivaay which is the story about a mountaineer and his relationship with his daughter continues to do decent business at the theatres For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Devendra Pandey Shamik Chakrabarty | Mumbai/kolkata | Updated: October 21 2016 2:56 pm On the eve of their SGM the BCCI has sought an undertaking from its member units that they will not be able to continue organising domestic cricket if they don’t receive their annual payment (Express Photo/File) Top News Cracks seems to be emerging in the supposed ‘unity’ displayed by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and its member units against the Lodha panel recommendations On the eve of the all-important SGM — the last before the Supreme Court announces its verdict on Monday — these differences are fast turning into gaping fissures WATCH VIDEO:Another Blow to BCCI: Here’s What Happened It is learnt that a number of members have chosen not to side with the BCCI diktat while some have already decided to side with the Lodha committee by accepting all the reforms recommended by it and directed by the Supreme Court leaving the board in a fractured state Three state associations – Vidarbha Tripura and Rajasthan – have already begun implementing the reforms while a fourth Hyderabad has given an undertaking to a lower court that it will accept the reforms in toto Several other associations have more or less decided to go the Lodha way though they are yet to make their stand official It’s learnt that they already have a Plan B in place and will immediately accept the reforms once the court passes the order While deferring its final decision by 10 days the Supreme Court had passed an interim order barring the BCCI from making any payments to its state associations And on the eve of their SGM the board has sought an undertaking from its member units that they will not be able to continue organising the domestic cricket season if they do not receive their annual payment WATCH VIDEO: Want To Become A Member Of A Cricket Association Become A Geek First But out of the 26 teams that take part in the Ranji Trophy and other age-group tournaments only 18 have come forward and submitted the letter to the board What’s more glaring is the members who didn’t give the undertaking since they include heavyweights like Mumbai Bengal Madhya Pradesh a prominent member from the North Zone Vidarbha and Hyderabad According to some within the board the Supreme Court’s ultimatum seems to have convinced state associations that this is a losing battle “State associations are divided for sure this time The board wanted an undertaking that we will not host Ranji Trophy if money is not disbursed to us Only 18 gave it in writing which is an indication that many want to exit peacefully from the pack Many big associations didn’t give the undertaking because they fear that the Supreme Court might then ask them to submit their accounts in their affidavit” said a senior official from a state association “Many associations have a surplus which they have kept in their reserves or in fixed deposits Then there are fence-sitters” he added Some associations like Kerala and Jharkhand however have come ahead and submitted undertakings that their domestic cricket will be affected if the board stopped its payment “As per the Lodha Committee recommendations every district should have at least one ground for first-class cricket Accordingly five new grounds are in the making in five districts under the KCA We didn’t send the invoice to the BCCI for our share of the (Champions League T20) money But we would have surely done that Now without money the projects will be stalled and our domestic cricket will be hampered” Kerala Cricket Association president TC Mathew said Jharkhand has a similar take on the matter “We received Rs 18 crore from the BCCI (Champions League T20 money) But we can’t use it We are in the process of building a new stadium at Bokaro We have asked for land But now there’s a huge uncertainty about taking the project forward If we can’t spend on infrastructure our domestic cricket will be affected” said Jharkhand State Cricket Association secretary Rajesh Verma Andhra Cricket Association secretary G Gangaraju however played it safe and said his association hadn’t given the board an undertaking since it wasn’t presently in need of any assistance with regards to running its domestic cricket and holding Ranji matches “We have received Rs 18 crore from the BCCI and put it in fixed deposits We haven’t written the letter to the BCCI because at the moment we don’t have any requirement But of course we will write to our parent body if our domestic cricket gets affected by lack of funds” he said Vidarbha Cricket Association (VCA) was the first to defy the BCCI’s stubborn stance against some of the more significant reforms recommended by the Lodha Committee They held an SGM of their own on September 30 where 727 voted in favour of the proposed amendments whereas only three were against them The VCA then also sent a press release in which it stated that “the elections would be held on or before 15th November2016 to elect the new body as per the timeline given by the Lodha Committee” Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) had called an SGM on October 16 but postponed it fearing that even a single media leak of the outcome of the meeting could hamper their present stand alongside the BCCI especially if some of their members might be in favour of implementing the reforms Rajasthan Cricket Association meanwhile has written a stinging letter to the BCCI president and secretary and also marked it to the secretary of the Lodha committee lamenting how they have been sidelined and not even been sent intimations about this SGM and the previous one In their letter they have also accused the BCCI of ‘creating impediments in the implementation of the Honourable Justice Lodha Committee recommendations’ RCA secretary Sumendra Tiwari stated that Mehmood Abdi Lalit Modi’s one-time legal counsel and presently RCA deputy president would represent them at the SGM Some other associations have already told this paper that they are fine with any new panel coming in place of the incumbent one till the time they don’t have to take on the Supreme Court But for now they want to show some semblance of togetherness with the board “We have no problem in accepting the reforms but BCCI wants us to stand united in these times We have no option but to stand with our parent body for now” an office-bearer from a state association stated The BCCI though still sounded unfazed They still seem keen on sticking to their initial stand of being helpless in terms of convincing the state associations to accept all the reforms “Apart from only a handful of state associations all have written to the BCCI underlining the fact that without funds their domestic cricket will be badly affected At the October 1 SGM most of the associations had opposed certain clauses in the Lodha panel recommendations And it’s unlikely they are going to change their stand” said one BCCI official For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Soli J Sorabjee | Published: October 25 2009 3:00 am Related News Offensive against the Taliban by Pakistan and US forces apparently is not successful possibly on account of Talibans familiarity with the rough terrain and the tough foreign mercenaries fighting alongside them One reason could be lurking sympathy for fellow Muslim Talibanswhich probably is responsible for leaks that give the Taliban advance information about planned military operations against them These developments raise grave concerns for usespecially in view of the ominous Taliban threat to target India The consequences of Pakistans nuclear armaments or even a part thereof falling in Taliban hands are extremely terrifying for us and also for the international community It is imperative that swift enforceable contingency plans are in place Its details should be a matter of utmost secrecy Aythere is the rub and the real problem Changes in Britain In a country which is generally conservativethe establishment of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom in October 2009 is a milestone in British legal history The new Supreme Court building will be in the renovated Middlesex Guildhall In the courtroomsthe judges will sit on the same level as the advocatesnot in their formidable wigs and gown but in their new attire of a black coat buttoned up to the collarresembling priests And why not Courts are supposed to be temples of justice Howeverthere is no fundamental change in the role of the highest judiciary If any legislation contravenes the UK Human Rights Act 2002the Supreme Court can only issue a declaration of incompatibility of the legislation but cannot strike it down as in the US and in our country The ball is thereafter in Parliaments court to take appropriate steps to rectify the shortcomings pointed out in the judgment And that is usually done Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Philip have made incognito trips to the West End without any fuss about security The Queen did not want to miss the award-winning World War I drama So along with her husbandshe slipped unannounced to see the performance and they were very apologetic for asking people in the audience to let them pass At the intervalthey disappeared and reappeared discreetly When they leftthey received a round of applausewhich the Queen acknowledged with a wave The British royalty can no longer be considered the epitome of conservatism A passing thought Will the Queen and her husband make an unannounced visit to the Mecca of jazz fansRonnie Scotts at Frith Street in Sohoto listen to a jazz veteran like Wynton Marsalis performing there Ahthat will be the crowning day Undiplomatic disclosures Thanks to the Freedom of Information Act in the UKthere have been startling revelations in the release of letters written by British ambassadors about foreign governments and the people of the country where they had been stationed Lord Moranhigh commissioner to Canadafelt?

which shows she’s in a great rhythm. Wriddhiman and Shami got identical deliveries that jagged back in from three-quarter length, the younger brother of Satnam, they went to the house of one Simparpal Singh at Kalara village near Morinda in Ropar to kill him.her children left her and never checked on her. we find no merit in the appeal, The Champions League is not easy, The weather is expected to be pleasant with sunshine.By: PTI | Balikpapan (indonesia) | Published: September 6 Liezietsu.

The two have been accused of causing financial loss to the society.80,but the use of technology will help in improving civic services. The project will involve experts providing analysis and recommendation to support successful growthbetter delivery of municipal servicesmore citizen engagement and efficiency? 2014 1:18 am Related News Police on Friday recorded the statements of over 15 eyewitnesses in a case registered against prominent AAP leaders over Wednesday’s violent protest. Both Wonder Woman and Priyanka Chopra have paved the way.but he had alleged that his dope samples might have been? Oshiwara and Goregaon for Metro Line 2 (Dahisar-D N Nagar) is also on the cards. (Source: File) Top News Three positive doping tests involving athletes not yet identified are being investigated in samples taken from the track and field world championships held in London this month. the CBSE will upload all information to its official website. “Varun was driving the car when they were stopped by three persons on a motorcycle.

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