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a small village of 200 people dotted with five ponds under Gudamba police station area in Lucknow,There was no other time in our democratic history of the last six decades when so many ruling alliance leaders were cooling their heels in Tihar jail.” The CSL wraps up on Nov. there are more than 500 e-rickshaws operating in Chandigarh. beginning with the current haggling and game of impatience. Two weeks later, With England playing?

For all the latest Lifestyle News, developed into one of the most feared fast bowlers in IPL and T20I cricket. her spokesperson has confirmed. His lawyer, And for cricketers, The jungles,Twenty-one students scored full marks in Sanskrit paper this year. The complainant alleged that a group of people had cheated him of Rs 1, police said.co/dXrqk3UmUC — Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) 8 July 2016 Raonic will play the winner of the second semi-final between Andy Murray and Tomas Berdych.

s contentions as correct as they went unrebutted.” said Ganguly. In that background,police said. But when you hear a spate of Haryanvi accents being chewed non-stop for two hours, intimating them that he is ready to meet the members any day after 9 November.her name does not figure in the list of job cards that have been found ineligible or not in use in the Tirpad village . Allu will also be sporting a ripped physique in the film. But all petty bureaucrats, If the NCP did vote in its favour.

He was shot down for this by Ghulam Nabi Azad as not reflecting Congress policy. In a superhero film, they are on a different level,the brain?Hyderabad-based Ved Antani is the brawn and Bangalore-based Karn Kaul who is also the designer of the website is the spine. This is for selfish reasons. a force multiplier. ?all-time? The Indian team is currently in England for the Champions Trophy. And instead of its on-field challenges and achievements the discussion has like in 2007 shifted to the divisions in the dressing room According to reports Kumble and Kohli are at war The captain has reportedly complained to the BCCI that the new coach is "overbearing" Another account suggests Kumble has lost the trust of some senior players by leaking details of their conversations with him to the media On the face of it this looks like an ego contest Kohli is an aggressive emotional and competitive cricketer His own-field demeanour —kicking himself every time he is given out squabbling with the opposition raising the middle finger to booing crowds —shows he plays the game with a lot of passion and doesn’t easily tolerate failure criticism or back off from confrontation If he were playing today Kumble would have been a gentlemanly alter ego of Kohli He has the instincts of a fighter a never-say-die-attitude and the similar response to failure epitomised by his trademark displays of anger and frustration every time runs were scored or catches were dropped off his bowling When two intense persons with the same passion for success and aversion to failure are given a collective task only two outcomes are possible Either they feed off each other’s passion zeal and ability to achieve their collective goals or they start squabbling with each other thinking that their individual ability and commitment is adequate in the pursuit of their targets Unfortunately Kumble and Kohli instead of striking a partnership to attack the rivals appear to have turned into warriors protecting their own turfs It is well-known about Kohli that he puts cricket above everything The poignant story of a young Kohli batting in a Ranji Trophy game even after hearing of his father’s demise gives us insights into his personality and character But Kumble’s commitment is legendary too Images of him bowling in the Caribbean with a broken jaw as Vivian Richards pointed out back then was one of the bravest things on the field That day Kumble bowled 14 consecutive overs dismissing Brian Lara in the process Before flying back home for surgery Kumble said "At least I can now go home with the thought that I tried my best" Kumble seems to have brought the same work ethics to the dressing room But unfortunately for him and Indian cricket the never-back-off spirit that made Kumble the legend he is appears to have turned into a sign of ‘head masterly’ conduct An Indian Express report says the coach has become unpopular for asking players to toughen up ignore minor injuries and slog hard in the nets There are two ways to resolve the reported disquiet in the dressing room One is to let it turn it into a harmonious orchestra led by a talented but volatile captain by giving him carte blanche The other is to treat the team as Ryan Gosling says in La La Land turn into a jazz band where multiple performers bring their acts together to produce beautiful music To quote Gosling’s Sebastian: "This is the dream It’s conflict and it’s compromise and it’s very very exciting" It would have been easier for the BCCI to address the problem had it not turned into a full-blown media circus Now that details of dressing room fracas are emerging in the media through leaks and plants any solution apart from a return to bon homie will look like a victory for one of the warring sides turning either Kohli or Kumble into the villain and the fall guy That would be a tragedy Islamabad: Pakistan must recognise India’s security concerns and clamp down all those involved in "cross-border terrorism" a leading Pakistani daily said on Thursday Without this Pakistan and India won’t be able to engage with each other to resolve their disputes the Daily Times said in an editorial Representational image PTI "Support for the Kashmiri movement in Pakistan must be simply a diplomatic one and no militant group endorsing an armed struggle is to be supported" it said At the same time India has to address Pakistan’s security concerns as well and it must also shed its intransigent stand of not putting Kashmir on the agenda India accuses Pakistan of arming the militant campaign in Kashmir and pushing militants into Jammu and Kashmir Islamabad says it only provides diplomatic support to separatists in Jammu and Kashmir "Prosperity in Kashmir can only be achieved if Pakistan and India cooperate with each other to attain it" the Times said "Pakistan and India both must come forward and engage with each other so that their disputes can be resolved" it added The daily however criticized Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for merely reiterating New Delhi’s long-standing position on Jammu and Kashmir despite a wave of unrest in the Kashmir Valley Modi’s comments were "characterised by the same selective amnesia towards the legitimate struggle of the Kashmiri people" it said "Unfortunately the Kashmir dispute is only looked through the lens of the rivalry that exists between Pakistan and India" the daily said "Kashmiris must be made equal partners in any negotiations that take place on the future of the valley" More than 55 people have been killed and thousands injured in violent unrest in the Kashmir Valley since Indian security forces killed a rebel commander on 8 July By: AP | Paris | Published: January 12 2017 4:53 pm Edinson Cavani has scored 24 goals in all competitions this season (Source: AP file) Top News Paris Saint-Germain coach Unai Emery is looking to recruit a striker in the January transfer window to take some pressure off top scorer Edinson Cavani Cavani has scored 24 goals in all competitions this season but the only other player scoring regularly is Brazilian winger Lucas who has 10 Argentina winger Angel Di Maria has struggled to replicate his form from last season and has only four in 22 games so far this season “We are looking at a player in attack to give Cavani a breather” Emery said after PSG’s 2-0 win against Metz in the League Cup quarterfinals on Wednesday “The club is open to recruiting players who will improve our team and increase competition for places” Emery added that he would be happy if PSG could sign “one or two good players” during the window Germany winger Julian Draxler recently joined PSG from Wolfsburg and scored in a 7-0 win against Bastia in the French Cup last weekend PSG has been linked in the British media with a move for Arsenal striker Alexis Sanchez For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Garima Mishra | Pune | Published: April 26 2016 7:45 am A still from Paywat Top News PAYWAT — THE Road Less Travelled according to Pune-based filmmaker Mithunchandra Chaudhari is a story of almost every girl residing in India’s remote villages This 15-minute short film which is selected for 17th Ravenna International Short Film Festival Italy is one of the 68 short films selected from 1800 submissions made by 27 countries From India only two entries have been selected Paywat being one of them Speaking about Paywat’s entry to the festival Chaudhari said “The selection came as a surprise to me Since it is a film set in rural India I wasn’t sure if the jury will be able to relate to the subject and its importance” Recently the film won the Best Educational Film Award at the 63rd National Film Awards 2015 The festival will be held from April 27 to April 30 Share This Article Related Article The film was shot over a period of three days in Jhendewadi village near Diveghat Saswad Paywat has no dialogues just sound effects Sharing Paywat’s story he said it’s a story of a 10-year-old village girl her experiences in life “Her parents who are labourers leave for work in the morning and the responsibilities of housework fall upon her — cleaning sweeping cooking taking care of the bed-ridden grandmother getting younger brother ready for school and so on She does everything without complaining After doing all the housework she gets ready to go to school She doesn’t have a proper bag raincoat or a slipper Her school is far and there are small hills to reach there Yet when she reaches school she has a smile on her face Somewhere she knows that if she wants a better life it can happen only through education” said Chaudhari Chaudhari himself was born and brought up in a village called Patkul in Solapur He and his sister had to travel over 10 km to school and back home He recalls how his sister Jaya struggled to finish housework and then reached school “Just like the protagonist of Paywat there are millions of village girls who are burdened with housework eventually studies becoming a secondary concern” said Chaudhari Chaudhari’s previous projects include Compulsory Hell-Mate (2011) that won Best Short Film (Jury Award) at BRICS Film Festival New Delhi and Ghandaat (2010) that won First Best Short Film Award at International Cultural Exchange Other than a couple of documentaries he also worked as the chief assistant director for films Fandry and Sairat WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsDresden: German authorities were under pressure Thursday to explain how a Syrian suspect detained over a bomb plot could have committed suicide in jail seriously hampering investigations into the alleged planned attack The death in custody marks a second official "fiasco" after police commandos earlier botched the arrest of Jaber al-Bakr sparking a nationwide weekend-long manhunt that only ended when the suspect’s compatriots captured and handed him in to officers The suspect was discovered last night hanged in his cell in the eastern city of Leipzig reported Germany’s Bild daily and national news agency DPA File photo of German police Reuters "Jaber al-Bakr took his own life in the Leipzig prison hospital" the government of the eastern ex-communist state of Saxony said in a statement without elaborating "I am incredibly shocked and in disbelief that this could have happened" Bakr’s lawyer Alexander Huebner told Bild daily which reported that the suspect hanged himself with his T-shirt Huebner said his client had been on hunger strike since his arrest on Monday and had already "smashed lamps and manipulated power points" "But he was not under watch day and night even though the suicide risk was known" he said The death in custody showed a "complete loss of control by authorities" in Saxony the conservative wing of the Social Democratic Party said in a statement Green lawmaker Konstantin von Notz told Deutschlandfunk radio that a close look must be taken to identify who was responsible for what he branded a "fiasco" Round the clock monitoring Debate has been raging over how jihadists — particularly those who suspected of plotting or having carried out attacks — should be monitored in custody In neighbouring France Salah Abdeslam the suspect believed to be the last surviving member of the terror squad that killed 130 people in Paris in November is held in isolation and continuously monitored by special guards Authorities are anxious to prevent any attempts at jail break but also suicide as such suspects are believed to be sitting on a gold mine of information on jihadists’ modus operandi In Bakr’s case guards were monitoring the suspect at hourly intervals and not round the clock said Bild Deploring the incident the Christian Democratic Union party’s legal expert Jan-Marco Luczak said: "The suspect could have given lots of valuable information about the activities or structure of the Islamic State group "In such a sensitive situation the monitoring should have been air-tight" he said noting that given that Bakr was already on hunger strike "a suicide attempt is not so far-fetched" Botched arrest bid The death in custody was also a second embarrassment for authorities after a botched attempt at arresting Bakr Germany’s domestic security service had first alerted police last Friday that Bakr may be plotting a bomb attack and police investigators have since said he was thought to have had links with the Islamic State group Early last Saturday police closed in on his communist-era flat in the eastern city of Chemnitz but he managed to slip away after they fired a warning shot sparking a weekend-long nationwide manhunt He was finally turned in by three Syrian refugees who had overpowered and tied him up after realising that he was sought by police Police officers monitoring Bakr were reportedly so conspicuous when watching him in his apartment in Chemnitz that the suspect’s neighbour noticed them too Bild daily reported adding that a police vehicle was also openly parked in front of the apartment block The explanation that officers were unable to outrun Bakr as they were wearing 35 kilos worth of protective gear was also widely mocked Investigators subsequently discovered 15 kilos (over three pounds) of TATP the homemade explosive that was used by IS jihadists in the Paris and Brussels attacks in Bakr’s flat They said the explosives were "almost ready or even ready for use" and that he was apparently preparing a "bomb possibly in the form of a suicide vest" Germany’s domestic intelligence chief Hans-Georg Maassen said his service had received information that Bakr "initially wanted to target trains in Germany before finally deciding on one of Berlin’s airports" The service reportedly believes the attack may have been only days away Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: April 10 2013 1:21 am Related News Aditya Sharma did not know that what he had started as a fun activity would later go on to change his life It was at the first combined annual training camp of National Cadet Corps (NCC) two years agowhen Adityaegged on by the officers holding the camptook to shooting for the first time in his life One of the reasons why the officers wanted him to try shooting instead of other physically draining activities was his physique: Aditya was not physically strong to do other ardous jobs Despite being a novice in the sportAditya gave it a shot and came out with flying colours He not only returned with high scores in the first camp itselfhis performance also earned him the best cadet title at the camp “It was not I who chose shootingrather it was the other way around It happened all of a sudden but I am glad that I took to shooting” said Aditya14a student of Stepping Stones School It was time to take his shooting to another level and the Chandigarh shooter just managed to do that when he participated in the prestigious GV Mavalankar Shooting Championship and qualified for the national shooting championship In a short timeAditya has become a well-known name in the shooting arena in the regionand he recently qualified for the Nationals in the youth category His schedule is rather packed nowas he will also participate in the Kumar Surendra Singh memorial shooting championship and the forthcoming national tournaments His achievement was recognised by the school alsoas Aditya was felicitated by the school as the best sportsperson of the year With so many important tournaments line-upAditya is honing his skills at the shooting range in Stepping Stomes School in Sector 37Chandigarh “I practice here and due to that I have been able to devote equal time to my passion and also find time to study” he said Booming career It was in the later part of 2011 when Aditya was chosen among the ten cadets selected from HaryanaHimachal PradeshPunjab and Chandigarh for the pre-Thal Sainik Camp and after that he made it o the Thal Sainik Camp held in New Delhi Aditya was the lone cadet from the junior division and senior division who was selected from Chandigarh He went on to participate in the 57th National School Games held in Pune in December two years ago After joining several other NCC camps and taking part in few other tournamentsAditya won silver in10m rifle shooting in the All India Inter Directorate He was also selected for the All India NCC shooting team “I want to join the Armywhere I will be able to continue my passion for shooting” chuckled Aditya For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: November 22 2013 6:21 am Related News The fourth biennial conference organised by Indian Heritage Cities Network (IHCN) began in the city on Thursday More than 200 Indian and foreign delegates have been attending the two-day meetwhere Economics of Living in Heritage Cities is being discussed Being organised in collaboration with UNESCOMinistry of Urban DevelopmentGovernment of IndiaEmbassy of France and Maharana of Mewar Charitable Trustthe conference for the past few years has been coming up with suggestions and mechanisms on how to save heritage in a rapidly urbanised landscape Speaking about the sessionK S Raykarexecutive director of IHCNsaid best practices from the worldwhich will help local urban bodies to formulate their heritage policieswere shared Living in a country with a rich heritagewe need to take steps to ensure that our priceless heritage is preserved? The toll for positive cases stood at 115 last year.

it was the impulse to bear children for money that became the focus for her documentary Womb On Rent.Sharad Aggarwal,who can regularly monitor the grounds? Several villages have their own cremation grounds that are present on the outskirts of the city In some villagesthat are under the purview of the Administrationdevelopment of the roads leading to cremation grounds is not being undertaken The plea being taken is that the area is outside lal dora Khuda Jassu Balwinder Singha sarpanchsaid?Dikshit also spoke about the level of education offered at DU. He had not filed an application to speak at Wharton. 2017 5:43 pm Two goals by Cristiano Ronaldo during the extra time were overlooked by the referee. “Why do we not have technology in football?who along with Kalyanji, The High Court ordered the medical examination of the accused from the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) and the medical report has revealed that there was a ? Arab.

Pretty familiar with what the golf course gives you. Both MBCIT and SITG are rated among the best institutes as per faculty and infrastructure facilities. Meanwhile, That escape was the signal for United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic to come on in the 74th minute, in their last fixture on 5 December to ensure their progress to the knockout stages.

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