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They are young and enthusiastic and take their work very seriously, said Shivani For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: April 16 2011 12:44 am Related News They had cut the iron grills of the toilets window in the judicial lock-up to facilitate their escape Six prisoners all facing trials on charges of heinous crimes made a sensational escape from the court complex in Hisar on Friday afternoon The prisoners were brought from Central Jail in Hisar for a hearing They escaped by cutting the iron grills of the toilet window of the Bakshikhana a judicial lock-upwhere undertrials are kept in the court complex before and after their hearings The Haryana Police have launched a manhunt for the six prisoners and also registered a case against police personnel on charges of negligence Those who escapedinclude Sukhwinder of Bhatol Jatan (now Dayanand colony)Surajbhan alias Raju of Mahabir ColonyRavi alias Sonu of Indira colony all residents of HisarSunil alias Pilot of Krishan colonySonu of Sainipura and Pawan Kumar all residents of Hansi The prisoners were brought to the court complex at 10 am for a hearing in the post lunch session and were kept at the Bakshikhana The police could only make out that they had escapedwhen they entered the Bakshikhana to take the six prisoners to the courtrooms There was panic all around The policemen were seen running here and theresearching for the prisonerswho might have escaped at least half an hour before the police came to know about it? Djibouti.32 lakh people,Ilena D’Cruz.

2015 9:18 am Upen Patel got eliminated from the popular reality show ‘Bigg Boss 8’ and became the first contestant to be evicted in the mid-week. ? The ’36 China Town’ actor said the eviction came to him as a surprise “I was completely surprised that I got eliminated My elimination was little different as it came very late at night Suddenly there was an announcement from Big Boss and we all came out” Upen told PTI “We were made to lie down in the coffins specially created for each of us None of us knew what is about to follow” Upen said The London-based model who entered the show as one of the most sorted contestant this season suddenly started showing a different version of himself by picking up unnecessary fights with his co-contestants forcing them to nominate him for this week’s elimination There are reports that more contestants will be evicted this week from the reality show after Upen’s eviction as the show is heading for its finale in two days where top five will compete with five previous ‘Bigg Boss’ contestants on the show’s new segment ‘Bigg Boss Halla Bol’ The Colors show went on air September 21 took off with 15 celebrities from different walks of life The house currently has Ajaz Khan Pritam Gautam Puneet Issar Karishma Dimpy Sonali and Ali For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aniruddha Ghosal | New Delhi | Published: July 9 2014 1:07 am The area in Rohtak where encounter took place on Monday (Gajendra Yadav) Related News The busy Bajrang House railway crossing in Rohtak was momentarily stunned when gun shots rang over the more commonplace sound of traffic after 5 pm on Monday A day later the traffic has resumed but Delhi Police’s dramatic encounter-killing in the middle of Rohtak is the only thing everyone is talking about Ramesh Grover who runs a paint store near the railway crossing had just settled down with a cup of tea when the firing began “The Ertiga was being followed by the Delhi Police car They were on the carriageway that led from Hisar to Rohtak City The Ertiga skidded to a stop because there was a motorcycle in front of it and it swerved to the right” he said Grover’s testimony was echoed by his neighbour Raj Kumar Gupta who runs a sweets shop According to eyewitnesses police opened fire at the Ertiga which by then had swerved to the right and had come to a stop with at least one of its rear tires being shot at Those at the crossing later learnt that a team from the Delhi Police had been pursuing the car — which they believed was being driven by those who had abducted a businessman from Sikarpur in Delhi “I think there was someone else in the car with them But it happened so fast I was on my bike Others later told me that there was nobody else with the two” Mayukh a student in Rohtak said During the encounter Rajkumar (26) died after sustaining three bullet injuries while Jyoti — in her thirties — was shot through the neck and died around 3 am at PGIMS Rohtak on Tuesday Despite police’s claim that they opened fire after being shot at by those in the vehicle eyewitnesses said they couldn’t clearly tell if there had been any cross-firing “The gunfire took us all by surprise A man in plain clothes — who we were later told was from the Delhi Police — shot at the car from a distance I could see the Ertiga clearly from where I sat but I don’t remember seeing anyone firing at police” Darpan who runs a juice shop at the railway crossing said This was corroborated by Deepak a tea seller who sits outside the Bajrang House Asked if there were other people in the car apart from the two who died during the encounter multiple theories and answers emerged While some claimed the two were alone others said a third had escaped during the firing On Tuesday Delhi Police officers involved in the encounter went to the spot once again — this time with a team of forensic experts to help reconstruct the crime Raj Kumar’s father Satbir himself a former officer with the Delhi police alleged that a conspiracy was being hatched by police officers who had killed his son “My son had no criminal cases against him in Delhi or elsewhere If he was a ‘wanted’ criminal who had to be gunned down in broad daylight why wasn’t he armed If he was unarmed why gun him down and rob him of an explanation” Satbir said “Moreover if he was a wanted criminal then how was it that his body was logged as “unidentified” at the hospital” he said Raj Kumar’s family held a protest near their residence blocking traffic on the Delhi-Rohtak road demanding immediate action against the Delhi police officers Satbir alleged that Delhi Police officers were dressing up what he termed as “brutal murder” and passing it off as a legitimate encounter to save their themselves “I have written to the district administration I want an investigation by higher authorities” he said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | Mumbai | Published: January 2 2015 6:55 pm “My son knows he hails from the film industry and yes there is a fascination in him about films but let him grow up” says Arbaaz Khan Related News Actor-filmmaker Arbaaz Khan says his son Arhaan has a fascination for films but right now is concentrating on his studies “My son is 12 years and he is currently interested in studies” said Arbaaz “He knows he hails from the film industry and yes there is a fascination in him about films but let him grow up We will encourage him if he is interested” he added The actor-filmmaker is currently busy promoting his production venture ‘Dolly Ki Doli‘ Directed by Abhishek Dogra the film features Sonam Kapoor and Rajkummar Rao among others For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Devendra Pandey | Sydney | Updated: January 23 2016 7:07 am Virat Kohli has made two centuries in the series thus far but MS Dhoni has been underwhelming in his role as finisher (Source: File) Related News It was a rainy Friday in Sydney While most of the Indians stayed put in their hotel rooms some dared the showers to play dutiful husbands by taking their wives out shopping in the vicinity of the conveniently located InterContinental Some others those not in the T20 squad and bound for India come Sunday would have started packing their bags Just over a year ago the Indian team had similarly landed in this historic city to face Australia in an ODI searching for their first win on tour And this time around the clouds were ominous the weather was stormy and the match only lasted 16 overs with India reaching 69 for 2 before the a thunderstorm ended the game prematurely With Saturday expected to be an equally bad day in terms of the rain chances are likely that the two teams spend more time in the changing rooms than they do on the Sydney Cricket Ground’s (SCG) lush outfield Not that it would make any difference to the fate of the five-match series which the hosts had sealed rather comprehensively in Melbourne itself But considering the way things have gone over the last two weeks it’s Australia more than India who will rue not getting a chance to close out the series especially with a 5-0 score-line within touching distance And understandably the conversations during the routine pre-match press conference had little to do with the match itself If anything it looked like both Virat Kohli and the media were trying their best to avoid it After all there aren’t too many questions that haven’t been answered already by Kohli & Co as they’ve gone down 4-0 especially off the field The lengthy chat instead was focused more towards Kohli’s fondness for Australia his success here comparisons with Viv Richards and his role as the heir apparent to MS Dhoni in the ODI format “Australia is a country I like coming to It has a very positive vibe; it’s very relaxed We can be ourselves here We can walk around and just have a normal life That really helps you be in a very good mental space No attention all the time no pressure” he said regarding his relationship with Australia But neither he nor the media could obviously avoid the state of the series forever And the attention did turn briefly towards Saturday’s match As morale-crushing as the score-line must be on its own what must really hurt Dhoni’s team is the fact that they haven’t really played all that miserably Good but not good enough Their batsmen have done better than any of their predecessors ever managed to in terms of consistency anyway in the 50-over format Down Under Thrice in four games they have comfortably gone past the 300-run mark And once they have fallen short of that mark by four runs Yet they have been outplayed There has been a lot of talk about the pitches and how even the Australian bowlers haven’t quite made the kind of impact you expect of them on home soil But the fact remains that it is India who have fallen short on all four occasions Kohli who has gone past 50 in all four innings and has two centuries to boot agreed that that as demoralizing as the losses have been the worst part is the realisation that they haven’t really played all that badly in his opinion anyway To his credit he did try his best to sound upbeat and revealed that the visitors would be looking at the remaining matches—fifth ODI and three T20s—as the second half of a eight-match series “It hurts even more If you’re not playing well that’s a different story but when you’re playing good cricket it hurts even more that you’re not able to cross the finish line The morale is pretty similar to how we came initially Everyone’s trying and still working hard Because we know we’re playing good cricket and we’ve always believed in the four games that we can cross the line at any stage” he said Generally when a team is so close to being clean-swept the opinions about them would range from disappointment shock to even utter disgust But such has been the strange sequence of events so far that cricket followers in Australia both local and Indian are more puzzled as to how or how come Dhoni & Co don’t have a win to their name “Like I said from here we will try to see it as we have lost four matches and we need to win the remaining four If we don’t differentiate between formats it will be better for us mentally – as long as we do well in tomorrow’s match Then if we do well in the T20 matches we’ll get a lot of confidence” is how Kohli put it Some of Dhoni’s decisions the one to drop R Ashwin after the second game in Brisbane in particular have left many perplexed though not for the first time in his illustrious captaincy career And he’s also gone on to openly hint that he doesn’t trust his all-rounders despite giving both his greenhorns—Gurkeerat Singh Mann and Rishi Dhawan—chances in must-win matches But Kohli didn’t believe in criticizing his bowlers and rather felt that it was the Australian batsmen who deserved credit for chasing down totals with consummate ease “We need to give credit to the Australian batsmen also They know their conditions pretty well; they know the grounds the angles everything And they’ve worked out pretty well how to chase scores down and set us a big total like the last game as well They’re world champions; they have a record streak of 18 wins at home which is amazing They are a pretty difficult side to beat at home” he said The rained-off encounter last January wasn’t the last occasion India and Australia met at the SCG in a 50-over contest however That came in March 2015 when they took on each other in the World Cup semifinal Like we know now it was a rather one-sided contest that set up yet another crowning glory for the men in yellow And if the rain does relent and the teams do get a chance at a full-game you find it difficult to imagine this Indian team avoiding a repeat of that drubbing and the humiliation of a whitewash Live on Star Sports 1 & 3: 8:50 am For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News The exercise of paying the conversion fee and making the basement habitable has to be done in advance, pointed out Sharma While the Estate Office action would not affect the day-to-day business of these hotels as an immediate fallout of the actionthe owners of these sites will not be able to transfersell the property or mortgage it for any purpose Alsothose who are running bars from their basements will not be able to get their existing licenses renewed for running them in the next financial year as long as the litigation is pending Arbitrary movesays hotel body Asked for his comments on the Estate Office decisionChandigarh Hotels Association (CHA) General Secretary Ashok Bansal said that the EO has arbitrarily cancelled the hotel sitesthat too in violation of the orders of the chief administrator dated September 92004 The order states that the Estate Office was required to take control and regularise the basements For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related Newswho collaborated with Tushar and Vikram Sethi of the Institute of Contemporary Indian Art (ICIA) at Kalaghoda, for the 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Rajni is one of the thousands of schoolchildren who brought the opening ceremony alive with their performances. All the injured were rushed to? 2017. This man can be seen peacefully in crowd during shooting http://s.t.and interventions by the court, and said it will play a decisive role in government formation post-elections. I’m just going to go with that. Giri launched a fine king side attack and sacrificed a couple of pawns on the other flank to distract Grischuk. Just to put it into perspective, A lot of guys in the change room will be really looking to turn it on and put some big performance.

“It’s not good enough to say you don’t understand Facebook or you can’t work out how to use an iPhone,” The man, He decided to join the Army, Midfielder Jonjo Shelvey,5 overs (Darren Sammy 50 not out,Carlos Brathwaite 33; Josh Hazlewood 3/13 Andrew Tye 2/35) by 3 wickets with 1 ball to spare For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shivani Naik | Mumbai | Updated: April 18 2016 7:07 pm The Tripura gymnast is one of the few practitioners of the Produnova vault Related News Dipa Karmakar India’s spunky gymnast continues to rise in standings picking her second major bronze medal internationally this time at the Asian Championships at Hiroshima last weekend One of the rare practitioners of the Produnova vault (Difficulty highest at 7000) across the globe Karmakar is steadily improving her scores and achieving consistency Still in pursuit of the perfect landing the Tripura gymnast who turns 22 on Friday is excited about the possibilities that qualification for the Rio Games would open up for her Here she talks about the journey from Glasgow the happy venue for her maiden CWG medal to Glasgow where she will compete at the World Championships aiming for a podium Share This Article Related Article How important was this win at Hiroshima It was the first time I was participating at the Asian Championships and I won a medal in my first outing The score (14725) was better than what got me the Commonwealth Games medal (14336) so I have improved If not for the deductions it could’ve been even better – 14988 on the first Vault and 14812 on the second The other medallists from China and Japan were past Youth Olympic champions and come from countries with very high global standards I was the only girl doing the double front (Produnova) and the Chinese coach walked upto me and appreciated my effort What are the specific improvements In the Tsukahara 360 – my first vault there was a lot of technical improvement needed The body balance the pike position the feet were bending and not going smoothly over the back I had wobbled a little in my turns at the CWG last year but I’m improving on the spins In the second vault – the Produnova my leg used to bend a lot I’m working on that And my landing is all-important I need to improve further Are the deduction penalties a concern The difficulty for my second vault (Produnova) is the highest but the execution is very important Deductions from penalties are costing me marks Even this time I could’ve won silver if it wasn’t for a penalty At the Asian Games too I could’ve been second had my hand not touched the floor My landing needs to improve but the only way to get it right is by practicing Hundreds of repetitions will make it perfect there is no other way How was the lead-up to the Asian Championships Our national camp was shut for 8 months so I couldn’t train during that time in Delhi so a lot of time was lost I got only two months since June and it’s good I resumed quickly and won a medal despite the brief training time In Tripura there is no foam pit for landing the risky routines so I couldn’t go through the entire workout In Tripura me and my coach worked on basics Why was there no camp for 8 months That we don’t know My coach said our job is to keep practicing whichever way is possible so we took this opportunity to really perfect my basics Gymnastics has a lot of small things and we thought we might as well use the time to work on those basics There’s no point sitting and brooding there’s always a hundred things to do instead of sulking I prepared for the Asian meet for two months and delivered a medal Do you think you need to go abroad to train No other coach in the world except Bisweswar Nandi would’ve encouraged me and trained me for the risky Produnova routine Without him I’d never have reached anywhere Now there’s no need to go abroad I have everything that’s needed in Delhi You’ll return to Glasgow for the Worlds where you first won the CWG medal Your thoughts A medal is necessary at the World Championships to qualify for the Olympics I really think it is possible The first time I went to Glasgow at the same venue (Hydro SECC) was the first time I’d attempted the Produnova in competition The medal was a good confidence booster but now I want more success I’m working very hard so I don’t want to stop believing that even a World medal is possible I’ve been to the World Championships three times and my best showing was at Nanning last year where I finished 10th (14483) and was in the reserves for the final My confidence is high After the medal at Hiroshima my team-mates were all celebrating and people came to receive me at the airport in Delhi When I go to Tripura I know people will be delirious But the World Championships is the big meet ROUTE TO RIO Apart from the World titles Glasgow is also crucial for individual qualification berths to both next spring’s Olympic Test Event in Rio de Janeiro (BRA) and next summer’s Olympic Games The top 24 teams from the 2014 World Championships in Nanning last year will compete in Glasgow where the top eight men’s and women’s teams from the team qualification round will automatically earn team berths to the Olympics Teams ranked 9th through 16th will advance to the Rio Test Event in April 2016 where the top four teams (also from the qualification round) will also punch their ticket to the summer Games Gymnasts who earn a medal in Individual Apparatus Event Finals in Glasgow also qualify directly to the Games provided they come from a country that has not already qualified a team Teams ranked 17th-24th at the 2015 Worlds will be allowed to send two individual gymnasts to the 2016 Test Event while other national federations with a gymnast who participates in All-around qualification at the World Championships will earn the right to send one gymnast to the Test Event based on the gymnast’s ranking In this way 40 male and 40 female gymnasts will qualify to the Test Event in Rio For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India Written by Kaunain Sheriff M Sumegha Gulati | New Delhi | Updated: February 2 2015 1:03 pm Narendra Modi Related News Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday spoke to people in Dwarka calling himself the “original Dwarkawala” and exhorting the residents to throw their lot with his “lucky” government “I am from the original Dwarka But now I am a Delhi resident” Modi said amid cheers He said he was “lucky” that global fuel prices had sharply declined since he came to power last May and Delhi’s people should vote for his party’s “lucky” government Read Also:On campaign trail Sonia slams ‘pracharak’ Modi ‘dharnebaaj’ Kejriwal “Haven’t prices of petrol and diesel come down Have you not been saving more… My critics say Modi is lucky… If my good luck can bring down prices of petrol diesel and save you money then why bring in the unlucky ones” he said rhetorically Share This Article Related Article Claiming his “right” over Delhi Modi said the city had given him a lot and he would return it “with interest” if given a chance to serve “You gave me seven Lok Sabha seats I have to now return it with interest — with development by solving your problems… If you give me a government that only protests they will not be interested in talking or finding solutions So I have come to seek your blessings (for the BJP)” he said in indirect reference to the AAP He launched a veiled attack against the AAP for its “false promises” and targetted its chief Arvind Kejriwal for “fooling” the citizens with his “innocent face” He urged voters for a full mandate as “wasting one year pushes Delhi back by 25 years” Modi also touched on local issues especially Dwarka’s water woes “I had spoken about Dwarka’s water problem As soon as the BJP formed a government in Haryana we solved this issue” he said referring to the recent agreement with Haryana to release more water into the Munak canal which serves Dwarka The Prime Minister also mentioned BJP’s pre-poll move to regularise unauthorised colonies promising he would construct high-rises for slum dwellers near their workplaces Highlights of Modi’s speech #There is a habit in politics to make promises and then forget them #People here indulge in sloganeering #We are up against such opponents who deal under the table to form governments #These people think about a big lie everyday that can be swung to the media To stay in news # People say that all this has happened because Narendra Modi is lucky If my luck can benefit the country why do you need to elect an unlucky government #We need a balanced growth Development of one region is not the development of the country: Modi #I want to take Delhi to new heights This is not the responsibility of the Delhi government only Government of India needs to take responsibility Delhi is mini India: Modi #India is getting younger while many other countries are getting older: Modi #When I meet global leaders I treat them as equals because I have the support of the people of India: Modi #No good luck is better than the blessing of 125 crore people: Modi #If you give a government that believes in agitations they won’t have time to discuss your issues They only need space in media: Modi #To be in government is a serious responsibility It is about understanding the pains of the common man: Modi #Delhi needs a responsible sensitive government: Modi For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shahid Judge | Mumbai | Updated: May 21 2014 4:50 pm Related News Rakesh Kumar a formidable raider of kabaddi’s mud-court and hero of last two Asian Games has become the most expensive player at the first Pro Kabaddi League auction The 32-year-old was picked by the Rajesh Shah owned-Patna franchise for Rs 128 lakh Five of the eight teams haggled for the champion player but Patna proved to be the most stubborn repeatedly cranking up the 4 lakh base price Roughly 1000 kilometres away from the auction venue Rakesh was at the national camp in Bangalore Known for his calm mind the two-time Asian Games and double World Cup champion repeatedly chirped “I’m just so happy” as he struggling to finds words Rural beginnings Born and brought up in Nizampur a village in the outskirts of New Delhi Kumar son of a farmer took up the sport in 1997 during his school days “It was always a big thing in school and a lot of people played it My elder brother did too and so I started as well” he recalls The then 15-year-old saw a sharp rise in his stature entering school nationals the following year played for Delhi and finally broke into the national team in 2003 He was eventually given the captain’s role starred in the 2006 Asiad final at Doha and led the team to the 2010 Asian Games gold He however missed most of the latter final after an Iranian defender’s knee collided with his head The result had the captain lying on the sidelines for about 20 minutes before he was taken to hospital for further examination Winning the Arjuna Award in the following year the Senior Ticket Collector at New Delhi railway station (given his appointment with Indian Railways) had already established himself as a village hero “Everybody knows me in the village but it took me some time to start identifying everyone” he explains He does however go further to explain that he is more commonly recognised as ‘Munna’ “If you say ‘Rakesh’ not many would recognise me Even some of the national coaches who have seen me grow up call me that” he proclaims laughing He was Munna even when Delhi clinched the National title for the first time in 32 years in 2000 – the same season he debuted and he remains Munna still – now a father to a 2-year-old-son At the Pro Kabaddi League he will turn out for the Patna team under coach Rambir Singh Khokhar one of those coaches who have known him since his childhood Worth the money “He has always been a very good player and was well worth the price” says the coach “He’s a match winner Some may think he’s old but what he has lost in speed because of his age he makes up for with his experience and movement on court” says U Mumba coach E Bhaskar who had also urged his owner to bid for the raider As for the hefty price tag Kumar isn’t worried about the weight of expectations “I’ve never been rewarded in such a grand manner ever before in my life I’ve worked hard at the game and that’s not going to change” he concludes For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related Newsfor Mumbai to begin their?

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