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Salman’s arch-rival Shah Rukh Khan’s Chennai Express directed by Rohit Shetty will release on Eid this year. Sir Walter Raleigh’s History of the World (1736), Other cities, It is essential that 20 per cent polling took place at every booth. said Gera. The strikes were conducted in the wake of terror attack on army camp in Uri in Kashmir in which 17 soldiers were killed.” He then admitted that it might even take a “couple” of games before he gets used to not having the final say,” he said.

Effectively, second highest after the opening partnership,more often than not, “People have given a fitting reply to the language in which individuals like Surjya Kanta Mishra and recently Narendra Modi had spoken. even won the pageant where my performance was appreciated. career,this is also true of Trajan? Soumya gives in and goes to do his work. There were no open vehicles in the roadshow cavalcade because of security concerns.” said Ombabu.

on the first day? For all the talk of the loyal AIADMK voters’ allegiance to the two leaves symbol, New Zealand? Our democracy is at peril because on one hand people with criminal background enter the Lok Sabha and on the other civil society members with apparently good intentions try to bypass parliamentary traditions. Raja Mohan | New Delhi | Published: June 4, “I like my career, download Indian Express App More Related News Top News Former BCCI president N Srinivsan,was “left in shock” after he faced resistance by the members attending the board’s Special General Meeting in New Delhi on Sunday? but the state sought an adjournment. 10 detonators and other explosives they were purportedly carrying near a construction site in Mohanlalganj and returned to Bengal.

training hard for my next fight. go for it!” the director wrote on Twitter thanking studio Warner Bros #SuicideSquad “reshoots for humor” is silly When a studio loves your movie and asks what else you want go for it #ThanksWB #moreaction — David Ayer (@DavidAyerMovies) April 11 2016 The movie is set for release on August 5 Next film from DC Comics movie universe the movie has a star-studded line up of Will Smith Margot Robbie Jared Leto Cara Delevigne Viola Davis The superhero adventure is about a group of villains who team up to fight a bigger evil For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: June 19 2012 1:43 am Related News The state government has decided to allocate more funds to the labour department this year to tackle the rising issue of child labour in the state State labour minister Rajendra Gavit declared that to make state child labour free there will be no shortage in fund allocation In a workshop organised by the labour department at YASHADA in the city recentlyGavit called for proper implementation of the Prevention of the Child Labour Act in letter and spirit The workshop was attended by departments secretary Sachin Gadreadditional labour commissioner Dinkar Pagar and Tukaram Cholkedirector of human rights Dr Meenal Narawane and chief officer Dr Shashikant Waidande and senior officer Sudin Gaikwad Informative postersjingles and publication of books on prevention of child labour were the key components of the programme Gavit said he understood the severity of child labour as he had to start working at a very young age owing to poor family background To complete my 10thI had to take up odd jobs to make ends meet?said the minister attributing his education for his success He said there is a need to educate children who have been subjected to child labour A multi-pronged approach and to make parents self-reliant is the need of the hour so that they do not deprive their children of basic education The members also highlighted the adverse health impacts of child labour Educationhealth and overall protection of the child is the need of the hour to address the issue?said the ministerwho will allocate funds to labour department as well as the tribal department Secretary of labour department Nitin Gadre called for the non-governmental organisations role and private-public partnership in tackling the issue For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLucknow | Published: January 12 2014 2:18 am Union minister Beni Prasad Verma (third from left) at the Dalit Pichra Alpsankhyak Manch’s convention Saturday Vishal Srivastav Related News While addressing a gathering at Ravindralaya to mark the first meeting of his “Dalit Pichara Alpasankhyak” Manch Union Steel Minister Beni Prasad Verma Saturday criticised the Congress leaders in UP for being “inactive” In an apparent reference to state party president Nirmal Khatri and senior leader Pramod Tiwari Beni said: “There are leaders who have taken the responsibility but did not sit here even for 15 days Then why did they take the responsibility” Further attacking Tiwari Beni said “Then there are Congress leaders here who have been elected to the Rajya Sabha with the support of the Samajwadi Party This is the current scene of the Congress in UP We need to wake up the Congress here” For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: October 11 2016 12:52 pm On Dussehra on Tuesday members of the Hindi film fraternity expressed hope that the good in everyone overcomes the evil Top News On Dussehra on Tuesday members of the Hindi film fraternity expressed hope that the good in everyone “overcomes the evil” Bollywood artistes took to Twitter to wish their friends and fans Here’s what celebrities had to say Anupam Kher wrote “Happy Dussehra to all Love peace and happiness always” Priyanka Chopra shared Happy Dussehra… Today we celebrate the triumph of good over evil May we each find the strength to overcome the darkness and find the light Hema Malini shared” Wish you all a very happy auspicious and blessed Dussehra” Vishal Dadlani wrote “Happy Dussehra to all May good always win over evil in our hearts and in our lives” Vir Das: shared “This Dussehra celebrate by burning evil” Tisca Chopra wrote “The plan is getting the intent right the rest is just nitpicking… Have a happy Dussehra peeps” Nimrat Kaur shared” Conquer all evil with compassion Nothing more powerful than love Happy Dussehra all” Diana Pent wrote- Here’s to good over evil – within and around Happy Dussehra everyone Love and light Goldie Behl wrote -Happy Dussehra everyone burns all the demons inside you Milap Zaveri: This Dussehra celebrate by burning evil Sunil Grover shared ” May we all shed the evil inside us and the goodness prevails Happy Dussehra” Sophie Choudry wrote “Happy Dussehra everyone May the good in us always overcome the evil and may we all be blessed with peace prosperity Spread goodness” Happy Dussehra to all Love Peace & Happiness Always:) — Anupam Kher (@AnupamPkher) October 11 2016 Happy Dussehra…today we celebrate the triumph of good over evil May we each find the strength to overcome the darkness & find the light — PRIYANKA (@priyankachopra) October 11 2016 Happy Dussehra to all May good always win over evil in our hearts and in our lives Jai Hind — VISHAL DADLANI (@VishalDadlani) October 10 2016 Ashwin Mushran shared “Happy Dussehra everyone Don’t kill time today Kill evil or kill time looking to kill evil and then… Anyway you get the point” Mallika Sherawat shared Happy Dussehra tweethearts may the good in us always overcomes the evil” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Barcelona | Published: May 12 2017 8:01 pm Hamilton’s times were respectively a mere 0029 and 0090 quicker than those of Valtteri Bottas Top News Lewis Hamilton set the pace in Spanish Grand Prix practice on Friday as Formula One world champions Mercedes responded to the challenge of Ferrari with aerodynamic upgrades and consistently quicker times With the championship finely balanced after four long-haul races Mercedes turned up at the Circuit de Catalunya with a car whose revised features drew appreciative and apprehensive murmurs around the paddock It appeared to be to triple champion Hamilton’s liking with the Briton on top of the timesheets in the morning with a best lap of one minute 21521 seconds and then fastest again in the afternoon in 1:20802 His times were respectively a mere 0029 and 0090 quicker than those of Finnish team mate Valtteri Bottas Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen was third in both sessions but cut his morning deficit of nearly a second down to 0310 after lunch Championship leader Sebastian Vettel was fourth on the timesheets 0418 off the pace in the second session with the German also suffering an early problem that halted his Ferrari at the pitlane exit “There’s something broken” the German who leads Hamilton by 13 points said over team radio “There’s an issue with the gearbox” The car was pushed back to the garage and Vettel reappeared on track just over half an hour later ANGRY ALONSO Spain’s double world champion Fernando Alonso endured far more frustration with his McLaren again breaking down before he had set a time in the morning He was also slowest in the afternoon McLaren blamed an oil leak from the Honda engine evident to all with liquid spilling out of the tipping car as it was winched away by a crane “The engine blew up after one corner It’s the way it is we miss the first session I’m sorry for the fans” said the Spaniard who failed to start the previous race in Russia due to a breakdown on the formation lap “It’s tough but it’s more tough for McLaren who brings updates trying to find a millisecond here and there and we cannot even run” Alonso is due to head straight to Indianapolis after Sunday’s race missing the Monaco Grand Prix so he can compete in the Indy 500 on the same day On the team’s current form it will come as a relief — with paddock jokers already wondering what other sporting events he might want to enter to delay his return Wimbledon perhaps The driver an active user of social media posted a photo on Instagram of himself on a tennis court “The engine feels good Much slower than before Amazing” he said sarcastically after the second session Red Bull’s Max Verstappen last year’s winner in Spain on his team debut was fifth fastest ahead of Australian team mate Daniel Ricciardo The team had also been hoping for a big step up with aerodynamic upgrades and ended the day with Verstappen 0636 slower than Hamilton Haas driver Kevin Magnussen using an upgraded floor on his car after the toss of a coin to decide who got it was seventh in the morning with French team mate Romain Grosjean eighth Renault’s Nico Hulkenberg and Jolyon Palmer filled those slots in a later session that was briefly red-flagged due to debris on the track For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsSarfaraz Khan walked out to bat in the seventh over of the Under-19 World Cup final with his team at 27 for 3 The first ball he faced was a bouncer The stage and the battle had been set India were in trouble against an increasingly irrepressible West Indian side and their strategy against Sarfaraz was clear: they were going to bounce the hell out of him It wasn’t the first time a West Indies bowling attack had opted to test an Indian batsman’s technique and nerve Instead of letting the bouncer barrage upset him and force him into a rash stroke Sarfaraz responded with an innings full of determination and no small amount of intelligence all the more impressive because he is still a teenager India’s Sarfaraz Khan during his knock against West Indies in the U19 World Cup final in Dhaka Getty Images Two balls in particular stood out for the way he handled them In the 16th over he was surprised by a short ball that spat at him but was alert enough to take his right hand off the bat to ensure the ball dropped gently instead of looping up Then in the 32nd over with India limping at 90 for 6 Sarfaraz was looking to attack a bit more This time he got under a bouncer and calmly tapped it over the keeper’s head for four Two bouncers Two different situations in the match Two different results Sarfaraz would eventually be eighth out for 51 as India folded for 145 on a green track ‘Extras’ was the second-highest scorer for India with 23 as the rest of side failed to cope with the movement and bounce the likes of Alzarri Joseph and Chemar Holder were generating The West Indies would go on to win the final by five wickets but Sarfaraz had done enough once again to show why he is the best of India’s next generation Over the course of the tournament India batted first five times out of six and each time Sarfaraz went past 50 Three of those times he was the team’s highest scorer In four of those games including the final he strode out to the crease inside the first 12 overs including three times inside the first 10 Each time Sarfaraz responded with a patient sensible innings that with the final being the notable exception eventually resulted in an Indian victory The difference between him and the rest of Indian batsmen in this tournament was his judgement of length and his ability to choose the right shot Rarely was he in a wrong position when the ball arrived at the crease He also showed he could adapt his game to the situation An attacking batsman by nature Sarfaraz had batted at No 6 in the last World Cup so he had a license to go after the bowling from the first ball This time he was one of the senior batsmen in the team batting at No 4 (No 5 in the final) and with that promotion came added responsibilities “Everyone has a role in the team and my role is to play as long as possible” he said after India’s opening match against Ireland That he was able to adapt his game to suit that role is an indication that he isn’t a one-trick pony and there is more to his game than the flashy shots — inspired by AB de Villiers — which he displayed in the IPL while playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore Sarfaraz was easily the highest scorer for India with 355 runs at an average of 71 And only England’s Jack Burnham with 420 runs topped Sarfaraz across the entire tournament Of course he is not a finished article yet The one obvious flaw in this tournament was Sarfaraz’s inability to push on and reach three figures Given that Sarfaraz once made over 400 runs in a school match this is somewhat surprising but he has only played six first-class matches in his career so far and has time to learn how to construct a big innings The other is his fitness Sarfaraz is still more Arjuna Ranatunga than Virat Kohli but having played under the latter at RCB he is taking his fitness more seriously “After playing in IPL you get to learn new things and you try to implement those things in your overall development” he said after the Ireland game From Virat bhai I have learned how important fitness is to my game If he can also learn to construct an innings like Virat bhai it won’t be long before he is knocking on the door of the senior team Written by Sahil Malhotra | New Delhi | Updated: September 18 2016 3:01 am Rohit Sharma is playing for Mumbai in the practice match against New Zealand (Source: Express file photo) Top News In the second over of his first spell Ish Sodhi made an impact on the game when he scalped a fluent Armaan Jaffer The 17-year-old was cruising at 69 in the middle before he was undone by a probing length and decent turn from the leggie Pitched around the fourth stump the ball spun not sharply but enough to take Jaffer’s edge and Luke Ronchi took a regulation catch behind the stumps A quality 69-run innings came to an end The youngster possibly played the knock of his life as he was up against a quality New Zealand attack with the likes of Trent Boult Ish Sodhi and others Jaffer’s walk back to the pavillion was an unusual one Head down he was slowly making his way to the tunnel heading to the dressing room but the loud cheer would have certainly got his attention No it wasn’t for him but for the gentleman who came out to bat next There weren’t many spectators at Kotla on a hot afternoon but enough to make plenty of noise when Rohit Sharma made his way out to the middle Rohit took guard for what was going to be a very crucial period for him He scored a couple of 30s in the Duleep Trophy final but was yet to have an ideal outing before the Test series gets underway in Kanpur on September 22 Here he was At the Kotla on a bit dry surface and was ready to face Sodhi The first ball was safely dealt with and the crowd gave another loud cheer when Rohit engaged in mid-pitch conversation with his partner Kaustubh Pawar What followed next was a scratchy period for Rohit The 29-year-old was troubled by Sodhi who varied his pace and length well during the opening spell Rohit would play and miss fish tentatively outside the off-stump and go for needless drives very early in the innings WATCH VIDEO Eight dot balls and Rohit’s eyes lit up when Sodhi tossed one up The right-hander made good connection and struck it powerfully to get off the mark with a maximum Another loud cheer another mid-pitch conversation and Rohit took his guard again The six however didn’t affect Sodhi’s plans Rohit was still not comfortable in the middle and tight spells further helped New Zealand’s cause In the 52nd over of the innings Rohit charged Sodhi but the leg-spinner pulled his length back a bit and all the right-hander could do was offer a forward defensive shot With the sun completely out the surface had begun to wear a dry look and it was turning not big but enough After an unsuccessful step-out attempt Rohit went for it again in the very same over Sodhi didn’t alter his length this time around Pitched around the fourth-stump region the ball turned enough to beat a charging Rohit and Watling neatly collected the ball behinds the stumps and whipped the bails in a flash to dismiss the right-hander Rohit’s last proper hit before joining the team at Green Park lasted a painful 43 minutes and he could score only 18 runs during his stay on the crease It was disappointing Not the lack of runs but the manner in which he got out While his teammates much younger and inexperienced put a price on their wicket Rohit threw it away When umpire called stumps Rohit and Jay Bista were the only two batsmen not to hit fifty against New Zealand For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Melbourne | Published: July 30 2016 4:51 pm In Rio fighters will now be fitted with electric sensors in their protective head gear to help referees detect scoring shots (Source: AP) Top News Taekwondo’s battle for relevance at the Olympics continues at the Rio de Janeiro Games with tournament organisers introducing coloured pants and a mixed martial arts flavour in a bid to spice up the competition The fringe sport which made its Olympic debut at the 2000 Sydney Games is assured of its place until Tokyo in 2020 but is feeling the heat to modernise as the International Olympic Committee looks to appeal to a younger demographic Taekwondo is far from a blood sport but appears to have taken a cue from mixed martial arts by changing its square fighting mat to an octagon the shape of the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s cage Competitors will also be allowed to wear coloured pants with their national flags at the Aug 17-20 tournament at the Carioca Arena 3 which may upset purists accustomed to the starched-white trousers of Olympics past “The introduction of coloured pants for athletes will transform the look of competition adding to the vibrant carnival atmosphere in Rio and will give athletes an even greater sense of national pride as they compete for their countries” World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) president Chungwon Choue said The WTF has had its critics in the past for being aloof and reactive but earned praise at London for introducing a new scoring system and instant video reviews which banished much of the refereeing controversy that blighted previous tournaments In Rio fighters will now be fitted with electric sensors in their protective head gear to help referees detect scoring shots adding to the torso sensors introduced at London Competitors will also enter the arena to theme music of their choice adding a bit of theatre to a discipline which has its origins in ancient Korean martial arts The improved scoring system at London saw all eight titles go to different nations and the field is expected to be wide open again Chinese double Olympic champion Wu Jingyu will bid for a hat-trick of golds in the women’s 49kg flyweight division while South Korea’s Oh Hye-ri is under pressure to continue the country’s reign over the 67kg category which was won by Hwang Kyung-seon at London and Beijing The men’s heavyweight 80kg category also offers plenty of intrigue England-born former world number one Aaron Cook who was controversially omitted from Team GB at his home London Games will compete under the Moldovan flag at Rio with top-ranked Iranian challenger Mahdi Khodabakhshi nicknamed ‘The Terminator’ another strong medal chance For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News In spite of this, Both of them had requested to resolve problems through talks. 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