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doctors could not save him. obliging incumbents to deal with sky-high expectations, That goal shocked Benitez’s men into action as Cristiano Ronaldo and Bale fired just off target before Sergio Rico produced an incredible stop to deny Casemiro’s header finding the net.in particular the Punjabis in the BC (Vancouver) area, says Grewalwho is also doing a Punjabi comedy Carry on Jatta and Best of Luck with Jazzy B Grewals third Punjabi movie after two box office hitsincluding Jihne Mera Dil Luteya and Mel Karade RabbaMirza will release with 200 prints across India April 5 will also see a high-profile red carpet premiere of the movie in Chandigarh at DT Cinemas For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsChennai: After being selected in the limited overs series against Zimbabwe India batsman Murali Vijay said following couple a good run in Tests he expected to be called up in the One-Day Internationals (ODI) and added that he would grab the opportunity with both hands that has come his way "It is a happy feeling to make a comeback to ODIs I have been batting well in Tests so I just have to grab the opportunity that has come my way" Vijay was quoted as saying by espncricinfo on Monday File picture of Murali Vijay Reuters "As a player I was expecting the call-up I was the third opener for four series including the 2013 Champions Trophy but could not get a game I have always believed in myself It is not about competing with anybody I always compete with myself and I look to improve as far as I can" the Tamil Nadu opener said Middle order batsman Ajinkya Rahane was on Monday named captain of the 15-member team that will tour Zimbabwe in July as Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Virat Kohli among other seniors were rested India face the hosts in the first ODI on July 10 When asked about the things that would help him in the ODIs after the success he enjoyed in the last two years in Tests he said: "(It is) the mental discipline The game is not going to change that much It is just the way I apply myself in different formats and according to the situation I have to up the ante "With the new playing conditions from this series I will have to adapt according to the ground situation the opposition game plan and accordingly cash in" In terms of numbers Vijay doesn’t have a half-century in ODIs "I am not a guy who will give excuses but you have got to consider the number of matches I have played on the trot That matters a lot as a batsman It is not an excuse I never got a string of ODIs or series I had to adapt to that in the past" the 31-year-old who has scored 253 runs in 14 ODIs concluded IANS Written by Sonup Sahadevan | Mumbai | Updated: April 30 2016 10:31 am Aditya Pancholi was certainly not amused after Adhyayan Suman used the former’s name with glee in his explosive interview where he ran down his ex-girlfriend Kangana Ranaut in glowing terms Related News Aditya Pancholi was certainly not amused after Adhyayan Suman used the former’s name with glee in his explosive interview where he ran down his ex-girlfriend Kangana Ranaut in glowing terms In his interview Adhyayan makes references Aditya more than once and portrayed the latter as the man who warned him to stay away from Kangana When IndianExpresscom got in touch with Aditya the actor politely excused himself from getting dragged or commenting on the issue Instead he had only praises for Kangana and told us he has tremendous respect for whatever she has achieved in her career today on her own merit Also read:People calling me publicity seeker doesn’t bother me: AdhyayanSuman At a late night special screening of Baaghi when Aditya was quizzed by reporters about Adhyayan’s interview an angry Aditya remarked “Who Adhyayan Who is he Bring him here” Saying so Aditya rolled the windows of his car up and drove off We are sure Adhyayan certainly wouldn’t want to come face-to-face with Aditya anytime soon Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Nisha Nambiar | Pune | Published: January 1 2016 1:36 pm Related News In the proposed DC rules submitted by the three-member committee appointed by the state government for Pune a well defined parking policy encouraging private owners to part with their land has been proposed With a dearth of parking space in the city the committee has suggested that private owners who part with their land and develop such parking lots and hand it over to the civic body will get benefits in terms of additional FSI (floor space index) or TDR (transfer of development rights) facilitating more parking space in the area Joint director town planning Prakash Bhukte a member of the committee explains that they have designed the proposal through a formula where the total cost of construction required for parking which when divided by the land rate of the area as per the Ready Reckoner will be the amount of FSI or TDR that shall be granted to the ownerSo if a person constructs a parking of 500 So if a person constructs a parking of 500 sq metres and the cost of construction is Rs 21000 per sq metre for that area and the rate of land in that area as per ready reckoner is Rs 20000 per sq metre “We came up with this formula so that private owners will readily construct such parking lots which is essential for the growing city’’he addedHe said that He said that public private partnership was needed to address this issue In Mumbai too the government had made it easy for developers of such parking projects by allowing them to claim 50 per cent incentive for construction of such lots irrespective of location For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: March 2 2016 5:23 pm From his directorial debut film “Cheeni Kum” to “Shamitabh” Balki has cast Bachchan in quirky and unusual roles Related News Director R Balki has revealed he will be teaming up with his frequent collaborator megastar Amitabh Bachchan again for a project From his directorial debut film “Cheeni Kum” to “Shamitabh” Balki has cast Bachchan in quirky and unusual roles Their recent collaboration was for “Ki and Ka” in which Big B has a special appearance with his actress wife Jaya Bachchan The filmmaker said it’s not difficult for him to think of novel ideas for the 73-year-old legend “It comes naturally to me… I don’t have to struggle hard for it Something is coming next… We will do I can’t share anything as it is too early” Balki told PTI Also read:Miss you: Amitabh Bachchan on Manmohan Desai’s deathanniversary The “Cheeni Kum” director candidly says he wants to do a light-hearted film so that the atmosphere on the sets is relaxed “During ‘Cheeni Kum’ he was acting like a ‘khadoos’ (snobbish) as he was in his character During ‘Paa’ he was like a child and during ‘Shamitabh’ he was worse Total ‘khadoos’ He says he is in character” Balki said “I would write a slapstick comedy for him he is fantastic at comedy So that he can laugh I will write comedy and serious roles for him” he said jokingly Balki is currently busy promoting his next film “Ki and Ka” starring Kareena Kapoor Khan and Arjun Kapoor The film will hit theatres on April 1 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Hyderabad | Updated: October 14 2016 11:07 am Amandeep Khare (File Photo) Top News Chhattisgarh who made a memorable Ranji Trophy debut by defeating Tripura in the first round continued their impressive show against Andhra with Amandeep Khare’s unbeaten century taking them to a respectable total on the opening day In doing so they displayed resilience and fighting qualities to recover from a score of 92 for four with Khare (136 batting) putting on 169 runs for the unfinished fifth-wicket partnership with Abhimanyu Chauhan (73 batting) to finish the day at 261 for four They came together when the side was struggling after the dismissal of skipper Mohammad Kaif without scoring Put in to bat by Andhra Chhattisgarh lost an early wicket but one-down batsman Khare played a responsible knock while also hitting 18 boundaries Opener Sahil Gupta (30) also made important contribution at the top The two put on a solid 67-run stand for the second wicket before Gupta got out Andhra’s CV Stephen took two wickets giving away 44 runs Chhattisgarh became the newest Ranji Trophy team this season and celebrated their upgradation in style by defeating Tripura by nine wickets in Ranchi Ashutosh Singh was the chief architect of that historical victory scoring 140 in the first innings Ajay Mandal took seven wickets in the match to put the skids under the Tripura batting line-up They earned six points for their efforts but Chhattisgarh could have got seven had Rishabh Tiwari not got out with only five runs required for achieving the victory target of 13 A 10-wicket win or an innings victory is worth seven points It is early days yet but based on their performances thus far Chhattisgarh could well advance into the knockout stage in their debut season Brief scores: Chhattisgarh 261 for four in 90 overs (Amandeep Khare 136 batting Abhimanyu Chauhan 73 batting) vs Hyderabad For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Vadodara | Published: May 24 2013 5:03 am Related News The health department officials of the Vadodara Municipal Corporation (VMC) on Thursday seized and destroyed 1700 kilogram mangoes for using calcium carbide to ripen themwhich is prohibited under law The officials said calcium carbide was used widely to ripen mangoes It was an offence under the provisions of the Food Safety and Standard Act2006they said Alreadyseveral thousand kilograms of such mangoes have been seized and destroyedmostly from Kharderao Marketa major fruit and vegetable market in the city This is only the latest in a series of raids conducted by the health department officials since mangoes started hitting the market On Mondayunder similar raidthe officials destroyed 1300 kg of mangoes for the same reason Last weekthe officials had destroyed 2450 kilograms of mango juice and 1250 kilograms of mangoes for using calcium carbideofficials said Homeless families spending sleepless nights get succour at neighbours house The families that evacuated the four-storey building last week in Vadodara have been spending sleepless nights One Deepak Darjia young photographersaid he had not slept properly since the last one week after the building where he lived caved in last Thursdayforcing him to evacuatealong with 15 other families that lived there As Darji watched the building being taken downpeople rendered homeless said they were surviving on help received from neighbours and others who offered them shelterfood and money as donation for their new buildingeven as government officials and local politicians have so far stayed away I stay out for the whole day and go to sleep at a neighbours house at night Neighbours give us food to eatplace to sleep We have not yet decided where we should be living? only a couple of months back. 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Parineeti will next be seen in Yash Raj Films’ “Meri Pyaari Bindu”, see her through my eyes.” Shahid Kapoor is keeping really busy these days with his upcoming projects Udta Punjab and Rangoon opposite Alia Bhatt and Kangana Ranaut respectively (Also read:Shahid Kapoor’s Valentine’s Day plan with Mira: Will do lovey dovey things) For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Pratap Bhanu Mehta | Published: September 28 2010 4:49 am Related News The dispute over the Babri Masjid was a distillation of many historical anxieties It isthereforea matter of relief that all major political parties have given a commitment to abide by the due process of law and avoid violence Governments are taking proactive measures to ensure that violence does not take placemaking it possible to envisage legal justice being meted outin an environment free of mob intimidation But what does this moment tell us about contemporary India Is this a genuine turning point This question can be answered at different levels Violence in India is often made possible either by direct state complicity or state indifference to preventing it At the moment no state government wants to be held responsible for allowing violence Violence in UP wouldin all likelihoodupset the political calculations of both Mayawati and the Congress Narendra Modis pre-judgment appeals to avoid violence have been most emphatic A recasting of his image can do him no harm in the context of on-going legal investigations in Gujarat and the political imperatives outside the state Most of the leadership of the Sangh Parivar is oldweary and still trying to cope with its own lack of credibility Advani cannot still make up his mind whether the movement was his great legacy or occasion for regret All parties are readingcorrectlythat the electorate does not at this juncture want polarising politics of any sort So the political incentives areex antealigned to defuse violence But the question to ask is this Is the absence of violence an indicator of genuine peace with the subject Does the absence of political mobilisation indicate the absence of sentiment Under what circumstances could this equipoise be derailed A good deal depends on the quality of the final judgment itselfthe care and credibility with which it is arguedand the artfulness with which it handles sensitivities Shah Bano was the last judgment that occasioned significant political mobilisation But in that case the trigger was not the substance of the ruling itselfbut the casualness with which interpretive matters pertaining to the authority of the Koran were handled Even a stray observation about the claims of faith and history has the potential of derailing a technical land dispute Ayodhya itself became an explosive issue in mass politics only under very special circumstances For decades the issue had no political tractiontill it was reinserted into a larger narrative What happens to the issue in coming years will also depend largely on how broader developments sustain or subvert the elements of that larger narrative What were those elements How are they playing out There were three elements to the larger narrative that gave the movement momentum The original movement was shaped in the context of great national anxiety: secessionism and a sense of abysmal national failure To a certain extentIndias recent success has helped assuage much of the crisis of self-esteem that fuelled the movement This success has given various stripes of nationalist longings an alternative narrative But given the general level of political driftconflict and fragmentation we are seeingit would be unwise to take it for granted that the new narrative of hope cannot quickly be supplanted by the resentments of memory A further element was the long history of inconclusive negotiations between Hindus and Muslims For some minoritiesAyodhya became the symbol of refusing majoritarian domination For many Hindusit became the symbol of an intransigent minorityunwilling to give even a small concession This made the dispute intractable From the point of view of law it is a healthy development that all parties seemat the momentto treat it as a land title dispute But there is a political irony in this attitude If the dispute had been merely a land title disputeit would have been easy to negotiate and settle But whether the cold water being thrown over the dispute remains effective will depend on future developments in this history The silver lining is that the third element which made this dispute so explosive seems less urgent at the moment This was the majoritys minority syndrome A section of the Hindu consciousness managed to talk itself into a psychologically damaging sense of victimhood based on three issues The first was a discourse on pseudo-secularismwhich the Congress played right into There is now a greater realisation that the so-called concessions to minoritieswhich occasioned a political backlashwere largely symbolic; the actual material and political conditions of Muslims have in fact been deteriorating The challenge now is to address those without falling into the procrustean trap of identity politics The second issue was a sense of being a community that was at the receiving end of historyunable to stand up for itself It would be hard to deny that for many there was an element of catharsis in the Ayodhya movement But a catharsis cannot be long sustainedand much of that desire has dissipated There is still a great deal of concern about terrorism and fundamentalism But there is also a recognition that polarisation can only help the cause of terroristsnot combat it The third element was a deep intellectual crisis It was thought that the canons of modern historical consciousness somehow denied the legitimate claims of tradition The status of important forms of knowing and being were under assault from a range of ideologies But this element has also dissipated somewhat In self-proclaimed secular circles there was an ignorant denigration of the complexity of traditionand often an unthinking embarrassment about religiosity This had created a constricted intellectual discourse At one level this challenge remains But it is largely an intellectual challenge Its force is also blunted by the fact that there was no genuine intellectual flowering of Hindutva thought along with the Ayodhya movement; if anything the movement decisively killed of flickers of creativity Indian intellectual history had seen earlier in the century The vitality of Hinduism requires that it be liberated from being colonised by the Ayodhya movement It is worth thinking about how these long-term trends will play out We are perhaps being a little too blase in our claims that India has moved on The extent to which it has will be tested by our willingness to peaceably submit to the due process of courts And there is reason to be optimistic on this score But how much we have really moved on will be decided not today or tomorrowbut by how the long march of our history unfolds The writer is presidentCentre for Policy ResearchDelhi [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shamik Chakrabarty | Cuttack | Updated: January 20 2017 12:18 pm Yuvraj Singh faltered in the first ODI in Pune but found his feet in Cuttack (Source: AP) Top News Only Sachin Tendulkar has scored a hundred for India after the age of 35 — six times At Cuttack on Thursday there were two additions to that list — MS Dhoni and Yuvraj Singh But while Dhoni’s entry was not all that surprising since he had been in thick of international action the return of Yuvraj was nothing short of inspirational First he won the battle against a rare form of cancer Then he went through the domestic grind hitting 672 runs in five Ranji Trophy matches this season to claw back into the one-day team In between there was his marriage to model Hazel Keech And then came the crowning moment this afternoon after India were 25 for three in the second ODI against England WATCH VIDEO |Yuvraj Singh MS Dhoni Power India To 381/6 Against England Yuvraj’s 150 runs off 127 balls in India’s total of 381 for six in 50 overs with 21 fours three sixes and a strike rate of 11811 has also virtually ensured that his comeback run will include the ICC Champions Trophy in June Brought back to the T20 fold return Yuvraj’s return was on shaky ground even though he had performed reasonably well in the Asia Cup and World T20 And at 35 no one gave him much of a chance to take the next step to the one-day team where he had not marked attendance since December 2013 But then India’s new ODI skipper Virat Kohli had a quiet word with the selection committee to give Yuvraj that last chance “We cannot leave so much burden on MS (Dhoni) alone in the middle-order” said Kohli Yuvraj faltered in the first ODI in Pune but found his feet in Cuttack Amid the panic of those early wickets he waited until Jake Ball the young fast bowler was brought in Ball had earlier spoken about banging the ball in to rattle the Indians The plan was a time-tested one but this time he chose the wrong surface to put it into play Yuvraj hit three fours in that first over and got in the groove A couple of drives against Liam Plunkett attested the return to his vintage best as he stitched together a 256-run fourth wicket partnership with Dhoni who stood like a rock at the other end This was Yuvraj’s first ODI hundred in six years after the 2011 World Cup when he had scored 113 against West Indies “I have been hitting the ball well in the domestic season I had a word with (batting coach) Sanjay Bangar I told him the way I am hitting the ball I will go big” he said during the innings break For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News
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