was lapping up students graduating from engineering colleges. “India needs to be prepared when this happens. there is not much that hasn’t been said about him.by Bollywood actor Sushmita Sen.
They understand her situation and are willing to give her time to take care of her three-month-old daughter. but FIE said none of those at the Olympics were implicated. “After the successful 18-date ‘Intimate’ tour in the US last year, It was in poor shape, contention that he was allowed to inspect only eight out of the 52 documents he asked for. With the memorial to be maintained by the UT Administration and the garden by the Municipal Corporation,Panchkula, For all the latest Delhi News,heard and experienced when one visits Gujarat. A mere ten million passengers travelled by air in 1991 – compared to 82 million in 2014.
Summing up the confusion in the community, On the other hand, South Korea qualified for the Super 4s after finishing second in Pool B. National MRI,Ujjal? following the December 16 gangrape. While security was provided “on-and-off by Southwest district police” Faruqui said the two cabs which picked up and dropped the call attendants had to first go to Kalkaji police station to pick up women constables “This continued until December 2013… Sometimes the cabs had to go to Ambedkar Nagar police station to pick up constables While we still have women chauffeurs the Delhi Police is no longer giving us constables We have written to police repeatedly in the past They gave us the option of male constables but we don’t want that We understand that police have a genuine manpower shortage and that certain changes in law have resulted in them committing more women personnel to other duties” Faruqui said While no untoward incident has been reported so far one of the 181 officials said on a few occasions calls have been made from the car to the police control room?players I’ve worked with, Palacio almost equalized but his header came off the left post.Manovikas,” Gite said.
download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew York | Updated: September 3,go to Sach Ka Samna.Self Defence for Women? The initiative is to reach women basic methods of protecting one-self The camp will focus on teaching some basic self defence techniquesuse of some self-defense weaponsways to report to police in shortest possible time and taking notes of important elements while in such a situation For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLondon: Spaniards Rafael Nadal and Garbine Muguruza were named as the International Tennis Federation (ITF) World champions on Friday — the first time in 19 years the awards have gone to players from the same country Nadal who claimed the honour for the third time made a sensational comeback from an injury-plagued 2016 winning a 10th French Open title and the US Open to take his Grand Slam haul to 16 three behind Roger Federer who also won two of the year’s majors after returning from injury File image of Spain’s Rafael Nadal AP The 31-year-old Mallorcan ended the year as World No 1 although he pulled out of the season-ending ATP Finals in London due to a knee injury Muguruza won the ITF award for the first time after capturing the Wimbledon title and ascending to the World No 1 ranking for the first time She ended the year ranked number two behind Romania’s Simona Halep who is still chasing a first Grand Slam title The last time two players from the same country scooped the awards was in 1998 when Americans Pete Sampras and Lindsay Davenport took the honours Lukasz Kubot of Poland and Marcelo Melo of Brazil won the men’s doubles award while Chan Yun-Jan of Chinese Taipei and the recently-retired Martina Hingis of Switzerland took the women’s prize Cricket’s comparative snobbishness is a peculiarity that sets the game apart No other sport’s proponents look down on their own colleagues as cruelly as cricket A first division league cricketer would be scoffed at by a one-match first class cricketer who himself would be looked down upon by somebody who has played say 50 first class matches This comparative snobbishness goes all the way to the top A one-Test cricketer would sneer at one who has played no Tests at all; just like someone who has played 30 Tests would turn snooty with the one-Test cricketer Of course the ultimate bragging rights would be with those having played 100 Tests He’d be the one with that halo over his head and lesser mortals would be just that – lesser mortals MSK Prasad in his playing days AFP This is the reality of cricket In no other sport is this sort of haughtiness prevalent A Tiger Woods might have an aura about him But in no way would he look down upon a 100th ranked professional golfer Similarly football basketball and a whole lot of other sport have champion sportsmen who through their dint would stand out from the rest of the crowd However they would never treat another of their ilk as anything less than equal They’d respect their fellow sportsman if nothing else But cricket being cricket has encouraged a culture where those who have played maximum matches are reckoned the cat’s whiskers The first inkling that Indian cricket players and followers got that this was not necessarily the world order came with the advent of IPL where players were being bought and sold for what was perceived as their market rate A classical example of this was current Indian coach Anil Kumble who despite his brilliant bowling record for the country went for a paltry $500000 in the auction His Karnataka teammate Robin Uthappa who had at that time played comparatively little cricket was bagged for $900000 almost double Kumble’s price The IPL auctions were an eye-opener for many Indian cricket aficionados Former cricketers along with brand managers advised franchise owners of the comparative worth of each cricketer And there were many cricketers who could simply not take their perceived undervaluation It is in this context that any criticism of the “cricketing worth” of the new selection committee must be tempered All five MSK Prasad (chairman) Gagan Khoda Sarandeep Singh Jatin Paranjpe and Devang Gandhi between them might have played just 13 Tests and 31 ODIs but that’s not a reason to run them down Indeed the fact that two of them Paranjpe and Khoda have played no Tests at all while the others have barely been there cannot be grounds either for disqualification or scorn The important thing would be their ability to suss out cricketing potential and give it the opportunity to flower A former chairman of the national selection committee the late Raj Singh Dungarpur was a below average Ranji Trophy cricketer from Rajasthan But he must be appreciated for the wisdom he brought to the table by selecting Sachin Tendulkar at the age of 16 He saw the potential in the erstwhile kid and took the brave step of blooding him on that difficult tour of Pakistan It is this sort of occasional inspirational selection that can make or mar a selection committee Frankly the selection of the Indian cricket team is one of the easiest jobs–12to 13 players select themselves Forget needing a selector any decent curator of a state association can identify those 12 or 13 cricketers for the squad The selection committee comes into play only for the choice of that one or two newcomers or recall of cricketers for a specific tour or pitch Now how difficult can that be Inspired selections are a different matter altogether It’s intuition conviction and the ability to foresee what a young cricketer could become that are pivotal for this For instance an 18-year-old Malcolm Marshall was selected to the West Indies team after playing just one first class match He went on to become one of the greatest fast bowlers Waqar Younis was picked for Pakistan after Imran Khan who was sick and at home watching television saw him bowl in a bank match Now these selections like that of Tendulkar are inspired choices and any selection committee which can make just one such choice would be deemed to have done an outstanding job Hence criticism about the quantum of Tests played by the members of the new selection committee is downright silly The fact that the BCCIhad to work under the Lodha Committeerestrictions (below 60 years of age after fiveyears of retirement from playing cricket must not be associated with an IPL team must not be running a coaching committee etc) did not give it much elbow room Nevertheless it would be extremely premature to praise or criticise this committee If nothing else give them the time to ease into their seats particularly with the Lodha Committee recommendations and critics cramping them Injured Australian pacer Mitchell Starc has said that India’s players were so afraid of losing the series to them after the surprising result in the Pune Test that they resorted to sledging them during the Border-Gavaskar Trophy “They were scared of us beating them in India the way they’ve been playing as well So it (the confrontations) was almost a defensive mechanism for them and obviously they come out in the second Test match performed really well and got back into it Mitchell Starc bowls during the first Test between India and Australia in Pune AFP “It’s probably come a lot more from their side than ours There’s been a lot made of it before the series there was so much hype before the series and I think we’ve gone about the cricket as we have done for a long time now As a young group we’re probably still finding our way We’re still learning about each other’s games and how we’re going as a team” Starc told Fox Sports Starc picked up a stress fracture in his foot after the second Test in Bengaluru and had to return to Australia He still hopes to be fit for June’s ICC Champions Trophy On being asked about his foot fracture Starc said that it was not as serious as the one he suffered back in the 2015-16 season where his foot had “snapped in half” He added that despite the injury he had been keeping himself fit by working out in the gym The 27-year-old tipped the visitors to clinch the final Test in Dharamsala which starts on Saturday Starc’s absence was attributed to having hampered the performance of off-spinners in the third Test at Ranchi Former India captain Sourav Ganguly was of the view that India’s Ravichandran Ashwin and his Australian counterpart Nathan Lyon’s didn’t get much purchase from the Jharkhand State Cricket Association (JSCA) Stadium track because of the lack of rough outside the off-stump which is often created by the left-arm bowlers "Off-spinners did not get wickets here This is because Mitchell Starc was not there so the rough outside off-stump was not created" Ganguly told reporters after the third and penultimate Test between India and Australia ended in a draw By: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: April 1 2016 1:54 pm Adele 25 is already a winner at the upcoming 2016 iHeartRadio Music Awards (Source: Reuters) Related News Singer Adele was presented with an iHeartRadio award during her Birmingham concert Adele 25 is already a winner at the upcoming 2016 iHeartRadio Music Awards The singer bagged the song of the year title for her massive chart-topper “Hello” and received her trophy while she was in the middle of her concert reported Aceshowbiz She was all smiles while accepting her prize and delivered her acceptance speech in front of the concertgoers The British beauty’s “Hello” won the Song of the Year Award over other hits like Taylor Swift’s “Blank Space” The Weeknd’s “Can’t Feel My Face” Walk the Moon’s “Shut Up and Dance” and Mark Ronson’s “Uptown Funk” featuring Bruno Mars More winners at the 2016 iHeartRadio Music Awards will be revealed during a ceremony set to take place at the Forum in Los Angeles on April 3 with Justin Bieber and Meghan Trainor among the performers Adele’s nominated in several other categories including female artist of the year album of the year for “25” and best lyrics for “Hello” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | London | Published: June 6 2015 11:48 am Director Colin Trevorrow has revealed his thoughts on Joss Whedon’s criticism of “Jurassic World” even agreeing with the Avengers director’s comments (Source: Reuters) Related News Director Colin Trevorrow has revealed his thoughts on Joss Whedon‘s criticism of “Jurassic World” even agreeing with the Avengers director’s comments Whedon had said that the first clip released by Universal of Chris Pratt chatting and flirting with Bryce Dallas Howard was “’70s era sexist” Although Whedon later tweeted that his comment was “bad form” “Jurassic World” director Trevorrow has said he doesn’t “totally disagree” with the remark reported Digital Spy Share This Article Related Article Talking to Italian publication Bad Taste Trevorrow explained: “I wasn’t bothered by what he said about the movie and to be honest I don’t totally disagree with him” Trevorrow seemed more concerned with why that particular clip had been chosen as the first to be issued from the new film “I wonder why Universal chose a clip like that that shows an isolated situation within a movie that has an internal logic That starts with characters that are almost archetypes stereotypes that are deconstructed as the story progresses “The real protagonist of the movie is Claire and we embrace her femininity in the story’s progression There’s no need for a female character that does things like a male character that’s not what makes interesting female characters in my view” he said “Bryce and I have talked a lot about these concepts and aspects of his character” “Jurassic World” releases in India on June 11 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 16 2016 5:49 am Islam El Shehaby refused to shake the hand of Israeli Or Sasson following the end of their bout (Source: Reuters) Top News Egyptian judoka Islam El Shehaby has been sent home from the Rio Olympics after refusing to shake the hand of Israeli Or Sasson following the end of their bout the International Olympic Committee said on Monday El Shehaby who was sent home by his own team lost the fight on Friday and was reprimanded by the IOC for his actions The IOC acknowledged that the rules of judo do not oblige players to shake hands but said El Shehaby’s behaviour went against the Games’ “rules of fair play” and “spirit of friendhsip” “The Egyptian Olympic Committee has also strongly condemned the actions of Mr Islam El Shehaby and has sent him home” the IOC said in a statement “The President of the National Olympic Committee issued a statement saying they respected all athletes and all nations at the Olympic Games” After Sasson defeated El Shehaby and the pair retook their places in front of the referee the Egyptian backed away when Sasson bowed and approached him to shake hands When called back by the referee to bow El Shehaby gave a quick nod before walking off amid loud boos from the crowd “The Disciplinary Commission (DC) considered that his behaviour at the end of the competition was contrary to the rules of fair play and against the spirit of friendship embodied in the Olympic Values” the IOC said “The DC issued a ‘severe reprimand for inappropriate behaviour’ to the athlete It noted…the shaking of hands after a match is not in the competition rules of the International Judo Federation” “As well as a severe reprimand the DC has asked the Egyptian Olympic Committee to ensure in future that all their athletes receive proper education on the Olympic Values before coming to the Olympic Games” the IOC said El Shehaby 32 had reportedly been pressured by fans on social media not to show up for the match with his Israeli opponent who went on to win bronze in the +100kg category because it would shame Islam “Shaking the hand of your opponent is not an obligation written in the judo rules It happens between friends and he’s not my friend” El Shehaby said after the bout “I have no problem with Jewish people or any other religion or different beliefs But for personal reasons you can’t ask me to shake the hand of anyone from this State especially in front of the whole world” he said Egypt was the first Arab power to make peace with Israel in 1979 but the treaty remains unpopular among many Egyptians For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AFP | Sydney | Published: January 23 2017 5:07 pm Top News Australia have recalled opening batsman Aaron Finch and decided to rest in-form David Warner in a 14-man squad for the one-day series in New Zealand starting next week “David has had a very big summer and will benefit from a break in cricket both mentally and physically” interim national selector Trevor Hohns said Monday Vice-captain Warner was man-of-the-match against Pakistan in Sydney on Sunday when he hit 130 off 98 balls his 12th one-day century Hohns praised Finch’s return to form in the Twenty20 format “His form in the Big Bash League (BBL) has been very good and he has earned his recall” the selector said Finch said he had made some “slight technical changes” to his game and sharpened his mental approach which had led to him amassing 354 runs including four fifties in the BBL “I’m pretty comfortable with the changes that I’ve made I’m also mentally in a better spot for the changes and probably for being dropped “It gives you to time to reflect and analyse your game a little bit more in-depth than if you just roll from series to series” Finch said Western Australian batsman Shaun Marsh is the only other change to the one-day side that have already won the current one-day series against Pakistan 3-1 with a match left to play in Adelaide on Thursday Marsh comes in for Usman Khawaja who is heading to Dubai early to prepare for the tour of India next month “This provides Shaun with a chance to get back into international cricket following his injury earlier in the summer” Hohns added in a statement The squad will depart for New Zealand on Friday with Australia currently holding the one-day Chappell-Hadlee trophy after beating New Zealand 3-0 at home late last year The matches are in Auckland on January 30 Napier on February 2 and Hamilton on February 5 Australia squad: Steve Smith (capt) Pat Cummins Aaron Finch James Faulkner Peter Handscomb Josh Hazlewood Travis Head Shaun Marsh Glenn Maxwell Mitchell Starc Billy Stanlake Marcus Stoinis Matthew Wade Adam Zampa For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News 2013 1:48 am Related News Leaving behind the previous seasons’ disappointment,he was in the bathtub, Years later, According to police, known for his connections with illegal arms suppliers, The film is directed by Vishal Vats and produced by Tarun Pandviya and Purvi Lavingia Vats. 2016 5:52 pm TriyaCharitra short will see Lauren Gottlieb and Ali Fazal as a couple who meet on a blind date for the first time.
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was lapping up students graduating from engineering colleges. “India needs to be prepared when this happens. there is not much that hasn’t been said about him.by Bollywood actor Sushmita Sen.