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Court orders probe against three cops NEW DELHI: A Sessions court has ordered a probe against three police officialsincluding an Additional Commissioner of Policefor wrongly filing a closure report in a case where an 82-year-old NRI had been cheated The court noted that the closure report in the case had been filed in a court other than the one in which it had been lodgedand the complainant was not even notified about it The three police officials against whom the vigilance probe was ordered included Paharganj ACP Raja Ram YadavDesh Bandhu Gupta Road police SHO Inspector Jagbir Singh and Sub Inspector-cum-IO Prakash Roywho was investigating the case Man checks into 5-star hotelattempts suicide NEW DELHI: A 47-year-old property dealer allegedly attempted suicide at a five-star hotel in Central Delhi on Wednesday The resident of Karol Bagh was reportedly suffering from depression as he was unable to pay off his debts because of which he tried to end his lifepolice said He checked into a room at the hotel and allegedly consumed alcohol laced with poison Man arrested for killing daughter-in-law New Delhi: Police on Wednesday arrested a 55-year-old man for allegedly murdering his daughter-in-law in South Delhis Neb Sarai area earlier this week A bloodstained knife and shirt were recovered The accusedidentified as Arshad Ali alias Nathuhad allegedly killed 25-year-old Sabina after she spurned his advancespolice said He was arrested from Hauz Rani area For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Johannesburg | Updated: July 9 2017 1:15 am India drew their first game of Hockey World League Semi-final against South Africa Top News India began their Women’s Hockey World League Semi-Final campaign with a 0-0 draw against hosts South Africa in Johannesburg on Saturday Goalkeeper Savita was the star for India as performance stood out for the match Right from the start of the match India controlled the game and attacked the opposition They had better ball possession in the first 15 minutes which led to more circle penetrations India earned their first penalty corner in the 12th minute but dragflicker Gurjit Kaur’s powerful strike was well defended by South Africa South Africa then changed the pace of the game in the second quarter and made more attempts at India’s goal including a stunning one from Tarryn Glasby She went past few Indian defenders inside the circle and shot at the goal only to be denied by an alert Savita Both teams were goalless at half-time as South Africa’s best chance to score a goal went just wide Savita made a diving effort to see the ball through The Indian team finally conceded a goal in the third quarter and the South Africa crowd went into frenzy But Indian players called for referral which showed that the ball had come off the back of the stick and the goal was denied Despite being weak in the attack India maintained the pressure on South Africa with the defence Both teams pushed for a goal in the final quarter increasing the pace of the game and India were rewarded with a penalty corner in the 47th minute But this as well Rani’s striker was deflected wide South Africa also pushed for a goal in the denying moments but Savita kept denying them India will take on USA on July 10 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: May 2 2017 1:17 am The corporation will now allow online mutation modification of tax details and lodging of complaints Commissioner North DMC P K Gupta said on Monday (Representational) Top News IN A bid to digitise property tax records and increase revenue the North Delhi Municipal Corporation is set to launch an interactive portal on property tax The corporation will now allow online mutation modification of tax details and lodging of complaints Commissioner North DMC P K Gupta said on Monday Tax payers will also get alerts and information about schemes rebates through SMS/e-mail as per applicability from the portal Gupta said the portal will help the corporation maintain proper records Moreover he said notices will be automatically generated under sections of the DMC Act and issued through emails “This process would minimise human interface and help improve delivery of services in efficient time-bound and transparent manner” he said The biggest advantage for tax payers would be the ability to apply for mutation/change of name by uploading details of the property through the portal After clearance of all property tax dues against the property — which would reflect automatically from the master data — it would be processed automatically in a time-bound manner following which a certificate would be issued through e-mail or post For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsThe Centre has approached the Supreme Court on Monday to provide unique identification numbers similar to Aadhaar forcows in the country says media reports The move is part ofthe central government’s plans of tagging and tracking cattle to ensure they get vaccines on time which can improve their breeding and milk production and double the industry’s income by 2022 Centre in its report to Supreme court says "each cow and its progeny across India should get a Unique Identification Number for tracking" — ANI (@ANI_news) April 24 2017 Representational image Reuters The Central government has also recommended special care for cattle beyond the age of milking ANI tweeted According to The Times of India the centre also brought up the issue of cow protection and cattle smuggling across the India-Bangladesh border A report in The Economic Times in January said that nearly one lakh technicians are fanning out across the country since 1 January and will affix a tag containing a 12-digit unique identification number inside the ear of every single cow and buffalo in the country — all 88 million of them The ambitious project will be concluded by the end of this year and comes at a cost of Rs 148 crore These "animal Aadhaar cards" will contain the breed and age of the cattle as well as information about the owner location and also details about its vaccination This move comes about a year after Jharkhand embarked upon a similar mission to trace and tag the 42 lakh cattle it had According to a report in Hindustan Times Jharkhand animal husbandry officials were asked to undergo the exercise to monitor and check the illegal trade of cattle The committee set up in pursuance of the court order has recommended having tamper-proof identification of cattle by using polyurethane tags and a state-level data base may be uploaded at a website which may be linked with a national online database The recommendations were placed before a bench of Chief Justice J S Khehar and Justice D Y Chandrachud which listed the PIL filed by Akhil Bharat Krishi Gosewa Sangh for Tuesday for passing directions by considering these recommendations The issue before the apex court also included concern over smuggling of cattle to Nepal for being sacrificed at the Gadhimai festival held once in five years and a petition relating to it filed before the festival in 2014 The instant petition concerning trafficking of cattle to Bangladesh was filed by Akhil Bharat Krishi Gosewa Sangh A similar plea was filed by animal rights activist Gauri Maulekhi seeking directions to the Centre and states like Bihar West Bengal Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh which share the border with Nepal During the hearing Solicitor General Ranjit Kumar appearing for Centre informed the court that the government has considered recommendations of the committee and the court may now pass directions based on them to states as the issue fell in the state list of the Constitution The panel in its recommendations said "The committee recommends that Chief Secretary of respective states to regularly monitor the performance of various departments of the state governments including RTO state police and animal husbandry department and ensure prevention of cattle smuggling /illegal transportation of cattle by way of periodic reports The move aims to check cattle smuggling across borders Reuters "At the central level monitoring could be done by Ministry of Environment and Forest and Climate Change (MoEF&CC)/Department of Animal Husbandry Dairying and Fisheries (DADF)" "Ministry of Agriculture Government of India has devised a method of tamper-proof identification of cattle using polyurethane tags with a unique identification number sequence This may be made mandatory for all cows and their progeny throughout India for all cattle that is owned Already mass tagging of cattle for insurance purpose is being done by livestock development boards and animals husbandry department of state governments" it suggested It said the Foreign Trade (Development and Regulation) Act read with Export-Import Policy (Exim policy) of India mandates that cattle can only be exported from the country with a valid licence from the regional licensing authority "In order to check the smuggling of livestock across India’s borders there may be strict enforcement of the EXIM policy by the relevant customs authorities transport department police and border guarding forces as per the law" it recommended The panel said even where animals are travelling with a licence across the border care may be taken to check the manner in which they are being transported to prevent cruelty to them It advocated seeking of cooperation from public to give information on the movement of animals for the purpose of smuggling through helpline numbers of BSF and state police Regarding compliance of the July last year’s order of Himachal Pradesh banning cow slaughter in the country and imposing prohibitions on import and export of cow and sale of beef the report said that an effective curb on illegal interstate transportation of cattle was "difficult" because of the varied legal provisions from state to state "The compliance of the order would entail making a uniform act for cow preservation and protection in India This will certainly help in reducing grey areas and ensuring implementation to a better extent" it said By: PTI | Published: September 19 2017 10:03 pm Satwiksairaj Rankireddy displayed unrelenting will and stamina as he played four matches in the qualifying round (Source: File) Top News Young doubles player Satwiksairaj Rankireddy displayed unrelenting will and stamina as he played four matches on the qualifying round to make it to the main draw of both men’s and mixed doubles events at the Japan Super Series here today The 17-year-old from Andra Pradesh paired up with his men’s doubles partner Chirag Shetty to edge past Japan’s Hirokatsu Hashimoto and Hiroyuki Saeki 14-21 22-20 21-18 in the opening round and then defeated another local combination of Keiichiro Matsui and Yoshinori Takeuchi 21-18 21-12 to qualify for the main draw The Indian duo who had reached their maiden Super Series quarterfinals last week at Korea will face third-seeded Indonesian combo of Marcus Fernaldi Gideon and Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo tomorrow Satwik also paired up with Ashwini Ponnappa to beat Japanese combo of Hiroki Midorikawa and Natsu Saito 21-13 21-15 and then the Indian combo notched up a 21-18 21-9 win over another local pair of Hiroki Okamura and Naru Shinoya 21-18 21-9 to enter the main draw of mixed doubles event The new Indian mixed doubles pair who had been in good form at the Sudirman Cup will take on Thailand’s Tinn Isriyanet and Pacharapun Chochuwong tomorrow However it was curtains for Parupalli Kashyap in the men’s singles qualifying round The 31-year-old from Hyderabad defeated Denmark’s Emil Holst 21-15 21-14 in the opening round before going down narrowly to Japan’s Yu Igarashi 11-21 21-18 14-21 to crash out of the event For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Dipti Nagpaul D’souza | Mumbai | Published: March 3 2017 4:11 am A still from the film Ka Bodyscapes Top News The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has refused to certify the Malayalam film Ka Bodyscapes saying it glorified “the subject of gay and homosexual relationship” and portrayed the Hindu religion in a derogatory manner by showing Hanuman “in poor light as gay” It also objected to the portrayal of a Muslim woman masturbating The move came days after the CBFC refused to clear the film Lipstick Under My Burkha as the “story is lady-oriented” The refusal to certify Ka Bodyscapes came from the board’s Second Revising Committee in Thiruvanthapuram The board’s letter to filmmaker Jayan Cherian was signed by the regional officer Prathiba A Cherian said the move went against the Kerala High Court order to certify the film with recommended changes “The film was first submitted to the CBFC in Thiruvanthapuram in April last year but they refused to certify it as did the Revising Committee in Chennai” Cherian said “I then approached the High Court where the judge asked the CBFC to certify the film in 30 days However the CBFC chose to ignore the judgment and filed an appeal stating that the case should have been addressed by a bench with more than one judge In December 2016 the two-judge bench dismissed that appeal and asked them to certify the film in 90 days But that too was overlooked by the CBFC” the filmmaker said “The Second Revising Committee headed by CBFC chairperson Pahlaj Nihalani again refused the film a certification” he said Nihalani was unavailable for comment Cherian said the film that has been selected at several festivals was denied permission to be screened after intervention from the Information and Broadcasting Ministry “For instance screening at the Kerala Film Festival was cancelled at the last moment under pressure from the ministry” Cherian added The film Cherian said revolves around a gay artist battling censorship against his work “The artwork in his studio depicts the history of gay art including nude works by noted artists from across the world But what the CBFC sees and also objects to is the nudity in those paintings” he said The New York-based filmmaker added that in defiance of the High Court judgment the members with the exception of Nihalani did not identify themselves during a Mumbai screening on February 17 Cherian said the committee asked him to approach the apex court if he did not accept their decision “The court case can take ages It’s already been a year since the film was completed How can the CBFC be allowed to take such arbitrary decisions” he said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsMumbai: Taking their agitation to the state capital the Maratha community on Sunday held a "warm up" bike rally protest in the city to press for their various demands ahead of their December morcha planned in Nagpur during the winter session of the state Legislature Rajan Ghag one of the event organisers claimed that over 50000 bikes participated in the rally which commenced from KJ Somaiya ground in Sion at 10 am and culminated near Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus station after passing through Matunga Dadar Parel Lalbaug and Byculla areas Maratha reservation row: Maratha organisation holds a bike rally in Mumbai pictwittercom/9BOLsegzA6 — ANI (@ANI_news) November 6 2016 "More than 50000 bikes participated in our rally which would have made it amply clear to the government that the community is in no mood to rest till all their demands are met by the government" Ghag told PTI He said this was a "warm up" rally to convey to the government that it would have to face the biggest show of strength when the winter session of the state Legislature will be held next month in Nagpur Representational image PTI "There will be a maha morchaheld in Mumbai if the government fails to agree to our demands in the Legislature session where people from the farthest of zillas will participate" he said "In today’s janjagrutirally we had formulated a code of conduct for each participant who had to follow them very strictly Among the rules set were that every rider wears a helmet and the pillion rider had to wear a turban Also all were instructed to strictly refrain from honking and not to jump signals" he said Meanwhile Mumbai Police spokesperson DCP Ashok Dudhe said the rally was held peacefully and that all rules and regulations were followed The Maratha community which is a dominant force in Maharashtra politics has been taking out silent marches in various towns of the state since last few months following the rape and murder of a girl at Kopardi in Ahmednagar district in July The community leaders have been pressing for scrapping of the SC ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act saying it is grossly misused and have also raised other demands like quota in education and jobss house in Mayur Vihar, For instance, It should be contested. trying to understand a multi-generational gap – Mohammed Shahid has passed away.
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I think for next year or the year after that … nobody agrees with that, and Rs 10, I will start off in Arunachal Pradesh and end in Gujarat, he says For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: July 22 2017 6:44 pm Rio Olympic silver medalist PV Sindhu has qualified for the first phase of World Championships Related News India’s recent success in badminton circuit has helped them secure four qualifiers in men’s and women’s singles competitions for the World Championship which is scheduled to be held in Emirates Arena Glasgow from August 21 to 27 Indian contingent achieved their full quota of four women’s singles players with Tanvi Lad national champion Rituparna Dad qualifying behind Olympic medalists PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal Other two countries with four representatives in women’s singles are China Japan China’s hopes in women’s circuit will rely on Sun Yu He Bingjiao Chen Yufei and Chen Xiaoxin Former Olympic champion Li who hasn’t played since sustaining an injury at the 2016 Rio Olympics was among the reserves For Japan Sayaka Sato alongside Akane Yamaguchi Nozomi Okuhara and Aya Ohori have qualified in Phase 1 They also have a formidable presence in women’s Doubles with their top four pairs qualifying First reserves Yuki Fukushima/Sayaka Hirota and compatriots Misaki Matsutomo/Ayaka Takahashi Naoko Fukuman/Kurumi Yonao and Shiho Tanaka/Koharu Yonemoto have qualified for the first phase Australian Open Super Series winner Kidambi Srikant Sai Praneeth Ajay Jayaram and Sameer Verma are the four shuttlers to have secure qualifier in men’s singles China Denmark and Hong Kong are the other four countries to have four qualifiers in the men’s category China will bank upon reigning champion Chen Long (wildcard) five-time winner Lin Dan Shi Yuqi and Tian Houwei For Denmark Andres Antonsen will be playing the biggest event of his fledgling career alongside seniorcompatriots Viktor Axelsen Jan O Jorgensen and Hans-KristianSolberg Vittinghus Hong Kong too have a strong men’s singles squad with thelikes of Ng Ka Long Wong Wing Ki Hu Yun and sixth reserve Wei Nan having qualified For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AFP | Published: August 25 2017 1:12 am Administrators will brainstorm ideas about how to revive the game in Sri Lanka Related News Sri Lanka is launching an investigation into the woeful state of cricket on the island the sports minister said today amid a string of humiliating losses and calls for an administrative overhaul Dayasiri Jayasekera said he was inviting former administrators players sports experts and journalists to brainstorm ideas about how to revive the game beloved in Sri Lanka “I am hoping to get all these experts at a single forum and thrash out issues” Jayasekera told AFP “There is no point in blaming administrators or the players without an in-depth study The idea is not to apportion blame but address the deficiencies and rally behind the national team” He has rejected a suggested clear-out of the cricket board an idea pushed aggressively by former World Cup winning skipper Arjuna Ranatunga following this month’s 3-0 Test whitewash against India on home soil That compounded the misery for the national side after they suffered a humiliating ODI home series defeat against bottom-ranked Zimbabwe and bowed out early from the Champions Trophy in England “I don’t want to interfere in the administration” Jayasekera said “That might lead to isolation by the ICC (International Cricket Council)” For years Sri Lanka’s cricket was governed by state-appointed boards before a switch in 2016 to democratically-elected office bearers Ranatunga who wanted a key role in the administration was defeated at those elections The ICC had briefly suspended Sri Lanka’s voting rights before the 2016 reforms Jayasekera said player fitness was also an issue that contributed to Sri Lanka’s poor showing of late The sports minister had already caused a stir by labelling the squad too fat and unfit to field five-day matches It is hoped the proposed forum which has asked interested parties to submit written submissions about how to improve the game will be held within a fortnight For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: June 26 2017 10:50 am Jasprit Bumrah bowled a no ball to hand Fakhar Zaman a reprieve in the ICC Champions Trophy final (Source: Reuters) Related News Fakhar Zaman proved to be a hero for Pakistan in the ICC Champions Trophy Final against India where he scored 114 runs from 106 runs That massive score and his maiden century guided Pakistan to 338/4 and India couldn’t make much of an impact with the willow to lose wickets at regular intervals early on and by that time the match had slipped from India’s grasps to eventually lose by 180 runs And despite this all the script could have been severely different Batting on three runs Zaman was caught behind off Jasprit Bumrah but the Indian seamer had overstepped to give the Pakistani opener another lifeline And he made the most of the second bite at the cherry to score with conviction and at free will “When I was caught behind my heart sank” he told Tribune “I was stunned and slowly started making my way back to the dressing room with all my hopes and dreams crushed I kept thinking how could I lose my wicket here I was supposed to score big not get out on three” Prior to his hundred Zaman had already scored 31 50 and 57 and was brimming with confidence A chance to become a hero by doing well against India was an added booster – he admitted “I had many plans in my mind for the final against India I went out with the mindset that I will be doing my best in this match and will help Pakistan win the match” he said “A Pakistan-India game is a stage where if you do well you’ll be hero” “I was playing my first match against India so I had to do more than the others and my consistent performances before that game meant the team was relying on me” With second life coming his way Zaman said he went after the Indian bowlers with renewed belief “I just went hard after their bowlers like I do in domestic and club cricket” he said “I was given a lot of confidence by my teammates especially by skipper Sarfraz Ahmed veteran Shoaib Malik and opening partner Azhar Ali” Despite it being the first 50-over final between the arch-rivals he said there was no animosity between the two teams and the players “On the day we played good cricket and we didn’t consider them as our enemies but instead the best team to play your best cricket against” he said “India’s players also played cricket with great spirit and I hope the match helps develop goodwill between the two nations” he stated For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by New York Times | Published: August 24 2012 3:31 am Related News In colonial Americaconventional wisdom held that women could not get pregnant unless they enjoyed the sex Thank youRepresentative Todd Akin of Missouri Without youwe might have been condemned to spend today reinvestigating the Congressional Budget Office Medicare cost projections Akina US Senate nomineehas a reputation forshall we saythinking outside the box In very few wordsAkin managed to make three points One was that rape victims cant get pregnant This theory goes back to our forefatherswho believed that in order for our foremothers to conceive? Adequate rainfall in catchment areas of the seven lakes – Modak Sagar, NCP’s Jayant Patil demanded an Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) probe into the matter. If we do these?
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It could be part of a revenue model, (Transcribed by Amruta Lakhe,Trinamool Rajya Sabha MP who is travelling with Mamata in north Bengal,But we are all loyal soldiers of the party and will abide by the decision of our leader Mamata, Ghosh added The AICC letter reportedly states that Mukherjee has his roots in Bengal The President is above party politics and an upholder of the Constitutionit adds Trinamool MP Derek OBrienwho received a copy of the lettertold PTI that Mukherjee appealed for support for his candidature In the letterDerek saidMukherjee spoke of his long political career and experience Trinamool sources said the letter should have been sent to party chief Mamatawho will take the final decision regarding who to vote for in the presidential poll With PTI inputs For all the latest DO NOT USE West Bengal News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Nisha Nambiar | Published: August 3 2012 4:23 am Related News In the wake of Wednesdays low-intensity serial blaststhe state government is planning to install uniform CCTVs with similar configuration connected to control rooms in each district As per the proposal by Minister of State for Home Satej Patilguardian ministers of each district will pitch in with funds and district collectors would also make allocations for it through the District Planning and Development Council (DPDC) I will hold a meeting with the IT department for an integrated system We have CCTVs of different configurations at different places We are looking at a uniform system that will be integrated and connected to the police control room of each district This will make collating information easy In the Pune blaststhere were some private CCTVs and some installed by the municipal corporation Had they been uniform and integrated and connected to the control roomit would have been easier for police? said Patil He said all the district collectors and guardian ministers had given the go ahead for the project For Pune350 CCTV cameras have been proposed and Patil wants them installed at road intersections to track traffic movement and catch offendersbesides enhancing security The integration will help gather information It should be connected to the Mumbai control room from all the districts? he added He said all the district collectors and the guardian ministers have agreed to part with funds and the proposal will be taken up as early as possible Months agohe had called for the Pune district administration to fund the project with allocation from the annual district planbut the administration had stated the nod for the CCTV project had come much after the annual plan for 2010-11 was cleared (in November) and they did not have extra funds to carry the proposal forward Nowwith both DPDC and the guardian minister funds comingthe CCTVs could be installed as planned The uniform CCTVs will definitely be useful for any footage that is needed and will give real-time dataas in Bangalore After the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacksthe home department had decided to fit Internet protocol based video surveillance cameras at mallsairportsrailway stations and traffic junctions of Mumbai The system helps transfer data through high-speed cables addressing security needs and helping in effective traffic management The Mumbai project estimated at Rs 150 crore was cleared in the annual budget and involved 1500 fixed-dome stationary cameras400 pan-tilt-zoom cameras that can be moved in two axes and 15 long-range thermal-imaging cameras for night vigil on the coast The Pune project was to be similar to the Mumbai oneexcept that these would be at traffic junctions alone? said a senior home department official For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Megha Sood | Mumbai | Published: October 9 2013 12:54 am Related News With no material evidence provided by security agencies of Bulgaria and Greecethe Mumbai Police has been unable to conclude the money trail in the Axis Bank skimming probe In a 400-page chargesheet filed in court last weekthe investigators have only been able to explain the money trail within the Indian banking jurisdictionafter the police scrutinised the CCTV footage from the Colaba-based ATMwhere the skimming device was inserted The police said the CCTV images now form the most crucial evidence against two Bulgarian nationalsTsenev Yulian Georgiev (27) and Elin Pelin (26)shown as wanted accused in the chargesheet They have been accused of withdrawing money from eight accounts in Greece As many as 37 bank accounts were hacked and Rs 2245 lakh stolen from the Axis bank ATMoutside the State Police Headquarters in Colabain June Of the accounts hacked10 belonged to police personnelwho lost their money after data and money were allegedly transferred to several bogus accounts in Greece and Bulgariafrom where the money was later withdrawn The chargesheet has named nine persons as witnesses The police have also filed copies of official letters and repeated reminders sent to their counterparts in foreign countries through the crime branchs extradition cell Among the letters filed and taken on record include the profiles of the two accused when they were in India with requests for their background and nationality from Bulgarian government offices Police officials said they filed the chargesheet showing the accused as wanted accused as the legal deadline for filing a red corner notice was drawing to a close While a blue corner seeking details of the accused was already issuedthe police have now submitted in court all the necessary communication required for red corner notice seeking the arrest of the two Bulgarians We have begun the proceedings for the extradition of the two men from Bulgaria? Now they are doing it to Pakistan in Sindh. Khari said.its citizens have shown a passion for education and self-improvement ?I saw that this kid was special, he told meand he invited her to move to Beijing to play with the national teams Three years later she was the youngest girl ever to compete in the world chess championships It will be manymany decades before China can challenge the United States as the overall No 1 in the worldfor we have a huge lead and China still must show that it can transition to a more open and democratic society But already in discrete areas its automobile marketcarbon emissions and now womens chess China is emerging as No 1 here and thereand that process will continue Theres a lesson for us as well Chinas national commitment to educationopportunity and eating bitterness those are qualities that we in the West might emulate as well As you know after youve been checkmated by Hou Yifan -NICHOLAS D KRISTOF For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: August 16 2015 3:31 pm Bollywood filmmaker Vikas Bahl says feels burden free after making the super-hit film ‘Queen’ Related News Bollywood filmmaker Vikas Bahl says he feels burden free after making the super-hit film ‘Queen’ “I made a good film last year…that one film of my career has happened I have achieved what I wanted in my life…I have done that with ‘Queen’ (getting overwhelming response) I am now burden free” Vikas told reporters here at the trailer launch of his upcoming film ‘Shaandaar’ In 2011 Vikas co-directed ‘Chillar Party’ and in 2014 came his independent directorial venture ‘Queen’ starring Kangana Ranaut which received critical and popular acclaim His upcoming project is ‘Shaandaar’ is a romantic comedy starring Shahid Kapoor Alia Bhatt Pankaj Kapoor Sanjay Kapoor and others The film is set to hit the screens on October 22 Share This Article Related Article “Shaandaar happened because of Shahid Kapoor I am happy with the way the film has come out” he said Vikas says he doesn’t think about having a soul in his films and it just comes from the story About Shaandaar which has exotic locations and grand sets he said “In my last film (Queen) the budget was less so we worked that ways With Shaandaar I had Karan Johar so this time we spend more money on it” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mohali | Updated: November 25 2016 9:06 pm BCCI perhaps is the only Indian sporting body that has created an ‘anti-doping’ helpline Top News The doping menace in India’s Olympic sport has always left the establishment embarrassed and the BCCI in a marked departure has set up an ‘Anti Doping’ helpline so that its domestic cricketers (men and women) are aware about the medicines and supplements they are taking BCCI perhaps is the only Indian sporting body that has created a helpline It has been operational for some time now The result is also for everyone to see The BCCI conducted 176 tests in 2015 and all results were negative as per the latest Dope Control list published by World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) The other National Sports Federations under IOA banner only have a list of prohibited substances under WADA code and Athletics Federation of India (AFI) still doesn’t have an updated list on their website While doping has not exactly been a menace as far as cricket is concerned BCCI has made efforts to educate players so that youngsters do not repeat the mistake committed by Pradeep Sangwan who became the first ever Indian cricketer to be banned for taking prohibited substance It has been learnt that BCCI is spending nearly Rs 1 crore annually for the anti-doping programme and having a ‘helpline’ is a part of that structure “A lot of people don’t know about it but all our registered cricketers from U-16 to first-class level have access to the ant-doping helpline It is a part of the BCCI initiative to create more awareness at the domestic level” a BCCI source in the know of things told PTI today “The international cricketers have a fantastic support system and they are more aware about the ‘Dos and Don’ts’ pertaining to usage of supplements as well as medicine when it comes to illness The latest Dope Control list is a testimony to that” the source added Any cricketer can call up this 24×7 helpline The cricketers can inform about the medicine they are having and there is a full set of experts who are there to clear any doubts that they have BCCI has its own internal doping programme in place with Dr Vece Paes heading the unit Dr Paes however declined to comment on board’s anti-doping programme as he has signed a confidentiality clause It conducts in-competition tests during Ranji Trophy Duleep Trophy Deodhar Trophy Vijay Hazare (National One dayers) Syed Mushtaq Ali (Natl T20) IPL CK Nayudu (u23) Trophy In the list released by WADA the ICC has conducted 408 tests followed by India with 176 to their credit and Australia are third at 109 Bangladesh are last in the list of Test playing nations having conducted only six such tests For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: March 9 2016 3:07 pm “I told her I want to make a story on you I want the rights of your life I want to play you me everyone She said yes it will be a very big flop film” Kangana Ranaut said Related News Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut hinted at making a film on her sister Rangoli who is a acid attack survivor Kangana said though she had a conversation with Rangoli on making such movie but the latter was not excited “I told her I want to make a story on you I want the rights of your life I want to play you me everyone She said yes it will be a very big flop film” Kangana Ranaut told reporters Also read:I was an unwanted girl child: KanganaRanaut The actress was speaking at the new cover launch of Femina magazine “On a serious note I think her (Rangoli’s) life is far more interesting than my life thanks to her husband who has been madly in love with her since day one My life is not as exciting as Rangoli” Kangana added Rangoli narrated her struggle since a man flung acid on her and the impact the incident had on her life “I was struggling for my life When acid goes deep inside your skin and if you’re not treated on time it attacks your organs also When the incident happened I was struggling for my life…the psychological problems the scar problems was not on mind” she said Rangoli recalled the physical pain and mental trauma she underwent after the attack “My sister was there who inspired me I am more confident today than I was before the acid attack I know my strengths and weakness My accident has taught me a lot” she said Kangana who has acted in women-oriented films like “Queen” and “Tanu Weds Manu Returns” feels the perception about heroes in society needs to be changed “I always say the guy who threw acid on Rangoli and people who do things like that they think it’s very heroic Their idea of heroism comes from movies and this sort of stalker excessive lover is hugely inspired from films These rejected boys identify themselves a lot with tragic characters We need to change perception of heroes” she said Rangoli who manages the work of her sister has expressed her desire to start a production house “Right now I am managing Kangana But I have bigger goals I would like to produce a film and Kangana will direct it” she added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Chennai | Published: July 9 2016 12:04 pm Allu Aravind is proud of his son Allu Arjun whose latest Telugu outing “Sarrainodu” has emerged as the highest grossing film in the actor’s career Top News Producer Allu Aravind is proud of his son Allu Arjun whose latest Telugu outing “Sarrainodu” has emerged as the highest grossing film in the actor’s career and among the biggest hits in Telugu filmdom “‘Ghajini’ was Aamir’s biggest hit back then ‘Magadheera’ is Ram Charan’s highest grossing film Now I am happy that ‘Sarrainodu’ also made on our Geetha Arts banner is Allu Arjun’s highest grossing film and among the biggest hits of Telugu cinema” Aravind told IANS This year so far has been phenomenal for Arjun who bagged four awards for his powerful role in Telugu historic drama “Rudhramadevi” “I played a supporting role in a heroine-centric movie out of respect for cinema and respect for women I feel more such movies need to be made I am happy that the decision paid back multi fold with the audience and critics loving my role as Gona Ganna Reddy in the movie” Arjun said His awards for his performance in “Rudhramadevi” include IIFA – Best Supporting Actor CineMaa Critics Award Filmfare Critics Award and SIIMA Best Supporting Actor Meanwhile Arjun will team up for director Harish Shankar for a yet-untitled Telugu project next For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: April 7 2016 3:50 pm Richa Chadha who is herself a trained dancer did a lot of research to prep up for her role in order to churn out the best out of her and dance to perfection Related News Actress Richa Chadha is ready to set the screen on fire with her sensuous avatar in Cabaret In the film Richa will be seen in the role of a dancer showing off her contemporary dancing skills with her oomph factor But little does anyone know Richa almost spent two months to get into the skin of her character and master the dancing skills Richa Chadha who is herself a trained dancer did a lot of research to prep up for her role in order to churn out the best out of her and dance to perfection She has been learning and rehearsing for a long time For this she had hired three different choreographers to teach her varied dance forms including ballet contemporary jazz and belly dancing “3 different trainers used to teach Richa varied dance forms including Ballet – Contemporary Jazz – and Belly Dancing She did a lot of research before starting her shoot and she realized at every dance form mentioned are closely connected to how Cabaret as a dance form was back in the era Hence she went out of her way and learned basics of all” a source close to Richa said Cabaret is based on the lives of celebrities and incidents related to the functioning of the film industry Produced by Pooja Bhatt and Bhushan Kumar Cabaret also stars Hunterrr star Gulshan Devaiah and cricketer Sreesanth and is slated to release in May this year For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: September 9 2015 8:37 pm Actress Vaishali Thakkar doesn’t mind playing mother on small screen Related News She famously essayed ‘Ammu’ in “Uttaran” for five years and now she has taken on the role of a mother yet again in “Diya Aur Baati Hum” But actress Vaishali Thakkar doesn’t mind it “It depends on the kind of mother I play In ‘Uttaran’ my character as a mother had a lot of depth Here in ‘Diya Aur Baati Hum’ my role is a little psychotic and a little inconsistent… so it’s not monotonous” Vaishali told IANS “I very consciously did not take characters with the same shades… knowing very well that I do not want to be typecast” added the 50-year-old actress who plays Manjiri in the Star Plus show Having been part of a show as long-running as “Uttaran” Vaishali was asked to comment on the system of seasons in fiction shows — a fad popular in the west and which is now being adopted in India Share This Article Related Article She said it is an interesting approach but the audience of our country is not yet ready for it “A season style would be very interesting but it is going to take time for the audience to come to that level It is better for reality shows as of now but when you talk about a loyal audience who have to watch you each and every day they are so glued to television… and to make them understand the seasonal thing is slightly difficult” the actress said Vaishali also added that even though the approach is interesting there is so much competition in the TV industry that breaking a show at its peak would not be a good idea “Right now there are so many channels and there’s so much competition that it would not be very sensible… because after all it is a huge business If a show is doing very well then why would the channel shut the show and give the TRPs to the other competent channel” Vaishali said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Coomi Kapoor | Published: June 20 2010 2:51 am Related News Former cricket captain and Lok Sabha member Mohammad Azharuddin has no connection with badmintonexcept for the fact that his gym in Hyderabad is frequented by some badminton players NeverthelessAzharuddin was so confident that he would win the election to head the Badminton Association elections this month against the incumbent V K Vermathat he accompanied Vice President Hamid Ansari on an official trip to East Europe on the eve of the election Azharuddin presumed that since Sports Minister M S Gill had suggested he contesthe was sure of victory Gill thought Azharuddins victory would be a vindication of the Sports Ministrys controversial new guidelines that no president of a sports body should serve for more than 12 years Vermawho had completed three terms as presidentwas standing for re-election Howeverthe script did not go as planned by the Sports Minister While he was in PragueAzharuddin got an urgent call asking him to return to India In Croatiathe Congress MP left the delegation and flew back On his returnAzharuddin discovered that despite Gills backingmost state badminton associations did not endorse his candidature The cricketer decided to bow out of the contest and Verma was elected unopposed for a fourth straight term Itna saaf nahi With widely respected veteran journalistS Nihal Singhresigning shortly after being elected president of the India chapter of the South Asia Free Media Association (SAFMA)the funding and control of the NGO which is an associate body of SAARChas come in for questioning The soft spoken Singh appears to have been provoked when he discovered that long time secretary general of the Pakistani chapterImtiaz Alamcalls the shots and the Indian president has little say The funding for SAFMA originates mainly from Norway and Denmark and is routed through Alam The objective of SAFMAwhich is headquartered in Pakistanis to work at strengthening Indo-Pakistan ties through the mediathough some journalists see it simply as an opportunity to visit neighbouring countries free of cost Unlike the Indian chapterwhich had had three changes of guard since its inceptionAlama well known human rights activisthas remained secretary general of the Pakistani chapter since it was founded more than a decade ago Idol Talk An NRI sought Subramanian Swamys help in getting the British government to hand over an old idol of the goddess Saraswatiwhich is now in the British Museum Swamy has some expertise on the subject During his brief period as law minister he initiated the process for the return of the priceless Nataraja idol stolen from Tamil Nadu and eventually sold to the Getty foundation Reclaiming the Saraswati may not be as simple as getting back the Natarajawhich was seized by the British authorities while it was in transit to the US The law in the UK stipulates that trustees of the countrys five top museums do not have the power to dispose of any historic artifactwhich forms part of the museums collection The Greeksafter allhave been demanding back the Elgin marbles for over 200 years without successnor have we made any progress in retrieving the Amravati stupa Power shift The Congress-led government has clipped the wings of Sharad Pawars lieutenantPraful Patel The Civil Aviation Minister was not consulted on the appointment of Air India board members and the selection of Arvind Jhadav as chairperson of the airlines Jhadav does not report to his minister but liaises directly with cabinet secretary K M Chandrasekhar A few months agoa committee of secretaries was set up to oversee the national airlinegiving the minister little say in its management Key man One man who probably knows more about every aspect of the Bhopal gas tragedy than anyone else is Shyamal Ghoshwho was joint secretaryDepartment of Chemicals and Petroleumwhen the leak occurred Ghosh was the key official whom everyone in the government consulted His services were so invaluable that he continued in the same post for eight years instead of a maximum of five years In facthe was referred to jokingly in the corridors of power as the secretary of Bhopal After two extensionsthe personnel department finally posted Ghosh to his home state and a farewell party was hosted in his honour But his transfer orders were overturned after the Attorney General protested that his presence in Delhi was essential Surprisinglythe TV channels who have collared all and sundry connected with the casedo not seem to have spoken to Ghosh For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News
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