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I don’t think we need to worry about that, Australia played well, The principle is the old one: Indian fans want somebody?if not destruction, the actor has collaborated with Diljit Dosanjh and Badshah for a special number for Noor.Directed by debutant Sunhil Sippy Noor revolves around Sonakshi’s misadventures and love life as she navigates her way through Mumbai The movie also stars Purab Kohli Shibani Dandekar and Kanan Gill Also read |Here’s why Sonakshi Sinha’s travelling by metro has hangover everyweekend Apart from this the actor would be seen in the remake of Ittefaq in which she has been paired up with Sidharth Malhotra for the first time For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsIn a fresh rhetoric Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Thursday said that Kashmir was "unfinished agenda of partition" and Pakistan would continue to provide support to Kashmiris in their struggle for self-determination "Jammu and Kashmir dispute is an unfinished agenda of the partition of the sub-continent" Sharif said "No power can deter us from supporting our Kashmiri brethren in their just and legitimate struggle for the exercise of their right to self-determination guaranteed to them by the UNSC relevant resolutions" he said A file photo of Nawaz Sharif AFP Sharif condemned what he described as Indian violation of LoC and said Pakistan was capable of defending itself "No external force has the capability or capacity to challenge the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Pakistan We have the best armed forces in the world and we are proud of that" he said According to several statements by PMO Sharif spent the day consulting his aides on the security situation Sharif was briefed regularly by the security institutions on the situation on the LoC National Security Adviser Nasir Janjua submitted a comprehensive report on the LoC situation to the PM office Sharif showed satisfaction on the level of preparedness of Pakistani armed forces Interior Minister Nisar Ali Khan met Sharif and discussed the security situation Sharif has convened a cabinet meeting on Friday He also called a meeting of National Security Committee on Tuesday with special invitation to all the chief ministers to deliberate at length the emerging scenario across the Line of Control and "brutal state oppression" in Kashmir Another statement said that he convened the joint session of the Parliament on Wednesday to reaffirm the national resolve for safeguarding the sovereignty and preserving the territorial integrity of the motherland against any kind of external or internal threat as well as reiterating the moral political and diplomatic support to the people of Kashmir Sharif will take nation and Parliament into confidence it added The Supreme Court on Fridaystayedtill 27 April the judgment of the Uttarakhand High Courtquashing the imposition of President’s rule giving a new turnto the continuing political drama in the state by restoringthe Central rule there Deposed Chief Minister of Uttarakhand Harish Rawat PTI President’s Rule will continue in the state said the Supreme Court until the Centre’s plea challenging the Uttarakhand High Court’s order is heard on 27 April According to a report in The Economic Times? Watch the trailer of Noor here:? This is because we [Brahmins] stand divided).the government seems happy quoting some superficial indicators like the growth in investments, The Organiser accuses Gandhi of “tacitly supporting” the AAP’s politics, JAIN MINORITY The Sangh Parivar appears to have been rattled by minority status being granted to the Jain community.

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Hence you are requested to obtain necessary information from the Pakistani authorities through Indian ministry, said the memorandum submitted by Salaya Sailing Vessels Owners Association secretary Adam Bhayya on behalf of the affected families Its been more than three weeks since the last contact was established with the Oman-bound vessel that set sail from a Mumbai port on March 14 The last call on March 20 was made in distress as the vessel at that time was reportedly caught in rough weather The memorandum added that the last position of the vessel was reported to be 80 nautical miles off the Pakistan coast The vessel is registered with Pooja Shipping owned by Jitu Gohela Porbandar resident While 18 of the crew members are from the Salaya port town in Jamnagar districtincluding the captainthe remaining hail from Porbandar For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service Written by Garima Rakesh Mishra | Pune | Updated: January 11 2014 6:07 am Saurabh Gadgil grandson of Anant Ganesh Gadgil at the funeral procession on Friday Arul Horizon Related News Founder of P N Gadgil Jewellers Anant Ganesh Gadgil popularly known as Dajikaka breathed his last on Friday after a cardiac arrest He was admitted to Prayag Hospital on January 2 and had been diagnosed with chest and lung infection The body was taken to his Tilak Road residence Kaustubh Around 6 pm he was taken to the P N Gadgil Showroom on Laxmi Road where he had established his jewellery business A large crowd gathered to pay their last respects to Dajikaka The nonagenarian is survived by son Vidyadhar Gadgil daughter-in-law Vaishali Gadgil daughter Nalini grandson Saurabh Gadgil and two great grandsons Aditya and Yash In 1958 Gadgil shifted from his hometown Sangli to Pune to diversify the family business The same year he opened the store on Laxmi Road Owing to the high business values such as integrity and sincerity instilled by Gadgil in his employees as well as his family members Dajikaka commanded respect from people from all walks of life Dajikaka was involved in several social initiatives From reaching out with financial assistance to the Latur earthquake victims to providing free meals to the students of Pune Ved Shala and donating funds to social organisations – Gadgil those who know him say was giving by nature He also established Global Mind Sports Foundation for promotion of sports especially chess During his lifetime he was honoured with several awards for his social and trade efforts by Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) Pune Merchants Chamber Bombay Bullion Association Asha Foundation Aditya Pratishthan Suryadatta Foundation Rotary Club and so on Gadgil’s funeral took place late in the evening at Vaikunth Crematorium People from different backgrounds attended including jewellers realtors politicians and businessmen such as Madhuri Misal Kaustubh Marathe Neelam Gore Girish Bapat Vidyadhar Anaskar Sudhir Gadgil D S Kulkarni and S B Majumdar For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: April 18 2016 11:40 am Guns N’ Roses frontman Axl Rose will replace AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson for the remainder of their latest Rock Or Bust stadium tour (Source:Reuters) Related News Guns N’ Roses frontman Axl Rose will replace AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson for the remainder of their latest Rock Or Bust stadium tour Brian Johnson was told to stop performing live or risk total hearing loss said The Hollywood Reporter “AC/DC band members would like to thank Brian Johnson for his contributions and dedication to the band throughout the years We wish him all the best with his hearing issues and future ventures “As much as we want this tour to end as it started we understand respect and support Brian’s decision to stop touring and save his hearing We are dedicated to fulfilling the remainder of our touring commitments to everyone that has supported us over the years and are fortunate that Axl Rose has kindly offered his support to help us fulfill this commitment” the band wrote in a statement AC/DC’s Rock Or Bust stadium tour resumes May 7 in Lisbon Portugal and runs through June 12 Following the European run Rose will head out on his Guns N’ Roses ‘Not In This Lifetime’ summer stadium tour Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express AppWritten by Naveed Iqbal Kedar Nagarajan | New Delhi | Published: February 5 2016 2:07 am Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Related News The municipal corporation strike entered its ninth day Thursday as the agitating employees dug in heels The protesters decided to continue their lockdown indefinitely despite the Delhi government extending Rs 551-crore loan to the civic bodies Wednesday Rajendra Mewati general secretary of United Front of Municipal Employees Thursday said the issue was not of salaries alone; the government should speak to the employees over the strike instead of the mayors “We are the ones who are suffering not AAP or the BJP The issue is not salaries anymore; we want unification as a permanent solution to this problem” he said Meanwhile members of the Municipal Corporation Teacher’s Association (MCTA) continued their agitation with demonstrations outside the Shahdara South Education zonal office The teachers charged into the office and locked both gates to restrict the officers from leaving Read |MCD strike: Kejriwal announces Rs 551 cr loan for civic bodies stir tocontinue The association alleged the corporation officers were sending out circulars to schools asking them not to stop holding regular classes and urging teachers on contract and new employees to see to it that classes continue The protest comes a day after several members of the MCTA along with other municipal workers embarked on a protest march between Nirman Vihar and ITO that concluded with one of the teachers Sunil Kumar shaving his head in protest According to MCTA member V P Singh senior corporation officers were making subtle attempts to quash the protests without addressing their demands Watch:Watch Video:MCD Strike-A Look At The Delhi Streets & Delhi Govt’s Response “The garbage crisis in East Delhi has compelled the authorities to look into the matter of sanitation workers rather than teachers We are being told that children in these schools are losing out We know that but so are we” Singh added Manoj Kumar another member said “The schools’ financial conditions are poor as it is For a long time last year we did not have money to buy chalk and other resources We have been dealing with these problems for a long time On top of that we have not been paid since October This is unacceptable” Another protesters added “Of course children are being affected However when we ask our students why they have not bought something necessary for class they say that they will do so when their parents get their salaries We are now in the same position; we are unable to deal with work at school and the financial crisis at home” When asked if the teachers like the medical workers of the MCD would like to come under the ambit of the Delhi government they unanimously said “When there’s a problem in your house you make the best effort to solve it; you do not just move to another one” Despite the BJP and civic body commissioners urging doctors engineers teachers and sanitation workers of the corporations to return to work they have refused to comply until their demands are met Mewati added that it is now up to the the government to decide how long “the strike lasts” Mayors meet Sisodia Meanwhile the mayors — Ravinder Gupta (north) Subhash Arya (south) and Harshdeep Malhotra (east) — met Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia at his office They told Sisodia that the corporation will accept the Rs 551 crore as a grant instead of a loan They also demanded an additional Rs 360 crore “to end the impasse immediately” “We have demanded that all due funds under the Third Delhi Finance Commission be provided to us Also the Delhi government must implement the recommendations of the 4th finance commission as a permanent solution” said Gupta According to the mayors Sisodia has assured the civic bodies of a dialogue with the Lieutenant Governor and the chief minister on the concerns raised by the corporations For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Bordeaux | Published: July 2 2016 8:36 pm Italy will face Germany in a Euro 2016 quarter final soccer match in Bordeaux on Saturday (Source: AP) Top News German fans packed the bars of Bordeaux’s Quinconces downtown area on Saturday looking forward to what they were confident would be an emphatic Germany victory over Italy in their Euro 2016 quarter-final in the evening At the Brasserie d’Orleans the crowd spilled out on to the sidewalk despite drizzling rain every hand seemingly clutching a glass of beer “Germany wins 4-0 because the Italians are all old and the Germans are young and fast” said Daniel Ritermann a 26-year-old soldier His friend Christian Hamann a 32-year-old manager agreed “The Italians can’t score” he said The match pits Europe’s top two traditional powers against each other but while Germany are current world champions the Italy side is not among the strongest they have fielded in past years They have surpassed expectations by making it this far in the tournament However history records that Germany have always lost to Italy in the knock-out stages of a major tournament including a World Cup and the semi-final of the last European Championship “Yes in the past we lost always But not today we are going to win” said Marcos Kerber 31 a telecommunications worker Few Italian fans were to be seen in this part of Bordeaux though on a tram several were making the journey alongside German supporters There was no hint of aggression despite the rivalry For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Naveed Iqbal | Delhi | Published: April 10 2016 2:33 am In the last few days parts of the garbage site have been covered in smoke Amit Mehra Related News In March a fire at the Deonar dumping ground in Mumbai had raged on for days and sparked serious concern among residents of nearby localities However in spite of a somewhat similar situation in the capital — where small fires have been breaking out in various corners of the massive landfill site in Ghazipur — both authorities and residents seem to be unperturbed Every day almost 2800 metric tonnes of garbage is dumped at the site which has been covered in smoke for the last few days The garbage is generated in east Delhi home to over 40 lakh people Share This Article Related Article But the fire and smoke is a routine matter according to the East Delhi Municipal Corporation (EDMC) “Decomposing garbage produces methane gas which is combustible It catches fire when it comes in contact with air It is not a raging fire just smoke” said EDMC’s chief engineer P K Khandelwal However he admitted that before the garbage reaches the landfill it is not treated in any way Khandelwal added that the Ghazipur waste-to-energy plant which is in trial phase would help “minimise damage caused by the landfill” The residents meanwhile have learnt to live with both the smoke and the stench emanating from the landfill “Through the year the site is a constant source of diseases including dengue malaria typhoid and respiratory problems” said Tarannum a resident of Rajbir colony located right opposite the landfill site But moving to another area is not an option for Tarannum “I have to live here because rents are cheaper than the rest of the city” she said Another resident seemingly unperturbed by the fires is Dharampal who has a small tea shop outside the gates of the landfill “I have been here since the landfill was set up in 1984 Fires break out all the time and the residents have stopped complaining” he said This time however sporadic fires have been blazing at the landfill for the last 10 days according to scientists from the Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) “When the huge pile of waste degenerates it releases a lot of by-products Methane is one of the gases released and it can spark spontaneous fires Due to the large amount of waste there such spontaneous fires spread very easily and they are difficult to control” said one of them The committee had carried out an environmental impact assessment of the site in 2008 and pointed out the potential hazards of such fires The site is also one of many factors that make nearby Anand Vihar — where a DPCC monitoring station is located — one of the most polluted areas in the city “Though Anand Vihar has multiple sources of pollution including a bus depot and the industries near Ghaziabad the Ghazipur landfill site is one of the prominent sources of pollutants for the station” said the DPCC scientist In the last week the monitoring station has found that particulate matter (PM) levels have ranged between 200-250 micrograms per cubic metre even in the afternoons The pollutant levels rose to nearly 400 micrograms per cubic metre in the evenings “PM levels are usually not so high due to the high temperatures this month” said the scientist In spite of the smoke none of the truck drivers ferrying the garbage to the site or sanitation workers on duty there wear masks The rag pickers who dig through the garbage looking for items that can be sold off don’t wear masks either As she separated bottles at the top of an almost 40-metre high pile of waste Lata a rag-picker said “I try not to bring my children here As far as I am concerned whatever could have damaged my system has probably done so already” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News During her examination in chief, we have decided to deploy women officials at these homes,where doctors said he suffered a fracture on the right hand. An officer of the Andheri police said the constable, koi nahi chappal naal vi tor poori ha (Didn’t know they would take a full pic, Libraries and other repositories of culture and knowledge are among the first casualties of conflict. the prime minister said that leaders of?s government.

Germany beat Northern Ireland 1-0 to win? 2017 3:42 pm Former under-19 captain Vijay Zol get engaged. as announced by Football Next Foundation in their statement in May.” said Dev, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Dipankar Ghose | Ghaziabad | Published: November 21, has 1000 seats in the hostel, Guru Gobind Singh College (Co-ed) and Guru Gobind Singh College for pharmacy have only one girls’ hostel, Great Anarch! which was incidentally about Indian politics The sight of that cap below it the muffler and the accusing finger are images that will linger along with the more durable one; of a politician who can find a problem for every solution The Gentler Kinder Cop: It’s a crying shame we will no longer see Kiran Bedi as campaigner She brought tears to many eyes including her own What we will miss the most are the many avatars she assumed on the campaign trail: mother sister daughter protector facilitator town crier and tough cop with a golden heart It was like being on a love jihad She was also chief sycophant considering the words she used to describe her chief patron Narendra Modi (“world’s most beautiful face”) Her campaign style was not to everyone’s taste; one political analyst described it as “sanitised self-righteousness” She may have also been a wet blanket for other aspirants in the party but it is that wet handkerchief which has cemented her reputation as a drama queen The TV Debates: No other state election has witnessed so many reporters and so many studio guests become overnight experts on so many issues; the future of Bedi the future of Kejriwal the future of Rahul Gandhi the future of black money the future of politics the future of Delhi the future of India the future of TV debates all seemingly intertwined Once the Talking Heads turned into Screaming Heads the debate was lost in the din but here’s the miracle — we didn’t miss a word The Terminator: He will of course be around to remind us of how great the country has become under the current dispensation but on the Delhi campaign trail Modi’s chest thumping on that 56-inch drum was lethal: he first called Kejriwal ‘AK 49’ a reference to his truncated stint as chief minister and then an anarchist a title the target considers a compliment and finally dared him to an ice bucket challenge To many that sounded like a case of cold feet The Also-Ran: Ajay Maken may have been a case of the maken the wrong move but he did put up a brave face and entertained us mightily with his stories of what a mighty inspiration Rahul is an expert on foreign policy urban development poverty alleviation political science et al He forgot to mention the other category that may come into play post this election — history For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAfter ODI and T20I series wins to start the tour the World No 1 in Tests — South Africa — were sent down crashing to earth as India bounced back in style to outclass them in the Test series The Proteas finally had their nine-year unbeaten streak away from home broken as they lost the series 3-0 While all the talk revolved around the pitch South Africa were thoroughly outclassed in the series and being in the transformation stage this defeat will be a huge learning curve for the Proteas Here are Firstpost’s takeaways about the South African team from the Test series Blown away by spin: Underprepared clueless battered are some of the terms that can be associated with the South Africa batsmen against India’s spinners in this Test series Even before the series started South Africa knew what was coming at them when Faf duPlessis described it as the ‘hardest challenge’ and said "We are expecting the ball to spin on day one you expect it and then you plan for it" South Africa batsmen looked like dead ducks against Indian spinners AP However despite du Plessis’ words the South African batsmen lacked planning and against Indian spinners they seemed like rabbits in headlights Sixty-one of 69 South African wickets fell to spin in the series as the Indian spinners had their best series ever with a stunning average of 1193 at a strike rate of 348 with six five-fers including a ten-fer This is not the first time they have struggled against quality spin bowling Last year against Sri Lanka 28 of their 33 wickets fellto the spinners of Sri Lanka and each wicket produced an average of only 2953 runs in comparison to Sri Lanka’s 6033 In a rain-hit series against Bangladesh they averaged a mediocre 32 with six of the 10 batsmen getting out to spin In the last two years (since January 2014) South Africa (among the top eight nations) have averaged the least against spinners — 2518 giving away 10 five-wicket hauls the most by any team Bavuma Abbott Piedt positives for South Africa: Amidst the gloom there were a few bright spots for South Africa Being in a transformational phase the performance of Temba Bavuma Kyle Abbott and Dane Piedt would have given them a lot of confidence ahead of the England series at home Following consistent failures of Stiaan Van Zyl up the order 25-year-old Bavuma was handed one of his hardest tests — that of opening the batting with Dean Elgar in Delhi With the South African batsmen struggling to apply themselves Bavuma showed great maturity and adapted to the situation verywell in onlyhis fifth Test This was his first time as an opener usually batting at five or six but after being asked to kick off the innings he impressed with his application In the first innings he showed solidity and made a restrained 22 unlike Van Zyl who looked totally clueless throughout the series In the second innings he started off the blockathon playing out 117 deliveries for his 34 "That was the toughest piece of batting I’ve had to do in my life" Bavuma said after the fourth day’s play in Delhi adding "The toughest part is when I have to against my natural instinct which is to score runs Here the main thing is time It’s not the runs and batting time is quite tough" It might have been just two innings but Bavuma managed to look better than most experienced batsmen in the side and he deserves to get more chances going ahead This series might prove to be the breakthrough point for Abbott who has had a start-stop career so far He made his Test debut two years ago in February 2013 against Pakistan where he ended up with seven wickets in the match but here he was playing in just his fourth Test in Bengaluru A perennial ‘injury replacement’ bowler this time too Abbott was drafted into the side with Dale Steyn and Vernon Philander suffering injuries He bowled with aggression and great heart in the last Test and ended up with a five-fer in the first innings of the Delhi Test He showed that he can be dangerous with the new as well as the old ball used reverse-swing to good effect and demonstratedthat he can bowl on any kind of surface With Philander ruled out of the first two Tests against England this is the best chance for Abbott to seal his place once and for all in the South African starting eleven Another positive for South Africa was the performance of Dane Piedt Piedt would have considered himself unlucky to miss out on first three Tests after an impressive debut last year where he scalped eight wickets against Zimbabwe He however took his chance when presented with the opportunity in the last Test He took a four-fer in the first innings and looked the most threatening South Africa spinner His performance however dipped in the second innings and he went wicket-less But with the variations and discipline he possesses he seems to be one for the future for the Proteas Lack of quality and inexperience of spinners cost South Africa: One of the major factors why England won the series in India in 2012 was the quality of their spinners — Graeme Swann and Monty Panesar The duo ripped through the Indian batting line-up because of their accuracy and consistency In this series the major difference between the Indian and South African spinners was the consistency and accuracy Ravindra Jadeja Ravichandran Ashwin and Amit Mishra were immaculate with their lines and lengths and that helped build the pressure On the other hand Simon Harmer and Tahir gave away too many gift-balls and were inconsistent with their lines and lengths South Africa were always going to bank on their pacers to deliver the goods but injuries to Steyn Philander and Morkel (who missed the first Test) meant that the spinners needed to step up big time However they were overawed by the occasion and in comparison to the Indian spinners who averaged 1193 at a strike rate of 348 they averaged 2676 at a strike rate of 505 Piedt Harmer and Tahir showed promise but in patches Somewhere down the line the inexperience of the spinners was visible Before the start of the series Simon Harmer had played just two Tests Piedt just one and Imran Tahir who made his comeback to the Test side after a gap of nine months just 16 They were also helped by some poor shot-making from the Indian batsmen However this could prove to be a good learning curve for them going forward Overdependence on AB de Villiers: He can bat in any conditions on any track against any bowler and against any opposition On difficult tracks and conditions where most South African batsmen were found wanting on this tour de Villiers showed his class and genius and the Test series was no different He ended up as the second highest run-getter in the series behind Ajinkya Rahane (266) wih 258 runs at 3685 While the others looked like dead ducks against the spinners de Villiers was the only one who looked somewhat assured He was the only South African batsman to hit a 50-plus score — twice — in the series From plundering runs at will in limited overs to dead-batting almost everything in the last innings of the series de Villiers showed his versatility and adaptability in different situations He almost defied India with a defiant 297-ball innings for 43 in the second innings at Feroz Shah Kotla where he batted 354 minutes unflustered The other batsmen did put up a fight in the final innings of the Test series but it was like arriving at a wedding with only scraps of food remaining Throughout the series de Villiers needed support from the other end but no one put his hand up He was the only South African batsman to average above 30 The next best average was 28 — by Bavuma who played just one Test Apart from these two none of the South African playersaveraged above 20 and nine out of 16 batsmen in the squad had an average in single figures On this tour de Villiers hit a brilliant 112 on a difficult track in Chennai but South Africa still lost the match What this series and tour showed is that de Villiers can’t single-handedly win matches and he requires support South Africa paid the price for being overdependent on de Villiers Written by Express News Service | Published: March 6 2013 1:45 am Related News Actor Salman Khan has challenged a magistrate court order enhancing the charge against him in a decade old hit-and-run case The court had in January enhanced the charge from causing death due to negligence to culpable homicide not amounting to murder Khan has claimed that the order was erroneousbad in law and contrary to the evidence on record. 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