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"First of all, Artscape: With a college of art and a conscious art fraternity, Once again, Friendship in Bengal, ? For all the latest Pune News, But as I had work commitments and could not dedicate myself to start an initiative, which is the truth. To assess the situation.

““Joke of the day: WI selectors? One minute Pollard & Narine were not good enough & now are perfect for Tri-Nation series It’s like magic” wrote Dwayne Bravo Apart from him Chris Gayle and Darren Sammy also hit out at the selectors However now with the return of Chris Gayle things now seem optimistic for the Windies sideCourtney Brown chairman of selectors welcomed Gayle when he said “The panel welcomes back Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels who will both add value to our batting and help with the nurturing of the young batsmen in the team” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: May 19 2017 6:50 pm Savita Prabhune will be returning to fictional drama after three years Top News Actress Savita Prabhune who is known for her role as Sulochana in TV show Pavitra Rishta says she is returning to fiction drama on television after a gap of three years The actress is returning to television with Life Ok’s upcoming show Inteqam Ek Masoom Ka a revenge thriller which also stars Avinash Sachdev Manav Goel and Ricky Patel Inteqam Ek Masoom ka is Anuradha Sarin and R Satish Kumar’s revenge-thriller show Savita will mostly be portraying the character of Avinash Sachdev’s on-screen mother The story of the daily soap will be a reincarnation dramaThe show is being produced by Imtiaz Punjabi This show will mark his debut as a producer under the banner Scaling Heights Also Read |Reema Lagoo dead after suffering cardiac arrest she was 59 The story will be set in an army background The plot line goes that the character of Avinash’s will meet an untimely death after being betrayed and duped He will ask God to give him a second chance come back on earth and take his revenge on his murderers “Yes I am returning to fiction drama on television after the gap of 3 years with Life Ok’s upcoming revenge drama ‘Inteqam Ek Masoom Ka’” Savita said in a statement “For last three years I was away from Hindi fiction shows as I was busy working on Marathi shows but now I am all set to entertain my fans with ‘Inteqam Ek Masoom Ka’ The show has a unique concept which has not been seen on television before” she added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: India will host the Kabaddi World Cup in October 2016 featuringSouth Africa Canada United Kingdom Australia Iran Poland Pakistan Bangladesh Korea Japan and Kenya The dates for the competitionwill be declared later Representational image Reuters "The International Kabaddi Federation is immensely proud that Kabaddi is growing in popularity so fast and is all set to breakthrough on a global stage with the 2016 Kabaddi World Cup scheduled in India" said Janardan Singh Gehlot President International Kabaddi Federation "We are committed to nurturing the sport across the globe The phenomenal success of Star Sports Pro Kabaddi and the participation of players from around the world is a testament to kabaddi s promise as a global sport We are delighted and proud to have India host 12 countries for the 2016 Kabaddi World Cup" IKF officials point out that they are taking special care to ensure that the selection of the participant teams for the World Cup is representative of every Olympic geography Drawing attention to this Yeong Hak Hoon Secretary General – IKF and Secretary of the Korea Kabaddi Federation said "Kabaddi is growing in popularity in Korea and several other countries especially due to the phenomenal Star Sports Pro Kabaddi League that is being telecast across the world by Star Sports Kabaddi became a part of Asian Games in the year 1990 and India have won all the gold medals since Star Sports will be the official broadcaster of the 2016 Kabaddi World Cup All matches will be telecast exclusively on the Star Sports network and Hotstar New Delhi: Former Commonwealth Games gold medallist Dan Travers of Scotland believes India must be a worry for China as it is fast becoming a dominant force in international badminton File image of PV Sindhu AFP "India must be a worry for China and the way India is playing it can be a dominant and senior badminton nation India have a lot of good players playing and they are reaping the rewards" Travers who is participating at the ongoing BWF Senior World Championship told PTI "During my days there were not many Indian players on the circuit but now the scenario has changed completely Obviously Prakash (Padukone) and (Pullela) Gopichand have made a massive impact on badminton in the country and it is just great to see so many players from India these days Travers said that the Indian players were "feared" these days "The opponents know that they have to be at their very best to go past the Indian players Indian players were always technically very sound but the addition of power and speed to their arsenal is what setting them apart these days" Asked about lack of quality in doubles the 61-year-old Travers said: "I think India have to invest in doubles players and coaching in doubles It is very tough" Travers who alongside Billy Gilliland had reached the finals of 1982 All England said the prestigious tournament is losing its relevance "It a matter of time before the All England losses its aura of being one of the major tournaments in the world because you have the World Championship Olympics and so many super series events" he said Travers said the women’s singles final between PV Sindhu and Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara at the World Championship has set the bar high for badminton "I was there and the women’s singles final has set the bar very high The match was a perfect example of how world championship finals should be played "Both the players were great and it is just that maybe the Japanese wanted it a little more than Sindhu on that day Hats-off to them for dishing out such a spectacular match" In a match that lasted an hour and 50 minutes Sindhu was interestingly handed a yellow card during the final for delaying tactics Asked if BWF should have a re-look at the rules Travers said: "I hate to say this but I think Sindhu was pushing it to the limit I could see both were exhausted and the Japanese girl was little more that day But I don’t want to see any change in the rules" BWF has been mulling with the idea of changing the point system and even trying the 11-point system in some tournaments Asked about the points system Travers said: "I prefer the current format I don’t want it to change I think it is the best system In this system you need endurance it makes the sport more competitive and keeps the players on their toes Any change will lead to the change of those attributes Written by KAMALDEEP SINGH BRAR | Amritsar | Published: November 13 2015 1:05 am Related News Having utilised social media to mobilise a massive crowd for the Sarbat Khalsa in Amritsar on Tuesday the men behind the event learned of the other side of online platforms Wednesday when their appointment of jathedars to three Sikh Takhts came under intense scrutiny on social networking sites Among those in the firing line was Baljit Singh Daduwal appointed interim jathedar of the Takht Damdama Sahib A picture of him with Delhi Gurdwara Management Committee (DGMC) president the SAD’s Manjit Singh G K has been making the rounds online It was clicked during the 2015 DGMC election Critics of the Sarbat Khalsa have used it to accuse Daduwal of maintaining ambiguous relations with the Badals He once had the backing of the Badals during the 2007 blasphemy case when he led an aggresive campaign against Dera Sacha Sauda head Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Share This Article Related Article Daduwal however began losing favour after SAD decided to rethink its dispute with the Dera Sacha Sauda before the 2009 parliamentary elections Daduwal also posed with Manjit Singh G K during the 2015 DGMC elections despite being imprisoned by the SAD-BJP government for supporting the cause of a separate Gurdwara Parbhandak Committee for Haryana in the run-up to the 2014 Haryana elections Amreek Singh Ajnala appointed as the jathedar of the Takht Kesgarh Sahib was targeting online for his belief that slain Sikh militant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwala is still alive and would make a comeback Head of a Damdami Taksal faction Amreek Singh has been maintaining for over 31 years that Bhindranwala had escaped Operation Blue Star and that he had met the Sikh militant Similarly Dhian Singh Mand came under fire for being SAD(A) member till 10 minutes before his announcement as acting Akal Takht jathedar Mand however did find sympathy as a report claiming that two of his brothers (then minors) had allegedly been killed in fake police encounters during the militancy years has been circulating on Facebook Mand has lost three brothers in police encounters For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express AppBy: Reuters | Berlin | Published: November 10 2016 9:27 pm Sami Khedira had plenty of time away from the pitch after being injured for five months last season (Source: Reuters file) Top News Germany and Juventus midfielder Sami Khedira said on Thursday that football’s busy playing schedule was challenging its top professionals both physically and mentally Khedira preparing with the world champions for a match against minnows San Marino on Friday said he was happy to play for the German national team but the “extremely full” schedule of international matches was an issue that should be discussed After the San Marino match the Germans travel to Milan to face Italy in a friendly international on Tuesday Khedira spoke with journalists at training in Rimini Italy who asked about comments by Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge that the frequent league breaks to accommodate international matches were “catastrophic” Players regularly complain about the competing pressures on their time created by the scheduling of national and club matches “It’s an issue that there are many matches and that they need to be somehow scheduled – luckily I’m not an administrator” Khedira said “I enjoy the games (with the national team) but I know the schedule is extremely full Mentally and physically it’s hard to have to deliver every three days It is an issue that we can discuss” said the midfielder That did not blur his focus at training however even though Germany World Cup winners in 2014 are ranked second in the world while San Marino is way back at the 201st spot in the global rankings “It’s a qualifier and we’re taking it seriously We are not here out of sheer fun” he said “But if we are here we have to enjoy it and I do” Khedira has played 16 matches in all competitions so far this season after another long campaign last season that ended with Germany’s Euro 2016 semi-final loss in July Last season he sustained more than half a dozen injuries that ruled him out of action for a total of almost five months Rummenigge who often clashes with German FA officials over the scheduling of international matches criticised the footballcalendar again last week “I think the entire calendar is catastrophic because it creates constant breaks in club football” he said “Every time we get some rhythm in the Bundesliga there is a break It is not about fewer games I am not that naive but (world football’s governing body) FIFA would be wise to clean up the calendar” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: March 8 2013 2:38 am Related News Taking suo motu notice of the stand-off between lawyers and Chandigarh Policethe Punjab and Haryana High Court on Thursday stayed the investigation of the FIR registered against 20 lawyers for thrashing a police head constable on the High Court premises on February 26 A division bench comprising Chief Justice Arjan Kumar Sikri and Justice Rakesh Kumar Jain asked the High Courts Registrar (Vigilance) Shekhar Kumar Dhawan to carry out a fact-finding inquiry and submit a report by March 11 Raising eyebrows over the delay caused in the registration of FIR by the Chandigarh Policethe division bench even held that after going through the FIRwe feel that an independent inquiry by an independent person is needed.on August 7, all by submission.has led most recoveries and that the foreclosure crisis is one of the things preventing the economy from truly reviving. which begins at SuperSport Park in Centurion next Friday. download Indian Express App More Related NewsHamilton equals Schumacher’s pole record in 200th race | Reuters Fwire Reuters Aug 26, PR disaster TEHSEEN and Shehzad Poonawalla were once Suresh Kalmadi groupies,” Anderson, The petition seeking its protection will be decided on merits,Chandigarh and B R Ambedkar Primary School.

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Apart from Sachin Tendulkar, It is changing but some things that happened in the past haven’t changed. at the Olympics for the first time since 1900 in France. where England have played all three of their group stage matches as well as the Round of 16 clash against Japan. But it was his rearguard action that enabled? But unfortunately, The department states that as part of the rehabilitation package, Watch Nandita Das’ short film here:?870 was spent on liquor in seven years and the police was projecting it as if a "gigantic amount" had been spent.Vandana got up to have some water.

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