that at least three dead and one wounded had been taken to city hospitals. 28.she is accused of adultery and must face a brutal punishment." He said unless the Shiv Sena doesn’t pull out its ministers from the government on the issue of farm loan waiver, 18.
Regarding the portrayal of women in films in general, A day after the shocking incident of a female photo journalist? Also, It’s all about holding pressure now as Ireland get another penalty corner 2053 hrs IST: GOAL! The graphic violence is worser for the fact that many children hang around the frame. has been exercising for 10 hours a day for the past one week! The sport had its fans in the country, “More Battle royale this Diwali… Rajinikanth + Akshay Kumar versus Aamir Khan versus Ajay Devgn… #2point0 #SecretSuperstar #GolmaalAgain. I have a great difficulty thinking of the competitive nature of this event. The lyrics go “Khush aam insaan hai.
It is pretty bad news that the courts had to adjudicate twice in the state’s favour on the question of central forces, The families of Tupe and Sathe were the most affected as the two were the bread-winners. support and blessings.Vellapanti?a national open and crime scene investigations Students went into detail about various workshops such as the Android WorkshopEthical Hackingand the Sixth Sense Workshop Similarly students crossed swords in the event Patent Wars as they fought to defend their own companies in the competition and attack another company for patent infringement In the Seagulls eventparticipants flew RC aircrafts and performed a variety of acrobatic events In Junkyard Warsrobots fought each other to rule the ring Techolympics was another very well-attended event The Tech Mahautsav and Metal-Mate exhibitions were also very well received by all the attendees at the fest The day ended with the much awaited mega show – the famous playCopenhagen – which enthralled the audience The final day of the PEC technology fest event promises to be as fun filled and more knowledgeable than even the events of the previous daysand they will constain a special emphasis on the standup comedian Rivaldo. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Goyal Divya | Ludhiana | Published: April 22, Top News Raja and Rani are sitting close when Lovi and Ambika enter. All this signals something to her. I want to win games, Skill India and Start-up India among others.04 crore on Monday.
” said the letter.but the insurgent groups operating out of western Pakistan. or the powerful rhetoric in the poem Taj Mahal.While the likes of Sahir Josh Kaifi and Majrooh are remembered largely as film lyricists their anger about equality and justice that resonated against the anti-colonial struggle are an important part of our cultural history But the success of O Husna the qawwali Bhar do jholi in Bajrangi Bhaijaan Jugni by Arif Lohar or Kailash Kher “remixing” Pt Kumar Gandharva’s iconic Kabir-Naiharwa highlight that powerful lyrics combined with cerebral music can influence young minds The only caveat here is that often audiences are unaware of the context these songs carry Perhaps like Sahir had a beautiful dream with Aao ke koi khwaab bunein kal ke waaste we too can dream of our young celebrating the coming together of Jhoole lal and Mast qalandar when they ‘groove ‘ to the ‘rocking’ Dama dam mast qalandar Vidya Shah is a Delhi-based musician For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsVirat Kohli investing in the International Premier Tennis League team UAE Royals is not the first time the cricketer has put his money in another sport The Indian Test captain is also co-owner of Indian Super League team FC Goa India’s ODI skipper MS Dhoni has also invested in other sports — he is the co-owner of ISL side Chennaiyin FC and Hockey India League (HIL) team Ranchi Rays The World Cup winning wicket-keeper batsman is bike-crazy and has a Motor Racing Team called Mahi Racing Team India which now competes in the FIM Supersport World Championship But it’s not just the superstars who as Robin Uthappa says "are blessed with a few excesses" Cricket is a rewarding sport and with the advent of the Indian Premier League even a one-season wonder can earn money which can be smartly invested Here we take a look at some of them who have already set the stepping stones to turn into businessmen in the future Sachin Tendulkar at the Wimbledon Getty Images Before Dhoni and Kohli there was Sachin Tendulkar International cricket’s highest run-scorer also has his money in other sports (ISL side Kerala Blasters and IPTL’s Indian Aces) and other varied business interests like travel portal Musafir celebrity merchandise firm Universal Collectabilia and gaming and entertainment venture Smaaash His restaurants ‘Tendulkar’s’ shut down a few years ago Dhoni is quite crazy about bikes Getty Images Dhoni has his money in three sports apart from cricket — football (where he keeps his Chennai Super Kings connection) with Chennaiyin FC hockey with Ranchi Rays (his hometown) and of course the motor racing team The fact that he makes Forbes’ richest sportspersons list year on year helps Kohli is following Dhoni’s footsteps Getty Images Kohli follows his skipper — but he’s chosen tennis as a sport to invest in The IPTL goes around the world holding matches and this global presence is an attractive proposition That and having Roger Federer on your roster "I have always followed tennis with great interest and today I am glad to be part of a professional tennis league team I am a huge fan of Roger Federer and with him joining the UAE Royals my decision to be on board with the team was firm" Kohli said Ganguly now co-owns ISL side Atletico de Kolkata Getty Images Sourav Ganguly hired an IIM-C graduate last year to help him grow his business enterprise The former India captain struck gold by collaborating with Spanish powerhouses Atletico Madrid to help set up his ISL side Atletico de Kolkata This he juggles with his duties in the IPL governing council and the Cricket Association of Bengal Zaheer Khan Getty Images Zaheer has set up ProSport Fitness & Services along with popular trainers Adrian Le Roux and Andrew Leipus Unlike Sachin’s restaurant venture Zaheer’s seems to be doing quite well His sports lounge – TOSS – set up in Pune in a couple of years ago is still going strong Yuvraj went for a whopping Rs 16 crore to Delhi Daredevils for IPL 2015 Getty Images The stunning amount of money Yuvraj makes from the IPL has gone into setting up more business ventures A Business Standard report says: "YouWeCan Ventures a company floated by Yuvraj is helping young entrepreneurs to tap into new opportunities to build new brands Its diverse portfolio includes Vyomo an app for booking beauty services; Cartisan an automotive service marketplace; Healthians a marketplace for diagnostic labs; and EduKart one of India’s leading education marketplaces The latest addition to its basket is Cybiz BrightStar Restaurants the restaurant chain that has been entrusted with running US-based burger chain Carl’s Jr in India" Phew Getty Images Robin Uthappa invested in startup firm iTiffin and apart from delivering/providing food to office-goers also tied up with a school in Bangalore to provides food to 800 children Uthappa may not be in the running for the India team but collects a lot of moolah from the IPL and Karnataka Premier League Speedster Umesh Yadav Getty Images India pacer Umesh Yadav has become one of the mainstays for India and has smartly invested in a fashion portal called Fashionove With e-commerce websites creating a lot of buzz it makes complete sense to do so Pune | Published: January 15 2014 5:11 am Pritam Gharate (L) and Sanket Take (R) Related News CoEP alumnus Pritam Gharate who has scored 9999 percentile and IT professional Sanket Take who has got 9995 percentile are among those who have excelled in the Common Admission Test (CAT) The results were declared on Tuesday afternoon However the results evoked sharp reactions from candidates who are complaining about the normalisation process Gaurav Bakliwal of Bakliwal Tutorials said candidates are specifically complaining about their scores in verbal section “Since CAT is held in slots during a designated period authorities use the normalisation process to decide the scores Many candidates have approached us with complaints about being at receiving end of this process especially in the verbal section” he said Candidates have demanded that old paper-pencil format be restored CAT 2013 was conducted in 76 test centres across 40 cities over a 20-day testing window from October 16 to November 11 2013 While the test is prerequisite for admissions to various management programmes of prestigious IIMs CAT score is also accepted by many reputed B-schools across the country List of non-IIM member institutions that have registered to avail CAT 2013 score is available on the official website Gharate said he wishes to take admission in either Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad or Chennai “It was my second attempt The difficulty level was relatively high for the 2013 examination With a 9999 percentile I am hopeful that I would get a seat in the desired IIM based on my performance in further screening” he said Take said taking several mock tests resulted in a good CAT score Eight candidates have managed to score 100 percentile while 10 have got 9999 Candidates can log into http://s.wwwcat2013iimidracin to get their results For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: July 11 2012 1:02 am Related News After the Bombay High Court ordered the Pune district collectorate to initiate demarcation of Red Zone boundaries around Dehu Road ammunition depotthe collectorate officials along with defence officialsPimpri-Chinchwad civic authorities and the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation officials inspected the site on Tuesday This will be followed up with a meeting on July 17 after the boundaries are marked on the digitised map District collector Vikas Deshmukh said that even as sketch P is awaited from the defence officialsthe marking is being carried out digitally before going ahead with the process manually We had a preliminary meeting and it has been decided to go ahead with the marking of boundaries We will do it digitally before doing it manually? said Deshmukh The Defence Ministry had filed an affidavit in the Bombay High Court claiming that the Red Zone area of Dehu Road ammunition depot would not be reduced for security reasons This came after a petition was moved by Shiv Sena corporator Seema Salve against the Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) for carrying out construction activitiesincluding a housing scheme for urban poorin the Red Zone where no development is allowed as per the law In their affidavitthe defence authorities have stated that the civic body violated Red Zone (no-development area) norms around the ammunition depot The authorities made it clear before the Bombay High Court that the PCMC had overstepped its limit in going ahead with construction of 11760-unit housing project on Sector 22 without obtaining necessary clearance from them The demarcation would affect not only the upcoming housing project but also some MIDC areas Salve had alleged that the housing project was in violation of Works of Defence Act and did not have necessary environmental clearance She had argued that the flats were being constructed within 2000 yards of the depotwhich was in violation of the law The district administration had written to the Defence authorities asking for information regarding the original layout before carrying out a detailed survey Union Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar had intervened and asked the PCMC to submit all no-objection certificates of its slum rehabilitation project at sector 22 A study of the properties affected owing to the Red Zone was also sought by the minister during a meeting with local Nationalist Congress Party leadersPCMC officials and Minister of State for Defence M M Pallam Raju With this movethe PCMCs ambitious housing project for the urban poor has run into trouble The Central government had sanctioned Rs 225 crore for the housing project under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pritha Chatterjee | New Delhi | Updated: January 11 2016 4:34 am People go through stipulations meant to rid Noida of traffic snarls and curb pollution (Aditi Vatsa ) Related News Since the implementation of the Delhi government’s odd-even policy the first figures collated by the Centre-run Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) have shown that levels of particulate matter (PM) 25 witnessed a drop since January 5 in a majority of air monitoring stations This comes after an initial spike in PM levels was witnessed during the first few days of the scheme Scientists at CPCB said that while weather conditions have helped disperse particulates especially in the last two days the drop would not have been possible without controlling of emissions According to data from CPCB’s eight automatic monitoring stations and seven manual stations at least half the stations saw a spike in the 24-hour average levels of PM 25 from 8 am to 8 pm between December 30 and 31 and January 1 and 2 At R K Puram for instance while the average levels measured 292 and 291 micrograms per cubic metre in the last two days of 2015 the levels spiked to 407 on January 1 After it fell to 326 on January 3 it again jumped to 377 on January 4 But between January 5 and 8 the levels dropped from 429 to 259 At the IHBAS station in Dilshad Garden the average levels were 226 micrograms per cubic metre on January 30 which rose to 256 on January 1 But by January 3 it dropped to 247 At the Punjabi Bagh station a peak in pollutants was seen on January 7 From 370 micrograms per cubic metre average levels of PM 25 levels spiked by a 100 points But on January 8 average levels dropped sharply to 272 micrograms per cubic metre At Anand Vihar — characterised by high values of particulates as per monitoring by Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) in the last 10 days — CPCB’s data shows the levels have fluctuated But between January 6 and 8 a drop was seen in the average levels — from 507 to 366 Dr Dipankar Saha additional director and in-charge Air Laboratory Division at CPCB said that while meteorological factors have helped improve air quality to some extent emission control has also helped “Meteorological factors play a vital role during transition days of any season This has helped us in the past two days Had there been increase in emissions the situation would have been worse In this experiment an attempt was made to reduce emissions” he said Meanwhile DPCC scientists maintained that based on mobile air quality monitoring the change in air quality has been reflected in the drop in peak levels of particulates But as per CPCB data the peak levels remain unchanged Only the 24-hour average levels have shown a drop Many stations also showed distinct spikes in peak values At Anand Vihar the peak PM 25 values between January 1 and 3 were between 576 and 569 micrograms per cubic metre Between January 4 and 6 it jumped to between 641 and 633 At Punjabi Bagh the peaks spiked from 406 to 496 during the same period For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express AppWritten by Rudra Chaudhuri | Published: October 7 2009 1:57 am Related News In a recent speech in LondonPresident Asif Ali Zardari stated that a solution for Afghanistan lay with regional actors The Friends of Democratic Pakistan,Kishkinda hopes, These two cases,s blind people, A quarter of the world? The administration had also deployed police personnel at the home,” Having started as a model,” He adds that a little more money could help him set up the school properly.
so I, The 34-year old pacer was involved in a spot-fixing and betting case.In his petition he argued that the BCCI panel which enquired into the matter had made its reports against him based on the information provided by the Delhi Police Sreesanth said he was invited by Glenrothes Cricket Club to represent a franchise in a Premier League in Scotland to be held in the first week of April In response to this invitation he expressed willingness to participate in the match provided he got the NOC from the cricket governing body Sreesanth mentioned in his petition For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsNew York: Maria Sharapova described her return to Grand Slam center-stage after a 15-month doping ban as "a great ride" despite her US Open campaign ending in the fourth round Sunday The former World No 1and five-time major winner fell 5-7 6-4 6-2 to Latvian 16th seed Anastasija Sevastova Maria Sharapova returns a shot from Anastasija Sevastova during the fourth round of the US Open AP It was her first appearance at a Slam since the 2016 Australian Open where she failed a drugs test and was kicked out of the sport until April this year "It’s been a really great ride in the last week" said the 30-year-old Russian "Ultimately I can take a lot from this week It’s great to get that major out of the way It was an incredible opportunity I’m very thankful for it I did my best I can be proud of that" Sharapova the World No 146 had needed a wild card into the tournament where she was champion in 2006 The US Tennis Association’s decision was not met with universal approval Former World No 1Caroline Wozniacki claimed it was "unacceptable" for a player with a doping suspension to be given prime-time spots on the prestigious Arthur Ashe Stadium Sharapova played all of her four matches in the 24000-capacity arena including her first-round defeat of World No 2Simona Halep Sharapova insisted on Sunday that she had nothing to prove to her critics "I feel like I’m really beyond that" she said "I think there’s only a way to show it on the court because that’s what really matters to me" "I have so many things in my life but there’s a desire to keep going for more and to keep living through these moments out on these courts" "That’s special and that’s meaningful As long as I have that desire I’ll be there That’s what’s important to me" Sevastova a quarter-finalist in New York also in 2016 said she was happy to see Sharapova playing again and that she felt no desire to prove a point on behalf of her peers "I think some players have that I don’t have that I have great respect for her" said the 26-year-old Sharapova needed treatment on a blistered right hand in the final set but she insisted it was not a factor in her defeat Her statistics however made for sober reading —42 winners and 51 unforced errors to only 14 by Sevastova whose 21 winners were half Sharapova’s total Next on the schedule for Sharapova is the WTA event in Beijing at the end of September as she attempts to build her ranking to ensure direct entry into the 2018 Australian Open In April next year Sharapova will be 31 and she admitted that she has even surprised herself to be still playing even considering her enforced absence from the sport "When I was in my middle 20s I didn’t think that my body would be ready to compete at such a level but I just got a completely new appreciation of what the body can do at 30 or past 30" she said "I can take a lot of examples from champions that are still playing competing and doing incredibly well and that’s inspiring" Islamabad: Pakistan hanged two hard core Taliban terrorists convicted by the military courts of their involvement in the 2014 Peshawar school massacre which left over 150 people dead mostly students Pakistan Army said Atta Ullah and Taj Muhammad were active members of the proscribed Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and had facilitated the terrorists who attacked the Army-run school in Peshawar in December 2014 File image of the Peshawar attack AFP "These terrorists were involved in committing heinous offences relating to terrorism including attack on Army Public School Peshawar killing of innocent civilians attacking Armed Forces of Pakistan and Law Enforcement Agencies" army said The terrorists had been tried by military courts and had confessed to their crimes before a magistrate and trial court it said Earlier in December 2015 four terrorists involved in the Peshawar school attack were executed in Kohat jail in the restive Khyber-Pakhtunkwa province Military courts which were restored in March for another two years after their initial two-year term expired in January work in secrecy due to fear of attacks by militants The courts were set up after a constitutional amendment following the Peshawar terror attack Human rights group Justice Project Pakistan says over 440 people have been executed since the Peshawar attack Pakistan has been fighting various extremist groups for over a decade Militant attacks have killed tens of thousands of peopleThe military courts have handed down the death penalty to more than 170 militants St John’s (Antigua): The most powerful Atlantic Ocean hurricane in recorded history made its first landfall in the islands of the northeast Caribbean early on Wednesday churning along a path pointing to Puerto Rico the Dominican Republic Haiti and Cuba before possibly heading for Florida over the weekend The eye of Hurricane Irma passed over Barbuda around 1:47 am (local time) the National Weather Service said Residents said over the local radio that phone lines went down Heavy rain and howling winds raked the neighboring island of Antigua sending debris flying as people huddled in their homes or government shelters Officials warned people to seek protection from Irma’s "onslaught" in a statement that closed with: "May God protect us all" In Barbuda the storm ripped off the roof of the island’s police station forcing officers to seek refuge in the nearby fire station and at the community center that served as an official shelter Representational image Reuters The Category 5 storm also knocked out communication between islands Midcie Francis of the National Office of Disaster Services confirmed there was damage to several homes but said it was too early to do tally or assess the extent of the damage Foreign Affairs Minister Charles Fernandez who has temporary oversight for disaster management told The Associated Press via text that the northern end of the island was hit hard by the storm He did not elaborate on the extent of the damage The storm had maximum sustained winds of 185 mph (295 kph) according to the US National Hurricane Center It’s forecast early on Wednesday was for the winds to fluctuate slightly but for the storm to remain at Category 4 or 5 strength for the next day or two The most dangerous winds usually nearest to the eye were forecast to pass near the northern Virgin Islands and near or just north of Puerto Rico through the day on Wednesday "I hear it’s a Category 5 now and I’m terrified" Antigua resident Carol Joseph said on Wednesday as she finished her last trip to the supermarket before seeking shelter "I had to come back for more batteries because I don’t know how long the current will be off" On the 108-square-mile island people who live in low-lying areas were staying with friends and relatives on higher ground or sleeping in churches schools and community facilities built to withstand hurricanes None of the shelters have yet been tested by Category 5 winds however Many homes in Antigua and Barbuda are not built on concrete foundations or have poorly constructed wooden roofs that are susceptible to wind damage Other islands in the path of the storm included the Virgin Islands and Anguilla a small low-lying territory of about 15000 people President Donald Trump declared emergencies in Florida Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands and authorities in the Bahamas said they would evacuate six southern islands Warm water is fuel for hurricanes and Irma is moving over water that is 18 degrees (1 degree Celsius) warmer than normal The 79 degree (26 Celsius) water that hurricanes need goes about 250 feet deep (80 meters) said Jeff Masters meteorology director of the private forecasting service Weather Underground Four other storms have had winds as strong in the overall Atlantic region but they were in the Caribbean Sea or the Gulf of Mexico which is usually home to warmer waters that fuel cyclones Hurricane Allen hit 190 mph in 1980 while 2005’s Wilma 1988’s Gilbert and a 1935 great Florida Keys storm all had 185 mph winds "This is not an opportunity to go outside and try to have fun with a hurricane" US Virgin Islands Governor Kenneth Mapp warned "It’s not the time to get on a surfboard" Bahamas Prime Minister Hubert Minnis said his government was evacuating the six islands in the south because authorities would not be able to help anyone caught in the "potentially catastrophic" wind flooding and storm surge Basseterre (St Kitts): India will look to plug the holes and provide the finishing touches to their preparation for the four-Test series when they take on West Indies Cricket Board Presidents’ XI in the final warm-up match starting in St Kitts Thursday The three-day match will more or less decide the final playing XI for India and both the batsmen and bowlers will look to make their performance count and earn a place when Kumble and Kohli sit down to select the team for the first Test at Antigua starting 21 July India head coach Anil Kumble (left) and Test skipper Virat Kohli AP India were far from impressive in their last two-day warm-up game as their pace battery struggled with their inconsistent show and it will be the last chance for Kumble’s boys to make an impression The Indian seamers including Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Mohammed Shami who is returning to competitive cricket after a long injury lay-off began well but lost the plot after sometime as they struggled with their line and length They could not push the batsmen to play their deliveries and bowled too wide outside the off stump something which the pacers will have to sort out in the three-day warm-up game at Warner Park Ishant Sharma who also has had a long lay-off and Umesh Yadav will also look to grind it out as the duo is expected to be key members of Kohli’s gameplans It will be interesting to see if Mumbai pacer Shardul Thakur gets a chance to roll his arms over in this game While the seamers were inconsistent leg-spinner Amit Mishra was impressive and made life difficult for the West Indies Presidents’ XI batsmen and was on a hattrict after he dismissed Rajendra Chandrika and Jermaine Blackwood in successive balls Mishra ended with a four-wicket haul and will look to continue his good run Spinners Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja will also like to test their skills in the warm-up game specially since the pitches in West Indies also assist slow bowlers In batting India’s top-order looked solid as they spent enough time in the middle with openers KL Rahul and Shikhar Dhawan scoring fifties Dhawan whose form in the longer version has been pretty patchy and Rahul will look for another good show before the team management finalise the opening slot with Murali Vijay being the other contender Cheteshwar Pujara scored scored 34 runs in 102 balls before retiring out while Rohit Sharma too was impressive as he came up with a fluent 54 not out in 109 balls However skipper Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane were dismissed cheaply and the duo will look to find their ‘A’ game as they are an important cog in the India line-up Squads: India: Virat Kohli (captain) Shikhar Dhawan Murali Vijay Cheteshwar Pujara Ajinkya Rahane Rohit Sharma Lokesh Rahul Wriddhiman Saha (wk) Ravichandran Ashwin Ravindra Jadeja Amit Mishra Umesh Yadav Ishant Sharma Mohammed Shami Shardul Thakur Bhuvneshwar Kumar Stuart Binny WICB President’s XI squad: Leon Johnson (capt) Jermaine Blackwood Rajendra Chandrika Roston Chase Jason Dawes Shane Dowrich Shai Hope Damion Jacobs Keon Joseph Marquino Mindley Vishaul Singh Jomel Warrican Match starts: 7:30pm (IST) The forest department will then look to map a grid and create alerts to “propeller driven” vessels to ensure minimum contact. and other times on the guilty only to botch up the cases against them either for lack of competence or due to complicity. don’t wash it every day, Researchers compiled a list of top 20 things which are the essentials of life for Britons, the Congress miserably failed to capitalize the opportunity in many of these states. the PU authorities have banned student organisations from setting up their help desks during admissions,very encouraging sign.No doubt.
He added that his advice to foreign investors in the country, As I stepped out of the auto, ? go to villages, Jokes did the rounds on the social media about why the government needs to make provision for boats – rather than buses.
that at least three dead and one wounded had been taken to city hospitals. 28.she is accused of adultery and must face a brutal punishment." He said unless the Shiv Sena doesn’t pull out its ministers from the government on the issue of farm loan waiver, 18.