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Also read |?By: Express Web Desk | Published: June 10 sent by Toshiba to Western Digital’s chief legal officer, And not only players and officials’ payments,group which had some modern day greats like Sachin Tendulkar,Rahul Dravid VVS Laxman achieved a lot or not “I don’t know that they got the best out of the groupthat they had Other teams probably got more out of the talentthey had” he said “There are a number of reasons for that Partly becausethey didn’t have the bowling attack to make the most of thatbatting line-up Away from India it didn’t do as well as itprobably should have done” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: December 31 2015 12:42 pm TV celebs like Siddhant Karnick Mita Vasisht Ssharad Malhotraa among others have plans to party their way into 2016 Related News New Year’s Eve is the time to set new resolutions to be with family members and close ones and to party While a lot of Hindi small screen artistes don’t believe in resolutions many have plans to party their way into 2016 Here’s what they have planned for New Year’s Eve: Siddhant Karnick: I always spend my New Year’s Eve with close family and friends This year it all depends on my shooting schedule 2015 has been a great year career wise for me – it gave me one of the biggest breaks of my life A lot of people make resolutions around this time but I make it as and when I have a need for it I make it a point to complete all my resolutions Mita Vasisht: I never make any New Year resolutions My resolutions are made on my birthday The plan for this New Year is to be with the people I love I just want to wish everyone a Happy New Year Ssharad Malhotraa: I don’t like performing at any event especially on the last day of the year So I will be celebrating the New Year with my family and close friends Rohit Khuranna: My New Year resolution this year is to quit smoking This time I will be in Goa with close mates and family so it will be a lot of fun Tina Datta: This year I am in Mumbai only and would be partying with my mother and friends at home Home is where the heart is Aishwarya Sakuja: I am going to Bali with my husband Rohit I have some work in Bali and at the same time we will be celebrating New Year in Bali Delnaaz Irani: This New Year would be minus my boyfriend Percy Karkaria who would be out on professional assignment My elder brother Paurus Irani is coming from London so we will be having a family get together including (brother) Bhaktiyar’s family Ravi Dubey: My New Year resolution is to be better than the yardstick that I had set for myself the previous year I want to create more value I want to inspire more people entertain everyone a lot and make people happier through my work Dalljiet Kaur: I don’t make resolutions because it’s a continuous struggle to become better every day I have plans of having some amazing time with my mother father and my son on this New Year’s Eve and that’s perfect Jasmin Bhasin: No New Year resolutions because I end up breaking them But I wish the coming year to be one of the best and most memorable years of my life Disha Savla: I haven’t made any New Year resolutions this year because I can’t follow anything out of compulsion or pressure it should come from within Mohit Sehgal: I don’t make any specific resolutions on New Year I continue making resolutions throughout the year; I haven’t planned anything for New Year But this year I plan on becoming a better actor For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: January 2 2016 7:18 pm Abhishek Chaubey and Honey Trehan have a long standing association with Vishal Bhardwaj and Gulzar saab Related News Filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj and noted lyricist Gulzar will be accompanying director Abhishek Chaubey and casting director Honey Trehan during the launch of their production house Abhishek and Honey have a long standing association with Bhardwaj and Gulzar saab They all were involved in the making of Ishqiya and Dedh Ishqiya which went on to garner a lot of appreciation The event is slated to happen on January 5 where Abhishek and Honey will announce their production house and also launch their film titled ‘A Death in the Ganj’ starring Vikrant Massey and Kalki Koechlin The movie will be directed by actress Konkona Sen Sharma which also marks her debut in directing For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsNew Delhi: The eight-member Olympic Task Force constituted to plan a roadmap to improve India’s performance in the next three Olympics emphasised on the need to be "athlete-centric coach-led and system-driven" Olympic Task Force members presenting the report to Union Sports Secretary Injeti Srinivas SAI Media The task force which include national badminton coach Pulella Gopichand India’s lone individual Olympic gold medallist Abhinav Bindra and former India hockey captain Viren Rasquinha among others submitted an extensive report to the Sports Secretary Injeti Srinivas In the report the task force focused on a three-fold formula –"athlete-centric coach-led and system-driven" It addressed issues like upgradation in sports governance sport science and culture of sports among many others "Currently sports governance is at stake as relationship and coordination of various sports federations with all their concerned stakeholders need much more advancement for timely disbursement and dispensation of sports grants to nurture the sport talent" Om Pathak a member of the task force said at the 5th Global Sports Convention on Saturday "Sports science is currently missing in sports syllabi as a result the best of sportspersons in India are not uplifted beyond a certain threshold and therefore the earlier the sports science is introduced to sports the better would it be for ultimate evolution of all sports in the country" he added The task force urged sports authorities to visit the countryside and make all out attempts to spot talent in various primary schools and nurture them It focussed on inculcating physical wellness ethical and moral values among the budding sportsperson so that they evolve into world-class personalities in the sporting arena The task force was set up under the direction of Prime Minister Narendra Modi after the end of last year’s Rio Olympics where India won just two medals despite sending its largest contingent ever New York: The disputes between India and Pakistan over the Indus Waters Treaty can be resolved within the context of the agreement itself Pakistan’s prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has said Abbasi who was responding to a question on the Indus Waters Treaty said there were provisions in the treaty on how to resolve the disputes File photo of Indus river News18 "It’s a legal issue now And it can be resolved within the context of the agreement" Abbasi said on Wednesday at an event organised here by the Council on Foreign Relations a top American think-tank "That’s been our stance from day one that the issue should be resolved as per the provisions of the agreement which are very clear I think the World Bank also appreciates our viewpoint" Abbasi said India and Pakistan held the latest round of talks on the Indus Waters Treaty on 14 and 15 September under the aegis of the World Bank that ended without any agreement The second round of discussions between India and Pakistan on Ratle and Kishanganga hydroelectric projects over which Islamabad has raised objections took place at the World Bank headquarters in Washington amid a chill in bilateral ties The Indus Waters Treaty was signed in 1960 after nine years of negotiations between India and Pakistan with the help of the World Bank which is also a signatory The World Bank’s role in relation to the "differences" and "disputes" is limited to the designation of people to fulfill certain roles when requested by either or both of the parties The last round of talks were held on 1 August which the World bank said were held in a spirit of goodwill and cooperation When Balwant Singh a substitute on the night and a revelation in recent times ran down the right and squared the ball into the box anyone who has followed Indian football for a while now knew what was going to happen The ball took its merry time reaching its target a diminutive man wearing the number 11 shirt As it rolled slowly across the 18-yard-box for what seemed like an eternity and as Sunil Chhetri appeared out of nowhere on the other side like a ghost like he always does you knew the outcome It was a goal before Chhetri put the ball into the net It was a goal before Balwant put in the cross It was a goal before the game began Chhetri’s decisive strike took India to victory over Macau and into the AFC Asian Cup for only the fourth time in history India have over a year to prepare for the 2019 Asia Cup to be held in UAE PTI There wasn’t much doubt that India would prevailin Bengaluru on Wednesday Beating Macau4-1 at home doesn’t mean much in itself But the scale of the achievement that came with the win truly sunk in at the final whistle On a cold wet night in Bengaluru the sun was shining on Indian football "I don’t know how I feel I’ll go back to the dressing room talk to the boys and then maybe I’ll know" a breathless Chhetri said after the game In the last three years the Indian football team has made tangible progress Many young players came to the fore and helped India clinch the South Asian Football Federation (SAFF) championship These youngsters have now become regulars in the first team India’s FIFA ranking rose sharply reaching the top 100 recently The ongoing U-17 World Cup is the nation’s maiden foray at a FIFA tournament and will serve as valuable experience not just for the young players but also for sports administrators Qualifying for the Asian Cup also represents the very quest and being of Indian football: To get better Despite the leaps and bounds made in recent times despite the money and attention pouring in through the Indian Super League India still remains considerable steps behind top Asian teams in terms of quality and preparation "We have worked really hard But in the end we are India So we know we have to work harder" the Indian skipper said And he couldn’t be more right Any success for Indian football opens the gates for further improvement The Asian Cup is that gate And how does one get better Of course one needs to work hard And if there are those around you who make you work harder than ever that is when you truly improve The Indian teamwill only get better when it plays against better teams And Asian Cup will provide that opportunity We witnessed a similar situation with the Afghanistan national team at the 2016 SAFF Championships as well The Afghans had clearly improved over time and were nowdispatching other nations in the SAFF sub-confederation with considerable ease Only a spirited India performance in the final stopped them from retaining the title It was also Afghanistan’s last SAFF tournament They were moving on to the recently formed Central Asian Football Association (CAFA) Afghanistan had outgrown SAFF become a big fish in a small pond They needed tougher better opponents And CAFA offered them just that Afghanistan then ranked highest among the SAFF nations was the lowest ranked team in CAFA which comprised Asian heavyweights likeIran and Uzbekistan India too needs to play against heavyweight teams like Japan Saudi Arabia South Korea Australia Iran Iraq etc And in the Asian Cup the Blue Tigers will face the continent’s best TheAsian Cup is not just a big continental tournament; for India it is also a measure of how good they can be The other good news is that India has earned qualification early on in the third round itself which gives them more than year to prepare for the 2019 edition to be held in the UAE Considering where the team has reached in such little time one can expect them be better by2019 A national training centre is on its way and intense scouting leading up to the U-17 World Cup has uncovered some serious young talent in the country One of them Jeakson Thounaojam aged only 16 scored India’s first goal at the World Cup Another Dheeraj Moirangthem 17 has become a household name due to heroics with a pair of gloves The senior team has changed visibly in how they play Rarely does one see them resorting to diagonal long balls of the past India are fitter faster and stronger and it is apparent on the field By In a year and half India is bound to be better prepared to take on continental giants When asked what the victory and qualification meant for the team Chhetriechoed a similar sentiment "It means we rub shoulders with the best in Asia" he said India is lucky to have Chhetri not just because he is a world classforward but also because he’s such a pragmatic and intelligent leader He appreciates the hard work done to reach this point butacknowledges the difficult path that lies ahead He does not have grand designs orschemes for Indian football buttakes it one step at a time He does not talk in dreams but instead tries to deliver the reality It’s a process and the Asian Cup qualification is turning of a page India will play teams that have played in the World Cup India will lose But India will learn With contrasting fortunes of the ISL and I-league at home and their repercussions Indian football often finds itself between a rock and hard place But the prospect of playing in the Asian Cup is one surface the team wouldn’t mind falling on Written by Hina Rohtaki | Chandigarh | Published: August 31 2016 4:52 am Top News August 30 In a bid to ensure that green spaces are not reduced if pavers are installed to create parking spaces for vehicles near the neighbourhood parks the civic body is likely to install grass pavers in two sectors The grass pavers were recently installed in Sector 28 on a pilot basis recently on the suggestion mooted by the engineering wing The agenda of installing green pavers would come up before the House meeting scheduled to be held Wednesday As per the agenda the grass pavers may be installed in Sector 38 which houses the the Mayor’s ward and in Dadumajra and will cost around Rs 62 lakh and Rs 55 lakh respectively “The roads are narrow in Dadunajra Colony and people park their vehicles in front of their houses However after installing grass pavers the residents can park their vehicles here” stated the proposal An inspection was also carried out by the Sub-Divisional engineer concerned following which this report was prepared Though a part of the green cover would be converted into a parking place for the vehicles but to ensure that the area remains green the civic body had put forth the proposal of installing grass pavers “ The grass pavers can take the weight of a truck and beautifies the area as well So rather than having usual paver blocks which will reduce the space it is better to have grass pavers” According to the policy drafted paver blocks would be allowed to be installed on the V3 road Paver blocks and PCC tiles are to be fixed on V-4 V-5 and V-6 roads In shopping and market areas coloured pattern design blocks would be installed for beautification In rehabilitation colonies and villages neighbourhod parks where the area is up to 500 square yards the policy suggests that only green paver blocks would be provided to facilitate parking A carcass incinerator centre is likely to come up in sector 25 near the garbage processing plant Here the dead animals would be burnt The agenda would come up before the house meeting Wednesday For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: December 29 2015 4:39 am Police personnel at work in the new control centre Photos: Ganesh Shirsekar Related News CHIEF Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Monday inaugurated the new state-of-the-art Police Commissionerate building The CM also inaugurated Twitter handles of the Mumbai police and the Mumbai police commissioner and a police quarters at Worli Inaugurating the six-storey building inside the Mumbai police headquarters Fadnavis said “since we are an international city we need to give international service” The proposal for the building had been moved in 2003 and construction began in August 2011 The fifth floor has a ‘command control centre’ that will be used to analyze footage from various CCTV cameras that have been installed across the city The other offices however had work in progress with several police units yet to move in Officers said they have been told it may take around a month to have all the facilities in place before the place become operational As per police officers who are to move into the new building they still have at least a month to go as some parts of the building are yet to be completed Mumbai police commissioner Ahmad Javed said with increasing police force they were facing space constraints with their current offices and the new spacious offices will be of help Talking after inauguration of the over 100 police quarters in Worli the CM said “the quarters built by the British are in such a bad condition that British would not even keep their prisoners there” He added that apart from police quarters that have to be vacated on retirement they were also looking to provide permanent houses to policemen “Once a proposal is submitted by the Director General of Police (DGP) we will work out the modalities” the CM said [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related Newsexpectations.

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Strongest action will be taken against offenders, said Singh The police chiefs strong words notwithstandingit will be difficult to book chain-snatchers under MCOCA For the Act to be appliedat least one of the accused should have two prior offences in which chargesheets have been filed in the past 10 years While chain-snatchings were earlier registered as theftsthere is also a move to register them as robberies for harsher punishment For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: January 20 2016 11:25 am Linda Perry has apologised for criticising Lady Gaga’s Oscar nomination for writing “Till It Happens to You” Related News Linda Perry has apologised for criticising Lady Gaga’s Oscar nomination for writing “Till It Happens to You” In a series of tweets the famed songwriter apologises for thinking Gaga did not write enough of the song to be worthy of the nomination “Normally I wouldn’t respond to all this but I don’t know I’m feeling spunky There was another artist that originally was gonna sing #TIHTY” she wrote My sincere apologies I made a mistake to comment I wasn’t in the room when the #TIHTY was being written — LINDA PERRY (@RealLindaPerry) January 18 2016 Perry said Diane Warren penned the track and Gaga only changed one line from “till you got a hole ripped in your soul” to “till you’re at the end the end of your rope” The songwriter then emphasized that she meant no disrespect and was only “stating the truth” “I love Gaga so much respect and love this song that has nothing to do with anything Why did Gaga get credit Maybe because… Diane wanted to ensure her support in promoting the song Gaga is a very smart business woman she knew a song written by Diane Warren… Would be up for an Oscar…” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | London | Published: December 8 2016 12:01 pm Harry Kane has not scored against Manchester United in his last five attempts (Source: Reuters) Top News Harry Kane has yet to score against Manchester United in the Premier League but that could end at the sixth attempt on Sunday Tottenham Hotspur’s England striker is not short of confidence ahead of the trip to Old Trafford having scored twice against Swansea City in a 5-0 thrashing at White Hart Lane last weekend after agreeing a new six-year deal India vs England Live Score Victory for fifth-placed Tottenham would send them nine points clear of Jose Mourinho’s side who are sixth and leave United with a yawning gap between them and a place in the Champions League next season Tottenham beat United 3-0 at White Hart Lane last April before Mourinho took over in May but Kane did little to stand out – to the amusement of Reds’ fans on social media and his own frustration United who won 1-0 at home in August 2015 are the only club other than Watford and now-relegated Cardiff City among the 24 opponents Kane has played against in the top flight that have yet to see the Tottenham striker on the scoresheet The 23-year-old last season’s top scorer who has been linked regularly to United in transfer speculation is back in dangerous form having gone five league games without a goal at the end of last season and the start of the current campaign He has scored seven in his last six Premier League outings and will be keen to get Spurs moving back into contention with Chelsea breaking away at the top The North Londoners who played CSKA Moscow in the Champions league at Wembley on Wednesday are visiting United at a good time with their hosts having drawn their last three games 1-1 after conceding late equalisers Mourinho whose side are at Ukraine’s Zorya Luhansk in the Europa League on Thursday left Antonio Valencia Matteo Darmian and Michael Carrick out of his squad to keep them fresh for Sunday “The players I had to leave out to protect (them)” the Portuguese told reporters on Wednesday Chelsea three points clear of closest rivals Arsenal and four ahead of Liverpool are at home to West Bromwich Albion on Sunday in a match that could bring them a ninth win in a row Liverpool host West Ham United the same day at Anfield while unbeaten Arsenal who racked up a record 14 league wins in a row up to August 2002 should have an easy afternoon at the Emirates on Saturday when Stoke City come to town Stoke have not won at Arsenal since 1981 long before the Premier League came into existence and have yet to take a point at the Emirates Champions Leicester City teetering on the brink of the relegation zone with just 13 points from 14 games are at home to Manchester City who have striker Sergio Aguero starting a four-match ban on Saturday At the bottom end of the table Swansea City host resurgent Sunderland on Saturday with visiting striker Jermain Defoe bagging a hat-trick in last season’s fixture For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Updated: May 7 2017 9:46 am Jaydev Unadkat finished with match figures of 5 for 30 against Sunrisers Hyderabad on Sunday (Source: BCCI/IPL) Top News Sometimes it isn’t shots that makes you gasp but the graceful arcs cut by the batsman’s body Like with Ben Stokes He isn’t known for aesthetics in batting Sure he does the adrenalin-pumping big hits but you don’t normally cue up his batting highlights to sigh in aesthetic pleasure But there is this one shot rather position he ends up on occasions which makes you press the ‘last 10 seconds’ button on HotStar to watch it again It made its appearance on Saturday afternoon in Hyderabad on a slow pitch against the left-arm spin of Bipul Sharma It was a sluggish pitch and runs were at a premium Stokes was in an innings-rebuilding partnership with Steve Smith when he decided to take some risk He slog-swept Sharma for a six — your regular banal IPL six but it was the second six of the over that made one look for that 10-sec icon He had come down the track but Sharma squeezed out this one that much slower and shortened the length as well Stokes realised he had to reach out way in front of his body if he was to continue with his original thought of destruction And he did that in some style He lunged forward and as the bat came down for the crunchy-connect the back leg waltzed into air To maintain balance and also give him that extra leverage to get some power into the shot – it was like a leg-popping kiss movement of the back leg Up it went and the upper body lunged forward and the bat sliced through the air for the smacking blow The leg-pop the body-arc and the powerful finish made it a lovely sight Hope there was a photographer stationed at square-leg to frame it You didn’t need a cameraman to focus on Stokes to capture his decisive moves with the ball in the chase The departing batsmen showed all the drama and anguish in their faces Just like the twin sixes it was a double whammy from Stokes again as he took out Shikhar Dhawan and Kane Williamson in an over He went round the stumps and angled in a seamer that kept low and went through the awkward defensive technique of Dhawan And Williamson was done in by the extra bounce two balls later It kicked up outside off took the slice of the forward prod and rushed into Dhoni’s gloves Stokes wasn’t done yet The game breaker returned to have David Warner slashing a short ball outside off to deep cover Slow-ball specialist Jaydev Unadkat India’s slow-ball specialist loves those sluggish pitches He can amble in one of the more innocuous run-ups in town and just focus on what he is going to do with two of his fingers — the index and the middle Sometime just before release he slides the fingers on the ball to make it slip slower off the hands and off she wobbles along towards the batsmen who is usually looking for the almighty big hit Five men were deceived by him on Saturday Well perhaps deceived isn’t the most apt term there as it’s difficult to imagine that the batsmen don’t know what’s coming out at them from Unadkat Yet they succumbed In Yuvraj Singh’s case it wasn’t a mess-up but he nevertheless fell into the Unadkat trap 32 runs were needed in the last 3 overs and Yuvraj was on 47 With Yuvraj killing anything on his legs or on a length on the stumps Unadkat’s plan was clear: Keep it outside off He does the slower short-of-length stuff pretty well They don’t look venomous but in the end-over scenario with a well-placed field it works out well for him The ball climbed slowly well outside off and Yuvraj ended up slashing it to deep cover In the same over he snuffed out Hyderabad’s remaining big hope Naman Ojha with another slower one By the time he started his final over with Hyderabad needing 13 to win the momentum was with his team He rolled out a series of slower ones away from the batsmen who kept trying to heave it across the line Sharma holed out at deep square leg and Rashid Khan provided yet another caught-and-bowled opportunity to Unadkat whose slower ones regularly get him under the mishit skiers in the end-overs Bhuvneshwar Kumar too tried to slog across the line but ended up shanking the slower cutter to extra cover With that Unadkat reached his 100th T20 wicket How many of those were from the back-of-length slower cutters Send us the answer by snail mail For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: August 21 2015 5:39 pm Actor-producer Saif Ali Khan says he was expecting his forthcoming film ‘Phantom’ set in the aftermath of the 26/11 Mumbai attacks to be banned in Pakistan But he affirms that the film isn’t against the neighbouring country Related News Actor-producer Saif Ali Khan says he was expecting his forthcoming film “Phantom” set in the aftermath of the 26/11 Mumbai attacks to be banned in Pakistan But he affirms that the film isn’t against the neighbouring country The counter-terrorism drama film directed by Kabir Khan whose Salman Khan-starrer “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” hit the jackpot in Pakistan has been banned in the country reportedly by the Lahore high court after a petition was filed by 26/11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed Saif said that it was “expected” “Unfortunately certain films that they (Pakistan) will make we (India) will ban and certain films that we make they will ban If you don’t want to get banned you have to make other films like ‘Race’… which is fair enough because certain political issues are very sensitive between the two countries” Saif told IANS over phone from Mumbai “The film is about terrorism and there might be people in Pakistan who are anti-India It’s (the film) not anti-Pakistan but that’s okay Even ‘Agent Vinod’ wasn’t anti-Pakistan… that got banned” he said Share This Article Related Article Is Pakistan an important market for Indian films “You can make a fair amount of money from that market so it’s bit of a shame It’s not important in terms of… it doesn’t dictate what kind of movies we make” he shared “Phantom” which also stars Katrina Kaif will hit the Indian screens on August 28 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News" Hamalmann, which is threatening to obliterate the engraved letters on it. who is 10 years his senior, Miller and Morris will be the ones to do the job with the bat. The organisers added that the major focus of the event will be on waste management. and complete the fairytale. On Saturday, Investigators say the call data records of Rajbhar and Hema on the days leading to the murder will act as evidence to prove their case that she was lured to his Kandivali studio on the pretext of being given a video clip. and the Goyal group won unopposed in two faculties.

Yard. accussed in the Ishrat Jahan encounter case attempted suicide for unknown reasons on Thursday with his service rifle at the Sabarmati Central Jail. For all the latest Chandigarh News,Written by Express News Service | Mohali | Published: October 13

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