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In Goa,” In her post, “An investigation into the case is on, The study found that real average household incomes in rural areas had increased by 5 per cent annually,We grant a reasonable time to the state government to complete the infrastructure and use the budgetary sanction, Only big leaders of every party do not have the right to speak every time, Chaoudhary remarkedbefore walking out For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Rio De Janeiro | Updated: August 8 2016 2:25 am Yannick Agnel missed last year’s world championships in Russia due to a lung infection (Source: AP) Top News Rio will be the last Olympics for 2012 double gold medallist Yannick Agnel after the French swimmer failed to defend his 200 metres freestyle title on Sunday and announced his imminent retirement “This is my last international competition” the 24-year-old told French media after finishing 19th overall in Sunday’s preliminary heats with only the top 16 going through to the semi-finals “If I continue four years like the past four years you will find me between four planks” Agnel won gold in both the individual 200 and 4×100 relay in London four years ago as well as a silver in the 4×200 He has still to compete in the latter relay in Rio but has no more individual events His place at the Olympics had been in doubt earlier in the year when he came third behind Jeremy Stravius and Jordan Pothain in the French trials after failing to touch the finishing pad correctly Only the first two qualified but Pothain provided an opening by deciding to enter the 400 freestyle instead “I am disappointed very disappointed” he said of his performance on Sunday “But I gave everything I really did my maximum today I did everything I could “It was already a victory in itself to be here to show everybody that despite everything I could change my luck and be competitive “That’s what I tried today and even if it didn’t happen I’m happy to be here and have tried to defend my title” said the swimmer who also won two golds at the 2013 world championships Agnel missed last year’s world championships in Russia due to a lung infection His London 2012 winning time makes him still the third fastest swimmer of all time in the 200 freestyle behind Michael Phelps of the United States and German world record holder Paul Biedermann His time of one minute 4314 remains the fastest in a textile suit For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | Mumbai | Updated: May 27 2015 8:25 am Ranveer is happy to have worked in Zoya’s style of cinema which more of “slice of life” and entertaining but it didn’t give him the opportunity “to scream to sweat to lose out voice and all Related News Every day was like a party on the sets of Zoya Akhtar’s “Dil Dhadakne Do” but by the end of it actor Ranveer Singh craved for some “Bhansali action” “Dil Dhadakne Do” is about a dysfunctional family’s cruise trip and the entire film shoot was a sort of a picnic for the star cast Ranveer is happy to have worked in Zoya’s style of cinema which more of “slice of life” and entertaining but it didn’t give him the opportunity “to scream to sweat to lose out voice and all” — making him miss his “Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela” and “Bajirao Mastani” director Share This Article Related Article “By the end of Zoya’s film I was like ‘I need to go to Bhansali’ because acting in her (Zoya Akhtar) film is so casual and candid You are sitting on the sofa and talking… sitting in the bar and talking… if we are walking then also we are having conversation” Ranveer said here in an interview “So it is a very candid and casual During the shoot I had jokingly said to PC (Priyanka Chopra) that ‘I can’t resist myself I have to go to Bhansali I want to shout out do action stuff do aggressive scenes and cry”… and this is not in Zoya’s films” Ranveer who did intense scenes in Bhansali’s “Goliyon Ki Raasleela – Ram Leela” said While in Zoya’s film Ranveer plays a rich and classy urban guy in Bhansali’s “Bajirao Mastani” he will be seen as Maratha warrior Peshwa Bajirao and will also pull off some intense scenes and action However Ranveer is happy to work with the two directors “who are poles apart with different styles of acting and filmmaking” “Dil Dhadakne Do” is slated to release on June 5 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Rajkot | Updated: November 10 2016 9:28 pm Ravindra Jadeja returned with three wickets The Rajkot pitch offered very little assistance to slow bowlers on first two days (Source: AP) Top News Ravindra Jadeja stood firmly behind under-fire spinner Ravichandran Ashwin stating that it’s not the responsibility alone of the Tamil Nadu tweaker to get England to get all the wickets On first two days there wasn’t great help for the spinners from the SCA Stadium track Ashwin went for 167 runs from 46 overs with only two wickets to show for his efforts as England scored 537 with help of centuries from Joe Root Moeen Ali and Ben Stokes “We have five bowlers and all five bowlers have the responsibility and not only Ashwin As it happens sometimes chances go down it’s all part of the game Everyone is responsible in equal measure” Jadeja had the best figures amongst the five Indian bowlers ending with 3/86 from 30 overs but on the second day got to bowl only 9 overs Asked about it the local lad sidestepped the issue India struggled with the ball as England went on to score 537 in the first innings (Source: PTI) “That was captain’s thinking He must have had his own reasons looking from the team’s point of view I don’t think it was his plan to deliberately bowl (Ravichandran) Ashwin and (Amit) Mishra more” While praising the hundred made by Stokes he also pointed out that the left-hander was dropped twice by Wriddhiman Saha on individual scores of 60 and 61 respectively “He played very well and played according to merit Initially he was struggling against Umesh (Yadav) but after that he played calmly Whenever a catch has been dropped it has often happened a batsman will go on to score a century Stokes got two chances and then a few fell in no man’s land but these things are common in cricket” Jadeja also felt that losing the toss was crucial here “I think the toss (that India lost) took away the game (from us) Everyone knows that on the first two days the Rajkot wicket suits batsmen and after that the spinners come into play That’s all I can say” added Jadeja when asked out of the three century knocks which one was the most crucial one “As the game progresses pitch will get slower From one end where there are some foot marks deliveries can spin But the middle portion has remained the same Yesterday and today the fast bowlers had some help but over the next few days the wicket will become slower” he added He looked optimistically after India were kept on the field by England for five sessions “We now have to make the runs put on board (by England) Tomorrow is crucial for us we have to play positive cricket We have to play normal cricket according to the merit of the ball” said Jadeja after the second day’s play at the SCA Stadium Moeen Ali hit his first hundred away from home in Rajkot on Thursday (Source: AP) Asked about England’s superb batting display here as compared to their losing all ten wickets in the second Test against Bangladesh in Dhaka Jadeja said that the two tracks were totally different in nature “The surfaces are different – Bangladesh and here There the ball was turning sharp and here the odd ball was turning yesterday and today Both surfaces are very different” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sadaf Modak | Mumbai | Published: March 19 2016 1:06 am Related News AFTER THE first swarm of commuters has left Churchgate station a few stalls spring up near the subway outside platform four as night falls There are those who take a quick bite of omelette pao as a pre-dinner snack before reaching home two hours later in the northern suburbs of the city There are others for whom the omelette is dinner and others still who are the last customers having their breakfast at the same stall at 6 am Liaqat Ali Siddiqui who claims to be one of the first to set up a stall at the station 25 years ago dishes out at least 400 omelettes through the night “Earlier when there were no competitors I would end up making 500-600 omelette paos bhurjis and my famous anda rice” 38-year old Siddiqui says As a 13-year old boy Siddiqui set up an omelette stall to contribute to his family income Share This Article Related Article “My father would deliver pao to homes around Churchgate so I was aware of the area I began selling omelette pao and bhurji pao in the night to earn some money” he says Siddiqui recalls how in the beginning he would have to face harassment from customers who would refuse to pay after eating “There would be fewer policemen and not much patrolling either to check brawls or people misbehaving with us Things are better now” he says The other thing that has changed significantly according to Siddiqui are the prices “But at least I do not have to work under anyone I managed to buy a home get married start a family all because of this business” says the Navi Mumbai resident who sets his stall at 8pm every evening till 6am when he serves his last customer He then returns home and sleeps through the day All his supplies including eggs and bread come through orders on the phone Siddiqui prides over the fact that despite many other food stalls coming up over the years customers come looking for him “Those who have tasted the omelette I make remain loyal customers I do not have a secret ingredient I think it is the experience of so many years” he says The customers continue even after the last train leaves Churchgate at 1am Many looking for food after all eateries in the area are shut do not go disappointed For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: May 9 2017 10:55 pm Series win against New Zealand will help Indian women’s hockey to qualify for the 2018 World Cup in London Top News After winning the second round of Hockey World League and qualifying for the Hockey World League semi-final India women’s hockey team on Tuesday departed for the five-match Test series against New Zealand which starts from May 14 in Midlands With new-found aggression and tactics up their sleeves Ritu Rani-led side features a mix of young and experience squad with the likes of Sushila Chanu Rani Deep Grace Ekka Sunita Lakra Vandana Katariya Namita Toppo Sunita Lakra Navjot Kaur Lilima Minz Monika Renuka Yadav Nikki Pradhan Savita among others The Indian team who will be playing the semifinal of Hockey World league in Johannesburg has found new dragflickers in Gurjit Kaur young Reena Khokhar Khokhar recently made her debut against Belarus in the Five-match Test Series earlier this year Udita will be making her debut in Midlands “There is a lot of difference in how we play now I believe we have improved in our fitness technique and man- to-man marking New Zealand Tour will be a good preparatory tour for us ahead of the World League Semi Final and this exposure will help us improve and also understand our weak points” said Rani ahead of their departure “Playing five times against a higher ranked team like New Zealand will open up areas that we require to work on in the next three months ahead of the World League Semi Final” said chief coach Sjoerd Marijne under whom the women’s team began their season with a 5-0 win against Belarus After a good show at the 2016 Rio Olympics the Indian eves’ performance has been on an upswing and since then they also won the Asian Champions Trophy Series win against the Kiwis will also help them qualify for the World Cup “Playing with good pace handling pressure in crunch situations and coming up with really good defence apart from emphasis on fitness was some of the focus areas during the 21 -day camp in Bangalore I believe if we work our plans well then we stand a good chance against New Zealand” Marijne said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Arita Sarkar | Mumbai | Published: December 25 2015 4:57 am Related News After having proposed to hire additional rat killers to operate at night install more rat traps and to raise the budget for the purpose the BMC has now come up with one more plan to tackle rat menace in the city While rat killing is currently done in only a few wards in the city for the first time the BMC has decided to outsource the job to agencies to include the suburban areas Executive Health Officer Padmaja Keskar said tenders to hire these agencies will be floated soon “We will float tenders for agencies involved in collecting garbage and pick one for each of the 24 wards We will fix a rate for a minimum number of rats to be killed — the amount will serve as an incentive to kill more number of rats” said Keskar Rajan Naringrekar of the BMC’s Insecticide Department stated that currently there are about 28 rat killers employed by the department The night rat killers are paid about Rs 5000 a month for killing a minimum of 30 rats The rat killers until now were operating in only nine wards of south and central Mumbai “It was tougher for night killers to operate in the city’s suburbs since there are a lot of open spaces and it is tougher to catch rats in open areas” said Naringrekar Once finalised these 24 agencies will undergo a week-long training“They will be trained by our insecticide officer for three days and then given hands-on training by a night rat killer for four days” said Keskar “They will be trained by our insecticide officer for three days and then given hands-on training by a night rat killer for four days” said Keskar One way to kill rats involves poisoning their burrows but the more popular method is to blind the rodent with a flashlight and then stab it with a metal-tipped pole In an effort to extend the initiative the BMC is also inviting volunteers from general In an effort to extend the initiative the BMC is also inviting volunteers from general public “If people wish to volunteer to kill rodents in their neighbourhood we are happy to provide them with training” said Keskar Apart from damaging footpaths buildings and other properties by burrowing eating through telephone lines rats also pose a serious health hazard as they are one of the carriers of the leptospirosis bacteria The BMC’s insecticide department killed 279 lakh rats in 2014 and 331 lakh the year before For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News BA LLB, 2017 5:18 pm It is being said that The Kapil Sharma Show will get a complete make-over." 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as well as making it to the semi-finals,and is ending in a heap of unfulfilled expectations. carefully choreographing the interplay between them and their alternation? comfortable on the ball. download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by ANI | London | Published: April 2, The match between India and England can be streamed live on Hotstar. – Click on the link Indian Certificate for Secondary Education Class 10 results 2017 or ISC Indian School Certificate Class 12 results 2017. Speaking before the meeting, The issue which revisiting partition brings to the fore is full of contemporary relevance. who has featured in 26 ODIs and eight T20Is.

Breeding activity of sea turtles have been observed on the coast near Mithapur and the area has been declared off-limits for civilians by the Marine National Park, According to details,Written by Express News Service | Pune | Published: October 9England in the one-day series,New Chandigarh?” he added. I don? 2017 RT if you loved her performance ? @ShraddhaKapoor #ShraddhaKapoor pictwittercom/Gbqdefb2wQ — Shraddha Kapoor FC (@ShraddhaAdorers) April 14 2017 Probably the most special moment for us & @ShraddhaKapoor Shakti sir cheering for shraddha pictwittercom/IuK4MqijNE — Shraddha Kapoor 24×7 (@ShraddhaKNet) April 14 2017 [Video] Our Girl’s magical performance on #TheHummaSong at the #IPL opening ceremony at Eden [email protected] pictwittercom/h4mgm8rsSm — Shraddha Kapoor FC (@ShraddhaKGalaxy) April 14 2017 Meanwhile Shraddha Kapoor is all set for her next release Half Girlfriend co-starring Arjun Kapoor The trailer has got mixed reviews from the viewers The film is slated for a May 19 release this year Talking about her film the actor told indianexpresscom “I think the status of half girlfriend half boyfriend is existent I have seen a lot of my female friends say ‘I like him but I don’t want to commit fully’” Also Read:The Kapil Sharma Show is no longer among television’s top 10 Nach Baliye 8 climbs up the charts “Now the youth wants to discover the other person before deciding that he or she is the right one They want to spend time and they want to meet other people too to see what’s best for them That is an evolution of the society all across the world Due to digital technology the dating concept has evolved a little bit in India Today people go on dates there is an availability to socialise beyond college and school situations And even parents have also evolved” added Shraddha For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | Chennai | Published: August 19 2017 6:53 pm Antony L Ruben’s upcoming movie Vivegamwill release on August 24 Related News Film editor Antony L Ruben said upcoming spy thriller Vivegam will be on par with SS Rajamouli’s mega-blockbuster Baahubali in terms of visuals The movie directed by Siva stars Ajith Vivek Oberoi Kajal Aggarwal and Akshara Haasan Antony LRuben said the technicians who worked on the film have delivered world-class results “I can proudly say that Vivegam will be on par with Baahubali regarding the technical aspects and grandeur Another reason to feel proud is that we didn’t outsource CGIand VFX technicians from other states or country All our technicians are from Chennai and they have delivered world-class output” Ruben said The film editor said it was satisfying to work on Vivegam which was his most challenging film till date Ruben 30 said Vivegam was quite exhaustive because of the multiple layers in the screenplay written by Siva “I feel relaxed now because it is very satisfying after accomplishing such an enormous task Vivegam is the most challenging film I have ever done I have worked for almost thirty films till date but the effort and time I had put in for this movie is equal to none Vivegam marks Antony L Ruben’s second consecutive association with Siva and Ajith after their successful previous outing Vedalam” Ruben said Vivegam will be a treat for Ajith’s fans and the movie will be more enjoyable than Vedalam “For the family audiences there is a poetic love track The husband and wife characters essayed by Ajith sir and Kajal will strike a chord with the public And there are stunts with no violence Technically it is a wholesome entertainer with aninternational standard” said Ruben Vivegam will release on August 24 He is also simultaneously working on director Atlee’s Mersal which will see actor Vijay play three characters Samantha Kajal Aggarwal and Nithya Menen play the female leads in the movie “It’s a classy film with an excellent social message To work with AR Rahman sir is a great moment and I am pleased about it Vijay sir is a person who never takes success to his head and is full of enthusiasm One of the three characters played by Vijay sir is going to be the kids’ favorite” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: March 1 2017 5:57 pm Vicky Kaushal is currently busy shooting Rajkumar Hirani’s directorial Sanjay Dutt’s biopic Top News He played a simpleton in Masaan a singer in Zubaan and a drug-addict and policeman in Raman Raghav 20 Vicky Kaushal has given critics and audiences enough reason to call him a versatile actorand says it helps him that he is not judgmental about the characters he gets to play In his last release Raman Raghav 20 Vicky played a dark character named Raghav Singh Asked about how he justifies factors like drug abuse and violence in a character Vicky told IANS: “As an actor I am not judgmental about any character From a person who is a murderer to a person who is doing social service — everybody justifies their action with a reason (based on their individual need)” “As an actor I will not be able to perform if I judge them as an individual The first job of an actor is to believe in the actions of the character rather than judging them as right or wrong Otherwise we would not be able to make the character believable on screen” More from the world of Entertainment: No wonder then that he managed to make audience twitch and cry with his debut performance in Masaan as Deepak a boy from ‘Dom’ community looking for a new life out of cremation ghat; and scared the audience in “Raman Raghav 20” His other film was Zubaan — which was supposed to be his debut film but was released after Masaan — and failed to make much of an impact His performance though was applauded Mulling over it Vicky said: “Well each film has its own destiny I do not analyse too much on the success and failure at this stage of my career because I have just started Acting is a practicing art and as a performer I should put my heart and soul while acting And the rest I believe in destiny” said the actor Also read|Here’s how Vicky Kaushal prepped for his Raman Raghav 20 drug addict role He is the son of Shyam Kaushal — one of Bollywood’s most celebrated action directors — but Vicky says neither had he discussed too much about films with his father nor did he visit film sets often as a child In fact he says he had gone to the set of Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai as a fan of Hrithik and ended up getting bored “Perhaps that’s why it was important for me to work as an assistant director to learn about the process of filmmaking interact and observe actors and many other factors that one should be aware of to be a part of a film” said Vicky who even assisted filmmaker Anurag Kashyap for the two-part Gangs of Wasseypur series As a child Vicky says he was quite active in performing arts in school and college and loved watching all the Govinda films “I loved him as an actor He is such an entertainer” said Vicky who on the contrary has acted only in what many slot as offbeat films Also read|Ranbir Kapoor’s image as Sanjay Dutt leaked and it will take you back to the 90s See pics “I am here to entertain people as an actorso I will explore all kind of roles” he said After finishing the shooting of debutant director Anand Tiwari’s Love Per Sq Ft Vicky is currently busy shooting Rajkumar Hirani’s directorial project which is a biopic of Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Garima Mishra | Pune | Published: February 22 2017 1:46 am Indukrishna Nalavade after casting her vote Top News Unlike many octogenarians and nonagenarians who are often photographed on their way to polling booths carried by family members 103-year-old Indukrishna Nalavade walked up to the polling booth on Tuesday without any assistance to cast her vote “Nobody forced me to come here it was my decision For many decades I have never missed voting during an election In fact irrespective of age every adult should step out and vote ‘Aamhi naahi karnaar tari kon karnaar’ (If we will not do it who will do it)” says Nalavade who will turn 104 in November Nalavade a resident of Bibwewadi Ward says that while she usually votes in the morning this year she didn’t have the time to do so and went to cast her vote at 430 pm Watch What Else Is Making News: For the last seven decades she has been running a small flower and prasad stall outside the Kasba Ganpati Temple in Kasba Peth “Today I decided to visit the stall in the morning After 330 pm I asked my grandson-in-law to take care of the stall so that I could go vote My great-granddaughter also accompanied me” says Nalavade Nalavade’s husband who worked in Mumbai as a worker in a godown died in the early 1940s leaving behind a widow with two daughters “I had to bring up my daughters In the beginning I used to run a vegetable stall But after 3-4 years I started a flower shop outside the temple Due to the blessings of Ganpati Bappa the shop started doing well and it helped me raise my daughters” says Nalavade who travels from Bibwewadi to Kasba Peth every day by bus to run her stall that offers puja-related items like flower garlands incense sticks camphor betel leaves and prasad among others Both of Nalavade’s daughters passed away a few years ago; she stays with her granddaughter Kadam and her great-grandchildren For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsThe chaos surroundingthe delay in releasing the results of over 4 lakh Mumbai University students is far from over Firstpost accessed the minutes of the 28 April meeting of the Management Council which showed that three out of four representatives had opposed Vice-Chancellor Sanjay Deshmukh’s idea of introducing online evaluation system for every stream at the same time Instead the representatives — Joint Secretary Siddharth Kharat Director of Higher Education Rohidas Kale and Director of Technical Education Subhash Mahajan — while agreeing to the idea in spirit had advised Deshmukh to implement the plan in a phased manner The vice-chancellor is the fourth member of the council The Management Council should have 22 members including two permanent invitees However it has only four members as of now However confident that the system can be implemented across various streams offered by the university Deshmukh overruled the suggestion of the representatives To bolster his argument the vice-chancellor added that the online assessment system was successfully being used in evaluating papers in technical courses The 28 April meeting also decided the terms of the contract which was awarded to MeritTrac a Mumbai-based assessment and testing solutions company for a period of three years As per the contract the company would be paid Rs 2350 for evaluating each paper But after the vice-chancellor missed the 31 July deadline given by Governor C Vidyasagar Rao the knives were out for Deshmukh Mumbai University vice-chancellor Sanjay Deshmukh Image courtesy: muacin A senior official told Firstpost " We feel that enough time was given to Deshmukh During a 28 April meeting too we had opposed the move to implement in a hurry We brought this issue to his notice in June too yet no corrective measures were taken We are serious about our students’ future but the vice-chancellor is enjoying his foreign tour without the Chancellor’s permission" After missing his 31 July deadline Rao who is also the Chancellor of Mumbai University issued a show cause notice to Deshmukh over his failure to release the results of over 477 lakh students It was for the first time Mumbai University’s 150 year history that a vice-chancellor had received such a flak But the show causenotice seemed to have had no effect over Deshmukh as more than 60000 students are yet to receive their results Deshmukh held his first meeting with the chancellor and other senior officials on 4 July However senior officials said that even during the meeting he failed toshow any intent of speeding the evaluation process The vice-chancellor also violated Section 11 (14) and 89 of the Maharashtra Public Universities Act as he did not submit a report to the chancellor stating his failure to 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I am happy to know that the funds are utilised properly.” he said. Dean Mascarenhas and Shruptha Padival claimed the honours in INRC 3, It gives much-needed protection to children. did not raise any slogan against Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh or Ram Gopal Yadav. I’m not saying I want out, Kejriwal has been the attacked the most. (Source: AP) Related News Honda’s last home Japanese Grand Prix as McLaren’s engine partners ended without a point for the third year in a row on Sunday. We have not even thought about it. which replays showed?

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