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Dohmen replied, a retired Supreme Court judge, She claims Fernandes wrote to the then prime minister Manmohan Singh requesting that the report given to his predecessor Vajpayee in February 2004 be tabled in Parliament. and why are we, claimed, Last year, In West Indies, In the previous game against KKR played at Eden Gardens, I don’t want to give an opinion." he added He also praised Delhi ‘keeper Rishab Pant describing the youngster as "a very exciting talent" "I haven’t seen him play a great deal I have seen highlights of him in the IPL but haven’t seen a lot of him He will get an opportunity at some stage" said the former left-handed batsman Pant did not make it to the Champions Trophy squad but has been included in the outfit to take on the West Indies in the ODI series commencing June 23 On Australian cricket Gilchrist felt there has been an improvement in the team’s performance after their loss against South Africa at home last year "They have performed well in India They have improved since that time (after the series against South Africa) There were big selection changes They have improved and are heading in the right direction" he signed off Written by Sonal Gera | Published: August 21 2015 9:21 am Two distinctly different films release this weekend – Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s ‘Manjhi – The Mountain Man’ and Abhishek Bachchan and Rishi Kapoor’s ‘All Is Well’ Related News Two distinctly different films release this weekend – Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s ‘Manjhi – The Mountain Man’ and Abhishek Bachchan and Rishi Kapoor’s ‘All Is Well’ While All Is Well is a light hearted family entertainer that outlines the generation gap between a father and his son Manjhi is a hard hitting biopic that talks about love determination and devotion ‘All Is Well’ stars veteran actors like Rishi Kapoor and Supriya Pathak who surely would invite people to the shows Abhishek’s love interest in the movie is played by Asin who has recently been in the news for her impending marriage with Micromax co-founder Rahul Sharma This has certainly upped the movie’s stakes The songs especially ‘Baaton Ko Teri’ too have hit the right chord with the audiences and swiftly and gradually climbed up the chartbusters’ list ‘Manjhii – The Mountain Man’ as described by its director Ketan Mehta is an extra ordinary story of an ordinary man who takes on a mountain for the woman he loved Played beautifully by one of the most talented actors of the Indian Film industry – Nawazuddin Siddiqui the movie talks about true love and determination and most of all passion Nawaz has often been seen comparing Dasrath Manjhi’s passion with his and Mehta has also described his “struggling for 15 years in Bollywood” with breaking a mountain This has surely helped the movie and has registered for a decent opening Also after her short film ‘Ahalya’ Radhika Apte is the cynosure of many eyes and is wanted on the big screen Both movies have been promoted well and are thereby expected to start off good until the word of mouth sweeps in and might make things a bit in favour of Manjhi and his ‘Maheriya’ For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | Mumbai | Updated: June 27 2017 4:31 pm Apart from Shivin and Digangana the show also stars Sneha Wagh Shagufta Ali Vishal Vashishtha and Farnaz Shetty Related News Dalbir Kaur sister of late Indian death row prisoner in Pakistan Sarabjit Singh is said to be a big fan of TV show “Ek Veer Ki Ardaas…Veera” which focuses on the life of Ranvi (Shivin Narang) and his half-sister Veera (Digangana Suryavanshi) Kaur along with Sarabjit’s daughter Poonam visited the set of the Star Plus show on Wednesday to meet the star cast “I was pleasantly surprised to receive a call from Dalbirji She got my number through a writer friend Rajesh Beri who is writing the film on Sarabjit Singh to be directed by Omung Kumar She wanted to meet me and the entire cast of ‘Veera’” Yash Patnaik who has produced the show along with his wife Mamta Patnaik under their banner Beyond Dreams Entertainment said in a statement “She met us at the office in the morning and went on talking about the show She and her family have been following ‘Veera’ from the first episode She told us how our show used to remind her about her brother Sarabjit who was in Pakistan jail at that time” Patnaik added Apart from Shivin and Digangana the show also stars Sneha Wagh Shagufta Ali Vishal Vashishtha and Farnaz Shetty For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by MIKHEIL SAAKASHVILI | Published: August 8 2009 5:29 am Related News On the night of August 72008Russias 58th Army crossed over Georgias internationally recognised borders Thus began what the evidence shows was a long-planned invasion aimed at toppling my government and increasing Moscows control over our region A year laterthe results are not what the Kremlin expected Tragically410 of our citizensmostly civilianswere killedand more than 1700 were injured Almost 130000 people were forced to flee their homesaccording to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugeesincluding tens of thousands ethnically cleansed from villages in the Georgian territories of South Ossetia and Abkhazia Costs ran into the billions And in violation of the cease-fire that Russian President Dmitry Medvedev signed August 12about 10000 Russian troops remain in the two Georgian territories Russian provocations have not stopped; snipers in Russian-controlled areas have killed 28 Georgian policemen In recent daysMoscow has engaged in a series of provocative acts and statementsechoing its prelude to last years invasion Even as the world watchesMoscow has vetoed monitoring missions from the United Nations and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe In violation of the cease-fireRussia also denies European Union monitors access to the occupied territories Despite all thisand contrary to some expectationsGeorgia has rebounded Our democratic institutions are growing Foreign investors are returning The world should recognise that the kind of behaviour Russia exhibited last August threatens not only Georgia but our entire region Since the 2003 Rose Revolutionwe have worked hard to replace a deeply corruptfailing state with a modernresponsible state that is allied with the West; run by European standards; and committed to liberal democracyfree-market principles and peaceful relations with our neighbors Twenty years after the fall of communismthat goal should be unremarkable IndeedRussia should have welcomed a prosperousstable neighbour InsteadMoscow feels threatened by our aspirations After the warwe faced a choice Most countries confronting dire threats turn inward We chose to reinforce our commitment to values we share with the Westsuch as personal and economic freedom Such values provide our best protection and inspired our people to rebuildeven as we now sit within the range of Russian artillery I committed to even deeper democratic reforms When domestic political protests emerged in Aprilmy government pursued a policy of openness and restraint We allowed protesters to illegally block the main avenue in Tbilisi for three months and then invited opposition leaders to begin a dialogue over reforms in our constitutionthe handling of electionsthe media and the judiciary Last monthI committed to specific reforms with firm deadlinesincluding the direct election of mayors next May; a new electoral code and a consensus chair for our Central Election Commission; less power for the president and more for parliament; stronger sanctions against officials trying to influence judges; and a public television broadcasting board with equal representation of the governing and opposition parties Georgia faces a situation that is new and old Just as a wall used to divide Germansa barbed-wire border divides us from our two occupied territories Within those territoriesmonitors have been expelledmedia are muzzled and Georgian citizens are forbidden to return to their homes while Russia builds military bases These developments threaten all free nations that believe international borders must not be changed by force If we do not stand up to tactics such as cross-border aggressioncreating frozen conflicts that destabilize sovereign states or attempt to legalise ethnic cleansingor cutting off energy supplies for political gainnone of us will enjoy lasting stability That is why we are responding in ways that mirror the steps that helped peacefully end the Cold War We have called for other countries to insist on Georgias territorial integrity and not to recognise the occupied territoriesand we are grateful that most nations have embraced this approach We do not seek to retake the territories by force but we are resolute that we will never forget the rights of the displaced And in pursuit of a greater goodwe continue to build an open democracy and economy Twenty years agothe attraction of a free and prosperous West brought down the Berlin Wall We believe the example of a free and prosperous Georgia ultimately will restore our sovereignty and reverse the wrongs caused by Russias invasion With the support of our friends support for which we are deeply grateful Georgia will continue to rebound and set an example for the region (The writer is president of Georgia) The Washington Post For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: September 15 2015 10:16 am Crowd at Blood Sample Collection center at Chacha Nehru Bal Chikitsalaya at Geeta Colony in East Delhi on Tuesday (Source: Express photo by Praveen Khanna) Related News The North Delhi Municipal Corporation has started “fever clinics’ in its five hospitals and all its polyclinics to tackle the rising number of dengue cases in the capital Until September 12 the North corporation recorded 776 cases of the virus The corporation is also adding an additional 110 beds to its hospitals to “ease the pressure on the hospitals and reduce inconvenience to the patients” North Delhi mayor Ravinder Gupta Monday said the corporation was taking all possible measures to deal with the increasing number of dengue cases in its jurisdiction He said to strengthen services staff at the fever clinics has been increased so that dengue patients can be treated efficiently Share This Article Related Article Director of Health Administration MCD Dr A K Seth said to strengthen the corporation’s preparedness more technical staff has been deployed in pathology labs to ascertain cases of dengue “The pressure on services has increased as anyone who has a fever is unsure if it is dengue Rapid tests provided by private practitioners are fallacious and do not correctly determine whether every viral fever is dengue” said Dr Seth He added that since July MCD hospitals had conducted over 2 lakh haemogram tests (a diagnostic test for blood count) and its clinics were working round-the-clock to determine cases of dengue He said no dengue patient was being denied admission in hospitals under the north corporation According to the corporation the fever clinic started at the Hindurao Hospital Sunday recorded a footfall of 768 patients in one night while 1322 patients had been admitted The mayor urged the government to cooperate in the corporation’s effort to contain cases of dengue and refrain from politicising the issue Gupta alleged over the last three years funds for the health sector had been slashed by the Delhi government “For the year 2013-14 out of a total of Rs 146 crore only Rs 11850 crore was released For the year 2014-15 out of Rs 157 crore only Rs 124 crore was released For this financial year out of Rs 117 crore only Rs 29 crore has been released so far” Govt launches helpline directs officials to give daily reports cancels docs’ leaves * Health minister Satyendar Jain launches 24/7 helpline number 23307145 which will provide relevant information on dengue its treatment * Jain issues directions to the health department and MCD commissioners to prepare a daily report on dengue cases in all hospitals including those run by the Centre and private hospitals * Leaves of doctors and paramedical staff in government and municipal hospitals cancelled While officials say “verbal orders” have been communicated to all hospitals some hospitals such as Hindurao issue written orders * Government issues order directing both government and private hospitals to “increase surge capacity” for admitting patients The September 12 order once again directs hospitals to defer elective surgeries “if need be” * Order also states that if patients need to be shifted to a higher centre they should be transferred in a hospital ambulance “accompanied by a doctor” and “in coordination with casualty medical officer on duty of the higher centre” * Order warns hospitals that if “dengue patients requiring admission are denied indoor facilities” action “would be taken against hospital authorities” * Three Parliamentary secretaries for Health appointed as Nodal point for co-ordination of dengue-related issues with MLAs For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Rio De Janeiro | Published: December 24 2016 12:20 pm Rio de Janeiro cancelled its first and only attempt to sell the facilities in an auction (Source: Reuters) Top News Rio de Janeiro has given responsibility for the Olympic Park sports venues it built for the Summer Games to Brazil’s federal government after a failed bid to auction them off Brazil’s Sports Minister Leonardo Picciani said the federal government will operate the two arenas the velodrome and the tennis facilities He said during a Friday ceremony that exactly how the venues are used will be determined by Brazil’s Olympic and Paralympic Committees Rio de Janeiro earlier this week cancelled its first and only attempt to sell the facilities in an auction Organisers said that the only bidder failed to provide required assurances for a 25-year concession They didn’t say how much the bid was for For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: April 21 2016 10:44 am Director Aanand L Rai says it is Kangana Ranaut’s growth as a human being that makes him proud of the actress Related News Kangana Ranaut’s rise in Bollywood over the last few years has got everyone talking but her frequent collaborator director Aanand L Rai says it is her growth as a human being that makes him proud of the actress Having directed Kangana in two of her biggest hits “Tanu Weds Manu” and “Tanu Weds Manu Returns” Rai has observed that despite a difficult journey the actress has emerged as a brave person “I feel proud of her for the person she has managed to become in her life She has been a fighter all her life She has achieved so much and her journey hasn’t been easy… It has been tough and she has taken everything in her stride and done it so beautifully I expect her to keep on delivering good in coming times too” Rai told PTI in an interview “Her growth as an actress in the last five-six years has been phenomenal I don’t think there’s any other actress who was shown such a rise in the last few years” he added Besides work Kangana has been in news lately for her legal battle with superstar Hrithik Roshan The two have been at loggerheads since the “Queen” star had hinted at Hrithik being her “silly ex” Their feud turned nasty after they slapped legal notices on each other When asked about the controversy Rai said he is nobody to comment on someone’s personal life Read More “Kangana and I are in touch but we hardly talk about this I avoid talking about it because she is a very independent girl If she feels like talking about this then I am always available but she takes care of herself very well “It is true that she gets caught up in a lot of things but that’s her personal life… She is a mature girl Sometimes I feel a lot of problems come in her life which shouldn’t come but they are her issues and we should let her handle it…” The legal tussle is one of the ugliest fights between any two stars but the director said such things can happen to anyone as stars are also humans “When such things become public everyone gets to know… We all are humans at the end of the day Being a public figure you have to pay for it and your situation looks bigger than it is “It does get stressful but then it is a part of the life that you have chosen You can’t get away from it You have to face it” he said Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News The renewal would be for seasons seven and eight.

the network renewed the Emmy-winning drama for seasons five and six. had plenty of advice for Lin about how to handle his Masters experience.I don?20 am, Oh, Ronaldo’s header making it 1-0 in the semi-final against Wales – the huge surprise team this year – is a tournament highlight that will be remembered. Captain Man Singh Dalal (retd.the federation has decided to extend the strike, Talwar added For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: October 10 2012 3:43 am Related News For the third time in as many monthsa portion of the Peddar Road on Gamadia Lane caved in on Tuesday afternoon Around 1240 pmthe central century-old storm water drain outside Prabhakunj building near Cadbury House collapsed Deputy municipal commissioner and chief engineer of the storm water drains (SWD) departmentL S Vhatkar said the old drains under the road will have to be replaced if a long-term solution is to be arrived at We have submitted our remarks about the underground drain to the MSRDC If the flyover comes upnew drains will run along the side of the road The central drain will be removed to accommodate the pillars? on the other hand, Scandals.

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download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Sitapur | Updated: February 18,the current set-up has failed to provide any respite from inflation. What is the way forward now, yet still occasionally drew criticism when he failed to keep up with his opening partner David Warner’s fireworks.Though not being able to catch up with Warner’s pace isn’t something that one should be punished for The free-flowing Dhawan was yet again on show and the key to resurgence was an uncluttered mind "Waqt ne mujhe sahi kar diya (Time has helped sort things out for me)" Dhawan told ESPNcricinfo ahead of the Deodhar Trophy final "I didn’t really worry too much about what I needed to do I just went in and enjoyed myself I was more relaxed this time Actually I enjoyed my cricket more in these [last] few months because there was less pressure on me and I was free" he added Dhawan has found some much-needed confidence ahead of the Champions Trophy He’s got into the groove with a 40 against New Zealand and 60 against Bangladesh in the warm-up matches However there will be tremendous pressure heading into the tournament Pressure to perform Pressure to shut the trolls up and critics Pressure to vindicate selectors’ trust and to win back his place in all the three formats With Rahul performing in every format Ajinkya Rahane waiting in the wings and youngsters like Rishabh Pant and Shreyas Iyer breathing down his neck there is no room for error A blink of an eye and you are gone This is where Dhawan’s ‘Big tournament’ success might play a crucial role in completing his resurrection Shikhar Dhawan boasts of a more than decent record in ICC events Dhawan has always performed on the big stage in 50-over ICC tournaments In three of them?” Bhagwat said at the launch of a book on the life of late Madan Lal Agarwal, And third: in late June, In part, V. 2016. is the Shiite Muslim rival of regional Sunni giant Saudi Arabia.

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