While Mishra refused to divulge further details.
“An amazing amount of goals,cn. Also, “But man, won the best-of-seven championship series 4-2.portable toilets, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: August 1, should be filed against Narendra Modi and all others who were involved in the convening and holding of the said meeting.." the EC order said It also said that all the TV channels and other electronic media which carried the proceedings of the meeting and displayed the election matter should also be proceeded against under Section 126 (l) (b) "by filing separate complaints/FlRs against those channels" The panel had sought compliance by 6 pm According to the section 126 (1) (a) and (b) there is a prohibition of public meetings during period of 48 hours ending with hour fixed for conclusion of poll PTIS.” Williams said in a courtside interview.
I’m totally all for it,space of time. will be aiming to do well keeping a long season in mind.inquiry into the incident and appealed to the people toexercise restraint and maintain peace and tranquillity,besidesasking the Tinsukia Deputy Commissioner to maintain law andorder Eleven persons including six women died and 20 othersseriously injured after the high voltage electric wire fell onthem as police opened fire to quell protestors vandalisingPengeree Police Station About 3000 protestors armed with matchets and caneshad yesterday pelted stones and broken glass windows of thepolice station demanding that the assailants of two personskilled three days ago be handed over to them for punishment As the mob turned violent the police had fired in theair and the bullets hit an overhead high tension electric wirecausing it to snap and fall on the demonstrators killing nineof them on the spot and two others in hospital Updated: January 9 2014 9:41 pm Related News Chinmay brahme When the quarterfinals of the Ranji Trophy get underwaynone of the top three wicket-takers this season will be in action Among batsmenonly four of the top ten run-getters of the season will feature in the knock-outs While this will some what take away from the excitementthere is also a more sobering undertone to the developement Some of the performers of the season Rishi Dhawan’s 49 wickets for Himachal Pradesh and Saurabh Tiwaris 854 runs in 14 innings for Jharkhand are likely to remain only on the statistics sheets come the end of the season Majority of the players mentioned will fit the bill of someone who will do well at the Ranji level for seasons to come but will not harbour too much of a hope of playing for the national side Dhawanwho is likely to finish as the highest wicket-taker in this editionhas been selected just once for the India A side Dhawan pitched in with the bat too (435 runs this season with five half-centuries)but that wasnt enough for Himachalwho have not made the quarters for five straight years Last seasonDhawan picked up 41 wickets and scored 551 runs but failed to make even the India A side In factDhawan hasnt even made the Challenger sides In comparisonStuart Binnypicked for the Indian ODI team to New Zealandhas an aggregate of 321 runs in nine innings and 11 wickets at 3718 in 11 innings Dhawan’s coach at Himachalformer Punjab batsmanRajdeep Kalsi says that the teams inability to make the knockouts often holds back Dhawan from being noticedwith critics saying that the big numbers were earned playing weaker teams The other figure that always finds a mention in this debate is Rajasthan’s Pankaj Singh The 28-year-old has 39 wickets this season to add to the 35 and 29 he picked up in the last two His ability to extract bounce and bowl well on even dead surfaces was instrumental in Rajasthan’s back-to-back triumphs a few years back StillPankaj Singh has played just one ODI for Indiaback in 2010 against Sri Lanka Speaking about batsmanDelhi’s Unmukt Chanddespite two lack-luster seasons seems to be a certainty for India Awhile his former U-19 India teammate Hanuma Vihari of Hyderabadwho is fifth on the highest run-getters list with 841 runs at 9344 will probably not have it that easy At least as long as a player’s visiblity depends on the performance of his team Chinmay is a senior correspondent based in Pune chinmaybrahme@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Rajeev Gowda | Updated: November 8 2014 8:18 am Modi’s belief may be that he can run the government more efficiently through bureaucrats Related News Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to finally expand his cabinet Commentators expect that only a lucky dozen will make it The ministry’s size will likely go up to less than 60 and more than 20 officially allowed slots will remain vacant The big news is that there may be a new defence minister which will come as a relief Modi seems to have turned the crucial defence and finance ministries into part-time jobs That could not have been what people expected when he promised “minimum government maximum governance” While pundits gush over the small size of the cabinet it is actually a recipe for governance failure In a small cabinet some ministers are overburdened For half a year this has been the case with crucial infrastructure departments A young minister of state Piyush Goyal oversees power coal and new and renewable energy at a time when working out policy frameworks just for the coal sector would overwhelm a more experienced minister At least Goyal’s portfolios are broadly related Nitin Gadkari juggles the unrelated and weighty portfolios of shipping road transport and rural development while Ravi Shankar Prasad oscillates between law and communications and information technology How a prime minister allocates responsibilities to his cabinet colleagues and in turn to junior ministers tells us something about his ability to delegate But if a quarter of cabinet slots are not even filled that tells us something else — that perhaps there is some truth in the rumours that all decision-making is centralised within the prime minister’s office (PMO) and that ministers do not really matter Not expanding the cabinet fully also signals that the prime minister does not think it important to groom youngsters for the future This is bound to demoralise MPs It is also a slap in the face to states like Rajasthan which elected 25 BJP MPs but found only one (and he faces rape charges) made a minister We would be justified in asking: Is there a talent shortage in the BJP parliamentary party Are there not enough BJP MPs with some minimal capability and credibility that they can be inducted into the ministry Cabinet positions are not the only ones that remain vacant A number of crucial appointments have not been made These include the lokpal the chief vigilance commissioner and the chief information commissioner The lack of attention to filling these slots on time is indicative of Modi’s attitude towards tackling corruption and about how little he cares for the right to information law A part of the problem arises from the fact that some of these appointments have to be cleared by a committee including the leader of the opposition — which the government has fought tooth-and-nail to deny to the Congress Another glaring case is that of the National Disaster Management Authority It currently has neither a chairman nor members at a time when the country continually faces nature’s wrath Modi’s belief may be that he can run the government more efficiently through bureaucrats He has already enhanced the power of secretaries by meeting with them directly and asking them to come up with policy ideas to share with him But as Modi has empowered sarkari bureaucrats he has simultaneously disempowered his ministers This is a bad development in our cabinet system of government Ministers now worry about whether their writ runs in their own bhavans They are crippled by the fear that the officers who are supposed to report to them are working out separate arrangements with the PMO Add these concerns to reports that ministers feel compelled to seek the PM or PMO’s stamp of approval for every move and measure This has ushered in a new kind of governance paralysis as Modi is often away on foreign- or election-related tours and even his extra-large PMO is unable to attend to every issue in a timely manner Other moves strike at the essence of our administrative apparatus One of the PM’s early diktats was to ban any officer who had served in key positions under the UPA from being given similar posts under the new NDA regime Such a move blatantly and illogically politicises the bureaucracy It needlessly taints those who served under the UPA when they were just doing their jobs Turning bureaucrats into “their” men and “our” men introduces partisan politics that will soon corrode our governmental structure Running a complex country that is going through several simultaneous transformations like India requires teamwork and a commitment to action rather than rhetoric What we have seen so far of the Modi sarkar is turning out to be the opposite Witness the casual announcement of the dismantling of the Planning Commission without a well-thought-out alternative to take its place This work style can only lead to one outcome — minimum governance — which India can ill afford The writer is a Congress Rajya Sabha MP For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News why? The baby,with matters of governance that should be rightfully and legitimately addressed by the elected government. said Garland police official Joe Harn. 2015 10:44 am FBI crime scene investigators document the area around two deceased gunmen and their vehicle outside the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, “That’s when I took the decision to direct ‘Yaan’.
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He spouts any old nonsense, says the story of Rani Mehra needs to be told in every language because every girl in an Indian household can relate to it.Kangana Ranaut played Rani in Queen a story of self-exploration The Kannada remake is titled Butterfly “When I watched ‘Queen’ I asked myself why I didn’t get such a role I’m glad I’m part of its Kannada remake The story of Rani unfortunately can be found in every Indian household It’s very sad that a lot of women go through such a phase in their lives” Parul told IANS The character of Rani and the need to tell her story to a larger audience convinced Parul to accept the offer “It’s a great character Just like Rani a lot of Indian women are vulnerable and they need such a story to motivate themselves; to rise against all odds and evolve in life “I’m sure even Kangana would have accepted the film because of the character and great story” she said Having begun shooting for the project last week Parul said she is on “cloud nine” “Being a part of this project gives me such a high Beyond the fact that the film was a huge hit and even won a National Award it was a milestone in Kangana’s career I’m positive it will be an equally important film in my career” she said Parul is aware of the comparison that will be drawn “It gives me the chills I have stopped watching the original I have started treating it as just another film Rani is very vulnerable but I’m a very confident person I need to play the part with a sense of insecurity It’s not going to be easy” she said Instead of relying on the original Parul said she will understand the character to the best of her ability and perform to the best of her ability The project is being directed by Ramesh Aravind and Parul believes there can’t be a more “sensible” director to take over the reins “Even though it’s a commercial film; it’s a difficult movie to direct Ramesh sir has the sensibility to do justice to the film” she said adding that the shoot will take place in Bengaluru and London The film also stars Amy Jackson and she will play Lisa Haydon’s part For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Updated: March 30 2017 1:00 am Top News A Bengali filmmaker on Wednesday accused the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) of delaying the issuance of a certificate to his ‘Shunyota’ (Emptiness) which deals with the subject of demonetisation stalling its release The Kolkata office of CBFC has referred the film to its chairperson Pahlaj Nihalani for clearance “The Examining Committee has examined the film on March 27 Since there are differences of opinion among the members of the committee regarding certificate the case is being referred as per the Certification rules to the Chairman CBFC for his decision in this regard” a letter from the CBFC regional office told the film’s producers Director Suvendu Ghosh has claimed that members of the local CBFC could not give proper reasons as to why the movie was sent to the chairperson and that he has not received any communication from Nihalani regarding his film due to which it would not be released as scheduled on Friday “The plot of the film revolves around three stories which show how people were affected by demonetisation The movie shows the good side as well as the bad side of the decision We had applied for film certification to the Kolkata office of CBFC as it is a regional film on March 16 and the screening was on March 27 After the screening the examining committee members said they could not decide the category of the movie and will send it to CBFC Chairperson Pahlaj Nihalani for clearance” Ghosh said at a news conference “Since then we have not received any communication from the chairperson” ‘Shunyota’ is made with a budget of Rs 35 lakh For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Pragya Kaushika | New Delhi | Published: April 10 2017 3:59 am Related News With the politics over waste dumped on Delhi roads during safai karamchari strikes picking up steam in the MCD poll campaign the BJP has come up with a “two-tier” plan to ensure the city is clean if they come to power “Now we have corporations safai karamcharis who pick up waste from dhalaos and in many places tipper dump trucks are used to collect waste from houses We will not jeopardise the jobs of the safai karamcharis but will involve private players to pick up waste as well” said a senior leader The BJP in its manifesto also proposed to buy compactors “Compactors get the work without much spill-over It compresses waste and dumps all of it in garbage trucks” added the leader Admitting the need to address waste management in a better way BJP leaders however claimed that they have done more work regarding this than the previous Congress regime “We have increased the capacity of three waste management plants and landfill sites are managed We have started a garbage green waste disposal plant We are making efforts to get more land for the same However the exercise takes time The issue of cleanliness is our prime agenda set up by none other than PM himself” said a senior leader The AAP and Congress have been targetting the BJP over safai karamchari strikes due to which the east Delhi roads had turned into a garbage dump For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: July 21 2017 3:51 pm Ayushmann Khurrana starrer Bareilly Ki Barfi is releasing on August 18 2017 Related News Actor Ayushmann Khurana who is all geared up for the release of his upcoming film Bareilly Ki Barfi says that it is very much like a Woody Allen film “The trailer of Bareilly Ki Barfi is very quirky I feel this film has all quirks of typical Hrishikesh Mukherjee or Sai Paranjape’s school of cinema It’s a very Woody Allen kind of film in a way So I think it’s very quirky very different and I am glad that trailer of the film is getting great response” said Ayushmann at the launch of 10th Oppo Times Fresh Face Contest on Thursday in Mumbai Ayushmann is a man who has proved his talent in different art forms be it singing acting hosting modelling or writing The actor says that its good to evolve over the years “I have been writing a lot of column these days I have been writing poetry and lyrics for my songs I feel its good to evolve over the years It’s good to discover new talent and think about other avenues for yourself because I feel life is all about learning “But my personal opinion would be that you just need one talent to survive a lifetime You don’t really have to be multi-talented person If you focus on just one in your life then I feel it’s enough” said the Vicky Donor actor Ayshmann’s Bareilly Ki Barfi is releasing on August 18 and trailer of the film was released on Wednesday Bareilly Ki Barfi is an Indian adaptation of Nicolas Barreau’s book The Ingredients of Love For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | London | Updated: July 13 2017 2:33 am Novak Djokovic (Source: AP) Related News Novak Djokovic had been struggling his elbow injury for over a year and a half and was in pain since the beginning of Wimbledon 2017 The three-time champion in London revealed that after he retired from the quarter-final against Tomas Berdych on Wednesday which ended his quest for a fourth title at Wimbledon The Serb retired after an elbow injury during the match in which he had lost the opening set and was down a break before deciding to quit He took a timeout after the first set which had gone in a tiebreak He called it off with the match score of 6-7 0-2 “The intensity and the level of pain was not decreasing It was only increasing as the days went by” he said “Unfortunately today was the worst day It’s unfortunate that I had to finish Wimbledon a grand slam this way” he added “I mean if someone feels bad about it it’s me But you know I tried” Tuesday is meant to be a rest day for men at Wimbledon but Djokovic played his round of 16 match against Adrian Mannarino The match was shifted to Tuesday because of a marathon five-setter between Rafael Nadal and Gilles Muller which the latter won and Djokovic thinks that might me one of the reasons for his pain “Probably the fact that I played yesterday kind of days adding up as I’ve said before it wasn’t helping at all” he said 31-year-old Berdych will now play Roger Federer in the semi-final and will look repeat his quarter-final win over the Swiss from 2010 This was Berdych’s third win over Djokovic in 28 matches and first after 12 matches For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Alok Singh | New Delhi | Updated: September 21 2017 8:50 am Beware of the latest ATM fraud File/Express Photo by Praveen Khanna Top News Delhi Police Wednesday arrested a 27-year-old man for cheating ATM users by fixing a matchstick in the machine keypad The accused identified as Amir Khan was arrested from southeast Delhi’s Pul Prahladpur after a complaint was lodged against him at Sunlight Colony police station Confirming the arrest Rajesh Deo DCP (Crime Branch) said a team led by inspector Pankaj Arora was tasked with nabbing Khan “With the help of technical and human surveillance the team arrested him from southeast Delhi” Khan who had dropped out of school after Class IV is believed to be part of a gang that operates in the capital and has an unique modus operandi police said adding that the accused has disclosed the names of some of his acquaintances During questioning he told police that he fell into bad company when he was a teenager and started indulging in petty crimes “He learnt the new technique — to dupe people using old Central Bank of India ATMs — a few months ago” Deo said Elaborating on Khan’s modus operandi police said he would sharpen one end of a matchstick and fix it in the space between the keypad and the frame “Once a matchstick was fixed the keypad would become dysfunctional Following that the accused used to wait for people outside the ATM” a police officer privy to the details of the case said The moment a person would enter the ATM he would come and stand outside pretending to be in a hurry “The older ATMs generally ask for the PIN number in the initial step The moment a user inserts his or her card in the machine a window pops up on the screen asking if the user wants to continue in Hindi or English To answer that operating the keypad is not required” said the officer Once the language option is done with the ATM asks for the user’s PIN the officer said adding “When the user would try to press the keys to enter his or her PIN number it would not work” Meanwhile Khan would start knocking and soon enter the kiosk in a bid to help the user On seeing the transaction stuck the user would in frustration key in the PIN repeatedly in front of Khan who would memorise it The user would then in a while leave the kiosk believing that the machine is dysfunctional and Khan would leave with him police said Police said that Khan would then come back remove the matchstick with his nails and key in the PIN he memorised Police added that Khan never entered a large sum since he did not want to attract attention For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by PREETI DAS | Ahmedabad | Updated: July 7 2017 5:27 am Related News Ahead of a much-publicised rally to observe one year of the Una Dalit flogging incident leaders of Rashtriya Dalit Adhikar Manch especially Jignesh Mevani find themselves on a sticky wicket over his purported use of foul language and cuss words for women during a telephonic conversation with a man After the audio clip went viral on Thursday Mevani apologised for his remarks? went on floors on Baisakhi earlier this year and was wrapped up by June.d rather push myself to perform better than push other actors.
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While Mishra refused to divulge further details.