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and may yield to policies made in the national interest (P. Miley Cyrus’ ex-fiance broke the news to fans online on by sharing a photo of the new “couple” on Instagram. He consistently wrote on research activity at the Indian Institute of Information Technology and at the Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology. Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), We will discuss how to bowl at him (if he tries a similar approach again). but it is yet to overcome the illegal reclamation menace.Prabhat Kumar,People living in glass houses should not throw stones at others. Dikshit also played down the price rise as the reason for defeat with a counter-question that if there had been no increase in prices in BJP-ruled states A senior MLA alleged in the meeting that some party workers had supported Independents instead of working for party candidates Also a number of MLAs from North and East Delhi cited a lack of intensity during campaigningthe MLA said A few MLAs said the party lost because it could not educate people about corruption and misdeeds of BJP-ruled MCD They said the BJP was successful in highlighting national issues in the civic polls The government was blamed for not carrying out development works in unauthorised colonieswhich have provisional regularisation certificates Party leaders said residents of the unauthorised colonieswhich were traditional Congress strongholdsdid not support Congress For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Vadodara | Published: July 27 2013 3:42 am Related News As many as 39 villages were put on flood alert after authorities released one lakh cubic metre per second (cusec) water from Kadana dam situated on river Mahi in the Panchmahals district Alert was issued for villages situated in VadodaraPadra and Savli talukas in Vadodara district Villages situated on the bank of the Mahi river have been put on alert as a large volume of water was released from Kadana dam in the Panchmahals district?s another verdict passed then ?it seems that people utilise their services,?

I have lodged a report of the incident with Sector 3 police station. The placement between long-off and extra cover that followed was even better and the six off a half-volley was like meat and drink. we think that the leaders of China and India have an important consensus which is that China and India are both important developing countries and emerging economies,get to know her.His obnoxious attitude makes other X-Men members hate himbut cannot let him walk out knowing their secret identities The big-body mutant made his cinematic debut in GavinHood’s “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” He was played by KevinDurand who wore a fat-suit to get the look of the mutant inthe comic books Fans have to wait until “X-Men: Apocalypse” arrives in UStheaters on May 26 2016 to see the new version of Blob For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Rome | Published: December 4 2016 10:35 pm Lazio and Roma was interrupted by a mass brawl between the two sides (Source: Reuters) Top News A defensive blunder helped decide a heated Rome derby but many fans weren’t there to see it due to a protest Lazio’s Brazilian defender Wallace gifted the ball to Kevin Strootman who scored Roma’s opener midway through the second half and Radja Nainggolan then doubled the lead for a 2-0 win Sunday Roma’s celebrations were not as loud as usual because the club’s most ardent supporters stayed away from the match in protest at plexiglass security barriers introduced at the start of last season in their area Normally filled with supporters waving huge banners lighting flares and singing half of the “curva sud” – southern end – of the Stadio Olimpico was left empty “It’s ugly to see” said Strootman who scored with a delicate chip shot over Lazio goalkeeper Federico Marchetti “The fans who did come were very helpful to us and these were three very important points Hopefully the others will come to the next matches because we need our fans” The victory moved Roma back into second place four points behind Juventus which beat Atalanta 3-1 on Saturday AC Milan is level on points with Roma in third after coming from a goal down to beat visiting Crotone 2-1 In the next round Roma hosts Milan After Strootman’s goal and an extended celebration words appeared to be exchanged as Roma’s players walked back onto the pitch alongside Lazio’s bench Strootman appeared to toss water from a bottle at Lazio’s Danilo Cataldi who reacted by tugging the neck of Strootman’s shirt as the Netherlands midfielder walked away That prompted both benches to get involved leading to a general melee Cataldi who had been on the bench was red carded while Strootman was shown a yellow Ten minutes later Nainggolan scored with a long bouncing shot inside the near post that appeared to surprise Marchetti Roma has now won four straight in the “Derby della Capitale” series outscoring Lazio 10-2 Lazio’s last derby win came in the 2013 Italian Cup final while its last derby victory in Serie A came more than four years ago Neither side produced a clear chance in the first half of a match that was not pretty to watch “Since I’ve come to Roma I’ve never played in a beautiful derby” Strootman said “Neither squad wants to make a mistake “We didn’t have many chances but we won and got some important points” Strootman added Lazio is fifth four points behind Roma Francesco Totti Roma’s 40-year-old captain stayed on the bench AC MILAN 2 CROTONE 1 Gianluca Lapadula is getting quite comfortable in his new role as AC Milan’s center forward Filling in for the injured Carlos Bacca Lapadula earned a penalty and scored a late winner in a 2-1 win over visiting Crotone It was Lapadula’s fourth goal in four matches _ the first four of the Serie A career of a 26-year-old considered a late bloomer “Lapadula always plays with a lot of passion and that’s his strength” Milan coach Vincenzo Montella said “That was the type of goal that he scores He’s a real striker the type that I like who can provide guarantees over the course of a season” Diego Falcinelli had put Crotone ahead midway through the first half and Mario Pasalic equalized for Milan before the break With the score 1-1 M’Baye Niang had a penalty blocked by Crotone goalkeeper Alex Cordaz “It was a complicated match Compliments to Crotone” Montella said “It was a struggle to win but we really wanted it” Milan has lost just one of its last 12 matches Crotone is last with just six points from 15 matches Falcinelli’s goal his fifth of the season was facilitated by poor defense from Milan that allowed him to score from the center of the area uncontested Pasalic who is on loan from Chelsea scored his first goal in Serie A with a header following a corner Early in the second half Lapadula was fouled inside the area to set up Niang’s penalty but Cordaz dived in the right direction to make the save In the 86th Lapadula took advantage of a rebound following a free kick to win it Lapadula who scored 27 goals in 40 Serie B matches for Pescara before joining Milan recently earned his first call up to Italy’s national team He could become an even more integral member of the Rossoneri if Bacca departs as rumored in January Bacca was recently seen attending a match of his former club Sevilla adding to speculation over his possible departure OTHER MATCHES: In other matches it was: Pescara 1 Cagliari 1; Sampdoria 2 Torino 0; and Sassuolo 3 Empoli 0 Fiorentina was hosting Palermo later For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sandip G | Mohali | Updated: November 30 2016 10:26 am Chris Woakes has his neck protector dislodged from the helmet after fast bowler Mohammed Shami’s bouncer caught him flush on the ear guard (Source: AP) Top News A piece of Chris Woakes’s neck protector flew and dropped tattered on the crease The bowler Mohammed Shami and a few other Indian fielders looked alarmed The old timers among the sparse crowd must have suddenly transposed in time to the inaugural Test here when one of Courtney Walsh’s signature perfume balls disfigured the bridge of Manoj Prabhakar’s nose The worry was amiss for Woakes was not bleeding and was still on his feet Generally bowlers tend to restrain their aggression when the batsman is pinged on their helmet But not Shami The follow-up was an even meaner bouncer straighter and more direct It nipped a steadily branching partnership between Haseeb Hameed and Woakes Before we begin to detail how the bouncer and short-pitched bowling suddenly came into vogue in the remainder of the contest a digression about the strained chemistry between Indian seamers and bouncers Indians always were reluctant purveyors of it The first time an Indian bowler brought out a really effective bouncer was when Kapil Dev — it has to be him isn’t it —screamed one past a helmet-less Sadiq Mohammed on a bland strip in Faisalabad in 1978 According to opener Sunil Gavaskar it denoted a coming-of-age moment for Indian cricket He wrote: “The normally unflappable and quiet Syed Kirmani clapped with his gloves and screamed ‘Shabhash Aur ek (one more)’ To those of us in the Indian batting line-up who had only got used to facing a bombardment of short-pitched deliveries with only a pea-shooter to return the fire the sight of an opposing batsman asking for a protective helmet and then getting hit on it was not only one for sore eyes but also for cracked fingers and the badly bruised chests and thighs that we had suffered over the years” There is historical context to it as well Such was the lure of non-violence that Mohammad Nissar who CK Nayudu rated as faster than Harold Larwood in his early spells refused his captain Wasir Ali’s order to bounce at Vinoo Mankad in the Pentangular tournament in 1939 In the 70s Karsan Ghavri emerged as the first bumper -happy Indian who famously peppered Jeff Thomson with bumpers at the urging of captain Bishen Singh But strangely enough Kapil’s successors weren’t the finest exponents of the short ball They trusted the more conventional means of swing and seam and belatedly pace Not that they tried less — in Australia they over-did it only to see the batsmen pulling and hooking with disdain — but couldn’t nuance it Instances of Indian bowlers out-bouncing were far too few Bouncer burst The present crop of bowlers though think differently At least Shami and Umesh Yadav do So with the second new ball they revoked memories of Ishant in Lord’s relentlessly trampolining the balls Two of the last three England wickets fell that way The onslaught came unwarned for banging the ball of a lifeless strip seemed an exercise in futility The bouncer burst was just one of the several instances of Shami and Yadav opting for alternative ways when usual tactics didn’t work When conventional swing wasn’t forthcoming they strove moving the ball off the seam When reverse swing was hard-found they’d bring in the cutters and slower ones into play Or in Shami’s case he would procure reverse seam Whereas most bowlers would pitch the ball the furthest to extract late swing into the batsman Shami would land them on good length and break it back devilishly into the batsman It’s a skill he himself can’t explain “Jo hota hai wo hota hai” was his innocent answer when asked to explain the phenomenon on his Test debut when he left the West Indies batsmen dazed But the unrelenting accuracy it though is practised Speaking of accuracy it was a word missing from Yadav’s lexicon In the past he would bowl with plenty of heart and pace but without direction And whenever he laboured for precision his pace lagged But Yadav seems to have finally found the perfect mix which his numbers in this series would readily approve of His economy rate has been a stunningly low 323 He was thriftier against New Zealand (269) suggesting he has turned a new page in his career Numbers partially justify Shami—a haul of 10 wickets at 2550 denotes a bargain buy for an India seamer in India But he was grossly unlucky in the entire series as several catches were dropped off his bowling If indiscipline was Yadav’s bane it was a splintering body that was Shami’s curse But after his injury in Australia last year he has returned fitter and stronger The results are there to see The biggest compliment to India’s pace pair is that they have outdone English seamers Even though they were without Stuart Broad they seemed a better attack on paper what with Jimmy Anderson Ben Stokes and Chris Woakes And an even bigger compliment was Cook concurring it For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | New York | Published: September 10 2016 1:20 am Karoline Pliskova seeded 10th upset the top seed at US open 2016 Serena Williams 6-2 7-6 (5) (Source: AP) Top News The last time the two women’s finalists at this US Open Angelique Kerber of Germany and Karolina Pliskova of the Czech Republic played each other it really was no contest Pliskova dominated the higher-ranked and more-experienced Kerber not merely winning in straight sets but dropping only four games along the way Like Saturday’s matchup the one three weeks ago was played on a hard court Like Saturday there was a title at stake There are however some key differences including that the earlier one was at a run-of-the-mill event and the upcoming one is at a Grand Slam tournament And perhaps most significantly of all when it comes to the outcome this time when Kerber lost at Cincinnati in August she knew she had to win to make her debut at No 1 in the WTA rankings – whereas now she’s guaranteed of wresting the top spot from Serena Williams on Monday regardless of what happens in Arthur Ashe Stadium So while there is still a lot on the line of course – millions of dollars a major trophy – Kerber does not have to deal with the pressure of trying to ascend to No 1 She’s already assured of that “That was always a dream for me” the No 2-seeded Kerber said after beating Caroline Wozniacki 6-4 6-3 in the semifinals Thursday night when 10th-seeded Pliskova upset Williams 6-2 7-6 (5) “I was trying to not think too much the whole last few weeks about this and now I reach it So it’s something really special for me” All in all it’s been quite a special 2016 for Kerber This will be her third appearance in a Grand Slam title match: She beat Williams in the Australian Open final in January then lost to the American in the Wimbledon final in July Kerber has a tour-leading 53 match wins two titles and now three runs to major finals this season which accounts for her move up “She gets a lot of balls back She also knows how to change the pace She gets good angles And yeah she’s playing really well” said Wozniacki who spent 67 weeks atop the WTA finishing 2010 and 2011 at No 1 “You know it’s not a lot of people who have been No 1 It’s a huge thing She definitely has a target on her back now Everyone wants to beat the No 1 player in the world She’s going to enjoy it First she has a match here that she’s focused on” That comes against Pliskova who never had been past the third round in 17 previous major appearances but became only the fourth woman to beat both Williams sisters during one Grand Slam tournament “I hope I didn’t stop yet that there is still one more step to go I’ll do anything for getting the title” Pliskova said “Even if I don’t get it it’s a big result I’m really happy to be there and even have the chance to play in the final here” The match offers an intriguing contrast in styles As Venus and Serena Williams saw first-hand the 6-foot-1 Pliskova goes right at opponents with big flat groundstrokes and tough-to-handle serves She averaged 109 mph on her first serves Thursday – faster than the younger Williams known for the best serve in the women’s game – and leads the tour in aces this year The 5-foot-8 Kerber meanwhile is terrific at retrieving and counter-punching dropping down to a knee at times along the baseline to get balls back Her serve is a weakness: She was broken while serving for the match against Wozniacki for example and lost three service games in the first set alone of her quarterfinal against 2015 runner-up Roberta Vinci Kerber acknowledged that aspect of her game will be key on Saturday She also said she wants to try to control points more than she did the last time she faced Pliskova “I was just pushing too much the balls there” Kerber said “so I think I will change this a little bit Go for it being aggressive” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Sydney | Updated: November 4 2016 10:06 am The helmet worn by Australia’s Phillip Hughes came under the spotlight following his death (Source: Reuters) Top News The death of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes was a “tragic accident” and not a result of a failure to enforce the rules of the game or inadequate safety equipment the New South Wales (NSW) Coroner’s Court ruled on Friday Hughes was hit on the back of the neck by a rising delivery when playing for South Australia in a domestic match at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Nov 25 2014 He died two days later in a Sydney hospital After reviewing the circumstances surrounding the incident to determine whether the 25-year-old’s death could have been avoided NSW State Coroner Michael Barnes said he could find no evidence to support the view of Hughes’ family that he had died in a “very unsafe workplace” “The family’s grief at losing their much loved son and brother was exacerbated by their belief that unfair play had contributed to his death” said Barnes Diagram comparing the area of head protection offered by Australian and British standard helmet in cricket “It is hoped that they accept the compelling evidence that the rules were complied with Phillip was excelling at the crease as he so often did and that his death was a tragic accident” The helmet worn by Hughes came under the spotlight following his death though the NSW Coroner said the batsman’s injuries could not have been avoided by wearing different protective equipment Australia’s cricket board in May made it compulsory for players to wear helmets when facing fast and medium-paced bowling in line with recommendations from a review into the death of Hughes The family had been angered that Hughes had been subjected to threatening language from an opponent and had suffered a sustained spell of aggressive short-pitched bowling that contravened the rules of the game Barnes accepted Hughes had received a barrage of short-pitch blowing but all of which fell within the rules of the game The court said it was unable to rule on whether Hughes had been subjected to threatening language though Barnes said it was implausible that no “sledging” had occurred at all during the day “Hopefully the focus on this unsavoury aspect of the incident may cause those who claim to love the game to reflect upon whether the practice of sledging is worthy of its participants” said Barnes “An outsider is left to wonder why such a beautiful game would need such an ugly underside” James Sutherland – head of Australia’s cricket governing body – agreed with the coroner’s sentiment about how the game should be played but said current regulations were sufficient “If it has become a problem then I would say the umpires are not doing their job” said Sutherland “It is very clear in the relevant codes of behaviour whether we’re talking about the Cricket Australia code or the international code as to what constitutes behaviour that crosses the line whether that’s audible obscenities whether that’s verbal or threatening – verbal abuse or threatening behaviour” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: February 5 2017 5:15 pm Mark Hughes said that there isn’t too much of a bad blood between him and West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Pulis (Source: Reuters) Top News Stoke City boss Mark Hughes believes West Bromwich Albion counterpart Tony Pulis showed him lack of respect by failing to offer a handshake following the Baggies’ 1-0 win on Saturday Relationship has soured between the managers after it was revealed that striker Saido Berahino whom Stoke bought from West Brom in January had served an eight-week suspension for an alleged “FA disciplinary matter” “I was there for quite some time and didn’t leave the pitch area There was no handshake at the beginning of the game either” Hughes told Sky Sports “I always think as a visiting manager I am a guest of their club then they should be a gesture I don’t think so (any bad blood) Not to any great extent It has been a difficult week for everyone connected to the situation “It is important for us as a club and for Saido to get on with what we have to do and continue to work hard to get Saido back to the level he is capable of and the only way to do that is to get him back playing games” Pulis however played down the incident “I shook hands with Eddie (Niedzwiecki Stoke first-team coach) and Mark was walking away towards their supporters so that was that” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: February 15 2016 4:08 pm Chull Zaroori tha: Bollywood has been successfully giving a twist to popular rock or pop singles and album songs for decades Related News The charming looks of Sidharth Malhotra and Fawad Khan can’t be ignored while watching the ups and downs of the Kapoor family in the recently unveiled trailer of “Kapoor & Sons” But it’s also the upbeat 2014 hit party track “Chull” that keeps the viewers hooked to it Not just this track alone Bollywood has been successfully giving a twist to popular rock or pop singles and album songs for decades If reworking on classic Bollywood songs has become the hot favourite among some of the Bollywood composers digging into the past and picking out Hindi singles or songs from albums for movies is catching up too Here’s a list of some of the hit non-film tracks that have made it to the big screen too: ‘Chull’ is back as “Kar gayi chull” as a part of the sound-track of “Kapoor & Sons” * “Chull”: Sony Music India presented the song by Fazilpuria and Badshah two years ago It immediately became a party anthem and a favourite on radio stations Now it’s back as “Kar gayi chull” as a part of the sound-track of “Kapoor & Sons” set for March 18 release Though the full version of the song is yet to be unveiled one can hear “Sunny sunny” hitmaker Neha Kakkar adding sensuality to the track that has retained the original duo * “Tamil fever”: Originally released in 2014 for Sony Project Resound the song voiced by Benny Dayal has a strong presence of DJ Nucleya Yes he features in the song’s video but it’s his south Indian street and energetic bass music that leaves no room for guesswork Composed by the popular DJ the dance number is set to return to car stereos and clubs with a touch of hip hop thanks to Badshah The “reworked version” has made it to the sound-track of “Kapoor & Sons” A few more days to go and party lovers will get to know how the new version sounds like ‘Gud naal ishq mitha’ song has featured in Sunny Deol-starrer “I Love NY” * “Gud naal ishq mitha”: Actress-producer Malaika Arora Khan’s red towering heels are the first thing that pops up in mind when one hears the 1990s Bally Sagoo song and thinks of its video Till now a lot of people regardless of age must have mastered its popular hand-steps that match the energetic beats of the song Fast forward to 2015 the song has featured in Sunny Deol-starrer “I Love NY” It went through a major change Not only the lyrics got modified and Malkit Singh’s voice replaced by Tochi Raina but the genre in trend – rap – was also fused to the Punjabi number ‘Zaroori tha’ got a “new life” as a Bollywood song when Mohit Suri decided to use it in his last year’s directorial “Hamari Adhuri Kahani” — a tale of longing loss and love * “Zaroori tha”: The heartbreaking song with a distinctive tootle-too sound of a flute in Pakistani qawwali maestro Rahat Fateh Ali Khan’s voice sounded powerful yet painful when it released in 2014 as a part of his album “Back 2 Love” It got a “new life” as a Bollywood song when Mohit Suri decided to use it in his last year’s directorial “Hamari Adhuri Kahani” — a tale of longing loss and love * “Deewana tera”: The feel-good 1999 pop song crooned by Sonu Nigam for his album “Deewana” was recreated by Meet Bros Anjjan for “Ek Paheli Leela” The modified version for the 2015 film was given a new title too — “Main hoon deewana tera” From a song that couples would probably still love — to hold each other and dance to — it got majorly transformed into a club number Nigam’s voice was also replaced by Arijit Singh one of the sought-after singers of Bollywood today The catchy track “Saturday Saturday” got revived in 2014 with additional vocals of Akriti Kakkar for Varun Dhawan- and Alia Bhatt-starrer “Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania” * “Saturday Saturday”: It was back in 2012 when Indeep Bakshi and Badshah joined hands for the party number but the song can still make people including those with two left feet hit the dance floor The catchy track got revived in 2014 with additional vocals of Akriti Kakkar for Varun Dhawan- and Alia Bhatt-starrer “Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania” * “Bheegi yaadein”: The rock song from 2004 album “Jal Pari” — Pakistani singer Atif Aslam’s first solo album after he left the Pakistani band Jal — was given a Bollywood twist in 2005 in the form of “Woh lamhe woh baatein” Atif’s soothing voice was intact in the song used in the film “Zeher” but it did away with rock music elements The band also has its own version of the song For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Buenos Aires | Published: August 2 2016 9:49 am Edgardo Bauza steered Brazilian club Sao Paulo to the semi-finals of South America’s top club competition in July (Source: AP File) Top News Argentina still reeling from the shock resignations of captain Lionel Messi and coach Gerardo Martino have chosen Edgardo Bauza as their new coach the Argentine FA said on Monday Bauza guided LDU Quito (2008) and San Lorenzo (2014) to Copa Libertadores success and steered Brazilian club Sao Paulo to the semi-finals of South America’s top club competition last month With 2018 World Cup qualifiers at home to Uruguay and away to Venezuela coming up next month the 58-year-old is expected make convincing Messi to go back on his decision to quit international soccer his first task “Bauza is (the man chosen as) coach of the national team” interim AFA chief Armando Perez told a brief news conference in Buenos Aires “He’s coming to Argentina on Friday (to sign)” added Perez who heads the ‘Regularisation Committee’ put in place by world body FIFA last month to administer the AFA and organise elections by mid 2017 “We know there are a lot of problems to deal with at the AFA … but first we had to resolve the matter of the coach” Bauza expected to sign until Russia 2018 has little time to decide on his squad for the September qualifiers The 10-nation South American group is tight with Argentina in third place with 11 points from six matches two points behind leading pair Uruguay and Ecuador and one ahead of Chile and Colombia with Brazil and Paraguay a point further back The top four teams after 18 matches go through to the Russia finals while the fifth-placed team goes into an intercontinental playoff for one more berth Had the timing been better Argentina would probably have gone for a higher profile coach like Atletico Madrid’s Diego Simeone or former Chile trainer Jorge Sampaoli But the pair as well as Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino are tied to their present jobs by buyout clauses the cash-strapped AFA has no means of paying Former central defender Bauza comes highly recommended and has built a reputation as one of the top coaches in South America The AFA has been harshly criticized for its performance since the 2014 death of Julio Grondona who had ruled it since 1979 and has been held partially to blame for the resignations of Messi and Martino For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News after muscle injuries to right back Daryl Janmaat and center midfielder Valon Behrami.” a source told IANS.” Taapsee said in a statement. download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Chennai | Published: May 27,enacted into law three years ago. manpower.

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