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hoping to calm days of bloodshed,who is also an accused in the EVM theft case registered with Mumbai Police, has revealed that Narahari started handling the Mumbai end of his uncle’s extortion racket around a year ago.

“If the BJP forms the government using such illegitimate methods and by spending hundreds of crores, was being constructed near the Parwanoo bypass. The Navsari police later released him and his friend Natu Rathod, Directed by Sabbir Khan, For all the latest Entertainment News,By: Express Web Desk | Updated: September 12 (Source: Reuters) England vs West Indies: England win by nine wickets.A superb bowling performance by James Anderson helped England win three-match Test series by a margin of 2-1 With match winning figures of 7/42 in the second innings Anderson was the tormentor in chief as West Indies were bowled out for 194 This allowed the visitors to secure a paltry lead of 107 which was comfortably chased down in 28 overs by England as they won the Test by nine wickets While England did survive a scare when they lost Alastair Cook early Mark Stoneman and Tom Westley forged a fifty-run partnership to guide England home Earlier West Indies were bowled out for 177 in their second innings This was after a fantastic spell of bowling by James Anderson in the opening hour rocked the visitors as they were always struggling as they continued to lose wickets at regular intervals Shai Hope was the only batsman who offered some amount of resistance Later on James Anderson came back once more to clean up the tail and finish the job for skipper Joe Root He ended the day with figures of 7/42 However the fielding has been a big letdown for the hosts Had it not been for the dropped chances West Indies might well have been fielding once again today TEAMS: England XI: Alastair Cook Mark Stoneman Tom Westley Joe Root (c) Dawid Malan Ben Stokes Jonny Bairstow (wk) Moeen Ali Toby Roland-Jones Stuart Broad James Anderson Windies XI: Kraigg Brathwaite Kieran Powell Kyle Hope Shai Hope Roston Chase Jermaine Blackwood Shane Dowrich (wk) Jason Holder (c) Kemar Roach Devendra Bishoo Shannon Gabriel For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt LtdBy: Express News Service | Panjim | Published: September 21 2017 5:03 am A few days ago MLA Nilesh Cabral had publicly pulled up the police for not conducting enough anti-drug searches Top News Goa CM Mahohar Parrikar has issued a note asking his MLAs to stop making public statements alleging a “nexus between drug peddlers and some police officials” The note was circulated to ruling MLAs and ministers Tuesday an MLA said The first criticism came from the Opposition which called the note a “censorship order” “Some of the MLAs are making public statements regarding availability of drugs and nexus between the drug peddlers and some police officials” Parrikar said in his note “Such public statements lead to dampening of the morale of the police force unwarranted sensationalism dent in the image of the state and does not help us in resolving the issue as criminals are made alert” A few days ago MLA Nilesh Cabral had publicly pulled up the police for not conducting enough anti-drug searches Before him it was Minister Vinod Palienkar and Deputy Speaker Michael Lobo who criticised the police for going soft on drug cartels For all the latest Goa News download Indian Express App More Top NewsLucknow: The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) Monday announced plans to convert 60 Muslim and Christian families to Hinduism in Rae Bareli Congress president Sonia Gandhi’s constituency The ‘ghar wapsi’ or homecoming as the VHP and allied groups call such programmes did not amount to communalism VHP’s Rae Bareli district unit chief Harish Chandra Sharma said Representational image PTI He said the families were ready for ‘ghar wapsi’ There was no allurement or coercion involved he added Sharma later told IANS that the to-be-converted-to-Hinduism would include both Muslims and Christians He said the Rae Bareli event would take place in January Rae Bareli a traditional Congress party stronghold is the latest place in Uttar Pradesh to be picked by Hindu rightwing groups to convert members of minority communities to Hinduism The organisers call these "ghar wapsi" implying the Muslims and Christians are merely returning to their original faith as their ancestors were Hindu to begin with Sharma blasted what he called "pseudo-secular" parties and politicians for giving the conversion programmes — which have rocked national parliament — a communal colour The VHP leader said his group plans to conduct "ghar wapsi" for about 100 families The Rae Bareli administration said the Uttar Pradesh government was clear that such events cannot be allowed "So far we are not aware of any such move In case something comes to our notice we will act" a district official told IANS The first of such mass conversions took place in Agra and the Bajrang Dal claimed responsibility There some 30 Muslim families living in a slum were reportedly made to sit through a fire ceremony and declared Hindus Some said later said they were unaware what the event was all about and that they agreed to go with the Bajrang Dal because they had been promised ration cards Similar events have been announced for Bulandshahr Varanasi — which Prime Minister Narendra Modi represents in the Lok Sabha — and Aligarh IANS By: Express Web Desk | Updated: June 29 2017 11:21 pm Sri Lanka’s Chamari Atapattu scored a brilliant 178 (Source: Reuters) Top News Sri Lanka’s Chamari Atapattu smashed the third-highest score in women’s ODIs – an unbeaten 178 against Australia and etched her name in history books Her innings on Friday was also the highest score by a Sri Lankan player (female) in ODI cricket Deservedly she was rewarded with the player of the match award In her blistering innings of 178 of 143 balls Atapattu hit 22 fours and six maximums She cut pulled and drove with panache However in her herculean effort she was the lone warrior as the other batsmen faltered around her The highest score after her was by Shashikala Siriwardene who hit a mere 24 Interestingly the number of runs scored by her was more than 50 percent of her total team’s score (257) Atapattu’s knock of 178 is third highest in Women’s ODI after 188 by Deepti Sharma (India) and 229 by Belinda Clark (Australia) Sadly her efforts went in vain as opponents Australia comfortably chased down the total In fact her innings was almost outshined by Aussie skipperMeg Lanning who came up with her own special innings as she notched up an unbeaten 152 of 135 balls Meanwhile after her heroic innings Atapattu said “Really happy with my performance My coach supported me a lot and to my teammates – thank you In the first 25 overs I was trying to score singles and then I tried to hit the boundaries Sanath Jayasuriya is my hero I played my natural game today For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Andrew Amsan | New Delhi | Updated: September 4 2017 10:49 am Nisar Ahmed with his parents Mohammad Haq and Shafikunisha at their home in a Delhi slum Express Top News This Eid 15-year-old Nisar Ahmed brought home a special gift On Saturday the sprinter bagged his second gold at the Delhi State Athletics meet On way to winning the sprint double — 100m and 200m — he clocked timings that were better than the national u-16 records The teen star also became the capital’s fastest since his 11s over 100m was 002s faster than the state men’s winner this year But Ahmed’s parents could not make it for the race or the medal ceremony Father Mohammad Haq was busy pedalling his rickshaw outside the stadium And mother Shafikunisha who got a rare break from her work as a domestic help was in the kitchen preparing a special Eid meal “We really want to see him run but for that we need to sacrifice a day’s income and that’s not something we can afford We know all about his races” says Haq known as Nanku among those who hire him to transport construction material to building sites Ahmed says that minutes after he held the first gold in his hand for his 2208s in 200m he just wanted to sprint home Later walking with his friends through the narrow lanes of the slum where he stays he tells everyone he meets: “Do national record tod diya ( I have broken two national records)” Ahmed had bettered the under-16 100m record set by M S Arun in 2013 by 001s and was 03s faster than Chandan Bauri in 200m the same year Ahmed lives in a tiny 10×10 feet room next to the railway tracks at Azadpur’s Bada Bagh slum A small slab in one corner of the room serves as a makeshift kitchen A tiny vent where a small cooler is mounted is the only source of ventilation for the room which Ahmed shares with his parents and an elder sister There is a TV in one corner and neatly arranged trophies including one for the 2015 School National Games where Ahmed was declared best athlete “This is where we live and we still harbour the dream of seeing our son make it big in athletics It’s been over one-and-a-half years since I borrowed Rs 28000 for my son’s athletics career It was to buy spikes sports gear and for his diet I haven’t been able to repay it” says Haq Ahmed’s father has developed sores on the sole of his right feet “It hurts a lot but I have no other option” says Haq pointing to his feet On an average Haq earns Rs 200 every day Shafikunisha washes utensils at a couple of houses in Ashok Vihar to supplement the family income “I cannot tell you how much joy it brings me to hear about my son’s achievements We have always backed him and will continue to do so irrespective of our condition What really hurts me is the fact that I can’t help my son maintain a healthy diet At best we can afford to buy some meat once a week for him If I had the money I would get him the nuts and fruits he requires to stay fit” says Shafikunisha her eyes filled with tears Shafikunisha understands little about her son’s sport but Ahmed keeps her up-to-date “They only show cricket on TV but there are videos on his mobile of him running I see him there” she says Ahmed took up athletics at the insistence of his physical education teacher Surrender Singh at the government school in Ashok Vihar where he studies “When I saw Ahmed running I knew he was a natural talent I asked him to give athletics a shot He didn’t even have any running shoes or track pants then” says Singh The coach took Ahmed to an inter-zonal event where he beat his competitors with ease A year later Ahmed started training with coach Sunita Rai at the Chhatrasal Stadium about a kilometre from his home These days he starts training at 5am and returns home for a quick meal After some rest he heads to school where they allow him to leave early so that he can to continue his training at the stadium “He is very dedicated and hardworking The amount of effort he puts into everything is something even I can’t do” says Haq before leaving to get drinking water for the family adding that at the community taps the slum-dwellers follow a token system Ahmed says athletics gives him solace “There are a lot of things that worry me but when I am training or running they stay out of my mind” he says So what’s his dream The answer is another question: “Who would want his mother to work at someone’s home” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: June 18 2017 4:53 pm Bank Chor is made on a modest budget of Rs 15 crore including – Rs 10 crore (cost and production) and Rs 5 crore (promotions and advertisement) Related News Bank Chor starring Riteish Deshmukh and Vivek Oberoi has collected Rs 306 crore in two days The film will have to do well on Sunday to reach a decent weekend collection Despite a different self-deprecating promotional strategy and an interesting pool of acting talent Bank Chor failed to pull the crowd to the theatres The film was released on 700 screens in India Bank Chor is made on a modest budget of Rs 15 crore including – Rs 10 crore (cost and production) and Rs 5 crore (promotions and advertisement) Trade analyst Taran Adarsh shared “#BankChor Fri 140 cr Sat 166 cr Total: 306 cr India biz” The team promoted the movie in their own unique way – starting out with making a spoof of the film’s trailer Riteish Deshmukh while promoting the film earlier spoke about online trolls and social media “Reaction to any kind of praise or negativity depends on yourself If you can block avoid it and just move on it won’t affect you Everyone has their own barometer of how they want to tackle their social media handles tweets and whatever they want to put on Facebook” Riteish told IANS #BankChor Fri 140 cr Sat 166 cr Total: 306 cr India biz — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) June 18 2017 “You get reactions from people depends on your opinion and personality People respond to you depends on if you are diplomatic pro-active or controversial” the actor added Riteish also spoke about Vivek Oberoi’s character “Vivek Oberoi plays a CBI officer in the film which gives an edge to the film There comes a time when you start asking whether this cop is trying to solve the investigation or complicate it Is he really a hero or villain that’s the edge” Riteish said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: January 10 2017 3:08 pm Shweta Tripathi is also doing a short series with Lisa Haydon called The Trip Top News Her maiden feature film Masaan made critics take note of her performance and actress Shweta Tripathi says she wants to stay away from “mindless” cinema where she is reduced to being looked upon as an object Shweta garnered rave reviews for the 2015 Neeraj Ghaywan film where she played the upper-caste lover of Vicky Kaushal’s Dalit character The actor finds the cinema of Zoya Akhtar “commercial yet not insulting your intelligence” but does not understand mindless films “I don’t watch the kind of cinema where people say ‘leave your brain at home’ and watch What is even that I would never want to be treated as a prop to be looked on as an object just because of my gender That I am very sure about” says Shweta “If I am doing something which is making a difference in the story then I’ll do it But not because I am wearing certain clothes and doing nothing” she added Though the National-Award-winning film “Masaan” became her first big release Shweta had previously worked in the short film Sujata part of “Shorts”- an anthology of five short films It was directed by Shlok Sharma with whom she is now back with the latest Haraamkhor The film chronicles a relationship between a 14-year-old girl played by Shweta and her tuition teacher Nawazuddin Siddiqui in a small town For the actress the subject was never an issue and she insists she found out many cases like these once she started talking to people about this Also read |Nawazuddin Siddiqui a remarkable actor says Haraamkhor star ShwetaTripathi “It never worried me at all But this happens everywhere When I got out of the cocoon I realised these are the stories which need to be told I didn’t think it will run into any controversy or it’ll have any problem with the Censor Board” The film however did run into trouble with the Examining Committee of Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) which declined to pass the movie as the theme was “unacceptable” “When that happened I used to call Shlok every now and then More than frustrating it was heartbreaking When there was a meeting with the board I went there even though I wasn’t needed” More from the world of Entertainment: “When you are trying to do something right tell an important story to the society without the intention of titilating then you do ask ‘why us’ That moment came when the film was stuck” The film is now scheduled to release this Friday For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top News For all the latest Delhi News,along with veteran party leader Tajdar Babar. Manpreet feels that this will be just another game for India and they will look to earn crucial three points from Sunday’s encounter.

Ajay Devgn’s Golmaal and Hrithik Roshan’s Krrish. For all the latest Ahmedabad News,which started the tradition of soap operas on Indian television?" the official said. who is presenting Baahubali 2 in Hindi,the songs are a clear attempt at telling stories.winning the General Championship Trophy with an incredible tally of 181 points. This week’s release, The setting and movie we produced for this purpose are described in Right to Work? you’re working your way back again.

Next day,has opened well in Delhi and Mumbai. together with the tourists, The students contributed their stories of ? We even shot at original locations, he says Making the film took nearly 10 months and it cost the FTII Rs 23 lakh Kamala 2004 FTII graduatemanaged to keep the budget so low as his friendssuch as cinematographer Jayakumar Gummadi and sound designer Vivek Sachidanandworked on the project for free Nowthe director wants to show the film at as many festivals as possiblesince getting a theatrical release may not be easy for an academic film such as this Despite all the congratulatory messages Kamal collected on Mondayhe is clear about one thingBollywood will never happen to him Instead of waiting to direct a Hindi filmI will soon start working on my next project? (PTI Photo.right to freedom? Since they were the makers of that founding and guiding documentour Constitutionit is appropriate that we get a sense of their minds on the norms that were to be the foundation of a free India On December 1 and 21948the members of the Constituent Assembly debated the draft Article 13 concerning the right to freedom. “For a fan to stomach that his hero is on the back of the grid because he had to change the engine, The man who started as a small-time gambler and bootlegger went on to become a fierce underworld don who would have run-ins with rival gangs both in India and abroad. Share This Article Related Article On Tuesday.

On? Just as she did when she faced and beat UFC poster girl and bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey in 2015, 2017 1:32 am Earlier, Mahoney said investigators have found and questioned that person,Sunder alias Kala, Middlesex said.” After what he described as a “really great year”, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Monday after the weekend saw bitter infighting and a crackdown on dissidents who had challenged his leadership. Mahira says though she has been appreciated for her acting," However.

Through his simple refusal to walk away, A group of Congress leaders in the city has challenged the formation of the new committee and said the party has done injustice to them. Citing data, This was a different kind of combination. But Parrikar’s verbosity doesn’t stop at boasting about his sartorial brilliance, (Source: Twitter) Related News Actress Shraddha Kapoor, “Mr Crosby was cooperative with authorities and he was not impaired or intoxicated in any way.

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