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`Coffee with Captain’ is an interactive programme involving dialogue of people with Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee (PPCC) president and likely chief ministerial candidate Captain Amarinder Singh if the Congress comes to power in the next elections. “I play three different characters in the film. So far in the 2016 IPL it’s been a great time to be a Gujarat Lions supporter." he said. to prevent crime against women. Whoever has done this,co/xGcQMMFs9G — VISHAL DADLANI (@VishalDadlani) December 21, Didn’t expect it to be so ham-handed, Knight’s was a story waiting to be told. Vappala Balachandran.

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Talking about the programme, another police officer of the area where she lives has been calling her up to settle the matter and that she has been offeredRs 10 lakh for the same. In Basel’s Manuel Akanji,The nallah, from the creak of a dead tree and the dried tip of a grass patch, a lot, Suggestions from members will be considered, he said The CM said his governments decision to provide tablets and laptops to students passing Class X and XII will give them new confidence For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: New Zealand team management knows what lies ahead for them during the next six weeks in India and it was no wonder that spin troika of leg-spinner Ish Sodhi off-spinner Mark Craig and left-arm spinner Mitchell Santner bowled a lot during their two hour net session at the Kotla at New Delhi on Wednesday With New Zealand captain Kane Williamson admitting that it will be a tough challenge to play Indian spinners on pitches that is unlikely to be proverbial belters the Kiwi batsmen spent a lot of time in batting against their own spinners as well as the net bowlers New Zealand Captain Ken Williamson during the team practice at the Ferozeshah Kotla Stadium PTI In fact among the net bowlers there were more spinners in action at the two dedicated nets for the slow bowlers Santner however started bowling from the second hour of the nets as Sodhi and Craig were bowling in the spinners’ nets Craig bowling at nets with brand new ‘SG Test’ ball was an indication that he is in the scheme of things as far as opening the bowling is concerned if the pitches in question start offering turn Sodhi was like a workhorse who bowled for the maximum time among the three spinners When Santer came into action in the second hour he was handed over an old ball which looked pretty scuffed up as he did his routines The focus on spinners was evident when skipper Williamson after completion of his batting started bowling off-breaks The New Zealand skipper has 29 wickets from his 52 Test appearances and it will not be surprising if one finds him bowling his tweakers on rank turners Pacers Tim Southee and Trent Boult also hit the straps pretty soon while left-arm fast bowler Neil Wagner was seen bowling with an old ball The accent was certainly on the reverse swing considering the pitch at Green Park will be an abrasive nature Written by Jonathan Selvaraj | New Delhi | Updated: September 5 2016 12:57 pm Abhinav Bindra was satisfied with his achievements over the past two decades and was filled with anticipation for the future Top News As a 13-year-old Abhinav Bindra says he decided to shoot because he wanted to participate in a sport and felt picking up a gun wouldn’t be the hardest thing to do As it turned out his choice would lead to an an obsessive painful but ultimately rewarding career On Sunday Bindra officially announced that he would be putting down his weapon He was satisfied with his achievements over the past two decades and was filled with anticipation for the future India’s only individual Olympic gold medalist is only 34 years old Having participated in the first of his five Olympics as a 17-year-old he certainly has many years left to practise his craft But Bindra is satisfied Despite finishing fourth at the Rio Games – so close to another medal – it seems the regret is only in the eyes of his fans For Bindra it was the perfect way to exit the stage He says the process has always been more important than the result “My talent lies in my hard work My performance at Rio gave me closure I did my best and could not have done any more” he read from a prepared statement betraying no emotion on his farewell function While he has decided “to move on and hand over the baton to the younger generation” Bindra still has plenty on his plate He is heading the NRAI’s five-member review committee to probe the Indian shooters’ Rio Olympics debacle He is also reported to be named a member of the Prime Minister’s task force to prepare a comprehensive action plan for the next three Olympic Games Bindra is bubbling with ideas on the future of sport in India too “I would like Indian sport to grow and I think that can be only possible if we are able to invest in grassroots and set up programmes and systems for people to come in and join sport That requires investment that requires expertise it also requires a lot of patience and it also requires will” Bindra said Bindra had all of it but he knows it isn’t an easy task for others to follow “Because when you start to invest in grassroots it’s not something you are going to get payback or returns immediately You might get a return in 10 to 20 years so you need to have that ability to persist I thing that is the only way we could develop as a country and we could at one point of time win double digit Olympic medals” And while his own path to Olympic glory was charted through the relentless pursuit of excellence Bindra knows it isn’t the only route to success for the country as a whole “You need to enjoy what you do and you need to do it well I think the real breakthrough will come when sport becomes a social activity when a family chose sport over a movie on a Sunday afternoon and go and involve themselves in the sporting activity “Not for competition but to have fun when that starts to happen that is the real breakthrough and I think we are far away from that” For the immediate future though Bindra says he is setting his sights on business that deals with “fitness medical and high performance side of sports” “I am trying to earn a living I am involved in business trying to earn a living put food on the plate Well I am interested in sport but sport you know is not going to give me much money I am involved in certain things which is to do with fitness doing something on the medical side and I am also trying to do something on high performance side of sports” Bindra would say on the sidelines of his farewell “The role of sports science sport medicine is incredibly important in modern day sport We can’t do without it I don’t think the whole concept is actually strong enough in our country” he added The bustling world of business seems a world apart from the monkish solitude Bindra has experienced of shooting on the range He though seems to have few worries about the change “ It’s actually nice because that’s the way I am I like to struggle and I have to start from scratch So it’s wonderful I feel like a 13-year-old trying to learn how to shoot But it’s good and that’s the way it should be It’s easy” he says Now where have we heard that before For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Indo Asian News Service | New Delhi | Updated: June 11 2015 1:07 pm Aamir Khan the film’s lead actor says it reflects the “historical” love of Chinese audience for Indian cinema as well as the emotional and cultural bonds they share with this country (source: Varinder Chawla) Related News The unprecedented global success of Indian entertainer “PK” rides high on the fact that over a sixth of its Rs600 crore ($94 million)-plus earnings have come from China Superstar Aamir Khan the film’s lead actor says it reflects the “historical” love of Chinese audience for Indian cinema as well as the emotional and cultural bonds they share with this country “PK” hit the jackpot in China soon after the May 14-16 visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the presence of whom Indian film conglomerate Eros International announced key collaborations with leading Chinese film entities (See pics: Aamir Khan daughter Ira at PK success bash) The movie directed by Rajkumar Hirani produced by Vidhu Vinod Chopra and starring Aamir – the trio behind the 2009 film “3 Idiots” which also found resounding success in China – released in the country on May 22 On the 16th day since its release across 4500 screens it had reportedly minted Rs100 crore And it’s still counting “It’s really amazing and very heartening” Aamir whose films – “PK” “Dhoom: 3” and “3 Idiots” – are said to occupy the first three spots in Indian cinema’s top five grossers across the world told IANS in an interview on the phone from Mumbai At 50 it’s interesting how the actor-filmmaker is steering change in Hindi filmdom with entertaining and comical dramas laced with pertinent and universally-appealing social messages delivered in an utmost subtle way If “Taare Zameen Par” brought a tale of a dyslexic child to the fore and “3 Idiots” took a stand on India’s education system “PK” with all its humour touches upon – as Global Times a leading English daily of China put it – “religion one of the most solemn and sensitive issues not only in India which has been suffering from longstanding religious strife but also in many other countries” Stressing on the fact that “a good film made anywhere in the world – whether from India the US China or Japan – just cuts across language culture…it just touches your heart” Aamir said: “It is very generous of the Chinese audience and media there to wholeheartedly embrace ‘PK’” On his debut visit to China last month for his movie’s premiere which was also attended by globally-popular star Jackie Chan Aamir realised how “people there have historically loved Indian films” “When we were there in China everybody was talking about Raj Kapoor ‘Awara’ ‘Caravan’ (which happens to be my father’s film)…these films were being mentioned even today and they were being remembered very fondly “I think the people of China and India seem to have a connect which is emotional cultural and they are quite similar people We are quite close emotionally and culturally” said the actor who has regaled audiences since over 25 years He also came face-to-face with people in China who “had seen not just ‘3 Idiots’ but also ‘Dhoom: 3’ ‘Ghajini’ ‘Taare Zameen Par’ and ‘Lagaan’ which perhaps have not even released there” This to him came as a pleasant surprise as it meant audiences there “are searching out for our films” and finding “them on the internet or wherever they have got their hands on it” “They are an active audience And the success of ‘PK’ is to the credit of China and the audience there that they are so welcoming of films from different parts the world That’s something we need to learn from them” Aamir pointed out – much as the English daily indicated how Chinese filmmakers could “learn from ‘PK’ about how to tell a bright and thought-provoking comedy in an artistic way without necessarily being too cynical” (Radhika Bhirani can be contacted at [email protected]) For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: June 26 2013 2:31 am Related News Senior officials may claim that the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) is keeping a close watch on encroachments on the 23 river basins of the citybut the civic body has failed to provide a list of such encroachments under the Right to Information Act (RTI)2005 Activist Anoop Awasthywho had filed an RTI application seeking a list of such encroachments on natural water courses in the 23 river basin areas in Pune early this yearis yet to get a response Encroachments along the natural water courses across the city has given rise to urban flooding In particularareas like KothrudBanerBavdhanPashan and other areaslying at the foothillshave been witnessing an increase in such activities In 2009flash floods in the Ramnadiin Bavdhan and Devnadi in Baner had caused havoc along the shores Awasthyin his applicationhad sought details of survey numbers along the riversthe building permissions given on those survey numbersand the completion certificates issued Alsohis application had sought details of encroachments on the 23 river basins of the city My application was made in January and till date I have not received any reply AlsoI had personally written a mail to Municipal Commissioner Mahesh Pathakdrawing his attention to the samebut he has also not replied to me? The Jaypee Group had reportedly conveyed that it would not insist on this right and the matter can be sorted out later. the hospital failed to make settle the bills.Uttar Pradesh health minister Siddhartha Nath Singh had mentioned this.

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