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England finished on 309-4 in 40. The tears come with a realisation; he has managed to lose four finals in that white and blue shirt.both constables. Other policemen deployed on the spot,” For all the latest Entertainment News, This is the second year in a row that Hockey India has pulled out of the competition and said that it is an invitational tournament and since Pakistan hasn’t tendered an unconditional apology for the 2014 Champions Trophy, which famously opposes virtually any hint of new restrictions, it would require an exceptional performance from Sri Lanka to win over the Indian team.

media had assumed the role of judge, objectivity, the Sarrainodu actor Tresa had a tiff with one of the film technicians very close to Chiru and his son Ram Charan. there have been regular announcements to inform the public about it. 2013 4:53 am Related News Right Sight Teams led by Dr T P Lahane,s supporter, The four students, for which we have launched a special project called ‘Namami Gange’, Kabul deputy police chief, the number goes up to eight.

Iraqi Kurdistan is an economically vibrant region that provides jobs to tens of thousands of Indians, Don? “I’ve been wanting to do a song that you can laugh at and dance to at the same time. The 43-year-old actor is also excited about the biopic? On Friday, Jasprit Bumrah, appears to be a hard nut to crack for the BJP as the social dynamics and tradition of "no repeat" favours the Congress, According to Mariah’s management, Chanu’s event will being at 0330 hrs IST and will be in Group A with the lift beginning latest by?0345 hrs IST Weightlifter Mirabai Chanu sleepless inPatiala At the Asian Championships in Baku last month Chanu had finished seventh – and was pivotal in winning an Olympic quota for the country (Source: Jonathan Selvaraj) She is a rarity in Indian sport– a world-class athlete who knows she can win an Olympic medal Hailed by her mentor Kunjurani Devi as a ‘once-in-a-generation’ weightlifter Chanu knows she has a chance at glory but is also aware that even a minor error can prove costly Jonathan Selvaraj on the lifter who can be India’s surprise medallist if she holds her nerves It was late Friday night and as Mirabai Chanu will recall later she was unable to sleep It’s not as if she wasn’t tired She had spent six hours of the day in the weightlifting hall of the National Institute of Sport Patiala front squatting nearly three times her bodyweight As she lay on her bed in her hostel room she glanced at her mobile phone Nearly 12 am She needed to rest “100 9998 97” she began counting off in her mind Taught to her by a psychologist it’s a drill she had repeated many times over the past couple of years The receding numbers trick worked and Mirabai eventually drifted off to sleep below a poster of China’s legendary 48kg competitor Yang Lian powering a bar weighed down with red green and yellow plates over her head For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: February 14 2016 7:19 pm “Meri Pyaari Bindu” will mark Parineeti Chopra’s return to the big screen after a gap of two years Related News “Meri Pyaari Bindu” will mark Parineeti Chopra’s return to the big screen after a gap of two years but the actress is happy that she finally had the time to work on her fitness The actress said she may not have been doing films but was busy with other work commitments “Speculation is bound to happen Even though I was not shooting for a film I never went away I was doing a lot of events appearances and of course I was working on myself I released my campaign ‘Build That Way’ in December last year I made it very clear that I was reading a lot of scripts and waiting for the right one” Parineeti told PTI in an interview The 27-year-old actress is happy that she utilised the gap to focus on getting fit which has been her long standing goal “I have aways wanted to be fit for 10-12 years of my life and always thought I will take time out But I was not finding the motivation or the will power Then I had some time off and I went for it” she said “Meri Pyaari Bindu” an Yash Raj project was announced by Parineeti with a special video in which she is seen humming the lines ‘maana ki humm yaar nahi’ The love story is being produced by director Maneesh Sharma while Akshay Roy is making his directorial debut with the film The “Kill Dil” star says the story of an aspiring singer was perfect to channel her passion for singing with the movie where she will be seen romancing Ayushmann Khurrana “I have been singing since I was a child and I am a trained Hindustani classical singer I always took music very seriously and passionately It is one of my biggest passions and hobbies “I was waiting for the right professional opportunity to be able to sing and that’s exactly what happened Maneesh Adi (Aditya Chopra) and Akshay thought that since my character is an aspiring singer it would be a perfect fit I am so glad that everything worked out and I got to sing” Parineeti said the project came her way about a month ago For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWashington: The US has congratulated Pakistan’s newly-elected Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi saying it "looks forward" to working with him on areas of mutual cooperation "We want to congratulate Prime Minister Shahid Abbasi on his election by the National Assembly We will certainly look forward to working with him on areas of mutual cooperation" state department spokesperson Heather Nauert told reporters at her biweekly news conference on Thursday "We have a very strong people-to-people ties with the government of Pakistan We’ll look forward to working with Pakistan and we’ll look forward to working with him as well" she said in response to a question on the election of Pakistan’s new prime minister File image of Shahid Abbasi Getty Images Meanwhile Nauert said she is not aware of the claims by former Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif that the then US president Bill Clinton had offered him $5 billion during Kargil war "I’m not aware of any of that money and what you’re referring to from quite a few administrations ago" she said Abbasi is likely to continue as premier for the remaining 10-month tenure of PML-N as the party chief Nawaz Sharif has hinted retaining his younger brother and Punjab Chief MinisterShahbaz Sharif in the key province Sharif who was disqualified by the Supreme Court in the Panama Papers case on 28 July had nominated Shahbaz to succeed him after winning a by-election on his vacant seat in Lahore Abbasi 58 was endorsed by Sharif to hold the post for interim arrangement of 45 days (till mid-September) till Shahbaz makes to Islamabad By: IANS | New Delhi | Published: May 7 2016 6:14 pm Monali Thakur says it’s an evolutionary phase in the music industry because the digital medium is taking over Related News Singer Monali Thakur who has bagged a National Award for the Best Female Playback Singer for the song “Moh moh ke dhaage” from the movie “Dum Laga Ke Haisha” says it’s an evolutionary phase in the music industry because the digital medium is taking over With a surge of many singing based reality shows in India is a good reality show on singing missing from the small screen “It’s an evolutionary phase in our (music) industry right now because of digital medium taking over literally on everything People can now independently put across their work it directly gets go to the audience…” Monali who was a part of the singing reality show “Indian Idol 2” told IANS Read More The “Zara zara touch me” hitmaker said that there is “a lot of content on web and TV that attention has been divided…” “That is why singing reality show was one or two before and now it’s everywhere…The contestants are talented but then the talent is spread over many other mediums” she added Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Rio De Janeiro | Updated: August 20 2016 7:52 pm Fiona de Jong chief executive of the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) said that the athletes did not have the correct accreditation to be at the basketball arena (Source: Reuters) Top News Several Australian Olympic athletes were released by Brazilian police on Saturday after agreeing to pay a fine for entering the basketball arena to watch a semi-final game between Australia and Serbia without proper accreditation a team official said Fiona de Jong chief executive of the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) told reporters outside the police station where the athletes were taken for questioning late on Friday that they had entered the arena without the correct accreditation by “mistake” “We have agreed on an outcome which is the payment of a fine and good behaviour bond for each of the athletes involved” de Jong said The athletes were each fined 10000 brazilian reais ($3119) “The translation is not precise but it was effectively for using a document for a purpose not intended falsifying a document” de Jong said on Saturday morning “We have already started an internal investigation” Australian team chief Kitty Chiller hit out at organisers “I am very angry they had to go through this” she said of the athletes “The athletes are not at fault and we will provide counselling” Chiller said the athletes would not be admonished but that the team would investigate how their accreditations came to be tampered with Officials for the International Olympic Committee and the Rio 2016 organising committee were not available for comment This is the latest in a series of incidents involving Australian athletes at the Games A member of the team was robbed earlier this week in the centre of Rio and before the start of the Games the team refused to enter their accommodation in the Olympic Village until bad plumbing and faulty wiring had been fixed For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsCARACAS (Reuters) – Days before masked agents arrested him family and friends pleaded with Eulogio Del Pino to flee warning that he could be next among executives detained or pursued one after another in a mounting purge of Venezuela’s faltering oil industry FILE PHOTO: Venezuela’s Oil Minister and President of the Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA Eulogio del Pino speaks during an agreement signing ceremony with representatives of oil companies: Venezuelan Delta Petroleum and India’s ONGC Videsh Limited in Caracas Venezuela November 4 2016 REUTERS/Marco Bello/File PhotoBut the former oil minister detained by police before dawn on Nov 30 was reluctant to believe he could soon be among those targeted in what President Nicolas Maduro has characterized as a cleanup of the all-important sector “I told him: ‘Go’” said one of three people who described the leadup to the former minister’s detention “But he told me ‘I haven’t done anything wrong I trust that they’re not going to do anything bad to me’” That trust the product of three years in which Del Pino held the top two jobs in Venezuela’s oil ministry now appears alarmingly misplaced Maduro is charging Del Pino and many other former industry executives with corruption and blaming them for economic woes now crippling the Andean nation “I‘m not going to shield anyone” Maduro said in a speech on Nov 28 as he swore in a general who replaced Del Pino as oil minister “If you’re corrupt you have to pay with jail and return what you’ve stolen” The crackdown has led to uncertainty panic and paranoia across the sector with as many as 65 former executives arrested over the past four months Prosecutors critics say have provided scant evidence for the charges Corruption has long plagued the OPEC member’s oil industry and much of the broader Maduro government a leftist administration struggling with an imploding economy soaring crime and debilitated public services But critics of Maduro’s beleaguered administration and many within the oil industry itself see the purge as nothing more than an effort to eliminate rivals within the sector and consolidate control ahead of presidential elections next year “Maduro wants control of PDVSA and control of its cash flow” said opposition legislator and economist Angel Alvarado using the initials for state-controlled oil company Petroleos de Venezuela SA Venezuela’s Information Ministry did not respond to a request for comment PDVSA and the oil ministry did not respond to requests for comment either “I NEED A REST” It is not clear whether any of the charges against Del Pino are substantiated Prosecutors without presenting any evidence accused him of belonging to a “cartel” that operated a roughly $500 million corruption scheme in the western state of Zulia But the Stanford-educated engineer who led the ministry until Nov 26 and PDVSA for three years before that was previously known as a government loyalist committed to Maduro’s vision for “21st century socialism” Only after he was ousted from the ministry the three people familiar with his arrest said did Del Pino finally begin to believe that his time was probably up His final days as a free man illustrate how swiftly fortunes can shift for even senior officials in Maduro’s government Just after his firing Del Pino told Reuters in a WhatsApp message: “I need a rest” On Nov 29 three days after his ouster an exhausted Del Pino went to Avila a verdant mountain that towers over Caracas the capital where he liked to hike one of the people said Del Pino found a quiet spot under a tree and recorded a video on his cell phone He said he believed he was about to become a “victim” of an “unjustified attack” Before sunlight the following morning hooded and armed military intelligence agents burst into his home and arrested him Footage of the detention showed Del Pino wearing the burgundy-colored soccer shirt of Venezuela’s national team Later that day the video Del Pino recorded appeared on his Twitter account “I hope the revolution will give me the right to a legitimate defense” he said referring to the government in the militant terms embraced by Maduro Del Pino did not respond to requests for comment on WhatsApp where he had recently changed his profile picture from one of him in a PDVSA hat to one of his children A man walks past the corporate logo of the state oil company PDVSA at a gas station in Caracas Venezuela December 1 2017 REUTERS/Marco BelloAfter Del Pino’s detention stunned workers at PDVSA’s Caracas headquarters where he was generally well-liked watched the state TV footage on screens in company elevators Fear has gripped employees at both institutions according to a half-dozen current and former PDVSA insiders as well as foreign oil executives Managers are scared to sign routine documents in case it could be used against them FALL FROM GRACE Maduro promoted Del Pino who was born in the Canary Islands and holds a Spanish passport from PDVSA’s exploration and production division to the company’s top job in 2014 At the time foreign oil executives and analysts largely welcomed the arrival of the genial and low-profile technocrat He replaced Rafael Ramirez a once-powerful loyalist of the late Hugo Chavez Maduro’s predecessor Ramirez who dominated Venezuela’s oil industry for a decade sought to make PDVSA “redder than red” He urged workers to wear red shirts in support of Chavez’s socialist movement and to attend pro-government rallies Slideshow (2 Images)Del Pino by contrast eased up on revolutionary garb and attendance at militant gatherings He also sought closer relationships with foreign partners frustrated by currency controls and a lack of professionalism at PDVSA Still many PDVSA insiders and oil executives were ultimately disappointed with Del Pino’s management Instead of improvements he presided over a major production fall that brought Venezuela’s oil output to near 30 year-lows Del Pino ultimately found his hands tied at a company where intervention by the government is common Last January Maduro replaced many of his top executives with political and military appointees Whether Del Pino and other arrested executives are ultimately found guilty or not many in Venezuela see opportunism behind the ongoing purge not a concerted effort to stamp out graft The industry after all has been under tight control of the ruling Socialist Party since shortly after Chavez came to power in 1998 Although the government ridiculed a report last year by the opposition-run Congress finding that some $11 billion went missing at PDVSA over a decade it now recognises that many voters support the anti-corruption stances espoused by rivals “The opposition has been pushing for a fight against corruption and now Maduro wants to appropriate that” said Alvarado the opposition lawmaker After surviving major protests this year and pushing through a controversial pro-government legislative superbody Maduro is feeling empowered government officials said He seeks to fortify his position for re-election next year He is also expected to continue finding ways to target perceived threats to his political power Some in Venezuela see Del Pino’s arrest as a way of getting at an old rival: Ramirez the former PDVSA boss Ramirez until recently Venezuela’s envoy to the United Nations is believed by many in the government to have presidential ambitions Although Ramirez has not been mentioned by prosecutors senior government officials increasingly refer to his time at PDVSA as a period when “mafias” were formed and executives like Del Pino grew ascendant This week after Ramirez criticized the president in recent opinion articles online Maduro fired him and summoned him back to Caracas according to people familiar with the clash Late Friday police arrested Diego Salazar a relative of Ramirez in what prosecturos said was another corruption investigation Ramirez did not respond to a request for information on Friday This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed By: AP | Monza | Published: September 3 2016 3:52 pm Max Verstappen was blocked by Kevin Magnussen’s Renault bouncing him wide (Source: AP) Top News Max Verstappen raised eyebrows again in the final practice session for the Italian Grand Prix on Saturday while Mercedes teammates Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg were once more 1-2 After tangling with Ferrari cars in last weekend’s Belgian GP the 18-year-old Verstappen put his Red Bull in the way of Rosberg on the Monza circuit Verstappen was on a slow lap when he veered into the racing line resulting in Rosberg nearly rear-ending him “What on earth was that” Rosberg said on his radio as Verstappen waved to apologize Later Verstappen was blocked by Kevin Magnussen’s Renault bouncing him wide Hamilton was nearly four tenths faster than Rosberg with Sebastian Vettel nearly a second behind in his Ferrari Verstappen placed eighth Qualifying is scheduled for later with the race Sunday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPublished: November 8 2016 11:36 pm Shabnim Ismail and Trisha Chettyare the two players suspended (Source: Twitter) Top News Cricket South Africa has suspended two of its three Indian-origin players in the national women’s squad – Shabnim Ismail and Trisha Chetty – for repeat offences that breached its Rules and Code of Conduct Ismail and Chetty have been suspended until January 31 next year for persistent breaches of Article 152 of the Code namely “unbecoming or detrimental conduct which could bring them the Board or the game of cricket into disrepute” Following disciplinary action the two players have admitted to contravening the Code and have been suspended from playing for the Proteas team but will be allowed to play in their provincial sides Although CSA would not give details of the nature of the offences sources said the two players had been at loggerheads for a while now “We strive to be a highly professional and world-class outfit whether on or off the field Incidents of this nature are always disappointing and cannot be tolerated in a high performing environment” said CSA Chief Executive Haroon Lorgat in a short statement “We have agreed with Shabnim and Trisha that they will undertake specialised counseling during their period of suspension and together with South African Cricketers Union we will try to ensure that they successfully re-integrate themselves back into the team environment” it said The statement said there would be no further comment on this matter as CSA respects the confidential nature of the matter For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News Her snatch is 82kg.

we will need more funds to fulfil them, said Dilip PatelBJP corporator The proposal will be sent to the BMC general body meeting once the standing committee clears it For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | Mumbai | Published: April 7 2012 4:11 am Related News A complaint about violation of the model code of conduct for the forthcoming Latur Municipal Corporation elections has been filed against Congress legislator Amit Deshmukhthe son of Union Science and Technology Minister and former Maharashtra chief minister Vilasrao Deshmukh The Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morchathe youth wing of the BJPlodged the complaint with Latur authoritiesalleging that Amit violated the model code by using premises of a temple for poll campaign The election is scheduled for April 15 A delegation of the Morchaled Babu Khandademet Latur collector Vipin Sharma and sought action against Amit for breaching the poll code As per Election Commission normsa religious place cannot be used for election work but that is what Amit Deshmukh did on April 2 when he launched the Congress campaign for the civic elections at the Siddheshwar temple premises? We have also received financial help from Sports Minister of Maharashtra Padmakar Valvi, revealed her father Gopal who will accompany Swapnali to the Philippines For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Gopal Kateshiya | Vadodara | Published: March 6 2013 5:31 am Related News Business group was asked by SC to return Rs 24000 crore to investorswhich it has not done so far A land parcel worth Rs 600 crore in Vadodara and similar properties belonging to the Sahara Group in other parts of Gujarat have come under the scanner after Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) ordered to attach all movable and immovable properties of the two group companies and their promoters and directors for not complying with a Supreme Court order of returning Rs 24000 crore to investors last month After receiving a letter from SEBIwe have ordered verification of properties of the group in the district We shall take necessary steps if the property is found in the name of two group firms mentioned by SEBI? ? ?acknowledged the seriousness of the issue.money and research. a focus is necessary on ecological balance and preserving forest.who wrote several non-film ghazals for the late Jagjit Singh.beaten or thrown against a wall.Space ride is risky.

This was done following observations made by Union Minister Kumari Selja while she handed over the keys to beneficiaries of flats constructed in Sector 49. But he came out firing in the second set,which has been functioning below capacity, said a Haryana water official At the Haiderpur water plantofficials of the joint team were till late on Sunday arguing over the quantity of water Haryana is currently supplying to Delhi A senior Haryana official said both the states agree Delhi should receive 425 cusecs water and while they were supplying as muchDelhi disputed that claim We are now recording supply and generation levels every two hours If Delhi continues to disagreewe may need a third-party monitor to verify the claims? ?during functional MRI, 2013 9:10 am Related News Actress Madhuri Dixit, India were cruising to their victory target.” a senior MMRDA official said. “Dhruva”, If governments are unwilling to lead when leadership is required.

See? James Milner and striker Christian Benteke out of the squad to play Bordeaux in the Europa League so they are fresh to face Norwich on Sunday.

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