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While addressing the gathering there, Sadhna said her ?com/Swamy39/status/745791148799725568 "If an Indian? held patriotic can advise a foreign nation where he works to twist India’s arm is to be forgiven then I suspend my demand" Swamy said in an apparent jibe to the government his party runs at the Centre St Petersburg:Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday paid homage at the Piskariovskoye Memorial Cemetery in St Petersburg a reminder of the hundreds of thousands of people who lost their lives during the nearly 900-day Siege of Leningrad as St Petersburg was then known during the Second World War Modi laid a wreath at the cemetery where the bodies of about half a million Russian people including 420000 civilians are laid to rest These people died mostly due to cold and starvation because of the siege laid by the Nazis from September 1941 to January 1944 File image of Russian president Vladimir Putin (left) with Indian prime minister Narendra Modi (right) Getty Images Modi also signed the visitor’s book at the memorial The prime minister arrived in Russia on Wednesday on the third leg of his six-day four-nation tour of Europe Later on Thursday he will hold the 18th India-Russia annual bilateral summit with Russian president Vladimir Putin India and Russia are celebrating 70 years of diplomatic ties this year On Friday Modi will attend for the first time the St Petersburg International Economic Forum a business event From Russia he will leave for France on the fourth and final leg of his tour and hold his first meeting with newly elected French president Emmanuel Macron in Paris Before Russia the prime minister visited Germany and Spain Written by Shubhra Gupta | Published: May 21 2011 2:36 am Related News 404 Error Not Found DIRECTOR: Prawaal Raman CAST: Rajvvir AroraaNishikant KamatImaad ShahTisca ChopraSatish Kaushik Rating: ** The intriguingly named 404 Error Not Found opens with promise A first-year medical student volunteers to occupy a room thats been locked for some years Hes not scared of ghostsdeclares Abhimanyu (Aroraa)and with those famous last wordswalks in Prawaal Raman has had past experience in trying to spook us (Darna Mana Hai) And here again he shows us that he is good at creating atmosphere The college building has large ceilings and dark shadows and menacing seniors Some of the scenes of the bullyingspearheaded by the final-year dada (Shah) make you crane forward nervously Like Abhimanyuyou can feel a presencenot seen or heard by anyone else: a figure flits past your line of visiona mirror shows up a reflectionand you look where hes lookingand wonder This could have been a nicely understatedseriously scary chiller But it gets too wordy and too deliberate for its own good Professor Anriuddh (Kamat) and his wife (Chopra) make an interesting couple to start with but become dull Abhimanyu is in a dangerous phase of bipolar disordersolemnly intones a teacher Its nice to know that Bollywood films are starting to take their medical terminology seriouslybut it would be even nicer if they take care not to use these kinds of alarming throwaway lines And the sound track obligingly ratchets up And up For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAhead of the 2015 Assembly elections in Bihar a political catchphrase caught everybody’s eye when it came up on a giant hoarding at the Income Tax-Birchand Patel Path roundabout in Patna — ‘Bihar me bahaar hai phir se Nitish Kumar hai’ it said When the RJD-JD(U) combine won the elections handsomely Nitish was back as chief minister However in the last two years there has been nothing for him to even remotely suggest there was a bahaar (flourish) in Bihar By Nitish’s own admission after submitting his resignation to the Bihar governor on Tuesday evening one-third of the government’s term had already expired and people were talking not about the work done but about corruption charges against alliance partner RJD and his colleagues in the Cabinet Tejashwi and Tej Pratap Yadav File image of Nitish Kumar with Sushil Modi PTI Other JD(U) leaders had been privately expressing concerns that whatever goodwill and credibility Nitish had as a leader and an administrator dated back to his 17-year alliance with BJP when he was Union railway and agriculture minister and then Bihar chief minister from 2005 to 2013 Had he continued this alliance with RJD till the conclusion of his government’s tenure in 2020 his consciously cultivated clean image and credibility would be reduced to ashes they felt He thus made peace with BJP once again and a ghar wapsi of sorts took place exactly four years after he severed ties with BJP over Narendra Modi’s pick as the party’s prime ministerial candidate But this is not just about the return of the time-tested JD(U)-BJP combine in Bihar or about the Nitish Kumar-Sushil Modi government in the state; it’s also about a realignment of political forces at the national level and an instant rise in NDA’s numbers in the Rajya Sabha JD(U) has 10 members in Rajya Sabha and two in the Lok Sabha The NDA already had an absolute majority in the Lok Sabha but it would be the boost it receives with 10 additional Rajya Sabha members that would sweeten the deal for Modi and party president Amit Shah Although two of these 10 Rajya Sabha MPs — Sharad Yadav and Ali Anwar — are opposed to Nitish’s reunion with BJP they will eventually have to relent and abide by the party whip For they risk losing membership of the House allowing Nitish to nominate members of his own choosing in their place Nitish’s return to the NDA fold comes at a time when Congress and its allies as also the liberal intelligentsia were on an overdrive to paint a picture of gloom particularly on social issues like intolerance cow vigilantism hate crime lynchings etc Though award wapsi had become a thing of the past the debate associated with it was also making a comeback in a different form with renewed vigour By deciding to make friends with Modi at this stagte Nitish has given a big jolt to those who had pinned their hopes on him as a potential counter to Modi By resigning from the chief minister’s post on Tuesday Nitish not only brought down the mahagathbandhan government but also dashed hopes of a grand coalition of opposition force against Modi for the 2019 parliamentary election With Nitish Kumar now on his side Modi’s road to success in 2019 has become much easier Nitish was the only credible face in the Opposition ranks His switching sides has changed the atmospherics and the political dynamics It should be recalled that ahead of the 2014 parliamentary election LJP leader Ram Vilas Paswan pledging his faith in Narendra Modi’s leadership had become a big news Paswan was a known Modi baiter but correctly read which way the wind was blowing Like Paswan Nitish’s influence too is limited to Bihar but they are both leaders of national fame and their switching sides makes a big impact on the thought process of the electorate On his part Nitish has nothing to lose but everything to gain for himself and for Bihar He will remain chief minister but will have an alliance partner which is equally focussed on the development of the state rather than one that looks only to serve the personal agenda of an individual and his family Furthermore since he is part of NDA and a Cabinet expansion is imminent at the Centre after 15 August it is also likely that some JD(U) nominees will find way into the Council of Ministers A close relationship with Modi will always be helpful in seeking central assistance for the state on a variety of issues Electorally BJP and JD(U) had gained over a three-fourth majority (206 out of 243 seats) in the state Assembly in 2010 reducing Lalu’s RJD to just 22 seats Rabri Devi lost elections from both Assembly constituencies she contested from Even in 2015 when JD(U) and RJD contested the polls together their alliance could still only get 178 seats When Lok Sabha and Assembly elections next take place in 2019 and 2020 respectively Nitish would now have BJP’s support base on his side and it would be boosted by Modi’s charisma It is a win-win situation for both Written by C Raja Mohan | Published: March 20 2013 2:16 am Related News Chennai Kowtow In pandering to the DMK leader M Karunanidhi so eagerly on the policy towards Sri Lankathe UPA government has further diminished Indias credibility in the region Karunanidhis decision to leave the UPA might put an end to the misery of the governmentbut only for the moment For the burden of coping with politics in Chennai has long limited Delhis options with Colombo That internal considerations play an important role in the making of foreign policy is true of most countries The impact of domestic politics on diplomacy is more evident in democracieswhere different pressure groups actively seek to influence the nations external orientation on various issues But the central government of any countrywhich has the constitutional responsibility to conduct foreign policymust find the balance between the duty to protect national interests and the political need to address the concerns of different domestic groups UPA 2 has found it hard to achieve that balance in coping with the tantrums of Mamata Banerjee in dealing with Dhaka and DMKs posturing in addressing the challenges with Colombo Last yearthe Indian vote against Sri Lanka at the UN Human Rights Council was widely seen to be a response to political pressure from Tamil Nadu The UPA government has done worse this year in trying to give the DMK a say in Indias diplomacy at Geneva It has sent three Union cabinet ministers to apparently negotiate the wording of the resolution being discussed among the member states of the UNHRC The failure of this effort does not mask the dangerous precedent UPA 2 was setting UPA 2 looked pitiful because it was no secret that Karunanidhi was simply posturing on the issue of Tamils in Lanka When Colombo was fighting its last ferocious battles in the civil war during the summer of 2009Karunanidhi was the CM of Tamil Nadu He held a token hunger strike and was quite happy to wink and nod as Delhi helped Colombo defeat the Tamil Tigers If the UPA handled with ease the more challenging situation in 2009UPA 2 has not demonstrated the political skill to manage the tricky situations that it has repeatedly confronted Sack of Potatoes While Karunanidhis cynicism is unsurprisingit is quite tragic to see the Delhi Durbar become a political sack of potatoesformless and malleablethat is ready to be kicked around by any domestic pressure group Political pusillanimity at home has consequences abroad India lost much goodwill in Sri Lanka after Delhi voted against Colombo at the UNHRC last year It could be a lot worse if Delhi once again signals that its foreign policy is all about accommodating domestic pressures Once upon a timethe neighbouring countries feared Congress governments in Delhi Congress PMs were both generous and muscular in their dealings with the neighbours The imperious attitudes of Congress PMs kept the neighbours on tenterhooks Delhis appeasement of domestic constituencies today makes it appear like a rather weak interlocutor to our neighbours Defence Dialogue Delhis lack of political willof courseis not a laughing matter when we consider the damage some of which could be lasting being inflicted on Indias national security interests in the region by UPA 2 There is no denying that the condition of the Tamil minority in Sri Lanka is of real concernnot just in Chennai but India as a whole But Delhi has also many interests in Sri Lanka other than supporting the rights of the Tamil minority there These interests range from the economic to cultural and defence Yet we have seen Delhi reschedule the annual defence dialogue to be held in Colombo later this week It is one thing to pray at the feet of regional warlords It is entirely another to wilfully undermine valuable strategic cooperation with the neighbours Playing fast and loose with long-term security interests has made it much easier for other powers like China and Pakistan to expand their presence in Sri Lanka Both Beijing and Rawalpindi deeply appreciate the geopolitical significance of Sri Lankawhich is located at the heart of the Indian Ocean Both of them have become major defence partners for Sri Lanka Can we blame them for taking full advantage of UPA 2s willingness to outsource its Lanka policy to Chennai The writer is a distinguished fellow at the Observer Research FoundationDelhi and a contributing editor for The Indian Express For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: December 22 2016 9:54 pm Hansal Mehta feels Indian award ceremonies are TV shows which focus more on garnering TRPs than honouring great talent Top News Filmmaker Hansal Mehta feels Indian award ceremonies are TV shows which focus more on garnering TRPs than honouring great talent His biographical-drama “Aligarh” received several accolades across film festivals including the ‘Best Performance’ award to actor Manoj Bajpayee at the 10th Asia Pacific Screen Awards (APSA) held recently DANGAL MOVIE REVIEW When asked despite various international recognition why have Bollywood award ceremonies shied away from honouring the film Mehta told reporters “We must understand one thing Awards and awards ceremonies are television shows They are meant to attract TRPs and not necessarily a recognition of greatness For us the fact that Manoj has revived the APSA it is a great honour Not only for us but for the entire country” More from the world of Entertainment: Set in the city of Aligarh the film revolves around professor Shrinivas Ramchandra Siras a sensitive Marathi language professor who loses his job and is ostracised for his sexual orientation Manoj sunk his teeth into the role of a gay lonely man who finds himself defenceless in the face of prejudice The director feels Bajpayee has given one of the best performances in Bollywood in the recent past and that his honour is an appreciation for the entire movie “I am a very small person to comment on a performance like that But I can say that perhaps its one of the best performances Hindi cinema has seen in years This was recognised by APSA who many people consider Asia’s Oscar Its a huge appreciation not only for Manoj but our entire film” Mehta however adds that the biggest victory of the film will be when section 377 of the IPC–which criminalises homosexuality in the country–is done away with “The journey will be complete when section 377 will be abolished Only then we can say the film’s journey is complete because there is still injustice in our society through section 377 As long as that doesn’t go away we won’t believe our film has been a success” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: February 19 2017 3:27 pm It is extremely exciting to think that one can inspire the human mind without being noticed (Source: Dreamstime) Top News Human brain may be hardwired to appreciate poetry even if it struggles to comprehend its meaning a new study suggests Researchers at Bangor University in the UK have demonstrated that we do indeed appear to have an unconscious appreciation of poetic construction “Poetry is a particular type of literary expression that conveys feelings thoughts and ideas by accentuating metric constraints rhyme and alliteration” said Professor Guillaume Thierry at Bangor University Researchers analysed whether we can appreciate the musical sound of poetry independent of its literary meaning To address this question they created sentence sample sets that either conformed or violated poetic construction rules of Cynghanedd – a traditional form of Welsh poetry These sentences were randomly presented to study participants; all of whom were native welsh speakers but had no prior knowledge of Cynghanedd poetic form What else is making news Initially participants were asked to rate sentences as either “good” or “not good” depending on whether or not they found them aesthetically pleasing to the ear The study showed that the participants’ brains implicitly categorised Cyngahanedd-orthodox sentences as sounding “good” compared to sentences violating its construction rules The researchers also mapped Event-Related Brain Potential (ERP) in participants a fraction of a second after they heard the final word in a poetic construction These elegant results reveal an electrophysiological response in the brain when participants were exposed to consonantal repetition and stress patterns that are characteristic of Cynghanedd but not when such patterns were violated Interestingly the positive responses from the brain to Cynghanedd were present even though participants could not explicitly tell which of the sentences were correct and which featured errors of rhythm or sound repetitions “It is the first time that we show unconscious processing of poetic constructs by the brain and of course it is extremely exciting to think that one can inspire the human mind without being noticed” Thierry said The research was published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi:BJP national president Amit Shah who will join Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath in the election campaign will address his first public meeting in poll-bound Himachal Pradesh on Monday File image of Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath with BJP president Amit Shah PTI Shah will be in the state for two days During his trip the BJP presidentwill address four rallies and hold a number of party meetings including the state party’s core group a party leader said The party chief is expected to hold close to 15 rallies during the entire Himachal election campaign Shah will address a public rally each at Banikhet and Chalwara on Monday the sources added On Sunday Adityanath said the Congress has turned the land of Gods into the land of crime? "Government has full confidence in CEA.You know my Sengupta friend who shifted to Dhaka after his father was murdered in the fifties? Gesticulating with his handshe indicated that my grand-uncles head was chopped off in his own orchard He went ahead with our contact on foot to show the house My friend did not allow me to take the camera saying it could be risky My mother was dejected; she could not control her emotion that the large main house had been torn down She was remembering all the different places after an absence of 60 years The present occupant of this property recognised my mothers family and invited us to tea Meanwhileour contact urged us to leave at the earliest as more people were getting alerted that unexpected visitors were in the village It was an emotional moment for both my mother and the present occupantyet I had to be rude to get out of the situation Ive never seen my mother so distraughtbut I pulled her away The next day we heard about the chaos our trip had instigated It appears a large gang of politically inclined people had come armed with sticks to chase us away There was great suspicionespecially as we were visiting within a week of the new law being passed It was very difficult to make people understand that ours was an innocent visit down memory lane Next week Ill tell you about the emotion of my father in his village in Bikrampur where we got the evidence that my grandmothers stories were not the figment of her imaginationbut absolutely accurate Shombit Sengupta is an international creative business strategy consultant to top management Reach him at http://s.wwwshiningconsultingcom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Amritsar | Published: August 20 2017 1:30 am ASSOCHAM (FIle Photo) Related News Claiming that the Centre’s area-based tax exemption scheme announced for states like Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand since January 2003 has already caused a significant decline in Punjab’s revenue besides precluding new industrial investments in the state Suneet Kochhar Punjab state council chairman ASSOCHAM said Saturday that the fresh extension to industrial package would push the state’s industries further down the dungeon “Punjab has already suffered for the central government’s industrial package to its neighboring states like Himachal Pradesh Uttarakhand and Jammu and Kashmir Owing to this several industries have relocated from Punjab to these states Extending the benefit further to the hilly state would further pull investors out of the state Not only will it discourage new units from coming to Punjab but the transposition of existing industrial units from Punjab to neighboring states where tax concessions are available would result in unemployment and loss of government revenue” he said “All major industrial houses in Punjab ihave chosen to expand and diversify outside Punjab especially in Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand” he added Attracted by tax concessions he added there has been a considerable decline in central excise collection in the state since 2003-04 No new industry worth the name has come up in Punjab as it is far more attractive to go to the neighboring states Kochhar said that a similar package must be given to Punjab including a special package for the border districts of Amritsar Ferozepur and Tarn Taran keeping in view that Punjab is a land- locked state with no accessibility to ports and the inherent disadvantages of lack of sufficient power skilled labour and high cost of land “Punjab should be duly compensated by allowing a similar package to offset the colossal loss suffered due to the concessions already given to neighboring states This would ensure that development in one state is not at the cost of the other because of a skewed concessions regime” he added For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Published: October 4 2012 9:34 pm Related News Akshay Kumarwho is returning as Bollywood’s ‘Khiladi’ in an action film after 12 yearssays he never thought he would star in another film bearing the same title After a string of films in the serieswhich began with ‘Khiladi’ (1992)the 45-year-old star is eager to reclaim the tag with the film ‘Khiladi 786’which releases on December 7 this year “I never thought I will be doing one more Khiladi because for quite a few years action films were out of fashion and I was also doing comedies This is my eighth Khiladi filmthat too after almost 12 years You can call it my comeback as a Khiladi” Akshay told reporters here at the trailer launch of the film “I feel great about it It had never gone away from meI always used to take risks and it’s great because the word Khiladi means a playera sportsman You can connect it with anythingso it’s great coming back to it” he said ‘Khiladi 786’ is directed by debutant Ashish R Mohan (assistant director in Rohit Shetty’s ‘Golmaal’ series)and stars AkshayAsinParesh Rawal and Himesh Reshammiya in lead roles “786 means something which has to do with your destiny Muslims use 786 as a substitute for the phrase ‘in the name of Allah’ Khiladi 786 is an action comedy film which you will enjoy” Akshay said Akshay couldn’t stop thanking director duo Abbas-Mustanwho directed ‘Khiladi’ and producers Ratan Jain and Keshu Ramsaywho had been backing movies made in the series “It was Abbas-Mustan who believed in me when I started my career in this film industry I would thank them for earning this tag Wherever I go everyone calls me by this name only I would also like to thank Ratan Jain and Keshu Ramsay who have given me many Khiladi films” he said “I did so many Khiladi films and I also did a television show called ‘Khatron Ke Khiladi’ I am happy to be part of all these things” Akshay added When asked who he would like to pass the Khiladi tag to in the industryAkshay said”In Bollywoodmaybe after 24 years I will pass this tag to my son” Music composersinger and actor Himesh Reshammiya was all praises for the leading man “I think there is only one Khiladi in this industry and that is Akshay Kumar It is the only brand which has been ruling the box office for a long time And in ‘Khiladi 786’ you will see an entertaining Akshay Kumar… different from what you have seen in ‘Oh My God’” Himeshwho is the co-producer of the filmsaid “My collaboration with Akshay goes a long way… we worked together in ‘Namastey London’ and the music of the film alongwith the movie became a blockbuster” he said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAhmedabad:Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday warned that the Gujarat government will be taught a lesson in the assembly elections next year unless it ends violence against Dalits File image of AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal PTI Addressing the media Kejriwal said that an environment of “suppression” was very much visible in Gujarat as Dalits were coming under attack repeatedly The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader spoke a day after some Dalits returning from a rally at Una were attacked by some people The Dalits alleged that police took no action against the aggressors “Police again did nothing to save them This proves that the attackers are goons sent by the Bharatiya Janata Party government” Kejriwal said “I want to warn the Gujarat government that if they do not refrain from doing such things people will teach them a lesson in the assembly polls next year that they will remember for a long time” Kejriwal said He said the BJP government first targeted the Patidar community and was now harassing the Dalit community "It seems every community in the state is frustrated with the government and is raising its voice There is ‘jungle raj’ (lawlessness) in Gujarat” Kejriwal who turned 48 on Tuesday earlier flew into Ahmedabad and then reached Sarangpur to pay tributes to the late Pramukh Swami the spiritual guru and head of the Bochasanwasi Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Santha who breathed his last on 13 August At Sarangpur Kejriwal said: "He was a divine soul He dedicated his entire life for the betterment of humanity and to promote Hindu culture He kept on serving people his entire life" The AAP is beginning to make inroads in Gujarat and is on a membership drive all across the state Cristiano Ronaldo has been officially crowned as the highest-paid sportsman by Forbes becoming the first footballer to be the world’s richest athlete Ronaldo became only the second team sport athlete to top Forbes’ annual list since its inception in 1990 The Real Madrid forward pipped his long-time rival Lionel Messi who came in second Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo Reuters The former Manchester United star raked in an eye-watering $88 million in a calendar year that he won the Champions League World Club Championship and Euro 2016 His incredible revenue came from his salary his sponsorship endorsements and bonuses The Barcelona striker earned $814 million in the same year according to Forbes However Ronaldo and Messi are the only footballers in the top 20 Neymar ranks joint-21st with Rafael Nadal who both earned $375m Zlatan Ibrahimovic follows in at 23rd-place ($374m) and Gareth Bale ($359m) completes the top 25 LeBron James comes in third for pocketing $772 million and recent Australian Open champion Roger Federer is in at fourth despite spending six months out in 2016 with injury In the previous list Floyd Mayweather was on top but due to him not taking to the ring in 2016 the legendary boxer dropped to 16th this year Mayweather wasn’t the only sportsman losing his place in the top 10 with Tiger Woods dropping to 12th after a year crippled with injury Overall the top 100 list features 26 baseball players 21 from American football 18 athletes from the NBA 12 footballers seven tennis players six racers five golfers three boxers and Usain Bolt (sole track athlete) and Conor McGregor (only UFC fighter) Here is the top 20: 1 Cristiano Ronaldo (Football) – $88m 2 Lionel Messi (Football) – $814m 3 LeBron James (Basketball) – $772m 4 Roger Federer (Tennis) – $678m 5 Kevin Durant (Basketball) – $562m 6 Novak Djokovic (Tennis) – $558m 7 Cam Newton (American Football) – $531m 8 Phil Mickelson (Golf) – $529m 9 Jordan Spieth (Golf) – $528m 10 Kobe Bryant (Basketball) – $50m 11 Lewis Hamilton (F1) – $46m 12 Tiger Woods (Golf) – $453m 13 Eli Manning (American Football) – $45m 14 Joe Flacco (American Football) – $445m 15 Tom Brady (American Football) – $441m 16 Floyd Mayweather (Boxing) – $44m 17 Rory McIlroy (Golf) – $426m 18 Russell Wilson (American Football) – $418m 19 Sebastian Vettel (F1) – $41m 20 Philip Rivers (American Football) – $38m Written by Sonup Sahadevan | Mumbai | Updated: April 15 2016 9:46 am In the just released Sarbjit trailer Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is seen in her de-glam best shouting her lungs out as she pleads passionately as Dalbir Singh for her brother Sarabjit’s (Randeep Hooda) release from prison Related News For all those who have wanted to see Aishwarya Rai Bachchan put in some passionate high octane acting performance Sarbjit could well be the one you were long waiting for In the just released trailer Aishwarya is seen in her de-glam best shouting her lungs out as she pleads passionately as Dalbir Singh for her brother Sarabjit’s (Randeep Hooda) release from prison (Photos:Aishwarya Rai Bachchan Randeep Hooda unveil Sarbjit trailer) The movie while named Sarbjit is more woman oriented as it deals with Sarabjit’s sister Dalbir’s struggles And Aishwarya steals the show in he bespectacled minimal make-up look The best dialogues of the movie are mouthed by her ‘Kyu har Hindustani dushman aur har Pakistani Aatankwadi hai’ The best one however was when she says towards the fag end ‘Tum log peeth par waar karna seekhe ho par hum peeth dikhane walon main se nahi’ Watch Sarbjit trailer here: The trailer ends with Randeep Hooda saying: “Myself Sarbjit Singh Atwal India” “Sarbjit” is a biopic on Sarabjit Singh an Indian farmer who was convicted of terrorism and spying in Pakistan and was sentenced to death He was attacked by inmates at a prison in Lahore in April 2013 and died a few days later Bollywood celebrities like Sooraj Pancholi and Dia Mirza are praising Aishwarya Rai Bachchan Randeep Hooda and the newly released Sarabjit trailer #SARBJIT A film that everyone shud watch WHAT AMAZING WORK @OmungKumar @RandeepHooda http://s.tco/ApI3pLkDkP pictwittercom/USZQmUK88V — Sooraj Pancholi (@soorajpancholi9) April 14 2016 Stories that must be told #Sarbjit More power to this team http://s.tco/SoaF2f11AZ — Dia Mirza (@deespeak) April 14 2016 “Sarbjit” which also features actors Richa Chadha and Darshan Kumar in key roles is slated to release on May 20 Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Tushar Bhaduri | New Delhi | Updated: February 20 2017 7:34 am Sunday’s match was not full of scoring opportunities and never rose to any great heights as both teams made frequent mistakes in midfield (File) Top News Just over 10 days ago Delhi Waveriders and Uttar Pradesh Wizards faced off at the Capital’s Shivaji Stadium in the Hockey India League and the home team ran away with an 8-1 victory It says a lot for the vagaries of the sport and the pressure on teams at the fag end of the league stage that when the same teams met on Sunday — theoretically the Wizards’ home match due to Lucknow going to the assembly polls — a 1-1 draw was met with satisfaction by Waveriders head coach Cedric D’Souza Just three matches are left in the league phase of the tournament and only two teams — Dabang Mumbai and Kalinga Lancers — have made it to the semi-finals so far The winner of Sunday’s encounter could have joined them in the knockout phase but a cagey tactical match saw the honours shared with two points to both teams As things stand these two teams are still favourites to clinch the last two places but Ranchi Rays still has an outside chance Defending champions Jaypee Punjab Warriors find themselves at the foot of the points table The Wizards have two games left but will like to seal qualification with a match to go when they face the Warriors on Monday before the Waveriders attempt to do so in their last match against Ranchi Rays Sunday’s match was not full of scoring opportunities and never rose to any great heights as both teams made frequent mistakes in midfield It was a clash between teams playing similar styles and they often cancelled each other out Towards the end it was clear that they were wary of making any mistakes and were happy to settle for a draw Field goals count as two in the league but there were few clear-cut chances to score them There were nine penalty corners in the match but only one was converted with both custodians — especially Wizards’ PR Sreejesh — in top form The Waveriders had the better of the exchanges in the first quarter Mandeep Antil took the first shot at goal but missed the target The two penalty corners they earned attempted by South African Austin Smith came to naught The Wizards were restricted to stray counter-attacks The game came to life in the second period when Rupinder Pal Singh managed to get his low drag-flick through Sreejesh’s legs But their lead did not last long Roelant Oltmans’ men went on the attack and earned two back-to-back penalty corners The second one taken by VR Raghunath struck defender Surender Kumar on the foot on the goal line and the umpire rightly signalled for a penalty stroke Argentine Gonzalo Peillat duly beat Belgian Vincent Vanasch in goal to level matters It prompted a period of sustained pressure in which they earned another penalty corner and the lively Akashdeep Singh kept the Wizards defence on its toes The third period was the most absorbing of the match as both teams tried hard for the win that would bring them a last-four spot Wouter Jolie found Akashdeep with a splendid pass from defence but the forward’s deflection went wide On the counter German Niklas Wellen fed Parvinder Singh but the latter’s shot was easily parried by Sreejesh Akashdeep tried another reverse hit on goal but it was saved Both teams earned a penalty corner each in the quarter but neither Rupinder nor Raghunath got any joy The two teams seemed content to avoid any risks in the last quarter Waveriders got a penalty corner in the dying stages of the match but the ball was not trapped at the top of the striking circle But both teams had reason to be satisfied with the two points inching them closer to the semi-finals For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsLucknow | Published: September 18 2013 4:58 am Related News Mohammad Ahmed Siddibapa alias Yasin Bhatkal was the chief architect of the 2010 bombing of Sheetla Ghat in Varanasihe has reportedly told his interrogators He was helped by fellow Indian Mujahideen operatives Asadulla Akhtar alias HaddiMohammad Tehseen Akhtar alias Monuand Wakas alias Ahmedsources in the Uttar Pradesh Anti-Terrorism Squad said The bomb was planted by Asadulla and Wakas Yasin and Tehseen were also in Varanasi when the bomb went off on the evening of December 72010 just before the evening Ganga aarti and killed two personsincluding a year-old childthe source said The bombATS sources saidwas assembled at a house in DarbhangaBiharand transported by bus to Patnaand then to Varanasi They had planned to place the bomb at the very place Ganga aarti is performed so as to cause maximum damageYasin is reported to have told his interrogatorsbut due to some confusion it was left on the stone staircase leading to the ghat Yasin and Asadulla were arrested from the Bihar-Nepal border on August 28and the NIA has announced rewards of Rs 10 lakh each on Tehseena resident of Samastipur in Biharand Wakaswho is suspected to be a Pakistani The NIA has intensified its hunt for Tehseen after Yasin reportedly told them he could be hiding in Lucknow or Kanpur NIA sleuths have been to both places but have returned empty-handed The Uttar Pradesh policemeanwhileplan to seek custody of and question Yasin to put together the chain of events that led to the bombing NIA to hold Yasin till Sept 21 A Delhi court Tuesday extended Yasin Bhatkals NIA custody till September 21 after the agency contended that it need more time to interrogate him as he had been involved in subversive activities of causing blasts in different parts of India since 2003 On the other handthe NIA wanted Yasins associate Asadulla Akhtarwho was arrested with himto be remanded in judicial custody But the agencys Hyderabad unit sought permission to arrest him in connection with the February 212013 blasts in Hyderabads Dilsukhnagar The court granted the plea and sent Asadulla in two days transit remand of the unit -MANISH SAHU For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: August 25 2012 12:55 am Related News Sleuths of Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Friday arrested a constable with the Chandigarh Police on charges of demanding illegal gratification from a local resident Jeetinder Singha constable with the technical cell of the Chandigarh Policewas caught red-handed from his residence in police colony He was taking Rs 15000 from a local resident who owns a mobile phone booth The complainant had approached the CBI after he had alleged that Singh was demanding Rs 15000 from him not to foist a false case on him A trap was laid by the CBI sleuths late in the evening and Singh was arrested The complainant had alleged that Singh had demanded the bribe for not registering a case of theft against him as a mobile phone belonging to a local resident was found at his shop The owner of the mobile phone had got a complaint lodged with the police After it was put on surveillancethe mobile phone was traced and found from the complainants booth The complainant alleged that some unknown person had sold the mobile phone to him Singh will be produced before the special CBI court on Saturday For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shobhana Subramanian | Published: June 14 2010 11:11 pm Related News The government says that it is open to taking another look at its new rule that all listed companies must have a minimum public shareholding of 25 per cent There is clearly merit in insisting on a minimum floating stockand 25 per cent is a very reasonable limit After allinvestors need liquidity in order to reduce the cost of transacting; moreoversmall floats mean that prices can be more easily manipulated which is not really desirable because valuations can be either inflated or deflated to suit the majority shareholders Typicallymarket indices also favour companies with larger floats and since large investors do follow indicescompanies gain if they get higher weightage in the indices The government wants those companies that didnt already have a minimum public float of 25 per cent to get there by selling a minimum 5 per cent of their stock every year Firms that havent gone public yet are allowed to start off by offloading just 10 per cent of their equity capitalprovided they manage to get a market value of Rs 4000 crore Subsequentlythey could get to 25 per cent in stages The 10 per cent rule for companies making an initial public offering (IPO) has probably been framed keeping in mind the several large public sector companies waiting to hit the market; if they had to sell so much of their equity at one gothey wouldnt get the best price for it In factif owners of a Wiproor even the state-owned NTPCsell 5 per cent of their equity in a yearit will dampen their share prices not only because the equity overhangin such a short timewould impact the price Alsoa bull market will fetch the owners of these shares a better valuation for their shares rather than one which is volatile; the outlook for the market right now is uncertain at best and investors are skittish given the state of the global economy and the financial problems in the Eurozone In factthats probably the reason for the governments rethink With large issuesincluding those of Coal India and SAIL lined upand the disinvestment target of Rs 40000 crore looming largethe government doesnt want to hurt the market by flooding it with paper After allit stands to lose the most if things go wrong A rough calculation shows that should the rule be enforced immediatelyof the $32 billion to be raised at current market prices86 per cent of the amount will have to be raised by public sector companies Of thisin the first yearwhen companies need to sell 5 per centapproximately $13 billion needs to be raisedof which 75 per cent will have to be raised by PSUs Clearlythe stakes for the government are high and it doesnt want to be seen selling shares in its companies for a song So it might not be a bad idea for the government to ease the 5 per cent normfor the first yearto say 3 per cent or even 2 per cent since the markets are choppy Why after all should any owner be forced to give away equity cheap if he can command a better valuation India today is among the worlds top investment destinations rivalling China and foreign investorswho want to participate in Indias growthare willing to pay for it But right nowwith the world economy in so much turmoil and recovery some way offfund managers across the world are likely to be cautious and justifiably so Which is why the timing for offloading so much equity doesnt seem right While Rs 40000 crore may not seem like a very ambitious targetit wouldnt pay to be over-confident Just for some perspectivethe indicative amount of $32 billion to be raised is twice the sum mopped up by companies through sales of shares in 2009-10 Alreadybetween the government and the private sectorcompanies are looking to pick up about $10-15 billion worth of equity by March 2011 and its hard to see the market absorbing such large quantities of paper without prices coming off Theres clearly a case for staggering the sales because otherwise those companies that need the money more urgentlyfor their expansion or diversification plansmay not get it And those owners who dont really need the money in a hurry will be forced to raise it nonetheless The economy can do without such a mis-allocation of resources The only negative point about having a minimum 25 per cent float is that many multinational companies might prefer to de-list altogether That would be a pity because Indian shareholders cant participate in their growth and some of them are doing exceptionally well The writer is Mumbai Resident Editor? “I love all the staff.000 stands could become an issue, Apurva,till he fell bleeding.till May 5.

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