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The actor had to climb down the stairs from the third floor of his building.The actor who has been ruling the film industry also clarified that no one got hurt in the accident Taking to his social media account the actor informed his fans about his well-being on Saturday morning as he wrote “Thanks to my staff Escaped a fire at my house Lungs full of smoke; I climbed down from the third floor I am safe No one hurt Goodnight” He also thanked his fans for their “love and concern” The Vishwaroopam actor wrote “Thanks for all the love and concern Now off to sleep Good night indeed:)” Haasan is currently mourning the death of his elder brother Chandrahasan who passed away in March after a massive cardiac arrest in London Earlier Kamal had written on Twitter after his brother’s demise “He (Chandrahasan) was a friend A good teacher He was not just my brother but he was also like my father Because of him I managed to succeed in my life I did not even fulfill half of the dreams he saw for me” Check Kamal Haasan’s tweet here: Thanks to my staff Escaped a fire at my house Lungs full of smoke I climbed down from the third floor I am safe No one hurt Goodnight — Kamal Haasan (@ikamalhaasan) April 7 2017 Thanks for all the love and concern Now off to sleep Good night indeed:) — Kamal Haasan (@ikamalhaasan) April 7 2017 Also read |Kamal Haasan is the angriest person I’ve met: Rajinikanth at prayer meet of Kamal’s brother On the work front he is all set to recommence work on his multi-lingual action comedy Sabash Naidu having fully recovered from a leg injury which kept him out of action for nearly a year Kamal fractured his leg after he slipped and fell from the stairs of his office For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Yubaraj Ghimire | Published: May 24 2014 12:40 am Narendra Modi Related News The change of government in New Delhi and Narendra Modi’s taking over as prime minister of India have triggered debate and fear in certain quarters of Nepal Newspaper editorials and current affairs debates on TV are focusing more on the issue ever since the exit polls and the actual results Experts and diplomats are more or less agreed that a change of government in Delhi does not automatically mean a sweeping change in India’s foreign policy for Nepal or the neighbourhood However others believe that India’s open involvement in Nepal’s radical shift to republicanism federalism and secularism and the resultant chaos that followed offer a case for review to the Modi government After all India’s official position that a stable Nepal is in India’s best interests remains unchanged — and the BJP manifesto projected the UPA’s neighbourhood policy as far from satisfactory The BJP has all along been a votary of a “Hindu Nepal” and of the Hindu monarchy as a symbol of unity in diversity Despite the public assertions of a LK Advani Rajnath Singh or Ashok Singhal of the VHP AB Vajpayee put his weight behind Nepal’s radical journey and endorsed the new policy that the UPA prescribed for Nepal But eight years down the line people are not only frustrated and angry but there are also claims that Nepal can achieve peace and a proper constitution only through dialogue among all the players and not from the Constituent Assembly (CA) alone That implies the need to involve both the erstwhile monarchy and the electoral forces Kanak Dixit journalist and civil society leader fears that Modi’s takeover may mean a threat to Nepal’s transformation into a secular state There are many especially in the ruling Nepali Congress who think Modi’s victory may mean a threat to Nepal’s march to a “republican and secular” order This fear apparently was behind the CA and political parties adopting a resolution that the new House would “own” all decisions of the previous House Constitution-making public policy laws and politics do essentially fall in the sovereign public domain But Nepali politics has witnessed unsubtle outside involvement In a different context but taking this into account Chief Secretary Leela Mani shot off a letter to the UN World Bank and major donors asking them to be accountable wherever they have failed to execute their projects on time Most of these donors are also funding partisan issues that have a direct bearing on the writing of the constitution and its content The current media and public debate also displays the anger at donors for their interference and partisanship connecting them to the uncertainty in Nepal In India several leaders including Rajnath Singh and those from the RSS and VHP have expressed their dissatisfaction about the world’s only “Hindu Kingdom” being declared a secular republic But now that the BJP is in power will that dissatisfaction reflect on its government’s Nepal policy Modi’s invitation to Sushil Koirala Nepal’s prime minister among other regional leaders for his swearing-in ceremony was a good diplomatic gesture But any clear indication of a concrete change if any in India’s policy will take a while to emerge The RSS has its Nepal chapter called the Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh and for the BJP government to initiate any change of policy the HSS’s feedback will be as important as the inputs Delhi collects from its various agencies including the Indian embassy in Kathmandu Karan Singh came to Nepal as a special emissary of Manmohan Singh on April 20 2006 and the then-king Gyanendra handed back power to the political parties within days revived the parliament and declared that an elected constituent assembly would frame the new constitution Neither Delhi nor Kathmandu disclosed if there was any assurance given to Gyanendra and if yes whether that was met The 240-year-old institution of monarchy was abolished on May 28 2008 with India’s ambassador openly lobbying for it There was no public debate or referendum In Nepal the prolonged transition failure of the parties to draft the constitution the judiciary’s increasing politicisation and political corruption have contributed to Gyanendra gaining public sympathy and support if the rousing reception he gets across the country is any indication The HSS is aware of this and the fact that Nepal’s chaos is largely because of its failure to sustain the radical changes without involving the people The current rulers apparently fear Modi more than the former king or the angry Nepali public After all the radical agenda has been dictated from outside A change next door will therefore cause both hope and fear in Nepal [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBelieve it or not we are in for another match between the two fine exponents of badminton who provided the aficionados of the shuttle sport with two memorable finals in the space of the past three weeks World champion Nozomi Okuhara of Japan and India’s Pusarla Venkata Sindhu who have spent a total of three hours and 13 minutes on the badminton court battling each other to a virtual standstill in the World Championships and the Korea Open Superseries are slated to complete a hat-trick of meetings inside a month later this week in the Japan Open Superseries at the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium PV Sindhu celebrates her victory against Nozomi Okuhara at the Korea Open final AFP If the No 4 seed Sindhu gets past her first-round opponent Minatsu Mitani against whom she had substantial trouble in Seoul last week and Okuhara is able to clip the wings of Hong Kong’s redoubtable Cheung Ngan Yi in her lung-opener in Tokyo on Wednesday the two arch-rivals will pit their wits against each other on Thursday Interestingly the two have split two gold and two silver medals equally between them The keen follower of badminton would be tempted to ask the obvious question – how can two players who contested the most coveted title in the sport so recently be drawn to cross swords against each other so early in the competition None of the eight seeded players in a draw of 32 could have met before at least the quarter-final stage The answer is as simple as it may be unexpected – Okuhara despite pocketing the gold medal at the Worlds is unseeded in her home tournament With the closing date for entries being pegged at one month before the onset of the event the rankings of the participating players on the Badminton World Federation (BWF) computer on that particular date – in this case 19 August – were taken for the purposes of seeding Okuhara was ranked ninth in the rankings published on 17 August and hence did not merit a spot in the elite eight seedings The only way she could have managed a seeding was if any one of the top eight ranked women had skipped the tournament But that has not happened; and every one of the top eight as on that date are in the fray in Tokyo It seems dificult to believe that this tournament which offers prize money of $325000 has been able to attract every player in the world worth his/her salt whereas the just-concluded Korea Open could not boast of such a comprehensive list in spite of offering prize money of $600000 Barring two-time former world champion Chen Long who has chosen to sit it out for reasons unknown at this moment every one of the world’s top singles players are present in Tokyo If only to appreciate just how tough the draws are in Tokyo it can be revealed that the winner of the Sindhu-Okuhara match in the lower half of the draw is projected to clash in the semi-final with one among these outstanding players – two-time former world champion Carolina Marin of Spain (seeded fifth) Japan’s Akane Yamaguchi (seeded second) and India’s Saina Nehwal (unseeded) Nehwal’s first opponent is Thai teenager Pornpawee Chochuwong whom the Indian ace has beaten twice earlier this year both times in straight games If she gets through that none-too-challenging round she will run into Marin against whom she holds a 4-3 head-to-head advantage although their most recent tussle in the Indonesia Open Superseries Premier ended in a 24-22 21-11 win for the Spaniard India have a strong contingent of five players in the men’s singles draw with only Kidambi Srikanth managing a seeding at No 8 India’s premier male player could hardly have had a more challenging draw for he takes on China’s unseeded Tian Houwei in the first round and then the Indonesian Anthony Sinisuka Ginting The Indonesian shuttler bagged the Korea Open men’s singles title last Sunday pipping compatriot Jonatan Christie at 22-20 in the third game of a desperately close final Other Indians in the fray also find their path strewn with major obstacles Reigning national champion Sourabh Verma takes on five-time former world champion and two-time Olympic gold medallist Lin Dan of China The winner of this duel encounters another Indian B Sai Praneeth who has a relatively easy opening test against a qualifier The winner among all these players is projected to clash in the quarter-final with top-seeded Korean Son Wan Ho provided the current World No 1 gets past Chinese Taipei’s Tzu Wei Wang or Korea’s vastly experienced veteran 37-year-old Lee Hyun Il who face off against each other in their first outing Another top Indian player HS Prannoy is scheduled to cross swords with the talented young Dane Anders Antonsen with their winner taking on the player who will come through the first-round bout between sixth-seeded Ng Ka Long Angus of Hong Kong and Taiwan’s Hsu Jen Hao All these players occupy the last quarter of the draw in which 2017 All England runner-up Shi Yuqi of China is seeded second Shi who takes on the feisty Frenchman Brice Leverdez in his opening challenge will most probably have to deal in the second round with India’s Sameer Verma who has a qualifier to worry about for his tournament opener The sole Indian required to come through the qualifying rounds on Tuesday is 31-year-old Parupalli Kashyap who has been handed a tough initial assignment against Denmark’s Emil Holst If the Hyderabadi comes through this stern test he would have to tame either Yu Igarashi of Japan or Pannawit Thongnuam of Thailand He would then secure for himself a place in the main draw None of the singles players in the main draw have to take to the courts on Tuesday which has been reserved for the qualification draws and the main draw of the mixed doubles India’s only entry in the latter event Pranaav Jerry Chopra and N Sikki Reddy will duel with Japan’s Tomoya Takashima and Rie Etoh Not an assignment that will cause furrowed foreheads in the Indian camp Reddy however faces a huge challenge when she and Ashwini Ponnappa clash with the third-seeded South Koreans Chang Ye Na and Lee So Hee winners of the All England title earlier this year India’s best men’s doubles combination of Sumeet B Reddy and Manu Attri have been pre-qualified into the main draw due to some last-minute withdrawals of more illustrious pairs But they face a tough initial outing against the eighth-seeded Chinese Taipei pair of Lee Jhe-Huei and Lee Yang If they somehow manage to slip it across the Taiwanese they would have an excellent chance of progressing deep into the tournament since they are ensconced in the top quarter of the draw where the crack World No 1 Chinese pair of Li Junhui and Liu Yuchen withdrew at the last moment and left the premier spot among the seedings vacant The place has gone to a none-too-strong Hong Kong pair which was promoted from the qualifying rounds and which allows the stronger pairs in that portion of the draw to dare to dream By: Reuters | Milan | Published: May 11 2017 5:55 pm Roma enjoyed a 4-1 win away to AC Milan last Sunday/ (Source: Reuters) Top News Second-placed AS Roma host leaders Juventus in Serie A on Sunday but rather than thinking about trying to catch the runaway leaders they will be looking over their shoulders at their rivals for an automatic Champions League berth Juventus need only a point to wrap up their sixth successive title and even if they lose will still have two more chances at home to Crotone and away to Bologna Roma have a one-point cushion over Napoli and need to finish second to qualify for the Champions League group stage Third place would mean a spot in the final playoff round where Italian teams have suffered six defeats in the last eight seasons Juve are seven points clear of Roma and eight ahead of Napoli with three games each left If Juve and Napoli finish level on points the Turin side would take the title on their better head-to-head record Roma enjoyed a 4-1 win away to AC Milan last Sunday yet the harmony at the club has been disrupted by the uncomfortable Francesco Totti situation Roma said last week that the 40-year-old who has spent his entire career at the club would stop playing at the end of the season and move to a boardroom role Totti who has mainly been restricted to cameo appearances was left on the bench again on Sunday for what would have been his last appearance at Milan’s San Siro When asked why he had not given Totti a run exasperated coach Luciano Spalletti said he would never have come to the club in the first place if he knew it was going to be such a thorny subject Totti then told reporters at an event in Rome on Wednesday that he did not know if he would stop at the end of the season but later said on Twitter that he had been joking and there would be “time to talk” Roma will also be without Serie A’s leading scorer Edin Dzeko after the Bosnian forward who has scored 27 league goals suffered a calf strain For Juventus wrapping up the title would complete the first stage on the way to a league Cup and Champions League treble Coach Massimiliano Allegri said he wanted the league settled on Sunday so his side could concentrate on preparing for the Champions League final against Real Madrid in Cardiff on June 3 “We have to get the result against Roma or risk putting the Scudetto back in doubt” he said There’s also the Coppa Italia final on May 17 Napoli have a difficult match away to Torino while Inter Milan will be under the third coach of the season when they host Sassuolo hoping to end a run of seven games without a win that has seen them drop to seventh outside the Europa League places Youth coach Stefano Vecchi will replace Stefano Pioli who was sacked on Tuesday after six months in the post For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Ruhi Bhasin | Mumbai | Published: January 8 2016 2:14 am Related News POINTING to the “liability and obligation” of the Northern Railways in a case where a woman lost her left leg while chasing a robber in a running train the Bombay High Court Thursday said it expected the Railways to offer compensation and ex-gratia payment to her Bhavika K Mehta (24) was traveling from Amritsar to Mumbai Central on June 5 2012 when a robber attempted to pull her purse from under her while she was asleep Startled by this she chased the robber and while she held on to the purse the robber pulled it from the other side The robber to save himself caught hold of her hands and jumped off the train resulting in Bhavika falling from the running train The whole episode resulted in her left leg coming under the train Her father and brother also jumped off the train and sustained injuries While referring to the incident the HC said that there was no police on board the train during nighttime resulting in the woman having to chase the robber herself “The Railways should take a positive stand It is the case where no police protection was provided on board the train and the incident resulted in 80 percent disability” said Justice A S Oka adding that she battled the robber on her own “Offer her ex-gratia compensation” ordered the court According to the affidavit filed by the Railways “According to passengers the girl was standing on the door of the coach when an unknown person snatched her purse and due to imbalance she fell down” The affidavit further stated that under the Railways Act compensation was provided in case of injury or death of a passenger due to theuntoward incident including the accidental falling of a passenger from a train carrying passengers But for claiming such compensation a person has to approach a Railways Claims Tribunal The court however observed that the Railways Act does not say that in a case where a person is entitled for compensation the claimant is liable to file proceedings under the Railways Act “The provisions of the Railways Act creates liability on account of untoward incident We expect Railways to show bonafide by offering compensation” said the court Bhavika was taken to Ambala Civil Hospital where only first aid was provided but since there was no facility she was taken to PGI Hospital at Chandigarh She was then brought to Mumbai to a private hospital at Mulund (west) The Railways have till date paid Rs 95 lakh to the petitioner who incurred a total cost of Rs 1696 lakh thereafter which included the cost of artificial limb The Railways had earlier maintained that the girl had taken unnecessary risk For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBaghdad: The United Nations says there is no end in sight to the humanitarian crisis in Iraq despite recent progress in driving the Islamic State (IS) group from Mosul Representational image Reuters A statement released on Monday says thousands of Mosul residents will likely remain displaced from the city after the fight is concluded because of "extensive damage caused during the conflict" Airstrikes artillery and militant bombings have destroyed thousands of buildings as well as key infrastructure in Mosul Iraq’s interior ministry says more than half of all buildings in western Mosul where the fighting was heaviest were damaged or destroyed More than 800000 people have been forced from their homes since the operation began in October Iraqi forces are still battling the extremists in a small area along the west bank of the Tigris River where Iraqi commanders say hundreds of fighters are using their own families as human shields New Delhi: Suspended wrestler Narsingh Yadav has objected to Sushil Kumar’s appointment as a national observer raising conflict of interest allegations in a letter to the sports ministry Narsingh last week shot off a letter to the Sports Ministry raising question on how Sushil could become a national observer when he is involved with the grooming of wrestlers at the Chhatrasal Stadium’s akhada which is run by his father-in-law Satpal "Narsingh has written a letter to the Sports Ministry raising objection on Sushil being a national observer According to Narsingh Sushil would favour his students from Chhatrasal as a national observer" a top Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) official in know of things told PTI File photo of Narsingh Yadav AP "Narsingh has claimed that being a national observer while training kids in his akhada is conflict of interest" Sushil India’s one double Olympic medallist is among 14 Olympians appointed by the Sports Minister as national observers for their respective disciplines earlier this year Narsingh also questioned how Sushil has been appointed observer despite allegations of sabotage levelled against him before Rio Olympics Narsingh has been suspended on charges doping for four years "Narsingh has also apparently written about his doubts over Sushil’s alleged sabotage attempt in spiking Narsingh’s food and drinks before the Olympics and the resultant four- year suspension on him from wrestling" the official claimed When Sushil was asked about Narsingh’s letter the 34-year- old said: "That is up to him to write to anyone he feels like raising whatever objection I have no hard feelings for anyone or about anything "Moreover I do not understand how it is conflict of interest I am just a national observer whose job is to monitor the sport of wrestling and giving feedback to build a good squad for future Olympics" Sushil said Last year in the run up to the Rio Olympics Narsingh and Sushil were involved in a bitter court battle which was followed by a dope scandal that resulted in the eventual suspension of the former It all started with a tussle for an Olympic berth in the men’s 74kg freestyle category after the WFI reneged on its promise of holding a trial to decide who among Sushil and Narsingh would represent India in the Rio Games In the process Sushil felt short-changed and even took the legal recourse but could not get a showdown with Narsingh as had been promised to him by the federation after an injury prevented him from competing in the Olympic qualifiers Narsingh was picked by the WFI on the basis of him bagging the 74kg Olympic quota berth with a World Championships bronze while Sushil’s demands for a trial were rejected by both Federation as well as the Delhi High Court after a lengthy legal battle However Narsingh’s triumph was short-lived as he failed a dope test conducted by National Anti-Doping 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