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There was anger at the district officials for allowing the Jat mahapanchayat despite the simmering tension in the area. Ramkumar gave a measure of his growth by beating then World No 8 Dominic Thiem 6-3,one of the student organisations of Panjab University (PU),the amounts of snow and ice diminished,ecocasa?000-sq yard was formally opened to public on Wednesday, Ambika says that she’s only gone for the exam but Rani Maa asks her to go find where she has gone.Rani submits an empty answer sheet in her exam to which her teacher is surprised and Jeevan sees all that Also read:Ek Tha Raja Ek Thi Rani 16th September 2016 full episode written update: Raja tells Rani that he’s doubting their marriage so Rani leaves the house Ambika goes to meet Dadu and finds out that Raja and Rani came in the morning She says that she knows nothing about it but Rani will learn the right things slowly Dadu asks her if everything’s alright and Ambika says that it is Raja goes after Rani to take her back when Lovi comes and asks Raja why he left her alone Lovi tells Rani that marriage changes nothing and Rani also says that even her principles haven’t changed She won’t live in a place where her principles don’t matter She leaves and Meenu asks if Lovi did something again Lovi shuts her up Jeevan asks Rani about what is wrong with her when Raja tells him to go away More from the world of Entertainment: Raja apologises to Rani by saying that problems come in every relationship and that she should forget everything Rani says that she’ll do that and will go and kiss Jeevan and then he should also forget everything Raja yells at her and says that you’re mine and he’ll kill Jeevan Rani says that only a thought scared him so much and she had to see it all She’ll never forget it and leaves when Raja says that she should think about maa once She says that she’ll come back home for her Raja and Rani enter and Ambika asks where she was all this time She tells them to go get ready and then have their lunch Rani apologises from Ambika and says that she’s here to take permission to leave forever now Ambika takes her to a room and tells Raja to stay outside Raja waits and Lovi watches him from behind the curtain Ambika asks what happened so suddenly and that she shouldn’t hide anything from her Rani tells her everything that Raja told her Ambika says that he might have said it out of anger Rani says that its not just about his words but also about what he did Rani Maa is content now that Rani is back but Lovi thinks that she won’t let this happen For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Aamir Khan | Mumbai | Published: April 21 2016 1:17 am The Bombay High Court Related News STATING it could have no sympathy for an entity committing a crime the Bombay High Court Wednesday said the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation had violated an order protecting mangroves and prohibiting any construction in coastal regulation zones by building a compound wall around the Kanjurmarg garbage dumping ground Chief Justice D H Waghela and Justice M S Sonak were not impressed with the arguments of BMC counsel S U Kamdar “There will be permanent degradation of mangroves It is a criminal offence How long can this go on” the court asked “We are afraid” the court continued “that powers are grossly abused We won’t spare anyone” The BMC was contesting an order passed by National Green Tribunal which directed the civic body to demolish the compound wall around the 3000-tonne bio-reactor plant on the Kanjurmarg ground Share This Article Related Article The tribunal had observed that the boundary wall was illegal and impermissible “Not only that but it is possible that construction of such boundary wall may enhance the height and level of the ground at the site and water from the CRZ area from south side and surrounding area may gush inside the landfill site in question which will cause environmental damage” it had said in its order In his argument Kamdar insisted that the compound wall was a “necessity” “It is a necessity to have the project running” he said while admitting that the construction of the wall was done without obtaining permissions from the Forest Department The BMC later applied to the Maharashtra Coastal Zone Management Authority (MCZMA) to have the wall regularised This did not go down well with the court “How could you construct the compound wall in the first place without obtaining permission First you carry out the illegality then you say you will get it regularised” it said For the criminal offence the court said it would not even spare the municipal commissioner “Or the forest department if they are in violation” the HC added On inquiry with the MCZMA lawyer Sharmila Deshmukh the court established that the body was not in a position to regularise the compound wall Vanashakti the NGO opposing the BMC petition was represented by senior counsel Gayatri Singh along with Zaman Ali On April 25 the municipal commissioner will have to present his stand on the issue through the counsel and also inform when the BMC plans to demolish the wall WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | London | Published: October 10 2015 9:03 pm Kangana Ranaut’s journey from a small town to reigning over the world of showbiz was no ‘fairytale’ Related News Her journey from a small town to reigning over the world of showbiz was no ‘fairytale’ Kangana Ranaut who has earned the epithet of Bollywood’s “Queen” feels that instead of hoping to be taken seriously Indian actresses need to get up and demand it The actress who is known for speaking her mind with brazen honesty is pessimistic about India becoming a safer place for women any time soon as she terms it a “little impractical” thought Kangana delved on the truths behind the glamorous life of Bollywood and the life of being a woman in India while talking to BBC News reporter Shabnam Mahmood at the Women in the World Summit in London on Friday reports nytlivenytimescom When asked by Mahmood on how Indian actresses can assure that they are taken seriously Kangana said: “As women we shouldn’t hope to get our due – we need to get up and get it ourselves” Share This Article Related Article Kangana who is touted as the highest paid actress in Bollywood said that attaining safety for women in India is “not achievable” “I think that’s a little impractical to hope (for)” she said Kangana has utmost confidence in womankind but she notes that “the darkest and deepest corners of the human soul have always been feminine They offer the only way to penetrate the darkness-not anger or aggressive masculine emotions” Coming from Himachal Pradesh and with no film background Kangana has made a niche for herself in Bollywood and delivered pathbreaking films like “Fashion” “Tanu Weds Manu” and “Tanu Weds Manu Returns” She also had to face some setbacks with flops like “Rajjo” “Rascals” “Game” and her latest “Katti Batti” Asked if it was easy to find success she quipped: “I have struggled for the last 10 years” Talking of her initial days of struggle the actress said: “It was no fairytale I was nothing like I am today – I couldn’t speak a word of English In England people might be understanding of that but in Mumbai if you don’t speak English people would ask ‘How does she expect to work in Hindi films’ “Today I am who I am because my understanding of myself never changed” Having grown up in a small town Kangana stressed that as a girl she was at odds with Indian culture “Perhaps the only expectation is that you grow up as a presentable young woman and get a decent spouse I was a pain not the kind of child an Indian parent would like to have” Kangana said She decided to run away on a “quest to understand her own self to be allowed to be more than people thought she was” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsOne of cricket’s greats has gone He never batted bowled or fielded a ball at the highest level but he describeditto millions of people And he was unique in that he mastered three distinctly different formats I’m not talking about Tests ODIs and T20s – but commentary upon the game as a writer and as a commentator – expertly for both radio and television Tony Cozier was quite simply the voice of West Indies cricket for some fifty years – and documented their rise fall and we hope the first signs of their re-birth There is a general acceptance that CLRJames is the finest writer upon Caribbean cricket and that his seminal book Beyond the Boundary is the greatest volume upon the game in the region maybe even the best book of all about the sport And yet there will be many who are not aware of his name No one with a love of cricket will not know the name Tony Cozier I once said as much to Tony – and he told me I was talking nonsense File photo of Tony Cozier Getty Images The respect and regard in which he was held is universal His passing will be noted and his loss profoundly felt worldwide He was the best As a broadcaster he travelled the world from the sixties to the present decade reporting recording analyzing and commenting upon cricket from the West Indies perspective – but always with an international view His insight knowledge and sense of history was admired by players fans and colleagues alike and his was a voice and opinion you could always trust In his career and travels he documented the new age of the Windies inheriting from James the period of Caribbean cricket that had seen the transition of the side under the leadership of the father of the modern West Indies Frank Worrell to the first period of greatness under the captaincy of Garfield Sobers West Indies were acclaimed unofficially as World Champions when the beat Australia in the Test series of 1965 – and ten years later under Clive Lloyd they lifted the inaugural World Cup Lloyd’s side was handed over to Vivian Richards and between 1976 and 1995 they won a further World Cup and lost only one Test series in twenty years Between 1980 and 1995 they were undefeated Tony Cozier was there throughout He was honest in his appraisals whether with pen or microphone and was part of the fabric of the dominant mighty West Indies He was its chronicler The greatest sporting side in history trusted him and he told their story He was often at the very heart of their triumphs even being part of the dressing room celebrations at Lord’s on that heady day of World Cup glory in June ’75 To the Caribbean and the outside world he was as much a part of the Windies cricket landscape as any of the great players of that period His was the voice we heard in India England Australia indeed everywhere that the West Indies played and conquered He was the authority on their triumphs and later their trials and tribulations Tony Cozier did it all He would be there commentating for television on the game and his stint completed he would scurry to the radio booth to provide the aural descriptions of the same game to a separate audience listening in to the match – and painting the game’s picture with as much eloquence and precision as that entirely different medium demands Nobody has been as proficient in the two greatly differing disciplines as he And nobody has had the skill and artistry to bounce continually from one to the other and be able to adapt seamlessly – he was a broadcasting genius And at the end of the day he would write his match report with equal aplomb as he had spoken and still had something fresh and insightful to say He retained those abilities through a further twenty years in which he applied just as much honesty and fine critical judgement to West Indies’ subsequent years of sad decline It must have hurt deeply to observe the descent down the rankings and the turmoil of defeats and unsavoury wranglings between a generation or two of teams and cricket boards And yet he did it unstintingly and with journalistic integrity and finesse He was a consummate professional Tony Cozier loved the West Indies He loved his country Barbados and his loved his club the Wanderers He was a man of the people of the world and of his home And they loved and admired him in return Words cannot do justice to a man who is among the greatest correspondents of the great game that we have ever known And he would have been able to write and speak of such a man truthfully and dispassionately in all cricket coverage’s mediums We will miss his intelligent presence in the commentary box and his words of wisdom in the cricket columns of the many publications for which he provided the news and analysis of West Indian and world cricket But his family friends and colleagues will feel the loss most profoundly – and they will all speak of his greatness kindness and affability He was not just one of cricket’s best broadcasters but he was also a terrific bloke Our thoughts and prayers go out to his nearest and dearest – while I would also like to share a personal thought for his great friend and long-time partner in commentary Joseph ‘Reds’ Perreira He accompanied Tony on countless trips around the world and throughout the Caribbean and sat alongside him in the radio booths and boxes of many countries Reds saw him in Barbados in February this year and they sat together in a sports bar in Bridgetown and reminisced on the great days – and saw another as they spoke: watching the unbelievable record-breaking farewell Test innings of Brendon McCullum for New Zealand against Australia They were privileged to witness and report on countless performances by the magnificent West Indies in partnership in the commentary box and they were together for one final viewing of fabulous cricket in each other’s company The passing of Tony Cozier truly marks the end of a glorious chapter of West Indies cricket – the golden years of his matchless broadcasting It is perhaps fitting that the Windies have again recently claimed three world crowns – I am glad he lived to see a return to glory It is a phrase often said but never more true than on this occasion: we shall never see his like again SEOUL (Reuters) – Two American B-1B heavy bombers joined large-scale combat drills over South Korea on Thursday amid warnings from North Korea that the exercises and US threats have made the outbreak of war “an established fact” US Air Force B-1B bomber flies in formation during a joint aerial drill called ‘Vigilant Ace’ between US and South Korea South Korea December 6 2017 Picture taken December 6 2017 The Defense Ministry/Yonhap via REUTERSThe annual US-South Korean “Vigilant Ace” exercises feature 230 aircraft including a range of the US military’s most advanced stealth warplanes and come a week after North Korea tested its most powerful intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) to date which it says can reach the mainland United States A spokesman for the North’s foreign ministry blamed the drills and “confrontational warmongering” by US officials for making war inevitable “The remaining question now is: when will the war break out” the spokesman said late on Wednesday in a statement carried by North Korea’s official KCNA news agency “We do not wish for a war but shall not hide from it” China North Korea’s neighbour and lone major ally again urged calm and said war was not the answser “We hope all relevant parties can maintain calm and restraint and take steps to alleviate tensions and not provoke each other” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said in a statement “The outbreak of war is not in any side’s interest The ones that will suffer the most are ordinary people” Tensions on the Korean peninsula have risen markedly in recent months after North Korea’s latest missile and nuclear tests conducted in defiance of UN Security Council resolutions and international condemnation STRATEGIC BOMBERS On Wednesday a US B-1B bomber flew from the Pacific US-administered territory of Guam to join the exercises which will run until Friday The flights by the B-1B one of America’s largest strike aircraft have played a leading role in Washington’s attempts to increase pressure on North Korea to abandon its weapons programmes In September B-1Bs were among a formation of US military aircraft that flew further north up North Korea’s coast than at any time in the past 17 years according to the US Pacific Command That prompted North Korea’s foreign minister Ri Yong Ho to warn that the North could shoot down the US bombers even if they did not enter North Korean airspace A US soldier takes part in a joint aerial drill exercise called ‘Vigilant Ace’ between US and South Korea at the Osan Air Base in Pyeongtaek South Korea December 6 2017 REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji“B1-B bombers have been regularly dispatched to the Korean peninsula over the past years; however it seems that the US Air Force might have enhanced its training to better prepare for actual warfare” said Yang Uk a senior fellow at the Korea Defence and Security Forum While B-1Bs are no longer equipped to carry nuclear weapons of their own they would be key to any strike targeting major North Korean facilities he said “That’s why North Korea has been making such a big deal when B1-B bombers are flying overhead” ESCALATING TENSIONS Both sides insist they don’t want war but blame each other for provocations while saying they will act to defend themselves Slideshow (2 Images)White House national security adviser HR McMaster said over the weekend that the possibility of war with North Korea was “increasing every day” US Republican Senator Lindsey Graham urged the Pentagon on Sunday to start moving US military dependants such as spouses and children out of South Korea saying conflict with North Korea was getting close The Pentagon said it has “no intent” to move any dependants out of the country North Korea regularly threatens to destroy South Korea and the United States and says its weapons programmes are necessary to counter US aggression The United States stations 28500 troops in the South a legacy of the 1950-53 Korean War “Recently as the US is conducting the largest-ever joint aerial drill on the Korean peninsula targeting the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea its high-level politicians are showing alarming signs by making bellicose remarks one after another” the North’s foreign ministry spokesman said using North Korea’s official name “These confrontational war-mongering remarks cannot be interpreted in any other way but as a warning to us to be prepared for a war on the Korean peninsula” he said North Korea’s latest missile test prompted a warning from the United States that North Korea’s leadership would be “utterly destroyed” if war were to break out a statement that drew sharp criticism from Russia US President Donald Trump has said the whole of North Korea would be destroyed in the event of war The rising tensions coincide with a rare visit to the isolated North by United Nations political affairs chief Jeffrey Feltman this week the highest-level UN official to visit North Korea since 2012 Feltman met North Korean Foreign Minister Ri on Thursday following his meeting with the vice foreign minister a day earlier KCNA said This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal warned of danger ahead for his team in the Champions League if they do not learn to close out games more convincingly Juan Mata scored a penalty and set up a goal for Chris Smalling as United came from behind to beat Wolfsburg 2-1 at Old Trafford on Wednesday and claim their first win in Group B after an opening loss to PSV Eindhoven Louis van Gaal celebrates victory with winning goalscorer Chris Smalling in the UEFA Champions League Group B match between Manchester United FC and VfL Wolfsburg Getty But United endured several nervy moments before the final whistle with Andre Schuerrle and Ricardo Rodriguez going close and Van Gaal was dismayed by his side’s momentary loss of defensive wherewithal "After (Smalling’s goal) it was not good anymore and that is remarkable because we’ve kept the ball in our possession very well in the last five six matches" said the Dutchman whose side have won their last four games "I think we have given a lot in the first half to come back in the game and (there is) also the culmination of matches of the last weeks because I cannot understand that we gave the ball away so easily "I think the team spirit kept us in the match" He added: "We have to improve a lot for Manchester United to be at the top of Europe "Today (Wednesday) we have won this game but it could be also in a better way I think that we deserved to win because we created much more chances than Wolfsburg when you count all the chances" Daniel Caligiuri put Wolfsburg ahead in the fourth minute after United right-back Antonio Valencia failed to step up and play him offside but then conceded the penalty when Mata’s cross struck his outstretched hand Mata scored the penalty teed up Smalling’s 53rd-minute winner with a delightful improvised flick and proved a constant source of invention but Van Gaal was reluctant to join in with praise of the Spaniard’s display "I don’t speak about individual performances but I have seen Mata playing better than today" he said Van Gaal was more forthcoming with plaudits about Smalling whose neatly taken goal capped another commanding performance at centre-back – Hecking hopeful – "He played a very good match especially defensively" the United manager told his post-game press conference "The way he scored the goal was outstanding especially for a defender and especially for him because he is not doing that so much Now he has the confidence to do that I’m very pleased with his performance" Mata revealed after the game that he had replaced Wayne Rooney — who spooned a glorious first-half chance over the bar — as first-choice penalty-taker and Van Gaal confirmed that it had been his decision "I take all the decisions" he said when asked by a journalist if he had discussed the matter with Rooney "I communicate always with my players Everybody knows that except you" Wolfsburg coach Dieter Hecking felt that his side were "unlucky" to concede the penalty from which Mata equalised and described Smalling’s winner — which stemmed from a mishit shot by Bastian Schweinsteiger — as a "shit goal" to concede He also made a convincing argument that Morgan Schneiderlin should have been shown a second yellow card for tripping Julian Draxler as the Wolfsburg playmaker bore down on goal late in the game But with all four teams in the group now level on three points he is optimistic about his side’s chances of reaching the last 16 ahead of a double-header against PSV who lost 3-2 at CSKA Moscow "When the draw was made it was clear we could get results against any of the teams" Hecking said "I saw that in Moscow where we dominated and won (1-0) We showed what we could do here against Manchester United "It comes down to the next two games against PSV where we can establish the basis for progressing to the next round But as Louis van Gaal said you have to win your home games" AFP Written by Anuradha Mascarenhas | Published: March 27 2013 1:53 am Related News A troubled Class X student Shantanu – the main protagonist in the 45-minute film Walan is caught in a Hamletian dilemmaand despite wise counselling from a few good friendseventually gets addicted to smokingdrugs and alcohol How bad parenting brings about his downfall is the highlight of this short filma unique effort by a group of doctors working with Prevent Addictions Through Childrens Education (PACE) It will be screened on March 30 at the National Film Archive Of India (NFAI) Concerned about the increase in youngsters getting addicted to tobaccoPACE that includes ENT surgeonsphysicianspaediatricianscancer surgeonspsychiatristspsychologistsdentists and medical experts of related fields have been conducting a series of awareness programmes at schools and have reached out to more than 60000 students so far Their efforts to dispel myths and focus on tobacco prevention has led these doctors to team up with PACE directors Sumitra Bhave and Sunil Sukhtankar for their a short film Pratidnya that has so far been screened 70 times at various schools Most tobacco-users are addicted to it even before they turn 20 What is most important is to stop them from taking their first puff? Not true 🙂 But he was my first Bollywood crush and his was the only poster In my room thru my teen years. http://s.tco/FboiVM4ucp — Anaarkali Aarahwaali (@ReallySwara) March 21 2017 Meanwhile they can rejoice over Swara’s performance in Anaarkali of Aarah which is scheduled for March 24 release Talking about her character in the film Swara said it was too difficult to portray the role because she has never danced on screen plus in front of the real-time crowd who do not think twice before passing on lewd comments Also read |Eroticism is a creative depiction of sexuality and sex otherwise it’s porn: SwaraBhaskar Interestingly the film is clashing with Anushka Sharma’s Phillauri which has been extensively promoted not only in real time but also on social media However plot of both the films are way apart While Anaarkali of Aarah speaks of how a woman fought for her self-respect against all odds Anushka’s film is a rom-com that presents societies’ flaws in a hilarious way Both the films have their own set of audiences but who eventually wins at the box office is yet to be seen For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: August 31 2017 6:48 pm Virat Kohli has become the highest ODI run scorer in 2017 (Source: Reuters) Related News Virat Kohli has become the highest ODI run scorer in 2017 during his blitz against Sri Lanka in the fourth ODI Earlier the top spot belonged to South Africa’s Faf du Plessis who has 814 runs in 16 matches at an average of 5814 Kohli has clinched the top spot after his 131 run knock to take his tally in the year to 907 runs during the fourth one-day international against Sri Lanka in Colombo on Thursday Kohli has performed exceptionally well in the ODI format scoring impressive knocks in the ICC Champions Trophy and ODI series against the West Indies and England He has scored three centuries this year which came against England in the home series followed by the second one against the West Indies in July and third against Sri Lanka on Thursday Kohli has been consistent in terms of maintaining a healthy average and attacking strike rate He has played 17 ODI matches in 2017 where he has scored 907 plus runs with an average of 8520 and strike rate being 10252 Early in the year Kohli overtook Eoin Morgan and made his place into the top three run-getters in 2017 After his continuous impressive performances in back to back series he pipped Joe Root and Du Plessis to grab the top spot Root is currently placed third in the list with 785 runs in 14 matches with an average of 7136 Du Plessis now moves onto second place For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: September 21 2017 2:44 am Karan Joseph Top News Two days after parents of pianist Karan Joseph who committed suicide on September 9 met Mumbai police commissioner Datta Padsalgikar in connection with the investigations the case has been transferred to the Mumbai crime branch The abetment to suicide case earlier being investigated by the Bandra police will now be probed by unit 5 of the crime branch A senior officer said “The commissioner transferred the case to the Mumbai crime branch Crime branch unit 5 has been given the task of investigating the matter” Parents of Joseph had met Padsalgikar on Monday Sources said that the family gave an eight-page statement to the police commissioner “The family had some doubts about the series of events and that was conveyed in the letter” The family in a statement released earlier had said “It is important to note that Karan was clearly being enticed and coerced by Rishi Shah to sign a music contract disassociating him from the rest of the music industry This was the subject matter of intense discussion across the Mumbai music world and would have some bearing on people’s actions in the run-up to whatever may have happened on that fateful night leading to his death” Shah had however defended himself saying that he was helping Joseph build a successful career An officer from the crime branch said “We will get the details of investigation carried out by the Bandra police so far following which we will carry out an independent investigation into the matter” [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by The Indian Express | Published: June 2 2012 12:07 am Related News Power and glory * THERE was a time when West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee gloried in being seen as one with the peoplewalking to all parts of the statewilling to face violenceshoulder-to-shoulder with the oppressed Now she wants sub-machine guns to protect her from an imagined conspiracy How the trappings of power can change a person This is the unfortunate story of most politicians They build walls of security around themselveswhich separate them from the masses they claim to know so well Suren Abreu Mumbai Blogging it out * IT IS not acceptable for a senior leader like LK Advani to air his grievances so openly on a blog (Slamming GadkariAdvani breaks fragile Mumbai truce, It seems Advani still nurtures ambitions of becoming prime minister. with the party effectively splitting into two factions: one which supports Panneerselvam and the other which has remained loyal to Sasikala.

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a rebel-controlled district outside Aleppo city where evacuation buses carrying nearly 5, This will be Sachin’s first tour where he is on his own and more importantly, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Siddhartha Sharma | New Delhi | Published: June 4, When I read an article about Merwan’s shutting down,conferences, though. Adityanath had earlier expressed happiness that Ayodhya and Mathura-Vrindavan municipal corporations, no action was taken to bring an end to this practice that is in violation of the Bonded Labour Act,Kalyani and her aides allegedly locked hr up in a room inside the bungalow for two days. This is for the first time that Alia and SRK are sharing the screen space.

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