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then Justice Mudgal would continue in the position and added that in such a situation, Thereafter,Patkar appeared before the court following summons by the latter. “I’m excited by the opportunity to go up the order again,The law empowers the state government to make an exception in their Rules. with a love for shiny things. In what will go down as a defining moment in the seven decade-long Israel-Palestine conflict, I had the privilege of meeting?” Previous recipients of the honour include Judi Dench,Helena Bonham Carter Gary Oldman and Quentin Tarantino For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: August 10 2016 4:18 pm The Sushila Chanu led side needs to convert every opportunity into a goal as the Australians won’t leave much scope for scoring (Source: PTI) Top News Indian women’s hockey team will take on Australia in the Group B match at Rio 2016 Olympics on Wednesday at 19:30 hrs IST The Indian team will be looking to put behind their lacklustre performance from their last match against Great Britain where they conceded three goals to lose the match They had earlier put up an impressive form against a formidable Japanese side to draw 2-2 A lot was expected from the Indian team but they were no match to a very disciplined Britain unit The first quarter was a quiet one as both teams traded possession and India did well to keep Britain away from the scoring D Even when penetrations happened India defended in numbers to deflect the danger away This however lasted only 15 minutes In the second quarter Great Britain scored And they scored twice within the space of three minutes Lead went up to 3-0 in the third quarter as India failed to put a better defence under pressure The Sushila Chanu led side needs to convert every opportunity into a goal as the Australians won’t leave much scope for scoring The kangaroos are also struggling with their form as they lost to Great Britain and United States in their opening two matches If India are to qualify for the final rounds they need to put up a clinical attacking display in order to outsmart the opponents in their third game Catch all the live updates on Indianexpresscom For live video streaming tune into Star Sports/ Star Sports HD or Hotstar App India women’s hockey team Squad: Sushila Chanu (Captain and Defender) Navjot Kaur Deep Grace Ekka Monika Nikki Pradhan Anuradha Devi Thokchom Savita Poonam Rani Vandana Katariya Deepika (vice-captain) Namita Toppo Renuka Yadav Sunita Lakra Rani Rampal Preeti Dubey Lilima Minz Coach: Neil Hawgood For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: September 5 2016 8:56 pm Top News Virat Kohli has got stiff competition from his peers in international cricket and whoever out of them “masters the mind” best will end up having a better career feels Australian great Ricky Ponting Brett Lee recently said Kohli is best in the business currently ignoring the likes of Steve Smith Joe Root and Kane Williamson His longtime captain Ponting however feels it is still not time to settle the “best batsman” debate “To tell you the truth I don’t really care (who is the best batsmen at the moment) I just love to see all these guys playing (Kohli Smith Williamson and Root) There are a number of current players who are probably on a similar career path” said Ponting who is in India promoting his home state of Tasmania as its brand ambassador “Kohli probably has got age on his side His ODI career till this stage has been incredible We also know what he did in last year’s IPL (hitting four hundreds) He is an ultra-skilled and talented player More importantly he has got the attitude to want to be the best he can be and wants to lead his country in the best way possible “Smith and Williamson are in the same boat Whoever I guess masters the mind games the best will be the one who ends up with the best career record” said the two-time World Cup winning captain further For the record Kohli has hit 37 international hundreds while Root Smith and Williamson have 18 20 and 21 centuries to their names respectively While all four of them have played similar number of Tests Kohli has played ODI cricket a lot more than his contemporaries having already slammed 25 centuries The next question for Ponting was on the Kohli and Sachin Tendulkar comparison The Australian who himself has 71 international tons — second only to Tendulkar said it is too early to compare the two Indians “I would say lets wait till Virat finishes his career Virat is still very young He could have a bad injury tomorrow and not play another game and then probably there will be no comparison with Sachin having played 200 Tests and Virat 50 or 60 odd So there will be no comparison” said Ponting He also gave his thoughts on the proposed two-tier system in Tests but ended up criticising ODI cricket “Look I am all for adding as much context to all formats of the game as possible The Test championship and the two division competition have been talked about for a long time and here we are now still have not been able to come up with the right program “I think the question is more important for ODI cricket than Tests ODI cricket is the format which is lacking the most context at the moment You have a one off series like Sri Lanka played Australia recently It doesn’t mean anything Both teams want to win the series but there is nothing else riding on it It is a great challenge (to come up with the right program for all formats)” said the 41-year-old Ricky Ponting also welcomed Anil Kumble’s appointment as the head coach of the Indian team “Anil’s appointment has been a good one for Indian cricket He has been one of the stalwarts of the game He has obviously had great success both as player and captain I got the chance to work with him at Mumbai Indians He has got great knowledge of the game But it is down to the players to say and comment how great he is a coach From the outside you have no idea” he reckoned Talking about Kohli taking over captaincy in all three formats Ponting said he doesn’t see that happening anytime soon with M S Dhoni still going strong in limited overs format “It is up to the BCCI what they think about having separate captains It also depends on whether Dhoni thinks it is the right time to step aside It doesn’t seem like that he is going to retire anytime soon It seems he has still got the passion and desire to captain India in limited overs format “As far as captaining in all format is concerned I would say it does take a toll on you It (whether you okay with it or not) depends on the kind of character you are as captain Steve Smith is captaining in all three formats It is a great challenge” he said Among other issues concerning international cricket Ponting spoke his mind on day-night Tests and how the modern-day batsmen are not as technically sound as the ones from his playing days “We all know Test cricket has been on the wane in recent times So you have to try something different We have had (day-night Test) once in Adelaide last year “Once again I am all for what fans and administrators think is right for the game If the fans want day night Test cricket then the players and administrators have to do all to deliver it to them “Having said that some players have been a little negative about day night cricket as it is not traditional way the game is played But if fans are telling us that they want something different then it needs to taken seriously I feel more interaction is needed with general public and administrators of the game To me that question (what they want to see) has not yet been answered by the public” felt Ponting On the impact of T20 on the current generation he said: “The Test match techniques of our young players are probably not where it used to be When I played the game I learnt first how not to get out and then accumulate runs These days the guys are not worried about getting out That is why you see some of them struggling in foreign conditions” When asked about Australia’s recent 0-3 defeat against Sri Lanka Ponting said the team will learn from that and will hopefully fare better in the away series against India early next year “If you look at one series in isolation then it looks exceptionally bad But at the end of the day the Australian team has been number one two or three in the last 10 years with the currently being the World Cup holder in ODIs “Now we have bounced back to win the ODI series in Sri Lanka (4-1) Trust me it is not all doom and gloom We have seen very talented players from Australia in the last two-three seasons So it is as bad people would like to think We are playing India later in the season once again it will be a great challenge for Australia” he added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 20 2016 11:16 am The final act came when the fastest man who ever lived anchored Jamaica to the 4×100 metres relay title to claim an unprecedented third successive sweep (Source: Reuters) Top News An epic Olympic journey that started on a balmy Beijing evening when a 21-year-old stunned the world by smashing the 100 metres world record came to an end after nine finals and nine gold medals in Brazil on Friday night In the intervening eight years Usain Bolt has enthralled hundreds of thousands in stadiums in Beijing London and Rio as well as billions around the world on television bestriding his sport and the Games like a colossus The final act came when the fastest man who ever lived who will be 30 on Sunday anchored Jamaica to the 4×100 metres relay title to claim an unprecedented third successive sweep of all three Olympic sprint titles – the triple-triple Ahead of Bolt is another year of competition leading up to the world championships in London followed by retirement “I just have mixed feelings now” he told reporters “Relief I’ve had all this pressure over the years… I will definitely miss the sport miss the Olympics because it’s the biggest stage “Not going to miss these interviews I’ve done like 500 since I’ve been here But I’m definitely going to miss the crowd and the energy and just the competition “I love competing So I’m going to miss all of that But it’s been a great career I’ve done all I can do I’ve proven to the world I’m the greatest in the sport so it’s mission accomplished pretty much” For Bolt it was a particular pleasure to sign off with former world record holder Asafa Powell his training partner Yohan Blake and Nickel Ashmeade as part of a team representing their country “I love competing with the team because in this sport you’re always by yourself so competing with four of the best in Jamaica is always wonderful” he added “I try to live up to my country’s needs and I’ve always tried to be the best ambassador I can be for my country… “I’ll continue doing that even after I retire from sport I’ll continue to uplift my country” There are fears that without by far its best known name and with the doping scandal continuing to hang over it like a black cloud the sport of athletics may spiral into a serious decline Bolt who has never failed a dope test unlike five athletes in just the American and Jamaican teams in Friday’s relay final had a more upbeat assessment “I think we’ve been through some rough patches but we’re on the right track with the youngsters that we have” he said “We only can go up now the bad times are behind us… we just put the bad times behind us and move forward but I think we’re going in the right direction now” As for the future for Bolt himself he said he was looking forward to getting “a lot of love” when he gets back to Jamaica and would then start thinking about his post-athletics life “I have to make a new bucket list now” he said “I’ve accomplished what I wanted to in track and field I just have to make new goals and a new bucket list but first I just want to go on vacation and relax” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: September 6 2015 12:53 pm Alyssa Milano who married David Bugliari six years ago said they will “work” on their relationship as she believes it’s all worth it (Source: Reuters) Related News Actress Alyssa Milano says divorcing her husband David Bugliari will never be “an option” for her as the couple will always work hard on their relationship The 42-year-old “Charmed” star who married Bugliari six years ago said they will “work” on their relationship as she believes it’s all worth it reported Female First “(Marriage is) work and there’s no one I’d rather put in the work with The most important thing is to laugh If you can laugh with someone you can get through anything” she said Share This Article Related Article The actress said she has made a conscious decision to terminate her role in “Mistresses” so she can spend more time with her husband and their two children Milo and Elizabella “It’s hard enough to have a successful marriage in this industry I’m not going to take my kids away from my husband for four months and move to Vancouver” she said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express AppBy: Reuters | Chapeco | Published: December 17 2016 8:06 pm Alan Ruschel was one of only six survivors on the plane which crashed into the mountains near Medellin REUTERS Top News A Brazilian footballer who survived the air crash that killed most of his team in Colombia last month changed seats at the last minute after a team mate encouraged him to sit beside him he said on Saturday Chapecoense full back Alan Ruschel was sitting near the back of the plane when club director Cadu Gaucho asked him to move on the journey to play in the Copa Sudamericana final “Cadu Gaucho asked me to sit further forward and let the journalists sit together at the back” Ruschel told reporters at his first news conference since the Nov 28 accident “I didn’t want to but then I saw (Jackson) Follman and he insisted that I sit beside him” he added “Only God can explain why I survived the accident He grabbed me and gave me a second chance” Ruschel 27 was one of only six survivors on the plane which crashed into the mountains near Medellin The disaster killed 71 people including almost all the Chapecoense team directors and staff Goalkeeper Follman one of Ruschel’s best friends in the team also survived but had part of his leg amputated He was transferred on Saturday morning via air ambulance from Sao Paulo to a hospital in the club’s home city in southern Brazil “I don’t remember anything about the accident” Ruschel said at the Arena Conda the club’s stadium in Chapeco “When they told me what happened it seemed like a dream a nightmare Little by little they’ve been telling me what happened and I’m starting to understand “I try not to speak of the accident I avoid the news but from the little I’ve seen I think it was greed on the pilot’s art” The pilot of the Bolivian-run LAMIA plane has been accused of taking off without enough fuel for the flight Bolivian authorities suspended the airline’s operating license and replaced the management of its aviation authority to ensure a transparent investigation Ruschel promised to return to Colombia and treat his doctors there to one of the hearty barbecue meals famous in southern Brazil He also pledged to visit every one of the families of his compatriots who died before returning to the small town of Chapeco and continuing with the physiotherapy he needs to get fit again “As a lesson this tragedy teaches that you have to keeping living” he said “Take advantage of some things and do good for others “When I got here today I had the sensation that I was coming home I promise to give lots more happiness to this team With a lot of effort and hard work I am going to be back playing again soon” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsKerala Blasters coach Peter Taylor has left the club by ‘mutual decision’ in what is the first managerial sacking in the Indian Super League’s young history "Kerala Blasters announced that Peter Taylor has left the club with immediate effect following a mutual decision Kerala Blasters thanks Peter for his efforts and contribution during the association Trevor Morgan will presently assume the responsibilities of Kerala Blasters team" the club said in a press release Last year’s finalists lost their fourth match in a row when they went down 3-2 against FC Pune City at The Balewadi on Tuesday evening leaving the team bottom of the table after six league games Peter Taylor ISL Following the loss Taylor had admitted that his team had ‘given themselves a mountain to climb’ and that only a ‘fantastic run of wins’ could save them Taylor has previously managed Sunderland Crystal Palace Hull City and even took charge of the England senior team for a match but it seems that Kerala’s management ran out of patience with the 62-year-old The Blasters still have eight league games left to play before the semifinalists are decided The Kochi-based team had won their first fixture 3-1 against NorthEast United and drew their second game against Mumbai City Taylor had said that he would have taken four points from the first two games in any league but since then things have gone downhill Morgan has led East Bengal to a Federation Cup and Kolkata Premier League championship Kerala Blasters is owned by Sachin Tendulkar (60 percent) PVP Ventures (20 percent) and Muthoot Pappachan Group (20 percent) Written by Shailaja Bajpai | Published: June 9 2011 2:31 am Related News Saturday morning: Manoj Tiwarithe Bhojpuri actor-singerlast in television news when he lost out to Shweta Tiwari (no relative) and that giant of a manthe Great Khalion Bigg Bosssang bhajans at the Baba Ramdev no-food festival The fight against corruption was a religious experience but also a pop show So when Sushma Swaraj danced in protest against the governments brutalitylaterit should have come as no surprise Sunday (very early) morning: Baba Ramdev jumped off the stage when the police stopped the Ramlila show Subsequentlyhe was carried on the shoulders of his supporters before he reappeared on stagedefying the policemen They looked dazed; so would you if you had to beat people off the premises at 2 am From yawn to dawn it carried on The ineptness of the police intervention was all too painfully evident as was Baba Ramdevs elusiveness a talent we would see again Sunday morning: A reporter from a channel whose name was blurred by the tear gas let loose by the police at the Ramlila Groundran after a faster being dragged or carried awayand thrust the microphone into the mans facenot to catch his ragged breath as much as his famous last words This says everything about TV news: always run after the storywhatever it takes The coverage was graphic and danced 360 degrees as the camera people were jostledcrushed and spun out of controlrather like the protesters and the police We had a rude awakening on Sunday morning Operation Midnight Evacuation looked a mess While it shed poor light on the governments panic reactionit also highlighted the medias basic instinctsespecially its annoying habit of replaying the same visualceaselesslyof people being lathi-chargedbeaten upmanhandled If you watch this repeatedly as you tend to during dramatic momentsit magnifies the incident in time and space This creates a long-lasting impressionnot always entirely accurate and incenses shocked viewers Compare this to CNNs or BBCs handling of the violent clashes in the Middle East: visuals are repeated but not in slow motion close-ups with banner headlines Honestlywhile watching the coverage of the police actionfollowed by the immediate volatile reactions from BJPShanti Bhushan and everyone else who was willing to say that this was an atrocity that it reminded them of the Emergency and nothat is not a new hospital show you began to feel the country was on the brink ofif not in the middle ofa civil warthat the UPA government was about to fall any minute right before your eyes and be carried outgasping into the microphone just like the man we saw a little earlier This sense of breathlessnessof being under siege is frighteningbesides being really exhausting on an early Sunday morning Andwith 24×7 airtime devoted to the dramawheres the news from the rest of the countrythe world Monday morning: News24 had footage of the BJP dharna at Rajghat: they described it as a picnic spot: BJP leaders were seen eating ice creamsleeping soundly while Sushma Swaraj danced This can be interpreted in several ways: it helped her and others remain awakeit entertained the sleepy TV reportersit made for a great visual report and finallyit begged the question: had the fast become just another song and dance reality show Monday afternoon: A shoe was thrown during a Congress press conference at spokesperson Janardhan Dwivedi and the shoeman was assaulted by the mediapersons there This reflected what most of us itch to do: throw a shoethe bookanything at the government and at the media Tuesday evening: Baba Ramdev seen evading the police as he skulked out of Ramlila Grounds dressed in a salwar- kameez CNN-IBNs exclusive footage of the yoga guru put the sequence of events into perspective The entire episode had been marked by showmanship that had descended into farce and everyone came out looking the worse for it [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: March 13 2016 9:03 am A tree uprooted due to heavy rain near rock garden in Chandigarh on Saturday March 12 2016 Express Photo by Sahil Walia Related News TRICITY RESIDENTS who had almost packed up their woollens had to reach for them again Saturday morning as rain accompanied by strong winds and briefly in some parts hail pelted down on the Chandigarh Panchkula and Mohali bringing back a nip in the air after weeks of warm days The Met department said there was “moderate to heavy intermittent rain accompanied by strong winds” But those awake around midnight on Friday heard a howling high speed wind unleash itself on Tricity with full force followed by rain thunder and lightning Although the wind calmed down after a few minutes people woke up to a rainy day broken only by hail in the afternoon The maximum recorded temperature in Chandigarh on Saturday was 207 degree Celsius six degrees below normal So far in 2016 the city has experienced only above normal temperatures Even on Friday the maximum recorded temperature in the city was 276 degrees one degree above normal The minimum recorded temperature was however 164 degrees on Saturday four degrees above normal According to officials from the Chandigarh Meteorological Department there has been an overall dip of three-four degrees in the minimum recorded temperatures in Punjab and Haryana whereas a dip of five- eight degrees has been recorded in the maximum temperatures in the two states Along with Chandigarh areas in Bathinda Mohali Jalandhar Patiala Ludhiana Ambala Gurgaon Faridabad Hisra and Sirsa were also hit by heavy rains and thundershowers on Saturday On Saturday a maximum wind speed of 38 kmph was witnessed in Chandigarh along with a strong hailstorm at around 4:30 PM According to the Met department in the next 24 hours the wind speed is likely to oscillate between 35 kmph to 55 kmph The Chandigarh Meteorological Department has issued an advisory to the farming community Late on Friday night trees were also uprooted in Chandigarh due to the winds A Met official said “Rain and thundershowers can be expected in the city for the next24-48 hours accompanied by hailstorms in certain regions The rain is likely to subside on Monday Clear sky can be expected only after March 15 Cloudy conditions will persist in the city” For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express AppBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: October 14 2016 5:56 pm Kangana Ranaut says for her success doesn’t come with any kind of pressure Top News Kangana Ranaut is hailed as Bollywood’s Queen post her back-to-back successful releases The actress says for her success doesn’t come with any kind of pressure as she feels that failure doesn’t reflect your credibility as an artiste She also said that she doesn’t pick a project thinking that it will elevate her position in the industry “I haven’t set any standards that I have to do this work or this is where I have to go I don’t put that kind of pressure on myself What I tell myself is that I will continue (on the path) I think I am the only top actress probably who has done B-grade films” Kangana told IANS She added: “I don’t see that a certain project can ascend to a certain position You can be giving flops and still be a very valuable artiste and that is the case with me” Coming from a village near Manali Kangana entered tinsel town with no starry connection and went ahead to make a place for herself in Bollywood She proved her talent and versatility with films like “Gangster” “Woh Lamhe” “Life In A… Metro” “Tanu Weds Manu” and “Fashion” There were setbacks as well with films like “Game” “Rascals” and “Katti Batti” But she came back in the game with the release of “Queen” which she followed up with a double blast via “Tanu Weds Manu Returns” The actress is busy shooting for Hansal Mehta’s “Simran” According to reports Kangana will be seen as a 30-year-old divorcee in the movie for which she is currently shooting in Atlanta US Kangana who is known for her brazen honesty feels “it really doesn’t matter what films you do what matters is how you do them” For now the actress is busy with “Simran” and added that she has “signed few films and they are very exciting films lined up so I will take one at a time” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Delhi | Published: December 22 2015 2:20 am Related News Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Monday terminated the services of an assistant professor of Sociology after an inquiry committee set up by the university found him guilty of sexually harassing a foreign scholar He was suspended in August when the matter came to the fore The decision was taken Monday at an emergent meeting of the university’s Executive Council (EC) “A research scholar from Bangladesh who was working under the supervision of the professor had alleged that she was sexually abused by him Subsequently an inquiry was instituted by the Gender Sensitisation Committee Against Sexual Harassment (GSCASH)” said an official source “The GSCASH found him guilty and recommended action against him following which the EC meet was called to take a call on the issue The EC decided to terminate his services with immediate effect” added the source Attempts to reach the professor failed as his phone was switched off Recently Minister of Human Resource Development Smriti Irani had informed the Lok Sabha that 25 cases of sexual harassment were reported from JNU in 2013-2014 This is the highest among 104 higher education institutions according to University Grants Commission (UGC) data The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) had also said that JNU had the highest number of sexual harassment cases While critics had seen this as a case of rising instances of harassment on campus GSCASH representatives had argued that it was a result of JNU “encouraging” the registration of such cases (With inputs from PTI) For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News

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