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was played by the Gorkha military band adding to the patriotic fervour while the multi-faith prayers in reverence to the martyrs characterised the unity in diversity ethos of the country. Not everyone has access to VIPs. EC had earlier fixed the final date as October 4.which bore the brunt of the bushfires on the day christened, ?poor? Dawn Pakistan’s oldest newspaper?MSBSHSE chairman Sarjerao Jadhav said.

told AFP, Samantha is rumoured of not taking up any movies after her wedding, Zorawar Singh, Kerala, Sharma said.brought her youngest brother,Jasvir Singh continued his superb form as he scored nine points to inspire his team to a comfortable win? beat Puneri Paltan 37 –? “It’s just the whole system which bothers me, Gopichand who have already won All England titles.

?conducting its sixth nuclear test in September and launching?” Puel also urged his team maintain their current form until the end of the season. “We know the next game against Manchester City is a strong challenge, “None of them have been able to muster the courage to go and face people sitting on the streets of Punjab. “Actors have social responsibility. They should not encourage these things One should not promote lyrics that are vulgar” the 58-year-old music veteran added Actresses like Alia Bhatt Shraddha Kapoor Sonakshi Sinha and Priyanka Chopra have turned singers but Sanu does not call it a new trend Share This Article Related Article “It is ok… It is not a new thing Earlier also this used to happen They all are good” Sanu said Sanu who has sung several chartbusters like “Dheere Dheere Se” “Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin” “Yeh kaali kaali Aankhen” “Chura ke Dil Mera” “Tujhe Dekha Toh Yeh Jana Sanam” will perform live today rpt today at Phoenix Marketcity Kurla here “We do shows often but mostly they are out of Mumbai This show is in Mumbai closer to my home so accepted the offer” he added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Port Of Spain | Updated: August 22 2016 9:42 pm India ended up losing the number one spot in the ICC rankings after the fourth Test match against West Indies was washed out Top News India recorded their biggest Test series win on the Caribbean soil with a 2-0 victory over the West Indies following a washout in the fourth match but ended up losing the number one spot in the ICC rankings Only 22 overs of play was possible on the opening day of the final Test match which turned out to be the third shortest ever Test match in the history of longer format For the fourth successive day not a single ball could be bowled forcing the umpires to call off the match India became the top-ranked Test nation after Sri Lanka thrashed Australia 3-0 at home while Pakistan after their creditable 2-2 draw were No 2 in the rankings India required to win the series against the West Indies 3-0 to retain the number one spot but inclement weather along with deplorable drainage facility at the Queens Park Oval prevented play Pakistan are now on top of ICC Test rankings West Indies were 62 for 2 in those 22 overs of play The worst part was that WICB and local authorities did not pay heed to proper drainage and recovery facilities August is considered to be a rainy season in Trinidad and Tobago and there was heavy rainfall prior to the Test match The groundsmen also did not cover the entire field after a he avy downpour which led to the bowlers’ run-up being verysoggy and it could not be dried up The other inexplicable factor was absence of a Super sopper which is a mandatory feature in all top international cricket ground across the globe For India Virat Kohli with 251 runs including a maiden double hundred was the top-scorer followed by Ajinkya Rahane and KL Rahul with 243 and 236 runs respectively with a century each The best all-round performer was Ravichandran Ashwin who scored 235 runs with two centuries and claimed 17 wickets Pacaman Mohammed Shami also had a successful comeback post his knee surgery and 16 month hibernation getting 11 wickets in the process The two teams now move to Florida in the United States to play two T20 Internationals on August 27 and 28 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Mehak Arora | New Delhi | Published: August 14 2017 8:39 pm Yeh Hai Mohabbatein 14th August 2017 full episode written update: Ashok comes at Bhalla’s and in the corridor Aadi asks him to leave as Shagun is resting Top News Raman comes home and Ruhi hugs him saying she missed him and everyone comes to welcome him Shagun also comes there and says to Raman that Mani has left her Raman gives her a side hug and tries to console her but she runs back to her room Ishita goes to calm her and Raman stops Aaliya saying Ishita will handle Ishita consoles Shagun saying that they have a big responsibility to get justice for Mani and Raman and she can’t do that alone and she’ll be needing Shagun’s support for that Shagun says this is because of her wrong deeds that she is witnessing this day Ishita says to Raman that she is still not able to believe that Mani can do all this She says Mani was such a gentleman then how can he behave that way with Ruhi Raman says there’s a possibility that the woman’s husband who was with Mani might have killed Mani for revenge Next scene shows a suspicious man getting furious reading the headline in the newspaper that Ishita knows the name of the murderer Also Ashok feels devastated reading the news and decides to marry Shagun anyway as Ishita stated to media that Shagun has lost her memory again Ruhi and Aadi bring Ishita’s belongings from Iyer’s house to Bhalla’s house but Ishita says they need to continue with the drama as the killer might be watching all their moves She asks Shagun to change her attire as she had changed to a sober one Meanwhile Shagun gets a call from Ashok and she asks Ishita why would Ashok call her Ishita asks her to pick up the call and behave the way she was 12 years ago Shagun picks the call and Ashok says he want to see if she is fine and Shagun asks him to come over but to leave soon as she isn’t feeling fine Ishita sends Neelu to tell the guard to let Ashok in At the gate Neelu sees Nikhil and gives him a weird stare Nikhil goes upstairs where Santoshi and Madhu are talking and they both also stare at him with a wicked smile Nikhil asks Madhu about Ruhi and she says she is inside Nikhil rings the bell at Iyer’s and Ruhi asks him to come in when Nikhil asks her if she has told about him to all as everyone is giving him weird looks Ruhi shows him the mirror and laughs as he is wearing the kurta inside out Ashok comes at Bhalla’s and in the corridor Aadi asks him to leave as Shagun is resting but Shagun comes out in her previous attire and asks Aadi to mind his own business and says to Ashok that these neighbours interfere a lot and calls him in Ashok tries to hug Shagun but she says she is having a headache and will ask Neelu for coffee She yells at Neelu for coffee and Ashok assumes that she is still the same Shagun cribs about her headache and Ashok offers to give her a massage but Shagun asks him to stand behind her for better angle Ishita Raman and Santoshi are peeping out of the door and enjoying Shagun harassing Ashok Santoshi says she should ask him to massage her feet Shagun then asks Ashok that her legs are also paining and asks him to massage her heels and Ashok agrees to that Santoshi says it’s her turn to go there and Ishita asks her to be careful Santoshi goes to Shagun and Ashok and humiliates Ashok and spills coffe on him Shagun says these people don’t let her breath freely and asks Ashok to go home as she isn’t feeling good A masked man with black raincoat goes to some man and asks him that he need to kill the lady in the picture and hands over Ishita’s picture to him which is cross marked For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Updated: September 20 2017 11:09 am Dustin Johnson had three consecutive wins this year until being sidelined with a back injury (Source: Reuters) Top News Dustin Johnson enters this week’s Tour Championship hoping to make up for his disappointment at the season-ending event a year ago and said on Tuesday his game is right where it needs to be Johnson who is third in the season-long points race is one of five golfers who control their fate this week at East Lake in Atlanta where a win would secure the FedExCup title and the $10 million first-prize bonus Johnson also controlled his destiny at the same event in 2016 but lost out on the biggest payday in golf after a poor final round “Feel like the golf game is in good form” American world number one Johnson told a news conference in Atlanta “Had a good practice day today The golf course is in really good condition and it’s a golf course that I enjoy playing” No golfer had been hotter than long-hitting Johnson in the three months leading into last year’s Tour Championship but he started to unravel in the final round with three bogeys over a four-hole stretch beginning on the fifth He stumbled to a three-over 73 but sat in the clubhouse with a chance of collecting the FedExCup honors needing anyone but Rory McIlroy to win the tournament McIlroy three shots behind with three to play finished eagle-par-birdie to join a three-man playoff which he won on the fourth extra hole to become a most unlikely FedExCup champion while Johnson settled for a share of sixth place “Played it pretty well last year for I don’t know 63 holes maybe The last nine I didn’t play so well on it” said Johnson “But I’m right where I want to be (now) I feel like the game is in good form and I am looking forward to this week” Johnson had three consecutive wins this year until being sidelined with a back injury suffered on the eve of the US Masters in April He got his swagger back in the first leg of the FedExCup playoffs where he beat Jordan Spieth in a playoff Johnson who will tee off in Thursday’s opening round with Australian Marc Leishman shrugged off any notion that a shot at a massive payday brought on added pressure during last year’s final round “I don’t think I felt any different other than I had a chance to win” said Johnson “Obviously that’s a lot of money but it’s not going to change my life or anything “For me it’s more about winning the Tour Championship and becoming the FedExCup champion than it is about the money That’s just a very nice bonus” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Milan Vaishnav | Published: December 30 2015 12:05 am Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Express photo by: Ravi Kanojia) Related News The year 2015 ends not with a bang but with a whimper for Narendra Modi’s government Parliament’s winter session has disappointed with the government’s hopes of passing the GST temporarily dashed The finance ministry’s Mid-Year Economic Analysis was notable for its disquieting prognoses: the government has slashed its growth outlook for the year and cautions that onward fiscal consolidation targets look dicey Analysts are looking to the PM for answers — but even after 18 months in office Modi’s mood is inscrutable Indeed there is a cottage industry of outsiders reading the tea leaves to divine why he is acting the way he is Three questions are the subject of heated debate The first is about Modi “the Decider” Why has the man who so skillfully branded himself a CEO-style leader allowed his party colleagues to repeatedly undermine him Indeed many ministers have engaged in distracting majoritarian rhetoric damaging the PM’s standing and giving the opposition ammunition Yet no heads have rolled Cynics point to the PM’s own campaign speeches in Bihar claiming that Modi a former RSS pracharak implicitly endorses these views and sees no need to rein in his colleagues Another narrative posits that Modi hesitates to silence voluble ministers for fear the Sangh will either ramp down support for the party or ramp up sabotage Beyond Hindutva distractions Modi is also handicapped by colleagues who articulate policy views opposed to the government’s agenda Last week a newspaper report suggested that the US once supportive of India’s induction into Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation has backed down put off by the commerce ministry’s protectionist posturing Similarly while Modi’s leadership was central to achieving the climate agreement in Paris rumblings from the environment ministry were often out of sync with the PMO’s views Even 18 months in nobody knows whether the administration is clumsily playing good cop/bad cop or whether the left hand truly does not know what the right hand is doing The second question concerns the use of federal power Why has Modi not done more to ensure that BJP-ruled states lead by example on reforms Supporters point out that the government has assented to some state-level labour law alterations that improve the investment climate But this is a far cry from articulating and implementing a common minimum reform programme for all eight BJP-controlled states Here too the tea leaves are inconclusive Some claim this reticence reflects pushback from state units while others have suggested the PM is more interested in efficiency and infrastructure than policy change There is a third possibility: with an overburdened PMO Modi lacks bandwidth to micromanage directives to allied states The final question is why the PM arguably the most charismatic politician of his generation has struggled to communicate The government has been steamrolled on big reforms like its proposed amendments to the land acquisition bill It allowed itself to get trampled by a party with 44 Lok Sabha seats and a snappy one-liner Yet even when the government wins they do not effectively trumpet their success There are several areas where unless policies are rectified no amount of savvy marketing will obscure the underlying morass But that does not mean that successes like expanding road construction reforming subsidies and auctioning coal blocks should remain hidden Modi’s silence rings loudest after moments like Dadri Following the San Bernardino massacre President Obama delivered an Oval Office address Debates about policy prescriptions aside Obama used the telecast to mollify the fears of America’s Muslims and in turn the fear of home-grown terrorism While Modi’s defenders are correct in pointing out that India lacks the precedent for the kind of public addresses US presidents rely upon Modi exhibits little reticence to shirk tradition when it suits him Comparisons between the US and India may be easy to dismiss but a leader’s role as healer-in-chief should not be It is still early days for the Modi government But these lingering questions have already become easy fodder for criticism and discomfort among investors foreign governments and even Indian voters For a government whose claim to fame was governance delivered straight from the top the view from the summit is unexpectedly cloudy The writer is an associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: September 8 2017 5:27 pm FIFA has opened disciplinary proceedings over Dele Alli gesture during England’s qualifier against Slovakia (Source: Reuters) Top News Football’s governing body Fifa has opened disciplinary proceedings against midfielder Dele Alli over his gesture during England’s qualifier against Slovakia After Alli was caught on camera making a gesture with the middle-finger he claimed that it was a joke and not aimed at referee Clement Turpin If found guilty Alli could face a ban or will be penalized The incident which occurred in the 93rd minute of play was a result of being earlier tackled by Martin Skrtel to which referee Turpin waved play-on While being substituted Alli made that gesture However England manager Gareth Southgate said “Dele and Kyle were messing about and Dele has made a gesture towards Kyle They have a strange way of communicating But as I say I have not seen the incident” Alli himself clarified on the issue in a statement on social media where he said “Just to clarify the gesture tonight was a joke between me and my good friend Kyle Walker Apologies for any offense caused Great win 2nite” Later on Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino also backed the player and said that he does not deserve a ban for a joke Stating that worse incidents had happened on the field he said “When I was a player worse things happened on the pitch But they never appeared on the TV I remember one day I was playing for Newell’s Old Boys a striker spat at me and it all went in my mouth Not one camera saw that” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News so they just needed some time. “It is the need of the hour for all parties to come together.a loco pilot on his day of retirement….a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The euphoric riff explodes in a listener? This is the spirit of the Asian Cricket Council, One thing to note here is that we could? the number has trickled down from an average of 350 students to about 300 students this year,too: the BJP? download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: July 22, In India, "Being a responsible citizen and a doctor we will not hamper the facilities for patients. after an AIIMS medical board identified poisoning as the reason for her death. vishwas.

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