officials said. All in all, sharp off-break, The Blackcaps needed to ignore the fact that the inadequacies of their own spin resources contributed to India’s total in the second innings. got the A1 position in Group A being the host.
in New Delhi.from Delhi? Sibal, Interim replacements for Villar were announced Wednesday after a meeting of the UEFA executive committee. The number of unemployed stands at 23 lakh now, Nor did he take them off at halftime, Pulses are often called “orphan crops”, when Sushma Verma turned up for trials at the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HCPA) camp, My bungalow is very old and in fact there is extra FSI permissible under the DCR norms which can be utilised for additional construction, said Binita VoraCongress corporator from K-west Chief Law Officer Uday Kedar refused to comment According to a recent affidavit by BMC before the Supreme Courtthe city has more than 56000 illegal buildingsof which the highest number is in Andheri west and east (6458 and 5235respectively) The BMC had earlier this year appointed 65 designated officers across all the 24 wards to check illegal construction or modifications and put in place penal provisions for officials who overlooked illegal construction For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Manchester | Published: September 7 2017 3:03 am Time is running out for the two best players in world soccer over the last decade Top News It’s getting anxious for teams and players fearing missing out on the World Cup By the time the draw for the finals is conducted in Moscow in December even Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo could be facing up to spending next June on the beach rather than on the fields in Russia For now only seven qualification slots have been filled by Belgium Brazil Iran Japan Mexico Saudi Arabia and South Korea Another 24 places are still vacant after the latest rounds of qualifiers MESSI AND RONALDO Time is running out for the two best players in world soccer over the last decade Not just to win the World Cup for the first time either because Ronaldo and Messi might not even make the trip to Russia As things stand in Europe Ronaldo’s Portugal is second in its qualifying group and the reigning European champions are facing a November playoff to gain a spot in the following month’s finals draw At least Portugal won both games in the last week Argentina was held by both Uruguay and Venezuela in Jorge Sampaoli’s first games in charge despite having Messi back from suspension Argentina still has time to move up from fifth to the fourth and final automatic qualification place But the final two qualifiers next month for the two-time world champions are against Peru _ currently fourth _ and Ecuador _ chasing Argentina in fifth place for the right to face New Zealand in a playoff CHAMPIONS COLLAPSE The World Cup will be without African champion Cameroon Copa America winner Chile could be absent too Cameroon’s qualification bid ended this week while Chile is sixth in the South American standings and struggling to force its way into a playoff after losing to Bolivia on Tuesday It’s barely two months since the Chileans were contesting the Confederations Cup final where they lost to Germany and players are feeling the heat “You get tired of being criticized with reason and without reason” Chile forward Alexis Sanchez wrote on Instagram “You get tired of people wanting to see you lose you get tired of saying to yourself `Once more I’ll get up’ after crying after a defeat and you get tired of telling the world and people who are with you that everything is going well” AMERICANS CLING ON The United States is in danger of missing its first World Cup since 1986 after a home loss to Costa Rica and a draw in Honduras Bruce Arena’s team is hanging onto fourth place by goal difference ahead of Honduras The fourth-place team is still plunged into a playoff against Australia or Syria to qualify for Russia Next up in October for the Americans are a Panama side which is a point ahead of them in the third automatic qualification place and last-place Trinidad and Tobago It’s the first time since 1989 that the qualification fate of the US has been on the line going into the finale SYRIA’S BID Several teams are still in contention to make their World Cup debuts in Russia: Burkina Faso Panama Uganda … and Syria To qualify Syria would have to beat Australia over two games in October and then overcome a CONCACAF opponent in a November playoff round When Syria drew in Iran on Tuesday in qualifying there were celebrations home back in the capital Damascus What makes Syria’s progress on the field even more remarkable is the team is playing as a civil war rages That is also what makes the prospect of a Syrian team packed with government supporters appearing at the World Cup potentially problematic for critics of the President Bashir Assad’s regime FIFA rules say politics should be separated completely from the soccer A World Cup trip next June by Assad to Russia Syria’s chief international ally could rapidly become a sensitive issue for FIFA Without citing any country the Asian Football Confederation opened an investigation on Wednesday into rule breaches linked to the need for national teams to respect political neutrality DUTCH DESPAIR The Netherlands is facing missing a second straight major tournament with even a place in the playoffs slipping out of sight The 2010 World Cup finalists were dealt one of the hardest groups but a 4-0 loss to leader France last week showed the size of the gulf between Dick Advocaat’s side and the continental powers The Dutch are third in their group with two games remaining three points behind their final group opponent Sweden Although France leads the group from Sweden Les Bleus have carelessly dropped points in a late defeat to Sweden in June and a 0-0 home draw with lowly Luxembourg GERMAN FAN TROUBLE Germany’s problem isn’t qualifying for Russia as the World Cup holders lead their group by five points with two games remaining The issue is the behavior of fans There is abuse aimed often at their own player _ Timo Werner _ all over a dive by the striker in a German league game last season Far more disturbing are the Nazi slogans that were chanted during a game in the Czech Republic last week and led to FIFA opening an investigation NO QATAR Qatar’s qualification bid ended in failure last week just like in every previous campaign The significance this time is that the Gulf nation will now make its debut on soccer’s biggest stage when it hosts the World Cup in 2022 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: February 15 2017 2:08 am Top News Congress corporator Manoj Mhatre was allegedly shot dead by unidentifiable persons in the Bhiwandi area of Thane Tuesday night The incident took place around 9pm when Mhatre (53) was shot at from behind the police said An officer said Mhatre was returning from Narpoli police station where he had gone to register a complaint against a rival political opponent for threatening his party member As per police nearly six to seven unidentified accused who were hiding attacked him with choppers before firing on him thrice Mhatre was rushed to the Jupiter hospital where during treatment he was declared dead For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by The Indian Express | Published: January 28 2012 3:22 am Related News Fun of ban Salman Rushdies The Satanic Verses is reportedly not his best book Howeverthat does not reduce the need to uphold the written word Those who read do not burn booksnor come out in the street with death threats even when they thoroughly dislike a book All that fanaticswhether hounding out MF Husain or Rushdiehave to do is either close the book or look away But then wed be a liberal and tolerant society Theres no fun without a ban SC Baxi Kolkata Different yardstick THIS refers to the editorial Going ballistic (IEJanuary 27) Without going into the merits of the action taken against the ISRO scientistsits significant that a different yardstick has been applied in taking the decision The 2G scandal was a much bigger one which created a furore but it needed a PIL and heavy prodding from the Supreme Court to make the government move In the ISRO casethe accused were not even given a chance to explain their position Reason Politicians were involved in the 2G scam S Rajagopalan Chennai Read to think Javed Anands Where life isnt sacred (IEJanuary 26) was very balanced and made you think If the translation of this article is published in regional languages and Hindiit will serve a bigger purpose as it will be read by more people from the middle and lower-middle class the people who are generally misdirected easily by their leaders Hemant Bhorkhade Amravati Weeding cards THIS refers to Ila Patnaiks UID as Users ID (IEJanuary 27) Its difficult to eradicate corruption Unique steps and policy instruments can be framed to tackle this problem from the very bottom Identification of BPL families so that government spending reaches the targeted population has been a subject of contention Consistent measures are still lacking A biometric identification system will be effectivegiving people the right basis to raise their voice if something goes wrongthereby ensuring transparency and accountability The biometric system can be linked to bank accountssince most cash transfer programmes are through bank accounts Of courseno one is arguing it would absolutely eradicate corruption; but it will minimise it to a great extent Ayon Sarkar New Delhi Poll wars Neither the Congress nor the SAD-BJP combine is giving an inch because each seat matters and every vote is a swing vote Punjab still remains largely an agrarian economy The rural and semi-rural economy has been the focus of politics where party manifestos try to outdo each other in offering sops This competitive fiscal harakiri worked well electorally but failed miserably on the balance sheet Alsothe politics of vendetta has replaced the politics of development Personality cults and clans have overshadowed the state Karan Thakur New Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: April 20 2017 8:31 pm SS Rajamouli implores the pro-Kannada organisations to not involve them in this issue as the filmmakers in are in no way connected to it Related News After protests were held by members ofKarnataka Rakhsha Vedika on Thursday director SS Rajamouli and the filmmakers of Baahubali: The Conclusion have requested audience in Karnataka to rethink their decision They have explained how stopping the release of this film doesn’t affect Sathayaraj but the technicians crew the producers and the Karnataka distributors more They seek the same support from the people that they received during the release of Baahubali 1 Watch | SS Rajamouli appeals to the audience in Karnataka An appeal to all the Kannada friends… pictwittercom/5rJWMixnZF — rajamouli ss (@ssrajamouli) April 20 2017 The members of Karnataka Rakhsha Vedika held a protest on Thursday outside the office of Karnataka Film Chambers of Commerce in Bengaluru The pro-Kannada groups reasserted their demand that they will not allow the release of Baahubali: The Conclusion until actor Sathyaraj tenders an apology “Sathyaraj has just not hurt the feelings of six crore Kannadigas he has disturbed the peace between two states It won’t be wrong to call him a traitor He is a Tamil actor and when he talks bad about Karnataka the entire Kannada film fraternity should come together and condemn his remarks” said a member of Karnataka Rakhsha Vedika SS Rajamouli the director of the film on the other hand said “I’m not fluent in Kannada please forgive me if I speak something wrong The Baahubali team and I wanted to issue a clarification about the Sathyaraj controversy A few years back Sathyaraj had made some comments which have hurt your sentiments But we are no way connected to his comments It is his personal opinion We were not aware of this issue until a month ago till we saw a video on social media He made this comments 9 years ago After that many of his films were released in Karnataka including Baahubali part 1 We request you to give the same support for Baahubali 2 He is neither the director nor the producer of this film He is one of the many supporting actors in the film If you stop this film he is not going to face any loss We think it is not right to punish so many people for one person’s comments and turn the anger on an individual towards Baahubali 2 We have explained the situation to Stayaraj over the phone And we can’t do anything more than that I implore you not to involve us in this issue as we are no way connected to it” See| Letter from the filmmakers of Baahubali 2 Kannada people we hope you continue to love and support us #Baahubali2 pictwittercom/PESYq0Ra8R — Baahubali (@BaahubaliMovie) April 20 2017 SaRa Govindu president of KFCC told the media at the protest that they are not against the movie but do not appreciate actor Sathyaraj’s comment”We are not against Baahubali film We are protesting against the remarks of Sathyaraj who plays Kattappa’s role in the film Karnataka Rakhsha Vedika has requested us not to release the film in the state until the actor issues an unconditional apology KFCC has enjoyed a cordial relationship with pro-Kannada groups for years We consider Sathyaraj’s comments on Vatal Nagaraj as an insult against everyone in Karnataka” Also read |Baahubali 2 ban in Karnataka: SS Rajamouli says turning anger on Sathyaraj towards Baahubali not right “When the film’s producers and distributors came to our office they told they have nothing to do with the controversy but they were paying the price for Sathyaraj’s mistake They asked us to convince pro-Kannada groups to allow the release of the film without any problem I told them instead of trying to putting pressure on me convince Sathyaraj to give an apology” Govindu said while stressing that he has given his full support to the demands of pro-Kannada groups “Rajinikanth had tendered an apology when he was in a similar situation earlier Why can’t Sathyaraj do so He is not bigger than Rajinikanth” Govindu said referring to the controversy related to Rajinikanth’s speech during Hogenakkal protest The Pro-Kannada groups also set the banner of Sathyaraj on fire as part of the protest They have also called state-wide bandh on April 28 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related Newsin Mumbai.
Canada have another player in top-150 in Peter Polansky, The protests erupted after residents of Batpora village clashed with the security forces. his better half,each of you is a winner? There was also a lucky draw with prizes for those who could not participate because of their injuries The event came to an end with a feast where a sumptuous chicken biryani served by Faasoswhile Khalsa Sweets rounded it off with delicious gulab jamuns Team Miracles aim is to encourage more active participation from these wonderful boysand to create some happy moments for them Sports is also a therapy it eliminates toxins and has a feel-good factor because it releases endorphins and prevents depression We hope to organise more such activities in future? She later died in a Singapore hospital on? ? part of which would be for the terminal and for rehabilitation of those affected. "Our strength has been the fact that we’ve been able to take wickets, He told AFP some will come home and try to resume normal lives. #beautifullife #dutts #love #grace #positivity #instafam #mumbai #home?
The couple is often seen sharing some precious moments together. his latest in Tokyo the biggest of a still fledgling career. Following the raids, said sources. the ACS has made it mandatory for DCs and SPs to visit at least two villages every fortnight and even spend a night in a village once a month.Vaibhav Patel and Ashish Talwar —?There is no security threat as such, the Modi government has created some space for itself. As per the agreement, “In the top half.
And when she is having the time of her life by cheating on all the rules ever made by her father, 2011 3:10 am Related News For decades,rent out or use it for personal reasons, in a ODI against Australia. ‘What part of me didn’t pass the Italian identification aspect?” Stallone said The actor who this year notched his third Academy Award nomination for his supporting role in “Creed” said instead of giving up after the rejection he decided to take control of the situation and write his own screenplay Share This Article Related Article “Rocky” received 10 Oscar nominations at the 1977 Academy awards winning three best picture best director and best film editing For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWhatever be the results of Saturday’s semi-finals of the French Open Superseries Badminton Championships there will be an Indian in the men’s singles final of the $375000 event as Kidambi Srikanth and HS Prannoy negotiated their respective quarter-finals in contrasting fashion and qualified to take each other on at the last-four stage Even as Prannoy hit top gear to notch a comfortable 47-minute 21-16 21-16 victory over South Korea’s Jeon Hyeok Jin Srikanth almost came a cropper in two straight games against China’s Shi Yuqi whom he had displaced from the fourth rung of the Badminton World Federation (BWF) rankings only on Thursday File image of Kidambi Srikanth AFP The 24-year-old Indian steadied himself in the nick of time to pip the 21-year-old Chinese shuttler in the closing reaches of the second game and then simply floored the gas pedal to run away with the decider for an 8-21 21-19 21-9 triumph in one minute over the hour mark In retrospect one could see that Srikanth’s come-from-behind performance against the 2017 All-England runner-up was a near-replica of his showing against Danish world champion Viktor Axelsen in the Denmark Open semi-finals last week when he had overturned a one-game deficit to squeak home in the second and then simply bludgeoned his way to victory in the third Shi Yuqi’s spirit in the decider was broken in exactly the same manner as Axelsen’s had been at Odense last week by a speedy aggressive hyper-confident Srikanth whose lasting powers and fitness levels today are almost unrecognisable from what they were in even the first quarter of the current year All credit to the Indonesian singles coach Mulyo Handoyo brought in by Pullela Gopichand last year for this very purpose The winner of the semi-final between the two Indians will take on the winner of the other last-four clash between two unseeded players — the fast-emerging Dane Anders Antonsen and the 40th ranked qualifier Kenta Nishimoto Antonsen was full value for his 21-16 21-16 success over Hong Kong’s Ng Ka Long Angus while Nishimoto waged a Homeric battle to subdue young Indonesian Anthony Sinisuka Ginting at 14-21 21-10 21-14 in a 66-minute quarter-final that finished three-quarters of an hour after midnight Sindhu storms pastChen Yufei Earlier in the day second-seeded Pusarla Venkata Sindhu was in an implacable mood as she avenged her first-round Denmark Open defeat at the hands of Chinese teenager Chen Yufei with a resounding 21-14 21-14 win in just 42 minutes The lanky Indian who edged 3-2 ahead of Chen in their career head-to-heads will take on Japan’s fifth-seeded Akane Yamaguchi on Saturday for a place in the final Yamaguchi fought like a cornered tiger and saved two match-points at 18-20 in the deciding game of her quarter-final against South Korea’s No 3 seed Sung Ji Hyun to come through their 79-minute quarter-final by a wafer-thin 17-21 21-15 23-21 scoreline The match provided glimpses of the indomitable spirit that had taken the diminutive Japanese dynamo to the World No 2 spot a few weeks ago The other women’s semi-final will witness a battle between Chinese Taipei’s top-seeded Tai Tzu Ying and China’s seventh-seeded He Bingjiao The Chinese southpaw was sorely troubled in the opening game by Korea’s Lee Jang Mi but piled on the pressure in the second to run out a comfortable 25-23 21-10 victor Tai meanwhile extracted full vengeance from Thailand’s Ratchanok Intanon for her defeat in the semi-finals of the recent Denmark Open Superseries Premier with an outstanding 21-17 21-12 triumph in two minutes over the half-hour mark The Taiwanese was just too swift on her feet on the day fully in control of the rallies and had the 2013 world champion chasing the bird all over the court with some artistic and deceptive shots There can be no doubting the fact that Sindhu would be fancying her chances on Saturday against Yamaguchi whom she has beaten thrice in four earlier meetings including the last three in a row Most recently the two had clashed at the group stage of the 2016 Dubai Superseries Grand Finals exactly ten months ago and Sindhu had run out a convincing 12-21 21-8 21-15 winner The 22-year-old Sindhu’s height reach and clever use of the overhead crosscourt smash have combined to give her a massive advantage over the pugnacious 20-year-old Japanese who possesses good stamina and speed of foot and has shown willingness to keep on scrapping till the cows come home After a patchy start to this tournament when she struggled to counter the none-too-strong challenge of Spain’s Beatriz Corrales in her opening match the Indian has built up a head of steam and scored commanding victories over Japan’s Sayaka Takahashi and China’s Chen Yufei Not having been really extended in three rounds of this French Open Sindhu will be fresher than Yamaguchi who really had to pull out all the stops in her wafer-thin win over Sung Meanwhile in what will cause dismay to Indian badminton fans the youthful Indian men’s doubles combination of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty narrowly failed to puncture the formidable reputation of the world’s top ranked combination of Mathias Boe and Carsten Mogensen and capitulated at 5-21 21-17 17-21 in a battle-royale that lasted a minute short of the one-hour mark There is no attempt here at embroidery; the raw truth of the matter is that the Indians would not have been flattered if they had scalped their second Danish pair in as many days having eliminated the sixth seeded pair of Mads Pieler Kolding and Mads-Conrad Pedersen on Thursday Having been totally swept off their feet in the opening stanza Rankireddy and Shetty matched their opponents in all departments of the game to take the second game with a degree of comfort When the two teams stood locked at 17-all in the decider the Indians stood on the threshold of what would have been the single most impressive result of their fledgling careers Alas it was not to be The rich international experience of the Danes helped them get across the line against their young rivals whose unbridled excitement — and of course palpable nervousness — at being within hand-shaking distance of their objective induced a couple of extremely costly errors and wrested the game away from them But the brooding valedictory phrase from the Arnold Schwarzenegger Terminator movie — “We’ll be back”— can well be applied to these young lads who showed off the hardwork that Malaysian coach Tan Kim Her has put into their training in the course of the past 18 months and turned them into the future of Indian men’s doubles London:Mark Hughes said he does not blame Stoke City fans abusing his players at a railway station on Saturday after a 5-1 defeat at Tottenham Hotspur and says being exposed to their fury could do them a favour File photo of Stoke City manager Mark Hughes Reuters Stoke’s players had travelled home from Wembley on the same train as some of the club’s supporters and were spotted when getting off at Stoke-on-Trent station to board a coach and continue their journey The reception they received was not a positive one “That could possibly be a good thing Sometimes we are accused as managers coaches and players of being in a bubble and sometimes you have to be exposed to the genuine feeling of the fans” Hughes whose side face a trip to in-form Burnley in the Premier League on Tuesday told reporters ”On the day it was a little bit emotional clearly We were hurting as much as the fans were “We probably irritated them a little bit because for whatever reason the decision was made that the doors on the train were locked and they couldn’t get out and we were allowed to get off first I don’t know who made that decision but that maybe upped the level of frustration as well” Stoke’s fourth successive heavy loss to Tottenham left them in 15th place in the league three points above the relegation zone and increased the pressure on Hughes “We owe it to our fans to do something about it and that’s our intention” the former Manchester City boss said Stoke became the first top-flight side to lose four consecutive games by a four-goal margin to the same club after a second-half capitulation at Wembley They lost the previous three 4-0 By: Reuters | Yaounde (cameroon) | Published: December 21 2016 11:02 am Joel Matip did not want to play for Cameroon due to a “bad experience” with the previous coaching staff (Source: Reuters) Top News Seven Cameroon players have said they do not want to go to the African Nations Cup finals setting them on a collision course with the country’s football federation and a possible ban from playing for their clubs while the tournament is on Joel Matip of Liverpool is one of the seven who told coach Hugo Broos they are not interested in being selected for the tournament in Gabon which starts on Jan 14 “These players have put personal interest above those of the national team and the federation reserves the right to take action against the players in accordance with FIFA regulations” said Broos in a statement on Tuesday The other six are Andre Onana (Ajax Amsterdam) Guy Roland Ndy Assembe (Nancy) Allan Nyom (West Bromwich Albion) Maxime Poundje (Girondins Bordeaux) Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa (Olympique Marseille) and Ibrahim Amadou (Lille) All seven had earlier this month been named in a preliminary list of 35 for the tournament where Cameroon are drawn in Group A with the hosts Burkina Faso and Guinea Bissau Cameroon’s football federation (Fecafoot) can ask FIFA to suspend the players at club level for the duration of the tournament which ends on Feb 6 if they so desire Matip did not want to play for Cameroon for the moment because of a “bad experience” with the previous coaching staff the statement said The German-born defender has not featured for Cameroon since the World Cup in Brazil but Broos who took over in February has twice been to see him to try and persuade him to return to the side Nyom told Broos he wanted to stay at West Bromwich Albion to keep his place in the team a sentiment shared by Amadou Ndy Assembe Onana and Zambo Anguissa Poundje uncapped by Cameroon said he preferred to concentrate on setting his sights on playing for France Cameroon are to name the final 23-man squad for the tournament next week For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: August 20 2016 3:05 pm Shakun Batra says homosexuality has always received a caricaturish treatment in Bollywood films Top News Filmmaker Shakun Batra says homosexuality has always received a caricaturish treatment in Bollywood films but he has tried to break the stereotype with “Kapoor & Sons” Batra’s last directorial venture starring Fawad Khan Sidharth Malhotra and Alia Bhatt had the Pakistani star play a homosexual character The director says his aim was to showcase things as normal as they are in real life “I am really put off by the regressive portrayal of homosexuality in Indian films I feel it is done in really bad taste In my film I wanted to tell a story which will not put off any part of the audience “The idea was to say it in a way that even if my mother saw it she will not be put off The aim was that more people should come in and understand how things are actually” Batra told PTI Even though the characterization brought him a lot of praise the “Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu” helmer says his agenda was not to highlight that facet “For me the movie wasn’t just about that (homosexuality) It was one of the facets but surely an important one “The fact is the moment you say you are making a gay film half the audience doesn’t show up I was trying to give something palatable to them and yet trying to give them a view which will stay with them at least for a bit” “Kapoor & Sons” was produced by Karan Johar whose films often had a humorous take on the issue but Batra 33 feels the producer opted for the more palatable version “When Karan started showing gay characters in his films it was the need of the hour to showcase them in a funny wayotherwise audience wouldn’t have excepted it “But when he read the script he was very proud of it He was really encouraging He has been trying to put it out there in his way and now with ‘Kapoor & Sons’ he has helped me to portray it in a way which is real and sensitive” The director says Fawad who enjoys a great female fan following had no inhibition in playing the character “Fawad was wonderful He read the script and was right away on board But we did discuss about the pitch and tone and one thing we talked about it was that homosexuality is a whisper in the film and not a scream “I didn’t want to make a big deal out of it I am ok if people miss it This was the film he and me both wanted to work on We have similar taste” Batra says making a blockbuster is never his aim and he takes up a story which he can relate to “It’s tough for me sit down and think if my film has a mass appeal I only sit down and work on a story that I would like to tell I would like to give out things which I could also connect with It’s tough to pre-decide if the film is ‘massy’ or not I am not good at that “I can’t predict the business I am not in sync with box office numbers The idea is to tell it at the certain budget And I have got something as good as Karan who can tell me what the budget should be” The director is currently busy working on various stories and hopes to zero on an idea by the end of this year Batra says he would stick to making human dramas as directing an action or a horror film does not interest him “Whatever I will make will be human drama I enjoy people and like to showcase problems which we go through as people “I don’t think I will ever make a horror or an action film I find action very hard It is too tiring I get tired of shooting people on the dinning table I don’t know if I can shoot people falling off a building” he said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Vivek Deshpande | Nagpur | Published: December 20 2015 12:24 am Related News ONE of the three minor girls who had gone missing from an Ashramshala in Gadchiroli district has surrendered before Gadchiroli police The 14-year-old from Kiar village in Bhamragad tehsil ran away from a Dalam into which she was recruited by Naxals to return home about 15 days ago “We persuaded her parents that she should surrender so she could get benefits given to surrendered Naxals and that we would take care of her future education” Gadchiroli superintendent of police Sandip Patil said After the parents agreed the girl turned herself in at Bhamragad police station “Her further surrender formalities are being processed” Patil said The three girls had gone missing from Lahiri Ashram school in January creating a furore Subsequent reports confirmed they had joined the Naxals in Abujmad area about a few kilometres away “She said the Naxals had almost immediately separated the three girls Hence she was unable to say where the other two were” Patil said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Devendra Pandey | Mumbai | Updated: January 19 2017 9:33 am Top News There’s a good chance that the president’s box will be locked and left empty at the Vidarbha Cricket Association (VCA) stadium in Nagpur when India and England meet for their T20 international on January 29 The VCA has decided to deny BCCI the customary tickets for the box The reason: There is no BCCI president in place Anurag Thakur and Ajay Shirke were sacked as president and secretary of the BCCI following the Supreme Court order on January 2 leaving the Indian cricket board with no administrator at the helm Confirming his association’s decision VCA president Anand Jaiswal told The Indian Express: “We have a president box and not the secretary box We are not giving tickets unless there is a board president in place There are 60-70 seats in the box As per guidelines we are supposed to give some tickets to the BCCI Unless there is a president we cannot allot tickets” Jaiswal however said it was slightly premature to decide what the VCA would do with the box in case no ticket is allotted He said he was unsure whether the information had been relayed to the BCCI as yet “I have to check with my office whether we have informed the BCCI about this or not We will have a meeting and decide what to do with this box now We cannot take the decision today as we don’t know who will be the BCCI president in the coming days” he said The BCCI has in the past used the presidential boxes at match venues to provide VIP seating for government agencies sponsors politicians and bureaucrats The president and secretary of the board have a quota of 50 tickets each which they have the right to distribute to whoever they wish VCA was the first association to adopt the Lodha Committee reforms and has already elected its apex council The association which was formerly headed by present ICC chairman Shashank Manohar hasn’t toed the BCCI line of opposing the Lodha reforms The board’s functioning has been managed by CEO Rahul Johri since the SC order which pretty much wiped out the remaining office-bearers in the BCCI 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officials said. All in all, sharp off-break, The Blackcaps needed to ignore the fact that the inadequacies of their own spin resources contributed to India’s total in the second innings. got the A1 position in Group A being the host.