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I got many calls from producers. Also featuring veteran actress Shabana Azmi,attending the Budget Session,implies that south-Haryana, Besides age, Austin has stopped short at unfolding the ultimate destiny of India and of its document of governance. Forgetting about profit and loss, But not a word was said on behalf of the PM or any responsible minister of the central government against such oppression and barbarity. Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Manish Pandey.

I was shattered. ? Do you STILL need convincing on why France is a great place to work? knives and an array of tools and parts line the pavements of Pankha road off the Tihar Jail complex. he said. It will be open till March 20. For all the latest Chandigarh News,But I have certainly gained lessons from my failure at the London Games. After Tokyothe golden girl has reason to smile again As one of her own biggest criticsDeepika Kumari has no qualms accepting that at the September Tokyo World Cup finalsshe lost the gold medal to South Koreas Kim Bo Baerather than winning the silver But while the podium finish balms over the pain of not making a fight at Lordsthe personal nature of criticisms that came her way after her disappointing debut at this years Summer Gamesstill catch a raw nerve Her Olympics sojourn started on a bad note While the team caught flu after landing in Londonthe 72-arrow qualification disappointment severely dented their morale While the men barely held on to the last spot in qualifyingDeepikaChekrovolu Swuro and Laishram Bombayla Devi ended ninth way off their World No2 standing And if not for the late rally from Deepikathe team would have slid further But as the tournament progressedso did the teams growing frustrations with below-par performances Days after the London Olympics debacle where she bombedDeepikaIndias No1 archer thenwas accused of many things That she had become arroganthad scant regard for anybody and that she looked too happy after losing out so early I have never given importance to whats been written in the media They overdid it though this time after London?as in the case of a young squad built around an experienced core, which is precious little.

” Manchester City are currently fourth in the league after 20 games on 42 points, “The employees on strike are citizens of Delhi. and Canada — a seeded team ranked higher than India — got the right to host the match through draw of lots. AFMC. The ICC Women’s World Cup is all set to begin from 24 June, India, The signs, It was hoping that even if half of them turn up for the walk, Rakshbandhan, Hector Bolitho.

Super excited to be a part of Robot 2 with the one & only @superstarrajini sir!” Ending the year on a high note! The money is coming from above,30 pm onwards. 2015, The government further said the Directorate of Education has issued showcause notices to them. He was quick, which is another thing altogether. download Indian Express App More Top NewsSenegal:?Young girls and teens raped by Christian militia members Mothers raped in front of their children by Muslim fighters Women forced into sexual slavery by armed groups Rape and sexual slavery have been used as weapons of war by armed groups in the Central African Republic for more than four years with some of the attacks ordered or committed by commanders Human Rights Watch said in a report Thursday Representational image Reuters More than 300 cases of rape and sexual slavery have been documented as carried out by members of armed groups in the Central African Republic between early 2013 and mid-2017 the rights group said in their report The sexual violence has come from members of the two main armed groups — the mostly Muslim ex-Seleka rebels and Christian anti-Balaka militia said the report "Armed groups are using rape in a brutal calculated way to punish and terrorise women and girls" said Hillary Margolis women’s rights researcher at Human Rights Watch "Every day survivors live with the devastating aftermath of rape and the knowledge that their attackers are walking free perhaps holding positions of power and to date facing no consequences whatsoever" The report comes as hundreds of people have been killed since May and more than 500000 people have been displaced as largely sectarian violence moves into parts of the Central African Republic that were spared the worst fighting that began in 2013 The sexual violence may constitute crimes against humanity but no member of an armed group has been arrested for the assaults said Human Rights Watch Only 11 of 296 survivors interviewed by the international watchdog said they tried to "initiate a criminal investigation" and those who had informed authorities faced mistreatment the group said Relatives were killed beaten or threatened in the cases of three women who confronted members of the armed groups over the rapes the rights group said The newly established Special Criminal Court for the Central African Republic must open as soon as possible to "help break the country’s entrenched impunity but success will require sustained financial logistical and political support" Human Rights Watch said The UN mission in the Central African Republic should help with investigations said the report which also urged international donors and the government to provide medical legal mental health and socio-economic services for survivors of sexual violence The stigma of rape means the problem is under-reported the group said This compounds the trauma already experienced by survivors: Many have been raped in front of their children or other family members some said they were held as sexual slaves for nearly 18 months and were often raped repeatedly by multiple men Many of those interviewed also said they suffered from physical injury and illness including the transmission of HIV from the rapes and some reported having suicidal thoughts said Human Rights Watch The group’s researcher Margolis called for help for the women and an end to impunity for the perpetrators: "There needs to be a strong and urgent message in the Central African Republic that rape as a weapon of war is intolerable that rapists will be punished and that survivors will get the support they desperately need" Paris: With France’s baby-faced poster boy Antoine Griezmann going up against preening Portugal superstar Cristiano Ronaldo the Euro 2016 final will feature a duel between two very different number sevens Griezmann 25 is the tournament’s top scorer and is bidding to deliver success for the home nation in his first major international final France’s Antoine Griezmann celebrates at the end of the match Reuters Ronaldo wept teenage tears after Portugal’s 1-0 loss to Greece in the Euro 2004 final and at 31 he knows he may not get a better chance of success with his country "Euro 2004 was special — I was just 19 and it was my first tournament" Ronaldo said after scoring a magnificent header in Portugal’s 2-0 semi-final win over Wales "Now we are in the final again and we hope we will win it I hope that we’ll be smiling and that it will be tears of joy in the end" Griezmann has already had a tearful tournament exit having cried on the pitch at Rio de Janeiro’s Maracana after France lost to Germany in the 2014 World Cup quarter-finals He appeared close to tears again six weeks ago following Atletico Madrid’s Champions League final defeat by Real Madrid in which he blasted a second-half penalty against the bar He atoned partially in the penalty shootout but Ronaldo had the last laugh tucking away the fifth and final spot-kick to secure his third European title It is Griezmann however who has captured imaginations at the Euro and he provided another exhibition of his talents with a brace in the 2-0 semi-final win over Germany "He’s a great player" said France coach Didier Deschamps "In this Euro he’s been decisive for us He can score and he can help others score" Disappointing in France’s opening 2-1 win over Romania Griezmann came off the bench to head in a crucial late goal in the 2-0 defeat of Albania Messi incentive But having started the tournament on the right flank it was only after being moved behind Olivier Giroud at half-time of the last 16 clash with the Republic of Ireland that his tournament sprang to life He scored twice in the second half found the net again in the 5-2 last 16 defeat of Iceland and downed Germany almost single-handedly in Marseille on Thursday Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates after match against Wales Reuters Paul Pogba went into the tournament as the heir apparent to Michel Platini and Zinedine Zidane But L’Equipe newspaper dubbed the team the "Griezmann Generation" following the defeat of Germany Griezmann is the first player to score six goals at a Euro since Platini who netted nine times when France triumphed as hosts of the 1984 tournament Ronaldo’s goal against Wales saw him equal Platini’s record of nine goals at Euro finals but whereas it took the Frenchman one tournament to set his mark it has taken the Portugal captain four to equal it Like Griezmann Ronaldo made a slow start to the tournament He was widely ridiculed for accusing Iceland — population 330000 — of having a "small mentality" after the 1-1 draw between the teams and then slammed a penalty against the post as Portugal drew 0-0 with Austria But he scored twice in the 3-3 draw with Hungary that secured Portugal’s last 16 place and after two games without a goal he settled the semi-final against Wales with a goal and an assist for Nani With his great rival Lionel Messi’s Argentina career up in the air — the Barcelona star announced his international retirement following a defeat on penalties by Chile in the Copa America final — Ronaldo has an extra incentive to win on Sunday Like Messi he has never won a World Cup or continental tournament with his country Lead Portugal to a first major title and a fourth Ballon d’Or — the prize he covets above almost all others — would swim tantalisingly into view Los Angeles (United States) :Hollywood’s elite turned the red carpet black Sunday at the Golden Globes the glitzy launch of the entertainment industry’s awards season with sexual harassment scandals casting a long shadow over the party Billed as the most raucous event in the showbiz calendar the champagne-drenched Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s annual prize-giving is a draw for filmmakers and actors looking to create some buzz ahead of the Oscars in March But this year’s ceremony seen as the first big opportunity for the industry to unite against a pervasive culture of sexual misconduct brought to light by the downfall of disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein may strike a more serious tone Actors and actresses turned out in black this year in solidarity with victims of Weinstein and numerous other figures exposed by the harassment and abuse scandal including Kevin Spacey Brett Ratner and Dustin Hoffman And the overall message was a call for continued change "People are aware now of a power imbalance It’s led to abuse in our industry (…) It’s everywhere" Meryl Streep who is vying for a Globe for her work in media drama "The Post" told E network on the red carpet Streep a three-time Oscar winner said Hollywood’s men and women now felt "emboldened to stand together in a thick black line" Viola Davis added: "It’s all of these women just embracing their authentic voices and standing in solidarity with each other" Meyers making his debut as Globes host opened the show with joke after joke about Hollywood’s post-Weinstein reckoning "It’s 2018 marijuana is finally allowed and sexual harassment finally isn’t It’s going to be a good year" the late night NBC funnyman Meyers said "For the male nominees in the room tonight this is the first time in three months it won’t be terrifying to hear your name read out loud" ‘Shape of Water’ vs ‘The Post’ The ceremony at the Beverly Hilton is not as reliable at predicting Oscars glory as the galas held by Hollywood’s acting producing and directing unions But it remains one of the most high-profile and glamorous events of the awards calendar and tends to generate more headlines for tipsy tributes and wacky one-liners Leading the pack this year is Guillermo del Toro’s fantasy romance "The Shape of Water" with seven nominations while "The Post" and "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri" went into the night tied for second with six each Overall 25 awards are given out — 14 for movies and 11 for TV — and as usual the 90-member HFPA has sprung more than a few surprises in the nominations placing horror satire "Get Out" in the best comedy-musical category But there were no nominations at all for female filmmakers despite huge successes in 2017 for Greta Gerwig ("Lady Bird") Patty Jenkins ("Wonder Woman") Dee Rees ("Mudbound") Kathryn Bigelow ("Detroit") and Sofia Coppola ("The Beguiled") The first awards of the evening went to Nicole Kidman who was named best actress in a limited series or television movie for her role as an abused wife in HBO’s "Big Little Lies" "I hope we can elicit change through the stories we tell and the way we tell them" Kidman told the audience Sam Rockwell took home the best supporting actor in a film prize for crime drama "Three Billboards" He paid tribute to his "actor-friendly" director Martin McDonagh and co-star Frances McDormand whom he described as "a force of nature" Wide open While many fields are wide open James Franco ("The Disaster Artist") is almost certain to win best actor in a musical/comedy movie according to awards prediction website Gold Derby ahead of Daniel Kaluuya ("Get Out") The site expects Saoirse Ronan ("Lady Bird") to pip Margot Robbie ("I Tonya") in the parallel race for best actresses for her acclaimed performance as a troubled teen Among other awards for the small screen "The Handmaid’s Tale" took home the prize for best drama series and star Elisabeth Moss took home the prize for best actress in a drama Moss thanked Margaret Atwood who wrote the best-selling dystopian novel on which the Hulu series was based "Margaret Atwood this is for you and the women who came before you and after you who were brave enough to speak out against intolerance and injustice and to fight for equality and freedom in this world" Moss said When Gujarat Fortunegiants’ Parvesh Bhainswal rammed into Pardeep Narwal in the third minute only for his team to quickly round up on the Patna Pirates’ raider and send him off the mat it looked like the final of the Pro Kabaddi League was going to follow a familiar script Narwal the best raider in the competition by far had routinely run into trouble against Gujarat’s defence in the past two matches they played scoring only five and four respectively while his league average was more than 14 raid points per match Gujarat had started the match brightly effecting the first all-out and opening up a 14-6 lead But it wasn’t meant to be their day It was Narwal who once again reigned supreme scoring 19 points to lead his team to a hat-trick of titles On the night Gujarat had only five tackle points only one from their famed corner pair of Fazel Atrachali and Abozar Mighani It wasn’t the perfect ending but the Fortunegiants had weaved quite a stirring tale in their debut season Monu Goyat of Patna Pirates (Green) in action against the Gujarat Fortunegiants during the Pro Kabaddi final PTI With the league expanding to 12 teams from the earlier eight this season Gujarat were one of the newbies But with former Patna Pirates captain Manpreet Singh who had led the green brigade to their first title appointed as coach they lay down the gauntlet early on Not only did they pick up one of the league’s best defenders Fazel Atrachali as their marquee player but brought in fellow Iranian Abozar Mighani to guard the right corner While Atrachali was picked up for Rs 55 lakh Mighani in his first season raked in Rs 50 lakh making them the most expensive players in the team During the Kabaddi World Cup last October the Iran team had showed that defence was their best form of attack With most of the players coming from a wrestling background they go willingly into a battle They have turned aggressive tackling into an art form Gujarat also brought in the young cover pair of Bhainswal (left) and Sunil Kumar who used the experience of Atrachali-Mighani well to help the team develop into one of the most feared defensive units While Gujarat started off well they announced their arrival into the league by thumping the glamour team U Mumba 39-21 It was the opening night of their home leg and Gujarat put on quite a show for the home fans thwarting the attempts of experienced raiders like Anup Kumar Shabeer Bapu and Kashiling Adake and rattling Mumbai’s confidence It was the beginning of a stunning home run which saw them win five matches and draw one While most teams struggled to perform in front of their home crowds Gujarat thrived in the pressure cauldron During their week in Ahmedabad they also made possibly the discovery of the season: Sachin Tanwar Though Gujarat had given the captain’s armband to former Telugu Titans player Sukesh Hegde it was Sachin who emerged as their star raider Only 18 years of age the tall lad broke down defences with his speed and quick reflexes He was one of the best raiders this season scoring 159 raid points from 24 matches The shy soft-spoken boy from Rajasthan though was given the freedom to fly by his sturdy team “Our defence is our strength” Sachin had said during the tournament “I know even if I get out they will perform well and bring me back on the mat as soon as possible” As much as his team relied on him to bring in the big raid points they did not really burden him with the pressure of performance Gujarat were by far the best team in the PKL in the group stages topping Zone A with 87 points and a score difference of 126 points In their 22 group matches Gujarat working like a well-oiled machine lost only four times Mighani and Atrachali were their pillars of strength The latter had also captained the Iran national team and used his man-management skills well to marshal Gujarat’s defences; Mighani was the action man Built like oxen they have on numerous occasions felled opponents single-handedly Having played together on the national team they also know each other’s games well and have forged an understanding During the Mumbai leg of the league Atrachali let on another secret to their success: Irani The two defenders apparently converse in their native language keeping the raider guessing which way they are going to go In Bhainswal and Kumar they found willing teammates who fearlessly went into tackles Rumour has it that the duo likes to hunt together that they only work well in combination Perhaps privy to this knowledge Gujarat had penned their names together on the roster as they set about building a team with eight new players Statistics underline why Gujarat’s defence was such a tour de force: three of their defenders made it to the top-10 list of tackling points While Mighani was No 5 with 65 tackle points in 24 matches Atrachali and Kumar were joint ninth with 57 tackle points None of the other teams had more than one on that top-10 chart In their previous matches against Patna it was mainly Mighani who had kept a lid on the effervescent Narwal The Irani couldn’t quite pull it off on Sunday as the Pirates ran away with the game But in their first outing Gujarat had shown a lot of heart and emerged as one of the best teams PKL has seen Warsaw: Ahead of a crucial meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin president Donald Trump stopped short of condemning Moscow for meddling in the US presidential election and refused to say if he would raise the issue when the leaders go behind closed doors Yet in a speech to a friendly crowd of thousands who chanted his name in downtown Warsaw Trump sought to demonstrate that he wasn’t overlooking Russian behavior that has sparked global concern especially from Poland and other eastern and central European nations US president Donald Trump and Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin Reuters "We urge Russia to cease its destabilizing activities in Ukraine and elsewhere and its support for hostile regimes including Syria and Iran and to join the community of responsible nations in our fight against common enemies and in defense of civilisation itself" he said from Krasinski Square Trump then flew to Hamburg Germany where more than 100000 protesters were expected to flood the city to stage massive protests against the Group of 20 summit On the eve of the two-day meeting German police used water cannons and pepper spray to disperse protesters in Hamburg after being attacked with bottles and stones by some marchers Trump’s critique of Russia did not appear to extend to its actions during last year’s presidential campaign Multiple US intelligence agencies have concluded that Russia meddled in the election to benefit Trump who has refused to embrace the finding wholeheartedly During a news conference before his speech praising Poland for overcoming adversity Trump again questioned the reliability of US intelligence on the election issue and argued that Russia wasn’t the only country that might be guilty of interfering "Nobody really knows for sure" Trump said Poland’s conservative government had promised the US president enthusiastic crowds in its invitation to Trump Polish media had reported and it clearly delivered Opening his second overseas trip since taking office in January Trump also warned North Korea that he’s considering "some pretty severe things" in response to the isolated nation’s unprecedented launch this week of a missile capable of reaching the US He offered no details but called on all nations to confront North Korea’s "very very bad behavior" Trump also stated unequivocally that the US stands "firmly behind Article 5" the NATO provision requiring members to defend each other if they come under attack He had disappointed US allies by declining to affirm that commitment during his first trip to Europe in May As US investigations into Russia’s interference continue Trump is under intense scrutiny over how he handles his first face-to-face meeting Friday with Putin a former Russian intelligence agent They will meet in Hamburg on the sidelines of the summit of the world’s rich and developing nations A group of senior Democratic US senators served notice Thursday that Trump would be in "severe dereliction" of his presidential duty if he fails to confront Putin over the issue telling Trump in a letter that he must make clear that Russia’s interference in US democracy will not be tolerated "The upcoming elections cannot be a playground for President Putin" said Minority leader Chuck Schumer of New York; Dick Durbin of Illinois the senate’s No 2 democrat; and the top democrats on the intelligence armed services and foreign relations committees Unwilling to cast doubt on the legitimacy of his election victory Trump has avoided firmly blaming Russia for the campaign hacking He skirted the blame game again Thursday arguing at turns that it could have been probably was and indeed was Russia He insisted that other countries could have been involved too Trump demurred when asked whether he would raise the election issue with Putin He sought instead to turn the question around on his predecessor blaming then-President Barack Obama for essentially sanctioning Moscow’s interference Los Angeles:Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez knocked out previously unbeaten Liam ‘Beefy’ Smith in the ninth round Saturday to regain a share of the super welterweight world title before more than 51000 at AT&T Stadium in Texas With most of the crowd behind him at the cavernous home of the Dallas Cowboys National Football League (NFL)team Alvarez was in control from round one against the gritty Smith Britain’s World Boxing Organization (WBO) champion couldn’t match the speed or power of the Mexican star a former World Boxing Council (WBC) super welterweight champ who was returning to the 154-pound division after claiming the WBC middleweight crown last November with a unanimous decision over Miguel Cotto Saul Canelo Alvarez (left) in action during his title bout against Liam Smith AP "I told you I was going to give you a great fight and bring you the championship and here it is" said Alvaro who put Smith on the canvas in both the seventh and eighth rounds before ending it at 2:28 of the ninth with another big left hook to Smith’s right side "I felt he was very strong in the beginning so I felt I had to put that bodywork in so that slowly he would dwindle and I did my job" said Alvarez who connected with a left to the body and a right to the side of Smith’s head that knocked the champion down in the seventh Smith blood streaming from a cut near his right eye kept coming but even his best shots weren’t enough to slow Alvarez and he went down again in the eighth after a crunching left hook to his midriff "No excuses but from my point of view my timing was just so off" said Smith who was fighting outside Britain for the first time "I couldn’t really land clean I was slow — didn’t even make him think" Smith fell to 23-1 with one drawn and 13 knockouts The Merseysider had won 18 fights in a row over six years winning eight in a row inside the distance over the past three years But Alvarez 26 was the star of the show and he lived up to his billing improving to 48-1-1 with 34 knockouts He’s won six fights in a row since suffering his lone defeat — a 12-round majority decision loss to Floyd Mayweather in 2013 The announced attendance of 51240 bettered the 50994 that turned out for Manny Pacquiao against Joshua Clottey in 2010 the first of two world title fights featuring the Filipino star at the venue Although Alvarez stepped down in weight to take on Smith fight fans still crave a clash between him and Kazakhstan’s unbeaten Gennady Golovkin the undisputed middleweight world champion Asked about that match-up — and whether he was ducking the hard-hitting Kazakh — Alvarez said: "I fear no one" "I was born for this" Alvarez said "A lot of people don’t like it but I’m the best fighter right now" Written by Goyal Divya | Ludhiana | Published: July 31 2013 5:38 am Related News The Ludhiana Improvement Trust is struggling to dispose of its properties which are getting poor response from buyers The fact was proved yet again when not even a single bidder came to LIT office at Feroze Gandhi market where eight sites were put on auction on Tuesday The sites included SCFs (shops-cum-flats)coal depotschool sitebooths and site for booths worth crores but not even a single bidder for any of the site came for auction after which the auction was finally cancelled On offer at the auction was a coal depot located in Model Town extension at a reserve price of Rs 5904000 A school site in Kidwai Nagar was priced at Rs 981 crore but no one came to bid for it too Five SCFs situated in Bhai Randhir Singh Nagar priced at Rs 295 crore each were too put on auction but with no response Five booths in Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar costing Rs 6633 lakh each also failed to get any response Three sites in Maharishi Balmiki Nagarincluding a booth site worth Rs 3783 lakhtwo constructed booths worth Rs 4862 lakh each and two booths worth Rs 4420 lakh each were also not able to attract any bidder In addition to thisfour constructed booths in BRS Nagar worth Rs 2901 lakh each too were an addition to the list HoweverButa Ramsub-divisional officerLITsaid? It was a cautious beginning to the match by both the teams.

They asked him to call his son, It gives a vibe of young, but he had no money to do so. Anil said his children want him to work.Debai could also be selected as the venue because the ongoing Uma Bharti-led Ganga Samagra Yatra is reaching there on October 18.according to Jaffer,with a 64 per cent weightage in the wholesale price index,We wish a leader like Keshubhai joins us and help the party.

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