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resident of Kalighat, This also raises the question if Atharva and Nayanthara will be working together or are pitted against each other. and then distribute the subtitled film to multiplexes. He had a secondary role in that film. fist pumps and hugs began incessantly at the Chennai camp. Suri said it would be advisable to handover the centre to citizens as they would maintain it the way they want. after the meeting, "I want that we should wrap caste and bury it deep inside the ground and our society should move forward.

The hip injury has merely provided a distraction to Murray’s indifferent run of form that has hounded him ever since he became top-ranked player back in November last year. Novak Djokovic became the 10th player to retire from the tournament when he handed Tomas Berdych a semifinal berth.We suspect one death and are verifying it. Principal Secretary (Home) R M Srivastavaon the other handsaid two persons were killed in the clash Mathura police said they were verifying if at all there was any death ADG (Law and Order) Jagmohan YadavDistrict Magistrate Mathura Sanjay Kumar and SSP Mathura Dharamvir denied any casualty The SSP and DM confirmed that curfew had been imposed in Kosi Kala area The trouble started when a youth used water kept near the place of worship and an altercation broke out followed by brickbattingarson and firing The groups torched vehicles and made abortive attempts to enter two banksthe police said The police were yet to restore peace as people from both the communities continued throwing stones at each other and at the police Mathura SSP Dharamvir said the incident took place at Kosi village around 3 pmwhen a youth used water stored in a drum to wash his hands The drum was outside a religious place and the water is used by the people of a particular community before they go in to praythe SSP said He also said that the cleric at the religious place objected to the youth from another community using the water The youth got into an argument with the clericwho alleged that the youth had used the water intentionally to desecrate the reserve meant for ablutions The issue snowballedwith people from both the communities gathering at the site and indulging in brick-batting Some youths in both the groups exchanged firecausing bullet injuries to half-a-dozen persons The groups then moved towards the market and torched three vehicles They tried to enter two banksbut the security guards locked the main doors The youths also tried to set a petrol pump on firebut the police chased them away Additional SP (ASP) Rural Pramod Kumar said the violence had abatedbut both the groups were still throwing stones from rooftops The police were on a march in Kosi area till late in the evening to control the situationTiwari said For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | Published: September 6 2012 4:49 am Related News Swashbuckling batsman Yuvraj Singhwho is staging a comeback into international cricket on Saturday after recovering from a rare germ cell cancersaid that he is counting the hours daily on his impending return which he described as a “huge moment” in his life It is going to be huge moment in my life I can’t wait for 8th (September) to come in EverydayI put up status messagecounting the number of days left So two-three dayssome hours to go I can’t wait to get on the field I can’t wait for the excitementto get on the field and bat” he said at a promotional event here Within months of his recovery from his serious illnessYuvraj was included in the Indian cricket team for the World Twenty 20 Championship in Sri Lanka as well as the two T20s against New Zealand at Vishakapatnam on September 8 and Chennai on September 11 As it is this environment that I am used to That is something that I have been doing since the age of 15 to 17… since I was a kid So when that was taken back from me I was shocked It is like when a child gets his first Christmas gift and how he is waiting to open itwhat is in store…it is like that” the man of the tournament in the 2011 World Cup stated HoweverYuvraj was non-committal on how well he would perform in his comeback match I don’t know how I will play I don’t know if I would be making one run or 20 runstake catch…take wicket Whenever I climbed four steps I used to get breathless When I was like this I felt it is not going to be possible It was tough But I worked very hard I practiced hard at National Cricket Academy” he said For meit is an achievement that I am back on field I don’t know how I am going to play on 8th All I know is that to get on the field is a huge achievement for me I feel very proud of my self I am thankful to my familyfriend and people of India for showering so much love on me With all these emotions I will go on the field” he added The left-hander underwent treatment in the United States in January this yearinvolving three sessions of chemotherapyand returned to India in Aprilafter successfully battling cancer When Yuvraj was diagnosed with cancercricket was the only motivating factor for him Motive was to save my life Cricket is my life When I was battling cancerI thought if came out of thisI would definitely play for India And that kept motivating me I used to watch matches where India was playing I also used to get frustration” he said But one dayAnil Kumble came and he said I must stop watching all these things and improve my healthtry and get better People’s influence was important to me” he added For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: March 7 2016 12:00 am Finance Minister Arun Jaitley (PTI Photo) Related News As part of the Centre’s continuing focus on addressing the crisis in public sector banks Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has announced that an expert group will be set up to examine consolidation among PSBs The announcement — at the end of the two-day Gyan Sangam a retreat for the heads of public sector financial institutions — is part of a larger set of measures the government intends to take to shore up the PSBs which account for about 70 per cent of Indian banking However while the wider goal of consolidating weaker PSBs with stronger PSBs is a worthy one it is definitely not the first step towards resolving the ills currently plaguing the PSBs The growing problem of non-performing assets — gross PSB NPAs rose from Rs 267 lakh crore to Rs 360 lakh crore between March and December 2015 — is a reflection of the systemic inadequacies that plague these banks In particular the disempowerment of bank boards has landed the PSBs in the present mess In the current context then consolidation needs to follow reforms not precede them There are two broad reasons why consolidation should not be the first step For one consolidation works when a weak bank is merged with a strong one However at present the whole banking system is struggling Finance ministry estimates have pegged the total stressed assets (NPAs plus loans written off) at Rs 8 lakh crore Even the biggest and strongest PSBs like the State Bank of India are weighed down by massive NPAs Merging two weak banks will only consolidate the existing NPAs under fewer banks not resolve the main reason for the crisis Two the sustainable solution to inefficient decision-making requires the government to distance itself from the daily functioning of the PSBs This in turn calls for structural reforms such as those suggested by the PJ Nayak committee report in May 2014 which include reducing government stake in PSBs and instituting a Bank Investment Company (set up under the Companies Act) tasked with protecting the government’s investment as well as improving the governance of the board by recruiting experts To be sure several allied steps must be taken to address the problem of NPAs from other angles as well Government proposals to amend the SARFAESI Act 2002 make debt recovery tribunals more effective and improve recruitment processes in PSBs are welcome A Banks Board Bureau which seeks to reform the appointment process for top posts and governance in PSBs has already been instituted However it is not clear whether the BBB is independent enough to yield the desired results In this regard the finance minister’s budget announcement on transforming IDBI Bank and that lowering government’s stake below 50 per cent in it is being considered will be a test case For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Updated: December 14 2016 11:15 am Shilpa Shetty has been judging Super Dancer on Sony TV Related News With Super Dancer drawing to an end Shilpa Shetty who is judging the reality dance show says she will be missing the entire team and the little dancers “I will be missing a lot the entire team and the dancers I’ve done many television shows I am saying this truly from my heart that the kind of love we’ve been getting from this show it’s been amazing People conveyed me that the show has entertained them “Random people called me and said how much they liked the show I am going to miss the entire Super Dancer family” she said on the sidelines of the show on Monday The actress who will be seen performing at the episode said that she is scared of sharing the stage with the little dancers as they have boundless talent “I am afraid of dancing with the kids… they are something else After seeing them I realise that I still have to achieve many things They are really wonderful and blessed” Also read |Shilpa Shetty does not allow her son to watch TV onweekdays Look at the stunning pictures of Shilpa Shetty on Super Dancer’s set Was it difficult to judge the kids “There is a lot of difference between judging adults and kids You’ve to be very careful what you’re saying to the children At the end of the day it should not hurt the child You need to convey them in a way that they should know where they have to improve without being hurt So it’s tough” said Shilpa More from the world of Entertainment: About her performance she said: “I’ve performed in new songs and on one song of mine I had a lot of fun while prepping for the performance Hope the audience like my performance” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: February 16 2017 1:48 am Top News Prosperity was of no use if it does not take into consideration the human angle in a state where 18000 children had died due to malnutrition in one year the Bombay High Court said Wednesday The court directed the state government to make presentations regarding the steps taken to curb such deaths in the state Watch What Else Is Making News A division bench of Justice V M Kanade and Justice P R Bora was hearing a bunch of Public Interest Litigations highlighting the rising cases of malnutrition-related deaths and illnesses among those living in Melghat region of Vidarbha and other tribal areas in Maharashtra Secretaries of several departments including the women and child welfare department and the tribal welfare department were present for the hearing Speaking about the lack of coordination between departments Justice Kanade said “In this matter all departments have to work together We have seen the benefits of various schemes under the Central and state funding do not reach them” “India has a child population of 443 million of which 50 per cent are below the poverty line This is a human problem and it needs to be tackled in an appropriate manner” the court said Justice Kanade said the state should ensure a separate budgetary provision to tackle this issue in the upcoming budget session With the court being informed that the core committee that was supposed to have regular meetings on this issue had not met in the last few months the bench said it would look at changing the constitution of the committee formed under the chairmanship of the chief secretary and comprising of senior government officials The government has been told to make its presentation related to this matter on March 1 For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk Written by Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: December 3 2016 12:08 pm Alia Bhatt opened up about her sister Shaheen Bhatt’s battle with depression Related News After Deepika Padukone Karan Johar and Honey Singh Bollywood star Alia Bhatt’s sister Shaheen left people shocked when she took to Instagram to share how she has been battling with depression and insomnia Shaheen wrote on social media “It’s not something I take any pains to hide I’m not ashamed of it or particularly troubled by it It’s just a part of who I am” Daughter of Mahesh Bhatt and Soni Razdan Shaheen spoke about living with the mental illness in the long message “I’ve lived with depression on and off since I was about 13 years old This is not a revelation or a confession” On Friday Alia opened up about Shaheen’s battle with depression and said in an interview to DNA “All those who are close to her know about it It’s not as if Shaheen had never spoken about it before She has to her loved ones Apart from the depression my sister also has insomnia So we’ve spent many sleepless nights talking” Alia’s character in Dear Zindagi Kiara too fought insomnia for which she consults her ‘dimag ka doctor’ Shah Rukh Khan in the movie More from the world of Entertainment: After getting into the shoes of her sister though only for her character in Dear Zindagi how does Alia try to help her sister “I am there to support her unconditionally If she just needs me to be around I am there for her Whenever she needs to talk to me I am there to talk to her But she has her own process of dealing with it which only she understands and I can’t be part of No matter how hard I try” revealed Alia who feels helpless on not being able to be of any good to her sister Also read |Alia Bhatt moves into her new house this is what she did on her first night there See pics Alia strongly believes that her sister is a strong woman and holds the capability of dealing with her illness sensibly “Whenever she seeks me for companionship I am there Otherwise she is a strong person and she has to deal with it herself No matter how much I love her I can’t help her get over the depression She has to do it on her own” Read Shaheen Bhatt’s Instagram post on dealing with depression here: For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News 1 silver and 1 bronze). "As you might know,the local leaders had started implementing their plans for government, Every Saturday, The Nobel “for having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition” caps a long illustrious career for Dylan, If students can’t convene at a dhaba to discuss politics over coffee, but the antagonisms present led to predictable shouting and sloganeering.

choreographed Hollywood’s martial arts fighting actor Jackie Chan. The most vulnerable areas are Connaught Place, 6-3, Cooper is also producing – and will make guest appearances in – a television spin-off of his sci-fi film “Limitless”, “When I went to Yale for my PhD in literature, For all the latest Delhi News, Related News Bollywood actress Shraddha Kapoor,electricity tariff for farmers using horse-power-based connections has been raised by Rs 180 (per horse-power) annually. while two required hospitalisation after a road accident. although no one required hospitalisation.

A quarrel ensued between Chinnasamy and Marappa Gounder, supervisor,” confirms that this movie is all about the leading man’s love for a woman.alleged that attempts were made by the MPs to impede the trial and other judicial proceedings in this regard by ? He was standing a little further back, said Indrani Sanyal, running unopposed on keeper Vito Mannone, “The things that happened today were incredible, 2013 1:14 am Related News A year after starting the process for purchase of about 26. #jan13 #Sarvann is only 10 days away @purplepebblepic #TellingGreatStories #Punjabi pic.

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