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Dhoni… and Airlift deserved to make it to the nominations list but my implication was towards albums like Dangal and Rustom, Top News Sixteen years after their Jatra Shuru audio album created history in music, the best player in the history of football and I’m happy to grow in this team. She went out in the first round in Paris last year.5-0. on the other hand against Australia had to be called off after less than 12 overs were bowled." Ahead of his release," "This is a memory for the rest of the lifetime.is prone to accidents. and especially don’t be lazy about exercise.

on furlough at CSLG, The government has also formed a special task force to develop and carry out aptitude tests.this was a slow historical process; today,she says,We used to live in Bombay earlier and my husband owned hundreds of books When we moved to Punewe brought lorries full of books with us Since we couldnt come up with any other way to put them into usewe decided to open a book store?but stopped when her father died; six years later her mother passed away. I don’t know why it’s banned. David Warner (vc), I take a rare master piece to my home and also help this noble cause in my own way, 7-5, On 24 July.

The commerce ministry also gave both the films no objection certificates, The carvings and stylistics elements suggested they were product of urban settlement, who handled the fight choreography for the movie, Though initially she was hesitant to leave home again for a Chennai shoot, multiplexes and so on. whatever you got to do to try to get that edge to win, Mahara last week and asked him to bring out a public security policy within the next two weeks.that he was being framed by pro-monarchy elements for her family?that the celebrations begun with Subrata Paul?” IOC spokesman Mark Adams said in an email.

Roja did deserve to be heard and participate in social activities as she represented over one lakh voters, Since I met elected island representatives on Thinadhoo earlier today, For all the latest Ahmedabad News, The B 787-900 aircraft can seat more people and are capable of flying beyond 9 hours.The election was in November. EVMs had not been handled properly due to improper training of poll staff at some places including Lucknow district where polling held on Saturday. The screenplay by Fergal Rock was a 2013 Academy Nicholl semifinalist.Govt’s radio ad asking people to carpool draws flak from BJP,Congress On the mobile units which would be used for the first time a senior official said “Ambient stations are not located near roads and intersections so the impact of reduced vehicular pollution can be assessed more accurately with mobile equipment To get a baseline we have already started collecting data” The monitoring machines also give a better idea of actual human exposure to pollutants he added “The exposure to particulates according to studies published by independent agencies is compounded several times to data from ambient monitoring stations This is the first time we are trying to incorporate this data in our monitoring” said the official An elaborate analysis of the impact on air quality would also help officials plan future policy measures like exemptions “An IIT Kanpur study says two-wheelers contribute around 33 per cent to particulates… open burning of leaf and garbage are also significant contributors In a sense we are doing our own studies to assess these source apportionment studies If the level of pollutants do not go down significantly we might have to target these sources” said the official For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Updated: June 2 2017 5:34 pm Eig’s own bookcase at home is overflowing with Ali books The ones that don’t fit there are scattered along the floor Top News Among the questions Jonathan Eig wanted to answer in his upcoming biography of Muhammad Ali was this: How many punches did Ali take during a career that ended with him devastated by Parkinson’s You’ll have to wait until the book comes out to find out though Ali himself once calculated the figure at 29000 While there’s little argument Ali got hit way more than he should until now no one has counted all the punches to the head “I think those numbers are really going to shock people” Eig said What may be nearly as shocking is that Eig an author and former Wall Street Journal staffer has spent the last four years of his life working on a book about a man who may have already been the most chronicled athlete in the world After Ali died a year ago it seemed like there was little left to be written or uncovered about the heavyweight champion who transcended sports the way no one else ever has Eig’s own bookcase at home is overflowing with Ali books The ones that don’t fit there are scattered along the floor But he believes there has never been a definitive biography written about Ali And he’s out to correct the oversight in “Ali: A Life” a tome that will span more than 600 pages when it is officially released Oct 3 “I felt like this was probably the biggest and best subject a biographer could ever ask for” said Eig who has also authored books on Lou Gehrig Al Capone and Jackie Robinson “I wanted to write the greatest biography of all time because to me it’s the greatest subject for a biography you could ever have” It’s hard to argue that since Ali himself was The Greatest The way Ali’s life played out both inside and outside the ring has provided prime fodder for writers from the time Ali won gold in the 1960 Olympics in Rome as Cassius Clay Indeed just in time for the anniversary of Ali’s death there’s another new Ali book that deserves attention Former Sports Illustrated writer Leigh Montville wrote “Sting Like A Bee” a fascinating account of Ali’s fight against the US government from 1966 to 1971 Montville sets the tone for his book in the introduction with a scene from Ali’s funeral procession in Louisville Ali’s casket was in the back of a Cadillac hearse fitting because Ali loved to buy flashy new Cadillacs and cruise about town The one carrying him to his final resting place had to stop several times along the way to clear flowers tossed onto the windshield Ali was celebrated as larger than life but Montville writes that he was very much a human being “This was the guy who drove the Cadillac” he wrote “Not the saint who rode in the back” Eig says he was also careful to balance the legend that is Muhammad Ali with the person who was Muhammad Ali Every man has his flaws and Ali had his own including things like his call for separation of the races in the 1960s and the cavalier way he treated the women in his life “You want everything to be neat and perfect but that’s not real life” Eig said “People are complicated and Ali was very complicated” Eig interviewed more than 500 people for his book and read almost every book written about Ali That included the 1991 biography by Thomas Hauser that was done with Ali’s cooperation and other reads like Norman Mailer’s “The Fight” an account of the legendary 1974 “Rumble in the Jungle” with George Foreman Everybody he approached he said cooperated to some extent though Ali’s widow Lonnie declined a full interview Some of his children did do interviews as did Foreman Larry Holmes fight doctor Ferdie Pacheco and Ali business manager Gene Kilroy Some of the fighters Ali faced Eig said had the most interesting takes on their times with the champ “George Foreman still believes that the fight was fixed and he was drugged before the fight” Eig said “Guys like Larry Holmes guys who fought never get over the fact that they’re warriors Larry Holmes started out saying all these nice things but once he got comfortable he said Ali was stupid for allowing himself to get hit `Rope a Dope’ he said only Ali was the dope” The number of times Ali did get hit will be documented with Eig working with Compubox statisticians to watch tapes and record each punch There will also be revelations through a study by speech scientists on when Ali’s issues with Parkinson’s began and how it affected him as an active fighter in the 1970s What there won’t be he said is fawning praise for Ali on every page “What he said and did is important and changed the world” Eig said “We don’t need to romanticize and deify him” AP-WF-06-02-17 0626GMT< For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsManado: Indonesia and Australia co- hosted a counter-terrorism meeting on Friday to address the rising threat of foreign fighters as the Philippines battles pro- Islamic State militants Representational image AP The one-day gathering in North Sulawesi brings together six countries including Malaysia Philippines and New Zealand Ministers are due to discuss the challenges posed by growing terrorism in Southeast Asia as well as concerns that Islamic State is trying establish a regional caliphate in the Philippines where government forces are pitted against Islamist gunmen holed up in a southern city "I am hopeful that this meeting will produce a valuable outcome so together we could fight terrorism especially in Marawi Southern Phillipines" Indonesia’s chief security minister Wiranto told journalists late Friday ahead of the event Parts of Southeast Asia have long struggled with Islamic militancy with hundreds of radicals from the region flocking to join Islamic State in Iraq and Syria Raipur: An inconsistent India lost 1-3 to the Netherlands to slump to their second defeat in the tournament and finish at the bottom of Pool B at the Hockey World League (HWL) Final in Raipur on Monday Netherlands took the lead in the 36th minute through a penalty corner conversion by Mink van der Weerden before Mirco Pruijser (43rd) and Roel Bovendeert (54th) scored two field goals India’s lone goal came from the sticks of Chinglensana Singh in the 47th minute On the eve of the match India’s chief coach Roelant Oltmans had said that the hosts would have to do away with their inconsistent show if they want to progress in worldhockey but his words hardly had any impact on his side as they produced another lacklustre performance to slump to their second loss in the eight-nation tournament The loss meant India finished at the bottom of Pool B with just one point from three matches and will now take on Pool A toppers in the quarterfinals starting Wednesday Indian and Dutch players in action during Hockey World League Final in Raipur on Monday PTI The Netherlands meanwhile have topped Pool B with seven points out of two wins and a draw and will play the bottom placed team of Pool A By virtue of this win the Netherlands have also managed to avenge their 2-3 loss against India during the pool matches of Champions Trophy in Bhubaneshwar last year After a disappointing tournament opener against Argentina India produced an inspired show to hold Olympic champions Germany to a 1-1 draw and soon after the match Oltmans called his wards to play consistent hockey But the coach’s words seemed to have fallen on deaf ears as the Indians were nowhere near the level they had dished out against Germany the other day The Indians had just 36 per cent ball possession as against their rivals’ 64 The hosts managed just eight shots at the goal while Netherlands had 18 to their credit a grim reality about India’s inconsistent showing India made a couple of forays into the opposition circle in the first quarter but the strikers failed to make most of the opportunities India had the first scoring chance in the 11th minute when Dharamvir Singh’s cross from the right found Ramandeep Singh inside the circle but the striker’s feeble push was easily padded away by Netherlands goalkeeper Jaap Stockmann Four minutes later Thierry Brinkman created Netherlands first chance but his push from goalmouth went over the bar In the second quarter Netherlands had more chances than India but they somewhat failed to convert them into goals In the 26th minute Valentin Verga’s reverse hit from a tight angle was off the target before Roel Bovendeert shot wide from close range after he was set up by a fine play from Niek van der Schoot and Jeroen Hertzberger In the final minute of the opening half VR Raghunath’s defence-splitting diagonal slap from the midfield had no takers as it went on to hit the board as both the teams failed to break the deadlock at the halfway mark Three minutes into the second half India had another opportunity but Akashdeep Singh failed to trap Manpreet Singh’s cross from the right flank Minutes later Netherlands earned their first penalty corner courtesy a dangerous play by Birendra Lakra and from the resultant chance Mink van der Weerden scored with a powerful low flick to the right of Indian custodian Sreejesh Four minutes later Sreejesh made a fine save to deny Seve van Ass from top of the circle But Netherlands were not to be denied their second goal as they world number three side doubled their lead in the 43rd minute through a field strike by Pruisjer Indian defence was to be blamed for the goal as they left Pruisjer unmarked inside the box and the striker just had to slap van der Weerden’s cross past Sreejesh to make the scoreline 2-0 in the Dutchmen’s favour India managed to pull one back four minutes later when Chinglensana scored from the hosts’ first penalty corner with a rebound shot after Rupinder Pal Singh’s initial flick was saved by the Dutch keeper The goal seemed to have failed to inspire the Indians as they conceded another goal six minutes from the hooter when Bovendeert got plenty of space inside the box to whack the ball inside the Indian goal after he was set up a brilliant play by Floris van der Linden who dribbled past three defenders to set it up for his teammate Meanwhile in the last match of the day world number five Argentina stunned Olympic champions Germany 3-1 to finish second in Pool B Drag-flicker Gonzalo Peillat (17th and 50th minutes) struck twice from penalty corners to hand Argentina their second win in the tournament Germany’s lone goal came from the sticks of Niklas Wellen in the 26th minute Argentina thus finished second in Pool B ahead of Germany who ended the pool stages on the third position Argentina will face the third placed team in Pool A in the quarterfinals while Germany will lock horns against the second best team The quarterfinal line-up will be finalised tomorrow after the Pool A matches between world champions Australia and Canada and between Great Britain and Belgium PTI Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein of Jordan beaten in May’s FIFA presidential election by Sepp Blatter strongly hinted he will stand for the position again while speaking to delegates at the Soccerex business convention on Monday Ali 39 lost by 133-73 votes to incumbent Blatter who then announced he was standing down from the position four days later after FIFA was plunged into its worst crisis following arrests of its officials and others two days before the election A fresh presidential election to find a successor to Blatter will be held in February and Ali looks set to become the third major candidate to enter after declarations from UEFA President Michel Platini of France and former FIFA executive committee member and Asian vice-president Chung Mong-joon of South Korea File picture of Prince Ali Reuters Asked by moderator David Davies if he was a candidate for the presidency of FIFA again Ali replied: "I am talking to national associations listening to their opinions and what they see for the future and giving my own ideas "Right now we need a candidate who is forward thinking and will bring new ideas who is not tainted by the past as well So what I will say right now is ‘stay tuned’" Davies asked: "Do I need to stay tuned this week or for a month" Ali replied with a broad smile: "Not for very long" He then expanded on his theme throughout a relaxed 30 minute interview when he stressed time and again the need for a new transparent FIFA open to change and widespread reform And he said that neither Platini who supported him in May’s election or Chung who lost his executive committee seat as Asian vice-president when Ali beat him in an election in 2011 were ideal future candidates for the FIFA presidency "I have tremendous respect for Mr Platini both as the UEFA president and a former footballer but at the same time there is a difference between UEFA and FIFA" he continued "FIFA is in a crisis and we need a new beginning and whether anyone likes it or not Michel Platini’s introduction into football governance was as a protege of Sepp Blatter That’s the reality "I have sat down and talked with him I have listened to his ideas and I think it’s my responsibility to at least guarantee the future is different from the past and therefore I was not very encouraged by Michel Platini" He was equally dismissive of Chung who spent 17 years on the FIFA executive committee before losing his seat to Ali four years ago "The important thing is to have a new beginning" said Ali "and to have new ideas and therefore any candidate who has been in the organisation for a long time is not what is needed at this time" Ali confounded many observers by forcing a second round of voting in May’s election by denying Blatter an outright two-thirds winning margin in the first round He then conceded defeat before a second ballot took place but again implied he was considering another bid for the presidency when Davies asked him if he could win the election without the formal central backing of his own Asian confederation whose leadership is backing Platini "It is a while till we get to the vote in February but we will see If the elections are done correctly cleanly and properly without interference then I believe I can win for sure" With the vote taking place on Feb 26 candidates with nominations from five national associations have to officially register their declarations by Oct 26 Reuters By: PTI | Mumbai | Published: March 7 2016 2:40 pm Priyanka Chopra Irrfan Khan Nana Patekar Om Puri and Shefali Shah are set to lend their voice for the Hindi version of Disney’s upcoming American live-action epic release “The Jungle Book” Related News Bollywood stars Priyanka Chopra Irrfan Khan Nana Patekar Om Puri and Shefali Shah are set to lend their voice for the Hindi version of Disney’s upcoming American live-action epic release “The Jungle Book” The original film is a re-imagining of Walt Disney’s 1967 animated movie of the same name and stars Indian-American actor Neel Sethi as Mowgli It features the voice talents of Bill Murray Ben Kingsley Idris Elba Lupita Nyong’o Scarlett Johansson Giancarlo Esposito and Christopher Walken In the Hindi version Priyanka will voice Kaa the python which has been voiced by Johansson in the international film Irrfan will lend his voice to the friendly bear Baloo while “Dil Dhadakne Do” actress Shefali Shah will dub for Raksha the wolf Veteran actor Puri who has been often honored for his performances in India and abroad will lend his voice to Bagheera the Black Panther The Studio has also approached powerful performer Nana Patekar who recently wowed critics and audience with his riveting performance in Marathi film “Natsamrat” to once again lend his voice to Shere Khan Back in the early 90s Nana had dubbed for the fearsome tiger in the animated series “Jungle Book: The Adventures of Mowgli” that was aired on Doordarshan “The Jungle Book is so very special to India and we want our audience enjoy Disney’s all-new live-action adaptation We wanted nothing but the best for the Hindi version of the film “We are so excited to have such veterans and A list actors come together to voice and bring alive these beloved characters making it like a hi scale Hindi film” said Amrita Pandey Vice-President – Studios Disney India “The Jungle Book” has been directed by “Iron Man” helmer Jon Favreau and inspired by Rudy Kipling’s adventure stories based in India and Disney’s animated version The Indian audience will get to watch the movie on April 8 a week before US release For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: July 15 2016 3:41 am Top News THE Bombay High Court Thursday observed that children must not be made martyrs in conflicts between parents and private schools and directed the state government to get a student who was expelled from a private school admitted to another school Justice V M Kanade and Justice M S Sonak directed that the 12-year-old boy who was expelled from a school in south Mumbai be admitted into any other school in the vicinity immediately The bench was hearing a plea filed by his parents which came in the form of a letter but was converted into a suo motu petition by the court? 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of 67 throat swabs tested, believes cricket is suffering a brain drain.a suspect arrested in connection with the July 2011 serial blasts had told interrogators that he had met Tunda in Karachi when he went to Pakistan for terror training in 2000.there is no such compensation in case farmers in the state commit suicide. Speaking about how the film’s offer came at the right time,favour was the turning point of the game. On the political side, Korean girls danced to Rangabati at the 7th World Water Forum at Daegu in South Korea.

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