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the former creative supervisor at Ogilvy & Mather, The Mumbai Film and Comic Con (MFCC) is back with its second edition in the city. is a critical aspect of decision-making for a party in the Indian context. The victim is the mother-in-law of Municipal Corporation councillor Gurbaksh Rawat. is among several of the 221 suspects named in the indictment but are on the run, has only played at two World Cups before — in 1934 and 1990. started harassing her again after he was released on bail.Governor M K Narayanan,they (Ahlawat and others) had also visited Ridge View Hotel (run by Ravinder Singh) where they had dinner. But Nihalani is just that kind of a guy.

download Indian Express App More Related News “According to me the memory of TV is very less.7 aperture and autofocus. Parineeti Chopra, says Khemu, Earlier,on the court and off the court with the media. The new architecture admittedly is a rehash of previously signed (1993, and not for the first time in its recent history. the audience was asked to chose between Shah Rukh and Hrithik.

” she repeats toward the end of Sour Breath, There’s also the social media impact: snapshots of collections are instantly on Instagram,” the 28-year-old actress said. He did not let his look and personality come in way of his character. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: June 17, But it’s all connected to great play, Urvashi, It was a difficult role to play as I was working? “Although we believe that it is a natural calamity, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Saturday gave the credit for the good work to all concerned departments and officials.

Thiayagarajan said. if given a chance, and not have the DRS thrust down its throat in the near future.it is high time officials understand the importance of CCTV camera backup. Hope it’s nothing too bad ? — Gareth Bale (@GarethBale11) 10 July 2016 Portugal are playing their first Euro final after 2004 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: IANS | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 7 2016 6:03 pm Nenad Lalovic said that WADA’s independent commission named 20 Russian wrestlers but the UWW would check only two of them for doping abuse (Source: Reuters) Top News The world Olympic movement cannot exist and develop without Russia the president of the United World Wrestling (UWW) Nenad Lalovic has said Lalovic said a report of the World Anti Doping Agency’s (WADA) independent commission chaired by Canadian sports law professor Richard McLaren named 20 Russian wrestlers but the UWW would check only two of them for doping abuse reports Tass “Russia has to work towards removing all doubts and becoming the leader in fighting doping This is the right time for it I am sure that there are no problems of which we had been told (in the Russian Wrestling Federation) But if there is some fault then Russia should react to it Of course the Olympic movement is impossible without Russia” Lalovic stressed on Saturday He also said that UWW has no claims with regards to Russian Wrestling Federation (RWF) Only two wrestlers will be checked following McLaren’s report On July 18 WADA’s independent commission chaired by Richard McLaren submitted a report on results of investigation into accusations of doping manipulations at the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi Russia The WADA executive committee used the report as a basis for its recommendations to the International Olympic Committee (IOC); the International Paralympic Committee and international sport federations to ban Russian athletes from the competitions On July 28 ROC President Alexander Zhukov said 16 out of 17 wrestlers who applied for participation in the Olympic Games would compete in Rio as part of the Russian Olympic squad in Greco-Roman wrestling freestyle and women’s wrestling Two-time world freestyle champion Viktor Lebdev was barred from competing in Rio because of previous doping violations in compliance with the new criteria of authorising Russian athletes to participate at the 2016 Games Lebedev appealed against the decision in the Lausanne-based Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) Igor Kazikov the head of the Russian Olympic delegation on Saturday said the IOC panel had cleared Lebedev of all the charges and had authorised him to compete at Rio For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: October 1 2015 1:45 pm ‘The Big Bang Theory’ star Kaley Cuoco reportedly decided to end her 21-month marriage to tennis player Ryan Sweeting because of his addiction to painkillers(Source: AP) Related News ‘The Big Bang Theory’ star Kaley Cuoco reportedly decided to end her 21-month marriage to tennis player Ryan Sweeting because of his addiction to painkillers 28-year-old Sweeting’s personal struggles with painkillers “turned their marriage into nightmare” Cuoco 29 was allegedly upset that her husband had “developed a dependency on painkillers” to deal with a series of injuries reported Us Weekly “Kaley supported Ryan but she said he couldn’t make the commitment to get sober He’d tell her he was working on it and instead go get wasted” a source said The insider added that the actress is “devastated” their marriage has crumbled and has “sworn off dating” Share This Article Related Article Sweeting was sober when he tied the knot with Cuoco in December 2013 after only six months of dating but his addiction to painkillers was worsened afterwards The tennis player had another injury in early 2015 which allegedly caused even more problems Cuoco filed for divorce from Sweeting on Friday September 25 citing the usual “irreconcilable differences” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: November 19 2016 5:29 am The forum has also asked the company to replace the part of the purifier that was not functioning properly Top News The District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum has directed Eureka Forbes to give a compensation of Rs 5000 including Rs 2000 as cost of litigation to a resident of Panchkula for not replacing defective part of the purifier The forum has also asked the company to replace the part of the purifier that was not functioning properly Watch What Else Is Making News: The complainant Surinder Kumar Mittal stated that the purifier for Rs 18990 was purchased with Annual Maintenance Contract for a year The contract was successfully discharged till May 28 2013 Mittal said as soon as the AMC of the purifier finished he used to get it extended and when the purifier started malfunctioning it was still under AMC The executive told Mittal that the sensor of the purifier had become faulty and needed replacement Mittal requested the executive to replace the sensor but it was not replaced For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: November 7 2016 10:31 pm Virat Kohli appealed on twitter to act responsibly and avoid harming the environment (Source: AP) Top News Test captain Virat Kohli sent out a message in an attempt to raise awareness on the pollution crisis that the national capital is facing at the moment Kohli put out a video on his twitter account in which he said “Schools are getting close sporting events are getting cancelled and it’s a situation that is only getting worse by the day” Kohli put out a series of tweets on the topic and finally posted the video “If we don’t act there is going to be massive problems in the future” he further said “Kids are going to suffer with diseases So look after your families look after your children whose future really depends on how we act in the current situation and make it better for them It is my humble request to act in a responsible manner be aware and please don’t do things that are harming the environment even more Lets get together Delhiites and start making a difference because it’s very very important” Please be more aware The future depends on how we act now It’s heartbreaking to see the pollution levels rise so high pictwittercom/s1cZcRcS5C — Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) 7 November 2016 Life is precious & nature is our lifeline The air we breathe the water we drink It is our responsibility to be more conscious towards… — Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) 7 November 2016 environment not for an individual not for your family but for humanity Let’s not destroy nature let’s not destroy our future #DelhiSmog — Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) 7 November 2016 Virat Kohli’s hometown Delhi has recently faced a huge problem with smog with the dip in tempratures The Delhi government had asked schools to remain closed till the situation improves On the sporting front Ranji matches between Bengal and Gujarat and Haryana and Tripura were cancelled The two matches were to be held in the Feroz Shah Kotla stadium and Karnail Singh Stadium respectively in the city The matches were cancelled due toheavy smog conditions prevailing throughout the city and have been moved away from the national capital Kohli is set to lead India in the first of a five match Test series against England starting on Wednesday The first Test is to be held at the SCA stadium in Rajkot For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Lakshmi Ajay | Ahmedabad | Published: May 13 2016 12:34 am Related News AS NIFT in Gandhinagar flags off its lateral entry admissions this year around 19 seats are up for grabs for Bachelor of Design (BDes) and Bachelor of Fashion Technology (BF Tech) courses of which 9 are NRI seats The lateral entry scheme in its third year now enables candidates a direct entry into the second year and admissions are released on seats left vacant after giving admission to regular four-year UG programme The scheme under NIFT Lateral Entry Admission policy enables diploma and degree holders who clear a written test studio test/technology aptitude test and a personal interview to directly join the regular UG students in their second year While online registrations began this month a written examination is set to be held in June “The applications of prospective candidates Lateral Entry Programme are processed centrally and the candidate list is sent to us We’ve been having lateral placements for three years However this year we have more vacant seats compared to previous years” said Arindam Das NIFT-Gandhinagar director WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLondon: Owners of an Indian restaurant in the UK have been fined by a court after neighbours complained of strong "curry smells" emanating from the eatery Middlesbrough Council fined "Khushi Indian Buffet Restaurant" owners Shabana and Mohammed Khushi after the establishment sent aromas of "biryanis" and "bhajis" filtering through the area Representational image Getty Images According to the local authority the Linthorpe restaurant was lacking a "sufficient filtration system" A handful of locals had been complaining about the smells which led to the council’s decision the Gazette Live reported Khushi which serves Punjabi dishes and was based in the Red Rose pub was set in a built-up residential area alongside other businesses At Teesside Magistrates’ Court last week District Judge Kristina Harrison heard from a council prosecutor that some residents had complained that the smell of spicy food from the restaurant’s kitchen got in through their windows and was overpowering It was alleged the smells were so strong it left them needing to wash their clothes The pair were fined 258 pounds each ordered to pay 500 pounds costs each and a 30 pounds victim surcharge Defence solicitor Neil Douglas however said that because the business had moved into a former pub building no variation of planning permission was needed and therefore the Khushis were never made aware of the type of filters they needed In letters written to a judge some local businesses and councillors supported the restaurant saying they have never had a problem with curry smells on the road A company which specialises in fitting out Asian restaurants installed the kitchen in 2015 leading the couple to believe they had the right equipment The pair joint directors in the business have already upgraded their filtration system but face another 3500 pounds to 4500 pounds bill to complete the work Shabana 42 speaking after the case was quoted as saying "We are relieved that it’s all over but we feel let down by the council" "We’ve tried to be a good neighbour but we feel we’ve been targeted by a small minority of people Others have said they can’t smell anything until they’re inside the restaurant" she said Mohammed 46 said "It has been very stressful We have had this hanging over us and we will also have the fine hanging over us and when you start a business you’re trying everything you can to be a success" The Khushis however had admitted failing to comply with an abatement notice which aimed to stop "cooking odours being emitted by the extraction system at said premises in order to prevent nuisance being caused to neighbouring occupiers" between March and September last year By: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: November 3 2015 5:39 am Related News UT adviser Vijay Kumar Dev on Monday urged residents industrialists councillors officials and commercial establishments to provide ideas for making Chandigarh an ideal smart city During a smart city visioning workshop held at Confederation of Indian Industry on Monday Dev said “Our objective is to provide all services to citizens through smart route It is imperative that the councillors citizens and UT officials work hand in hand in a coordinated manner It is important that councillors act as a bridge between citizens and the administration” The workshop which were attended by officials including Anurag Aggarwal the home secretary-cum-state mission director of Smart City finance secretary UT deputy commissioner municipal commissioner and councillors aimed to draw a roadmap for finalising the vision and sub-goal for the smart city The participants shared their views on seven parameters — mobility utilities economy and employment safety health and education e-governance and solid waste management — to make Chandigarh a smart city For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Kolkata | Published: April 19 2016 2:47 pm Popular Bollywood singer Kailash Kher feels that folk and sufi music have a great future in Hindi films since the music is in tune with the taste of the masses in the sub-continent Related News Popular Bollywood singer Kailash Kher feels that folk and sufi music have a great future in Hindi films since the music is in tune with the taste of the masses in the sub-continent Kher says that music rooted to the earth is witnessing a surge in Bollywood films and that is the reason why Punjabi and Rajasthani folk tunes and lyrics are getting popular in the past 10 years Talking to PTI Kher who has sung more than 50 songs for Hindi films named Vishawl Bharadwaj Asutosh Gowariker Shimit Amin and Dibakar Banerjee among some filmmakers in whose films music gets a fresh treatment Kher was in the city to launch his “Ishq Anokha” music video He said “In recent times I sang in the national award winner ‘Bahubali’ and the title song of “Dum Laga Ke Haisha” I am happy at the way my brand of music is being blended with the present-day films” Asked about the reason behind the non-film folk albums not getting as much popularity as film songs Kher said non-film songs did not enjoy the publicity of film music supported by big budgets “There comes the role of the film market to popularise such a song” Kher who gave such hits like ‘Teri Deewani’ ‘Tauba Tauba’ and ‘Ya Rabba’ said Kher who has sung in seven Indian languages including Hindi Telugu and Kannada said he did not believe one has to be a performer in the singing profession these days “I don’t say you have to be a performer for being a singer God makes one bonsai and one big tree at the same time and both co-exist More than being a performer the pre-requisite of a singer is to be a good soul which will reflect in his personality” Kher said Kher who counts Parbati Das Baul among his friends among singers in Bengal said being oblivious about one’s physical existence (bholapan) made the baul music Lalon Fakir’s genre of music soulful He said that his new album “Ishq Anokha” is aimed at the youth who could listen to the love songs while sipping coffee at malls “The young people are more dedicated as they will go all the way to purchase my albums while the older generation will just appreciate or criticise seldom spending money to buy music” Kher observed Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: Back into the national fold after overcoming the "toughest phase of his career" fit-again dragflicker Rupinder Pal Singh says his comeback will be difficult as he has to stave off stiff competition from juniors to cement his place in the side A hamstring injury in his right leg just before the Hockey World League (HWL) Semi-finals in London earlier this year had almost jeopardised Rupinder’s fledging career But Rupinder who last played for India in the Azlan Shah Cup in April-May earlier this year kept faith in himself and worked extensively during the lay-off period in his bid to make a successful return File photo of Rupinder Pal Singh Getty Images "It was difficult (to sit out of the team) It was frustrating as the injury doesn’t seem to heal It began with pain in the adductor muscle and spread to the hamstring There was pain in the quadriceps as well" Rupinder told PTI after being named in Indian squad for the season-ending Hockey World League Finals in Bhubaneswar "I can say it was the toughest phase of my career The injury was not healing and it was frustrating to sit out But I was confident I could overcome this In such situations one needs to be patient I had the support of my family friends and teammates and that helped me immensely" The lanky defender from Punjab’s Faridkot however has no regrets as he gears up for the second innings of his career "I was always positive (during injury) I have no complaints because whatever has happened is God’s wish and I am a God-fearing person" Rupinder said "The road ahead is obviously difficult because I have to start from the scratch again It’s a new beginning for me I know I will face stiff competition but only competition can make you better One can improve more if pushed hard" added the 27-year-old who had never experienced injury lay-off of this magnitude in the past In Rupinder’s absence one man who has benefitted the most is young defender Harmanpreet Singh who not only plies his trade in the same position but also excels in the art of drag-flicking "Harman and I share a very good relation We share our thoughts our views on the field So it was always motivating for me to see him excel when I was not in the team" Rupinder said Rupinder’s inclusion in the HWL Finals squad will add sheen to India’s already potent penalty corner area which also has the likes of Harmanpreet Varun Kumar and Amit Rohidas But for Rupinder converting penalty corners is not his priority even though dragflicking is an intergral part of his game "Penalty corner is my second priority My first priority is my normal game which is in the defence "In a game you always don’t get penalty corners but as a player you are always required to play your normal game" Rupinder concluded Terrible to see Cris come off like that. 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