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a prominent Pakistani newspaper. inadequate growth in jobs and a general malaise in the market,producer Ramesh Taurani says,Yes Priyanka Chopra has been finalized for Race 2 while we are still on the look out for 2 more heroines? Astonished by Dhoni’s immense strength, Abhi toh party shuru hui hai, I have to buy medicines worth only Rs 160.The registered documents will be delivered to them the very same day at the e-sub registrar office. It was only the Germany international’s 21st goal for the north London club since joining them from Real Madrid in 2013 — and Wenger admitted that for a player widely regarded as world-class it is an area he can still improve. But eventually the choice is with the governments of both India and Pakistan.

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The unsettled 25-year-old Brazilian stormed off the practice pitch in disgust and has yet to commit his future to Barcelona ahead of the transfer deadline,Director KRA. Atul Kapoor, Speaking in Paris last week, Oman has traditionally had closer ties with Iran than its neighbours and has maintained relations with Qatar throughout the crisis. told AFP that PA employees would have full control of the borders. but there was no confirmation from Egypt.Chris Jordan,Mitchell Johnson orMartin Guptill would perfectly fit the bill Purse spent:429 crore Purse remaining:231 crore Total Players in the squad:17 Overseas Players in the squad: 5 Kings XI Punjab:Going into the auctions Kings XI Punjab have the maximum funds for auction with a purse of Rs 23135 crore Considering that last year theywere placed at the bottom of the IPL table it is expected that they will make maximum utilization of the funds to strengthen their weak links One of the reasons behind this slump was due to the fact that they did not have a potent bowling attack which could provide vital breakthroughs and knock teams off Mitchell Johnson wasn’t certainly at his prime and has been released The domestic set of players too lacked the spark to make inroads into the opponents’ batting line up Ishank Jaggi gets drafted in the nick oftime Hence this is one of the crucial areas that they will be looking to strengthen if they wish to finish further up in the table Star players like Chris Woakes Pat Cummins Angelo Matthews all fit the bill for the franchise from Punjab Someone like a Morne Morkel or John Hastings would definitely be a good buy for the Kings The batting department meanwhile looks sorted with power hitters David Miller Manan Vohra Murali Vijay Glenn Maxwell Gurkeerat Singh Mann Shaun Marsh and Wriddhiman Saha all slated to feature in the playing eleven Who will Kolkata Knight Riders and Mumbai Indians look outfor Purse spent: 4265 crore Purse remaining:23135 crore Total Players in the squad: 19 Overseas Players in the squad:5 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: December 24 2015 5:30 pm After witnessing the teaser of Milap Zaveri’s ‘Mastizaade’ starring Sunny Leone Tusshar Kapoor and Vir Das the trailer will leave you in shock as very less is left to imagination here Related News After witnessing the almost porn like teaser of Milap Zaveri’s ‘Mastizaade’ starring Sunny Leone Tusshar Kapoor and Vir Das the trailer will leave you in shock as very less is left to imagination here Shedding all inhibitions Sunny Leone has set the bar for oomph factor in the industry even higher Tusshar Kapoor and Vir Das’ expressions and dialogues are laced with double meanings regular affair in a Milap Zaveri film Riteish Deshmukh has done the narration in the film who appears in the beginning and at the end of the trailer Watch the trailer of Mastizaade here: After making films like Masti Kya Kool Hai Hum 3 Desi Boyz Woodstock Villa Milap Zaveri has definitely gone a step ahead with ‘Mastizaade’ He recently revealed that after this sex comedy his next film would be a family comedy Share This Article Related Article ‘Mastizaade’ will hit the screens on January 29 2016 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsMahendra Singh Dhoni has announced that he is standing down as the captain of India’s limited overs teams – both ODI and T20 As is typical of the man the announcement came a bit out of the blue No one was calling for him to hand over the captaincy to Virat Kohli even with Kohli doing a fine job leading the Test team But he has decided that he doesn’t want to be the leader of the limited overteams any more Instead he will be a rank and file player still available for selection just not leading on the field It will be bizarre to see Dhoni in an India team but not as the captain The last time Dhoni played for India and wasn’t the captain was in October 2008 when current Team India coach Anil Kumble was in charge For the best part of a decade when Dhoni has played for India he has done so as their leader and he has done so with huge success His first captaincy assignment for India was at the inaugural World T20 in South Africa India won it By October of that year Dhoni was the ODI captain and in that role he led his side to victory at the 2011 World Cup even hitting the winning runs when he drilled Nuwan Kulasekara for a six at the Wankhede Stadium Two years later he was in charge when India pulled off a remarkable come back to beat England in the 2013 Champions Trophy final MS Dhoni during India’s ODI against New Zealand in Ranchi AFP In Test cricket the format least suited to Dhoni’s game as a batsman and as a tactician he also found success While he was in charge India reached the number one spot in the ICC Test rankings and stayed there from November 2009 to August 2011 There will be pages and pages of newspapers and websites devoted to listing his on-field achievements but all of that isn’t what sums up Dhoni Yes he was successful and yes that success has further added to his mystique He has won everything that you can win on a cricket field But that isn’t the interesting thing about Dhoni If Sachin Tendulkar was the personification of a post-protectionist India that was coming of age then Dhoni is the characterisation of 21st century India An India that has a booming economy that is the centre of the cricketing world and a country that is coming to terms with its place as a big player on the global stage This was evident from everything that Dhoni did from dealing with the press to speaking with his teammates A quiet confidence that oozed a sense of belonging at the top table sums up Dhoni and reflects a modern India Dhoni’s prickly passive-aggressive press conferences have become infamous There were times when you could see the hint of a smile but you would be left wondering if you had just imagined it From telling the assembled press that he didn’t have the technique for Tests at the start of a Test tour to discussing retirement in the middle of another Dhoni’s press conferences were very rarely dull While the press have enjoyed picking through the content of his pronouncements more often than not you suspected he was speaking to his team rather than his public He wanted them to know that results are generated by following the right processes He would always talk about the process “I believe in the process more than the result” Dhoni told Mark Nicholas in AllOutCricket magazine in 2014 “If youare properly prepared physically andmentally committed to the task and fullyengaged in the moment then I have noproblem with the outcome” And that sums up Dhoni the captain He was never a man that would be overly joyous in victory or morose in defeat This was his greatest strength but also the reason why he has never generated feelings of fondness in opposing fans There was always respect his achievements made sure of that but there has never been the love that other players have been afforded by those that follow their opponents A man who didn’t seem to care if he won or lost isn’t going to make you feel warm and fuzzy Although that allegation of not caring is to fail to understand Dhoni His calmness his ability to remain clear-headed at the most difficult of moments stem from his ability to focus on the execution of a plan rather than the fear of failure or the anticipation of victory There is no better example of this than when England’s batting was falling apart at Edgbaston during the closing moments of the Champions Trophy final in 2013 India’s talismanic captain remained becalmed He trusted Ishant Sharma with the ball when England needed 28 runs from 18 balls with Eoin Morgan and Ravi Bopara well set No one else would have Everyone thought he had made a mistake But as was so often the case with Dhoni his hunch paid off His absolute faith in himself and his players was catching Ishant took two wickets in two balls to dismiss both the set batsmen A mere 20 minutes later Dhoni was lifting the trophy in a fetching white jacket Dhoni is not a tactical genius he is not a perfectly correct batsman or a brilliant exponent of wicketkeeping Yet he wrung every single drop of talent and potential out of himself You can’t imagine him giving a rousing speech like a General on the eve of battle Instead his quiet confidence infected his team He leaves the Indian captaincy with nothing left to win and as a true great The next challenge for Dhoni will be to step back from his leadership role and support Kohli for surely it will be Kohli that takes over and not overshadow his replacement Dhoni has captained his country more times than any cricketer in history and is a hero to many of those that are members of this Indian team Melting into the background will be Dhoni’s next big test but he rarely fails at anything he does Written by Mythreyee Ramesh | Mumbai | Published: November 24 2016 1:53 am In the little fishing village near Sassoon Docks Rekha Mihir a fisherwoman said her family had to resort to either selling their catch on credit or for very low prices (Representational image) Top News FISHING villages across the city have witnessed a wary hush for days with the demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes hitting their almost entirely cash-based trade But nearly two weeks later the fishing industry is slowly regaining momentum in Mumbai according to fishermen at the Colaba fishing village According to Damodar Tandel president of Akhil Maharashtra Machhimar Kriti Samiti the fishermen have regained 40 per cent of their usual proceeds from sales but it will still be a long time before things stabilise completely “The first one week was the worst-hit Seventy-five per cent of the fishing activities was stopped as there was no cash to facilitate any transaction However the sales are improving slowly” said Tandel Watch What Else Is making News In the little fishing village near Sassoon Docks Rekha Mihir a fisherwoman said her family had to resort to either selling their catch on credit or for very low prices “We mostly sold fish at throwaway prices — after all something is better than nothing Also we do not have adequate storage facilities so our goods are highly perishable” said Mihir The market at Sassoon Docks usually crowded in the mornings continues to see thin attendance of buyers even this week Fish like the Bombay Duck exclusive to the Konkan coast and in high demand were sold at Rs 5 per kg last week against a usual price of Rs 35 per kg but still found few takers “The wholesale business was affected the most The retailers could argue with the customers to pay them in smaller currency notes as they deal with customers who do not buy in large quantities But we have to bear the transportation cost as well as other operational costs In any case the sales have improved now a little” said another fisherman The fishing village in south Mumbai also does not manage to net the catch that fishermen here brought home a decade or so ago Have a comment or suggestion for Postcard From A Mumbai Village Write to [email protected] with subject line: Postcard From A Mumbai Village For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Tanuj Lakhina | Published: January 30 2017 6:50 pm Roger Federer won his fifth Australian Open title on Sunday night (Source: Reuters) Related News There are many who would say Roger Federer turned back the clock in winning the Australian Open on Sunday night in Melbourne For his fifth Aussie Open and 18th Grand Slam Federer ‘turned 18’ is what some called it Butit is the 35-year-oldRoger that won the first Grand Slam of the year and in the process took out Rafael Nadal – arguably the only player whocan go one-on-one with Federer in the prime and come out on top The numbers don’t lie Nadal went into the final with a 23-11 head-to-head over the former World No 1 But then again that is the beauty of the sport and of these two men in particular Theirwill to never let go and never give up be it at a single point – as was witnessed at multiple times in thematch – be it a game a set or even a match The last part was perfectly visible in the fifth set when Federer came from 1-3 down and from being shut down multiple times as hegarnered break points to breaktwice in a row Even as he served for the match Nadal saved one match point endured nerves of hawk-eye on the serve and the eventual championship clincher #Federer: POINT OF THE MATCH pictwittercom/oKH1OBw3rY — doublefault28 (@doublefault28) 29 January 2017 There are multiple reasons that make this Federer win even more appreciable Beyond the age factor the fact that Federer was playing his first tournament in six months after two major surgeries in the past year make you just want to stand up and applaud If that wasn’t enough he battled through physical discomfort that needed a medical time-out in the semifinal against Stan Wawrinka in the final against Nadal and then physios tending to him in the final set even with a break down Further Federer would play three five-setters in the final four rounds – something he hadn’t done in the entire 2016 Any other player they would have thrown in the towel but not Federer He would become the oldest man to win a Grand Slam singles title in 45 years with the 6-4 3-6 6-1 3-6 6-3 win over Nadal with legendary Rod Laver watching at the stadium named after him The passage would exceed his own expectations too “I would have said a great event would be quarters” Federer said “Fourth round would be nice” he would add after the final in his assessment of a good return to action Seeded 17th Federer would get a daunting draw with potential contests against Tomas Berdych Kei Nishikori Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka As luck would have it Murray would bow out in the first week and that would remove one of the biggest thorns in his quest for the 18th but a potential Nadal final was not considered by many Roger Federer’s last Grand Slam win came four and half years back at the 2012 Wimbledon (Source: Reuters) In the fifth set against Nadal with scoreline reading 1-3 Federer looked to be headed towards yet another defeat to his traditional nemesis but the Swiss stuck to his guns and to the game plan as discussed with coaches Severin Luthi and Ivan Ljubcic “I told myself to play free” Federer said “You play the ball You don’t play the opponent Be free in your head Be free in your shots Go for it The brave will be rewarded here I didn’t want to go down just making shots seeing forehands rain down on me from Rafa” And that’s what Federer did or continued to do as he had for the past fortnight In return from injury Federer has been taking the ball much earlier than he used to would move in much more into the court make his way to the net much more and even employ the serve-and-volley technique solidly against Mischa Zverev During the week there were murmurs that the courts were prepared and playing much quicker than usual hardcourts to aid Federer’s game But those rumours were quashed quickly During the years Federer’s one-handed backhand has been quite possibly the most glorious strokes in tennis The fluidity and ease with which it is struck would draw awe and inspiration Pit it against Nadal’s topspin heavy forehand which would zip off the court on the bounce and rise over the shoulder level and Federer’s comfort level on that backhand would jade Not at the Australian Open final though Or not enough Federer would opt for more of a driving approach on his backhands than on his neutral slice which would eat up the venom on the strokes but not have Nadal continuously under pressure Roger Federer reduced the deficit over Rafael Nadal at the Australian Open (Source: Reuters) “He did not surprise me” Nadal said “He was playing aggressively and I understand that in a match against me I don’t think it would have been intelligent to try to get into too many long rallies from the baseline I don’t think he would have won He went for it and it was the right thing for him to do” Federer sealed the deal in unceremonious circumstances From 15-40 down he would save one break point with an ace and the second with a forehand winner The first championship point would go begging with a forehand error but the second would be bagged in the same manner albeit with a challenge from Nadal that would find the ball clipping the line “Of course it’s slightly awkward to win this way” Federer would say “Nevertheless emotions poured out of me I was incredibly happy” ROGER FEDERER #AusOpenFinal pictwittercom/OZkUxoHvSS — doublefault28 (@doublefault28) 29 January 2017 With the 18th Grand Slam under his belt Federer has once again moved back into the top-10 in the rankings as he moved in from number 17 in the rankings Berdych in the process has dropped two places to 12th with David Goffin 11th In terms of other numbers Federer is tied at fifth overall in Grand Slam titles matching Martina Navratilova and Chris Evert Ahead of him are Margaret Court (24) Serena Williams (who won her 23rd Grand Slam at the Australian Open) Steffi Graf (22) and Hellen Wills (19) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsLondon:European Union leaders are willing to change the bloc’s rules for the freedom of movement of workers opening an opportunity for Britain to avoid a damaging "hard Brexit" former prime minister Tony Blair said on Saturday The election of French president Emmanuel Macron had put reform of the European Union on the table meaning Britain and the EU could meet "halfway" to strike a deal that would keep Britain inside the world’s largest trading area Blair said File image of Tony Blair AP "The European leaders certainly from my discussions are willing to consider changes to accommodate Britain including around freedom of movement" the former Labour prime minister said in an article published by his Institute for Global Change "The opposition to free movement of people once you break it down is much more nuanced The French and Germans share some of the British worries notably around immigration and would compromise on freedom of movement" Blair’s comments are at odds with the EU’s negotiating stance which stresses there can be no "cherry picking" from the benefits of membership of the EU’s single market without accepting freedom of movement for EU workers Blair lamented that both Prime Minister Theresa May’s Conservative Party and the Opposition Labour Party had set their minds on leaving the single market without exploring the alternatives "Given what is at stake and what daily we are discovering about the costs of Brexit how can it be right deliberately to take off the table the option of compromise between Britain and Europe so that Britain stays within a reformed Europe" he said Blair was prime minister for 10 years until 2007 He wanted to take Britain into the euro zone and believed Britain should lead the way in the EU rather than withdraw from it The CPM on Monday flayed the BJP after cow vigilantes targeted Tamil Nadu government officials who were transporting cows from Jaisalmer to their state saying the ruling party’s "divisive" politics is detrimental to the country’s social fabric "BJP’s divisive politics the environment of hate fostered by it and no governance spells hell for our social fabric (sic)" CPI(M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury said on Twitter At least 50 cow vigilantes targetted officials transporting cows pelted stones at a truck and blocked National Highway 15 on suspicion of cattle smuggling in Rajasthan’s Barmer district police said on Monday The officials of the Tamil Nadu Animal Husbandry Department had purchased 50 cows and calves from Jaisalmer and were transporting them in five trucks with NOoC and all required papers and permission from authorities when the cow vigilantes attacked them PTI reported on Monday Representational image Reuters Four persons have been arrested and action against seven policemen including a police inspector has been taken for allegedly not taking the matter seriously and reaching the spot late on Sunday night a senior police official said The officials of the animal husbandry department of the Tamil Nadu government had purchased 50 cows and calves from Jaisalmer and were transporting them in five trucks with no-objection certificates (NOC) and all required papers and permission from authorities and police when the cow vigilantes attacked them "The accused tried to beat the officialsThey also tried to set a truck on fire but police reached the spot and prevented them The officials drives and cleaners were rescued and taken to a local police station?the photographer claims that he was hired to take photographs of the ? as per Hindustan Times report.

(English Premier League Home | Fixtures | Standings/Table) Huddersfield were without a Premier League win since August but there was no sign of any dent to the confidence of an energetic and determined side.he headed to Mussorie for 49-day mandatory training for IAS officers after which he will be due for promotion. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Baninder Rahi | Chandigarh | Published: May 5,” the senior government official said.the impact on the current account deficit (0. After the posters were put out,Indian football team head coach Stephen Constantine on Sunday? He said,a young boy from Narayan Nagar in Kurla was randomly picked up by police while he was returning to his place for iftaar on Sunday. With a newly laid fresh pitch on offer which was quite hard and had true bounce.

Apart from him, Japan," he added. An eventful evening at St James’ Park began prior to kick-off, That’s the magic of rotational system, ? 2014 3:21 am Related News Kedar Jadhav returned from the IPL to find a thick cloud of worry over the Jadhav household in Kothrud.564 while teammate Kai Kazmirek claimed bronze (8, One of the four prints is a sketch of Indira Gandhi that was done in London; another of two hands clutching a drawing book; a third of Professor Engelhardt; and a fourth unsigned painting. Mizoram and Manipur and selected 48 kids for trainig them at the residential academy.

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