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Of course, There are only 10 new employees and we will try our best not to lose them. and asked him to come to the Indian chancery, “#TanuWedsManuReturns crosses a 100 cr mark!ABP News. In September 2017 afast-track court in UP acquittedAnsari and seven others in the murder of contractor Ajay Pratap Singh who was gunned down in broad daylight on 29 August 2009 However he was to remain in jail despite acquittal following other cases pending against him Earlier in February the Delhi High Court set aside a trial court order granting custody parole to the for canvassing in the UP Assembly polls By: PTI | Mumbai | Published: January 5 2017 8:04 pm The SCMM this year will witness 42679 runners at the start line competing in various events including the full marathon for which a total of 6342 runners have registered (Source: file) Top News Rio Olympian Kheta Ram Mohd Yunis and Elam Singh among men and Jyoti Gawate Monica Raut and Monica Athare among women are to lead the Indian challenge in the USD 384000 prize money Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon (SCMM) to be run on January 15 Kheta Ram had finished in 26th position in the Rio Games in August clocking 2 hours 15 minutes 26 seconds Ethiopia’s Ayele Abshero and Dinknesh Mekash a two-time winner head the elite fields at the 14th SCMM it was announced at a media conference on Thursday The 26-year-old Abshero a former world junior cross country champion would be looking to make a big impact on his first trip to India with a personal best time of 2:4:23 the pick among those who have entered the race The SCMM this year will witness 42679 runners at the start line competing in various events including the full marathon for which a total of 6342 runners have registered The half marathon and the dream run have received 14663 and 19880 entries respectively Athletics Federation of India President Adille Sumariwalla said distance running has become a big movement in the country “This is absolutely fantastic But today it has become a movement That’s more important because that’s where sporting culture gets built more people come into sport and we will have more winners” “Fifteen years ago there were only 3 to 5 big races but today there are over 300 small and big runs registered on the website It’s a whole movement for us” he said Sumariwalla a council member in the IAAF informed that world athletics body’s chief Sebastian Coe wants Indian athletes to do well “They are sending down people from IAAF to train our coaches We want to get rid of the dependency on foreign coaches So we have a whole coaches’ programme with Sports Authority of India that will now start in January “So when somebody passes NIS degree along with it he will get the IAAF coaching diploma too They all will be level 1 level 2 level 3 coaches when they pass out” he informed Bollywood actor John Abraham who is the marathon’s face said “What we have achieved is two things – getting fit and running for a cause” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Garima Mishra | Pune | Published: January 2 2017 12:16 am The elephants were bought from Kerala over 20 years ago Top News The last few months have been quite eventful for the four elephants of Rambo Circus While in May last year they were confiscated by Animal Welfare Board of India and shifted to a private land owned by a city-based NGO in June they returned to the circus when a court granted it the interim custody of the elephants In the first week of September when one of them hit the streets of Bhosari causing chaos the four had to be shifted to a private farmhouse in Shikhrapur in Junnar Now finally the four elephants — Anar (52 years) Nitya (22 years) Champa (36 years) and Saraswati (38 years) — have been retired from the circus and have been rehabilitated at a 160-acres land owned by a temple trust in Jamnagar in Gujarat Watch What Else Is Making News: Sujith Dilip owner of Rambo Circus said that from the past several months the circus has been investing a lot of time and efforts in fighting legal battle for the animals of the circus and has suffered major financial losses which has made maintenance of the elephants difficult which reached upto Rs 3 to 4 lakh per month for each elephant He cites other problems too “Also shifting the elephants from one city to another for a performance is not an easy task It is difficult for the elephants too Recently when we were going to perform in Karnataka we could not get permission for the elephants In the absence of that we had to shift them to Shikrapur temporarily After contemplating a lot of things we took this decision Since these four elephants have been with us for more than two decades and are like family members we wanted them to lead their retired life in a natural environment” said Dilip About six months ago the circus got in touch with one Ghom Bahadur the trustee of the temple in Jamnagar who agreed to keep the elephants on the trust-owned land and sponsor their expenses An agreement has been signed between the circus and the owner according to which while the ownership of the elephants remains with the Rambo Circus the elephants’ feed and medical expenses will be sponsored by the temple trust John Mathew manager of Rambo Circus said “Seven mahouts who took care of the four elephants at the Rambo Circus have also shifted to Jamnagar Besides there’s an additional staff of three people and a veterinarian to take care of the elephants The 160-acres land with a compound wall is full of teak-wood trees and has a huge pond too” Though it is only now that the four elephants have retired from the circus officially Saraswati and Anar had stopped performing in the circus over a decade ago due to their old age The four elephants were bought by the owner of Rambo Circus P T Dilip from Kerala-based circuses more than 20 years ago The elephants have different temperaments While Nitya cannot stand Champa and Saraswati and creates a ruckus if she is ignored she quietly obeys the orders of her mother Anar Interestingly the four do not sleep the entire day and follow a unique sleeping pattern in the night The mahout informs that unless there is a complete silence in their surroundings they do not go to sleep And hence generally after 1 pm they retire Just like in a jungle one of them guards the herd at night while the three go to sleep So who decides whose turn it is to guard “It is Anar who is the decision-maker And she gives a signal to any of the three by making noises and wagging her trunk towards one of them The mahouts have observed this” says Sujith adding that though Saraswati and Champa were shifted to Jamnagar in September Anar and Nitya moved two weeks ago as their transit permit was awaited “The four had been staying together from the last so many years So from the time Saraswati and Champa shifted the other two would keep making loud noises Now the four are finally together and happy” he adds For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi | Updated: November 6 2016 3:10 pm After Dongri Ka Raja Ronit Roy to appear in Ram Gopal Varma’s Sarkaar 3 Top News Ronit Roy became a household name after playing Mr Rishabh Bajaj on the 2001 show Kasautii Zindagii Kay The actor believes it was a golden era of Indian television industry as more people used to enjoy daily soaps then The 51-year-old star says TV has now reached its worst possible stage which is why nothing seems to be working out for the audience – be it old show’s hit plot or any writer’s new experiments with characters “People have tried to do new programming on TV but it has not worked May be the time was not right or may be it was not done correctly or the audience didn’t understand the concept or they plainly rejected it because they wanted the old stuff Television has hit a rock bottom Because neither the new work is being appreciated nor the old Across the board TRPs are dropping which is signaling that now it is time for something new” Ronit said Also read |Manoj Bajpayee’s character in Sarkar 3 inspired by Arvind Kejriwal saysRGV The star has been a part of the Indian TV industry for more than a decade now having worked in hit shows like Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi Adaalat Kasamh Se and Bandini According to Ronit soon there will be a “massive transition” on the small screen which will bring the much-needed changes on TV “There will be a pioneer who will come with something new and that will work for sure and the rest will follow It’s just a waiting game now for that person to come who is going to show us the path to follow to walk on And that time is almost there” he said Also read |Sarkar 3 shoot might wrap up ahead of time says AmitabhBachchan When asked if that excites him the actor said “I can guarantee that this next boom of television is going to be better than cinema” While discussing his experience about working in both films and TV Ronit said stars like Sushant Singh Rajput and Amit Sadh have broken the stereotypes by proving the audience wrong that a TV actor cannot do well in films “The boys and girls of today’s generation are veryfearless Earlier people used to think that he has done TV now he can’t get any films Somehow Sushant Amit me and a bunch of other TV actors have changed the mindset In fact people from cinema who used to say no to TV are now coming to the television More from the world of Entertainment: “Though none of them are still doing TV it’s only me who has been keeping a foot in both camps But I think in the long run the audience likes your work irrespective of the medium” he said The actor will next be seen in Hadi Ali Abrar’s Dongri KaRaja alongside Ashmit Patel Reecha Sahani and popular Marathi actor Gashmeer Mahajani The film is a love story in which Ronit is essaying the role of an underworld don It will release this Friday For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Divya Goyal | Published: July 27 2016 12:34 pm Discarded syringes litter an abandoned house Image used for Representational purpose (Express Photo by Gurmeet Singh) Top News A 22-year-old man an alleged Ludhiana drug dealer died on Tuesday after seven persons attacked him and his family over the “quality of drugs” that he had allegedly supplied Gurinder Singh of Malakpur Bet village was allegedly continuing his father’s “business” of supplying chitta (heroin) The police had booked Hardeep Singh Gurinder’s father under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act for smuggling After he got bail his family lodged him in a Patiala de-addiction clinic On Tuesday according to Gurinder’s mother Chinder Bai who described him to be “an addict just like his father” three men had come to their house at 230 AM demanding heroin After consuming the drug along with her son the “clients” complained of its “quality” the price and a deal that was done earlier police said A few hours later seven persons came to their house and attacked the family – Gurinder wife Sandeep Kaur mother Chinder and two others including an already paralysed Laxman Singh – with bats and sharp weapons The attack on Gurinder was particularly brutal Police said Gurinder’s head was smashed in and a finger chopped off His legs too were slashed with a sword police added He was rushed to a civil hospital from where he was referred to Dayanand Medical College and Hospital (DMCH) Ludhiana He died during treatment The condition of other members of his family also severely attacked were reported to be stable The body of the victim was handed over to the family for last rites Hardeep was brought from Patiala on Tuesday to attend his son’s cremation said Inspector Amarjit Singh SHO Haibowal police station “We are yet to identify the accused as the family is busy with the victim’s cremation” Police claim that the family was notorious in the village for their drug business “Both Gurinder and his father were booked in drug cases and were later granted bail” said Surinder Mohan ACP (Gill) “Drug business is their only source of livelihood” said another policeman For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Top News Jaising’s friends felt that she should not be celebrating the appointment of anyone in the Modi government,soft power, and nationalism complement an enduring Indian geographic advantage The subcontinent straddles some of the worlds most important sea lanesrendering India the roof of the Indian Oceanto borrow the formulation of a recently retired Indian naval chief On its land bordersIndia sits at the pivot between the energy-rich Middle East and energy-hungry east Asia With the two notable exceptions of China and PakistanIndia has a history of largely positive relations with Himalayan neighboursthe central Asian states and Russia Chinaby contrasthas a history of border disputes and outright war with many of its continental neighboursfrom Russia to Vietnam Chinas access to the Pacific and Indian Oceansmoreoveris blocked by a network of democracies along the mainlands maritime flankfrom JapanSouth Koreaand Taiwan to the PhilippinesIndonesiaand Singapore The trends and enduring strengths described above are not controversial Togetherthey suggest that the imbalance in Chinese and Indian national power can decline over the next 20 yearsif actions based on them are taken If India provides education and jobs for its young peopleuses cheap military technology that blunts conventional military incursions and works with other democratic Asian states and Asias democratic offshore balancer (the US) to safeguard their collective sovereign rightsAsia will be a different place in the coming decades There is no reason for India to be resigned or complacent given its current position The real question is what to do now That is the subject of our final essay Jacqueline Deal is president and CEO of the Long Term Strategy Groupa Washington DC-based defence consultancy Stephen Rosen is Beton Michael Kaneb Professor of National Security and Military Affairs at Harvard University and senior counsellor at LTSG Shivaji Sondhi is on the faculty at Princeton and directs the India and the World programme at its Centre for International Security Studies The three-part series concludes tomorrow For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News Punjab goes to polls on 4 February and this will be the final stretch of campaigning Pulling out their big guns the BJP the Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party have crucial rallies on Friday Prime Minister Narendra Modi Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will hit campaign rallies from Friday and address the Punjab populace Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi Reuters Rahul will campaign for party candidates in some of the key constituencies in the poll-bound state from Friday Congress will go on a mega offensive against the Badals and state minister Bikram Singh Majithia with Rahul along with the party’s state unit chief Amarinder Singh and Navjot Singh Sidhu ready to take on the Akali leaders on their home turfs a party release had said earlier Rahul will arrive in Punjab on a three-day visit the highlights of which will be joint public rallies with Amarinder and Sidhu in Majitha Jalalabad and Lambi On Friday Rahul will address a rally in Amritsar and Majitha "Rahul’s tour will raise Congress’ campaign pitch in Punjab where the public mood is clearly in favour of the party" the release said While Amarinder is taking on Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal in Lambi Assembly constituency Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal is contesting Jalalabad seat Majitha is the battleground for the Badals’s kin and close associate Bikram Singh Majithia "Rahul’s campaign will scale up Congress’ offensive in all these three assembly segments and will further strengthen the wave in the party’s favour in the state" it said Besides these three key assembly constituencies Rahul will also campaign in Rampura Phul Talwandi Sabo and Bathinda Urban besides Majthia on 27 January the first day of his visit followed by Jalalabad Budhlada and Dhuri on January 28 when he will also meet industrialists in Ludhiana 29 January has been scheduled for his public meetings in Gidderbaha and Lambi Other senior Congress leaders are already in Punjab to support the party’s campaign in the state With inputs from PTI By: Express Web Desk | Published: September 14 2017 8:35 pm Rohit Sharma comes into the Australia series with 302 runs in Sri Lanka (Source: PTI) Related News Rohit Sharma feels cricketers can’t complain of burnouts with their career not a very long one and the short shelf life shouldn’t be used as an excuse for absences Further adding that he doesn’t believe tight schedule can be attributed to a break Rohit said “Cricketers have limited careers we cannot play till the (age of) 60 70 We have to make the most of the time we have There can’t be excuses of burnout tight match schedule” said Rohit to PTI When queried whether Rohit himself needed a break from the game having played nearly non-stop since his six month injury layoff the Mumbai batsman said he wants to make the most of time on the field “Not really I am coming back from an injury I don’t see myself doing that I want to play as much as possible Whenever I get the opportunity I want to be there on the field? the DUP’s rivals. ? 2016 2:14 am Svetlana Kuznetsova reached the Wimbledon fourth round for the first time since 2008.

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