In 2017, Apart from the showcase at NSIC Grounds in Okhla,redemption,s Minister State for Industry & Mines Saurabh Patel, “People love Bollywood in this country. The police have now registered a case against unidentified persons on charges of murder and rape. On Sunday, It is for this reason that the helpline is manned by a woman constable between 7 pm and 7 am — a practice which continues uninterrupted.500. his first action since suffering a career-threatening knee ligament injury in April. * Curried meat or vegetable can bulk up the meal. But TMC should remember one thing- you can force someone to join your party,” he said. Poorna, Nobody knew me, download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: August 20, it is an important issue, speech and expression with the others who are not in prison” (Anukul Chandra Pradhan vs UoI). In fact, 2015 1:42 pm Johnny Depp and daughter Lily-Rose. “By combining biologically inspired design principles with improved engineering technology, The galago jumps so well because its tendons are loaded with energy by its muscles when it is in a crouched position.com/M1lXfDSawC — Mariah Carey (@MariahCarey) January 2, Derabassi and Zirakpur. “Today was an example, we felt this was our best T20 attack.s, he added For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: April 18 2016 11:40 am Guns N’ Roses frontman Axl Rose will replace AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson for the remainder of their latest Rock Or Bust stadium tour (Source:Reuters) Related News Guns N’ Roses frontman Axl Rose will replace AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson for the remainder of their latest Rock Or Bust stadium tour Brian Johnson was told to stop performing live or risk total hearing loss said The Hollywood Reporter “AC/DC band members would like to thank Brian Johnson for his contributions and dedication to the band throughout the years We wish him all the best with his hearing issues and future ventures “As much as we want this tour to end as it started we understand respect and support Brian’s decision to stop touring and save his hearing We are dedicated to fulfilling the remainder of our touring commitments to everyone that has supported us over the years and are fortunate that Axl Rose has kindly offered his support to help us fulfill this commitment” the band wrote in a statement AC/DC’s Rock Or Bust stadium tour resumes May 7 in Lisbon Portugal and runs through June 12 Following the European run Rose will head out on his Guns N’ Roses ‘Not In This Lifetime’ summer stadium tour Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express AppBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: December 22 2015 12:20 pm Director Ali Abbas Zafar says the first schedule for Salman Khan’s upcoming film “Sultan” is complete Related News Director Ali Abbas Zafar says the first schedule for Salman Khan’s upcoming film “Sultan” is complete “First schedule of @SultanTheMovie wraps today 20 days down 90 more to go Scenic beach from set window make the day” Zafar tweeted on Monday (December 21) night 1st schedule of @SultanTheMovie wraps today 20 days down 90 more to go Scenic beach from set window make the day pictwittercom/DZjT0mdiDw — ali abbas zafar (@aliabbaszafar) December 21 2015 //platformtwittercom/widgetsjs The upcoming movie is reportedly based on the life of a wrestler essayed by the “Wanted” actor (Read:Salman and I are too busy to do a film together: Shah Rukh Khan) One of the fittest stars of Bollywood Salman has gone through intensive training for wrestling and mixed martial arts for Zafar’s directorial with international action director Larnell Stovall (Also read:Salman Aamir will help wrestling get its due: Goldie Behl) His leading lady in the film is yet to be announced There was a rumour that actress Parineeti Chopra was a part of the film However the “Ishaqzaade” actress took to Twitter earlier this month to deny the reports Produced by Aditya Chopra under his Yash Raj Films banner “Sultan” is slated to hit the screens on Eid in 2016 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLondon: Norway’s Karsten Warholm and Phyllis Francis produced sublime performances to stun the favourites and take gold at the athletics world championships on Wednesday Warholm a baby-faced 21-year-old led from start to finish to beat one of the all-time greats in the 400 metres hurdles Kerron Clement and give Norway their first gold in the event Norway’s Karsten Warholm reacts at the finish line after wining the men’s 400 meters hurdles final at the World Athletics Championships in London AP Clement bidding to become the first man to win the hurdles world title three times had to settle for bronze "I truly don’t believe it" gasped Warholm who put his fingers round his mouth after crossing the line apeing the famous painting ‘The Scream’ by Norwegian artist Edvard Munch "I’ve worked so hard for this but I don’t know what I have done This is an amazing feeling I’m world champion that’s crazy" Francis’s victory was even more surprising as the American fifth in the Olympics last year looked set for a minor medal at best with Bahama’s Shaunae Miller-Uibo set to add world gold to her Olympic crown However the Bahamian tied up dreadfully in the final 20 metres and it was Francis who breasted the line in first with her legendary compatriot Allyson Felix third "At the finish line I was surprised I thought I was second or third but then they told me ‘you are first’ That is crazy" said 25-year-old Francis Miller-Uibo stumbled over the line and then collapsed on the track with not only her dreams of 400m gold having been shattered but also of doing the 400m/200m double For two other athletes though the dream double remains on course with Britain’s Mo Farah and South Africa’s Wayde van Niekerk reaching the 5000m and 200m finals respectively However they got to them in very different styles The 34-year-old Farah – who won the 10000m last Friday – looked at ease in finishing second in his semi-final as he bids to bow out of championship track running with his fifth successive global title double ‘Running with anger’ 400m world champion Van Niekerk though struggled into the 200m final by virtue of being the second of the two fastest losers – just 200th of a second ahead of France’s Christophe Lemaitre "I knew it would be a tough challenge" said Van Niekerk who is bidding to emulate the legendary Michael Johnson’s 200m/400m double in the 1995 championships "To see my name in the final is a real pleasure I’ve got time to recover now and give it my all in the final" Looking especially dangerous is Botswanan Isaac Makwala who but for being barred from the 400m final because he had been diagnosed with the highly-contagious norovirus could have been contemplating the double himself The 30-year-old who has late in his career surged into global medal contention came through two 200m on Wednesday – one a solo time-trial as he had been barred from the heats on Monday Makwala admitted to being heartbroken at missing out on the 400m adding: "I am running with anger" China got their first gold of the championships as Gong Lijiao ended years of near-misses in finals to take the women’s shot put in a competition that failed to catch fire although the torrential rain didn’t help "It is 26 years since China won a shot put medal so it’s a very special moment for me" she said By: Express Web Desk | Mumbai | Updated: March 13 2016 4:09 pm Sanjay Dutt’s daughter Trishala Dutt was eight when mother Richa Sharma passed away in 1996 due to brain tumour Trishala who was extremely close to her mother shared a heart-warming letter written by her mother years ago by her own hand Related News Sanjay Dutt’s daughter Trishala Dutt was eight when mother Richa Sharma passed away in 1996 due to brain tumour Trishala who was extremely close to her mother shared a heart-warming letter written by her mother years ago by her own hand Trishala who herself is a good writer today credits her mother for passing down all the savvy writing skills The 21-year-old letter has uploaded by Trishala on her Instagram and she captioned it as: ‘I found this note my mom wrote when she was dying…this was about 21+ years ago Now I know where I get my writing skills from…life is short…I miss her ? 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Compiled by Manoj CG For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 16 2016 3:31 pm Miller of the Bahamas crossed 07 seconds ahead of Felix thanks to a head-first dive that came after a downpour forced a delay in the evening events (Source: AP) Top News The Americans were denied a gold medal Monday for the first time since the 2008 Beijing Olympics and it took two big stumbles to keep the “Star Spangled Banner” on pause One of the slips cost US gymnastics star Simone Biles gold on the balance beam The other secured Shaunae Miller’s win in the women’s 400 meters over Allyson Felix the US star who missed out on her fifth Olympic gold medal Miller of the Bahamas crossed 07 seconds ahead of Felix thanks to a head-first dive that came after a downpour forced a delay in the evening events and sent spectators scurrying for shelter at Olympic Stadium Biles lost her status as Rio de Janeiro’s juggernaut after a blunder on the balance beam prevented her from a record-tying fourth gold in gymnastics at these games The American’s shutout came on a day the Rio Games were dogged by rain wind and fire In the morning there was too little wind then too much at the sailing regatta on Guanabara Bay where men’s and women’s medal races were postponed until Tuesday In the afternoon smoke and ash from a wind-whipped wildfire billowed over the field hockey stadium in Deodoro Boxing may have to weather another storm of its own after a surprising decision in the men’s heavyweight gold medal fight where boos cascaded down from the crowd when Evgeny Tischenko of Russia was announced as the unanimous winner over Vassiliy Levit of Kazakhstan who looked like the winner Biles’ blunder allowed Sanne Wevers of the Netherlands to take the gold medal and Laurie Hernandez of the US to slip past Biles for the silver It also ended Biles’ bid to become the first female gymnast to win five golds in a single Olympics Already a three-time gold medalist (all-around team and vault) when she walked onto the floor on Monday Biles was a favorite on beam as the reigning world champion She topped qualifying last week and had just completed the most difficult part of her routine a tumbling pass that stretches the length of the 4-inch wide slab of wood when she missed the landing following her punch front flip A fresh round of troubles tormented South America’s first Olympics on Monday: The German Olympic team said canoe slalom coach Stefan Henze died from injuries sustained in a car crash last week The Egyptian judo athlete who refused to shake his Israeli opponent’s hand after losing a first-round heavyweight fight was sent home The Olympic Broadcasting Service said seven bystanders sustained minor injuries when a television camera it operates plummeted about 30 feet in the Olympic park South Korean cyclist Park Sang-hoon was taken from the velodrome on a stretcher with his neck immobilized after a crash multi-discipline omnium competition And Usain Bolt the co-star of these games along with Michael Phelps said that a tight schedule slowed down the sprinters in the 100 meters Sunday Bolt blamed the hour turnaround from the semifinals to the finals for his lumbering start before he recovered to win his third consecutive gold medal and retain the title as the world’s fastest man “I don’t know who decided that” Bolt said “It was really stupid So that’s why the race was slow” Other highlights from Day 10: LONE RUSSIAN : The lone Russian track and field athlete at the Olympics has won her appeal to compete in Rio The Court of Arbitration for Sport ruled early Monday that Darya Klishina is eligible to take part in Tuesday’s long jump qualifying because she has been based outside of Russia for the last three years and has been subjected to regular drug testing GRECO-GREATS : Cuban heavyweight Mijain Lopez again bested Turkish rival Riza Kayaalp putting him in the company of wrestling great Alexander Karelin Lopez beat Kayaalp 6-0 to capture his third Greco-Roman gold medal Lopez joins Karelin and Carl Westergren of Sweden as the only wrestlers with three Olympic titles in the classic discipline GOLF AGAIN : Brazilian native Miriam Nagl has been chosen to hit the opening tee shot Wednesday for women’s golf at the Olympics for the first time since 1900 in France On Sunday Justin Rose won the first golfing gold medal since 1904 in St Louis when he beat Henrik Stenson by two strokes on the Olympic course For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: August 13 2015 2:09 pm The former couple Zayn Malik and Perrie Edwards put their north London home on the market for 42 million pound (Source: Reuters) Related News Former One Direction star Zayn Malik and Perrie Edwards are reportedly selling their house The former couple who ended their four-year relationship three weeks ago put their north London home on the market for 42 million pound just two months after they moved into the property reported Hollywood Life The pair bought the five-bedroom mansion – which sits in a 25 acre plot and features a swimming pool orangery paddock home gym and cinema – earlier this year after weeks house-hunting around the capital shortly after the 22-year-old hunk quit One Direction Earlier this week it was reported Malik had demanded his ex-fiancee move all of her belongings out of their home despite the fact she was busy in the US promoting Little Mix’s new single “Black Magic” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Published: August 21 2016 11:19 pm Justin Rose (GBR) of Britain celebrates his gold medal win in the men’s Olympic golf competition (Source: Reuters) Top News Adilson da Silva of Brazil hit the first shot that put golf back in the Olympics for the first time in more than a century Inbee Park hit the final putt that capped off two weeks that could not have gone much better for a sport trying to make a good impression Peter Dawson was on the first tee when it started and said he had a tear in his eye when it ended “It exceeded my very best expectations” Dawson president of the International Golf Federation said Sunday “We had two great competitions that were very exciting medalists from six different countries It was marvelous The way people enjoyed themselves and clearly relished the Olympic experience is heartening “It was a very different week for golf” The sport left Rio in much better shape than when it arrived The celebration of six medalists dwarfed the absentee list that included the top four men in the world All but forgotten were the delays in getting Olympic Golf Course built because of various protests and lawsuits which cost so much time that a test event at the Gil Hanse design could not be played until just five months before the Olympics “It was all a bit of trepidation going into the unknown” said Dawson former chief executive of the R&A “We know how to put on golf events despite the fact it was in foreign territory I think to see how much the players enjoyed it exceeded our expectations I know I’m delighted I didn’t miss the experience I’ll never forget it” At an Olympics with half-filled venues men’s golf was a sellout for the final round when Justin Rose made birdie on the last hole to end a great duel with Henrik Stenson Crowds were smaller for the women the following week though it had a distinctive Olympic feel with fans spread out across the course easy to spot by the color of the shirts for the country they watched As for television NBC Sports showed the final 90 minutes of the men’s golf and it was the second-highest rated window of the year behind the Masters Women never had that chance because the starting times were moved up for the final round to avoid storms and finished early Even so Golf Channel said women’s golf recorded new benchmarks every day The third round brought the highest numbers for any third round in women’s golf during daytime hours since 2011 “Not having ever experienced golf in the Olympics it was difficult to put expectations to it” IGF Vice President Ty Votaw said “But coming through these two weeks I would say 41 countries participating six countries earning medals and a country like Russia owning the Olympic scoring record … our goal of trying to have as many countries participate and be competitive so that the sport could be brought to new fans who might be interested in taking up the game was validated” The scoring record belongs to Maria Verchenova whose participation was confirmed only the day before the opening ceremony because of Russia’s doping scandal She made a hole-in-one on her way to a 62 “It’s going to push the Russian golf forward and hopefully as much as it can” Verchenova said “Maybe the kids see me on TV and maybe they say `Oh I want to play golf as well’ Hopefully do the best” The next step for golf is staying in the games and executives left Rio feeling bullish about the International Olympic Committee review next year of all events Golf already was assured of being in the Tokyo Games in 2020 Rose said if he could make a case for golf staying beyond Tokyo he would say “Were you in Rio” It’s more complicated than that though it will be hard to find flaws The idea was to put its best foot forward and golf didn’t trip “We’re more confident but not complacent” Dawson said “We’ve had some strong words of congratulations from many IOC members The golf events did particularly well in TV ratings There are a lot of sports pitching their events But I think golf made a lot of friends” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsA fire broke out at an office park in Navi Mumbai’s Airoli on Wednesday according to several media reports Navi Mumbai: Fire breaks out in Reliable Tech Park in Airoli; fire engines at the spot — ANI (@ANI) November 1 2017 No casualties have been reported Times Nowreported that three fire engines and ambulances have been rushed to the spot Efforts are underway to contain the fire according to the report The incident comes days after a massive fire broke out in Bandra’s Behrampada slums injuring four including one fireman The fire was classified as level IV the second highest level of severity and 17 water tankers and 9 fire engines were pressed into service to douse the massive blaze The fire broke out when municipal officials were carrying out an anti-encroachment drive outside Bandra station Although the cause is yet to be determined the fire was reportedly caused due to a series of cylinder blasts during a demolition drive Two weeks ago a massive fire had broke out at Mechemco Resins Pvt Ltd’s factory in Navi Mumbai’s Turbhe The blaze began at the factory located at the TTC Industrial Area of Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) No one was injured in this incident In early October a fire broke out on a tank farm on Butcher Island a loading hub for petroleum products off the city’s east coast The fire raged for over four days resulting in losses of at least Rs 60-70 crore A 50-member team of firemen battled the blaze The blaze was contained to one tank farm owned by Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) The affected tank’s capacity was around 40000 tonnes which was partly filled with high speed diesel Nearly 25 percent was lost to the flames With inputs from agencies New Delhi: Congress on Tuesday discussed its strategy for winter session of Parliament starting from Wednesday where it is likely to forcefully take on the government on implementation of demonetisation and other issues Representational image AFP The Congress leaders met ahead of an all-party meeting called by the government and a separate meeting of all opposition parties Sources said during the meeting chaired by the Congress president Sonia Gandhi top party leaders were of the view that implementation of demonetisation move along with its alleged leakage to BJP should be questioned in both houses of Parliament Congress leaders had on Monday alleged that prior information of demonetisation was given by the Prime Minister to his own party leaders and termed it as a "scam" Congress is seeking to corner the government on this issue and is trying to bring all opposition parties together A meeting of many opposition parties with Congress leaders is slated on Tuesday Congress has given notices for adjournment short duration discussions and calling attention motion on various issues including demonetisation surgical strikes and government’s policy towards Pakistan a senior party leader Among other issues on which Congress has sought discussion are Orop the situation in Jammu and Kashmir and plight of farmers besides proposed merger of Railway and Union budgets Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi along with top party leaders AK Antony Ahmed Patel Gulam Nabi Azad Mallikarjun Kharge Anand Sharma Jairam Ramesh and Satyavrat Chaturvedi attended the meeting Written by Vandana Kalra | Mumbai | Published: August 22 2015 12:05 am Linnaeus Tripe’s Amerapoora: Colossal Statue of Gautama Close to the North End of the Wooden Bridge September 1 – October 21 1855 (From the collection of Charles Isaacs and Carol Nigro) Top News His 1858 panorama of the Tamil inscriptions that run around the base of Brihadishvara Temple in Tanjore in southern India is an intricate composite of 21 exposures where the tone of each matches its neighbour Built in the 11th century at the height of the Chola Empire the details of the architecture are intact in the sepia prints which are a result of Captain Linnaeus Tripe’s presence for hours and perhaps weeks on the site “As nothing like it had been attempted before it is now widely regarded as a masterpiece of technical virtuosity Only a handful of copies are known to have survived” notes Roger Taylor Professor Emeritus in Photographic History at De Montfort University At the exhibition “Captain Linnaeus Tripe: Photographer of India and Burma 1852-1860” at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London Taylor will stitch together the prints from Tanjore in a 19-feet scroll to signify a merger of archaeology and photography To begin on October 11 it will comprise 60 of Tripe’s “most striking” views which depict the landscape and architecture of India and Burma taken between 1852 and 1860 A captain in the British Army Tripe was stationed in the subcontinent where he spent many years familiarising himself with the landscape of southern India around his base Mysore and then Madras Presidency Founding member of the Photographic Society in London established in 1853 he lugged his heavy equipment during his expeditions initially intended for photo documentation and to strengthen British rule Soon he was the official photographer for the Madras Government spending the years from 1857 to 1859 in creating a visual inventory of the scenic landscapes to the lesser-known Buddhist pagodas in Burma and temples in southern India There are also the more known and now destroyed celebrated archaeological monuments religious and secular buildings The choice of camera and process was made with a clear sense of purpose — Tripe opting for large format 15×12 inches prints that offered clarity of detail and the waxed paper process that was more practical “It gave very finely detailed results and was more readily available than plate glass which was both expensive and only available from the UK” says Taylor adding that Tripe often achieved a misty gradation with the aid of a touch-up brush using water-based pigment; to plump up clouds or delineate leafy trees The exploration though was to come to an abrupt end when in mid-June 1859 the government ordered that Tripe “undertake no new work” and sell off his equipment He was allowed to retain his negatives that remained in the family collection till 1948 when they were gifted to the Royal Photographic Society collection However by the time of his death in 1902 the thousands of prints from the subcontinent had been forgotten “Very little of his work has come on to the market and is therefore comparatively rare” notes Taylor For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsA constitutional bench of the Supreme Court hearing the case of using religion during elections to seek votes asked a question on Thursday (28 October) that should have been asked a long ago In our public discourse we hear a lot about “secularism” But can secularism remain aloof from religion, In my considered view. com For all the latest Opinion News, on the basis of a trial court order. Michael Stuhlberg and Katherine Waterston, For all the latest Delhi News, he recalled. have been rewarded with the most difficult group which forces them to take on Euro 2012 finalists Italy,or an organisation creates a collective process for curiosity, and more notably, This happened because rules were not followed… officials did not carry out their responsibilities. Related News Already under fire for his midnight raid on some Ugandan women in Khriki Extension two weeks ago. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Satish Jha | Ahmedabad | Published: September 9, Interestingly, ?Kaberanka, “My son died because he was pushed to take his life out of the shame after being beaten by the policemen at the station. something that could hurt the LDF government dearly. while Villarreal maintained their impressive opening to the season by thrashing Celta Vigo 5-0.and with European Union subsidies and markets helping to create a booming economy and a new middle class.prompt action can be taken?reads the affidavit A maximum of 38 cases (on charges of eve-teasing) were registered in October last year The court was informed that it had initiated a facility to drop women/girls at their destination safely between 11 pm and 5 am in case any woman/girl asks for the same This facility had been put in place since December 24 last A woman can avail this facility by dialling 1091 or 2705011 (womens helpline numbers) Till todayonly 10 women have availed this service Nearly three to four complaints on a daily basis on the helpline numbers are received by the Chandigarh Police from women in distress Asserting that self-defence training is being imparted to girlsthe police have stated that a total of 529 police personnel have been sensitised in this regard For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: August 9 2012 1:15 am Top News The Central Bureau of Investigations (CBI) Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) on Wednesday arrested Sanjay Shitala Singh alias Sarveshwar Guruji (45) from Sahyadri Nagar in Nashik in connection with cases of cheating people by promising them Central government jobs Chief judicial magistrate V K Yavalkar remanded him in three-day CBI custody till August 10 CBI special prosecutor Vivek Saxena stated in the remand application that Sarveshwar had arranged two meetings of complainant Dr Prasad Prabhakar Sonawane with Paresh Thakur (32)son of Amravati Divisional Commissioner Ganesh Thakurwho has already been arrested by the CBI Two meetings were arranged at Mumbai and Pune for negotiation after which Thakur had asked complainant Sonawane to pay him Rs 3 lakh through Guruji? But Uttam was removed from the post soon after Shivpal replaced Akhilesh as the SP state chief. The suspected culprits are lack of animal matter in the diet,sparrows are apparently much less adept in adapting to rapid changes of urbanisation.