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sequel of the action film “Commando”. ‘Commando 2’ bigger better: Vidyut Jamwal The actor said he is excited about the project as the first film gave him the recognition he strived for since the beginning of his career “Every actor wants to do a film with which he can get recognition… I am very happy that people recognise me with ‘Commando’ It is a nice feeling that wherever you go people get inspired by your work In fact I have met a few boys who got into Army after watching ‘Commando’” he said It was for “Commando 2” that Vidyut let go of superstar Salman Khan-starrer “Prem Ratan Dhan Payo” but he does not regret his decision “I don’t regret not doing ‘Prem Ratan Dhan Payo’ but I wanted to work with Salman Khan I would have done the film had I not been preparing for ‘Commando 2’” He is mostly seen in action films but Vidyut said he wants to dabble in all genres “I want to do all kinds of roles from romantic to comic I just completed Tigmanshu Dhulia’s ‘Yaara’ which is a romantic drama I will try all genres but if it is action then I will do even better” the 35-year-old actor said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Sydney | Updated: December 11 2016 1:39 am Harmanpreet Kaur smashed 47 off 28 balls at the North Sydney Oval ground hitting two fours and three sixes PTI Top News India’s women’s T20 captain Harmanpreet Kaur made a bright start to her Big Bash League career but her team Sydney Thunders lost to Melbourne Stars by six runs Harmanpreet smashed 47 off 28 balls at the North Sydney Oval ground hitting two fours and three sixes but her team were restricted to 141 for 4 in reply to Melbourne’s 147 for 8 None other than Adam Gilchrist praised her batting while he was on air Harmanpreet became the first Indian woman cricketer to be allowed to play in an overseas private league For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: May 18 2017 2:01 pm Nathan Coulter-Nile claimed wickets of Kane Williamson Vijay Shankar and Chris Jordan on Wednesday night Related News Nathan Coulter-Nile who was Kolkata Knight Riders’ highest wicket-taker for the night said that rules need to be looked up as cricket cannot be played this late in the night (Results | Fixtures | Points Table) He bowled smartly to claim crucial wickets of Kane Williamson Vijay Shankar and Chris Jordan and help KKR win the playoff eliminator against Hyderabad by 7 wickets The Australian cricketer reacted to the match ending at 130 am due to rain delay “No one got nervous till they went out there for the last look at 1230 It looked like I didn’t want to play There was so much time Rules probably need to be looked at You can’t be playing cricket at 2am But I wasn’t nervous at all There was so much time we had to get on” Coulter-Nile who took a diving catch to dismiss Chris Jordan said after the match that the wicket looked harder than it was He said “I think I was a little lucky on my three-wicket haul We got a couple of lucky wickets but the boys bowled fantastically” The Man of the Match was out for two weeks due to a head injury He said on his recovery “Recovery and rehab after getting injured was tough I was really tired had headaches and was sick But it wasn’t much of a rehab or anything I woke up this morning feeling pretty good so I put my hand up for selection” On claiming the important Williamson wicket he said “Kane actually tried to play quite reserved We were looking for the ones which were hard to get going So after the time out I think they had more intent It looked to me like he just wanted shots Everytime he came to bat I just wanted to take him further offside to make him jot down to the ground ” He said that Kolkata will need to work hard to make it to the final of IPL 2017 and it will all boil down to who bats better “We have to work hard for the second clash Our play is still going quite well taking wickets I think we have a pretty different bowling tactic than what we had at some bad times I think that’s something new we can bring up against them Hopefully that’s something new we can bring up against them It is going to be long and slow wicket again hard to get going So it will boil down to who bats better” he said “KKR had a 10 year celebration the other day It was the first time I found out that we could be the only team this time to win the tournament for the third time” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: May 10 2016 5:52 pm Rita Ora is said to have pulled out of negotiations to join judging panel of “The X Factor” this year Related News Singer-actress Rita Ora is said to have pulled out of negotiations to join judging panel of “The X Factor” this year to concentrate on music and “Fifty Shades of Grey” The decision to quit the talent show means Simon Cowell will be the only returning judge from the four strong panel last year reported Daily Mirror Ora 25 has music commitments and has a part in the second “Fifty Shades Of Grey” movie She decided last week that doing “The X Factor” live shows and auditions would be too much Read More “Rita will not be taking part in the show 2016 is going to be all about her music and her career and that doesn’t leave enough time for The X Factor and new talent” a source said “It means the judging panel will really be shaken up this year but after last year’s ratings that might be no bad thing” Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Santosh Singh | Updated: August 23 2014 1:54 pm Jeetan Ram Manjhi is not often sure about what line he has to take on some party matters Related News Ever since Bihar’s big two -Lalu Prasad and Nitish Kumar – have come together Chief Minister Jeetan Ram Manjhi may well have reasons to feel that he is “politically irrelevant” despite being the state CM He himself has said he has little time at his disposal to do something extraordinary for Bihar But he is not often sure about what line he has to take on some party matters because he has to first face media queries than oarty stalwarts Nitish Kumar and Sharad Yadav But does Manjhi speak straight from the heart without being politically correct like his predecessor Nitish Kumar Or he has a definite political goal behind his “straightforwardness” Here is a clue – Manjhi said in an interview to a magazine that if people think being sidha (simple) means being gullible or one who can be taken for granted one is grossly mistaken Manjhi who made it to CM chair more because of being a Mahadalit than because of his exoerience knows that his only USP is to play ultra dalit politics something that will suit his politics and also keep catering to Nitish Kumar-developed constituency of Mahadalits a conglomeration of 21 scheduled castes This is why when CM defended his youngest son Praveen Suman for his “date with a married constable” saying “one has right to have a girlfriend” he also chose to mix it with tinge of dalit politics as he said the Opposition had been targeting his family for being dalits Manjhi surely is frank but he may well be using his frankness with a purpose to stay news for good or bad reasons Whether it is telling probatuoner BDOs about real truth of “zero tolerance against corruption” policy in Bihar by telling his own experience bribing to curtail inflated power bill or asking dalit youths to marry out if caste to raise their population for more political empowerment Manjhi has scored with his “straight drive” Manjhi knows even Lalu Prasad may not afford to dislike him because OBC-dalit combination is required for much-hyped Mandal consolidation He also knows he is still in the reckoning for a compromise CM candidate if grand alliance fails to project its CM candidate Manjhi plays it straight maybe more because of bigger politicians around him not being too straight He has already won over the Opposition with “corruption is there” talk There may not be much about his name but there is definitely a lot about his surname For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Updated: March 6 2017 6:36 pm Viola Davis says poor upbringing motivated her to be a successful actress and value her possessions Top News Oscar-winning actress Viola Davis says poor upbringing motivated her to be a successful actress and value her possessions The 51-year-old actress has opened up about her childhood growing up in a one-bedroom cabin on her grandmother’s farm in Rhode Island that was infested with rats and how that experience of poverty gave her the incentive to change her world for the better reported People magazine “It became motivation as opposed to something else – the thing about poverty is that it starts affecting your mind and your spirit because people don’t see you “I chose from a very young age that I didn’t want that for my life And it very much has helped me appreciate and value the things that are in my life now because I never had it A yard a house great plumbing a full refrigerator things that people take for granted I don’t” Davis says WATCH |American Actress Viola Davis Honoured With Harvard’s Artist Of The Year Award Last weekend the star won the best actress in a supporting role Oscar for her performance in “Fences” opposite Denzel Washington Viola Davis earlier thanked The Academy for recognising her work With three Academy Award recognitions in her kitty the 51-year-old star has become the most-nominated black actress in Oscar history reported People magazine Denzel Washington also earned a best actor nomination for his role in the August Wilson adaptation of his Pulitzer Prize-winning play although he failed to earn a best director nod for the movie “Thank you to the Academy for recognising this extraordinary important film and my work in it Thank you Denzel for being at the helm” Davis said of her nomination For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPatna:Rajya Sabha member and senior Bihar BJP leader Gopal Narain Singh on Saturday said Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s regime is a "Super Jungle Raj" File image of Nitish Kumar Reuters "Things which did not happen even during Lalu Prasad’s regime are now taking place in Nitish Kumar’s regime This is the revival of Jungle Raj which is evident from the fact that incidents of loot kidnappings ransom etc have become the order of the day Criminals are demanding extortion from IG and DIG" Singh told reporters Singh former Bihar BJP president said "Nitish Kumar does not have any control over the administration.This is the beginning of Super Jungle Raj" Things have gone out of control completely from Kumar’s hands which was evident from the fact that a Pakistani flag was hoisted in CM’s hometown Nalanda Besides pro-Pakistan slogan was raised in the state capital Singh alleged Terming "prohibition" as a "cheap publicity" gimmick Singh said the CM has been touring various states but no one was heeding to his pleas for prohibition It was Nitish Kumar who in his first 10 years of rule opened a huge numbers of liquor shops across the state and got people addicted to liquor Now he wants to ban it overnight which is not possible he said The former BJP chief suggested Kumar to concentrate on improving law and order and development activities instead of indulging in activities to build his personality through "prohibition" The BJP leader said he would go to Chapra tomorrow and take stock of the situation which led to clashes between two communities few days back over an objectionable photo and video related to a particular community In reply to a query over appointment of a new state BJP president Singh said "The (current) state president has completed his tenure of three years and now the central leadership has to take a decision in this regard" By: AP | Southport | Published: July 21 2017 2:02 pm Rory McIlroy is a four-time major champion (Source: Reuters) Top News Rory McIlroy was standing on the sixth tee and already doubting his chances of making the weekend at the British Open when his negative thoughts were interrupted by his caddie JP Fitzgerald “He reminded me who I was basically” said McIlroy a four-time major champion “He said: ‘You’re Rory McIlroy what are you doing”’ Initially his response was passive “Whatever” replied McIlroy who had bogeyed four of his first five holes and was about to drop another shot at No 6 But then came the recovery McIlroy got up and down from a front bunker for par at the short 7th hole rolled in a 15-foot putt for par at the 8th hole having pushed his drive into the rough and birdied four of his last eight holes to shoot a 1-over 71 One of the biggest roars of the day at Royal Birkdale came from the giant grandstands at No 18 when McIlroy made a 15-footer for birdie pumping his fist when the ball fell into the cup “I still feel I’m in the golf tournament” said McIlroy who was six shots off the lead held by American players Jordan Spieth Brooks Koepka and Matt Kuchar McIlroy has missed the cut at three of his last four tournaments the US Open the Irish Open and the Scottish Open and said he was “nervous … anxious timid” as he teed off alongside Dustin Johnson and Charl Schwartzel in one of the marquee afternoon groups It made a mockery of his pre-tournament rallying call on Wednesday when he reacted to being told his odds for victory were 20-1 by saying: “It’s a good week to back me” Even those odds unusually long for McIlroy looked way too short when the world No 4 pulled his tee shot at the first had a flier to the right of the green with his second shot sent his chip shot through the green with his third and two-putted for bogey He bogeyed Nos 3-5 his par putt at the fourth hole lipped out from four feet and said he was thinking: “Geez here we go again” Fitzgerald’s words kept McIlroy positive and the Northern Irishman was happy that he stayed patient Just last week at the Scottish Open McIlroy said his attitude to golf and life in general had improved since getting married in April “I didn’t get angry out there at all” he said “I didn’t let my head drop too much” McIlroy hasn’t missed the cut at consecutive majors since 2010 (Masters US Open) and is taking confidence from winning the Deutsche Bank Championship in Boston in September last year after being 4 over through three holes “I’m always more nervous playing in these four (major) tournaments than I am anything else” McIlroy said “And I felt that out there today just because of the lack of self-belief I had going out “But somehow I was able to find it halfway through the round and again that’s what I’m going to concentrate on going into tomorrow” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: September 1 2017 12:57 am Fernando Alonso dismissed reports that he retired from Belgian GP without there being anything wrong with his car Top News Fernando Alonso has denied telling McLaren to choose between him and Honda as the Spaniard considers his future with the Formula One team The two-times world champion also dismissed media speculation that he retired from last weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix without there being anything technically wrong with his car’s power unit Some reports this week suggested that Alonso had run out of patience after three years of unreliable and under-powered engines and had told McLaren he would leave if they stayed with Honda “Absolutely not true” the Spaniard who won his titles with Renault more than a decade ago told reporters at the Italian Grand Prix on Thursday “I have absolutely not decided More than anything I’m not bigger than a team” added the 36-year-old who has said he will decide his future in September His current contract expires at the end of the season McLaren have sounded out Renault and have also indicated they would support Honda moving to Red Bull-owned Toro Rosso Honda said after Spa that they could find nothing wrong with Alonso’s race engine but the driver expressed surprise that anyone could suggest he had faked a failure “It seems people forget that I’m racing here for three years giving my maximum … I tried to race with a broken rib in Bahrain” he said explaining that sensors had started to fail and something had felt wrong “We retired the car and they checked the whole engine and it seems everything is fine … so we will try to fit that engine tomorrow (in second practice) If it blows up we will change it” he said Alonso expects to start Sunday’s race at the back of the grid due to penalties for further engine changes Regarding his future he said he would start discussing with the team and Honda their expectations for next year and look at what was on the table “I think we do have now some ingredients to be champions” he said “I think the team did improve a lot in the last three years … I think we have the talent in the team we have the facilities “We just miss (being) more competitive We will see what the numbers are saying for next year and after that try to make a decision” Asked whether he thought Honda could be competitive in the short term he replied: “I think you never know It could be possible Why not” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by James Manor | Published: December 2 2014 2:41 am In India more than in most other parliamentary systems we see strong anti-incumbency sentiment at constituency level Related News Six months after the Lok Sabha election the BJP’s impressive performance still delights its supporters This is understandable For the first time in 30 years a single party gained a majority And at least so far satisfaction extends beyond the ruling party Recent opinion polls have given the new government solid approval ratings But previous Indian elections suggest that the sheer scale of the BJP’s thumping victory should cause it as much worry as joy Sweeping triumphs in India generate soaring expectations that are almost impossible to fulfil Big wins in parliamentary elections in 1971 1977and 1984 were all followed by humbling defeats In 1971 Indira Gandhi’s “garibi hatao” slogan triggered a landslide but after delivering little on that very tall promise she found herself in deep trouble by 1975 She had radically centralised power in an attempt to exercise personal rule Ironically however this weakened her by cutting her off from reliable information from below Frightened subordinates told her only what they thought she wanted to hear Her domineering ways also angered many former allies within her party who lost influence She worried that by stepping aside temporarily in mid-1975 as court judgments required she might usher in a new leader who would not stand down once her legal problems were resolved The Emergency that she imposed to save herself alienated most voters and a crushing defeat followed in 1977 That brought in a Janata government amid high expectations that it would restore democracy It began to do so But it contained diverse political forces that soon came into conflict To manage those internal tensions the government needed a supremely agile flexible leader Instead it got the brittle Morarji Desai who gave new meaning to the word rigidity The inglorious collapse of his government opened the way to yet another embarrassing defeat and Indira Gandhi’s return to power After her assassination Rajiv Gandhi rode a sympathy wave to a brute majority in 1984 Voters expected both continuity and renewal from him He began by pursuing several fresh ideas: opening up the economy restoring power and autonomy to government institutions that had been badly battered by his mother’s assertive ways rebuilding the faction-ridden Congress party and so on But within three years he had proved hopelessly wayward His U-turns on most of those early policies alienated people on both sides of numerous key issues He went into the 1989 election stressing the slogan “We have given you power” This referred not to his government’s achievements butto something that it had tried and failed to accomplish but proposedto do in the near future: strengthening panchayati raj He was humbled in that election All three of those governments were poorly led Narendra Modi may prove more adroit so he may escape yet another defeat But expectations are sky high once again Some of them will be excruciatingly difficult to fulfil Most crucially the creation of vast numbers of new jobs would be next to impossible for any government That should be cause for concern among BJP supporters We seldom encounter this Indian pattern of electoral triumphs followed by crushing defeats in other parliamentary systems In Britain for example it usually takes two or three elections for the opposition to regain power That is because there are so many seats to win back and less than one-thirdof the seats in the House of Commons change hands at an election In the United States House of Representatives (admittedly in a non-parliamentary system) the usual figure is even lower: around 15 per cent at most In India the turnover is much higher That is true even when parties’ seat totals do not change much Party A may win 120 seats at one election and 150 at the next but they are not the same seats Many of them are won from Party B whichat the same time captures many of Party A’s old seats This has been going on for over half a century In 1962 a CSDS analysis found that while the Congress gained its third straight Lok Sabha majority a surprisingly large number of seats changed hands In other words in India more than in most other parliamentary systems we see strong anti-incumbency sentiment at constituency level Political scientists struggle to explain why this happens but it is clear that it does happen So any Indian party that winsa sweeping victory in one election can expect to lose many of its seats in the next one To get re-elected itwill need to win many seats held by rival parties That is never easy It explains why governments have changed after six of the last eight Lok Sabha elections Re-election is especially difficult when expectations run high as they do now So the supporters of any ruling party that has won handsomely should temper their euphoria with caution Despite the current disarray in rival parties regional and national it is unwise to write off their chances the next time round The writer is professor at theSchool of Advanced Study University of London For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mehak Arora | New Delhi | Published: July 24 2017 10:07 pm Kumkum Bhagya 24th July 2017 full episode written update: Purab tells Abhi that he needs to go to some village to collect some cheque Top News Tanu gets too excited and says to Aaliya that she wants to celebrate and have fun While Aaliya asks her to stay quiet as anyone can hear them Aaliya asks her to enjoy by herself as she just wants to have a sound sleep on her bed after this long There Munni goes to Abhi’s room and wonders what would she do now that Aaliya and Tanu have forced her to go there While she was hitting her head on the wall Abhi notices her and asks her to come in He asks her why is she hitting her head and Munni says she wanted to say sorry because he had to let Tanu and “Aaiyla” stay here Abhi asks her why can’t she say Aaliya’s name properly She says she has a boil in her mouth so she isn’t able to pronounce some words properly Abhi asks her to lay down on bed and she gets shocked and asks why would she do that Abhi says she needs rest and then Munni takes a sigh of relief Next we see Dadi Dasi Taaiji Tauji and Raj discussing over Abhi’s decision of letting Aaliya and Tanu stay in the house While Dadi asks them to be quite as Abhi is coming there Abhi says to them that they need not stop what they were discussing as he himself isn’t happy with his own decision There Munni is jumping around the room and inspecting the room while Mitali is at the door keeping an eye and ear over there Munni notices her and Mitali asks her what’s the matter and tries to get it from Munni by asking her to teach her the Bhojpuri language Munni slaps her tight and she leaves Purab tells Abhi that he needs to go to some village to collect some cheque Aaliya stops him later and asks him to marry her and does the drama that she’ll keep him very happy and will give whatever he’ll ask for Purab says he is happy to spend his life in Bulbul’s memories Aaliya says it is not possible to do so but Purab says he can’t spend his life with the one who took his Bulbul away from him He says he can’t spend a second with her let alone the life Aaliya says that he’ll marry her for sure when Abhi will order him to Purab says she dare not say this to Abhi as he won’t even bother to let her complete her words and Purab leaves And Aaliya thinks to herself that she knows that Abhi won’t ask him to do so but she’ll use Munni for that the same way she used her to get into the house For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News We can be provoked too… They should use their heart and brain. The revision of the electoral roll will begin on July 1. 2 in the world, Mankhurd police station. The Royals will also pay tribute to those who lost their lives in the dastardly terror attack on 26/11. including state party chief BS Yeddyurappa, he is far from the finished product. Bowled quite well at the WACA and at times in Adelaide as well but needs to do better Jake Ball 2 Failed to impress anyone with his pace or his accuracy Might be a quality bowler in England but not in Australia Tom Curran 4 Handed a debut once the Ashes had been lost Curran ran in with a purpose but lacked the pace to trouble the Australian batsmen? Gaga’s new ink can be seen on her left back side near her shoulder, Farhan says.

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