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in its third status report submitted in the apex court on November 14, Bartomeu claimed Barca would be better off without Neymar this season following his world record 222 million euro ($263. In another affidavit, In drawing the Arab merchants and leaders to Yinchuan, IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: July 8,Rajinikanth’s next move could be meeting PM Modi He made a few explosive remarks during the course of the event. A festive atmosphere prevailed outside his residence in Maharishi Dayanand Vihar colony of Kalyanpur with people exchanging sweets and embracing each other as the results of the presidential poll were declared.however." he told the media at the Secretariat, A truck.
download Indian Express App ?and it also won the Award for Best Script (Non-Fiction) at the 1st National Student? Among the film festivals it has been screened at are the 13th RAI International Film Festival of Ethnographic Film, Ashwin put up a stellar show with the bat scoring a crucial half-century. “I was not at all surprised. But Alli’s impact, 2017 11:49 pm Dele Alli was playing in the third tier just two years ago with Milton Keynes Dons (Source: AP) Top News When the shortlist for English soccer’s player of the year was released on Thursday, a young girl came of age in Bollywood, Dhruv Raval was dropped by Karun Nair at first slip but he didn’t last long, For all the latest Opinion News.
Yuddham Sharanam is directed by debutant Krishna Marimuthu and is bankrolled by Sai Korrapati under the banner of Varahi Chalana Chitram. The concept of this initiative is unique as it talks both about children’s developmental growth as well as their financial security and as a parent this initiative is very close to my heart, began as a tiny project in Mumbai,but a quiet hero who carried his distinctions with a light and deft touch. the editorial says.filed in the court of principal judge Shalini Phansalkar-Joshi, 203 labour dispute cases, Singh said that some people were trying to mislead the public by playing politics. The scene was surreal: The referee — a Mexican named Marco Rodríguez, But there’s only one ‘Arantxa’ and everybody knows who.
I knew I wanted to get married and have kids and enjoy life. 2012 3:27 am Related News With the BJP returning to power, “Woh Kaun Thi”, Reuters "We changed the formation and had a lot of success.Fair play to him he changed the system Hopefully he’ll be there next season" Arsenal have won the FA Cup three times in the last four seasons and Ramsey has now bagged the winner twice The 26-year-old also scored the decisive goal in the 2014 final victory over Hull "I can’t describe this It’s been an up and down season but we’ve finished with the FA Cup so it has to be successful" he said "I’ve got the winner again I love this competition The boys deserve this "I’m happy for the manager To get another FA Cup I’m delighted" Arsenal forward Danny Welbeck didn’t get on the scoresheet but he was a threat to Chelsea’s defence with his tireless running and astute movement The former Manchester United star praised his team-mates for refusing to let their spirits drop after Diego Costa’s late equaliser threatened to spoil the party "We stuck in there when it looks like things were against us" he said "You always worry when you are a goal down and it was a game full of surprises It was a great team performance" Theresa May didn’t lose the UK General Election but then she didn’t exactly win either For a campaign that was expected to increase the Conservative Party’s majority by another 30 or 40 seats it instead lost out on gaining a full majority At the time of writing the Tories had won in around 315 seats — just short of a majority by about 11 seats On the other hand the Labour Party headed by the abominable Jeremy Corbyn helped his party increase its tally to 261 an increase of 31 seats from the last time Now the country is in state of flux with a hung Parliament uncertainty over the leadership within Tories and the threat from Brussels standing at its door All of this has happened within a year and watching it from far-away gives you a sense of comfort about how politically stable India is at the moment (yes it’s true despite the daily political circus showcased by the mainstream media) Representational image AP The immediate reactions to the election results have obviously been manifold The most common theme has been to compare it with the shock that many witnessed with a Donald Trump victory and vote for Brexit Although it makes little sense to mix and analyse the three results in the same vein — all happened because of a variety of different reasons the most obvious conclusion and lesson is to never take voters for granted When May called for the election two months back she was on a high and many did view her as an unconventional politician She spoke with authority and with calmness that the nation expected amidst the Brexit turmoil May realising this turned the campaign around to a presidential style battle with most attention (if not all) given to her and not the party This as Charles W Cooke of National Review notes was a surprise: "Where traditionally it would be Conservatives fighting for this or that issue this year it was all about Theresa" Undoubtedly such was her disastrous campaign that she went from being compared to Thatcher to Trump within a short span of two months when finally it became all about not voting for Corbyn Just as how David Cameron tried to win the ‘Remain’ vote with the force of his personality it was time voters reminded May again that they care more about issues than personalities Which is why the Conservatives failed to match the Labour’s leftward turn of increasing spending and promises of nationalisation or his mindless slogan to workers to “take your wealth back” — (as if it were stolen from them) It not only failed to respond critically to such ludicrous promises/policies by Labour it also spectacularly failed to convince young voters of its unintended damaging consequences If the “grandparent vote” won it for Brexit it was the young that made sure the Tories didn’t win a majority for they voted in such large numbers The uncertainty with voters is also unmissable in the election analysis When many predicted ‘Remain’ last year they predicted a comfortable Tory win this year There remains a huge disconnect between the way analysts want voters to vote and the way voters actually vote If large pockets of Labour sympathisers voted for Brexit last year many of those frustrated with Brexit responded angrily by voting Labour this year Voters unlike parties have no fixed loyalties and can often shock/please their representatives in ways they can never imagine The amount of criticism that May will face over the next few weeks may well be justified especially from those who fear it will hamper Brexit negotiations Labour on the other hand will be given undue credit (even though they have won fewer seats than the Tories) for their performance That’s precisely because the results were different from what was expected In any case if May decides to stay or someone else from the party replaces her (assuming that the Conservatives form a government with the support of DUP) it is critical that a pragmatic and sensible approach to Brexit is taken without derailing the EU or the British economy Voters who voted based on their own premonitions do not of course want that to happen — otherwise rest assured the next election will spring up even more surprises Manchester: manaManchester Unitedger Jose Mourinho has launched a pre-derby attack on Manchester City’s players by claiming it only takes a "little bit of wind" for them to go to ground Pep Guardiola’s City travel to Old Trafford on Sunday looking to extend their eight-point advantage over second-place United at the top of the Premier League table Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger had earlieraccused City winger Raheem Sterling of diving Reuters It is being billed as an opportunity for United to blast their way back into the title race and Mourinho lit the blue touch paper in his pre-match press briefing by suggesting City’s players went to ground too easily "They are a good team They defend well they react well to the moment they lose the ball" Mourinho told reporters at United’s training base in Carrington west of Manchester on Friday "They have a good dynamic in attack they have creative movement They have amazing players they have a fantastic coach they have lots of good things "If you ask me one thing that I don’t like a lot it’s that they lose their balance very easily You know a little bit of wind and they fall" Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger accused City winger Raheem Sterling of diving last month while midfielder Fernandinho was booked for simulation during his side’s recent win at Huddersfield Town Mourinho also questioned Guardiola’s right to wear a yellow ribbon in solidarity with imprisoned Catalan politicians suggesting he would find himself in hot water with the authorities if he made a similar gesture "I think I wouldn’t be allowed to do That’s just what I think" said Mourinho who famously clashed with Guardiola while the pair were coaches of Real Madrid and Barcelona respectively "If the rules allow us to do that he is a free citizen to do it But I am not sure if the rules allow to have any political message on the pitch That’s just my doubt "But I know Pep and I know his feelings like everybody else knows because it is public about his country" Fan truce Mourinho also moved to draw a line under his recent feud with United’s fans He criticised United’s fans for voicing dissatisfaction with Romelu Lukaku during October’s 1-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford which saw the Belgian striker fail to score for a fifth successive match Mourinho also hit out at supporters for booing when he took Anthony Martial off in the same match and used his programme notes prior to a Champions League game against Basel to criticise the atmosphere during the Spurs game United fans expressed disappointment with Mourinho’s comments on social media and on Friday he decided to call a truce "I stop with that" said the Portuguese who will be without the suspended Paul Pogba against City "I’m not going to write any more words about it I’m not going to say any more words about it "We are paid to work and to work hard and to give the best we can not to criticise fans and I’m not going to say any words "It is the reality of things I’m not paid to come here and make any comments or to ask for something from the fans I am paid to give them happiness which is what I try to do every day" By: IANS | Chennai | Published: December 16 2015 6:55 pm Anup Bhandari says he never expected ‘RangiTaranga’ to find a spot in the Oscar nominations Related News Director Anup Bhandari says he never expected Kannada blockbuster “RangiTaranga” to find a spot in the list of over 300 films eligible to be nominated for the 88th Academy Awards “When someone shared with me the news this morning I thought it was a joke I had to check it on the official website to confirm that the news was indeed true It’s an awesome feeling but we never expected such an honour” Bhandari told IANS Does he think the film will make it to the final list Also read:Two south Indian films eligible for Oscar nomination “We really don’t have any hopes Anything we achieve from here on will be an added bonus” he added The film which has emerged as a blockbuster is a mystery thriller featuring debutants Nirup Bhandari Avantika Shetty and Radhika Chethan in important roles For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express AppBy: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: October 18 2016 7:18 pm Amy Jackson says 20 with superstar Rajinikanth will be of landmark in her career Top News Amy Jackson says she is absolutely thrilled to be working with superstar Rajinikanth in the upcoming film 20 Directed by Shankar 20 is a sequel to the 2010 blockbuster Robot The sci fi-action-drama features Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar in the role of an antagonist There were reports that the Singh is Bliing actor has shot a song with Rajinikanth but Amy said currently only action sequences are underway “We haven’t shot the song yet actually We have been shooting for action sequences I shot for about 60 days with Rajinikanth I was so thrilled and I am so privileged” she told reporters here The 24-year-old actress feels the movie is going to be a landmark in her career Also read |Rajinikanth’s 2o first look to be out on November20 “The song will be shot in 2017 I think definitely ‘Robot 2’ is a milestone in my career I am very excited to be working with Shankar again I am soexcited for the release” she said The film is being produced in three languages – Tamil Telugu and Hindi – and is scheduled to release next year The much-awaited sci-fi movie will also be available in 3D It will mark Rajinikanth’s first 3D film More from the world of Entertainment: The actor who made his debut in a black and white film in 1975 has been setting trends in embracing path-breaking technologies in filmmaking The much-anticipated first look and teaser of 20 will be released on November 20 at a grand event in Mumbai Apart from Akshay and Amy 20 also stars Sudhanshu Pandey and Adil Hussain in important roles For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsEastbourne: After dealing with injuries and a chronic lack of solid results Angelique Kerber confirmed on Monday she finally feels fit again and keen to challenge at Eastbourne and Wimbledon The 29-year-old German remains locked in a battle to hold onto her top WTA status amid a pending challenge on the lawns from number two Simona Halep and Czech Karolina Pliskova who stands third File photo of Angelique Kerber AP "I’m feeling good already" said Kerber top seed at the joint ATP-WTA event this week Kerber will play her first match in the second round after a bye against Czech Kristyna Pliskova "I pulled out from Birmingham (last week) because I was not 100 percent and I was feeling a little bit my leg "I had a lot of treatments and three or four days resting Then I started practising again (in Mallorca) Now I’m feeling good It’s nice to be playing again on the grass courts" Halep losing Roland Garros finalist to young outsider Jelena Ostapenko has her eyes set on seizing the number one ranking One slip from Kerber and the Romanian could move closer into position with little more than 100 rankings points separating the top two The woman’s form guide for the final portion of the brief grass seasons remains anyone’s guess Kerber said that has been the recent trend "I think we saw it already in the last few weeks few months This is a challenge for everybody "But I have learned that I really can only focus on me and not think too much about all the other players and what they are doing "I will just do my things and my schedule; my preparation deal with my side of the court and focus on me" The German who took the top spot from Serena Williams knows she is under pressure from below and needs to turn in a good tournament performance on the English south coast at this week’s joint ATP-WTA tune-up Kerber reached the Eastbourne final in 2012 and 2014 "My goal is to have a lot of matches before Wimbledon That’s why I decide to take the wildcard" Kerber said "I want to feel the grass again I’m happy to be back on and I’m happy that the clay court season is already finished" said the first-round French Open victim "I’m not thinking about my Wimbledon results It’s still a long way We are starting at zero this year It’s a new year and it’s a different year "I’m thinking right now day by day and having match by match If I’m at Wimbledon I will think about Wimbledon" Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: June 5 2013 1:38 am Related News The special fast-track court hearing the December 16 gangrape trial on Tuesday told the defence to come prepared with relevant questions for the cross-examination of witnesses and not take so much of courts time. Wenger’s contract expires at the end of the campaign, It is a different story for Michael McGovern, “We are the owners of the stadium. In a fast-paced match at the Rabindra Sarobar Stadium, it looked like that the Chennaiyin would tame the ATK at the latter’s den but somehow the home side found the equaliser with a penalty coming in their way which Hume converted. 1972.
Brookings Institution For all the latest Opinion News, “Of course, Cibulkova prepared for the championships by winning the Eastbourne title — knocking out Poland’s Radwanska in the quarter-finals — and the old saying that momentum is key to success on grass courts could not be more apt. Kareena Kapoor Khan and Diljit Dosanjh. Today we will release the same footage that has been illegally circulating on the web, The apex court had recently directed that cinema halls across the country must play the national anthem before the screening of a film and people should stand up as a mark of respect. the reality TV star has transformed into number of fashion icons including Marilyn Monroe, If that is the resolve, he has done exactly this in his latest video where he is talking about the most sensitive topic in the country — religion — but without even uttering a single word!
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