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I give lot of importance to it in life. and ‘Baar Baar Dekho’ is a very surprising love story.its a new take on love” Abhishek Kapoor’s “Fitoor” which is releasing next week is based on Charles Dickens’ classic “Great Expectations” “This (film) is larger than life…grand epic love story …but the characters and problems are relatable to everyone The celebration and picturisation is grand” she added In the romantic drama the actress plays the role of Firdaus a beautiful practical woman “I am nothing like Firdaus I don’t relate to it at all as she has had a privileged life and upbringing and has been brought up by a very bitter mother And because of her mother’s painful experiences in love… she wants to turn her daughter for purpose of revenge into a very emotionally unavailable woman” she said “Hazrat Begum (played by Tabu) is suffering from a heart break and she has never recovered She wants to inflict that pain in others that is way some people react Some people react in positivity and rise above and there are some who are bitter and angry” she added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | London | Published: December 1 2016 10:58 pm Martin Glenn said that the FA will own up to any errors that it has made (Source: Reuters) Top News English soccer authorities are investigating whether clubs paid off victims of sexual abuse in return for their silence English Football Association chief executive Martin Glenn said Thursday the body will take action against any club found guilty of “hushing up” victims of a growing scandal in British soccer “There has to be a situation” Glenn said “where if there are restrictive contracts through employment law which prevent people from speaking out about a crime – and we are talking about crimes here – then it must be dealt with” The FA has started an internal review to re-examine its response to convictions of soccer coaches in the 1990s after former professional players went public over the last two weeks about the ordeals they went through as youngsters The governing body is also funding and supporting a hotline – set up by a children’s charity in response to sex abuse claims – that has taken more than 860 calls in its first week “If the FA has made errors we will own up to them” Glenn said “as must the rest of football if avoidable errors have been made” Asked if there had been a cover-up within the English game regarding child abuse cases Glenn said “I doubt it” The number of police forces investigating allegations of child sex abuse in soccer soared to 17 on Thursday while the National Police Chiefs’ Council said about 350 people have come forward to report child sexual abuse in British soccer clubs Chelsea this week opened an investigation into an employee from the 1970s who is now dead The issue dominated a news conference to present Gareth Southgate as the coach of England’s national team “To hear the stories is heartbreaking really” Southgate said “I am involved in an organization that is taking it extremely seriously “The important thing over the next few weeks is that we still investigate what happened that we learn from the past” Southgate added “And I must also say if I’m a parent sending my child to a game over the weekend I feel they are in a much better place than we were 15-20 years ago” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: Top defence experts on Thursday termed the ‘surgical strikes’ on terror launch pads across the Line of Control in PoK as an "operational necessity" and said those were necessitated as the "levels of tolerance" were crossed Representational image Reuters Former top guns of the military lauded the bravery and calibrated approach of the Indian security forces as also the government for allowing the military to carry out the task and said "a long pending debt has been paid back today" They justified the strikes saying the forces had entered into Indian territory occupied by Pakistan "I am very pleased that the government is letting the Army do what it needs to do Let Pakistani military know that this is what we have done and we will continue to do it (if) they do not behave themselves We need a big heart for doing this" "We have to congratulate the intelligence sources for providing accurate information on whereabouts of militants We need to compliment the government for giving a free hand to the military So obviously government had given a clean action chit to the military who launched a surgical strike with good dividend" former DG Infantry Lt Gen S Prasad said Noting that the forces adopted a "very calibrated approach" in their strikes he said this is how the Indian government should react by leaving the military to do the job Former RAW chief C D Sahay said the strikes had to happen and were "inescapable" contending these should not be related to the Pathankot or Uri attacks as there has been a long history of trans-border infiltration He lauded India for dealing with such matters with a mature approach while maintaining calm "The red lines have (been) crossed The levels of tolerance have (been) crossed and this had to happen I would congratulate them but I would still urge (India) not to go gung-ho about it It was an operational necessity It was a security necessity It had to be done I would urge everyone to move on from here and not escalate (tensions) further" he said India carried out ‘surgical strikes’ on terror launch pads across the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir last night inflicting "significant casualties" on terrorists and those harbouring them The announcement of the sudden action by the army was made on Thursday by DGMO Lt Gen Ranbir Singh 11 days after a terror strike by Pakistan-based terror outfit JeM on an Indian army camp in Uri in Kashmir which left 18 soldiers dead After the attack Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said the attackers will not go "unpunished" and that the sacrifice of 18 jawans will not go in vain By: Reuters | Published: December 14 2016 1:15 pm Tiger Woods returned to action earlier this month after a lengthy period out due to a chronic back problem (Source: AP File) Top News Tiger Woods who has not competed on the PGA Tour since August 2015 will return to the US circuit at next year’s Genesis Open in Pacific Palisades California the former world number one announced on Tuesday Woods who competed earlier this month at the limited-field Hero World Challenge after a lengthy absence caused by chronic back problems is a native of California and will be teeing it up in the event that marked his PGA Tour debut in 1992 The Genesis Open which will be played at Riviera Country Club from Feb 13-19 benefits the Tiger Woods Foundation “I’m very excited to come back to Riviera and compete in the Genesis Open” Woods a 14-time major champion said in a statement “This is where it all started for me It was my first PGA Tour event I was 16 years old I weighed about 105 pounds and it was a life-changing moment for me” Woods the greatest player of his generation and arguably of all time made his PGA Tour debut at Riviera at the age of 16 Now aged 40 he has not competed in the Los Angeles event since 2006 when he withdrew after the second round Woods has not won a tournament anywhere since 2013 and his title drought in the major championships dates back to 2008 After being sidelined for nearly 16 months due to a chronic back injury he returned to competition this month at the Hero World Challenge which he hosts in the Bahamas and produced mixed form to finish 15th in an elite field of 17 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shivani Naik | Rio De Janeiro | Updated: August 19 2016 5:05 pm PV Sindhu celebrates a point Thursday against Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara in the singles semifinal badminton match at Rio de Janeiro (Source: AP) Related News PV Sindhu jumped like a boy when she smashed Nozomi Okuhara Higher even Gold or silver medal-high in fact Not only is jump-smashing astoundingly rare in women’s badminton (coach Gopichand’s clear instructions in the break were ‘Jump and smash jump and toss’) but for someone who towers over most others and makes the badminton court look smaller than it is owing to her wing span maxing the vertical reach was the surest signs of targeting the topmost medal there is after her 21-19 21-10 win Pusarla Venkatasai Sindhu is on the brink of battling for an Olympic gold medal at Rio de Janeiro – and on the threshold to corner for India the glory that has eluded the country for 13 whole days this Games and for 8 years since Abhinav Bindra’s gold It was glory that escaped her sports’ playing parents altogether as India never reached the heights in a sport they chose Sindhu the 21-year old daughter of Vijaya and PV Ramana – both former volleyball players and chosen charge of Pullela Gopichand – whom that Olympic glory eluded for 16 years now since he returned from Sydney 2000 without a medal has assured India a top-two podium giving the sorry contingent here delirious news as the Games draw to an end She sets up a final clash with Spaniard Carolina Marin the world’s most dominant player of the last two years though the Indian has been in such rampaging form that Indians across the world can stop all that they’re doing at 11 am Brazilian time on Friday Coach Gopichand was in Sindhu’s ear every moment of the match feeding her game-plans breaking down every small movement reading the winds on which way the Japanese Okuhara’s game was heading Sindhu – the tall long legged girl polite to a fault and whose game has been razor sharp and smashing relentless; her net and drops rather deft and defense solid – who has two World Championship bronze medals and no Super Series crown trashed all pre-game predictions to emerge on the final peak of the draw in a post-Chinese domination world of badminton It’s turned out to be quite a turnaround in 24 hours for India with two supremely focussed ladies medalling in what has been a barren Olympics Father Ramana has said Sindhu has not been using the phone for a month now she’s been off Twitter since the start of the Games and the young girl who can cut a pretty pose in modelling shoots – her tresses ironed stylishly has let the hair curl out – wildly and naturally – this last one month Moreover she has been in boot camp mode with coach Gopichand working last two months on her fitness and agility – two things that have stood out and are a mammoth departure from a year ago when she was still work in progress Sindhu always had the attacking game the steep smashes and the firepower in her kill strokes She’s added a base of defense to it – tougher than for most others given how tall players struggle owing to their higher centre of gravity This Olympics she has hit a hitting zone where she’s made each of her opponents look as if playing a lesser pace and raised hopes that the top prize might not be too far off “One match at a time” she’s been saying having gone under the radar given she’s been raned No 10 and thereabouts through the last year Twitter would go beserk in response as soon as she rattled off 10 points in the second set after gritting through the posers thrown at her in a few long Okuhara rallies and Abhinav Bindra would dangle the offer to join him in the stratosphere of individual gold medallists And it’s been a stunning run for coach Pullela Gopichand – taking a second athlete to the Olympic finals a step further than last time “No pressure It’s just a great moment for me playing the Olympics finals” Sindhu would say She’s beaten opponents who have troubled her in the past thrashed a few that tend to trouble the rest of the world and on Thursday beat her own nervousness that has troubled most Indians who have been in striking distance of a medal at Rio The medal count might not match London but this is a sensational result for Indian badminton – to play the biggest final that there will be internationally – of the next four years And the elegant woman with a beast of a smash is promising India to fly For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPerth:The amazing Roger Federer will embark on his 21st professional season when he leads Switzerland in the mixed teams Hopman Cup starting in Perth on Saturday The 36-year-old Swiss is coming off an extraordinary year where he took his majors tally to 19 with a fifth Australian Open title and a record eighth Wimbledon Roger Federer gives local children a tennis lesson on a beach at Rottnest Island AFP Federer finished the year atNo 2 in the world behind Spanish rival Rafael Nadal having started at 16 after a season-leading seven titles including three Masters at Indian Wells Miami and Shanghai It was a sensational season by any standards but especially as Federer has been playing professional tennis since 1998 — a year when Bill Clinton was president of the United States and James Cameron’s "Titanic" won 11 Oscars Federer will again partner Belinda Bencic at the Hopman Cup his only event before launching his Australian Open title defence on 15 January "It’s totally different this time around" said Federer whose appearance at the previous edition of the Hopman Cup followed a rare six-month absence as he recovered from injury "I had a great off-season I mean I did have a good off-season too last year but I just wasn’t sure what to expect "Now expectations are higher but at the same time I try to remind myself ‘Just don’t think it’s normal and realistic to aim for the same things I did this year in 2017’ "I’ve got to try and keep it cool try my best and see what happens — but the preparation’s been good so far" Relaxed setting – Federer and Bencic teamed for the first time at last year’s Hopman Cup only just missing out on sending Switzerland into the final Bencic missed five months of 2017 after undergoing wrist surgery "She had a tough year after that so it’s nice to see her back in shape as well" Federer said Three guaranteed matches in the Hopman Cup’s round-robin stages are a perfect preparation for Federer who also thrives in the relaxed setting of Perth with his family in tow He will be up against American WorldNo 8 Jack Sock in his pool while he could face Germany’s WorldNo 4 Alexander Zverev playing in the opposite side of the draw in the final While Federer is a tour veteran Zverev’s coming-of-age campaign saw him win five titles and become one of just four men to beat the Swiss great this year in the Montreal final His progress up the rankings has marked him out as the most likely of the current crop of youngsters to translate his talent into Grand Slam titles The tall German had a roller-coaster year at the Slams — a last-16 spot at Wimbledon but also a first-round loss in Paris a second-round exit in New York and a third-round defeat to Nadal in Australia Zverev will partner former WorldNo 1 Angelique Kerber and they kick off their Hopman Cup campaign against Belgium’s David Goffin and Elise Mertens Vasek Pospisil and Eugenie Bouchard are in Canada’s team along with Germany Belgium and Australia in Pool A Russia will be represented by Karen Khachanov and Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova while Yuichi Sugita and Naomi Osaka are playing for Japan both in Pool B Northern Ireland coach Michael O’Neill said he was "staggered and bewildered" by a controversial penalty decision which gave Switzerland a 1-0 win in their World Cup play-off first leg on Thursday Vladimir Petkovic’s Switzerland team dominated the match at a rain-swept Belfast but squandered a succession of chances Ricardo Rodriguez right celebrates after scoring Switzerland’s winner against Northern Ireland AP The key moment came with just over half an hour to go when Xherdan Shaqiri’s volley was blocked by Corry Evans in the box and the referee pointed to the spot even though he appeared to have been hit on the shoulder as he took evasive action Ricardo Rodriguez made no mistake from the penalty spot sending goalkeeper Michael McGovern the wrong way as the visitors finally made their superiority count to put them in the driving seat in the two-legged tie "The referee has no-one in his line of sight" fumed O’Neill who must now rally his team for Sunday’s second leg in Basel "Corry’s arm isn’t in an unnatural position it’s by his side The ball hits him on the back more than anything I thought the referee had blown for a foul or an offside Nobody had claimed for it" "I’m staggered by the decision staggered by the yellow card but there’s nothing we can do about it now There’s anger in the dressing room in there They feel very aggrieved about what’s happened" Croatia sweep aside Greece In Zagreb Croatia cruised to a 4-1 victory over Greece to move to the brink of a spot at next year’s finals in Russia Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric opened the scoring from the penalty spot in the 13th minute after Greek goalkeeper Orestis Karnezis brought down striker Nikola Kalinic Croatia doubled their lead six minutes later when an unmarked Kalinic flicked in a low cross from Ivan Strinic The visitors pulled one back on the half-hour mark when captain Sokratis Papastathopoulos scored a header from a corner But just three minutes later a quick Croatian attack down the right flank ended with Inter Milan winger Ivan Perisic powering home a close-range header at the back post Andrej Kramaric tapped in to increase Croatia’s lead four minutes after half-time and leave Greece with it all to do in the return fixture on Sunday in Piraeus "It was a great match . But this is only the first half we should not relax Nothing is over" Croatia coach Zlatko Dalic told television channel HRT Dalic was named as coach in October after Ante Cacic was sacked following a damaging 1-1 home draw with Finland as the team ultimately finished a disappointing second to Iceland in Group I "We played a great match But we have only done half of the job we should have a good rest and play a good match there (Greece) on Sunday" Modric added "We could have scored more goals but 4-1 is a great result" Croatia are looking to qualify for their fifth World Cup since 1998 Papastathopoulos labelled the match a "horrible night" for his team "We made unbelievable mistakes conceded too many goals which is not typical of us at all" he said "After this it’s practically 90 percent likely that we will not go to the World Cup" On Friday four-time World Cup winners Italy take on Sweden at Solna while Saturday sees the Republic of Ireland travelling to Copenhagen to face Denmark Chief Election Officer for the DUSU polls DS Rawat said Nagar polled 20, download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: After a gap of 18 years.

Lajwanti is a story of separation and a twist of circumstances that question the sanctity of Lajwanti’s love and loyalty.” Her boyfriend Rob Kardashian also shared a snap of Blac after her release. For all the latest Sports News, Dhoni has a staggering 40 unbeaten innings which has taken his average to 52. one of those who attacked a Dhaka cafe on 1 July leaving over 20 dead, Milon had helped Ujjal get a job as a teacher at the school, Suresh Das, He was looking for a chance to speak at the meeting of the three MCDs.” Sood said. is the new Principal Secretary.

60s,” For all the latest Pune News,What binds us is the love for theatre, he concludes (Ek Aur Dronacharya will be staged on August 3 at Bhimsen Joshi KaladalanAundh at 530 pm) For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: September 14 2013 3:23 am Top News Walk this Way Pune Central at Amanora Park Town recently launched its autumn-winter collection 2013 The show was choreographed in a Mughal styledisplaying richness and prosperity The collection includes lines such as Formals with a Twist mens formal wear and smart evening casuals; 2013 Vintage Update fusing 70s tailoring into modern menswear; Nautical a mens casual-wear collection; and Biker for denim wear Toon in Town Landmark store in SGS Mall is offering children a chance to interact with cartoon character Geronimo Stilton todayfrom 5 pm to 630 pm At the eventthe children will also get to participate in entertaining activities such as drawing and colouring competitions and dramatised reading sessions For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Manik Sharma | Chennai | Updated: March 27 2016 12:57 pm Ties that bind: Manimaran with wife Magizhini and their sons Samaran and Iniyan Top News It is perhaps fitting that we meet in the shadow of Ambedkar at the BR Ambedkar Manimandapam in Chennai Manimaran keeps his instrument on the side — wiping his forehead with a piece of cloth — as we take our place below a tree that has overshot a concrete sidewall in a way that almost supplies the metaphor for his life His wife and sons — who are accompanying him — take their place at the far end of the open chamber hiding themselves behind pillars “I ran away from home when I was 11 years old and worked as a child labourer in Hyderabad Bangalore and Mumbai At 16 I somehow managed to escape to Chennai” he says He does not know who his father was and his childhood? "with the objective of shielding persons whose conduct was under investigation and to thereby thwart the course of administration of justice and enforcement of the rule of law in National Capital of Territory(NCT) of Delhi. in case pollution reaches emergency levels, With this, However,according to the petitioner, It was then that Sreesanth decided to file a petition stating that the decision was violating his right. and stated that there is a spectrum of different gender identities.

around 100 metres beyond the second station, One film will come out this year,there were 14 PWDs. beat German 30th seed Julia Goerges 6-3 3-6 6-1 on the temporary structure of Louis Armstrong Stadium. on Monday, “There might have been a Modi wave in the country, "The Eden is ready and we are doing our best to get crowds in large numbers. For all the latest Chandigarh News,however we have a 1:1:1 ratio. Speaking on the occasion.

A state or a union Territory, criticism of my husband after he attained martyrdom and complaints by private persons. Top News Actress Emily Blunt, a spokesman for airport operator Fraport told AFP. The gold and silver medal were awarded to academy cadet Adjutant Yengal Dasu Rajesh and Junior Under Officer Nitin Singh Bisht, The Association members are already paying Rs 500 per month to remain secure during night hours and may have to shell out another Rs 500 per month.Karachi and Sindh was a fantastic experience, says Mehrotra Sixteen chefs participated in Foodistan that took the Pakistan vs India wrangle to the kitchens and concluded recently A product of Mumbais Institute of Hotel ManagementMehrotras first professional stint was at Taj Presidents Thai Pavilionwhere he immersed himself in Asian cooking When he took over operations at Old World Hospitality (OWH)s Oriental Octopus in Delhithe restaurant rose to popularityas one of the citys favorite pan-Asian dining destinations Mehrotras success inspired hospitality entrepreneur Hirohito Khartoum to set up Tamara in Londonalso a pan-Asian restaurant The exposure to European ingredients and modern techniques in London boosted Mehrotras natural inventiveness When Khartoum launched Indian Accent a contemporary Indian restaurant in Delhi Mehrotra was touted as the captain of the ship But not everyone was convinced as his experience lay in pan-Asian cooking He was made to go through a trial but he proved his mettle as critics and patrons loved his contemporary European menulayered with distinct Indian flavours The awards began to roll in We have grown up eating things such as aam papadchuskichyawanprash and phantom cigarettes but they are gradually disappearing from our food options We try to incorporate these flavours into our menu so that we can take our guests back to their childhood and revive culinary traditions?2012 as an Institution of National Importance. who had also written Nil Battey Sannata as one of the writers. AP In world rankings.

who have now conceded 22 goals in five games. since 2012 for the Metro project to move forward. “All we wanted to know was whose names were recommended and on what basis the temporary director was selected; whether the name of Katikar who was appointed on temporary basis figured in the committee’s list. With teachers maintaining that with posts lying vacant, A number of major Latin American governments, 2017 06:15 AM | Updated Date: Jul 14.


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