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’ she coined her own simple slogan ‘Garibi Hatao’.beauty 1. he replied, download Indian Express App ? Her filmography doesn’t boast a long list of films, Dermatologist and cosmetologist Dilip Shah says that apart from complaints of bad hair days, was in awe of the former India skipper.Amitabh who promoted his new film Sarkar 3 on IPL Extra Innings got nostalgic about the sport on his blog and recalled some of the memorable times when he met cricketers like Kapil Dev and Sunil Gavaskar In the lengthy post the Piku star shared an incident when Dhoni visited him on the Baghban set “The memory goes on for years and years Right down to present times and Sachin and MS Dhoni and all the younger players that exhibit such tremendous energy and skills on the pitch Dhoni walking on to the set of Baghban while I was shooting and all of us in absolute awe of the man” he wrote Big B also recounted how once while playing a friendly match with cricketers he got slammed when he failed to recognise the late spin bowler Vinoo Mankad Also Read |Sarkar 3 audience reaction: Sarkar exists because of Amitabh Bachchan say viewers “Those friendly charity cricket matches that the film industry played with the Indian team That moment when I was bowling and the umpire guiding me by telling me to bowl over the wicket and shorter” “And I was looking at him with some dismay as to why he was guiding me and me not liking being told like so And on disclosing my displeasure to another team member he telling me off with ‘You absolute idiot That umpire is the great Vinoo Mankad And me not knowing where to hide my face from this spin bowling giant Mr Mankad” he added The 74-year-old is often seen enjoying Indian Premier League games alongside his son Abhishek Bachchan For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: July 13 2017 9:19 pm Ajax said that Nouri suffered cardiac arrhythmiasor racing heart condition (Source: AP) Top News Ajax midfielder Abdelhak Nouri has suffered “serious and permanent brain damage” according to a statement released by the club Nourie had collapsed during Ajax’s pre-season friendly against German club Werder Bremen He required emergency treatment from paramedics on the field and had to be airlifted from the field Ajax said that the player suffered cardiac arrhythmiasor racing heart condition The club further stated that tests had shown his heart functioning normally and his brain activity did not show any anomalies The condition was something that Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo was diagnosed with in his teens The condition is characterised by irregular heart beats It is reported that Nouriehad regained a regular heart beat when he was put under an induced coma Later many parts of the 20-year-old’s brain was found to be not functioning due to it presumably not receiving enough oxygen supply Former Ajax goalkeeper and current chief executive Edwin Vab der Sar said that it was “the worst possible message” Nourie is regarded as a promising talent and had made 15 appearances with Ajax senior side last season He had scored on his senior debut and also made three appearances in the Europa League “The blow is also hard for Ajax although we knew we might have to consider this scenario These have been uncertain days and lots of people in different way have sympathised with his situation That is greatly appreciated” said Van Der Sar “Abdelhak has such great talent unfortunately we will never know how far his star would have reached if this had not happened to him” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsUpdated: February 11 2014 10:35 am The stakes are too high for India to adopt self-aggrandising idealism Reuters Related News Issues of multilateral internet governance must be kept separate from cybersecurity and espionage In his article ‘In strategic interest and for self-respect’ (IE January 30) Hardeep S Puri has underscored why we need to discuss internet governance cybersecurity and related issues threadbare and among a much larger set of stakeholders This intrinsically democratic and most accessible medium has witnessed a disappointingly muted debate within India on its governance and regulation Some key aspects highlighted in Puri’s article must be discussed further First it must be understood that from a practice and policy perspective surveillance cybersecurity and internet governance are immiscible Espionage is unlikely to cease irrespective of who governs the internet who allocates domain names and who assigns addresses The existence of PRISM and other such programmes is not a reflection of the state of global internet governance but rather demonstrates the political intent technological capability and institutional capacity of nations to interlope acquire and illegally monitor information and data India’s subdued opposition to the revelation of PRISM was because as the external affairs minister put it “we have similar systems in place” called NETRA and the Central Monitoring System All countries with means and capacity will keep tabs on adversaries and on activities they perceive as threats No international agreement or legislation will change that When such attempts to spy are exposed as by Snowden there will be a degree of furore and then it will be business-as-usual Therefore even as India rightly seeks greater voice and weight in institutions that manage the internet it must be very careful not to conflate internet governance with either cybersecurity or cyberespionage Second on internet governance the Tunis Declaration of 2005 is indeed important We must strive for “multilateral transparent and democratic” systems of governance as against ceding disproportionate weight and voice to one nation Unilateralism or even plurilateralism is unacceptable and countries like India and Brazil must ensure the digital world does not get carved up among a group of US-led Western nations on the one hand and the Chinese and Russians on the other India in a manner of speaking is a “swing state” and how it acts now may influence the narrative decisively India needs to do more It will be the most digitally engaged actor among the liberal and democratic nations that seek a free and fluid internet There must be no governance veto for the US Russia or China and any framework must have India at the high table At the same time there must be no G-77 for the digital world with India at its helm The stakes are too high for India to adopt self-aggrandising idealism We need to engage on realistic terms with the key stakeholders Alongside this realism we also need to accept another fact This is no longer just a debate on unilateralism plurilateralism and multilateralism; it is as much a debate on multistakeholderism and multilateralism The Tunis Declaration when first written in 2005 had a very different context There were less than a billion internet users compared to 27 billion today and there were less than two billion mobile users as against seven billion today In 2005 Google was in its early years Facebook had not moved out of the college campus and Twitter had not even been conceived Today these and other corporations and civil society collaborations are arguably weightier than nation states and may arguably have a greater impact on the future of the digital medium How India engages with this new landscape is the most relevant question Does India see the internet as an aid to emancipate its people or a means to control them Does it see this medium as an opportunity to create wealth and reach prosperity and services to its people or should we imagine it as another 20th century security discourse Does it see its private sector as offering the country greater agency or does it view the private sector in contention with the state If the answer is the former to each of the posers then any governance framework must accommodate the voice of consumers private-sector companies and other stakeholders It also implies India help shift the discourse towards multistakeholderism Telecom companies and IT enterprises have been India’s interlocutors in these sectors at a time when government was ill-equipped to be the voice These corporations created jobs ensured growth and connected India to the world under governance regimes emanating from Western centres that were also their markets They must be co-opted as India engages on these issues today The consumers/ users must also have a significant voice This is logical and achievable as long as we do not mix our approaches to espionage security and governance of the internet Our “strategic interest” will be served when we acknowledge where our current and future interests lie in terms of economy and politics Thereafter we must negotiate India’s role at institutions that govern the internet be it ICANN IANA or any other body Our “self-respect” will be enhanced when we negotiate this role from a position of strength a factor of our economic weight which in turn is a factor of our private-sector successes entrepreneurship and large consumer base The government like some other smart nations must let its enterprises and people speak for it as it will lend it greater credibility For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News Art that would rather be science? Frank Sinatra Jr. the son of legendary actor and singer Frank Sinatra has died the Peabody Auditorium said on March 16 2016 (Source: Reuters) Top News Frank Sinatra Jr the son of legendary singer Frank Sinatra and an artist himself has died He was 72 The Sinatra family said in a statement that he died of cardiac arrest while on tour in Daytona FL and that they mourn the untimely passing of their son brother family and uncle reported RollingStone magazine Though his father may have discouraged his son from going into the music business due to its challenges Sinatra Jr followed in the footsteps of his famous father as well as worked by his side When he was 19 he was kidnapped and held for ransom though he was released a few days later and the kidnappers were caught and convicted He later became his father’s music director and at the age of 44 began serving as his father’s conductor His debut album 1965’s “Young Love for Sale” was understandably influenced by his father and was also released on Reprise which was also his father’s longtime label home He was scheduled to perform at The Peabody Daytona Beach which was billed as “Frank Sinatra Jr: ‘Sinatra Sings Sinatra’ The Centennial Celebration” according to Ticketmaster For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBeijing:Maria Sharapova said on Tuesday that her third-round China Open clash with World No 2Simona Halep will help the Russian gauge her progress since returning from a 15-month doping ban The former World No 1 on the comeback trail since April following the ban for taking the banned substance meldonium had to dig deep as she defeated compatriot Ekaterina Makarova over three sets in the second round Sharapova a lowly 104 in the world and on a wildcard at the China Open has yet to win a tournament since returning to tennis Maria Sharapova celebrates after defeating her compatriot Ekaterina Makarova in their women’s singles matchat China Open AP The five-time Grand Slam champion said she had endured "a few ups and downs" in seeing off Makarova 6-4 4-6 6-1 But the 30-year-old is relishing her showdown with the Romanian Halep: "We know each other’s games very well that’s no secret "They’ve always been very challenging tough competitive emotional" Sharapova a crowd favourite in Beijing added: "But I love the challenge of playing against someone that’s No 2in the world "She’s a great player she’s had a great year "Any time you’re able to face an opponent that’s done something right and well it’s great to see where you are and where your level is" The Halep meeting will be a replay of the first-round match between the pair at the US Open in August when Sharapova made an impressive return to Grand Slam competition before exiting in the fourth round Sharapova holds a 7-0 record against Halep who made it into the next round on the outside Beijing hard courts after Magdalena Rybarikova retired ill in the second set Tuesday’s encounter with Makarova was the second time in four days that Sharapova had been forced into a deciding set And the Russian believes tournaments such as the China Open are only getting harder to win "There’s a lot of depth in the game by that I mean there’s maybe many years ago you’d find yourself working through the first rounds" she said "You knew you’re going to get through those first few rounds it will be straight sets —you might be rusty but you’ll get through it "You can’t think like that any more there’s too many good players playing the first second third fourth rounds" Melbourne:Swiss marvel Roger Federer blitzed long-time rival Tomas Berdych in straight sets to storm into the fourth round with a vintage performance at the Australian Open on Friday The 17-time Grand Slam champion seeded 17th after an injury-hit 2016 downed the 10th-seeded Czech 6-2 6-4 6-4 in just 90 minutes Federer reached the round of 16 in Melbourne for the 15th time where he will face Japanese fifth-seed Kei Nishikori Roger Federer reacts after beating Tomas Berdych in straight sets in Round 3 Reuters "From the baseline honestly I felt worlds better than in the first couple of rounds Yeah it’s wonderful I’m really happy yeah of course" Federer said "I’m sure I’ve done some sort of a performance like this (before) When you don’t get broken you don’t have to save any break points you’re always in the lead it’s always easier to play" Any concerns that Federer might be in for a tough night evaporated with a double service break to lead Berdych 5-2 in the opening set The Swiss maestro continued to put on a tennis masterclass to leave the big Czech floundering Federer breezed through the opening set in 26 minutes made it 2-0 another 31 minutes later and cruised through the final set in 33 minutes to complete an astonishing demolition of one of his long-time rivals Federer broke Berdych’s big serve four times and did not face one break point on his own service while hitting 40 winners against just 17 unforced errors ‘I did surprise myself’ "I didn’t expect it as such to be honest especially not this kind of a scoreline" Federer said "Especially having to save no breakpoints just always rolling on the serve That was a big surprise to me "I think it was a great mental test for me to see if I could stay in the match point for point keep rolling "I was able to do that That’s where I’m just really happy that I was able to deliver that "I had no expectations really for tonight but I did surprise myself" On facing Nishikori in his next match the 35-year-old Swiss legend said: "I’m a big fan of his game He’s got one of the best backhands out there I love how he can crush it down the line or cross-court "He’s got wonderful second serve returns He’s fast on his legs Strong in his mind "I know how tough he is as the match goes along He finds his range and his rhythm he’s tough to stop" It was the 23rd career meeting between the pair and their seventh meeting at a Grand Slam and fourth at the Australian Open Federer extended his record to 17-6 over Berdych and has won their last six meetings The last time the Czech defeated Federer was in the semi-finals at Dubai in 2013 The Swiss legend is looking to become the third man to win five Australian Open singles titles after Novak Djokovic and Roy Emerson who have both won six Chandigarh | Published: January 22 2016 5:26 am Top News The Punjab and Haryana High Court has stayed the arrest of comedian Raghvendra Amarnath Sharda alias Kiku Sharda who has been charged with hurting religious sentiments for mocking Dera Sacha Sauda head Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh in a television show The HC also stayed proceedings in the case in a lower court Hearing a petition filed by Sharda seeking quashing of two FIRs registered against him at Kaithal and Fatehabad Justice Rajesh Bindal also issued a notice to the Haryana government directing it to file its reply by February 2 The judge observed that FIRs were being registered against the comedian at various places in Punjab and Haryana for the same episode and ruled that Sharda should not be arrested even if more such FIRs are registered In the two FIRs Kiku has been accused of “deliberate intent to wound religious feelings” While the FIR at the Fatehabad police station was registered on December 31 last year the one in Kaithal was lodged on January 1 this year Another FIR against Sharda has been registered at the Faridkot police station in Punjab Sharda was arrested by the Kaithal police on January 14 but let off on bail the same day He was however detained by the Fatehabad police on the night of January 14 and released the next day The comedian submitted in court on Thursday that no offence has been made out against him as per the facts narrated in both the FIRs at Kaithal and Fatehabad For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: October 3 2016 2:33 pm Slaven Bilic said the club’s summer signings needed time before they could find their feet in England (Reuters Image) Top News West Ham United must find a way to win games to lift the “confidence-killing” pressure on the team manager Slaven Bilic has said West Ham have looked a shadow of the side that secured a place in the Europa League after finishing seventh last season They endured four consecutive league defeats before Saturday’s 1-1 home draw with Middlesbrough leaving the Hammers in the bottom three “This is different pressure than last season when we were fighting for Europe We are not enjoying this pressure and it’s hard to cope with it” Bilic told reporters “You have to get out of this situation because this pressure stops you from expressing yourself in the best-possible way This pressure is a confidence killer” “This is a negative pressure and positive pressure is different This is the one which is hard to cope with but that’s why we have to get a few points and wins to come out of that pressure and get that burden off our back” The Croat said the club’s summer signings needed time before they could find their feet in England Record signing Andre Ayew faces a long spell on the sidelines after injuring his thigh in August while left back Arthur Masuaku who joined from Olympiakos Piraeus also in August is expected to be out till around November due to ligament damage “All the summer signings are good players and they will come good at least that’s what we expect them to do” Bilic said “They came to improve our team and some of them have played really well in some games but we have to help them also to settle into a new country and new environment as soon as possible” Bilic also urged West Ham to avoid over-dependence on winger Dimitri Payet who scored a dazzling solo equaliser against Middlesbrough at the London Stadium “We are not a one-player team but the others have to take their lead from Dimi I was pleased with our work-rate but that’s a minimum as we have to step up our quality in the last third of the pitch” he added “It doesn’t have to be a wonder goal like Dimi’s but it has to be more” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: May 4 2016 3:46 am Before the court made these observations the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the state Crime Investigation Department (CID) submitted reports of the status of their respective investigations Related News THE Bombay High Court Tuesday asked investigative agencies not to get influenced by any factor — political or otherwise — and be bold enough to cross hurdles that undermine the probe in the murders of rationalist Narenda Dabholkar and CPI leader Govind Pansare Justices S C Dharmadhikari and Dr Shalini Phansalkar Joshi also asked the agencies to question the members of the organisation that arrested accused Samir Gaikwad belong to Gaikwad was arrested in connection with the murder of Pansare Read |Pansare murder: Court dismisses Gaikwad’s allegation that he was offered money to take names becomeapprover Gaikwad a member of right-wing group Sanatan Sanstha was arrested in Sangli on September 16 2014 by a special investigation team of the Maharashtra Police “Any person or organisation having a voice of dissent and debate does not mean they will be attacked this way” said the bench while referring to the two cases Before the court made these observations the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the state Crime Investigation Department (CID) submitted reports of the status of their respective investigations Read |Pansare murder Chargesheet: ‘Teen saw Sanatan member on crimespot’ The court however did not seem happy with the progress “What’s the apprehension in acting against them (organisation) We don’t want you to be influenced by anything Anybody who is put to death in this manner — it raises serious issues” the court told the CBI and the state CID Share This Article Related Article The agencies through the Additional Solicitor General Anil Singh and Public Prosecutor Sandip Shinde respectively informed the bench that investigations were under way and they’ll soon make a breakthrough The court reiterated that the murder of Pansare had taken place in August 2013 The court said selection of the premier agency the CBI was shown the gravity of the case “In this age with modern technology how can you say we are not geared up for the challenge Men in uniform should take people into confidence There may be a political angle whichever angle there may be ours is only one concern” opined the court The court in the meantime directed the families to engage in a dialogue with investigative agencies and give their inputs The court will again take stock of the progress in the investigation on June 23 WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: December 7 2015 2:14 pm ‘Hate Story 3’ has been continuing its glorious run on day two as well After getting a good start by minting Rs 972 cr on the first day of its release the movie showed ran upward growth on Day 2 and Day 3 again Related News ‘Hate Story 3’ has been continuing its glorious run on day two as well After getting a good start by minting Rs 972 cr on the first day of its release the movie showed ran upward growth on Day 2 and Day 3 again (Read ‘Hate Story 3’ review here) On the second day of its release the Vishal Pandya film earned Rs 805 cr and the third day collections increased to Rs 905 cr With this the total collections have gone up to Rs 2682 cr Made at the cost of Rs 132 crores the film seems to be running in profits already Trade Ananlyst taran Adarsh tweeted: #HateStory3 puts up a SOLID weekend total Fri 972 cr Sat 805 cr Sun 905 cr Total: 2682 cr India biz — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) December 7 2015 #HateStory3 has cost 65 cr make Plus 67 cr for print + advertising Total cost: 132 cr… SUPER HIT in terms of economics — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) December 5 2015 Also starring Sharman Joshi and Daisy Shah the movie is being watched by fans all over This is Karan Singh Grover’s second film after ‘Alone’ in which he starred opposite Bipasha Basu (Read review of Hate Story 3) After this we are left with two big movies for thie year – Shah Rukh Khan Kajol starrer ‘Dilwale’ and Ranveer Singh Deepika Padukone starrer ‘Bajirao Mastani’ (See Pics of Hate Story 3 men celebrating their success) For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News” Jean Verster told South African media on Sunday.

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