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2013 3:24 am Related News A red sandalwood rosary, as it was done to bypass the Hill Areas Committee.” For the record,30 am, to put their own lives on the line to save others and to prevent the disease from spreading further.team, The common ideology here is one of social justice,000 kilometres away in Bangalore: the IPL auction. At least one player claims the pressure will be too much for him to handle “Luckily enough it’s between the Tests” says Corey Anderson “There is a bit of talk among the boys to watch the auction I’ll probably not watch mine and instead watch someone else’s And when my name comes up I’ll probably go out of the room I would rather someone texts me that you didn’t get in or you are gone “ he says with a smile This from a guy who bats like he doesn’t know what pressure is The guy who broke Shahid Afridi’s 16-year-old record of the fastest ODI century on New Year’s Day It only shows how much the IPL means to New Zealand’s cricketers For the centrally contracted ones here — and there are about 20 on that list 3 earn between a range of NZ$ 70000 to NZ $140000 per annum It fetches them primarily their bread and butter Their house mortgages and the kind of car they drive will depend significantly on what price will they get if any when the hammer comes down Anderson however can start looking for a house in the fanciest of neighbourhoods in New Zealand The big-hitting all-rounder is widely expected to attract huge bids with some even suggesting a million-dollar plus figure “It’s one of those things I am excited about” Anderson says “It’s one of those things that I haven’t had any experience of I don’t know what all it’s gonna be about when it happens I reckon a few guys sense it sort of tends to be a bit of a circus as well But I am glad to be part of this circus at that moment and I am just looking forward to it” Perfect timing For someone who relies on brute strength to send ball into orbit Anderson has timed his knocks quite well too After the fastest hundred against the West Indies he turned in two more match-winning performances with bat and one with ball to burnish his credentials In process he also showed potential buyers his class in case they had missed the West Indies match on January 1 Probed by the media he relives the knock once more “It was a pretty crazy day to be fair We didn’t think we were even going to play Suddenly we go out there and we get this unbelievable start It was one of those days when you just want to belt every ball to a six or a four and I just kept hitting it I can’t put my finger on anything and say well what I had the night before or anything It was just one of those crazy day of cricket” Anderson says “I thought I might be close to a New Zealand record or something I never thought that it would be a world record It was pretty crazy what all was happening” So will he now try and break Vivian Richards’ fastest hundred record (56 balls) in Tests “It would be pretty gutsy to try and take that down You would like a genius or an idiot I can’t say I am gonna try and do that” he says Anderson is a big hitter but not reckless He is confident but not cocky Speaking with The Indian Express former New Zealand wicketkeeper Peter McGlashan remembers playing against an immensely talented kid who was mature beyond his years “I was playing with him in a first-class game He must have been just 16 or 17 then I was with the Northern Districts and he was playing for Canterbury Obviously we had heard a lot about him So we wanted to unsettle him when he came out to bat I was keeping and was sledging him saying stuff like: ‘What are you doing here you mother must be worried’ And ‘Have you done your homework’ He was a bit flustered as to why we were targeting him but he batted beautifully After the match I walked up to him to shake hands He was confused I explained it to him that we were taking a dig at him because we knew he was good” says Peter It’s this mental balance and unflappable composure could come in handy in crunch IPL situations Meanwhile even as his blockbuster summer seems set become even bigger Anderson doesn’t think of himself as a finished product “There’s a lot of work to do I need to keep focus and be consistent I know there are guys behind me trying to knock down the door and take my position Even though I have had a few scores it doesn’t make a summer It sure doesn’t make a career” It may make a million though For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: February 9 2017 4:34 pm According to Swami Om the earthquake which shook northern India on Monday was just a warning to all his haters Related News Stop looking for scientific reasons for earthquakes as Swami Om has finally hit the nail on its head — he says the recent Uttrakhand earthquake that shook up Delhi on Monday was caused by him Just when we thought controversies relating to Swami Om have been done and dusted here he is once again talking nonsense According to the self-proclaimed godman the earthquake which shook northern India on Monday was just a warning to all his haters Also read |WATCH: When Swami Om threw water on a news anchor and other controversial videos Swami who claims to be a disciple of Lord Shiva shared a video in which he talks about how he saved humanity from the wrath of Lord Shiva Swami Om says god is angry with people for disrespecting him on the reality TV show Bigg Boss 10 He says “On Monday I announced in the evening that tremors will be felt in the night around 10-1030 pm and those will be the evidence of his ‘Omleela’” Watch| Swami Om stopped the earthquake disaster He further adds that this time being god’s child he has saved people but if they will continue to talk ill about him they may have to suffer from a more disastrous mishap “An earthquake as fierce as Nepal earthquake will hit the north India if you people will not take my warning seriously You will have to suffer from hunger and there will be no one to help So you better start respecting saints like Swami Om” warns the man Also read |Bigg Boss 10: Salman Khan forced me to eat non-veg gave chicken in name of vegetable says Swami Om His previous claims are as weird as this one He told his fellow contestants in the Bigg Boss house about his supernatural powers which helped him walk on water and stop a missile Before Bigg Boss 10 finale he even threatened to break Salman Khan’s bones and set the Bigg Boss house on fire For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: March 29 2017 4:12 pm Karan Johar’s defense against nepotism is his last stand Related News Karan Johar’s recent release Badrinath Ki Dulhani is a box office hit He is now looking forward to the release of Baahubali: The Conclusion next He also took his twins Roohi and Yash home on Wednesday from the hospital and the pictures went viral Amidst all this the director is still chased by questions about nepotism and he is done answering it Once and for all the director has written about his stand on what he calls the national topic and says he wants to stop the nepospasms (the fear of the word according to Karan) Karan wrote in this column for NDTV “What are nepospasms you ask It’s a new condition arising from fear of the word Everywhere I go the word nepotism chases me I run but it finds me Once upon a time people didn’t know what nepotism was or care what it means now it feels like it’s become the national word We don’t just have a national bird it feels like now we have a national word too” He has gone on to explain how he does agree that nepotism exists He does agree that his first film even sounded possible to make because his father was a producer He agrees to the fact that he hired Varun Dhawan as an assistant director because of David Dhawan as a friend But he also questions why people do not point out how Sidharth Malhotra another star that he had launched is an outsider He asked “I have also launched Sidharth Malhotra who has nothing to do with anyone but why bother mentioning that And by the way Kangana has done a Dharma film We have offered roles recently to Nawazuddin Siddiqui and to Irrfan Khan which they have turned down And that’s fine I hope we’ll be able to work together later They are not obliged to do films they don’t think will work for them and I am not obliged to cast anyone unless I think it works for the movie” He also stresses on the fact that at the end of the day he is a business man who has to look and balances and bottom lines He explains that all a director thinks about when he casts someone is to see if the person works for the film or not and he also goes on to agree that he might even launch Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan if he believes he can gain from it Why should he not is his resounding question Also read |As Karan Johar takes his babies Yash and Roohi home here are their adorable first pics He says “While we’re on the subject may I point out that while we can (and have) put the star onscreen we cannot make the audience arrive So if it is a nepotistic world we’re not the only ones guilty of it Taken a look at any entertainment website recently They’re full of star kids It’s all about Sara (Ali Khan) and Jhanvi (Kapoor) and Aryan (Khan) and Aarav (Kumar) They step out and they’re photographed they’re the ultimate clickbait” He asks if the public is so against nepotism why are they making star kids the news makers Why are media houses publishing about people who have clearly not started their career as of now and more importantly why are they not looking out for some young teenager who has done great things He concludes by saying “If we’re to blame then everyone is to blame or better still no one is There is no blame nor should there be To each their own as long as no one is being deliberately discriminated against If I am a product of nepotism fine If the talent I’ve launched is a sign of nepotism fine But I’m not alone You are doing it too With your headlines in your political parties in a thousand industries across the country This is not about me objecting or nullifying the issue I’ll accept it Can you If for no other reason than I need these damn nepospasms to subside” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsChandigarh:Slamming Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar for "protecting and extending political patronage" to controversial godman Gurmeet Ram Rahim the Punjab and Haryana High Court on Saturday asked the state to register a case against those who instigated the widespread violence by Dera followers after the sect leader was convicted of rape At least 31 people were killed in the violence in Haryana PTI Directing the state to verify a newspaper report on alleged instigation by the sect leaders the High Court directed the registration of a first information report (FIR) against the instigators "if the reporter stood by his report" The High Court bench of Justices SS Saron Surya Kant and Avneesh Jhingan in its resumed hearing asked the state about its plans to sanitise the Dera Sacha Sauda located in Sirsa town some 260 kilometres from Chandigarh which is reported to still have thousands of followers inside Getting tough the judges also slammed state education minister Ram Bilas Sharma for having recently given a grant of Rs 51 lakh to the Dera The judges directed the Deputy Commissioners of Punjab and Haryana to provide a list of Dera properties and told them not to sell or transfer the properties The court also sought a status report on the deaths in the violence A CBI court in Haryana’s Panchkula town adjoining Chandigarh on Friday held the Dera chief guilty of rape and sexual exploitation of two women followers in 2002 sparking widespread violence by his followers The security forces opened fire to control the mob At least 31 people 29 of them in Panchkula town died in the violence and 250 others were injured Vehicles and property were also damaged and set on fire by the unruly Dera followers Click here to follow LIVE updates Written by Sakshi Dayal | New Delhi | Published: April 22 2016 3:08 am Students protest at the Noida campus of Footwear Design and Development Institute Thursday (Express Photo by Gajendra Yadav) Top News The main building of the Footwear Design and Development Institute (FDDI) in Noida and the path leading up to it were strewn with broken flower pots and shattered glass Thursday afternoon Around noon students demanding their “rightful deserved degrees” resorted to violence after getting an “unsatisfactory reply” from authorities The protesters attacked windows in the building and windshields of vehicles Controversy struck FDDI after an MoU it signed with Mewar University (MU) of Rajasthan was declared invalid “When we joined the FDDI we were told we would get a Mewar University degree and a valid diploma both UGC approved but in December 2014 we were told this would not be the case Since then none of the students who have completed their studies here have been granted degrees” said a student “We have had silent protests protests at Jantar Mantar and lockdowns but all the authorities and management do is ask for more time” Share This Article Related Article The agitating students claimed they heard through “internal sources” that talks were on for granting them degrees from Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) This has done little to pacify them The row over the degree and diploma originally promised not materialising has affected more than 3600 students of the institute in campuses across the country “We don’t want degrees associated with IGNOU when we have paid for full-time education” said another student “Today we went to inquire about this but did not get any real answer from the authorities The students got frustrated and did all this damage” Authorities meanwhile continued to request for more time “It is a government institute so things are bound to take time they are happening at higher levels But the process is on and documentation will happen Students just have to be patient” said an official who did not want to be named WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: February 11 2016 9:50 am Sonam Kapoor said: “I will certainly turn director as I think there are more women required in that field I think in the next couple of years I will direct a film that will talk about incredible stories about strong women” Related News Actress Sonam Kapoor who aspires to be a director says she will direct incredible stories about strong women “I will certainly turn director as I think there are more women required in that field I think in the next couple of years I will direct a film that will talk about incredible stories about strong women” Sonam told IANS Sonam is currently busy promoting her film “Neerja” The Ram Madhvani directorial features the actress as Pan Am chief purser Neerja Bhanot who was gunned down by terrorists on a hijacked flight in 1986 She saved over 300 lives on that flight but lost her own Sonam Kapoor’s style file for Neerja promotions The film is slated for February 19 release For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPep Guardiola avoided his future employers as Manchester City were on Friday drawn to play Real Madrid in the semi-finals of the Champions League while Atletico Madrid will face the Spaniard’s Bayern Munich The UEFA Champions League trophy Reuters Guardiola will take over as City boss next season and is in his swansong after three years at Bayern having steered the Bavarian giants to the last four in Europe on each of his three years in charge Atletico the Diego Simeone-coached team that knocked out defending champions Barcelona in the quarter-finals and Bayern have previously met once in European action in the 1974 final the Bundesliga side running out 4-0 winners in the replay following an initial 1-1 draw Bayern striker Robert Lewandowski said the Bundesliga team would be wary of Atletico "@Atleti did show the strength in the match with Barcelona We must maintain maximum concentration" the Polish international tweeted @Atleti did show the strenght in the match with Barcelona We must maintain maximum concentration @ChampionsLeague — Robert Lewandowski (@lewy_official) April 15 2016 Bayern’s Spain international Javi Martinez added: "That will be a difficult game against a strong opponent" For outgoing Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini the semi-final will be a return to the club he managed in 2009-10 City’s only games against Real unbeaten in their last eight games against English clubs and in the semi-finals for a record sixth successive time were in the 2012-13 group stage They drew 1-1 at home and lost 3-2 away City’s sporting director Txiki Begiristain said: "It’s a great tie against the team that has won the competition the most times "But we have got this far and we want to keep dreaming" The first leg of the semi-finals will be played on April 26-27 with the second leg scheduled for May 3-4 The final will take place at Milan’s San Siro stadium on May 28 There was no shrieking or screaming or falling to the ground There wasn’t even the traditional celebratory fist pump with the accompanying ‘Pojd’ – Czech for ‘Come on’ Petra Kvitova smiled her small smile graciously accepted the applause of the Centre Court and walked away a 6-3 6-4 winner over Sweden’s Johanna Larsson Not just because Kvitova is always understated But also because it’s still more than she would have hoped for a few weeks ago On 20 December 2016 Kvitova was attacked in her apartment in Prostějov and suffered multiple injuries to her left hand – her playing hand It took two surgeries to fix the damage but doctors had still given her a very slim chance of recovery The incident she said last week “took away her smile” Petra Kvitova has battled a career-threatening hand injury to return to court AP In the moments she had spent sitting on the sofa watching tennis tournaments from around the world wondering if she would ever be back competing on the court Wimbledon had dominated her imagination Kvitova’s love for the tournament came before her success there And her road to recovery was paved with Wimbledon in mind After the career-threatening injury Kvitova returned to the game at the French Open in May While she retained her composure through the first match she shed a few emotional tears after winning the opening round “It’s even better that I already played in Paris as at Wimbledon I won’t feel the same pressure that I would have done if that was my first Grand Slam back” Kvitova had said The 27-year-old went down to Bethanie Mattek-Sands in the second round in Paris But she defied all expectations even her own as she battled to a title win in Birmingham Classic the grass-court preparatory event for the Big W Kvitova overcame the in-form Kristina Mladenovic of France in the quarter-final and fought back from a set down to defeat Ashleigh Barty in the final “I just love grass” she said after winning the title in only her second tournament back “It feels like home I love the movement on grass I love the flat shots I love the serve and volley and the drop shots and the slice I love everything about it” Evidently so She had made her breakthrough on grass winning the 2011 Wimbledon Championships by beating former champion Maria Sharapova Even at 21 she had the poise and the craftiness to work with the surface and became the first player born in the 1990s to win a Grand Slam On arriving at Wimbledon this time seeded no 11 Kvitova tweeted that she was “Back in my happy place” “It was my dream to come here to play That was the goal of my recovery” she said “For me Wimbledon is in my heart It’s the biggest one” Playing only her third tournament since the recovery Kvitova is still the emotional and the bookmakers’ favourite to take the crown Venus Williams and Kvitova are the only two players in the women’s draw of 128 who have won the singles crown before giving them a slight edge over the rest in this wide open women’s field “I don’t think it is very realistic” Kvitova said in an emotional BBC interview “I don’t feel like a favourite I’m not here to win it I already won the biggest fight before; I won because I’m here” On Monday she walked out on Centre Court her favourite court to continue her remarkable comeback to tennis In her player box friends family and coaches wore t-shirts saying ‘Courage Belief Pojd’ She had also invited her surgeon Dr Radek Kerble who had stitched her hand back and his wife for the match to mark her gratitude But on the court Kvitova did a good job blocking out the wave of emotion flowing from the stands She had won her war now it was time to do battle The Czech did start nervously serving three double faults to lose her opening service game But once she had found her big serve and lawn-mowing groundstrokes she was back in business Kvitova took the first set 6-3 and overcame a late surge from Larsson in the second She served an ace down the ‘T’ to close out the set 6-4 and the match in an hour and 24 minutes The Czech standing tall at 6-feet struck 31 winners to eight from her Swedish opponent But her performance on the day was far from smooth; Kvitova still needs to be more consistent with the serves and her movement was at times sluggish Six months away from the game can do that She can’t yet completely clench her fists to accentuate her ‘Pojds’ but Kvitova can well grip the tennis racquet and power past rivals The six months away where she had to live through physical and emotional scars have also brought perspective “I think that before I was very nervous before every match Now I see that I shouldn’t be” she had said before opening her Wimbledon campaign “There’s more important things in the life than just tennis” Written by Ahiral Dave | Gandhinagar | Published: November 7 2013 4:47 am Related News His nomination as BJPs prime ministerial candidate seems to have turned Chief Minister Narendra Modi into an unusually defensive player on home turf The past few months have seen Modi play to the gallerytrying to keep politically important sections farmerstribalsparty cadres and even NGOs in good humour by accepting their long-pending demands To begin withhe silenced a menacing agitation against the Mandal-Becahraji (MB) Special Investment Region (SIR)which also covered the Maruti Suzuki plantby announcing the scrapping of 80 per cent of the SIR This was followed by the announcement of a new taluka Garudeshwar in the tribal area of central Gujarat to quieten the agitation by locals against the acquisition of their land under the Kevadia Area Development Authority for the Statue of Unity project For the first time in his 12-year tenureappointments in public corporations and boards were made this year Modi has also gone for a ministry expansion after dilly-dallying for almost a year Old loyals like Vijay Rupani and former deputy chief minister Narhari Aminwho had left Congress to join hands with Modi just before the 2012 Assembly electionshave been rewarded No such appointment has been made since 2001 Another import from CongressSaurashtra strongman Vitthal Radadiyawho was showing signs of unrest following delay in the ministry expansionwas finally rewarded Radadiyas sonJayeshwas included in the ministry on November 1 Modis detractorshoweversay that this is a part of his political strategy to buy time and show a picture of a happy Gujarat to the nation It was Modi government only whichfrom 2009 to 2011fought a legal battle against farmersgoing to the SC to save the land allotted to Nirma Cement plant in coastal Mahuva of Bhavnagar district The agitation was led by the then BJP MLA Dr Kanubhai Kalsariya The Modi government was very adamant It was not willing to compromise at all?assistant director with DGCEI,Dwarka.

ensured they carried on the good work of their predecessors. In a country minting millionaires,s rise and slump could hold the most valuable lesson yet for young India, Riddhant Sangamnerkar scored in the 28th minute to equalise at 2-2,in their last league match of the Bishop? Das drove Steyn to take Bangladesh past South Africa’s first innings total and then hit JP Duminy a boundary past cover to help Bangladesh surpass their previous highest score 259 runs against South Africa.sources said. 2013 4:20 am Related News Elections in the 12 municipalities,Mekhligunj.

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