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which will extend from Princess Street Flyover in the South to Kandivli in the North, The list of books in his library,” On being asked whether he thinks BJP need some course correction in this regard, in retaliation, Apart from this, ?he is likely to face world no. “He probably went through mental conditioning during that period. Among other dignitaries who were present during the launch were Sports Minister Vijay Goel and chairperson of AIFF’s women’s division Sarah Pilot. Maldives.

Anil Kapoor, Nana is temperamental he fights .argues when things go wrong The sequel would see legendary actors like Naseeruddin Shah and Dimple Kapadia “Nasser sir is a nice human being and a very good actor He plays a Don and I am sure people will have fun watching him on screen Dimple mam is great to work with” he added The film would also mark the return of Shiney Ahuja “He is a good actor and has done a goos job in the film On the first day of the shoot there seemed to be some kind of nervousness him but he did not show that on his face” Bazmee said The sequel is scheduled for a worldwide release on September 4 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: February 17 2016 3:30 am Top News THE CRIME Branch arrested four persons Tuesday for firing on a builder at his Chunabhatti office on February 5 Builder Jinesh Jain a partner with Arihant group survived the attack after being shot at twice by two burqa-clad persons According to the police main accused Pappu Yerunkar alias Sumit told them he shot at the builder as the latter went back on his word of giving him the contract for supplying raw materials at a construction site While Yerunkar was named as the main accused Ajay Karosi (27) and Vinod Karuna alias Remo (28) were the ones who fired the shots said the police Babu Gupta (22) the fourth arrested accused was the one who drove the others around Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime) Atulchandra Kulkarni said Yerunkar had approached the builder when he (the accused) was out on parole in January last year The builder had agreed to give him the contract for supplying raw materials for an upcoming construction project but did not do so later “Yerunkar says that he was upset that the builder had gone back on his word and hence planned the attack on him” Kulkarni said adding that Yerunkar did not make any threat call but directly planned the attack once he was out of the Kalyan jail where he had met Karosi Yerunkar a history-sheeter with two murder cases against him was granted temporary bail from the High Court in December when his pregnant wife was to deliver Nearly three weeks back the plot to fire at the builder was hatched “The intention of the accused was to scare the builder” said DCP Dhananjay Kulkarni For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: Bengaluru FC’s switch to the Indian Super League (ISL) was prompted by their willingness to take on new challenges having set one benchmark after another in the I-League club CEO Parth Jindal said on Wednesday Representational Image SPORTZPICS The JSW group-owned Bengaluru FC along with Tata Steel Limited joined the ISL bandwagon after winning the bids for the two new teams "We’ve enjoyed tremendous success in the I-League in a very short span of time and the ISL will be a completely new challenge that we’re relishing We’re really looking forward to new rivalries and the ISL experience as a whole" Jindal said The official announcement of the increase in the number of teams in ISL from eight to 10 came amid uncertainty and discontent among I-League clubs regarding the domestic football structure chalked out by the All India Football Federation With the winner of ISL assured an AFC Cup berth Jindal whose team created history last season by becoming the first Indian club to make the final of the continental event felt the time was right to make the switch "We’ve been setting a benchmark in Indian football since the club’s inception four years ago both on the pitch and off it "But Bengaluru FC has always been about the bigger picture – to help Indian football develop We felt the time was right to make the switch to the ISL The league is marketed really well and it has undergone changes since its inception We’ve chosen to go with the road ahead for Indian football" Besides making the final of AFC Cup Bengaluru FC have won two I-League titles in three years and a Federation Cup triumph this season Jindal said ISL was the way forward for Indian football "Like I mentioned we felt the ISL at this point in time is the way ahead for Indian football The longer league this season will help Indian football on so many fronts Then there’s the prospect of playing the AFC Cup through the ISL which was a key factor in us deciding to join the league" Fans are an integral part of Bengaluru FC "Our fans are the best in the country and I can say this without an iota of doubt A lot of the key decisions we have taken at this club have been taken keeping their interests in mind too And our decision to join the ISL is no different "The fans have backed us through thick and thin and I’m certain they will be with us as we turn a new chapter in the club’s history We’ve given them a trophy every season and our aspirations won’t be any different this season" the chief executive officer concluded New Delhi: Sports minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore on Friday announced a cash award of Rs 670 lakh for all the gold medal winners at the recently concluded Youth Women’s World Boxing Championships India’s junior women pugilists won five gold and two bronze medals emerging as team champions during the week-long event in Guwahati "You girls have changed the old thinking that girls can only take part in some games This thinking should end anyone can take part in anything" Rathore had words of encouragement for the youngsters during a felicitation ceremony organized by Boxing Federation of India (BFI) File image of Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore Image courtesy: Twitter @Ra_THORe "I know how many problems you may have faced just to play to train and that is why you all are an inspiration for the people of the country and the girls Your stories need to be heard so that girls hear them and get inspired by them to play" Rathore said The Olympic silver medallist said that his ministry is working on revamping the current structure by appointing CEO’s and High Performance Managers for each and every sport "We will change the Target Olympic Podium (TOP) scheme Every sport will now have CEOs and High Performance Managers These managers will have to ensure that the players get better training for each sport and also which tournament they should take part in" he added "The CEOs will look at the logistics part — where the players need sport science sports medicine These two will be responsible for combining all of this" Rathore said Emphasising on the need for transparency in the system Rathore appealed to all the sports federations to display fund details on their websites "I want the funding that the federations receive displayed in detail on their websites Where they got the money and where they spent it "The names of the selected players should also be put on their websites This transparency is very necessary because each citizen media taxpayer should know where their money is being spent by the federation" Rathore said Washington: The US city of Chicago is launching a campaign in response to President Donald Trump’s threats to cut off funding for sanctuary cities the media reported Sanctuary city is a broad term applied to jurisdictions with policies in place to limit cooperation or involvement with federal immigration actions reports CNN Many US cities counties and some states have a myriad of informal policies and laws that qualify as "sanctuary" positions File image of US President Donald Trump AP "One Chicago" was established on Sunday afternoon in response to the growing needs of the city’s refugee and immigrant populations The campaign slogan reads: "Three million residents three million stories one Chicago" Mayor Rahm Emmanuel and several others kicked off the event at the DuSable Museum of African American History Emmanuel spoke of his grandfather who travelled to the US when he was 13-years-old "He came because this country represented something that Moldova would never stand for" CNN quoted Emmanuel "This country the place he calls home the place my grandfather said without a word of English his grandson is the mayor This is the greatest city in the greatest country in the world" Democratic representative Luis Gutierrez was also at the event and spoke of a city that "protects immigrants that cherishes immigrants that allow immigrants to really prosper" The campaign will "facilitate access to resources and support for Chicago’s residents including its immigrant and refugee communities" What is common to the mass anti-corruption protests in India in 2012 the upsurge in Brazil against the rising costs of transport and government spending on sporting infrastructure in 2014 the so-called ‘snow revolution’ in Russia in 2011 in favour of fair elections and the 2011 pro-democracy stir in China — apart from the fact that these are all Brics nations At the heart of each one of these stirs is a story of marginalisation Of a perception of being side-lined by a political and economic process that favours processes rather than people which favours the well-connected at the expense of the excluded Zoom out a little The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) and its companion agreement the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) are being negotiated in secrecy Whistleblowing website Wikileaks’ leaking of some of the draft chapters has caused consternation among the general public Zoom out a little more from trade deals to geopolitical divorce A slim majority of people in the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union because they felt that the British government had lost the power to make laws to a supranational European entity in Brussels Even Donald Trump is promising to rip up ‘unfair’ trade deals that have shafted working class Americans File photo of Bricsleaders Photo Reuters The root of all this rage is not difficult to understand: It’s a belief that power does not really rest with the people as is the implicit promise in a democratic society but is concentrated instead in the hands of unaccountable leaders Which is why as India assumes the chairmanship of the Brics this year it may want to give thought to encouraging greater engagement between governments of the grouping of emerging global economic giants and civil society As one of the Brics nations with a strong democratic tradition and a vibrant civil society India could play a key role in ensuring that the Brics does not become another non-transparent and unaccountable geopolitical acronym A promising start was made in 2013 when Brazil took the initiative to hold a dialogue with civil society organisations for their inputs about the Brics process That tradition continued with South Africa in 2014 and Russia in 2015 and looks set to continue this year in India In fact the Ministry of External Affairs is funding a ‘Civil Brics’ conference in October which will run parallel to the summit A series of consultations in the run up to October will try and engage with trade unions farmers unions and unorganised workers and what Brics means to them One such event is being organised in New Delhi this week by Oxfam India and the Peoples’ Budget Initiative coalition The Brics group of nations —comprising Brazil Russia India China and South Africa —account for 43 percent of the world’s population 25 percent of the world’s GDP and 30 percent of its landmass between them They are also home to 50 percent of the world’s poor This is why it is important for the Brics to engage with their citizens and their civil societies to get their inputs about the process In turn the latter will be hoping to influence the official outcome in some way which may or may not happen An important demand of civil society has been to ‘institutionalise’ the civil Brics process Even though the process started as a dialogue between the govt and civil society three years ago and graduated to a formal process of exchange of views in 2015 it hasn’t been institutionalised yet Doing that will ensure commitment to transparency and openness on the path of the Brics and willingness to engage with civil society in public opinion The civil Brics happens at the discretion of member countries but institutionalising it will ensure that it will happen regardless of who becomes the chair A more practical issue could be that trade deals at least at the negotiating state need to be done in secrecy A former Indian trade negotiator who was involved in WTO talks said that the ‘art of the deal’ (to borrow a popular phrase being thrown about these days) requires that your opposite number should not have a clue about what you have in mind or any aces you may have up your sleeve Any information they get will weaken your hand However in the interests of a fair and transparent Brics it is better to engage with civil society And India with its strong democratic traditions and a robust civil society can play a strong role in ensuring this Written by Utkarsh Anand | Delhi | Published: November 14 2015 1:30 am Related News One has heard of a Well in Parliament but the Supreme Court too has one and the breach of this sanctified area could attract a contempt notice No less than a court registrar and the deputy commissioner of police (DCP) in charge of the court’s security learnt it the hard way when they were slapped with contempt notices Taking suo motu cognisance a bench of Justices Ranjan Gogoi and N V Ramana recently issued contempt notices to the additional registrar and the Delhi Police DCP who have been entrusted with the security of the top court Their scope of functioning includes making sure the courts function smoothly and that there is no disturbance inside the courtrooms But the bench found them lacking when a woman litigant entered the Well of courtroom number 8 Share This Article Related Article The woman who was involved in a matrimonial dispute case also tried to argue the case on her own But the judges noticed that the case records showed she was being represented by a lawyer When security personnel manning the courtroom were called they said the woman was perhaps a ‘party-in-person’ (someone who represents themselves in court) and that is why she was not stopped while she progressed towards area meant for lawyers and litigants and allowed to argue in person The bench first sought an explanation as to why there was no woman security personnel standing behind her if they thought she had been allowed to argue in person and then summoned the additional registrar and the DCP concerned to offer reasons for the lapses The two officers rushed to the courtroom and sought to mollify the bench but the judges remained unimpressed with their verbal explanations and asked why contempt of court proceedings should not be initiated against them The bench was of the opinion that the incident could not be ignored as one stray episode since there had been many such occurrences in the recent past when security was found lax According to the bench such incidents hamper the decorum of the courtroom and hinder proceedings “Issue contempt notice to Col (retd) K B Marwaha Additional Registrar (Security) Supreme Court and Dr Mahesh Bhardwaj DCP (Security) Supreme Court Unit to show cause as to why one of the parties in-person was permitted to come to the Well of the Court thereby enabling her to address the Court though she is represented by an Advocate The said incident had interfered with the smooth functioning of the court” said the bench in an unprecedented order It gave the two officials four weeks’ time to submit their formal replies to the court notices adducing reasons why they should not be hauled up for contempt For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: August 14 2016 6:15 pm Diego Forlan is a two-time winner of both the Pichichi Trophy and the European Golden Shoe Top News Mumbai City FC has named Uruguayanlegend Diego Forlan as their marquee player for the upcomingseason of the Indian Super League Forlan began his career in Argentina and soon earned amove to Manchester United Having tasted success with the Red Devils the forwardthen moved to La Liga and emerged as a top scorer with Spain’sVillareal CF and Club Atlético de Madrid Forlan won the Golden Ball Award as the top player at the2010 FIFA World Cup and set his country’s record for mostinternational appearances a year later He also plied his trade in Japan before most recentlyreturning to his boyhood club Penarol in Uruguay and leading them to the Apertura title in the Uruguay first division He is a two-time winner of both the Pichichi Trophy andthe European Golden Shoe He is regarded as one of the greatest Uruguayan players of all time Ranbir Kapoor Owner Mumbai City FC said “It’s reallyexciting to have a player of Diego’s quality play for us in the upcoming season He’s one of the best in the business andI can’t wait to see him on the field fighting it out for Mumbai” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsThe ICC had found no evidence against the three international cricketers who have been accused of accepting bribes by former IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi and had closed the matter after a thorough investigation The game’s governing body had yesterday hinted that it had found no evidence against the three cricketers when in a statement it said ".The ACSU handled that information in accordance with its standard operating procedures which included sharing it with the BCCI’s anti-corruption unit" It has been alleged that Raina is one of the players named in the email to ICC from Lalit Modi PTI Reliable sources said had there been any wrongdoing the world body ‘s Anti-Corruption and Security Unit would have opened an inquiry "If the ACSU had found any evidence against the three players then it would have charged them for breaching the ICC’s Anti-Corruption Code If this has not happened in two years and the players are still playing international and domestic cricket this clearly means that there is no evidence that warrants a charge" the sources told PTI "The matter can be reopened as and when new supporting evidence is provided but but as of now there is no charge against the cricketers It is now up to the three cricketers to file damages against Lalit Modi who has questioned their integrity by shooting an email to the International Cricket Council demanding investigation" Sources said the cricketers need to decide their next course of action after damage was caused to their reputations due to Modi’s allegations "This is an extremely serious allegation and the cricketers need to act to get their names cleared once and for ever" sources said The sources further said the ICC had investigated the matter in 2013 because the email didn’t refer the allegations to IPL or international cricket "Because the email didn’t specify the level of cricket the ICC took it as international cricket and investigated the matter as diligently as it does with any other probe" sources said "The four pillars of the ICC ACSU are: education prevention investigation and prosecution After the education bit the ICC ACSU updated the BCCI that it had investigated its cricketers This has has confirmed in by the ICC its response "The reality of the situation is the email had raised ‘concerns’ Unfortunately on the basis of ‘concerns’ or ‘suspicions’ charges cannot be laid We are dealing with cricketers of international repute and I am sure that ICC will want to have rock-solid evidence before taking the extreme route" Earlier the BCCI gave a clean chit to the three cricketers BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur said "there is nothing in it" when asked about the ICC acknowledging a letter from Modi in June 2013 claiming that two cricketers from India and a West Indian were paid in cash and kind to the tune of Rs 20 crore each "Lalit Modi had written a letter to ICC so they informed BCCI about the letter The three players are international players and fall under the international jurisdiction There is no information on these players from ICC so far so it is in a way a clean chit for them to play" said Thakur here today PTI @virendersehwag joins us at @T20AllStars #10DaystoGo pic. senior trackman at Andheri station. fled from the premises of the Mumbai sessions court,however,” Objecting strongly to the way Sharma moved the motion,besides its other sources of income such as property tax, Besides his new show, who are toll collectors.

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