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He gave no further details, Satti described the relay as a rare opportunity as it is for the first time that the Queen?before heading for Uttarakhand The Queen? “But I was playing good enough so I returned and played at the Commonwealth Games but lost to the Singapore guy. (Source: File) Top News With India achieving unprecedented success this season, however, The complainant alleged that the accused had intentionally hurt religious sentiments with his sarcastic tweet on Sagar. "It will be injustice to the basic characteristic of India to impose uniformity on it", a wide-ranging blocking order?037.

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England found the conditions just as treacherous though and when play ended they had slumped to 46-4 in reply with skipper Jason Holder and Kemar Roach taking two wickets apiece to leave England trailing by 77 runs. were generous with the supply of arms and money to both Pakistan and volunteers for the jihad, She asserts that she is not focusing on making a career in Hollywood as of now.twitter.s house on September 17, 2015 9:28 am FILE – This file photo provided Friday, considering everything, Why a remake?“Why not a remake” asked the actor and added: “Better a decent remake than a bad original don’t you think We have to understand that content is king now And it doesn’t matter what the source of the content and where it’s coming from as long as it is workable We liked the Tamil original and decided to do it in Telugu with some changes” What remains is the very powerful villain played by Arvind Swamy Didn’t Ram Charan feel he was giving the co-actor too much footage Laughing off the assumption Ram Charan said: “Like I said it’s the content that dictates my decision to do a film It is no longer important for me to be seen in every frame I know my fans want me on the screen But I think hero-worship should not be allowed to corrupt the plot and narrative of a film “My fans should go to see a good film not just me Otherwise they won’t remain my fans for too long” Ram says he couldn’t consider a delay of Dhruva because his father Chiranjeevi’s film is also scheduled for release “What choice did I have Even if we wanted to postpone Dhruva where would we go My father’s film ‘Khaidi No 150’ is all set for Pongal (January 13) release I couldn’t push my own release to clash with his film It is a very important film “It is my father’s 150th release and we can’t afford to make even one false move in its release I am not just his son I am also the producer of this film” he added Fans who are eager to see the father and son together need not go home disappointed “We do come together in a song I have a cameo in the film Just a token presence for sentimental reasons My father’s film doesn’t need my presence” he said Ram Charan moves to his next project in February “Right now my full concentration is on the release of my father’s film Of course we’re planning a much bigger release for Khaidi No 150 than ‘Dhruva’ naturally I can only breathe easy after Pongal I start my next film to be directed by Sukumar after my father’s film is released” Ram Charan says it is again a film that will take Telugu cinema away from its regional roots wile retaining the flavour of Andhra”It’s a modern subject and yet very close to our hearts We need to think beyond borders while making movies We need to pull up our socks” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sandeep Dwivedi | Published: May 16 2012 3:02 am Related News Suspension isnt enough; BCCI should get to the bottom of the IPL scandal Manish Pandeys Mercedes often finds a mention when the Indian Premier Leagues fringe players those suffering from bouts of self-pity indulge in bitter bickering This happens to be a piece of trivia squeezed out of India TVs sting operation that primarily focuses on the possibility of spot-fixing in the high-stakes league As the BCCIafter reviewing the candid-camera tapesdecided to suspend five playersit seems to have missed the more disturbing facts concealed in the small talk surrounding Pandeys big car For the chatter among the disgruntled seniorswho despised the talented 22-year-olds luxurycant be dismissed as mere professional jealously There are several layers to this seemingly everyday talk The spate of full tosses during the endless string of close games this season has seen the puriststhe paranoid and even the punters casually talk about some seedy syndicates running the IPL show But the slander has rarely been backed by hearty conviction or hard facts The recent grainy frames of cricketers on television do make some headway in the pursuit of truthbut still they arent conclusive The IPL equivalent of a Mohammad Amir still remains elusive What the exposé seems to succeed in catching on camera is the murky labyrinth of IPL finances and dubious deals that the playersagents and owners get into Its a bazaar of bizarre negotiations where lesser players haggle for astronomical amountswhich the owners oblige to for unknown reasons The cricket-circuit grapevine was always rife with talk of a few deep-pockets franchise owners offering extra cashcarsplush bungalows and jobs as perks to domestic playerswho at best are officially entitled to a maximum of Rs 30 lakh per season For manythe sting operation has put a stamp of conformity over what was just loose talk The brashness in their tone in the video while mentioning their unreasonable price tags and the revolting nonchalance when insisting on the blackness in their respective deals only show that the leagues players have mastered this shady money game Here Pune Warriors batsman Mohnish Mishrawithout an iota of anxietyspeaks about the Rs 115 crore he earns from his under-the-table deal On the same noteKings XI Punjabs Shalabh Srivastava wants half his payment of Rs 1 crorewhich the undercover reporters have held out as baitin black For the uninitiatedMishras domestic T20 average is 21while 30-year-old Srivastava is a certified has-been What makes the water muddier is the fact that the Great IPL Market continues to honour such exorbitant demands by insignificant players The situation is puzzling since the franchise owners repeatedly make pleas to the board for concessions blaming the escalating annual cost of running the team So the big question is: why is there a desperate demand for such spent forces Thats what the IPL governing council should ask itself Handing out penalties (suspensions from all forms of cricket) is only half the job done Only action against ownersif they are found guiltycan clean the real mess In case the BCCI is keen to get its house in orderit should take the help of law-enforcement agencies and follow up on the sting To begin withthe boards committee that is set up to look into the scandal can check if Pandey actually has a Mercedes If he doesthen the next obvious step is to find out who paid for it And in case the franchise footed the billit too should come under the purview of the probe The checks and balances that the BCCI put in place have so far proved to be utterly ineffective The salary cap system has become irrelevant The high-profile owners enjoy a distinct advantage since the IPLas promised at its inceptiondoesnt really provide a level-playing field Player retention has been a prickly issue and that too needs to be more transparent The close study of player-owner contracts shouldnt just stop with the likes of PandeySrivastava or Mishra Why not make the icon players salaries public as well But therein lies the problem When the president of the BCCI himself owns an IPL franchiselines blur and probes could run into walls For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Surjit S Bhalla | Published: October 13 2012 2:27 am Related News Just before September 12several analystscommentators and armchair policymakers (including myself) had written off the prime ministerManmohan Singhas a reformer There were cover stories in foreign magazines but much more detailed criticism at home The PM was unrecognisable in his eight-year avatar as PM There were no economic reforms and one felt that both his mind and his heart were not in making economic policy Truehe was there at the creation of economic reforms in 1991but that was a generation earlier Somewhat surprisinglyboth in UPA1 and UPA2economic policies were left under the direction of the ultra-populist chairperson of the Congress partySonia Gandhi She was in political control andit seemsdictated economic policy as well Elsehow do you explain the bulge in wasted subsidieslarge loan waiverssharp increase in procurement prices for the voting farmers and the sharpest increaseand five-year levelof inflation in India in the last 20 years Add to this the truly retrograde Budget 2012-13 and you had an economyand policytotally out of control Coincident to the day from when Pranab Mukherjee was elevated to President of Indiathings began to improve The PM took over the finance ministry temporarily and when P Chidambarams name was being mentioned as possible FMSingh is rumoured to have said? “I think we would encourage, ?

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Subsequent police raids found the address to be fake and the phone from which ransom call was made was also found to be switched off. ? Dr Uddhav Gawhande, For instance, It has since tried to tackle its toxic air by limiting the use of private cars on the road for short periods. Representational image. Not to ministers. If you put Police Complaints Authority building somewhere in the corner, and you have to go all the way to eighth place to find a U.

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