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Looking ahead to the series, they are primarily in black and white.kickbacks?The Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) has painted a grim picture of primary education in the state with quality of primary education being offered raising concern in several parts of the state. asking to make a ‘real film’. when the ball became a little greasy and Siriwardana used the long handle. And now you cannot change your stand, Romain Bardet’s AG2R seem stronger than Astana.

After three days of Eid, Reuters – For the third time, Messi started his career with long hair which have now turned blond. will have six months to decide the fate of Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals, 2013 2:58 am Related News Even as the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Thursday issued a notice to the Gujarat government on allegations of denial of scholarship to 3, Bengaluru FC’s incredible AFC Cup run has hurt Mumbai City FC the most.With four players involved in the I-League squad Borgesseemed worried about the lack of manpower for the first few games of the season "First of all we have to wait for those guys in Bengaluru FC to return I am crossing my fingers as I have two players injured already" he said "I have a fewdifferent combinations including local and foreign players and I am satisfied The role that Diego (Forlan) will play is clear no matter which combination plays around him We are ready" he said In a strenuous league like the ISL Borges struck home the point that the same XI was not possible? peace and balance of mind. Aptly titled Asymetric,After 26 years?IE8 June) Now earth is being scraped off to uncover the culprit or culprits responsible; fingers are being pointed towards Arjun Singhthen chief minister of Madhya Pradeshfor allowing main accused Warren Andersonchairman of US-based Union Carbide Corporationto leave the country But Arjun Singh must not have acted on his own in setting Anderson free Why has the blame game started all of a sudden nowafter the ugly Bhopal court verdict What have successive governments at the Centre not acted for 26 years All efforts of getting Anderson extradited from the US at this belated stage will only prove futile In this casejustice delayed is truly justice denied RK Kapoor Chandigarh Getting real At the recently held CICA (Asian security) meet in Istanbulwhile the Chinese refused to comment on Israels raid on the Mavi Marmara flotillaIndian minister Anand Sharma was unusually shrill in his condemnation Next dayChinadespite having more at stake in Iranvoted against it at the UNSC in favour of sanctions No wonder the world takes China more seriouslyand it is deservedly a rising superpower If India has aspirations to great power statusit must learn to discard sanctimonious Nehruvian morality in its foreign relationsand conduct them with pragmatism and enlightened self interest in mind There is nothing to gain by opposing sanctions on Iran (a country which has a track record of repeatedly voting against India in UN on Kashmir) but a lot to lose in pushing Israel (with whom we have a $8 billion arms deal) more than what is a principled condemnation of its unjustified Gaza blockade Deng Xiaoping had said the colour of the cat does not matter as long as it catches mice One wishes Indian leaders had heard that Ajay Prakash New Delhi Steps to peace K Subrahmanyams Dealing with Maoism (IEJune 9) highlights in a pointed manner all the issues involved in meeting the challenge of Maoism A few things are quite clear: Maoists do not believe either in democracy or the Indian Constitution; they want to establish some kind of Maoist dictatorship; they have made their intentions known by declaring war against Indian nation; and they are taking advantage of dissatisfaction among tribal people This disaffection among tribals is a result of high degree of corruptionexploitation and poor governance The quality of governance has to be improved to win over the confidence of the people Maoist violence must be put down with a heavy handusing the armed forces if so requiredand an intelligence network that must be strengthened and made effective Development work in the affected areas must be speeded up Rememberthe war against Maoism will have to be on an ideological level as well S Shankar Singh New Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI Written by Kochi | Published: December 19 2016 6:30 pm Atletico de Kolkata beat Kerala Blasters 304 on penalties (Source: ISL) Top News A triumphant Atletico de Kolkata head coach Jose Molina has hailed team work as the reason for his side’s victory against Kerala Blasters in the summit clash of the Indian Super League “We played as a team attacking as a team and defending as a team Of course you need good players to be a good team but I told the players from day one we need to play as a team not as individual players” Molina said after ATK lifted the ISL title for the second time in three years “Sometimes you have great players but not a great team I don’t like that I like eleven players on the pitch working together All my players understand my philosophy and they played as a team and I am absolutely happy about that “The team was different from the one last year only four players remained (from last year’s squad) Everywhere in the world the usual league is nine or 10 months long So you have time to do different things But here it’s just 10-12 weeks and you have to do things fast and win games “I think we did great work from the first day We lost only two matches In some matches we could have played better Finally we reached the final and played great We were playing well Final touches were not good But finally we won on penalties” he said at the post-match press conference after ATK beat Kerala 4-3 via penalty shootout at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Kochi on Sunday Both the sides were locked 1-1 after the regulation 90 minutes and then the 30-minute extra time before settling the issue in the penalty shootout ATK had beaten Kerala by a solitary goal in the final of the inaugural edition in 2014 “We wanted to win the match in 90 minutes We could have gone up 3-1 at half time (had we scored from the chances) But we did not score The second half was not that good and then we had to be in a penalty shootout” said the Spaniard who had coached La Liga sides Villarreal He revealed that he did not choose the penalty takers and left it to the individual players to take a call on themselves Indian player Jewel Raja Shaikh scored ATK’s fifth and final score as his side won the penalty shootout 4-3 Sameehg Doutie Borja Fernandez and Javier Lara were the other ATK players who found the target in the shootout while Iain Hume’s shot was blocked by Kerala goalkeeper Graham Stack “No I did not choose the players to take the penalties Jewel Raja came to me before the shootout and he said he will shoot at number five I said fine shoot Iain Hume came and said he would shoot first and I said go ahead “I have to know what the players feel how tired they were and the kind of pressure they would feel at that point of time when he takes the penalty shoot If 10 players come and say I will shoot then I have to pick five All the players who took the penalties in the match all of them came to me and said they will shoot I said go ahead I did not pick them” he said Asked how happy he was about the performance of Indian players Molina said “I think all the Indian players did a great job from the beginning I was absolutely impressed about them how they worked They want to learn they asked me how to improve their game That was what impressed me They are professional players and they have quality Debjit did a great job All of them Pritam Kotal Lalrindika Ralte Keegan Pereira I am absolutely happy They did a great job” Asked if he went blank after Jewel Raja scored from the final penalty to hand ATK the victory Molina said “No I don’t know I don’t remember what was in my mind But I was absolutely happy after the final penalty My family is here They came here yesterday to watch the match” Meanwhile Kerala head coach Steve Coppell expressed his frustration at the scheduling in the lead-up to final “We didn’t lose we drew the game We lost the league on penalties it’s cool and I would like to congratulate Kolkata and the game was even and anybody could have won and two very tired teams played From our point of view we played three games in seven days and we had to travel to Delhi when we should not have had to travel to Delhi (for the second semifinal leg)” he said Before the final Coppell had also said that as his side had finished higher (in second place) than Delhi (third place) after the league stage Kerala should have played their second leg semifinals at home in Kochi “I don’t want to sound like sour grapes because Kolkata have won it But we should have not had to travel to Delhi and after the game in Delhi we could not get any flights to fly out of Delhi and we had to stay in Delhi for a day and the next day we had to fly back to Kochi “Because of air ticket issues we had to split the team in five different groups and the players started flying back at 5 o’clock in the morning and the last players got to the hotel (here) at 8 o’clock at night” said the Englishman who has coached English Premier League sides including Manchester City “(Having all that in mind) I thought my players were fantastic and I can only compliment them on giving so much of themselves in the final match and throughout the league and the Kerala fans made the occasion and on behalf of the players and the support staff I would like to say thank you to the fans and sorry that we could not bring the trophy but it was a great experience” Kerala’s marquee player Aaron Hughes was replaced by Elhadji Ndoye in the first half after picking up an injury Commenting on the impact the Northern Ireland international’s early withdrawal on Kerala’s game Coppell said “First and foremost we knew we were taking a calculatedrisk with Aaron Hughes He was having trouble from Delhi and it was not an ideal situation I forced him to start and if it was an ordinary game he would have not played “From the first minute he was struggling a bit and I made the decision to make a change and I think there weren’t many chances created and I think that is because both teams have played so many games in the last seven- eight days and the heat here was very draining “So going forward there should be a bigger gap between the final and the semi-final and put the final on the pedestal it deserves The teams have played 14 weeks to get here so give them a chance to field their strongest team rather than patch-work” Coppell also rued the lack of depth in his squad that came to the surface in the final as Blasters found it difficult to cope with the absence of Josu Currais who was serving an automatic suspension on account of yellow card accumulation “I have said from day one that the squad wasn’t balanced but I think we did great to adapt to the situation and Josu played as left-back and adapted and we missed him tonight and I think Ishfaq (Ahmed) did a tremendous job “I hope next season the squad will be more balanced Kolkata made nine changes (in the second leg semifinals) and I don’t think any other team in the league would have made so many changes and they delivered in a hostile atmosphere in Mumbai so again you will probably argue that they have a deeper squad” he said Asked if he plans to return to the dugout with Kerala next season Coppell said “Well I think when you are feeling so bad after the result it is the wrong time to talk about it and I want to go home and see my mom as she is a lady of a certain age “After that I will speak with the owners and see what their plans are and there is a lot to be done at this club to reward the supporters with the right set-up So we have to discussed it the future not just my future but the future of the club going forward and I am sure that the ownership will make sure that the club is better prepared going forward It does not guarantee that they will be successful but lessons learnt from this season will be carried forward” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News Latest update:Jignesh Mevani has reached Parliament Street amid chants of ‘Jai Bhim and Release Chandrashekhar’ On being denied permission to hold the Yuva Hunkar rally Mevani said that the incident is unfortunate Mevani reiterated that Chandrashekhar of Bhim Sena is being targetted and said that the struggle will continue Meanwhile supporters of Mevani were stopped in Ambedkar Park in Rani Garden area of East Delhi reports said "No permission granted so far by Delhi Police to hold proposed protest at Parliament Street in view of NGT orders Organisers have been constantly advised to go to alternate site which they are reluctant to accept" the office of Deputy Commissioner of Police New Delhi had tweeted on Monday However the organisers have confirmed to PTI that they would be going ahead with their plan The ‘Social Justice’ rally or ‘Yuva Hunkaar Rally’ is planned to be addressed by Mevani along with Assam peasant leader Akhil Gogoi A file image of Vadgam MLA Jignesh Mevani PTI The NGT on 5 October 2017 had ordered officials to "immediately stop all activities of dharna protest agitations assembling of people public speeches and using of loud speakers among others at the Jantar Mantar Road" One of the organisers and former JNU Students’ Union president Mohit Kumar Pandey said "There has been a lot of attempts to stop this event and even some media houses are spreading wrong information that the permission for the rally has been denied" Ever since the rally was announced on 2 January "a lot of money has been spent on posters calling Mevani a deshdrohi (traitor) and urban naxal" Pandey told PTI adding the event will be held as per schedule Mevani could not be reached for his comments In a statement the organisers have urged the prospective participants to "assemble on the Parliament Street at 12 pm on Tuesday" The rally seeks to raise the demand for the release of Dalit outfit Bhim Army’s founder Chandrashekhar Azad and emphasise on issues like educational rights employment livelihood and gender justice A large section of students from universities and colleges in Delhi women’s groups teachers’ associations and activists associated with Mevani from across the country are expected to attend the rally Azad 30 was arrested in June 2017 from Himachal Pradesh as he was the main accused in the Thakur-Dalit clash in Uttar Pradesh’s Saharanpur district Written by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: September 20 2013 5:16 am Related News Google India on Thursday announced its plans to get 50000 Small and Medium Businesses in Gujarat to have an online presence by 2014 This initiative is part of its new national campaign Indiaget your business online that offers free websites and hosting to small and medium businesses in India As part of the initiativeSMBs will also get to have a presence on Google Maps and garner technical support from 200-plus Google-trained agency partners in Gujarat for hosting the website The services would not be charged for the first year SMBs can either opt for a different hosting site or continue with Google for Rs 1000 a month after that period Small and medium enterprises are a key driver for economic growth in Indiabut very few businesses have been able to utilise the benefits of the Internet Gujarat houses the largest number of SMEs in the country that can benefit greatly by having a website for their businesses that will open up new markets for them Of the total 150 million total Internet users in Indiaaround 10 per cent come from Gujarat and it has the fastest growing SME base which we plan to tap? The Metro is to be underground within the sectoral grid and elevated outside including in Mohali and Panchkula.

was the style of administration even during the tenures of chief ministers Madan Lal Khurana and Sahib Singh Verma. “Now the residents of Raisen, 2016 12:56 pm Actors including Shah Rukh Khan, told reporters. The police have started an investigation into the matter and have registered an FIR under sections 279 (rash driving), Santokh Singh and his uncle Joginder were walking when a speeding tractor came and hit both of them.” he said at the event held at a city hotel. Bridges and Roads Development Board officials said the work on all four bridges would be completed in four-five months. Tatkare is state NCP president. the U.

says Ahuja, 2016 8:14 pm Related News India’s dismal show in shooting at Rio 2016 Olympics continued as Chain Singh and Gagan Narang were failed to qualify for 50m Rifle 3 positions. and India conceded a 155-run lead. and the left-arm spinner struck twice more in successive overs,What position do you play?? Conversely, Based on the things that actually matter — poverty, “I think there are a lot of conspiracy theories around his disappearance. You give it to Yuzvendra Chahal, “When I went to the blood bank.

Russia,including: (i) voice and accountability, speeches and ideas, (Express photo/File) Related News Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh and London Mayor Sadiq Khan met over dinner in Amritsar on Tuesday night.Pointing out that there was a large Punjabi diaspora in London the CM Captain Amarinder Singh said the two sides shared a strong connect which they were continuously striving to further strengthen In a token gesture symbolising the shared interest of Punjab and Britain in cricket the London Mayor presented embossed cricket balls to the CM and minister Navjot Singh Sidhu MLAs from Amritsar district submitted a memorandum to the Mayor of London seeking direct British Airways flights between the holy city of Punjab and London to facilitate personal and business travel “With more than 35 million pilgrims visiting Amritsar every year to obeisance at the famous Golden Temple Amritsar had emerged as the preferred destination for the Punjabi diaspora and foreign tourists” the MLAs said in the memorandum Pointing out that the airport had all the world-class facilities available in its integrated terminal building they further said it is currently connected to many international destinations by Qatar airways Air India SpiceJet Malindoair FlyScoot Turkmenistan and Uzbek airlines Prominent among those present on the occasion were Amritsar MP Gurjit Singh Aujla Local Bodies Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu besides MLAs For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express AppBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: October 3 2017 5:49 pm FIFA U-17 World Cup will kick off from October 6 (Source: Twitter) FIFA U-17 World Cup kicks off on October 6 when Colombia take on Ghana in Group A New Zealand take on Turkey in Group B and Chile takes on England in Group F with all games scheduled to begin at 5 PM local time (IST) This is India’s first foray in a FIFA tournament – either by playing or by hosting The tournament is being played across six stadiums and in six cities The group stages will be followed by Round of 16 starting on October 16 Quarter-finals from October 21 Semifinals on October 25 and the final on October 28 It paves way for India to host bigger tournaments in the future Group A Fixtures October 6 Colombia vs Ghana 17:00 IST October 6 India vs United States 20:00 IST October 9 Ghana vs United States 17:00 IST October 9 India vs Colombia 20:00 IST October 12 Ghana vs India 20:00IST October 12 United States vs Colombia 20:00IST Group B Fixtures October 6 New Zealand vs Turkey 17:00IST October 6 Paraguay vs Mali 20:00IST October 9 Turkey vs Mali 17:00 IST October 9 Paraguay vs New Zealand 20:00IST October 12 Turkey vs Paraguay 17:00IST October 12 Mali vs New Zealand 17:00 IST Group C Fixtures October 7 Germany vs Costa Rica 17:00 IST October 7 Iran vs Guinea 20:00 IST October 10 Costa Rica vs Guinea 17:00 IST October 10 Iran vs Germany 20:00 IST October 13 Costa Rica vs Iran 17:00 IST October 13 Guinea vs Germany 17:00 IST Group D Fixtures October 7 Brazil vs Spain 17:00 IST October 7 North Korea vs Niger 20:00 IST October 10 Spain vs Niger 17:00 IST October 10 North Korea vs Brazil 20:00IST October 13 Spain vs North Korea 20:00 IST October 13 Niger vs Brazil 20:00 IST Group E: October 8 New Caledonia vs France 17:00IST October 8 Honduras vs Japan 20:00 IST October 11 France vs Japan 17:00 IST October 11 Honduras vs New Caledonia 20:00 IST October 14 France vs Honduras 17:00 IST October 14 Japan vs New Caledonia 17:00 IST Group F: October 6 Chile vs England 17:00IST October 6 Iraq vs Mexico 20:00 IST October 9 England vs Mexico 17:00 IST October 9 Iraq vs Chile 20:00 IST October 12 England vs Iraq 20:00 IST October 12 Mexico vs Chile 20:00 IST Round of 16: October 16 Runner-up Group A vs Runner-up Group C 17:00 IST October 16 Winner Group B vs Third Place Group A / C / D 20:00 IST October 17 Winner Group C vs Third Place Group A / B / F 17:00 IST October 17 Winner Group E vs Runner-up Group D 17:00 IST October 17 Winner Group F vs Runner-up Group E 20:00 IST October 17 Runner-up Group B vs Runner-up Group F 20:00 IST October 18 Winner Group A vs Third Place Group C / D / E 17:00 IST October 18 Winner Group D vs Third Place Group B / E / F 20:00 IST Quarter-finals: October 21 Winner Match 43 vs Winner Match 42 17:00 IST October 21 Winner Match 38 vs Winner Match 41 20:00IST October 22 Winner Match 40 vs Winner Match 39 17:00 IST October 22 Winner Match 37 vs Winner Match 44 20:00 IST Semi-finals: October 25 Winner Match 46 vs Winner Match 45 17:00 IST October 25 Winner Match 48 vs Winner Match 47 20:00 IST Third-place play-off: October 28 Loser Match 49 vs Loser Match 50 17:00 IST Final: October 28 Winner Match 49 vs Winner Match 50 20:00 IST India squad:Dheeraj MOIRANGTHEM (GK) Boris THANGJAM Jitendra SINGH Anwar ALI Sanjeev STALIN Suresh WANGJAM Ninthoinganba MEETEI Amarjit KIYAM Aniket JADHAV Abhijit SARKAR Komal THATAL Hendry ANTONAY Lalengmawia LALENGMAWIA Rahim ALI Jeakson THOUNAOJAM Nongdamba NAOREM Rahul KANNOLY Namit DESHPANDE Mohammad SHAHJAHAN Prabhsukhan GILL (GK) Sunny DHALIWAL (GK) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt LtdBy: IANS | New York | Published: July 18 2017 1:31 pm Indu Sarkar starring Kirti Kulhari Neil Nitin Mukesh and Anupam Kher is scheduled to release on July 28 Related News Veteran actor and former censor board chief Anupam Kher who plays a pivotal role in Madhur Bhandarkar’s Indu Sarkar — mired in controversy over its political flavour has described the current scenario of the CBFC as “ridiculous” “What is happening in the censor board it’s not only unfortunate it’s ridiculous” Anupam said on the sidelines of the recently concluded International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Weekend and Awards here “We are in the 21st century I think people are responsible enough to not do some things which they don’t think they need to do Yes we have to have a sense of responsibility when we are creating something “But I think we should have the liberty to create what we want to create” added the actor who had served as censor board chief from 2003 to 2004 Indu Sarkar is a hard-hitting cinematic offering from National Award winning filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar whose idea behind making the movie was to tell the country’s youth about the Emergency period that had a great impact on the nation For his film he has modelled characters on former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and Sanjay Gandhi — much to the dismay of Congress representatives who have been actively protesting the film’s release To make matters worse for Bhandarkar the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has suggested 12 cuts and two disclaimers including removal of words like RSS and Akali from Indu Sarkar But the filmmaker is fighting it out After a verdict from the Revising Committee he plans to take it to the Film Certification Appellate Tribunal (FCAT) which had come to rescue of Lipstick Under My Burkha recently Kher said “The government had instituted a board under the leadership of Mr Shyam Benegal It certainly needs to be implemented and incorporated in the rule book of the Indian censor board “The present rule book is very old It has been modified here and there but it needs to be revisited completely” said the 62-year-old actor who has been in the film industry for over three decades Does he feel this constant brouhaha over films with a political tinge making filmmakers increasing wary about exploring the genre “It’s happening in any case… You cannot tell people ‘Make this’ People are making what they want to make In fact right now I feel this is the golden era of Indian cinema… You can make what you want to make “Also there’s a need to ignore negativity We notice it too much” Besides he feels that a “united voice of the industry” — much like what was raised before the release of the controversial drama Udta Punjab — needs to be heard and the troublemakers need to be ignored For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: December 5 2016 5:22 pm Varun Dhawan is prepping up for release of Badrinath Ki Dulhania Related News Actor Varun Dhawan says that he hasn’t been approached for Zoya Akhtars next film Gully Boy According to the reports actor Ranveer Singh who was first approached for the film has opted out due to date clash and now Varun has stepped in but the Dilwale actor has put a rest to all those rumours “That’s not true at all I am not doing that film” Varun said Meanwhile the Dishoom actor has completed “Badrinath Ki Dulhania” which also stars Alia Bhatt Speaking about the film Varun said: “‘Badrinath Ki Dulhania’ is a very special film for me I am very passionate about this project and the film delivers a special message also which is very important” Directed by Shashank Khaitan the romantic comedy is set to release on March 10 Asked about his much-awaited film Judwaa 2 which will also star Jacqueline Fernandez and Taapsee Pannu Varun said: “I always wanted to work with Jacqueline and Taapsee I have worked with Jacqueline and Tapsee is a very dear friend I am very excited to work with them Taapsee was outstanding in ‘Pink’ Both are very talented” Varun also thinks that Judwaa 2 a sequel to the 1997 Salman Khan starrer Judwaa is a “big responsibility” for him The film is directed by his father David Dhawan Also read |Judwaa 2 a big responsibility: VarunDhawan Zoya Akhtar’s Gully Boy is a coming-of-age story based on the lives of street rappers from Mumbai’s chawls and ghettos It was reported that Ranveer Singh will make his singing debut with the film More from the world of Entertainment: However with the film slipping out of the hands of Befikre actor who will be the face for this role Well only Zoya has the answer to this question For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: IANS | Auckland | Published: November 20 2016 5:47 pm Sidharth Malhotra says that Indians have lost respect for the environment and should learn how New Zealanders keep their’s clean Top News Actor Sidharth Malhotra says that Indians have lost respect for the environment and should learn how New Zealanders keep their’s clean “I think in terms of learning from them (New Zealanders) and their society which we actually had but somewhat lost is the respect for our environment forest and the animals that we have” Sidharth told IANS during a car ride on the Auckland streets Sidharth the Tourism New Zealand brand ambassador in India is on his second trip to the country and he is mesmerised by the scenic beauty of the country again Talking about how Indians have slowly lost the respect for nature he said: “We should be the first and pioneer in doing that because we worship trees animals so we do have it our culture But I think somewhere we have lost it When I come to a country like New Zealand I feel great to see them take out so much time and effort in taking care of nature” “We have somewhere lost that appreciation for our environment and animals because of course there are other conditions We are struggling with other economic problems and people in general have those issues But I think this is fascinating to see somewhere else in the world” added the 31-year-old who plans to own a house with garden in Mumbai soon For Sidharth the Penguin Discovery Experience at Kelly Tarlton’s Sea Life Aquarium here was by far his closest meet with penguins He also underwent a Maori makeover followed by jet boating with his friends here Kayaking within sight of the country’s youngest volcanic cone was a “wonderful experience” for Sidharth After that he also enjoyed a scenic view while on a seaplane and cruise at Auckland The actor credits his role as an ambassador and believes for how it has helped him and says that all the activities here have helped him combat many of his fears “It has helped a lot Definitely just the experience of jumping off a plane was super cool Now I can do heights as well as my last trip involved skywalk and that was superb All this helped in convincing my director that I can do that It definitely helped my action movies” Sidharth said The actor is currently shooting an action film with Jacqueline Fernandez but the title of the movie is yet undecided And he says that he himself has done most of the action scenes without using body double “The current film I am shooting in most of the stunts are done by me Bet it coming from 50 storey building or riding the bike or doing hand to hand combat or jumping or breaking through a glass I believe it makes it more real believable and I like it” “I think it’s a young boy’s dream kind of thing to do all cool action himself I think it’s fun experiencing all of these in New Zealand here helps you and makes you think what all you can do or what you can’t” he said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsJ. 2014 12:05 am It has been suggested that judges sometimes indulge in mutual give-and-take. who had defaulted on electricity bills as part of the andolan,an RPF official said,While lack of infrastructure like foot over bridges often compels people to trespassmany simply cross the tracks out of habit?The Song of Scorpions. 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The ED while seeking Bhujbal’s custody had claimed that the MET’s Bandra office was the den where the proceeds of the crime were brought and later laundered through front companies.” This is of course rubbish.

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