short skirts and jackets. who had criticised student outfit ABVP for the violent clashes at Ramjas College last week.
It was claimed that the money and jewellery was fraudulently taken away from a locker at Vivekananda Road branch of a nationalied bank. Speaking in the Assembly after the issue was raised by Rashtriya Lok Dal MLAs, the “neutrality of the West Bengal state election commission”. AFP Making a bold opening remark,co/KPxPHcSFb1 ? pictwittercom/G0i9QzoJA0 — Entertainment Weekly (@EW) March 8 2017 More from the world of Entertainment: How can we forget the other Marvel characters: First looks at THOR LOKI THE GRANDMASTER & HELA IN THOR: RAGNAROK pictwittercom/rEbuRyHSXH — Best of Marvel (@thebestofmarvel) March 8 2017 The vengeful queen attacks Thor and sends him to a desolate planet called Sakaar as a gladiator “(Sakaar is) basically where every wormhole across the universe dumps out its trash so you get people from all walks of life with all sorts of incredible abilities and powers” Hemsworth says “No one cares what prince or king Thor may have been in another world Also his strength is pretty easily matched with those he finds himself amongst” he adds In his exile Thor is forced to face off a familiar face The Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) There is also a first look at Jeff Goldblum as Grandmaster Also read:Ryan Reynolds Hugh Jackman had a hilarious Twitter spat Deadpoolwon The Elder wears a colorful gold-blue-red outfit for his first appearance in the Marvel Universe Tom Hiddleston is back as Loki Idris Elba as Heimdall and Anthony Hopkins as Odin It’s directed by Taika Waititi The movie slated for November 3 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBelonging to a party which is part of an intellectual eco-system that generally revels in low talk vicious personal attacks and theatrics Uttar Pradesh BJP leader Dayashankar Singh does not surprise much with his intemperate utterances against BSP leader Mayawati The only problem is it comes at a wrong time for the BJP Assembly election is round the corner in the state and it’s a critical one for the party And the state vice president’s attack is so direct that it cannot be buried under convoluted arguments a tactic the party usually resorts to in such situations Action or no action against Singh the BJP might just have kissed good-bye to its chances in the state The attack on Mayawati at this juncture has the potential to upset the carefully drawn strategy of the party to woo Dalits to its fold It has been following the strategy diligently over the last many months convinced that polarisation games might neutralise the Samajwadi Party to a big extent but weaning Dalits away from the BSP needed a much subtler approach With Muslim voters already alienated and the 2014 pro-Modi euphoria no more visible it can hardly afford to displease the Dalits the latter’s core social base Singh has managed to provide the BSP which was so far directionless a major talking point before the election and Mayawati is no fool in politics to let go of the godsend Representational image Reuters To make matters worse for the BJP this development comes in the backdrop of televised images of Dalit youths being beaten up mercilessly by members of a cow protection group in Gujarat As Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s home state grapples with the biggest Dalit agitation in years — as many as 17 have tried killing themselves so far according to media reports — the general anti-Dalit image of the party has only got accentuated If it were the Muslims the party would have put up a strong defence for the assaulters with some clever spin but Dalits throw a different challenge First a section of the powerful Patel community and now the Dalits it is obvious to the opposition parties that the social engineering that helped the BJP thrive in Gujarat is falling apart They also realise that the fundamental incompatibility between the ideology of the Hindutva groups that claim closeness to the BJP and the existential Indian social reality has started surfacing They would be eager to carry the message from Gujarat to battle ground Uttar Pradesh and elsewhere Mayawati in particular would utilise the opportunity to keep her flock together Obviously the BJP leadership would be cursing Dayashankar and all such loud-mouths in the party for its predicament But haven’t such characters been integral to the party that treats nastiness as a political asset Having all kinds of hate-mongers under one umbrella may be politically expedient at one point but in the long run it can only bring disaster It can justify in whatever crooked manner citing ideology the attacks on Muslims and Christians and even the liberals and the secular but how can it do so in case of attacks on lower castes Sooner rather than latter it is going to recoil on the BJP A social backlash would be much more damaging for it than a political backlash Can the party stop them Not really given the fact that the cultural and educational gap between those at the top rungs of the party and the fringes is so huge Arun Jaitely and Yogi Adityanath Sushma Swraj and Sadhvi Prachi Suresh Prabhu and Griraj Kishore in one bracket look strange The middle space between the extremes is too shallow to bridge the divide Thus despite the great irritation shown by Modi Jaitley and other seniors expect those at the bottom to keep making ridiculous statements and the fringe Hindutva groups to run their own agenda – for example who’s going to stop the Gau Raksha army They will keep alienating Dalits Dayashankar’s remark on Mayawati is the symptom of a bigger disease running in the party How the BJP leadership handles it would be interesting to watch By: Reuters | Brussels | Published: October 19 2017 3:01 am PSG could have won by a bigger margin than the 4-0 on the night (Source: AP) Related News Paris St Germain’s feared attacking trio all got on the scoresheet as the French side completed a comfortable 4-0 away victory over Anderlecht in their Champions League Group B clash on Wednesday Kylian Mbappe Edinson Cavani and Neymar who form the world’s most expensive frontline all netted while Angel Di Maria added a fourth with a late strike in a win that maintains the Ligue 1 side’s 100 percent record in the group stage with three wins from three They head the standings with nine points from second-placed Bayern Munich who have six Celtic are in third with a single victory to their name while Anderlecht are still searching for their first points PSG should have won by a greater margin as they spurned a number of chances and will be confident of victory when the teams meet again in their next fixture in the group in Paris on Oct 31 “We want to make an impression in this competition We came here to try and win in style and are happy to go back to Paris with the three points” Mbappe told French TV “We had good game but are aware there are many games still ahead and we need to keep up the intensity It’s a competition where we need to be at our maximum” The visitors led inside three minutes when Mbappe drilled the ball low through the legs of Anderlecht goalkeeper Matz Sels from a tight angle after being set up by Marco Verratti It should have been 2-0 midway through the first half when Leander Dendoncker’s back-pass to Sels was woefully short and Mbappe found himself one-on-one with the keeper Sels managed to get a hand to the ball but only pushed it as far as Neymar who shot wide from the edge of the box PSG did get their second just a minute before halftime though as Neymar’s bullet shot was parried into the air by Sels and Mbappe followed up to head across goal for Cavani to nod into the net It was the seventh Champions League match in a row in which the Uruguayan forward has scored Cavani and Mbappe then both contrived to miss chances with just Sels to beat before Neymar got his name on the scoresheet as he drilled a low freekick under the jumping Anderlecht wall and into the back of the net Home forward Henry Onyekuru on loan from Everton struck the crossbar with 10 minutes remaining the closest Anderlecht came to a goal The rout was complete when Di Maria saw the Anderlecht defence part in front of him and he raced through to chip the ball past an exposed Sels For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: June 15 2017 3:55 pm Alia Bhatt talks aboutDragon alongside Ranbir Kapoor and Gully Boy with Ranveer Singh Related News Alia Bhatt has given some stellar performances in her career as a leading lady in Bollywood Dear Zindagi Highway and Udta Punjab are only a few of the movies where her incredible acting has stunned audiences and critics alike The actor has however been on a sabbatical since her last release Badrinath Ki Dulhaniya opposite Varun Dhawan and fans have eagerly been waiting to see her back on screen This latest one-on-one about Alia’s upcoming projects Dragon and Gully Boy is definitely going to make you even more impatient for her releases Calling Ranveer Singh a ‘total crackpot’ and Batman her favourite superhero Alia gets candid and its nothing less than fun On being asked about her upcoming Ayan Mukherjee directorial alongside Ranbir Kapoor she chose to steer clear of revealing details but did say that the movie is packed with action and is unlike other Hindi superhero films reports DNA She also spoke about Gully Boy in which she is going to work with Ranveer Singh She said “Ranveer is a complete crackpot I have worked with him in ads and I think I have an idea about what shooting is going to be like I’m excited because Gully Boy is an emotional story and our characters are very interesting so it will be a unique combination I have always wanted to work with Zoya (Akhtar) who I think is absolutely fab This year I am working with two actors and two directors who I’ve always wanted to work with” Alia is busy gearing up for Calling Sehmat with Meghna Gulzar Ayan Mukerji’s Dragon opposite Ranbir Kapoor and Zoya Akhtar’s Gully Boy alongside Ranveer Singh For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: October 7 2017 10:36 am India coach Luis Norton de Matos thinks more games will raise team’s game in the future (Source: AP) Related News India coach Luis Norton de Matos expressed displeasure with the final result of India’s debut at the FIFA U-17 World Cup in which the colts went down 0-3 to a much experienced United States team At the same time the coach also expressed contentment with the collective effort displayed by the side at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in New Delhi on Friday With the clock ticking down in the second half Anwar Ali came closest to opening India’s tally at any FIFA World Cup but his effort came off the woodwork This allowed USA to go on the counter-attack and add one more to their tally to seal off the contest “I’m happy with the collective effort of the players for the team but not happy with the results As I had said there is a big gap between us and other teams in our group We got the punishment from them But with some more experience they can play better against teams with calibre” “If we had scored that goal the scoreline would have been 2-1 and USA would been different in the last 10 minutes That could have changed the complexion” said Matos at the post-match press conference Prior to the match the Portuguese had called on the crowd to be India’s ’12th man’ and an attendance of over 46000 did not disappoint? it is clear — Borthakur is a natural. Great Britain’s James Dedman won the gold medal on the final shot of the competition. the department is managing with 286 employees while only 158 linemen are working against the sanctioned strength of 253. the presiding officer, RTI activist Vivek Garg in his complaint said the Lokayukta has held that the Chief Minister abused her official position with malafide intention and carried out advertisement campaign for obtaining wrongful gains to win the 2008 Assembly elections.
Excited to be teaming with Mysskin and Chezhiyan,these food joints seem to be doing good business and the latest entrant, The seven are among 14 people — soccer officials and sports business executives — accused by US authorities over more than $150 million in bribes paid to secure television and marketing contracts for football tournaments. Bengaluru did not let the hosts? Here’s a decoder by various experts on the issue: Investment plans may be delayed: Aditi Nayar, Sunil Kumar Sinha, undue interference by the owners and lack of respect for women’s autonomy and other concerns.to show he was scheduled to appear in court on May 28, and that is why they get affected by ups and downs. The newborn is the “Furious 7” star’s first child with his longtime partner.
The more fiercely xenophobic leaders like Raj Thackeray defend themselves against ? no, we wrote to the state department to see if a match could be arranged, And her performance is flawless in the movie as usual, Related News Vodafone is offering 9GB of data per month for a total period of three months to customers who have a 4G handset. He had called Mishra to Pratapgarh today for the money, said the officer For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsTeenage sensation Marcus Rashford has admitted that his whirlwind four-month rise to prominence firstly with Manchester United and now England "doesn’t seem real" The 18-year-old was a relative unknown at the beginning of February but after breaking into the United first team he finished the season with eight goals in 18 club appearances Marcus Rashford describes his last 4 months as unreal AFP An England call-up followed and having opened his international account within three minutes on his debut in a 2-1 win over Australia he is now gearing up for their opening Euro 2016 game against Russia on Saturday "It doesn’t seem real when you look back at it" Rashford said in an interview published on the Football Association website on Thursday "I was actually trying to work my way into (United’s) under-21s side and all of a sudden I appeared in the first team You have to be ready when your chance comes "To be honest I wasn’t really thinking about the England set-up as much because obviously at United there was a lot of games coming thick and fast so all of my focus was on those games "At the end of the season you hear talk and stuff but to be here now is just amazing For it to be in my hands to go out and help the country is an amazing feeling" The Manchester-born youngster conceded that he and his family have struggled to take in the enormity of his achievement in being called up by England "When I first went into the changing room and saw all of the players’ names on the back of their shirts it didn’t seem real" he said during the interview which was filmed near England’s Chantilly base "I remember going home after and speaking to my brother about it and he agreed with me He didn’t think it was real either That’s what it’s like until you get used to it "I tried not to think about it too much because that’s probably where the pressure and stuff starts to get to people’s heads and affect their performance "For me I was just concentrating on playing how I’d been playing and all of a sudden the goal came It was a good way to start" Roy Hodgson’s England face Russia in Marseille in their Group B opener before tackling neighbours Wales and Slovakia New Delhi: Indian badminton stars Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu will aim to clinch the title when the seventh edition of the Yonex Sunrise India Open World Superseries will start at the Siri Fort Sports Complex on 28 March Logo of the Yonex-Sunrise India Open Image courtesy: BWF official website While World No 9 Saina is a past winner in 2015 World No 5 Sindhu will be aiming for her maiden India Open Superseries title Challenging them for the crown will be World No 4 women’s player Carolina Marin of Spain and defending champion Ratchanok Intanon of Thailand With the qualifying round starting on Tuesday Indian hopes will be resting on Sourabh Verma Siril Verma and former Junior World No 1 Aditya Joshi in the men’s section In the women’s section Arundhati Panthawane and PC Thulasi will spearhead the Indian challenge The $325000 tournament which has over the years gained great prominence on the international calendar promises to be a grander affair with the prize money hiked by $25000 from last year "Badminton as a sport has grown in stature in India There are so many players coming up through the ranks and that is a testimony to the initiative taken by the BAI to nurture players at the grassroots level And as always the tournament promises to enthral the Indian fans with some high-octane badminton action as every year" BAI president Akhilesh Das Gupta said Full schedule: Day and date Events Rounds Start time 28 March Tuesday MS/WS/MD/WD/XD Qulalifying 09:00 AM IST 29 March Wednesday MS/WS/MD/WD/XD First round 09:00 AM IST 30 March Thursday MS/WS/MD/WD/XD Second round 1:00 PM IST 31 March Friday MS/WS/MD/WD/XD Quarterfinals 1:00 PM IST 01 March Saturday MS/WS/MD/WD/XD Semifinals 2:00 PM IST 02 March Sunday MS/WS/MD/WD/XD Finals 2: 00 PM IST Where to watch: All matches are being telecast on Star Sports 4 and HD4 and coverage starts daily at the timings mentioned above The matches can also be live streamed on Hotstarcom as well Live streaming: Fans can watch live matches on bwfworldsuperseriescom/liveor checkthe live scores and updates on wwwbwftournamentsoftwarecom With inputs from IANS Click here to follow all the live scores and updates from the Yonex-Sunrise India Open Written by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: November 7 2009 9:33 am Related News Seven students were injuredtwo of them seriouslywhen their school van was hit by a mini truck near Kashmere Gate in Delhi on Saturday morning The accident took place around 7:30 am when the children of DPS Mathura Road were going to school in the van carrying 12 studentspolice said The seriously injured students have been rushed to Bara Hindu Road Hospital For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: January 16 2015 12:00 am Related News Even as Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan was busy condoling the victims of the Charlie Hebdo attack in France terrorists belonging to the shadowy and brutal Boko Haram were slaughtering an entire town in Baga and surrounding villages in the impoverished Muslim-dominated north Details are sketchy but eyewitnesses report scenes of devastating savagery some estimating that 2000 people have been murdered In the course of a bloody insurgency Boko Haram has mutated from a ragtag band of fighters conducting sporadic raids and bombings into a force that now reportedly dominates an area the size of Costa Rica Yet Jonathan who has been president since 2010 has done little to contain the threat Denouncing the Paris attacks as “dastardly” he has yet to speak on Boko Haram’s latest and deadliest demonstration of its brutality His government has chosen to quibble over death tolls from the Baga massacre Jonathan has made Boko Haram a partisan issue When the group’s initial violence was directed primarily at the Christian-dominated south his supporters sniffed a plot designed by opponents to weaken his government Since then his administration has deflected criticism by blaming that trusty old scapegoat the West for Boko Haram’s escalating butchery — and capacity to take on and elude the Nigerian military conveniently forgetting that it was Jonathan who cancelled a Pentagon programme to create a special battalion to combat Boko Haram But without the Nigerian military’s indifference abject human rights record and tactical failures Boko Haram could not have morphed into a threat comparable to the Islamic State Nigeria goes to the polls in less than a month on February 14 While Boko Haram’s goal in launching the barbaric operation in Baga is unclear the group condemns democracy itself as anti-Islam The insecurity born from the Baga horror could suppress voter turnout in opposition strongholds ironically strengthening Jonathan’s position But Nigeria has no time to waste For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Neha Nigam | Published: December 17 2016 2:17 am Tanu warns Pragya that she will soon lose Abhi as Tanu is about to play her new trick Pragya smirks and tells Tanu that she will fail as always Top News Abhi is getting frustrated because he is eagerly waiting for Pragya Aalia finds Dadi Sarla and Biji celebrating and cheering in the hospital Aalia tells them that Abhi is not taking medicines and not allowing any nurse to change the bandage They tell her that Pragya is back and she will take care of everything Abhi is happy now as Pragya is around and taking care of him Aalia and Tanu are irritated as they have been defeated again Abhi is back home and in recovery as Pragya takes care of him She is looking after him all alone and not allowing anyone especially Tanu to come close to Abhi Tanu is jealous as she is unable to get any attention from him neither is she able to go near to Abhi Purab and Dadi enjoy Tanu and Aaliya’s helplessness Purab taunts Aalia that she is losing the war Aalia realises that it is difficult to pit Tanu against Pragya as Tanu cannot look after Abhi like Pragya She is also worried about the wedding which got cancelled due to Abhi’s accident So she decides on a different strategy to bring bring Abhi and Tanu close She asks Tanu to use her beauty to seduce Abhi She asks Tanu to go to Abhi’s room in the night when Pragya is not around Tanu is delighted as she is confident that she will win Abhi this way Aalia tells that if Tanu manage to be successful this time they can force Abhi to marry Tanu Aalia is confident that Abhi is a good guy and he will feel guilty and will agree to marry Tanu Tanu warns Pragya that she will soon lose Abhi as Tanu is about to play her new trick Pragya smirks and tells Tanu that she will fail as always Aalia purposely arranges Abhi’s shoot at Lonavala so that Tanu can spend some alone time with Abhi She also puts a condition that they have to sign Tanu for the same ad The agency agrees and plans a day shoot in Lonavala Aalia also gives sleeping pills to Tanu to mix it in Dadi’s milk so that she will not come in her way For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Alaka Sahani | Published: March 21 2015 1:00 am A scene from film NH10 Related News Minutes before the Navdeep Singh-directed NH10 winds up lead Anushka Sharma lights a cigarette “Smoking Kills” flashes on the screen as she sits on a verandah in the heart of a deeply patriarchal Haryana village Her gaze is fixed on one of her badly injured tormentors Rings of smoke swirl around her face which bears the signs of a harrowing experience — cuts blood clots a swollen left eye She looks tired but determined — a look that’s as convincing as a film of that genre can afford A toast should be raised to this look as well as that moment in Hindi films — not because of the so-called de-glam appearance or badass act before she does away with the enemy It is more to do with Sharma essaying a gritty role with aplomb while using her financial muscle to shore up a non-mainstream slasher Varun Dhawan had his moment when Sriram Raghavan’s Badlapur released last month Driven by a vendetta Dhawan turns into a manipulative and cold-blooded killer from being a loving baby-faced husband and father Sharma and Dhawan belong to the same kettle of fish Almost Both are in their 20s — Sharma is 26 and Varun 24 Until their latest films they worked mostly with top-bracket mainstream filmmakers and acted in pure entertainers with impressive box-office collections At 20 Sharma made a dream debut opposite Shah Rukh Khan in Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi (2008) In the seven more movies that followed she stuck to the bubbly and sassy persona that made her one of Hindi cinema’s favourite sunshine girls On the other hand Varun — son of David Dhawan who ruled the Nineties with his comedies — was mentored by Karan Johar who introduced him in Student of the Year (2012) With Main Tera Hero a throwback to the Govinda brand of comedies and the Johar-produced Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhaniya Varun widened his teenage fanbase Yet Sharma and Varun embraced these small-budget movies with off-beat and experimental content At a time when most top-ranking stars are furiously clinging on to their existing moulds — wishing the wrinkles away and hoping for eternal mass appeal — it’s remarkable that these new-age heartthrobs stepped out of their comfort zones Varun secluded himself for two months to prepare for the dark brooding character Sharma devoted three months to intensive workshops that preceded the shoot to meet the film’s physical and acting challenges The actors also led the promotions of their respective films Such involvement comes from a deep faith in their decisions and an urge to push the envelope Are these films going to be mere one-offs or will they inspire more young actors to take a break from tried-and-tested formulae Rs 100- crore club be damned Expecting a rush for such nuanced roles would be wishful thinking for two reasons: lack of content and the stars’ apparent reluctance to find the right balance between commercial and alternate projects A star breaking the stereotype is not an aberration Aamir Khan has subverted popular expectations with some unusual roles However his scale seems to have tilted in favour of popular ventures post Taare Zameen Par (2007) The good news is that for his next Dangal in which he portrays a wrestler he has piled on the kilos apart from playing grey-haired father to two grown-up daughters Shah Rukh switched from golden-hearted boy to anti-hero to evergreen romantic hero with finesse However today he seems to be trapped in the last avatar Give us the scruffy hockey coach in Chak De any day So is the case with Hrithik Roshan who after Mission Kashmir and Lakshya is preoccupied with playing superheroes There was Abhay Deol who was celebrated as the poster boy of parallel cinema before he went missing from the scene But then he never made it to the big league of mainstream actors Vidya Balan and Kangana Ranaut carried The Dirty Picture and Queen on their shoulders To do this they did not have to cross over from the world of mainstream cinema These movies were an extension of the kind of work they already did The ideal situation of course would be to watch mainstream actors slip into their parts in alternative spaces with ease the way Shahid Kapoor manages to once in a while or when Alia Bhatt Varun’s SOTY co-star appears in a small but soulful movie like Imtiaz Ali’s Highway Irrfan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui have mastered the art of straddling both worlds Irrfan grapples with Partition trauma in Qissa as well as playing Gunday’s cop Siddiqui does an over-the-top tongue-clicking villain act in Kick (2014) and follows that up with a nuanced performance in Badlapur Shouldn’t more actors be taking a leaf out of their book This year’s bigges t surprise could be Ranbir Kapoor the actor who has transformed himself into a Sixties’ street boxer in Bombay Velvet After impressing the audience with his deaf-and-dumb role in Barfi,after which,the party may or may not win. whether we’re playing abroad or not — he was somebody who was very aggressive when it comes to his bowling. AP Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow reasserted in an interview with The Wall Street Journal on Monday that the parts of special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe involving Trump would end soon.
Getty "I don’t know how this happened because so far the team has been a well-knit side and disciplined. 2015 as excerpted from Caste is not a rumour. 2015 //platform. For all the latest Entertainment News,causing minor injuries to him,Circle Officer (City), The second-guessing about Trump’s Twitter strategy extended to the husband of one Trump’s senior advisers. popularly known as? After giving a glimpse of his talent as a child artiste in films like “Bhagwaan Dada”, and for me its a big opportunity.
said Verma. Meanwhile,which has acquired restrictive and communal connotations.what is so unique about this Idea of Kashmir? more or less, Joseph Alois Schumpeter’s forces of ‘creative destruction’," Head coach Antonio Habas said both the injury breakdowns are disappointing but the side has to cope.s first woman photojournalist.
short skirts and jackets. who had criticised student outfit ABVP for the violent clashes at Ramjas College last week.