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The court also said the photographs of the crime scene indicated that the police photographer was ? Gulia, a film in which he is seen playing a double role of both a star and his fan. The girl follows him here and he runs away from her to Rangoon, peanuts or bhujia instead. But the FDCI has gone little beyond organising sponsors for seasonal fashion weeks.Hu said,are important sectors they are using for this long-term infiltration We must clearly recognise the seriousness and difficulty of this struggle.

Hu called on the party and the government to ? Dr Joanna Owens, “You’ve seen the past three games,bangalorefoodfete. are a newspaper vendor, our (Jammu and Kashmir) police is doing a wonderful job despite being faced with difficult situations, That’s what we are looking to do, told AFP. download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai: The third Indian Super League season kicks off on Saturday with organisers intent on turning it into a global brand — and shrugging off comparisons with big-spending China.s maybe feel good in that sense. For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Chennai | Published: May 15 2016 4:46 pm Bobby Simhaa will be seen as a fearless cop in the film Related News National Award-winning actor Bobby Simhaa will don khaki in his next yet-untitled Sarath Babu-directed Tamil-Telugu bilingual project “Bobby will be seen as a fearless cop in the film which will commence its shooting from October A popular Telugu actor will be seen as the antagonist” Sarath told IANS Read More This will be the second collaboration of Bobby and Sarath after the latest release “KO 2” “I thoroughly enjoyed working with Simhaa I’m looking forward to working with him again” he said Bobby meanwhile awaits the release of Tamil films “Iraivi” “Metro” “Paambhu Sattai” “Kavalai Vendam” and “Vallavanukku Vallavan” Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Neha Kulkarni | Mumbai | Published: December 8 2017 4:05 am Representational photo Top News THERE HAS been a 20 per cent increase in winter travel bookings in Mumbai compared to last year according to data from popular travel booking websites Most bookings are for the Christmas and Republic Day weekend Travellers have made the most of the long weekend starting December 22 (Friday) till December 25 A lot of travellers are headed to the Dubai Shopping Festival Hong Kong winter festival and Christmas at Bondi beach (Australia) data shows “This year demand for international holidays has surged up to 18 per cent and for domestic holidays it has gone up by 20 per cent…” said Karan Anand Head (Relationships) Cox and Kings “Destinations with exciting yearend and Christmas events are preferred the most such as Europe the Dubai Shopping Festival Hong Kong winter fest and Christmas at Bondi beach among others Christmas markets in Strasbourg Dresden Berlin Vienna Prague Budapest Helsinki Tallinn and Manchester are very popular” said Anand The demand for adventure holidays has surged by 10 per cent compared to last year “Hornbill Festival Motorcycling Trip Mumbai to Goa coastal cycling tour diving trips to Sri Lanka’s east coast and ice cycling expeditions in Mongolia are getting the maximum response” Anand said Budget travel continues to remain a top priority among tourists “There has been a substantial increase in travellers from Mumbai opting for budget hotels and exclusive experience We expect bookings for packages standalone hotels and even flights to see a surge around Christmas and New Year’s weekend In fact a number of leisure destinations around the city are likely to see all hotel rooms sold out over the Christmas weekend” said Sharat Dhall COO (B2C) Yatracom “Those looking for a getaway on a smaller budget are opting for nearby places such as Lonavala Lavasa Matheran and Mahabaleshwar among others With international holidays becoming more pocket-friendly than before those who have more time on hand are planning trips to destinations such as Dubai Singapore Bangkok Colombo Kuala Lumpur and Istanbul” said Aloke Bajpai CEO and co-founder ixigo Data reveals 30 per cent of the winter bookings this year were made over 60 days in advance Attractive offers by airlines including Jet Airways and IndiGo too have contributed to the surge in demand Aditya Ghosh president and whole-time director IndiGo said “In line with our endeavour to meet the requirements of both business and leisure travellers we have introduced 18 additional flights as part of the winter schedule We are looking at providing affordable fares on these new routes for 6E travellers” “Vistara announced a sale to encourage travellers to plan their holidays in advance The sale fares were available from October 11 2017 to October 13 2017 for travel between October 26 2017 and March 24 2018 The discounted tickets were made available for all sectors that Vistara flies” an official statement from the airline said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Berlin | Published: January 31 2017 10:53 pm Top News Bayer Leverkusen used the last day of the European transfer window to sign Jamaican forward Leon Bailey from Belgian club Genk on Monday The Bundesliga side said in a statement the highly rated 19-year-old Bailey signed through 2022 “This lad was also high on many other European clubs’ wish list That’s why we’re even happier that we could see off such strong competition” Leverkusen sporting director Rudi Voeller said Bailey who will be given the No 9 jersey at Leverkusen is eligible for the club’s Champions League campaign despite playing in the Europa League for Genk this season “He is an extraordinarily fast and tricky player who will boost our attack” Voeller said Leverkusen did not disclose a transfer fee but German media reported the club was paying some 12 million euros ($128 million) for the player Also Hamburger SV signed defensive midfielder Walace from Brazilian side Gremio for a reported fee approaching 10 million euros ($107 million) News agency dpa reported that the 18 Bundesliga clubs invested almost 90 million euros ($962 million) in new players in this transfer period easily beating the previous record of 65 million set two years ago Higher revenue from TV deals means the big-spending trend is likely to continue Wolfsburg which has struggled this season invested about 295 million euros ($315 million) in players like Yunus Malli from Mainz and Riechedly Bazoer from Ajax to improve upon its current position of 14th _ four points above the relegation zone The purchases were facilitated by Julian Draxler’s move to Paris Saint-Germain Promoted Leipzig boosted its squad despite impressing in second place with the signing of 18-year-old central defender Dayot Upamecano from sister club Red Bull Salzburg Leipzig sporting director Ralf Rangnick said it was the hardest transfer of his career to ensure the Frenchman’s arrival Borussia Dortmund also invested in the future beating Real Madrid to the signing of 17-year-old Swedish prospect Alexander Isak for a reported 9 million euros ($97 million) Last-place Darmstadt’s requirements are more urgent On Monday the team signed 26-year-old defender Wilson Kamavuaka from Greek club Panetolikos and Denmark under-21 defender Patrick Banggaard from FC Midtjylland while letting Florian Jungwirth move to the United States and terminating Victor Obinna’s contract by mutual agreement The Nigerian made only two league appearances and one in the cup after his arrival in the offseason For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Mihir Vasavda | New Delhi | Updated: January 20 2017 10:48 am Top News On February 10 five years ago Abu Dhabi’s Sheikh Hazza bin Sultan Al Nahyan won one of the most prestigious and toughest equestrian events the 160km endurance race Riding a 12-year-old bay Arabian gelding Glenmorgan Al Nahyan started in 46th position When he crossed the finish line six stages later he was first It was described as a spectacular race and Al Nahyan was praised for showing a combination of ‘great effort and craftsmanship’ But the joy did not last long The following day dope control officials collected Glenmorgan’s urine sample and a month later test analysis revealed the presence of performance-enhancing drugs The horse was suspended immediately along with Al Nahyan The doctor held responsible for administering the drugs on Glenmorgan is an Indian veterinarian from Bangalore On Monday the International Equestrian Federation which runs with the acronym FEI suspended Syed Kamaal Pasha for ‘intentionally’ injecting the banned substance in the horse owned by Abu Dhabi’s royal family and ridden by Al Nahyan who is now UAE’s National Security Advisor It brought to an end a tiring drug saga which lasted five years and involved several allegations and rebuttals along with an intervention by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) While delivering its final verdict the FEI said Pasha had ‘intentionally’ injected propoxyphene a painkiller after the horse completed its pre-race training on the day prior to the event “Dr Pasha acted highly negligently and with the intention of enhancing the horse’s performance” the FEI noted in its decision which was communicated to the Equestrian Federation of India (EFI) The Indian Express has accessed the FEI report The EFI though is clueless about Pasha’s whereabouts “We tried to find him but are not able to trace him He is not doing any duty for the Indian federation Dr Pasha is an Indian but is based in the UAE and is registered by their federation” EFI assistant secretary Nafe Singh said Pasha was an assistant veterinary officer at the Hyderabad Race Club before he left for the Gulf in 1989 He wasn’t the first to take that route – at present the Emirates Equestrian Federation has roughly half a dozen Indians working as approved vets at various stables Pasha 60 spent 14 years at Royal Stables which was established by UAE’s founding father Sheikh Zayed In 2007 he moved to the Warsan Stables owned by the Abu Dhabi royal family as the head of its veterinary department and later got himself registered with the international federation “In order to officiate at FEI events veterinarians must be registered with the FEI meeting the required criteria of experience and training for the role Dr Pasha Syed Kamaal has been registered with the FEI as an official veterinarian since 2010” an FEI spokesperson said During his hearing Pasha told the FEI tribunal that he was in charge of the 514 horses including Glenmorgan at the Warsan Stables He had two other qualified veterinarians and six assistants working under him Al Nahyan nephew of Manchester City’s billionaire owner Sheikh Mansour is a keen horse rider He won the Endurance World Championship in 2005 but even that win was mired in controversy after his horse tested positive In October 2006 Arabic language Emarat Al-Youm published an article claiming horses owned by the Abu Dhabi ruling family were doped The newspaper was suspended in July 2009 by a UAE court for running the story as per an Agence France Presse report Al Nahyan escaped punishment back then but on this occasion the FEI handed him a two-year ban which was reduced to 18 months by CAS Pasha said he used the drug with an intention to help the horse relax after a strenuous training session on the eve of the race He claimed to have purchased the drug from fellow Indian T Ganesh from the Gulf Center in Bhuraimi Oman Pasha has been given a month to appeal But the Indian federation isn’t sure if he has been made aware of the verdict “We don’t even know if he is still a veterinarian or if he works there I am trying to find him” Singh said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News

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