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2016 7:48 pm Pakistan’s ambassador to the US Jalil Abbas Jilani.020 cars. 2017 3:48 pm Hardik Pandya had a good outing with the bat against Australia. Santner spoke on the threat that Pandya possesses and said,“He’s a very good striker He tends to hit down the ground well I guess the key is to take the length off him and maybe be happy with singles He’s a very good player and can hit (big) I saw him hit Zampa for three sixes in an over (during the first ODI against Australia at Chennai) Once he hits one he wants to keep going If you can tie him down or make him hit singles and then go from there and hopefully he tries to play a big shot and go for a ball that’s not quite there… but yeah he’s a very good striker (of the ball) So we have to beware (of him)” “Revealing that he has observed the duo of Ravindra Jadeja and Axar Patel to learn a few tricks Santner said “On wickets that offer a little bit I watched a lot of Axar Patel and Jadeja They just try to bowl very consistent and good areas and wait for the batsmen to hit a big shot and get out or run past one I’ve taken a little bit of footage from there” he said It’s tough bowling in India They are very good players of spin They’ve grown up playing spin I just try to keep it pretty simple… try and keep the ball off them… bowl the ball reasonably quick on the surface and force the batsmen to make a mistake If you get a few dots and build pressure that way you can hopefully get a few wickets That’s what I’ll be trying to do” he concluded For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Reuters | London | Published: October 21 2017 11:28 am West Ham United are 17th just above the relegation zone (Source; Reuters) Related News Brighton and Hove Albion won a top flight away match for the first time in 34 years when they stunned West Ham United 3-0 at the London Stadium in the Premier league on Friday Striker Glenn Murray scored a brace and Jose Izquierdo curled in a shot from outside the box to lift promoted Brighton to 10th in the standings leaving West Ham in 17th just above the relegation zone It was also a first top flight win in four years for their manager Chris Hughton who had last presided over a Premier League away win in charge of Norwich City “It’s a bad performance from us” said West Ham manager Slaven Bilic whose position is under increasing scrutiny after five defeats and two wins in his team’s nine league matches “We tried to come back but it’s very difficult for me to say anything clever now All I can say is that it was very disappointing and frustrating and as manager I take full responsibility for that” he told the club’s website (wwwwhufccom) Brighton made a bright start and deservedly went in front after 10 minutes when Murray headed a free kick by Pascal Gross into Joe Hart’s net Izquierdo increased their lead in first half added time with a curling shot from outside the box that beat Hart’s dive a hammer blow to the visitors who had improved and looked more likely to equalise Murray completed the rout with a penalty in the 75th minute after he was brought down by Pablo Zabaleta Brighton defended resolutely during West Ham’s best spell in the latter stages of the first half but the home side lacked a cutting edge in the box with suspended striker Andy Carroll watching from the stands Manuel Lanzini come closest for the Hammers with a free kick in the 65th minute but the team’s poor showing overall had fans filing out of the ground long before the final whistle For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Srinath Rao | Mumbai | Published: March 3 2017 5:10 am Top News More than two years after he ran away from home to escape beatings allegedly at the hands of his father a teenage boy was traced to Bihar and rescued Wednesday after he called his mother on her cell phone only to be informed that his father had passed away The boy now 17 was brought back home Thursday A school dropout the boy who lived with his family in Bandra East had run away from home on February 23 2015 His family registered a missing person’s complaint a month later after they failed to find him Watch What Else is Making News The police said the boy first wandered to Kanjurmarg where he was spotted roaming aimlessly by a hawker Ranjan Singh (41) “Singh offered the boy a place to live But when the time came for him to return to his home in Bihar he thought it would be a good idea to take him along and make him serve his old parents” said Rajendra Patil senior inspector Kherwadi police station Over the last two years the boy was allegedly made to clean the home of Singh’s parents and tend to them when they fell sick “After some time he began to miss his family Luckily he remembered his mother’s phone number A month ago he tried to dial the number to see if he could speak to her” said sub-inspector Manohar Sonawane adding the boy’s mother pleaded with him to return “After being informed that his father had died the boy wanted to return but didn’t know where in Bihar he was” he said Once the mother informed the police about the call they traced it to Paki village in Bihar’s Nalanda district Sonawane and constables Sanjay Landge and Ravi Gaikwad travelled to the village to locate him Singh was booked for kidnapping arrested and brought to Mumbai “He had a responsibility to inform the police in Bihar about the missing boy instead of taking him away from Mumbai” Patil said Sonawane said the boy said he was constantly scolded by his parents back in 2015 for smoking beedis and was in particular beaten up by his father “He ran away because he was fed up of the beatings” Sonawane said The boy’s father who worked as a security guard in Bandra East passed away soon after while the mother moved with her daughter to Kalwa Sonawane said she had found a job of cleaning toilets in a mall in Thane “The boy is relieved to be back home” said Sonawane [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: August 26 2017 2:06 pm Roberto Bautista Agut showed his class by keeping his mistakes to a minimum (Source: AP) Top News Roberto Bautista Agut has a chance to make amends for last year’s loss in the title-decider after an emphatic semi-final victory at the Winston-Salem Open on Friday night The Spanish top seed was far too good for German Jan-Lennard Struff winning 6-2 6-4 on an unseasonably mild evening on the North Carolina hardcourt He will meet Damir Dzumhur in the final on Saturday after the weary Bosnian recovered from a poor start to roar into his first career final with a 1-6 7-5 6-3 win over Briton Kyle Edmund Bautista Agut showed his class by keeping his mistakes to a minimum making only nine unforced errors against 36 by his opponent On match point the Spaniard scurried back from the net to retrieve a lob hitting a ‘tweener’ shot between his legs before running down a drop shot and poking a winner down the line World number 15 Bautista Agut lost last year’s final to fellow Spaniard Pablo Carreno Busta World number 67 Dzumhur hardly had an ideal preparation for the event He did not arrive in Winston-Salem until the early hours of Monday morning after reaching a final of a Challenger Tour event in the Dominican Republic on Saturday He was back on court later on Monday and five days later will play in the final two days before the start of the US Open But Dzumhur looked headed for an early getaway to New York after barely troubling Edmund in a one-sided first set “I was a little bit tired” Dzumhur said “In second set I tried to hold my serve and I broke him in a game when he was 40-15 up and in that moment everything changed “My first final this is a special day for me As the adrenaline comes up you don’t feel (tired) anymore I think I will be ready for the final It’s my first final so I have to be” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shailaja Bajpai | Published: March 24 2016 12:23 am An injured man lies at the scene of explosions at Zaventem airport near Brussels (Source: AP) Top News Live terror attacks are obsessive-compulsive viewing Once you switch on the TV to see what happened you cannot switch off without learning how it happened Which you don’t because nobody really knows how it happened Nevertheless you see the screen google into the map of Europe with pinprick explosions and then watch with increasing horror and distress as the maps are replaced by still photos hastily shot videos from mobile phones of people before and after the attack eyewitnesses — some splattered with blood — describe the remains of the day And TV anchors trying mostly in vain to piece together the shards of a shattered departure lounge at Brussels airport — and the lives of those who have tragically died or more fortunately lived to tell their tales By Wednesday morning you were staring at a CCTV grab of three young men allegedly the suspects in the airport attack nonchalantly pushing along their luggage carts just like any other passenger You wanted the camera to zoom in closer so that you could look into their faces and try to discern what drives them to such acts All of Tuesday afternoon and evening/ night went like that: You couldn’t bring yourself to watch anything else That’s precisely what the attackers wanted — to “capture the news agenda” and to “make us feel insecure” as security analyst Afzal Ashraf put it (CNN) Indian news channels switched to CNN BBC or Al Jazeera — even a feed from Sky News — during the day and talked terror on their nightly talkshows Much of the latter veered around to India and its lack of preparedness for terror attacks — hardly reassuring as we sought to blank out the day under our blankets Given that Indian passengers and airlines travel through and from Brussels — early footage showed women in salwar kameez and turbaned men — Indian news channels were eager to reassure us So Gaurav Sawant (Aaj Tak) who had been in touch with security agencies and had called Belgium (so the anchor said) told us that all Indians were safe That Jet Airlines personnel were injured including Nidhi whose photo became the most widely used throughout the world wasn’t known then While foreign news channels were sober and careful not to identify the attacks as acts of terror till it was confirmed by Belgian authorities Indian channels went ahead early afternoon with news of suicide bombers (ABP) They were also highly excitable “Here here have a look again” exhorted the ABP voice-over “Belgium has been totally shaken up” Without identifying any sources they told us that “people shouting in Arabic” had been heard at the airport (NDTV) and that there were two live bombs still there (Aaj Tak) CNN and BBC also put out “sources” but waited much longer to put a name to anything IBN-7 had the idea of showing the map of Europe and then blowing up the dot that represented Belgium in a huge ball of fire Perhaps that reflected the impact of the attack on the public imagination more than the attack itself Eyewitness accounts especially those of a journalist who had been inside the airport described to BBC World how arms and legs were lying around and how “confusing” everything had been “Nobody knows what happened” she said Pretty much how we felt — watching and watching but understanding little The coverage of the attack on Brussels was uncannily similar to that of the Paris attacks last November For anchors describing the scenes — and the viewer — it was like a terrorist attack revisited There aren’t many different ways to describe or show the aftermath of a terror attack [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Bengaluru | Updated: May 13 2017 6:44 pm Rarandoi Veduka Chuddam trailer is out Related News The trailer of Naga Chaitanya’s upcoming film Rarandoi Veduka Chuddam has landed on the internet The 2-minute promo video promises a complete family drama with dollops of enmity festivity relationship values action and lots of love The chemistry between Chaitanya and leading lady Rakul Preet is unmissable The love story is at the heart of the film However what’s fun in a romantic story if the love of the leading actors is not put to a test Judging by the trailer the fathers of Chaitanya and Rakul in the film share a bitter past which threatens to separate them from each other forever Director Kalyan Krishna seems to have taken a tried-and-tested premise to ensure a box office success for Chaitanya after the actor’s last year film Premam the Telugu remake of the Malayalam blockbuster of the same name did not live up to the expectations However Rarandoi Veduka Chuddam gives good vibes of a family entertainer which has always been the favourite of Telugu film audience The film is bankrolled by Chaitanya’s star father Nagarjuna Akkineni under his home production banner Annapurna Studios In a first Nagarjuna is very much involved in the project at different stages of production to its promotion the veteran actor is leaving no stone unturned to deliver a successful movie Nagarjuna even had a lot of creative difference with director Kalyan which eventually delayed the release of the film Nagarjuna was not happy with the final cut of the film and so he reportedly asked the director to re-work on a few scenes pushing the release date further The film will hit the screens worldwide on May 26 Rarandoi Veduka Chuddam has a huge star cast including Chaitanya Rakul Jagapathi Babu Sampath Raj Vennela Kishore among others who play pivotal roles For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: ANI | New Delhi | Published: April 9 2017 12:15 pm Prateik Babbar essays the role of a notorious rich kid who’s a drug addict but turns over a new leaf for the love of his life Related News Prateik Babbar is all set to make his debut on the big screen in East India with Saurav Chakraborty’s Bengali socio-political drama Aroni Takhon The film which is based on a 1994 novel ‘Kamor’ by Sarbani Mukhopadhyay revolves around a love story between the time the Babri Masjid was demolished (1992) and Gujarat riots ( 2002) The 30-year-old actor essays the role of a notorious rich kid who’s a drug addict but turns over a new leaf for the love of his life who he eventually sacrifices to another man Director Chakraborty said “This is the first time a Bengali film is made for world cinema and this film is travelling to 4 continents and 35 cities This is proper theatrical with Arabic Spanish French Hindi and English subtitles We are looking at taking the film to international film festivals” “This film should not be viewed from any communal or regional aspect Our aim is to portray the effects of these kinds of macro events on a micro level How these incidents directly or indirectly enter your home affect your day to day life knowingly or unknowingly” he added The Ekk Deewana Tha star revealed “My parents have done Bengali cinema and Bengali cinema has an old world charm It was a feel good factor really and I wanted to experiment with a new genre of cinema Going forward I would love to do more Bengali cinema” “During the filming phase I was heavily into substance usage and this is the first time I got a perspective on how it was important to say no to drugs I wanted to turn over a new leaf and the journey of self realization started on the sets of this film which finally led up to me going clean In fact I stayed away from doing any substance on sets as I had to mentally and physically train for the role and get into the skin of my character” he added Prateik continued “Another lesson I learnt on sets was how love is the biggest sacrifice and I could relate very well to that situation since in my life I have also changed for love and sacrificed people who have meant the world to me and finally made peace with loss” The music of this film is inspired by Rabindranth Tagore poetry with songs that have been sung by eminent singers like Anupam Roy Soumitra Chatterjee Sohini Mukhopadhyay Mohan Singh Kaushiki Chakraborty Indraneil Dipannwati Anupam Roy has composed Ekbaar Phirte Dao with Gujarati Kathiawari folk music Also read:Before Baahubali 2 SS Rajamouli thanks fans for love and criticism as he crosses 3 million followers onTwitter Talking about the music the music director Raja Narayan Deb said “The album has an eclectic mix of modern songs Rabindra Sangeet along with poetic ensembles which interlinks the story of the film The songs reflect the Bengali way of life with a lot of Indian classical music and at the same-time flavours of western classical elements were added it It is more rooted and has a worldly sound to it It is the first time that I am doing music for any of Prateik’s movie and despite not knowing the language has brought in a different dimension to the film with his class act and interpretation of a very complex role” The film which stars Paoli Dam opposite Prateik and also has Indraneil Sengupta and Soumitra Chatterjee in pivotal roles will hit the theatres globally on April 14 and in India on June 2 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: September 2 2017 3:56 am The goat has an unusual brown spot underneath its neck that resembles the Arabic symbol of ‘Allah’ (Source: Express) Top News ON Saturday Gopalrao and son Kapil Sohail plan to return home in Ajmer dejected after their highly-priced goat found no buyer at the Deonar abattoir for Bakri Eid With the festival slated on Saturday they waited in final hours on Friday hoping someone would show interest and offer a huge cash amount “A lot of people came to look at our goat But nobody had the money to purchase it” Gopalrao said Their “Allah wala bakra” was laced with necklaces as it sat on a wooden table On its white fur with brown spots one of the spots resembled ‘Allah’ written in Arabic for which the Sohails decided to keep the price tag of over a crore of rupees They showed its neck where the natural mark is to every probable buyer who came to Deonar to shop for a goat for Eid “We may bring it next year” Kapil says On Wednesday the goat was priced at Rs 10000786 when they first displayed it for sale By Thursday the price was reduced to Rs 5100786 “The rains on Tuesday were so heavy that prices of goats in the market fell This has only happened in Mumbai” Kapil says He brings 35-40 goats to Mumbai every year for Eid Traders saw a dip by Rs 2000-8000 in the Deonar abattoir in the price of each goat The entire abattoir was submerged in waist-deep water drenching goats until they were shifted to a higher location at a slaughterhouse after three hours In other parts of Mumbai goats that remained dry were sold at higher prices [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top News I believe his strongest areas are writing the script, Tell us about your conversation with Mamata.s futureDaniel Brook When French traveller Louis Rousselet arrived in mid-19th century Bombay, stare each other down across the maidan. 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