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bar and clubs in the city.statesmen (and -women) of both countries could take their pick from a relatively short list of marvellous-sounding clichés to paper things over. “The film’s shooting has started. 171 patients underwent free cataract surgeries at Washim Civil Hospital. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pragya Kaushika | New Delhi | Published: April 16, India were cruising along with a 2-0 lead but went on a meltdown mode and almost surrendered their lead before just about managing to eke out a 3-2 win. to Copa America? Eleven people were hurt, Authorities said he asked some of his victims if they were Muslim. we wanted to make a point that we are not afraid of Dawood Ibrahim.
always reaffirming ‘ MAIN HOON NA’ I love this man!! We all do!!#mmuuaahh #King #cherished The 40-year old actress shared a candid picture of the `precious` moment of bumping into her `Main Hoon Na` co-star on her Instagram account and captioned it as “So here we are trying to get little #Alisah to step forward for the picture…needless to say she was stuck to her Shahrukh Uncle like magnet! it`s the first time they met! #toocute #precious #happygang #memories #cherished #mumbaiairport” She then shared another `thrilling` and `well-behaved picture of the happy gang` and wrote alongside “Renee thrilled to be color coordinated with Shahrukh I am thrilled to have Alisah finally stand still in one place Finally we have a well behaved picture of the #happygang thank you @iamsrk for being YOU! Always loved and cherished!” We can’t help but remember their magical moment from Main Hoon Na: Watch Shah Rukh Khan and Sushmita Sen in Main Hoon Na: Be it young or old here`s another proof that King Khan rules the hearts of all the ladies For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Dimpal Bajwa | New Delhi | Updated: December 7 2015 1:23 pm Bollywood’s ‘Bajirao’ Ranveer Singh was one of the special guests at Salman Khan’s reality TV show show ‘Bigg Boss 9’ where he taught the ‘Dabangg’ actor steps of his ‘Malhari’ song from the film (Source: Twitter) Related News ollywood’s ‘Bajirao’ Ranveer Singh was one of the special guests at Salman Khan’s reality TV show show ‘Bigg Boss 9’ where he taught the ‘Dabangg’ actor steps of his ‘Malhari’ song from the film (Read:When Kriti Sanon shared a romantic dance with Salman Khan) Salman Khan who is known for bringing entertainment to the platform does not shy away from doing anything and the viewers witnessed his enthusiasm when he matched his steps with Ranveer’s steps (Also Read:Major controversies that have hit Deepika Padukone Ranveer Singh’s Bajirao Mastani) Knowing Ranveer Singh for his outspoken nature and over the top exuberance it would have been difficult for anyone to match up to his skills A video from the show where Salman Khan is seen copying Ranveer’s steps was posted by Colors Twitter handle @RanveerOfficial teaches @BeingSalmanKhan the steps to ‘Malhari’ #BB9WithSalmanKhan http://s.tco/CHBqJhPq2J — Bigg Boss (@BiggBoss) December 6 2015 Sporting a similar haircut and quirky avatar the two seemed to be enjoying every bit of it on stage while the crowd seemed to go gaga over them After Varun Dhawan and Kriti Sanon promoted ‘Dilwale’ on the show it was Ranveer Singh’s turn to come on the show sans his co-actors Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra In the coming days Salman’s friend Shah Rukh Khan will also be seen with the former under one roof Ranveer Singh’s ‘Bajirao Mastani’ directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali will release on December 18 along with Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol starrer ‘Dilwale’ For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Sonup Sahadevan | Mumbai | Updated: October 13 2015 6:12 pm When we asked Alia about Sidharth’s New Zealand rendezvous Alia turned towards Shahid and said “I saved you all this while Now it’s your turn to save me” Related News There was a time when Alia Bhatt enjoyed rescuing her ‘Shaandaar’ co-star Shahid Kapoor from media when quizzed about wife Mira Rajput And now it’s Shahid’s turn to return the favour Watch: Shahid Kapoor and Alia Bhatt at the launch of ‘Shaandaar’ song ‘Raitaa Phail Gaya’: Shahid Kapoor turned the knight in shining armour for the damsel in distress Alia Bhatt at the ‘raita phail gaya’ song launch of Shaandaar When we asked Alia about Sidharth’s New Zealand rendezvous (the actor has been appointed as the brand ambassador for New Zealand tourism in India) and the pictures that he has been posting on social networking sites Alia turned towards Shahid and said “I saved you all this while Now it’s your turn to save me” Watch:Shahid Kapoor Comes To Alia’s Rescue When Asked About Sidharth Malhotra Shahid Kapoor promptly got up and feigned ignorance of knowing any one by the name Sidharth except a guy from Dharma’s marketing team who shares the same name as the ‘Ek Villain’ actor Share This Article Related Article Alia Bhatt meanwhile looked happy hiding behind Shahid For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News 6-1 win over No. and didn’t really get on a roll until after spiking his racket into the court in frustration in the third set. Modi said this year’s theme of ‘connecting people to nature’ was nothing but a way "getting connected with ourselves". over a year to plan the event out and get everyone to come together.but there was no effect for clear-cell kidney cancers. he leaves. download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: September 3, has extended support to BJP while other three Independents are considered Congress loyalists. there will never be ‘parivartan’ or ‘vikas’.
The people who become victims of these officials are our most vulnerable citizens. Real Madrid made a late bid of?177 million for the former Liverpool No 10 Fortunately for Barcelona fans Coutinho had his heart set on a move to the Camp Nou and even reportedly shelled out? and that "the two assailants came out and were killed by police". The director of the film Rensil D’Silva has described the movie as ‘a romantic thriller set against the backdrop of global terrorism. Swish Films even produced the Bollywood film ‘Main Aur Mrs Khanna’also starring Kapoorin Melbourne last year According to a March report in the Philadelphia Daily Newshundreds of workersincluding a stuntmancaterersa car dealer and the Philadelphia Boys Choirhad been left unpaid and bewildered when 500000 dollars worth of cheques issued by Swish allegedly bounced ‘If you encounter a Swish Group employeeimmediately grasp the pocket your wallet is in and carefully back up Do not turn your back on them It is the equivalent to dropping the soap in a prison shower’ the Age quoted stuntman John-Eric Schuman as saying on a website he set up to publicise Swish’s alleged actions Swish Films is one of several subsidiaries of Swish Groupand they have all been placed in voluntary administration this weekwith a creditors’ meeting to be held on Monday While Swish Group managing director Cary Stynes did not return callshe had said in March that the cheques issued by Swish were not honoured because of a delay in a transfer of funds from Australia Several businesses and crewmembers filed a lawsuit against Swish and Dharma Productionsin the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas in Mayclaiming that they were owed a total of 150000 dollars Meanwhile Dharma has claimed that it gave money to Swishwhich was then supposed to pay the castcrew and contractors Despite thisDharma has said that it has made settlement offers ‘in good faith’ to creditorssome of which have been accepted and it would also take legal action against Swish to recover the money ‘So far as we are concernedwe had not entered into any contracts with any of the claimants under the lawsuit and all contracts were between Swish and the claimants The claimants have no rights against Dharma Productions and we have been advised that we are not liable under the lawsuit’ said a company statement Howeverthe announcement released to the ASX by administrators CJL Partners yesterday has not listed any of the American businesses and individuals allegedly unpaid by Swish The total owed to Swish Group creditors is calculated to be 621464 dollarswhile the parent company is listed as owing 116 million dollars CJL Partners’ Adrian Warry has said that the administrator was still waiting for Swish directors to notify it of all creditors For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Daksh Panwar | Kanpur | Updated: September 26 2016 8:33 am R Ashwin once again nailed New Zealand’s skipper Kane Williamson to enter the 200-wicket club (Source: AP) Top News India has become an intimidating place for a visiting team’s batsmen in Test matches of late Their spinners the best in business hunt in a pair — sometimes in a pack — giving little relief from either end The close-in fielders surround the bat adding to the claustrophobia And you can’t even trust the ground underneath your feet Actually it’s the most treacherous of them all The top surface is flimsy and doesn’t need much coaxing to give way to rough uneven patches of earth from where the ball might turn or go straight bounce or stay low skid or slow down Pretty much from the same landing point The degree of difficulty becomes greater still in the fourth innings when chasing an improbable target Everything and everyone is out to get you including the crowd who amplify their team’s appeals which are made almost every ball to insane decibel levels It can sometime even get to the nerves of the only two people who aren’t against you: the umpires A win is out of question the Test mach becomes a battle of survival New Zealand found them in this situation on Sunday afternoon when India declared at a whopping 377 for five in the second innings setting a target of 434 runs Not that the records mean anything in the context of this game but for those who still insist the highest successful chase in the 139-year history of Test cricket is 418 by the West Indies The highest chase in India in 84 years is 387 by India New Zealand wouldn’t have bothered themselves with these meaningless numbers Their target would have been to escape from the last session with minimal damage Theoretically if India could bat with abandon earlier in the day so could they The Blackcaps needed to ignore the fact that the inadequacies of their own spin resources contributed to India’s total in the second innings You have to clutch at straws when you are facing Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja in their territory Ashwin magic It was the second over the innings Ashwin came from around the wicket to bowl at the left-handed Latham The first ball drifted in as the new ball sometimes does But it also turned significantly which you don’t expect from a shiny hard ball There are two ways out when you are in such a pickle One you summon your inner steel and fight it out or die trying Two you just give up and die — perhaps wanting the ordeal to end as quickly as possible Latham fell trying to fight it out Martin Guptill self-destructed In the last couple of years Guptill has emerged as one of the most explosive and impactful batsmen in limited overs cricket But aside of his 156 in Dunedin against Sri Lanka in December 2015 the opener hasn’t done anything of note in the last one year in the five-day format He came into this Test match on the back of a poor South Africa series and his place in the XI came under pressure after 15 and 0 in the warm-up match in Delhi His 21 in the first innings at Kanpur was edgy READ:The Green Park pointer: Death of Test cricket is grossly exaggerated It was against this background the prepared to face Ashwin A fuller ball outside off and Guptill went down on one knee to sweep it He inside-edged it onto his shoe and the rebound was caught at silly point Four balls later Ashwin trapped Latham the way he had got him on Day Three He tossed up what looked like an off break and Latham came forward trying to play for the turn It went straight and caught him plumb in front Kane Williamson tried to settle some nerves but became the landmark 200th Test scalp for Ashwin when the New Zealand captain went back to play the off-spinner but was beaten by a devilishly turning ball As the umpire’s finger went up in response to the lbw appeal Ashwin was swamped by his teammates Two hundred wickets in 37 matches Come to think of it: only one bowler has reached there at a better clip the Australian Clarence Victor Grimmett and he did so nearly a century ago Ashwin might have possibly been there faster had the final Test in the West Indies not been rained out “Maybe Clarrie Grimmett was a nicer man than I am” Ashwin remarked at the press conference “I think it just had to be that way I guess It’s fine honestly There are a lot of positives to look at and lots of good memories that I’ve created over the last five-six years of international cricket and to look back and feel sore about it is not the right way to go about my career I feel So I’m just happy where I am right now” Some of the giants on whose shoulders the tall offie now stands include Dennis Lillee Waqar Younis Dale Steyn Malcolm Marshall Shane Warne and Muttiah Muralitharan And what is almost scary is what’s in store With India set to play 12 more matches at home in the next months it’s possible he may well be in sight of the 300 mark by March Ashwin is not thinking that far though “Everybody keeps talking about 13 Test matches in the season for me but as far as I’m concerned it’s one day at a time Try and probably close out the Test match tomorrow take a 1-0 lead and then take it forward from there” PHOTOS:India six wickets away from 1-0 lead in Test series against NewZealand Ross Taylor helped that cause by throwing his wicket away His was a hare-brained runout — the bat hanging in the air even though it was comfortably past the line New Zealand were four wicket down for 56 Rohit unburdened The contrast was highlighted by the fact that India had lost their fourth wicket at 228 The home team lost Murali Vijay early on Sunday and it seemed there would be a repeat of the first innings where the breaking of the second wicket partnership led to a flurry of wickets India lost Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara in the space of 14 runs however a couple of dropped catches allowed Ajinkya Rahane and Rohit Sharma to pull away With little pressure on back as India were comfortably ahead and the liberty to bat till tea Rohit’s batting was unencumbered The drives were flowing and the lofted shots were going in vacant spaces and not in the hands of fielders He made and unbeaten 68 and Jadeja brought up his fifty too when Virat Kohli decided to declare and put a deflated New Zealand on the mat Through Ashwin’s record book 1st wicket (1st Test Feroz Shah Kotla 2011): West Indies batsman Darren Bravo was Ravichandran Ashwin’s first Test wicket Ashwin was bowling from around the wicket and the left-hander tried to cut but for the ball to skid straight off the surface and hit the stumps He went on to pick nine wickets in the match and was adjudged man of the match 50th wicket (9th Test Ahmedabad 2012): Another bowled This one was more classical in rendition as it spun wickedly from outside the off-stump to sneak through the huge gap between England opener Nick Compton’s bat and pad He was the fastest Indian but the 18th quickest overall to this mark 100th wicket (18th Test Mumbai 2014): West Indies skipper Darren Sammy literally gifted him the wicket as he attempted an agricultural slog across the line to give Rohit Sharma a simple catch in the ring He was yet again the fastest Indian and the fifth fastest in the world to accomplish the milestone He took seven wickets in the match which was Sachin Tendulkar’s farewell Test 150th wicket (29th Test Mohali 2015): A typical Ashwin dismissal in the subcontinent as he made one turn and bounce on good length procuring an inside edge off South Africa’s Imran Tahir onto his pads which was swallowed by Cheteshwar Pujara at short-leg He became the fastest Indian and the eighth quickest in the world to the feat He picked eight in the match on perhaps the most spinner-friendly surface dished out in Mohali 200th wicket (37th Test Kanpur 2016): Ashwin certainly thought he had his 200th scalp when a delivery turned viciously and kept mind-bogglingly low to ping Kane Williamson in front But the umpire reckoned it was heading down the leg But a few overs later he had Williamson adjacent with a quick sharp off-break thus becoming the second fastest to take 200 wickets in Tests one more than it took for leg-spinner Clarrie Grimmet For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: August 29 2016 4:02 am Top News One person was killed and at least 20 others including nine policemen were injured in a clash after a mob blocked National Highway-34 at Farakka in Murshidabad on Sunday morning demanding restoration of electricity to a village Till Sunday night 21 people had been arrested Two live bombs were also recovered from the spot Locals said that they had organised an agitation demanding steps to correct the highly irregular electricity supply to Jhikra village and the police had opened fire on them The deceased identified as Jamal Sheikh (28) was a resident of Balidapukur While protesters claimed he was hit by a bullet fired by policemen the police maintained he was killed in firing by members of the mob Jamal was rushed to a hospital in Jangipur where he declared brought dead on arrival Anuj Sharma ADG (Law and Order) said Jamal’s body with multiple injuries on the back was found at a distance of around 200 metres from the spot where the clash took place “It was not clear if he was injured by bullets or bomb splinters He could have been injured while locals attacked the police or when he was trying to flee the spot” Sharma said Hundreds of villagers squatted on the highway on Sunday morning protesting against the non-availability of power resulting in a traffic jam A team from Farakka police station arrived at the spot to disperse the crowd When the villagers refused to lift the blockade a heated argument followed An irate mob then started pelting stones at the police and damaged two of their vehicles Fifteen buses and a car of a local government official were also damaged Initially the police resorted to lathicharge but later they too started pelting stones at the mob said sources The police also claimed that villagers had hurled crude bombs at them Samir Ranjan Lala OC of Farakka police station had received a head injury while eight other police officers had sustained injuries Though the police were initially outnumbered additional force arrived later “The mob had gone unruly so we had to fire three rounds in the air But the one who died had been behind by hundreds of others So it is unlikely that he died of a bullet injury” said Murshidabad Additional SP Angshuman Lala The crowd thinned a bit after 1 pm but the area remained tense till late in the day For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsThe troubles plaguing the Australian test team will have little bearing on their one-day side’s performance in the three-match series against New Zealand starting on Sunday according to Black Caps coach Mike Hesson File photo of New Zealand coach Mike Hesson (L) and former captain Brendon McCullum Reuters Steve Smith’s test side have been pilloried by fans and their own media after they lost their latest series 2-1 at home to South Africa That defeat came on the back of a 5-0 one-day series loss in South Africa and a 3-0 test series defeat in Sri Lanka leading to plenty of questions being asked about administrators management and the players Hesson however said Australia’s one-day unit was far more settled than the test team and his side could not presume such turmoil would be evident at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Sunday "It has been remarkably consistent barring the South African series" Hesson told reporters in Sydney on Thursday "They have been very good for a number of years and are currently number one in the world "I don’t think the unsettled nature of the test side will carry over to the one-day side" The timing of the one-dayers which includes matches in Canberra on 6 December and ends in Melbourne on 9 December has been questioned by some Australian pundits with it falling between test series against the Proteas and Pakistan Smith also told reporters in Sydney on Wednesday it was not "ideal" but his team would just need to adapt something Hesson agreed with "Both teams have been aware about that calendar for the last 18 months so I don’t think it has snuck up on anybody" Hesson said "We are all aware that we have to rotate from one form or another on a weekly basis and that’s just part of being an international cricketer" Hesson added with the international retirements of players like former captain Brendon McCullum Grant Elliott Daniel Vettori and Kyle Mills his team were in transition from the one that lost the 2015 World Cup final against Australia "We are missing some key players We lost over 1000 international games (of experience) since the World Cup" Hesson said "Replacing that experience is a real challenge but we have got a few new guys who are unknown "Lockie (Ferguson) is one of those" Hesson added of the uncapped fast bowler "Lockie is capable of bowling at pace and. with Adam Milne missing he gives us that point of difference in our attack "It’s difficult because it is his first series and there will be some nerves but he’s a confident character" By: Reuters | Updated: February 28 2017 4:13 pm Mario Goetze has also suffered with muscular problems in recent months prompting a comprehensive internal investigation (Source: AP) Top News Borussia Dortmund’s attacking midfielder Mario Goetze has been ruled out “for the time being” because of what the Bundesliga club have described as “metabolic disturbances” Germany’s World Cup winner has suffered with muscular problems in recent months prompting a comprehensive internal investigation into the possible causes the club said on Monday “Those investigations revealed the player has metabolic disturbances rendering it absolutely necessary to withdraw him from team training for the time being” said a statement The 24-year-old Goetze who scored the winning goal against Argentina in extra time in the 2014 World Cup final has featured for only 24 minutes of league action so far this year “I’m currently undergoing treatment and will do everything in my power to be back in training and helping my team to achieve our common goals as soon as possible” Goetze said in the statement on the club’s website (wwwbvbde) Dortmund are third in the Bundesliga standings 13 points adrift of leaders Bayern Munich with 12 matches left They are also in the Champions League last 16 where they trail Benfica 1-0 from the away leg ahead of the return on March 8 They visit third-tier giant killers Sportfreunde Lotte in the German Cup quarter-finals on Tuesday “We’re happy to have now uncovered the reasons for Mario’s difficulties and are convinced that his extraordinary abilities will give us additional quality once he has completely recovered from this” said Dortmund’s sporting director Michael Zorc For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sakshi Dayal | Gurgaon | Published: July 26 2016 3:23 am Father alleges foul play dowry demand; in-laws claim she killed child and committed suicide (Exprss Photo: Manoj Kumar) Top News The bodies of a 22-year-old woman and her one-year-old daughter were discovered at their home in Pataudi early Monday morning said police The woman’s father has accused her husband and in-laws of murder and also levelled dowry demand charges but they have dismissed the allegations police added While the woman Neeru was found hanging from a ceiling fan her daughter Sakshi was discovered near a bucket of water in which she was reportedly drowned said police Neeru lived with her husband Govind and in-laws in Daulatbad Kuni village in Pataudi Neeru’s in-laws Kundan and Sheila claimed she killed her daughter before committing suicide said police Neeru’s in-laws claimed they found her hanging and their granddaughter’s body was discovered near the bucket outside their home police added Govind who works with a private firm claimed he was out on night duty said police The family called the police around 5am Neeru’s parents who live in Alwar Rajasthan were informed Neeru’s father Mukesh Kumar reached Pataudi and filed a case against her husband and in-laws at Pataudi police station “ They used to harass Neeru for dowry ever since she went to their house after marriage in 2014 Recently they had been demanding Rs 50000 from her They killed her because she failed to give the money to them” he alleged He also alleged that Govind was involved in an extramarital affair “He was involved with another woman our daughter had told us about this when she came home earlier this month We had tried to reason with him that he should not do all this He said he would stop but instead of doing that he killed her” Kumar alleged ACP Hawa Singh PRO of Gurgaon Police said “We have registered a case against her husband and his parents under sections 304 B (dowry death) 302 (murder) 498 A (husband or relative of husband of a woman subjecting her to cruelty) and 34 (common intent) of the Indian Penal Code We will know more after the post-mortem report has been studied and investigations are conducted” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by SURBHI KHYATI Sabyasachi Bandopadhyay | Kolkata | Published: February 20 2014 6:20 am Mamata and Mukul Roy will address rallies in other states (ashi Tobgyal) Related News Seeking to play a decisive role at the Centre after the Lok Sabha election West Bengal Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress president Mamata Banerjee is set to hit the campaign trail in other states beginning March Having secured her party’s base in Bengal she is now likely to focus on the north-east states where the Trinamool Congress has some presence and Uttar Pradesh where she will be addressing eight rallies Mamata who met leaders from UP Wednesday in Delhi asked TMC state president to submit list of perspective candidates by March 9 “She has said that we will contest elections from considerable number of constituencies in Uttar Pradesh We have been asked to prepare the probable list of constituencies and candidates by March 9 after which she will decide on the candidature from each constituency” said Shyam Sundar Sharma state president and party’s only MLA in UP Earlier Sharma had told The Indian Express that TMC had plans of contesting elections from 10 to 15 “good seats” in the state The party has already held rallies in Azamgarh Mirzapur Pilibhit Barielly and Lucknow in February and another rally in Mathura in December and is expected to finalise constituencies from these regions “She has to address at least eight rallies here next month We will try and organise two rallies in a day We have to propose the dates of her rally” Sharma said Apart from UP Mamata had announced to field candidates in Bihar Jharkhand Manipur Tripura and Orissa Sources in the party said Mamata will address rallies in Agartala (in Tripura) on March 25 Guwahati (in Assam) on March 26 followed by one in Imphal (in Manipur) in March In Manipur TMC is the main opposition In the 2012 Assembly elections in that state the TMC had won 7 seats in the 60-member Assembly In Tripura the party is rapidly gaining ground In September last year 500 Congress supporters including three former ministers joined the party Leaders from various states have already requested Mamata for campaigning “We want Didi as prime minister of the country as we do not see any other politician as honest as her We have told party general secretary Mukul Roy that Didi has to come to our state to address a couple of rallies He will take it up with her” K Jainuddin general secretary of Kerala TMC told The Indian Express K T Paul who came with the Kerala delegation to Kolkata to attend Mamata’s Brigade rally said “Didi is very popular there” Incidentally Mukul Roy had addressed a party convention at Kozhikode in December last year He had also addressed conventions in UP and Tamil Nadu “We have great prospects in states like UP and I am sure if Didi goes there for campaigning our party will do well” Kalyan Banerjee party MP said For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: March 29 2013 1:57 am Related News A 32-year-old Ambegaon resident and a 45-year-old from Maval tehsil in Pune district died of swine flu on Thursday taking the toll since January to 20 The 32-year-old suffered a cardiopulmonary arrest The alcoholic and gutkha-tobacco addict had been suffering from fever and knee pain since March 18 He was admitted to Todkar Hospital in Manchar on March 22 and later shifted to Unicare Hospital in Chakan As his condition deterioratedhe was moved to KEM Hospital in Pune where he was kept on ventilator This is the 13th death in Pune Municipal Corporation limits since January The 45-year-old was a diabetic He died at Niramaya Hospital in Chinchwad His was the seventh swine flu death registered by Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation since January For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related News In 1969,Kolkata: Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) will look to pull out all stops in their bid to rubber-stamp a playoff spot when they take on already-qualified Mumbai Indians in their final Indian Premier League (IPL) engagement at the Eden Gardens on Saturdaycom, and tweets @SnehalPradhan Japan PM Abe sends ritual offering to Yasukuni shrine for war dead | Reuters World Reuters Aug 15, “In Maharashtra, SAD yet to decide on parallel rally WHILE the ruling SAD had declared that it would hold a parallel rally on the same day as the Congress rally in Bathinda.
said Navi Mumbai Police Commissioner A K Sharma. the controversial but decisive step to ration roads on odd-even days. "That will be discussed by our unit there and the Congress, but we don’t want to go into an Olympics aiming for second or fourth, the judge remarked.an Indian adaptation of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, In the present instance of conducting its AGM against the diktats of the committee, for the first time, even make mushrooms that don’t brown as quickly.
Today the country is reeling from Naxalite attacks.