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He also stressed on the importance of cleanliness As a model projectcorporate houses should take up Howrah Station and look after its cleanlinessSingh suggested For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsChandigrah | Published: March 2 2014 3:21 am Students outside an examination centre in Sector 35 Chandigarh on Saturday Jasbir Malhi Related News Heavy rain lashed Chandigarh throughout Saturday bringing down the maximum temperature four notches below normal while the minimum temperature was recorded at two degrees above normal Being the first day of Class X and XII board exams students had to face a lot of problem while returning home from their exam centres Many roads in the city were water-logged and rain water caused inconvenience to the commuters The condition of the approach road towards the Chandigarh railway station and the CTU workshop where the construction work is going on was further worsened Officials of the Meteorological Department said that as per the warnings on February 27 moderate rain or thundershowers were to occur at few places in Haryana and Punjab and then in Chandigarh within 48 hours From Thursday February 27 Chandigarh received 193 mm rain till Friday morning and the minimum temperature was recorded at 119 degree Celsius on Friday morning The city recorded 174 degree Celsius on Saturday Meanwhile till Saturday morning 8:30 am 26mm rainfall was recorded in the city by the Meteological department Director Weather Department Surinder Paul said “In February this year the city received 554 mm rainfall as compared to last year when the city received 909 mm rainfall From March 2 the weather will be dry but the mornings will be cooler for the next two days Though the hilly areas will continue getting rainfall for a week or so but the plain areas including Chandigarh will remain dry” For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: July 29 2012 4:34 am Top News In what could only be described as a bitter pill to swallow for the formidable IBM teamthree goals by forward Rishabh Gulati of Infosys sank their hopes of a win in their league encounter The ongoing Maharashtra Krida Inter IT tourney at the Rangehills Ground saw the two teams face-off inclement weather with showers slowing the pace of the game The game began slowly with both the sides taking their time to settle down on the ground It was in the ninth minute when Gulati who received an overhead pass took the ball through the IBM defence before chipping the ball in sweetly in the back of the net While the final tally of goals stayed at four goals to oneit was the manner in which the IBM team were categorically decimated The match that began after the shock opening goal saw the IBM forwards try to take the fight back to the other half with their attacking style of play Howeverbarely four minutes later Gulati again single handed made his way past the mid-field and the defence before once again finding the back of the net incensing the IBM keeper and the scoreline reading 2-0 It was the 22 nd minute when Jerrin James partnered with Gulatiwhile the defenders rushed towards Gulati he managed to pass the ball back to Jerrin only to find him completely unmarked Jerrin did not make a mistake in putting Infosys ahead by three goals In the second half a clinical pass to Gulati saw him complete his hat-trick and send Infosys four goals clear In the dying minutes of the game during the 48th minute IBM managed a solitary consolation goal when Martin Francis netted one for them In the other games of the day Tata Technologies defeated Honeywell 2-1 with Akshay Kumar scoring both the goals for Tata and Rohit Ghadge for Honeywell Capgemini on the other hand beat TCS 3-1 with Deepak Joshi scoring two goals and Sachin Patil one for Capgemini while Kunal Chakraborty scored for TCS For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: September 9 2012 6:18 am Related News A mobile repair shop worker suffered serious burns on the neck and face after a youth threw acid on himin what police believe was a case of mistaken identity Amit Vermawho works at a mobile repair shop in Sector 22was going to a public bathroom on Saturday when a youth threw acid at him and fled Some of the acid drops also fell on the feet of Tarveer Kaura resident of Sector 19who was standing nearby with her friend Both victims were taken to PGI Police suspecting the incident to be a case of mistaken identityas Amit reportedly did not have any enemies Incidentally the name of the owner of the shopwhere he workedis also Amit (Kumar) The owner was reportedly involved in a fight near Ram Darbar in Chandigarha few days agoand mentioned that the attack might have been planned against him A case will be registered after Amitthe victim of the attackgains consciousness He suffered serious burns on his face and neck and is currently admitted in PGI For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shantanu David | Published: June 28 2012 3:47 am Top News There seems to be no stopping the number of new dining establishments that are opening all over the National Capital Region Calling itself a Royal Awadhi cuisine restaurantKasturi is among the latest to swell the ranks of Gurgaons legion of eateries The exterior is an unassuming red brick facade in the Sector 15-II market The interiors are subdued and easy on the eye On one of the wallsthere are frescoes with an Awadhi motif while ambient light emanates from the columns latticed with woodwork The furniture relies on comfort more than ornamentationall the better to sink back into after one finishes the regal mealhopefully The menu is presented in a somewhat unusual format Divided according to meats rather than coursesit makes for a pleasant read We start off with a kebab platterwhich has a fair selection of starters Poultry is represented by a chicken seekh kebabof which we must admit we were not the biggest fans But that was till we tried the Kasturi version Hereit has an unusual flavour and is studded with tiny pearls of caramelised onionadding greatly to the texture The mutton galouti kebab is finea serviceable rendition of the classic The star performer of the platter though is the achari fish tikka Its a great snack for the summer the fish is swimmingly freshwith a marination so light that its ephemeral The achars tanginess just tugs at the edges of the palate For the main coursewe have what our server assures us is the house specialtyBhuna Murg accompanied by Nalli ki Naheri and assorted breads The lamb shank stew again defies the norm While most places serve their naheri either thin and cloudy or slick with fat and oilthe chefs here get it just right The gravy is thick without being overly richthe shanks well-stewed and fragrant Flouting the summer rule against red meat never felt this good This timethe poultry walks away with the honours Subtlety seems to be the chefs forte here and the taste of the bhuna murg is an aromatic medley of the chicken itself and various spices with a pleasing after-taste of the poppy seeds The gravies of both the dishes beg to be mopped up with the soft and pliant breadsand we are more than happy to oblige We round off the meal with some phirni Sweetmellow and chilledthe dessert girds us to face the sweltering heat outside Regardless of the weatherKasturi promises to become a favourite in Delhis dining diary Meal for Two: Rs 1800 (including taxesexcluding alcohol) Address: SCO 567Huda MarketSector 15-IIGurgaon Contact: 99537635080124-4214026 For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: November 7 2016 2:25 am Top News Among the slew of ‘emergency’ measures that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced on Sunday one of the most important is the order to temporarily shut the Badarpur Thermal Power Plant that is at present generating approximately 330 megawatt power for Delhi But this is not the first time that a decision to close the 40-year-old power plant has been taken Even last year after being concerned over the pollution from Rajghat and Badarpur plants the Delhi government had decided to close the plant But it remained just a policy decision as the plant is under NTPC Officials of the power plant however believe that closing the Badarpur plant would not affect the power situation in Delhi as the city already has surplus power “The demand for power during this season oscillates between 4000 megawatt to 4200 mega watts We have enough resources to meet the demand of power that we might lose by shutting the Badarpur power plant” added the official Senior officials also believe that Delhi will get electricity at cheaper rates from other resources if need arises “We have sufficient power” he said A senior official associated with the NTPC said “This is an emergency-like situation and we all need to contribute The shutting of the plant would just take a day and we don’t think NTPC would object to the CM’s decision This is among one of the measures taken to counter air pollution and it is for the welfare of the residents of the city” On the fly ash that has been attributed as a reason for the spike in pollution levels an NTPC official said “For the ash that has already been produced water will be sprinkled” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: January 14 2016 4:56 am Top News The state government Wednesday informed the Bombay High Court that it had initiated action against nine websites for selling drugs online These are among 86 sites identified as being involved in sale of Schedule ‘H’ drugs that otherwise require prescriptions The government said it has started cancelling licenses of suppliers The court was hearing a public interest litigation (PIL) seeking a ban on sale of Schedule ‘H’ drugs online without prescriptions or cash memos The government said that their own officers had tried to place orders online and had then contacted the cyber crime cell of the police to block sites found selling such drugs without prescription Government pleader P P Kakade said many of the websites were registered abroad “Out of 86 websites identified by us 44 operate in India and we have taken action against nine In such cases when we tried to contact the websites there was no confirmation or response The suppliers to such websites have also been served showcause notices and their licenses were cancelled” said Kakade The HC while saying that the government had made a good beginning asked them to strengthen action “You should also create awareness amongst customers that buying medicines without prescription is not permissible” said the court Kakade told the court that a meeting of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) commissioner and other officials had been held and a committee formed at the central level to look into whether online sales of medicines are to be allowed at all “The office of the Drug Controller General of India has communicated on the present subject to all states A sub-committee headed by commissioner FDA Maharashtra has been formed to keep strict vigil and take strict action against violation of rules The state authority should take up a public awareness programme and ensure strict vigilance of online sale of medicines” said the bench Justices N H Patil and A A Sayed were hearing a PIL filed by a Mumbai college lecturer Mayuri Patil through her lawyer Vallari Jathar The whole process of supplying drugs by websites is in violation of the Drugs and Cosmetics Rules1945 says the PIL mumbainewsline@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsMumbai: Aware of the stiff challenge awaiting them in the upcoming Test series Australia captain Steve Smith on Tuesday said winning in India will go down as the ‘best time of life’ for the players of his team India and Australia will engage in a four-Test series beginning in Pune from 23 February "It’s a great challenge to play here in India We know if we can pull something off and win a series here we can look back at it in 10-20 years as some of the best times in our life It’s a great occasion to play here in India" said Smith at his first media conference after arriving here File photo of Steve Smith AP Australia who are yet to win a Test in India since upsetting the hosts 2-1 in the best-of-three rubber way back in 2004-05 will commence their tour with a three-day warm-up game here against an India A squad "This is going to be a difficult tour and I am excited by that challenge All of us are excited about what’s to come in the next six weeks" said the 27-year-old Smith who is no stranger to Indian conditions after taking part in the Indian Premier League on a regular basis over the last few years India have not lost a Test series at home since losing to England in 2012 and have recorded comprehensive wins over Australia South Africa New Zealand and England Team coach Darren Lehmann who is also quite familiar with the conditions in India having coached a few IPL sides in the past concurred with Smith about the difficulties of taking on India at home "The preparations have been good It’s an exciting tour and India are a quality side with some quality fast bowlers along with spinners They have not lost in 20 Test matches at home and we know they are a quality side It’s a great challenge" said Lehmann Australia had prepared for some time in Dubai before reaching Mumbai on Monday and Smith said they had tried to play in conditions similar to what they will experience here "Boys have been in Dubai for some time now preparing on good wickets challenging themselves We have prepared very well and are ready to go" he said "We are excited about the tour and know it’s going to be difficult India are a very good team particularly in home conditions There’s a tour match (from 17-19 February at CCI) All the boys have been working hard formulating good game plans and hopefully will have a successful series" he added Smith said the Aussies are working hard to come up with ways to stop the incredible run-spree of India skipper Virat Kohli "We are trying to form a game plan but I am not telling you He’s a world-class player and has been batting very well He’s scored four double centuries in the last four series He’s a big player for India along with the others They have a strong top six and hopefully we can stop them" he said Kohli’s phenomenal form with the bat has seen him scoring 1457 runs in 13 Tests going back to India’s tour of the West Indies last year at an average of a shade over 80 per innings Smith said his batsmen will do well to have a good mix of offence and defence as the situation demanded "Batting in Test cricket is about making good decisions and doing it for long periods of time In Dubai the balls were turning and there was uneven bounce too The boys have got game plans They have worked hard to find what works for them Now it’s about implementing them and doing that for long periods of time" he said "We don’t want to change their natural game as it’s important to be positive and look to score The moment you start defending then you are in trouble But it’s important to defend too as ultimately defence helps you in trouble "They (India) have some great fast bowlers too apart from spin bowlers who can bowl well with the new ball and also reverse the old Defence is going to be incredibly important for us with the bat" he said Indian spin twins Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja are expected to be a major threat to their aspirations Conceding Ashwin to be a major threat Smith said they have formulated game plans to counter the premier Indian spinner who became the fastest to reach 250 wickets in Test cricket during the 208-run win over Bangladesh in Hyderabad in the one-off game that ended on Monday "Look all our batters will have game plans to try and counter him He’s a world class bowler and among the fastest to complete 250 Test wickets just a couple of days ago We know he’s going to be difficult to face but guys are going to formulate plans and hopefully they are going to get him out of the game as much as possible The Aussies had roped in former Tamil Nadu spinner Sridharan Sriram and ex-England left arm spinner Monty Panesar to give them tips on how to play in India Lehmann while saying they had got tips from these two former players also mentioned the Indian fast bowlers as a difficult proposition to face in their home conditions "We have taken the advice of Monty and Sriram on how to play the Indian spinners but they (India) also have some quality fast bowlers too" he said About his team’s bowling attack Smith was happy it has the right mix and singled out Josh Hazlewood and Mitchell Starc as the two bowlers who reverse swing the ball well "I have a good mix of bowlers The guys have been working hard and learning to adapt to ways to bowl in these conditions It’s totally different to back home in Australia "It’s important here to make sure you bowl in consistent areas and learn to use natural variations in the wickets It’s a big series and hopefully the guys can build up enough pressure get balls in the right areas and get rewards" he said "Reverse swing is incredibly important Josh Hazlewood and Mitch Starc are very good reverse swing bowlers Starc is a big player for us We saw how well he did on slow wickets in Sri Lanka with reverse swing and new ball as well No doubt he’s a dangerous player for us "India have some incredibly good batters and they (bowlers) are very excited about the challenge" he added Smith who has taken over the mantle of captaincy from Michael Clarke said he was slowly learning the intricacies of the job and the stint in Sri Lanka last year where they were blaned 3-0 helped him in this endeavour "For me it’s about understanding different times in the game to attack or defend to try and keep things tight and when you get a sniff go for it Captaincy in India is about knowing the right period – when to take the foot off the pedal and when to attack I think I learnt that in Sri Lanka "I have learnt a fair bit on the way You probably learn more from losing than in winning It has been a roller-coaster ride last year with regards to the result This team has come a long way" he said "Obviously I have played there quite a bit and I know that place quite well although I have not played a Test match it’s going to be different Still it will be quite nice to get out there and hopefully I can spend a lot more time in the middle out there" he said about the opening game in Pune which is hosting the first-ever Test Mohammad Amir should be allowed to "move on with his life" former England captain Michael Atherton said Thursday The gifted Pakistani’s career came to a shuddering halt during a Test against England at Lord’s in 2010 when he and new-ball partner Mohammad Asif were caught bowling no-balls to order on the instructions of captain Salman Butt as part of a tabloid newspaper sting operation All three received five-year bans from cricket and together with sports agent Mazhar Majeed jail terms File picture of Mohammad Amir AFP Amir who served three months in an English young offenders institute has only featured in the game’s shorter formats since his return to Pakistan duty in January But the 24-year-old left-arm fast bowler’s career will come full circle if he makes his Test return in the first of a four-match series at Lord’s next week Amir took an impressive three for 36 swinging the ball steeply at sharp pace in the first innings of Pakistan’s drawn tour-opener against Somerset earlier this week Despite concerns he might be jeered by fans Amir was warmly received by spectators at southwest county Somerset’s Taunton headquarters Now the cricket correspondent of British daily The Times the influential Atherton’s stance has helped smooth Amir’s path back into the international arena "I did have sympathy for the situation he found himself in" said Atherton who was chairing a preview press conference for series sponsors Investec at Lord’s on Thursday "He has served his time I hope he gets a good reception "I think he deserves a chance to move on with his life rather than looking backwards" Meanwhile Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq also on the panel reiterated his faith in Amir "I’m just focused on what is going on in the middle I have to focus on that and how he bowls and how he performs" said Misbah "He has the best chance to prove himself in the middle.We are there to support him" Amir was a teenager when he received his ban but his time in the international wilderness does not appear to have impaired his considerable skills judging by his Somerset display "I think he is the same" said Misbah "The pace is there and he is swinging the ball and has all the tricks to get the batsman out "He wasn’t that mature at that time (in 2010) and he is more mature now and that can help him become an even better bowler" – Respect – England captain Alastair Cook inadvertently upset Pakistan selection chief Inzamam-ul-Haq by previously suggesting Amir might get a rough ride from English fans But a conciliatory Cook said Thursday: "The one thing people have forgotten about is that the English-Pakistan relationship has been controversial over the 20 years but the last time we played in Abu Dhabi it was spot on "The spirit and respect they showed towards each other was at the right level" said Cook of a three-Test series Pakistan won 2-0 in November last year "Hopefully with the external stuff here with Mohammad coming back we can continue that relationship" Reflecting on facing Amir six years ago opening batsman Cook said: "You don’t see many 18-year-old’s bowl like he did he is an exceptional talent "It will be difficult for us" Asked if he would urge spectators against jeering Amir Cook who recently led England to a 2-0 Test series win over Sri Lanka said: "I don’t think I have got the power (to control crowd reaction) "One thing we can hope for this series is that the cricket is what we all talk about "I just hope we can talk about cricket and people’s skills" By: AP | Rennes | Updated: June 3 2017 2:16 pm Olivier Giroud is now firmly first choice and took his internationally tally to 26 goals in 62 games (Source: AP) Top News Striker Olivier Giroud led the way with a hat trick as France crushed Paraguay 5-0 in a friendly match on Friday Midfielder Moussa Sissoko and forward Antoine Griezmann completed the scoring to give France a morale-boosting win ahead of next Friday’s 2018 World Cup qualifier away to Sweden One year ago Giroud was jeered by his own home fans prior to the European Championship But he is now firmly first choice and took his internationally tally to 26 goals in 62 games The Arsenal center forward struck a neat volley at the back post from Ousmane Dembele’s right-wing cross and then met Dimitri Payet’s cross from the left with a low diving header to make it 2-0 after just 13 minutes Giroud completed his first international hat-trick _ and the first by a France player since David Trezeguet in 2000 _ when he turned in left back Lucas Digne’s cross midway through the second half Giroud was given a rousing ovation by the Brittany crowd in Rennes when he came off in the 73rd minute and his replacement Alexandre Lacazette set up Sissoko with a first-time cross from the right after breaking the offside trap in the 76th Just a minute later Griezmann thumped home following a mix-up in defense for his 16th international goal Setting a French record for goalkeepers with his 88th cap Hugo Lloris had little to do “Everything came together for us” France coach Didier Deschamps said “We played with a lot of intensity and speed even though it’s the end of the season” After facing Sweden in Stockholm the French have a friendly against England at Stade de France four days later For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Bangalore | Published: April 12 2017 9:53 pm Virat Kohli took part in rigorous fielding drills for RCB on Wednesday at the Chinnaswamy Stadium (Source: PTI) Related News Injured Royal ChallengersBangalore captain Virat Kohli who is yet to feature in the ongoing Indian Premier League on Wednesdaywent through some fielding drills during the team’s net session After spending some time in the pavilion Kohli climbed down the staircase before walking into the ground carrying his kit After doing a few loosening exercises Kohli sat on the chair to watch Sachin Baby and Chris Gayle bat in the nets After half an hour Kohli joined a bunch of players who were getting ready for fielding and catching drills at the Chinnaswamy Stadium The RCB captain was seen swiftly running around to hold on to some high and low catches under the watchful eyes of team’s fielding coach Trent Woodhill Kohli didn’t drop a single catch during the drill and was seen throwing the ball at wicketkeeper Kedar Jadhav with great power which is an indication that he has recovered from the shoulder injury he had suffered while fielding during the third Test against Australia at Ranchi The injury forced Kohli to miss the fourth Test at Dharamsala Virat Kohli had his right shoulder taped despite going through fielding drills (Source: PTI) Kohli on Tuesday had dropped hints that he may just make a return from injury in RCB’s next match against Mumbai Indians Kohli also posted a video on his instagram account of his gym session “Can’t wait to get back onto the field Almost there now on 14th April, ?would be "logistically equipped" by September 2018 to hold simultaneous polls for Lok Sabha and Assemblies. It said a further medical bulletin would be issued in due course. is also now more pronounced. starting with a brief profanity, We have decided to set it up on the fifth floor of the PMC office, Ashtekar said A ward-wise disaster management plan has been prepared and efforts have been underway for the last couple of months to set up video conferencing facilitiesAshtekar said Indian Medical Association (IMA) officialshoweversaid that the pace was slackening While IMA has put up detailed guidelines on its websitesDr Prakash Marathein charge of the disaster management celladmits that not many projects proposed by the earlier committees could take off This includes coordination with police to identify doctors and give them identity cards to enable direct access to the site of disaster An appeal to invite medical and non-medical persons as volunteers in the disaster management plantoodoes not have many takersIMA officials said HoweverMarathe said plans were being revived and several workshops to train were planned for training PMC doctors One such workshop is scheduled on October 3 District authorities said they have informally interacted with IMA doctors and hospital authorities to set up an emergency management forum Suhas Divasein charge of the Pune Management Disaster Division Systemsaid? reserved in the earlier DP and already encumbered by slums, the BMC decided to retain reservations provided by the Development Plan 1991-2011, who is said to be heading an Al Qaeda splinter cell in India.
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CISV is a global organisation dedicated to educating and inspiring students by nurturing inter-cultural friendships, This is the first victory that England have had over India in their otherwise forgettable tour that ends with a three match T20 international series India’s openers failed to fire yet again.Ajinkya Rahane was dismissed in the second over after making just onerun KL Rahul soon followed having been dismissed by Jake Ball who replaced an injured David Willey Skipper Virat Kohli and Yuvraj Singh then made 65 runs for the third wicket Both crossed their half centuries and India looked to be on their way to a victory before Kohli was dismissed by Ben Stokes MS Dhoni walked out into the middle and the noise levels in the crowd rose They probably expected another carnage from the two veterans but that was not to be as Yuvraj Singh became the fourth man to depart Dhoni soon followed suit and it looked like India might be crashing to a comprehensive defeat at Kolkata But then Hardik Pandya turned the tide on the visitors Kedar Jadhav soon joined in and England had a respite from the onslaught only when Pandya was dismissed That was not before he got to his maiden ODI half century While India kept coming closer to the target they kept losing wickets at regular intervals too Hence Kedar Jadhav was left with too much to do in the last over Unlike the pitches in the previous two matches which were nightmares for both sets of bowlers this was one that had something for them Sunil Gavaskar had earlier said that the team that wins the toss should be looking to bat first Virat Kohli though decided to let Englishmen wield their bats first trusting the success his team has had chasing England made India work for their breakthrough Sam Billings who replaced the injured Alex Hales in the opening position and Jason Roy put up a first wicket partnership of 98 runs Billings was the first man to fall Ravindra Jadeja provided the breakthrough in the 17th over Roy who was the highest scorer for England with 65 was bowled by Jadeja soon after Skipper Eoin Morgan in good touch after his ton in Cuttack then struck up an 84 run stand for the third wicket with Jonny Bairstow England lost four wickets between the 40th and 50th over but Ben Stokes smashed the Indian bowlers all around the park to take England’s total to 321/8 Ben Stokes was decalred man of the match for his unbeaten 57 off 39 balls and his three wickets including the crucial ones of Virat Kohli and Hardik Pandya But Kedar Jadhav was declared man of the series due to his unexpectedly consistent performances with the bat For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: August 22 2015 12:43 pm Dogg Pound’s Daz Dillinger said that they’re working on a movie tentatively called “Dogg Pound 4 Life” that would pick up where the NWA biopic left off Related News “Straight Outta Compton” is reportedly getting a sequel Dogg Pound’s Daz Dillinger said that they’re working on a movie tentatively called “Dogg Pound 4 Life” that would pick up where the NWA biopic left off reported TMZ The upcoming film is expected to focus on Snoop Dogg the late Tupac Shakur Nate Dogg Kurupt Daz Warren G and other West Coast rappers who reached stardom in the wake of NWA’s fame Death Row Records’ founder Suge Knight will also be included in the story Although it’s a “Straight Outta Compton” follow-up story it won’t likely star the same actors Share This Article Related Article Dr Dre and Ice Cube won’t be producing either but Cube has reportedly given his approval and Dre’s son Curtis Young is eyed for a role Directed by F Gary Gray “Straight Outta Compton” stars O’Shea Jackson Jr as his own father Ice Cube Corey Hawkins as Dr Dre and Jason Mitchell as Eazy-E It earned over USD 60 million on the debut weekend and has so far garnered more than USD 80 million against a budget of USD 29 million For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express AppWritten by New York Times | Published: September 10 2011 2:00 am Related News ROGER COHEN My daughter turned four that day She was in my arms as my wife and I ran down Remsen Street to the Brooklyn Promenade Smoke from the towers was thickening into a churning cloud Papers from incinerated brokerage houses fluttered across the East River beneath that sky I think of now as 9/11 blue Journalists are bound to observe which way people are moving and go in the opposite direction I boarded the Number 2 train at Clark Street The woman next to me was fighting back tears Her brother was in the North Towershe thought I tried to console her The subwayone of the last to runpassed beneath the inferno to Times Square It was my first day in a new job as an editor Id been at my desk 10 minutes whenat 9:59 amthe South Tower came down Adrenaline kicked in: the alchemy of newspapering Grief suppressed only became irrepressible a couple of days later A woman searching for her lost husband had tacked to a wall an ultrasound showing an unborn child who would now grow up fatherless That did it The fires burnedfed by molten steel buried deep They burned for weeks Sometimesin certain windsthe acrid-sweet smell below Canal Street carried into Brooklynan emetic reminder of what the fires had consumed I remember that One thing 9/11 teachesa decade onis that memory is treacherous It is ever shifting and unscientificclose to imaginationas distinct from history as emotion from form How many times since that day have I listened to people around the world expound on their theory of what really happenedbased on what they believe they saw No conspiracy has proved too outlandish or too foul to entertain Ive had to restrain myself Tell me your 9/11 and Ill tell you who you are Joseph Brodsky once wrote: If there is any substitute for loveits memory To memorisethenis to restore intimacy? the court seems to be within its right to test the basis — that Rawat had lost the trust of the House — on which the President’s Rule was imposed.
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