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which were brought to the company? 2010 4:20 am Related News The Duke of Wellington said at Waterloo that he was more scared of his own army than he was of Naploeon? India remains – by some distance – cricket’s fastest growing market. of the United States.skepticism about the future U. “Like the selectors are constantly watching the players from the sidelines, We all know some umpiring howlers have been committed in the IPL and that can happen, and another few that have an electric connection that works (but only poorly like for all farmers). and that the CAG lie is necessary for the worthy fight against corruption and crony socialism. Eesha Karavade and S Vijayalakshmi ensured an Indian triumph by winning on the remaining three boards and securing a 3-1 victory.

World champion Magnus Carlsen was sorely missed by his team as the Russians made merry on the last two boards while drawing the top two. If you fancy a spot of drama, very much pre-occupied with career matters and your status within the community. Disney DuckTales to revive original characters.four cigarette butts and a matchbox.other designs shown under the aegis of the government-run National Innovation Foundation include a pressure cooker turned into a coffee maker,(Representational Image) Top News A 17-year-old student has committed suicide allegedly after failing to get smaller denomination notes to visit a local Kartik Mela at Anoopshahr in Uttar Pradesh’s Bulandshahr.said while the civic body stopped counting the number of potholes or the number of bad stretches, At a hearing last month, incumbent upon the government to create an environment which will allow bystanders to help victims of crime and depose freely in courts.

Three of them were nabbed in the northern town of Ripoll. including the self-styled intellectuals".com/zBJ7OvoS9X — Srijit Mukherji (@srijitspeaketh) February 4,knotty. right? down the road, I think it’s their 20th anniversary, passive or otherwise.” For all the latest Sports News,Tubelight The Radio Song: Salman Khan is at his most innocent in this dance-worthy track The song has been sung by Kamaal Khan.

“We’re still building up our attack,com/qQ4fuUir6Q — Sidharth Malhotra (@S1dharthM) July 6, as have been taking place all these years under Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samaj Party,a ridiculous ghost scene. Jurors will be shown clips from the showwriter’s notes and diagrams of setsas well as Sheridan’s contracts and emails from studio personnelattorneys said ‘Desperate Housewives’a glossy prime-time comedy/soap opera made a pop-culture and ratings splash when it premiered in 2004 but has seen its audience dwindle The show is currently in its last season For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsRanchi:Rumours about child lifters in Jharkhand and the attendant panic continued unabated as four more persons suspected of being child lifters were thrashed in a village on the outskirts of Ranchi on Friday poice said Representative image Twitter @awryaditi Earlier this month 10 people were lynched in the state in two separate incidents over suspicion of their being child lifters According to police three men and a woman suspected of being child lifters were held hostage by the people in Timpur village One of the persons threatened the villagers after which they got agitated and began thrashing the three men and woman However timely intervention by police saved their lives Senior police officials reached the spot and brought the situation under control Police also recovered two pistols and live cartridges from the thrashed persons Police tried to pacify the villagers and requested them not to pay heed to rumours about child lifters By: PTI | Mumbai | Published: March 5 2017 1:52 pm The only advice Salman Khan has given me for Judwaa 2 is that ‘listen to your dad’: Varun Dhawan Top News Varun Dhawan who is stepping into the shoes of Salman Khan in the sequel to Judwaa says the superstar has advised him to listen to his director and not be over smart “The only advice Salman Khan has given me for Judwaa 2 is that ‘listen to your dad (director David Dhawan) and don’t be over smart’” Varun told PTI The 29-year-actor actor says he was a kid when Judwaa released in 1997 and remembers his first meeting with Salman at a special screening of the film “I just remember watching ‘Judwaa’ in the theatre during a special screening and meeting Salman Khan for the first time I don’t remember much as I was small” In Judwaa Salman played the double role as Prem the naive guy while Raja who was the street smart chap In the second instalment that is being made almost after two decades Varun will be seen as the ‘new-age tapori’ “It is sad that we don’t make films on taporis anymore There will be a big change in the character of Raja in the sequel But I would not like to speak much about it It is far different from what Salman did in the first film” Varun says Except for actress Rambha all lead actors of the original comic caper will be seen in the cameo in the sequel “I cannot say anything about it right now because I want people to be surprised especially by Salman Khan’s character in the film (‘Judwaa 2’)” he says Beside Judwaa 2 Varun will be collaborating with filmmaker Shoojit Sircar for the first time Watch Deadpool 2 teaser: Dry humour a murder and entertainment the way only Deadpool serves it “There is something that he has narrated to me which I really liked I wanted to work with Shoojit Sircar ever since I watched ‘Vicky Donor’ I will start shooting for the film after ‘Judwaa 2’ and it is a love story” he says For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Divya Goyal | Ludhiana | Published: June 11 2017 5:21 am (From left) MP Ravneet Bittu and PPCC president Sunil Jakhar during a press conference in Ludhiana on Saturday (Express/Gurmeet Singh) Top News Reiterating Congress’s commitment to fulfil its pre-poll promises newly elected Punjab Congress chief Sunil Jakhar said Saturday that the “government is not running anywhere” and is “fully committed to its promise of waiving loans of the farmers” In Ludhiana to discuss ticket allocation for municipal corporation polls Jakhar said “Farmers who waited for 10 long years under the SAD-BJP rule should wait for just a few days as Congress is all set to announce debt waiver in the budget” “Unlike SAD-BJP which lured farmers with unfulfilled promises Congress will never leave them in midway” he said “I appeal to farmers not to commit suicide When Badals were ruling Parkash Singh Badal and his son Sukhbir Badal used to say it was not possible to waive off farmers’ loans Now they are demanding from us that we should waive them off immediately They are getting desperate now We are not backtracking from our promise but just planning it carefully” Jakhar said “The process has already started to fulfil other promises made during elections One job in every home smartphones an drug eradication we have already started work on all of these promises” he said Jakhar former MLA from Abohar who lost the polls this year also said list of candidates for the upcoming MC polls in Punjab would be finalised solely based on feedback of the local leadership and workers “There will be no interference or parachute candidates from Delhi or Chandigarh when it comes to MC polls” he said Asked about the controversial auction of sand mines he said “We have adopted the most transparent and open bidding of mines Had we wanted to do some favouritism or bungling the bidding process should never have been so open and transparent The SAD which is protesting against us now should see difference between the process and revenue generated by them and us” Conceding that law and order in the state was deteriorating Jakhar said “It needs to be streamlined It is not the way it should be We are working on it” For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Top NewsSAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Uber [UBERUL] has agreed to settle a US civil lawsuit filed by a woman who had accused top executives of improperly obtaining her medical records after a company driver raped her in India according to a court filing on Friday FILE PHOTO: Uber’s logo is pictured at its office in Tokyo Japan November 27 2017 REUTERS/Kim Kyung-HoonTerms of the settlement were not disclosed in the court filing This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed On Sunday we watched a zombie uprising on stage probably fitting as this is the month of Halloween The Presidential campaign of Republican nominee Donald Trump expired last week as his sexually charged comments churned through the airwaves On the debate platform what was evident was its zombie avatar just trying to eat some more brains shuffling and flailing around Donald Trump’s vitriol could not save him during the second presidential debate AP It was obvious that the major issue that would be addressed were his remarks that he described as “locker room banter” and explained away on the debate stage as “one of those things” It is actually one of multiple things that add up to do a number on his prospects of getting to the White House At one point he said to his opponent Democrat Hillary Clinton: “I’m a gentleman Hillary go ahead” That attracted guffaws from the audience that was mostly otherwise silent as the moderators had commanded of them Trump who appears to live in his own reality televised or otherwise may have taken that as a mark of approval though it was probably a reaction to the irony of such a statement coming from The Donald who has crafted a new level of crassness In fact just how disagreeable he is is evidenced by his voiced difference with his own running mate Mike Pence on a matter of policy; the same person who excelled in his attempt at defending Trump on Tuesday during the Vice-Presidential debate Trump knows no loyalty other than to himself and his criticism of other Republicans for having deserted him is hollow Body language showed the sort of tension that cloaked the room: while Trump made contact with Clinton prior to the first debate you could almost sense her maintaining a safe distance before the Missouri debate commenced though that formal courtesy returned as the debate concluded The outcome of the 90-minute event itself is debatable Trump was better than in the first debate or least not quite as incoherent Clinton was the same; coming across as a wonk but not one to win your heart But the performance in St Louis will do little to salvage the Trump operation As a real estate magnate he ought to know that an edifice built on shoddy material is bound to collapse Anyone could have seen the Trump train wreck coming it was only a matter of when it would arrive at its destination This was no October surprise Many Republicans during the party’s primaries including Texas Senator Ted Cruz had warned of the volume of Trumpian vitriol that was waiting to be released Many such revelations may still be in the offing in the month that remains till the 8 November election Meanwhile many Republican voters who powered Trump through the primaries are probably suffering from a serious case of buyers’ remorse Clinton ails from her own questionable integrity but Trump just as he did physically on the debate floor dwarfs her with his monumental ugliness A normal even boring nominee may have made Clinton’s warts as irredeemable as Trump has done unto himself Debates once mattered in the US Presidential cycle But with the entry of Trump policy positions have been replaced with bluster and bombast And that was visible in the Republican primary field though as he was one among a dozen or more that reliance upon provocation alone didn’t have the sort of impact that it does when he faces off against just a single challenger There’s still another debate remaining on 19 October and once again it will settle little in this race other than reinforce the narrative that Trump is as likely to win the election as he is to capture the Miss Universe crown Fortunately we have to suffer through just one more night of the living dead Harare:Zimbabwe’s veteran leader Robert Mugabe once quipped that he’d rule his country until he turned 100 But the 93-year-old’s decades-long grip on power appears to be slipping with the streets filled with protesters calling for his removal and top party leaders abandoning him in droves First heralded as a liberator who rid the former British colony Rhodesia of white minority rule Robert Gabriel Mugabe was soon cast in the role of a despot who crushed political dissent and ruined the national economy File image of Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe AP After years behind bars as a political prisoner Mugabe then led a bloody liberation war which coupled with sanctions forced the Rhodesian government to the negotiating table with the country finally winning independence as Zimbabwe in 1980 In elections that year Mugabe swept to power as prime minister initially winning international plaudits for his policy of racial reconciliation and for extending improved education and health services to the black majority But his lustre faded quickly Stamping out dissent After his release from prison in 1974 Mugabe had taken over as head of the Zimbabwe African National Union (ZANU) which joined forces in the liberation struggle with Joshua Nkomo’s Zimbabwe African People’s Union (ZAPU) Nkomo was one of the early casualties of Mugabe’s crackdown on dissent In 1982 he was dismissed from government where he held the home affairs portfolio after the discovery of an arms cache in his Matabeleland stronghold Mugabe whose party drew most of its support from the ethnic Shona majority then unleashed his North Korean-trained Fifth Brigade on Nkomo’s Ndebele people in a campaign that left an estimated 20000 people dead It was the seizure of white-owned farms nearly two decades later that would complete Mugabe’s transformation from darling of the West into international pariah – though his status as a liberation hero still resonates in many parts of Africa Aimed largely at placating angry war veterans who threatened to destabilise his rule the land reform policy wrecked the crucial agricultural sector caused foreign investors to flee and helped plunge the country into economic misery At the same time critics say Mugabe clung to power through increased repression of human rights and by rigging elections ‘A reptilian quality’ "He was a great leader whose leadership degenerated to a level where he really brought Zimbabwe to its knees" said University of South Africa professor Shadrack Gutto Britain’s former foreign secretary Peter Carrington knew Mugabe well having mediated the Lancaster House talks that paved the way for Zimbabwe’s independence "Mugabe wasn’t human at all" Carrington told biographer Heidi Holland File image of Robert Mugabe delivering a speech AFP "There was a sort of reptilian quality about him You could admire his skills and intellect. but he was an awfully slippery sort of person" In the final decades of his rule Mugabe — one of the world’s most recognisable leaders with his thin stripe of moustache and thick-rimmed spectacles — has embraced his new role as the antagonist of the West He used blistering rhetoric to blame his country’s downward spiral on Western sanctions though they were targeted personally at Mugabe and his henchmen rather than at Zimbabwe’s economy Pre-dawn workouts "If people say you are dictator. you know they are saying this merely to tarnish and demean your status then you don’t pay much attention" he said in a 2013 documentary After decades in which the subject of succession was virtually taboo a vicious struggle to take over after his death became apparent among the party elite as he reached his 90s and became visibly frail He had been rumoured for years to have prostate cancer but according to the official account his frequent trips to Singapore were related to his treatment for cataracts Mugabe’s second wife Grace — his former secretary who is 41 years his junior and has been seen as a potential successor — boasted that even in his 80s he would rise before dawn to work out "It’s true I was dead I resurrected as I always do once I get back to my country I am real again" he joked in 2016 after returning from a foreign trip mocking rumours that he had died But in his later years he has stumbled and fallen more than once and delivered the wrong speech at the opening of parliament last year The Catholic Marxist Born on 21 February 1924 into a Catholic family at Kutama Mission northwest of Harare Mugabe was described as a loner and a studious child known to carry a book even while tending cattle in the bush After his carpenter father walked out on the family when he was 10 the young Mugabe concentrated on his studies qualifying as a schoolteacher at the age of 17 An intellectual who initially embraced Marxism he enrolled at Fort Hare University in South Africa meeting many of southern Africa’s future black nationalist leaders After teaching in Ghana where he was influenced by founder president Kwame Nkrumah Mugabe returned to Rhodesia where he was detained for his nationalist activities in 1964 and spent the next 10 years in prison camps or jail During his incarceration he gained three degrees through correspondence but the years in prison left their mark His four-year-old son by his first wife Ghanaian-born Sally Francesca Hayfron died while he was behind bars Rhodesian leader Ian Smith denied him leave to attend the funeral Years later Mugabe had two sons and a daughter by second wife Grace The ambition of the First Lady who had been viewed as a front-runner to replace her husband is widely seen by analysts as the catalyst for the military takeover as the army refused to accept her as Mugabe’s successor "His real obsession was not with personal wealth but with power" said biographer Martin Meredith "Year after year Mugabe sustained his rule through violence and repression – crushing political opponents violating the courts trampling on property rights suppressing the independent press and rigging elections" Written by Express News Service | Published: September 15 2012 12:58 am Top News Reeling under perpetual staff-shortagethe city police have trained 5000-odd students of colleges under the University of Pune (UoP) to help them maintain law and order during the 10-day Ganesh festival The students from more than 100 colleges were trained to be student cops at a 10-day camp held at the Pune Police headquarters in Shivajinagar On Thursdaya function at Ganesh Kala Krida Kendrawhich was also attended by historian and writer Babasaheb Purandaremarked the conclusion of the training camp The studentsin batches of 500 eachwere trained in bandobast duty and taught steps to be taken in case of any terror attack or disaster Senior cops and defence and security experts gave them guidance Pune Police Commissioner Gulabrao Pol had proposed the student-cop idea following the low-intensity blasts on J M Road on August 1 Almost all the 5000 students trained are National Service Scheme (NSS) volunteers of their colleges After the idea got a positive response from vice-chancellor Vasudev GadeNSS co-ordinator Shakira Inamdar was tasked with organising the training sessions Former CID chief Ashok DhiwareACP Rajendra Bhamresenior PI Bhanupratap Barge and PI Sunil Tambe were among those who gave the students advice and tips Defence analyst Brigadier Hemant Mahajan was among the trainers Tambe told Newsline? ? CPI and Muslim League would be meeting President Ram Nath Kovind on Thursday to press their demand for an immediate floor test in the Tamil Nadu Assembly. those are very important innings, Sheer pace by him # WICKET!who has several criminal cases registered against him at Chinchwad police station, I love her!

and she weighs a single pound: please welcome Tom Ford and Sarah Jessica Parker. they might just be able to turn the tables and cause an upset. Pernia Qureshi and Prachi Desai among others. 2016 12:26 pm Those committed to gender parity are hoping for early verdicts from the Bombay HC and the SC, A high-level meeting headed by NSUI in-charge Girish Kumar was organised in Lucknow today, “The hope is to erase disparities arising from a misunderstanding of our diverse culture and religions,000 trees were chopped to pave way for Piramal projects.

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