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IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsPti | Published: February 23,who had said that since over 197 witnesses had already been examined and only 30-40 prosecution witnesses remained,Chembur,200 otherwise, said a parent who filed the FIR The school said fees were being charged only after the Parent Teachers Association (PTA) gave its approval Fr Paul Juliusmanager of the schoolsaid?Entertainment Tonight online.Washington welcomed her first child daughter IsabelleAmarachi in April 2014 “You know it just turns your world upside down in themost beautiful way She makes me better I hope every day Ifeel very lucky to be her mom” she said Giving advice to new mothers the “Night Catches Us”actress said one should stay honest and open “I just think it’s really important to share It’s reallyuseful when as moms we can be honest about our processbecause it’s so challenging I really love being a part ofthis community of moms in the world now where we get to shareour experience in this magical adventure” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: April 25 2016 1:30 pm With hits like “Roja” and “Bombay” in the early ’90s Arvind Swamy became a household name but a long sabbatical and almost 20 years later the actor says he is comfortable if people do not recognise him as stardom is something he never craved for in the first place Related News With hits like “Roja” and “Bombay” in the early ’90s Arvind Swamy became a household name but a long sabbatical and almost 20 years later the actor says he is comfortable if people do not recognise him as stardom is something he never craved for in the first place Arvind was introduced as an actor by filmmaker Mani Ratnam in 1991 with the Tamil film “Thalapathi” The 45-year-old actor rose to prominence with the success of “Roja” (1992) and “Bombay” (1995) Arvind whose last Hindi film was “Raja Ko Rani Se Pyaar Ho Gaya” in 2000 took a sabbatical and spent a decade in trying his hand in business The actor returned to full-fledged acting with Mani Ratnam’s film “Kadal” in 2013 and will be next seen in the Bollywood film “Dear Dad” “Stardom doesn’t appeal to me in anyway Of course I want people to like my work but in my mind I’ve consciously created a line where I don’t think of myself as a big star I don’t expect people to know my name I don’t get offended if people don’t know me” Arvind told PTI “I just want to be myself I want to act in films and not expect any special treatment I carry my own bags on sets I don’t have assistants around me I am very comfortable this way” he added Post his stupendous success in the Tamil film industry Arvind went on to act in Telugu and Malayalam films like “Mounam” and “Devaraagam” apart from starring alongside Juhi Chawla in the 1998 Hindi movie “Saat Rang Ke Sapne” which was produced by megastar Amitabh Bachchan Read More Despite getting immense recognition Arvind wanted to “run away” from the stardom as he was unable to deal with it “I was very young when I made my debut I was almost like a kid getting that kind of success and adulation which was difficult to cope I just wanted to run away from it Now I am prepared for it in the sense that I know what I have been through I can see it as love from people but back then I found it stifling” The actor who will be seen in a Hindi film after almost 15 years says he never expected the break to be this long in which he went through several ups and downs in life “Honestly I didn’t expect it to be such a long break I thought for a few years I would do something then I decided to single parent my kids and then I had an accident I went through a rough time physically and it took me a while to recover” he added Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: March 22 2016 1:31 pm Actor Ashim Gulati who was last seen on the small screen in the TV show “Gulmohar Grand” will be essaying the character of an athlete in the upcoming episode of “Yeh Hai Aashiqui” and the actor says he “thoroughly” enjoyed the experience Related News Actor Ashim Gulati who was last seen on the small screen in the TV show “Gulmohar Grand” will be essaying the character of an athlete in the upcoming episode of “Yeh Hai Aashiqui” and the actor says he “thoroughly” enjoyed the experience “I thoroughly enjoyed the experience working with the team and I hope that fans of the show shower their appreciation on the episode just like they have been doing throughout all the seasons” Ashim said in a statement The upcoming episode of the show will focus on two characters — Anokhi played by actress Sanaya Pithawalla and Ayush essayed by Ashim who are deeply in love but still haven’t reached a point where they can confess their feelings for each other Talking about his role Ashim said: “I play the character of Ayush a college student athlete smitten by a girl at first sight” The bindaas channel’s show airs on Sunday For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: December 17 2015 12:07 pm Samuel L Jackson is reuniting with Vin Diesel in the upcoming installment of ‘XXX’ (Source: Reuters) Related News Actor Samuel L Jackson is reuniting with Vin Diesel in the upcoming installment of action movie “XXX” The “Pulp Fiction” star has signed up to reprise his role as NSA Agent Augustus Gibbons in the third film in the franchise tentatively titled “XXX: The Return of Xander Cage” reported Ace Showbiz Diesel who portrayed leading man Xander Cage in the original 2002 film has announced Jackson’s return on his Facebook page writing “Excited to work with Sam again… his portrayal of Gibbons was so good… timeless Welcome to the Xander Zone” Jackson starred in both “XXX” and 2005’s “XXX: State of the Union” sequel which Diesel did not return for Diesel also revealed some concept art from the film on Instagram and announced current UFC Featherweight champion Conor McGregor will have a role in the new movie Production is reportedly underway in the Philippines Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone recently hinted that she will play the female lead in the film For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News Saurashtra and Bhuj on the weekends and our hotel occupancy was 80% last week. 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and just say,"We’ll deal with that later" they will be dealing with thenext North Korea because they are allowing them to go anddevelop advanced technology right there in front of them Indian shuttlers Kidambi Srikanth and HS Prannoy moved into the second round while B Sai Praneeth bowed out of the Indonesia Open Superseries Premier badminton tournament on Wednesday File image of Saina Nehwal and Kidambi Srikanth AFP In a gruelling 56-minute battle Srikanth edged past Wong Wing Ki Vincent of Hong Kong 21-15 17-21 21-16 while in a contrasting match Prannoy outplayed his Indonesian opponent Anthony Sinisuka Ginting 21-13 21-18 It was the end of the road for Sai Praneeth as he lost to second seed Son Wan-ho of South Korea in straight games 21-14 21-18 In a marathon match Srikanth started on a positive note winning the first game But soon the Guntur player lost his momentum and lost the second game In the decider Srikanth played to his strength and displayed some brilliant shots to prevail over his opponent In the other match it was a cake walk for Prannoy as his opponent Ginting never looked in the contention The Indian shuttler dominated throughout the match and ended up clinching the game In men’s’ doubles category Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty were thrashed by Fajar Alfian and Muhammad Rian Ardianto of Indonesia 9-21 19-21 and crashed out of the prestigious tournament Womens’ doubles pair of Ashwini Ponnappa and N Sikki Reddy also showed a dismal performance and bowed out of the meet The Indian pair were beaten by Dian Fitriani and Nadya Melati of Indonesia 21-19 19-21 13-21 in a match which lasted more than one hour On Thursday afternoon the Indians left in the fray in the singles events will present their credentials for claiming quarter-final berths Prannoy will clash with top-ranked Lee Chong Wei while Srikanth takes on Jorgensen Saina Nehwal will cross swords with Thailand’s Nitchaon Jindapol while PV Sindhu will play an evening match against Chinese-American Zhang Beiwen The Indian doubles teams will no doubt watch from the sidelines and cheer on their compatriots in the arena By: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: May 19 2016 8:45 am Senior deputy mayor Devesh Mudgil started public health work at Dadumajra Colony on Wednesday May 18 2016 Express photo Top News To save their BJP councillor from embarrassment Senior Deputy Mayor Davesh Moudgil and Deputy Mayor Hardeep Singh inaugurated the public health works in his ward after Mayor Arun Sood cancelled his plans at the last minute Sood could not attend the function as his mother was not ill Sat Prakash Aggarwal then immediately requested Moudgil and Singh to inaugurate his works as people in the Dadumajra Colony had already gathered and were waiting for the official ceremony Share This Article Related Article Talking to the Chandigarh Newsline Moudgil said: “ When I went Aggarwal told me that the mayor could not come because his mother was ill So we inaugurated it” The work of shifting sewer and water lines outside the houses and installation of pavers was started at an estimated cost of Rs 435 crore Earlier same work was done from house No 1 to 409 at an approximate cost of Rs 2 crore and remaining area from house No 1144 onwards will be completed by the end of this financial year at an estimated cost of Rs 725 crore Area councilor Sat Parkash Aggarwal said that this was the big problem faced by the residents of Dadumajra colony since last 20 years He said the water pressure in the Dadumajra Colony would get better with this project WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE Aggarwal said since the mayor’s mother was not well and the public had gathered he had requested Moudgil and Hardeep Singh to inaugurate it For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: May 6 2016 12:37 pm Neha Bhasin feels music videos should have singers as performers rather than film stars Related News Bollywood actors featuring in singles may have become the latest fad but singer Neha Bhasin feels such music videos should have singers as performers rather than film stars Neha of “Kuch Khaas Hai” fame says independent music is an opportunity for singers to directly communicate with their listeners and therefore they should feature in the videos too “I think Bollywood stars should stay away from independent music videos because this is our most personal anddirect way of connecting with our listeners Singers should be in the front in such videos than being a playback because that is something we anyway do in film songs” Neha told PTI “There was a time when stars were made out of music videos but today singers rely on actors to make their singles hit I find that sad” The singer has come up with her Punjabi folk single “Nai Jaana” and evidently featured in it too Neha says she would never have an actress starring in her single or album “I love doing my music videos I have grown up loving independent music and I am more of a performer than a playback singer and hence I want that if it’s my voice then it should be my face too” Neha started her music career after winning a competition in 2002 to form India’s first all girls band VIVA along with four other girls The group was formed at a time when non-film music had a dedicated following and hence became popular with the youth Two successful albums later the band split in 2004 Neha went on to do playback for Hindi films like “Fashion” “Mere Brother Ki Dulhan” and some Telugu and Tamil movies Read More Neha however feels that dominance of film music in the country is to an extent the reason why music bands and independent artists don’t get their due “’90s and early 2000s were times when we had music albums and singles We also had music groups but with the increased dominance of film music took away all of that “The problem is we never had a separate music industry we always had film music industry The west has it and that’s why musicians are stars and icons there” The 33-year-old singer is working on two singles right now and Neha says she will keep working on her music and does not mind taking her Bollywood playback career slow “I am selective with my Bollywood career I only want to do good work in Bollywood I will keep working on my own music because my heart lies there” Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLondon:The hero of Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory book was originally written as a black boy the author’s widow told the BBC on Wednesday "The first Charlie that he wrote about was a little black boy you know and I’m sure that was influenced by America" Liccy Dahl told BBC Radio 4 File image of Roald Dahl Getty Images The tale of Charlie Bucket’s adventures at the chocolate factory owned by Willy Wonka was first published in 1964 and is now available in 55 languages Liccy Dahl said the final decision not to write the main character as a black child was "a great pity" adding that it "would be wonderful" to see a reworking of the book to incorporate her late husband’s wish Donald Sturrock biographer of the world-famous children’s author said Roald Dahl’s agent "thought it was a bad idea" to include a black hero As with many of his books Charlie and the Chocolate Factorymade it to the silver screen in 1971 But according to Liccy Dahl her husband "wasn’t very happy" with the film version starring Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka A second movie version hit cinemas in 2005 directed by Tim Burton and with actor Johnny Depp taking in the role as the eccentric factory owner Numerous of Roald Dahl’s other children’s classics have made it onto the screen and stage many since his death aged 74 in 1990 They include Matilda about the life of a genius five-year-old which saw a 1996 film version ahead of a musical production by the Royal Shakespeare Company which opened in 2010 Despite becoming a celebrated author Roald Dahl’s became "extremely grumpy" when he was about to finish a book "I used to say to him ‘Surely you should be thrilled because you’ve finished a book’ He said ‘Yes but the fear of starting another one’" his widow told the BBC New Delhi | Published: February 4 2014 1:27 am The NGO run by Mitu Puri (extreme left) and Gitanjali Bhalla (extreme right) focuses on relieving and preventing the suffering of patients in the terminal stages of cancer (Indian Express) Related News Thrice every week Mitu Puri and Gitanjali Bhalla sit outside the B R Ambedkar Institute Rotary Cancer Hospital at AIIMS watching the constant stream of patients from across the country They are baffled by the vastness of the hospital and the number of people seeking admission here “Most of them do not even know what cancer is” Mitu says But that’s not the case with her and Gitanjali They know the pain of cancer and the toll it takes on loved ones And that is how their NGO — Pall Can Care began About five years ago Mitu lost her six-year-old son to cancer while Gitanjali saw her driver’s 11-year-old son die of cancer Although trained to be a pilot Gitanjali chose to volunteer at AIIMS along with Mitu Frequent trips to hospitals with her son had made Mitu realise that many patients were suffering simply because they did not know the procedures involved in availing treatment “When a patient comes here for the first time just getting into a ward could take them months Our group of volunteers tries to help them out and when someone needs immediate attention we request the doctors to see them” Mitu says The two friends do this full time and they pride themselves in being available to patients at all times Ignorance they say is one reasons why cancer is winning “By the time patients come here they are already in the last stages of the disease Many of them are villagers and if they have an ailment they first visit the village vaid It’s only after months of no relief that they turn to a doctor who then refers them to AIIMS” Mitu says Sometimes patients receive temporary morphine-induced relief and they do not return for treatment — they don’t have the money to make multiple trips to AIIMS “Everyone likes to believe that government hospitals are inexpensive but that is not true Chemotherapy can cost more than Rs 1 lakh in some cases That is a lot for a daily-wage earner with 10 mouths to feed” Gitanjali says The cancer institute often finds it difficult to accommodate the deluge of patients So many patients are forced to camp outside the AIIMS Metro station carrying their drips and tubes eating from street vendors Over the last two years Mitu and Gitanjali have learned a lot about cancer and its treatment They know the forms types and stages of cancer They know when to push a patient up a queue and request a doctor to see them out of turn Initially they were only involved in palliative care of children “but then we met these aged people who had come for treatment by themselves their families weren’t bothered” Mitu says And Pall Can Care expanded The NGO focuses on relieving and preventing the suffering of patients in the terminal stages of cancer While they get curative care from the doctors the NGO takes care of pain relief shortness of breath even bed sores Palliative care also involves offering a support system to help the patient live as actively as possible “We try to reduce their suffering and provide support to deal with the trauma” Mitu says Over the last two years the NGO has registered 510 patients 90 of whom have died “The families continue to call us even after they have lost a dear one We spend so much time together they begin to trust us and tell us about their difficulties the choices they have had to make in order to afford treatment” Mitu said Even the smallest gestures like holding someone’s hand sometimes help them cope with pain But for the NGO there are other concerns too It has no funding and a lot of costs to cover Sometimes even doctors refer patients to them for palliative care However experience has taught them that “no one wants to invest in a patient who is dying” Mitu speaks of the look of incomprehension on the faces of some patients when she begins explaining to them what their body is undergoing “We don’t want to scare them or they will not come back Sometimes they just listen to us and go away — only to return after months in a far worse condition” she said “Then you just want to curl up and cry It is unbearable” she said Gitanjali has a different way of explaining this frustration “We don’t look at death the way we used to It just means relief now” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: March 30 2012 3:53 am Related News The Calcutta High Court on Thursday directed the Official Liquidator Department that a provisional liquidator would work as special officer of the court to prepare an inventory of the assets of Dunlop A division bench of Justice Kalyanjyoti Sengupta and Justice Joymalya Bagchi today refused to stay an order passed by the single bench – to appoint a provisional liquidator with the power of official liquidator to prepare an inventory of Dunlop The bench ordered the Official Liquidator not to take possession of the company property but hold meetings with officials Today advocate Kalyan Banerjeealso a Trinamool Congress MPmoved the appeal of Dunlop and requested the division bench to pass a stay order on the verdict of Justice Sanjib Banerjee The division bench said it was not possible to stay the order without hearing arguments of both parties For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: There has been constant debate on whether Mahendra Singh Dhoni should bat up the order with questions being raised about his ability as a finisher but coach Anil Kumble made it clear that the veteran skipper has "enough experience" and "does not need time to settle down" File photo of India coach Anil Kumble AFP Asked if Dhoni would be asked to bat up the order keeping in mind India’s Champions Trophy defence in UK next year Kumble was quick to respond: "It all depends on match situations While chasing you need more experience As far as MS is concerned he has enough experience He has shown over the years that he has enough capabilities as a batsman "We don’t need to really look at giving him time to settle in You will probably see a different batting order depending on different situations" While flexibility remains key for Kumble he did say that Manish Pandey is being looked at as a potential number four due to his experience of handling pressure situations for long in domestic cricket as well as the spark that he has shown in his brief international career "We have a couple of options Obviously Manish is someone who has done really well in recent past He started off really well in Dharamsala It all depends on situations may be someone else could walk up depending on whether we bat first or second But Manish has shown a lot of promise and performance. something heartening He has quite a bit of experience at domestic level unlike Hardik (Pandya) who is new at that level He is certainly the number four we are looking into" Even as KL Rahul and Shikhar Dhawan’s injuries have opened the doors for Ajinkya Rahane at the top of the order Kumble feels a clearer picture will emerge only after the tour of England "I think Rahane certainly fits in at the top of the order so that is one thing we will persist with Yes it does give us an option once Shikhar and Rahul are fit but will only look at that when England come for the one-dayers (in January) So it’s a lot of time before the next one-day series "In this one-day series definitely Rahane is going to open the batting Looking at the Champions Trophy we will then decide who will open the batting" said the chief coach He talked about how A tours act as a synergy for the senior team where some players are expected to hone specific skills before walking into the senior team’s dressing room and Pandya’s bowling which is something the team is banking on "I think he (Hardik) is someone who gives us right balance because he can not only bowl but he bowls at a pretty decent pace It was nice that he really bowled well in his first game with the new ball That was certainly a strategy that MS wanted Hardik to try And it’s really heartening that he came up with the MoM award in his first game "So that should give him a lot of confidence Like I mentioned all-rounders who can run in and bowl quick and bat are certainly an asset and he is someone we will closely monitor and see how he progresses We will expect Hardik to give us that seven-eight or ten overs which certainly gives us a better balance in the team" Kumble explained However the coach is not ready to put pressure on Hardik the batsman "Someone who is just starting his international career we do not want to put pressure on him by giving him definite plans of what is expected of him He is someone who likes the freedom and that’s exactly what we have given someone like Hardik We don’t want to burden the younger player who is coming in and suggest that this is what is expected of you "Because the moment you start putting pressure and tell that you bowl six deliveries in one spot it doesn’t work that way in international cricket Even with his batting he has all the freedom doesn’t really matter what the situation is" For Kumble there must have been a sense of deja vu as he entered Feroz Shah Kotla a venue where he got his historic ‘Perfect Ten’ and also bid adieu to international cricket "I like coming to Kotla If you are a player and performed here then you certainly bring that confidence with you and come with the same hope keeping the record in mind" said Kumbleis in violation of the deal.

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