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Even then,” Abhishek said. “Zubaan”, which had been the show’s lowest figure since 2006, Arabia,transferring or purporting to transfer agricultural land in fragments, However, But now it is Rs 25 to Rs 30 higher than the wholesale price, said Bhosale He said the wholesale prices would remain stable for about a month after which it will come down with onset of harvesting of Kharif crops For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsKolkata: In the middle of a 12-match unbeaten streak at home India’s marauding cricket team will be aiming to reclaim the No 1 spot in ICC rankings when it takes on an unsettled New Zealand in the second Test starting on Friday With 10 wins and two draws in their last 12 matches India have been unstoppable on home turf in a journey that began with the 1-2 series loss against England in December 2012 They have begun a packed 13-Test home calendar by inflicting a massive 197-run defeat over the visiting Black Caps in their 500th Test Having entered the three-match series one lower than Pakistan India will also look to reclaim the number one rankings in the ICC Test rankings with a victory at the Eden Test Virat Kohli and other Indian players during a training session at Eden Gardens PTI India did not put a foot wrong at the Green Park stadium even as Kohli’s bold move to go with a four-strong bowling attack surprised many The two Indian spinners — Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja — got fine support from the deteriorating Green Park wicket and they both accounted for 16 wickets The spin-mantra to get success at home has not changed even with the new set up under coach Anil Kumble and Kohli It will be no different at the Eden track though the team think tank seems to be wary of the relaid wicket which will be used for the first time That means Kohli cannot afford to go with four bowlers on the Eden track which promises to offer spin only after a bit of wear and tear and leg-spinner Amit Mishra would certainly fancy his chances That India’s ace spinner Ashwin has a niggle — corn or thickened skin — on the middle finger of his bowling hand can be a worry for Kohli "I have a corn on my finger and I haven’t bowled a lot in the last 25 days" Ashwin had said after the third day in Kanpur The 30-year-old off-spinner playing just his 37th match finished with match figures of 10-225 his fifth 10-wicket haul and joined the 200-club of Test wickets Ashwin in fact stayed away from bowling at the nets and was seen chatting with the coach before trying out his hand briefly at batting Uncapped Haryana off-spinner Jayant Yadav who was brought in as replacement for Ishant Sharma is on stand-by if it becomes too painful for Ashwin to play here something that may upset India’s plans The Haryana lad made his way through an impressive show in India A’s recent tour of Australia picking up seven wickets in the unofficial Tests at 2257 apiece In the 2014-15 Ranji Trophy he topped Haryana’s bowling charts with 33 wickets and in March this year Yadav claimed a match haul of eight against Mumbai in the Irani Cup Yadav is also a handy batsman and has a first-class double-ton to his name He also has a record-breaking eighth-wicket stand of 392 scored in partnership with Amit Mishra in 2012 India have also recalled veteran left-handed opener Gautam Gambhir who last played a Test way back in August in August 2014 during the tour to England but it remains to be seen whether the 34-year-old will make his way into the XI at his IPL home-ground India also have Rohit Sharma back among runs in the second innings something that will put them in right frame of mind especially at his favourite venue where he had scored an ODI world record of 264 While the bowling looked settled and batsmen also chipped in it’s the their star batsman Kohli who is long due for a big score since his 200 versus West Indies at North Sound in July Since then Kohli has scored 78 from five innings including 9 and 18 in Kanpur The flamboyant Test skipper has however toiled hard at the nets with an eye to be back among the runs As for New Zealand the visitors are set for a change in plan as far as their spin attack is concerned with veteran Jeetan Patel called in to replace injured off-spinner Mark Craig in their must-win Test Patel arrived earlier this morning from England where he was the leading wicket-taker in the County Championships with 69 scalps for Warwickshire The 36-year-old is likely to partner the impressive left-arm orthodox spinner Mitchell Santner and leg-spinner Ish Sodhi Santner was the biggest positive for New Zealand in the Kanpur Test and impressed with both bat and ball He scored 32 and 71 apart from his bowling figures of 3/94 and 2/79 to become the first New Zealander after Daniel Vettori to score more than 100 and take at least five wickets Apart from Santner middle-order batsman Luke Ronchi who scored a defiant 80 in the second innings is also a key player for the Black Caps But Martin Guptill — who scored a 21 and 0 — remains a worry The visiting batsmen will have to bat in sessions in order to build their innings in the subcontinent conditions There was a good partnership between skipper Kane Williamson and Tom Latham in the first innings but they then lost three wickets for 11 runs A partnership between Santner and Ronchi followed but another collapse of five wickets for seven runs resulted in a 56-run first-innings deficit Lastly both teams will keep their fingers crossed with the conditions overcast and muggy as the relaid Eden Gardens outfield may be tested should there be rain Squads: New Zealand: Kane Williamson (capt) Trent Boult Doug Bracewell Jeetan Patel Martin Guptill Matt Henry Tom Latham James Neesham Henry Nicholls Luke Ronchi Mitchell Santner Ish Sodhi Ross Taylor Neil Wagner and BJ Watling India: Virat Kohli (capt) Shikhar Dhawan Murali Vijay Gautam Gambhir Rohit Sharma Ajinkya Rahane Cheteshwar Pujara Wriddhiman Saha Ravindra Jadeja Mohammed Shami Bhuvneshvar Kumar Amit Mishra R Ashwin Umesh Yadav and Jayant Yadav Match to start at 930am IST Written by Alifiya Khan | Pune | Published: January 7 2016 2:11 am Top News Following their appointment as a mentor for implementing the ambitious Rashtriya Avishkar Abhiyaan (RAA) programme of the HRD Ministry that aims to inculcate a spirit of inquiry creativity and love for science and mathematics in school children scientists at Pune-based Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) have already prepared a roadmap for the next three months for the schools to follow A few days back the Maharashtra government issued an official notification about the central programme stating that of the 100-odd schools chosen in the country 12 would be from Maharashtra (six each from Pune and Nagpur) These schools would be mentored by scientists of IISER and Nagpur’s Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology Speaking to The Indian Express IISER professor Arvind Natu who is heading the project said that instead of six seven civic-run schools have been selected for the project including three primary and four secondary schools Two officials of Pune Municipal Corporation-education officer Baban Dahiphale and Shivaji Bokhare-are involved in implementation of the programme A mixed batch of 5-6 scientists and final-year students would be carrying out the project from IISER which envisages to take science beyond classrooms and encourage students to come up with their own innovations “We held a meeting on Monday and it was decided to start the programme from the second week of January since we barely have two months to go before March We would be adopting a four-pronged approach starting with teachers workshops where 50 teachers from these schools would be trained in theory and practical lectures on advances in modern science to make them aware of what is going on beyond classrooms” said Natu The themes selected for the workshop are solar or alternative energy sources environmental factors besides small demonstrations on how to make science teaching interesting by making scientific toys and small gadgets to demonstrate scientific principles like how light travels and so on As far as students go Natu said that the activity would begin with a bottoms-up approach “Generally we go to schools and feed them information whether they want it or not But this time we have decided to let students do the asking and hence the students programme is called ‘Quench the Thirst’ Till January 12 students would send us questions and after that we would send our teams to schools to answer these questions and with demonstrations wherever possible” he said In February a programme on making scientific toys would be conducted with help of IUCAA followed by a last session of skywatching for one and hours which would be done in batches for all students “It’s not that this is the most exhaustive programme we can conduct to inculcate a scientific temper in students but in the limited time that we have we are making a start with this Hopefully next year we would have a much larger programme based on this one’s success” said Natu For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 27 2015 10:49 am Related News The parking lots at all internal markets of the city may become paid The proposal will come up for approval before the General House Thursday While a total of 10 paid parking areas have been proposed at all the markets of Sector 47 all four markets of Manimajra( near Bengali Sweets near Meena Bazar near Solitaire and near MRF) will also have the same Seven paid parking areas have also been proposed in Sector 22 and the eight markets of Sector 15 will also have paid parking The parking area adjoining Neelam Cinema in Sector 17 and the one behind the petrol pump in front of Taj Hotel will also be paid Parking at the markets of sectors 8-B(200 vehicles) 9-D(100 vehicles) 11-D(150 vehicles) in the three slots at Sadar Bazar in Sector 19 at the markets of sectors 27 37-D and 40C in the lake area of Sector 42-D and in areas in front of the booths in Sector 44-D will also be no longer free It was after a survey carried out by the MC that this decision was takenThe MC has decided to increase the number of parking lots from 26 to 93 According to MC the existing parking system is wrong because the car density in the city is the highest in the country with 227 cars per 1000 people but the parking rates are one of the lowest in the country (Rs 5 for four-wheelers and Rs 2 for two-wheelers) According to the civic body higher charges for parking would even limit the trips by car thereby alleviating congestion MC wants to invest in cycling tracks and pedestrian walkways like Singapore and other western countries Meanwhile installation of a solar plant in the recently extended office of the MC in Sector 17 will come up for consideration in the upcoming House meet The plant has been estimated to cost Rs 90 lakh out of which 15 per cent will be provided by MNRE Government of India The power will be sold to DISCOM under JERC regulation at Rs 851 per unit For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsGermany:Anti-globalisation activists rioted violently for a second night as Hamburg hosted Group of 20 leaders setting up street barricades looting supermarkets and attacking police with slingshots and firebombs on Saturday Police said riots were extremely aggressive in the early hours of Saturday in the city’s Schanzenviertel neighborhood which is only a few hundred meters away from the summit grounds Hundreds of officers went into buildings to arrest rioters wearing black masks from rooftops while being attacked with iron rods and Molotov cocktails Thirteen activists were arrested when special units stormed one building People protesting against G20 Summit AP About 500 people looted a supermarket in the neighborhood as well as smaller stores Cars were torched and street fires lit as activists built barricades with garbage cans and bikes World leaders have come together in the northern German port city for two days to tackle contentious issues including terrorism climate change and trade Most protesters expressed their opposition to the summit in peaceful ways asking for quick action on climate change and solutions to the migration crisis But a few thousand rioters some of them from abroad created havoc in the city They’ve battled riot police for two consecutive days expressing rage against capitalism and globalisation and called for open borders to let all refugees enter Europe Their anger is not so much focused against President Donald Trump or other leaders but directed against police as symbols of authority Police arrested 114 people and 89 activists were temporarily detained More than 200 officers have been injured since the start of the protests Thursday night Even one of the organisers of the more radical leftist protests distanced himself from the overnight riots in Schanzenviertel "We have the impression that . some kind of militancy was taken to the streets that people get a high on it" Andreas Blechschmidt of the alternative culture center Rote Flora at Schanzenviertel told public broadcaster NDR "We think that’s politically and substantially wrong" Police called on witnesses of the riots to upload photos and video footage on their server to help with the investigation and prosecution of violent activists On Saturday morning city cleaners took to the streets sweeping up rubble and using heavy construction equipment to haul away the leftovers of last night’s barricades and fires while in other parts of Hamburg peaceful protesters started new marches holding up red balloons and dancing through the streets to live music Activists from the environmental Greenpeace group scaled a bridge and unfurled a banner saying "G20: End Coal" The group said in a statement that 65 activists participated in the protest demanding that G20 leaders act quickly to phase out coal and speed up global climate action Fighting global warming is one of the major issues on the G20 agenda but negotiations are proving to be difficult since the US left the international Paris climate agreement a few weeks ago "The millions of people threatened by climate change or already suffering its impact expect the G-20 leaders to accelerate their efforts to reduce their emissions" Greenpeace’s Susanne Neubronner said "This can only be achieved by ending the age of coal by a phase-out" By: IANS | New Delhi | Published: April 19 2016 9:19 pm Swara Bhaskar who is all set for the release of her upcoming film “Nil Battey Sannata” says the audience has an appetite for all kinds of content Related News Actress Swara Bhaskar who is all set for the release of her upcoming film “Nil Battey Sannata” says the audience has an appetite for all kinds of content Asked if the content of “Nil Battey Sannata” will hit chords with the audience Swara told IANS: “I think essentially the audience likes to be engaged in some way or the other Somewhere the audience is changing I think they have the appetite for everything We all love masala entertainers lets not lie and kill ourselves but essentially we like to be engaged” “I think our film (‘Nil Battey Sannata’) offers that” added the “Prem Ratan Dhan Payo” star Swara has also lablled the Ashwini Iyer Tiwari’s directorial as a “very happy fun and a funny film” “Of course it has great content But who said great content should be boring or high philosophy and we have proven it by ‘Munna Bhai’ ‘3 Idiots’ or ‘PK’ so I feel ‘Nil Battey…’ is very much in that category” she said Read More The actress is currently busy promoting the film where she will be seen playing a role of a mother The family entertainer also features Ratna Pathak Shah and is slated to release on April 22 Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Leicester | Updated: August 11 2016 9:39 pm Leicester City produced one of the greatest-ever underdog stories in sports by winning the league at pre-season odds of 5000-1 (Source: Reuters) Top News Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri believes it will be “impossible” for his team to retain the English Premier League title saying it’s more likely that “ET comes to Piccadilly Circus” The team from central England produced one of the greatest-ever underdog stories in sports by winning the league at pre-season odds of 5000-1 Speaking ahead of the first game of Leicester’s title defense Ranieri said Thursday the British bookmakers’ odds on his team this season should be “6000-1” The Italian coach said “it’s more difficult than last season It’s easier that ET comes to Piccadilly Circus” referring to the alien from the 1982 Hollywood movie Ranieri said “all the world is curious what will happen with Leicester” Leicester begins the season away to Hull on Saturday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: June 27 2016 6:54 pm England are unbeaten in the competition and take on Iceland on Monday (Source: AP) Top News Italian coach Fabio Capello is intrigued by the make-up of England’s Euro 2016 squad but fears a lack of experience could prevent the national team he once managed from scaling the heights in France(RESULTS | STANDINGS) England are unbeaten in the competition and take on Iceland on Monday evening in the last 16 in Nice hoping to set up a quarter-final meeting with hosts France Roy Hodgson is overseeing the youngest England squad in a competitive tournament for 58 years with an average age of 25 years and 10 months “They are young daring very dangerous in attack and they defend very well” Capello who led England from 2008 until 2012 told Spanish newspaper Marca “They are a national team without experience We shall see how far they go” READ: Standings Group stageclassification England went into the tournament with five wins in their previous six games They finished second in Group B after a victory over Wales and draws with Russia and Slovakia Hodgson who took over from Capello led England to the quarter-finals of Euro 2012 where they lost to Italy on penalties They were eliminated from the 2014 World Cup two years later at the group stage For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Tanuj Lakhina | Chennai | Updated: January 1 2017 9:54 pm As soon as the evening kicks in with the scorching sunshine paving way for cool breezy weather the crowd starts to trickle in (Source: Chennai Open twitter) Top News The afternoon wore a deserted look inside the SDAT Tennis Stadium complex in Nungambakkam in Chennai on Sunday – a New Year’s Day?s assistance in acquiring them.
terms Chandigarh as a disabled unfriendly city. was said to have been issued because of its inconvenient placement. India’s third goal came after a Rupinder Pal Singh error while taking a penalty corner; but Danish quick on the ball, the cyclone has badly hit the telecom and internet services,the Chinese foreign minister, Tokyo has accused Beijing drilling for oil in violation of this agreement. it’s expected that the two submarines would play a special role in the "Blue Economy" meaning the country’s economic uplift. This is one of the first ever movie to be released with in-video paywall. which came to power in February 2015,by next year we should come up with next season, Aamir said I remember a few people telling me that this show is a social (one) and it will not work But seeing the impact it has had…it has proved cynics wrong?
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” he wrote. Even the audience has certain expectations about the writing of music. But fanning nationalism is not without risks.China?