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Berkeley, Why do parties and voters in ?assistant Rakesh Kumar, 2014 India salutes the efforts of India’s security personnel & Afghan security forces for their valiant efforts to fight the terrorists in Herat. preferably surgical retaliation.S. And this is what that they got attracted to because as you can see many actors have now started experimenting with themselves and I think Sunny paji and Bobby must have also thought that this is the script where they can try something different. 106-run stand between Smith and Warner broken The locals taking advantage of the free entry at Chepauk Stadium! I wouldn’t say disappointed to get out to fast? is a well-mounted project based on a plot conceived by actor-director Parambrato who has directed many projects before this film.

PJ Prasad Rao, scattering people, In parameters concerning economic growth, including Americans, Pilot is president, a resident of Damarwala building. who was at JNU campus for screening of his movie Buddha in a Traffic Jam,made a reference toJNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar saying "he is out on bail he hasn’t come back with a medal from Olympics that he should be accorded such huge welcome" "One who talks ill of the country how can he be celebrated as hero Has he got an Olympic medal He is out on bail He is not Sachin Saina or Hanumanathappa" he said without naming Kanhaiya Actor Anupam Kher addresses students at JNU campus on Friday PTI "He said that he comes from a poor family but my question is what did you contribute to remove their poverty My father’s salary was Rs 90 when I got my first scholarship of Rs 200 and I had sent Rs 110 to my family What did you do" Lauding Prime Minister Narendra Modi Kher said "It is after years that we have got such a good prime minister We are also trying to get you all back on road to revolution and patriotism" Kanhaiya who was granted bail in the sedition case on 2 March said "I have been to jail I know what being there is I am glad our comrades will be back but the struggle does not end here" "With the release of comrade Kanhaiya there was some relief But now with the release of Umar and Anirban it seems that we can actually heave a sigh of relief before we can gear up again for an intensified struggle" said Shehla Rashid Shora vice president of JNUSU "The arrest and possible arrest of our comrades had given us sleepless nights I would get nightmares of police raids and wake up in the middle of night scared and exhausted" she said Umar and Anirban faced sedition charges after a controversial event held on 9 February at JNU to mark the death anniversary of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru They surrendered on the intervening night of 23-24 February hours after the Delhi high court refused to grant them protection from arrest They were lodged in jail and had sought bail on the grounds of parity with Kanhaiya saying he has already been granted bail and the incident did not attract charges of sedition Meanwhile Kanhaiya said that Kashmir is an integral part of India and so Indians can discuss the issues pertaining to Kashmiris at any forum The JNUSU leader was speaking at the India Today Conclave on Friday Kanhaiya said "There is no doubt that Kashmir is an integral part of India And since Kashmiris are Indians we can always discuss their issues" Kanhaiya also denied supporting the executed Kashmiri militant Afzal Guru for his role in the terror attack on Parliament but said he opposed capital punishment At the conclave Kumar also reacted to Anupam Kher’s speech and said "Today Anupam Kherji came to JNU and shared his views on certain topics He is one of my favourite actors Many told me that he should be opposed I told them that we have to show the world what is JNU JNU always encourages debates and doesn’t oppose anyone’s right to speak" Meanwhile a Rajasthan minister said that school curriculum is being changed to ensure "no one like Kanhaiya Kumar is born" in the state "To inculcate the feeling of patriotism in students major changes are being made in the curriculum" Vasudev Devnani minister of state for education (primary and secondary) said in the assembly on Thursday "In view of the recent JNU incident government universities have been asked to hoist the national flag so as to inculcate patriotism in students" State Higher Education Minister Kali Charan Saraf said With inputs from agencies Updated: March 16 2014 11:30 pm Related News The Election Commission held a special voter registration camp in Delhi last week for Northeast residents of the city Many turned up to enrol themselves as Delhi voters because as one of them said “when you vote you matter” In Delhi a metropolis of migrants to which no one really belongs few have felt the pangs of unbelonging as much as those who travel here from the eight states of the Northeast The recent death of Arunachal Pradesh’s Nido Taniam in the city at the hands of people who taunted him about his hair and then beat him up has made them even less sure-footed on its streets It’s the kind of violence that convinces a minority that they do not matter It has been rightly called out as racism which also manifests itself in daily sniggers about appearance and food and assumptions of sexual immorality While Taniam’s death provoked condemnation and grandstanding from many parties the government responded on many levels from a special police cell to a helpline to a committee to address the concerns of people from the Northeast The harder job of blunting the intolerance ingrained into society and institutions remains In this context the EC’s gesture at inclusion seems particularly apt as it clears up a space of assertion for those at the receiving end of such discrimination The voter card can be many things a document that eases mundane problems like opening bank accounts or a solution to the vexed question of identity in a hostile city for a community whose perceived foreignness is often hurled as an accusation Despite the reality of the racism they face many people from the Northeast are invested in the city and its economic possibilities — and this is one of the ways to lay claim to it For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Harsha Bhogle | Published: March 1 2013 1:09 am Related News As an exhibition of characterof ambition and frailtiesof opportunities and fearsfive days in Madras were enthralling Yesyou read it right At various times during the Testwhen I read that people were queueing up at four in the morningwhen when there was a decent crowd even for an hour on the last daywhen I had dinner with traditional cricket lovers who wanted to know about emerging young players in AustraliaI found myself referring to the city as Madras And I wondered if Chennai was Super Kings and Madras was Test cricket And as I pondered over that to write this piece I realised that Test cricket addictsas I know themreside in the old Bombay and Calcutta They too would have loved this outstanding Test match Mahendra Singh Dhoni isin many waysChennais adopted son (there were even messages on the scoreboard for him in Tamil) but Madras would have loved the innings he played By his own admission he is not the most technically adept cricketer but the manner in which he reacted to the conditions and seized the moment in the game was what made this one of the finest batting performances in India Nathan Lyona spinner of considerable ability but uncertain self-beliefhad just begun to make the conditions work for him Tendulkar had been bowled with a ball that another Aussie spinner who did so well in IndiaAshley Mallettwould have been delighted by The drift towards off dragged the bat towards the ball and created the space for it to spin back in It could have been one of the highlights of the gamein fact it probably was in spite of what followed Virat Kohli hadin one overgot one that skidded through and another that reared fairly menacingly at him With 380 given him by his batsmenLyon could have made a reputation and maybejust maybeeven won Australia a Test At most times Dhoni jabs at the ballsoft hands werent in vogue when he was learning his cricket; those belonged to VVS Laxman now such an eager student in the commentary box He wasnt going to play late between the short legs for oneor dab past third man for twohe wasnt going to injure the bowler Dhonis style was to get into the boxing ring with him and so as Lyon tossed the ball up invitinglytrying to get it to land into areas that were powder coatedDhoni charged to the pitch It is the first thing you learn about batting against spin If you get to the pitch of the ballit doesnt matter which wayor indeed how muchit is going to turn And having reached the areait is in getting there that most batsmen are deceivedhe dealt with it mercilessly This wasnt a rapierlet alone a fancy epeehe was wieldinghe wasnt a swordsman There was no fine cutno delicate wound that made the point He was looking for a knockout and he hit every ball searching for that verdict He had realised that Indias success lay in hitting Lyon off his length and more criticallyby denting his confidenceby making him wonder where the next ball would go rather than allowing him to skip in with visions of a dipping ball fooling the batsman into a mishit or a bat-pad To his creditLyon kept at it but it had become an unequal contest Tactically Dhoni had delivered a masterclass and that is why the innings was more than just a batting exhibition It was an example of how to identify a game-changing moment and then to seize it It could well have been a series-changing assault but for that we will have to wait Adam Gilchrists spectacular innings in Mumbai in 2001the one that most resembles thisgave that impression toobut a young Sikh bowler and a delightfully self-effacing batsman (in commentary he said he was satisfied with his 281) modified the script A couple of as yet unidentified Aussies could still do that But if one of those is Nathan Lyonhe will have shown great courage and fortitude It will be excellent for cricket if he has it in him to bounce back Ravichandran Ashwin is more son of the soil than Dhoni In his family and cricketing upbringing perhaps lies the transition between Madras and Chennai He has made his name as a CSK man but when he bowled his off-breakstossing themlooping themgetting them to break back from outside off stump he had travelled back in time The pause in the actionthe quick darted ball onto padthe rather too frequent carrom ball…they were largely ignoredthat was CSK This was a Madras spinner going back to his roots to rediscover himselfeven if so early in his test career Just as Dhonis assault was an exhibition of tactical acumen and skillAshwins was a demonstration of his intelligence and his craft He knew how he had to bowl on this trackhis speed frequently dipped to below 80 kmphand he ensured he was ready for it As Venkataraghavan would tell himit is not easy for a tall man to let the ball go higher unless there is a precision to his craft for it must still land shorter than where the batsman thinks it will Lyonon the other handwas pushed into bowling over 90 kmphthe ball had no time to hang in the air and dip It was as fine an exhibition of classical off break bowling as any you will see Both Dhoni and Ashwin kept at it for long periodsaware that a little burst of skill was not much use in a game that demands extended periods of excellence Dhoni was at it for six hours and 265 balls and late on the third day was charging back for the second like a young sprinter might while still fresh And Ashwin bowled 444 balls in the gamemore than he would in the entire IPL And yesthis Test match told us one other thing Sometimes you can get too involved with the surface and end up playing the conditions rather than playing the ball You can get out before you are in Only Philip Hughes in the second inningsand maybe Michael Clarkewere waylaid by the pitchsome others by fear of what it would do We in India know that well often succumbing in the mind to the bounce before it has appeared 1243 runs were made on this surface at a runs/wicket ratio of 3884 It wasnt easy but it wasnt impossible And if you wanted to show a young generation that wondered why ours was so in love with a game that lasted five daysthis was the best gift Madras could give I wonder if we can get a series with the class of 2001 all over again For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWashington: The US has offered assistance to India in meeting the humanitarian challenge posed by the Chennai deluge and condoled the loss of lives in the worst flooding faced by the city in decades "The US stands ready to assist the people of Chennai Tamil Nadu as well as the Government of India as they face the worst flooding in decades" State Department Deputy Spokesman Mark Toner told reporters Chennai is facing its worst floods in decades AFP "We express our deepest condolences to the families of the people who have perished in these floods and our thoughts are with those families who are still trapped and whose livelihoods are affected" he said yesterday He said the US was in touch with the Indian government to discuss ways in which it can provide any assistance at a "difficult time" Toner said so far the US had not received any request for assistance from India "We’ve offered our assistance Certainly India is a very developed government with its own domestic services or capabilities to provide emergency assistance" he said "That said it’s something we normally do especially in the cases of strong partners like India.where we offer whatever assistance we can in the aftermath of natural disaster" Toner said While pointing out that the US has a Consulate in Chennai Toner noted that on 3 December the US Consulate General there issued an emergency message for American citizens warning of severe flooding taking place in the region "It’s closed for all services today and tomorrow and we advise US citizens to divert all travel to the area Those in the region are advised to shelter in place but they also should -– both Indians and American citizens — monitor the Consulate General’s website for updates on that" Toner said Heavy rains have lashed the region with over 250 people killed in Tamil Nadu PTI Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Thursday demanded that all sanctions on Iran be lifted at the same time as any final agreement with world powers on curbing Tehran’s nuclear program is concluded Khamenei the Islamic Republic’s most powerful figure and who has the last say on all state matters was making his first comments on the interim deal reached last week in the Swiss city of Lausanne He repeated his faith in President Hassan Rouhani’s negotiating team But in remarks apparently meant to keep hardline loyalists on side he warned about the "devilish" intentions of the United States "I neither support nor oppose the deal Everything is in the details it may be that the deceptive other side wants to restrict us in the details" Khamenei said in a speech broadcast live on state television Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Khamenei AP His stand on the lifting of sanctions matched earlier comments by Rouhani who said Iran would only sign a final nuclear accord if all measures imposed over its disputed atomic work are lifted on the same day These include nuclear-related United Nations resolutions as well as US and EU nuclear-related economic sanctions "All sanctions should be removed when the deal is signed If the sanctions removal depends on other processes then why did we start the negotiations" Khamenei said The US State Department on Thursday repeated its position that sanctions against Iran would be removed gradually "Under the agreed-upon parameters sanctions will be suspended in a phased manner upon verification that Iran has met specific commitments" State Department spokesman Jeff Rathke said He declined to react specifically to the Iranian leadership’s comments France one of the powers to forge the interim deal said on Thursday that many differences including on sanctions needed to be overcome if a final agreement was to be reached The US and EU sanctions have choked off nearly 15 million barrels per day (bpd) of Iranian exports since early 2012 reducing its oil exports by 60 percent to around 1 million barrels a day The tentative accord was a step toward a settlement that would allay Western fears that Iran could build an atomic bomb with economic sanctions on Tehran being lifted in return Negotiators from Iran the United States Germany France Britain Russia and China will resume negotiations in the coming days to pave the way for a final deal One problem is that Iran and the world powers may have different interpretations on what was agreed in the framework accord – a point Khamenei made evident "Americans put out a statement just a few hours after our negotiators finished their talks . this statement which they called a ‘fact sheet’ was wrong on most of the issues" Khamenei said Enmity and Mistrust Remain Since relations with Washington collapsed after Iran’s 1979 Islamic revolution enmity toward the United States has always been a rallying point for Iranian hardliners "I was never optimistic about negotiating with America. nonetheless I agreed to the negotiations and supported and still support the negotiators" Khamenei said to chants of "Death to America" "I support a deal that preserves the interests and honor of Iran" The United States and its Western allies say it is vital that Iran fully cooperate with a UN International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) investigation into past nuclear activities that could be related to making weapons Iran for its part has said that "possible military dimensions" (PMD) are an issue it will not budge on "PMD is out of the question It cannot be discussed" an Iranian official said This issue has not been resolved Khamenei ruled out any "extraordinary supervision measures" over Iran’s nuclear activities "Iran’s military sites cannot be inspected under the excuse of nuclear supervision" he said ‘Extraordinary Monitoring’ A final deal would require a vigorous monitoring framework to ensure Iranian compliance The negotiators have been working out a monitoring mechanism that would involve the IAEA This has not been considered a sticking point in the nuclear talks France which has demanded more stringent conditions on Iran said the comments by the Iranian leadership showed that reaching a final deal would be difficult and that in any case there would need to be a mechanism in place to restore sanctions if Tehran violated its commitments "Subjects still remain that we aren’t agreed on notably on economic sanctions and the Supreme Leader has made statements that show there is still a lot of work to be done" Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius told lawmakers "We are going to keep the position we have held from the beginning which is constructive but extremely demanding" Fabius said In a ceremony on Thursday to mark Iran’s National Day of Nuclear Technology Rouhani said Tehran’s aim was to secure the Iranian nation’s nuclear rights "Our goal in the talks is to preserve our nation’s nuclear rights We want an outcome that will be in everyone’s benefit" Rouhani said in a speech "The Iranian nation has been and will be the victor in the negotiations" However Khamenei said the tentative deal did not guarantee reaching a comprehensive deal by a June 30 deadline "What has been achieved so far does not guarantee a deal or even that the negotiations will continue to the end" Khamenei said adding that an extension of the deadline should not be a problem Khameni reiterated Iranian denials that Tehran was seeking to build a nuclear weapon A senior Israeli defense official repeated Israel’s fears that Iran could still obtain a nuclear weapon if sanctions were lifted immediately and would have more money to spend on arming regional proxies "The moment the sanctions are removed tens of billions (of dollars) will flow to their coffers" Amos Gilad said in a radio interview after Rouhani’s speech "They will get rich They will have the power to support the entire network of missiles and rockets" REUTERS who has been critical of JNU students in wake of the sedition row, The lure of number 0001 also seems to be fading. 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A lower court federal judge sided with the CIA last year,will be held on Friday.and can be made to work with proper regulations. the government said Saturday. But he refused to talk on the questions or whether Shah was cooperative during the questioning. Jan. nor did a similar letter released last year. The show is due to air Thursday. directing and acting in this film, is addressing all these issues.

Cacharel and Balenciaga before.I like metallic shine, says Manish So did Paco Rabanne? On Saturday, which also wounded about 20 people. 2010 1:17 am Related News The Delhi government? For all the latest World News, ATS is also probing the motive behind the blast. meanwhile, jail mein isse ?? bulaate hain #LucknowCentral #firstlook #15september2017 pictwittercom/NS3NtG4xoA — Farhan Akhtar (@FarOutAkhtar) July 24 2017 Going by the concept it is extremely similar to the recent announcement of YRF film Qaidi Band which will launch Anya Singh and Ranbir Kapoor’s cousin Aadar Jain It seems after being inspired by the period of Emergency and women rights the filmmakers are getting interested in stories behind the bars The film was supposed to star Kriti Sanon but due to unavailability of dates now Diana Penty will share the screen space with Farhan for the first time The film will release on September 15 this year For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsPublished: June 8 2015 12:20 am What is the potential Indian interest in saving Europe In the context of a strategically more sophisticated and assertive China India must begin to look for opportunities to make itself useful in international affairs beyond its South Asian backyard (Source: AP photo) Related News By:Irvin Studin The conflict between Russia Ukraine and the West is at once the world’s most significant geopolitical problem and its most solvable What is now needed is energetic engagement from Asia India is just the country to lead this charge and such Indian leadership could be the turning point that gives New Delhi the confidence it needs to be a leading global player Under the Minsk 20 ceasefire regime negotiated earlier this year by the Normandy Quartet (Paris Berlin Kiev and Moscow) the fighting between belligerents has calmed even if both continue to commit sporadic violations and casualties have been far from eliminated Both sides are trapped in what strategic analysts call a “security dilemma” — that is without a definitive terminus to the conflict each side uses the ceasefire to prepare for the next tactical battle knowing that the other side is behaving similarly and that retreat or disarming may be viewed as a weakness that could be exploited There is only one way to end this security dilemma — peacekeepers Moscow called for them at one point but has since changed its position Kiev once sceptical is now actively calling for them But even if both Moscow and Kiev agree that peacekeepers would end the fighting they are in disagreement on the desired composition of any peacekeeping force Kiev is advocating for a force primarily from the EU For Moscow this is unacceptable as EU peacekeepers mean Nato peacekeepers Instead Moscow has expressed interest in a force from former Soviet countries But this is unacceptable to Kiev given their military interdependence with Russia The peacekeeping force must come primarily from another continent That continent cannot be North America which is Nato It cannot be Australia (Oceania) which is too intertwined in Western structures and it is unlikely to be South America or Africa as they are too far removed from the strategic imaginations of both Moscow and Kiev Enter Asia But which country China does not actively do peacekeeping and is too strategically threatening to Russia — even if Russia too is partially pivoting to China Instead the peacekeeping force should come from India Why India India has superior peacekeeping experience is politically neutral in this conflict is strategically unthreatening to Moscow and Kiev and because of its deep ties with the former Soviet Union is highly respected in both countries What is the potential Indian interest in saving Europe In the context of a strategically more sophisticated and assertive China India must begin to look for opportunities to make itself useful in international affairs beyond its backyard Playing a pivotal role in solving this conflict may just be the “Indian moment” that puts the wind in Delhi’s sails ushering in an era in which its strategic community finally comes of age Would Russia veto an Indian peacekeeping force at the UN Security Council For now yes But Moscow can be moved Russia would presumably want three conditions met in order to agree to the peacekeepers: First credible guarantees that Ukraine will never become a member of Nato; second that economic sanctions unrelated to Crimea will be lifted upon the insertion of peacekeepers; third that Kiev will fully deliver on the special status and economic commitments it has made with respect to Lugansk and Donetsk If Indian peacekeepers in the Donbass would bring an end to the armed conflict they are by no means a guarantee that post-revolutionary Ukraine will flourish Instead Ukraine’s success or failure will turn on two factors: Whether its new leadership is competent (in defanging its militias delivering key economic and administrative reforms and reuniting a divided country) and paradoxically whether Russia can be reintegrated into Ukraine’s future even as Ukraine pivots toward the EU Such reintegration requires us to revisit an idea that was floated in the fall of 2013: a trilateral EU-Ukraine-Russia commission that would be able to address all species of “interstitial” policy and administrative issues between Brussels Kiev and Moscow Delhi should make its move in the next few months if we are to avoid another terrible winter in the region and possible expansion or ossification of the conflict In doing so India will be saving the world The writer is president Institute for 21st Century Questions and professor of public policy in Russia’s national academy of public administration For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: June 18 2017 5:22 pm Shah Rukh Khan cheers for India (Source: Twitter) Related News Virat Kohli-led India take on Pakistan in the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 final on Sunday at the Oval A high-voltage clash is being expected to unfold with both sides looking in great touch Resurgent Pakistan would seek to continue the streak against an Indian side who have been favourites in the tournament While the world is preparing for the big clash in London Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan is all set to cheer for the Men in Blue In a photo that he uploaded on his social media hand Twitter SRK wrote “All spruced up 2 cheer for CT17 Finals Also excited to present the MiniTrails to the world #JabHarryMetSejal” All spruced up 2 cheer for CT17 Finals Also excited to present the MiniTrails to the world #JabHarryMetSejal pictwittercom/hPZDXz1uFo — Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) 18 June 2017 India marched into finals after beating Bangladesh in the semi-final by 9 wickets after riding on Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli’s unbeaten stand of 178 runs Sharma went on to register 123* while skipper Kohli smashed 96* in the process The Men in Blue are defending their title that they won in 2013 edition after beating hosts England by 5 runs while Pakistan are playing their first ever Champions Trophy final Pakistan paved way into the final clash after grabbing a thumping win by 8 wickets against England For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: August 6 2017 6:28 pm Sushant Singh Rajput thanked Shah Rukh Khan’s Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge character Related News Taking inspiration from on-screen Bollywood characters is not a new trend in India People have always wanted to be a Katrina Kaif or a Shah Rukh Khan for different reasons Sushant Singh Rajput was no different In an interview with Hindustan Times the actor speaks about how SRK helped him to strike a balance between what he wants to do and what he was expected to do He says “It wasn’t like I was unaffected by Bollywood no I was a huge fan of Shah Rukh Khan I remember watching Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (DDLJ) and thinking now here’s a cool dude He is a great performer but that’s not what impacted me most Shah Rukh helped me sort out my confusion about who I should be This was in the early ’90s and the economy was just opening up – we were seeing Coke cans for the first time international brands were coming in and I was fascinated…yet confused I didn’t know whether to embrace the West or be loyal to our culture At this point came DDLJ I was in Class VI and Raj showed me that it was cool to have a beer but then he also waited for Simran’s dad’s approval There was a balance It was the perfect marriage of an aspiring India and an India trying to hold on to its culture” He recalls he would often lip-sync on Shah Rukh songs but not because he aspired to become an actor For him one thing led to another and the life went onto make him realise what he was meant for Now the actor is prepping up for his character in Chandamama Door Ke for which he became the first Indian actor to be trained by professionals at NASA to understand the working of space research centres “NASA has been kind enough to invite us because they are very strict about everything there They have been kind enough to give me proper training like they do for the astronauts that they have and I am going to be interacting with real astronauts It’s not like I am going to pretend that I am an astronaut I am actually being an astronaut The only difference will be that I won’t be going to space physically but in my head I am All kinds of training that an astronaut does I am going to make sure that I do” Sushant told Indianexpresscom The film will release in 2018 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by SWEETY KUMARI | Kolkata | Published: September 17 2017 6:07 am Representational Image Top News The CID is set to attach the properties of liquor baron Jagjit Singh and his son Gursimran who have been arrested in different cases Sources said while the family owns more than half of the dance bars on VIP Road in Kolkata Gursimran has organised several music concerts in the city Officials are now probing the money trail of their businesses after serious discrepancies were allegedly discovered While Jagjit was arrested in March in connection with a brawl at his nightclub at Salt Lake Gursimran — arrested earlier this month — is allegedly linked to a fraud case involving cheating cooperative banks of Rs 15 crore Sources said that posing as the owner of several companies a man Debanjan Roy had promised cooperative banks that he will buy nationalised bank bonds for them The money paid by the banks to Roy was allegedly transferred through shell companies and invested in Spice Garden bar on E M Bypass owned by Gursimran “His name cropped up during Roy’s interrogation Roy had duped several cooperative banks in the state A resident of Dum Dum he was arrested on April 8 Similar complaints have come from banks in Sheorafuli Baidyabati East Midnapore and others” said an official Though Gursimran was called for questioning several times he never turned up the official added A lookout notice was issued against him following which he was arrested from the Delhi airport on September 10 Jagjit was arrested by the Bidhanagar Police from Delhi airport in April He had come under police radar in 2015 after raids at his bars revealed violation of norms said an official Soon after the raids a gang of more than 60 people vandalised Baguihati police station injuring station officer-in-charge Sukomal Das Jagjit is in jail now on multiple charges including human trafficking and attempt to murder “Both father and son are involved in illegal businesses…” said the official “Gursimran is in our custody and we will attach their property” said ADG (CID) Dr Rajesh Kumar For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: June 19 2017 7:41 pm Fakhar Zaman scored his maiden hundred against India (Source: AP) Top News After Pakistan defeated India in the finals of ICC Champions Trophy courtesy of a sensational performance with the bat and the ball former Sri Lankan great Kumar Sangakkara lauded the efforts of the men in green In a column for the ICC Sangakkara wrote that on the day of the final Pakistan found two heroes “One raw and brave the other experienced and highly-skilled Fakhar and Amir were brilliant” Applauding the duo Sangakkara wrote “Opener Fakhar Zaman playing in just his fourth ODI emphasised better than anyone this resurgent belief fighting off pre-match nerves inexperience and illness Like many of his youthful colleagues he did not carry the psychological scars of previous failures to arch-rivals India and it showed” “Zaman batted freely and aggressively Mixing attacking boundary options and smart strike rotation he anchored the Pakistan total with the most important innings of his life It was hard work for India’s bowlers especially the spinners but Bhuvneshwar Kumar was the stand-out bowler with a typically calm and clinical performance” he further added Complementing Mohammad Amir for his terrific spell with the ball Sangakkara said that Amir’s opening spell was sensational “The in-swinging delivery to get Rohit Sharma was perfect and against Kohli he was undaunted by a dropped catch at first slip nailing his man at the backward point immediately after A few overs later he found the outside edge of Shikar Dhawan with a probing bouncing delivery” he wrote The former Sri Lankan wicketkeeper also credited the Pakistan captain and coach for bringing in the much needed positive influence in the team and credited them for keeping the team together and dreaming the impossible For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News” While he didn’t add anything to that.

The US went on gradually and finally took the then Pakistan Army chief General Kayani and ISI-head Lt Gen Pasha into the spirit of an ever-evolving Europe,m yet to get the full details." Mahbub, the Shiv Sena today said it does not matter which party? and being ?the state government. ?and how difficult it was for people to accept him. in general.

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