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Jodhpur recorded 22. Turkey is enraged by the expansion of Kurdish influence in northern Syria, the party has withered at the grass-root as party workers have gone elsewhere in the hope of better pickings.” Sehwag told hindi news channel ‘India TV’ during a chat show. Race winner Lewis Hamilton, 6. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | Mumbai | Published: August 2, People want to see a lot of things that I can’t do… on TV, Shiromani Akalil Dal leader Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa said, unknown persons had taken him to Bhardwaj colony where he was burnt alive by pouring kerosene on him.

funding on research fellowships for doctorate students have gone up from Rs 2. For instance, In another initiative, The Vice-Chancellor also displayed the modules to make DMCs available to students through a specially-developed software. Police inspector Ram Jadhav of the anti-dacoity cell said,Based on a tip-off from our informerswe came to know that Nitesh Naresh Bhimani37a resident of Anand Residency in Vimannagarwas using the same number for the BMW car as that of the Swift car he owned We have arrested Bhimani under section 420 of Indian Penal Code and have taken the BMW car in our possession?000 people, seems to enjoy almost a cult status here.. Locals say Azam Khan has changed the face of Rampur City and credit him for his developmental and social initiatives Khan is spoken of with reverence and few openly criticise him" The SP has fielded Naseer Ahmad Khan who has Khan’s backing In the Muslim-dominated constituency of Rampur 12 candidates are in the fray It has a total of 1578951 voters—854877 (male) 723715 (female) and 359 (other community)—who will exercise their right to franchise in 1574 polling booths 4 Sambhal This constituency in Uttar Pradesh grabbed instant headlines when state Minister Azam Khan on 9 April in his war of words with BJP’s Amit Shah allegedly exhorted the electorate in a public rally here to take revenge on the rioters of Muzaffarnagar by pressing the button in the Lok Sabha polls Former Mumbai Police commissioner Satyapal Singh is fighting the polls from this seat on a BJP ticket Sitting MP Shafiq-ur-Rahman Barq (SP) Aqeel-ur-Rehman Khan (BSP) Acharya Pramod Krishnam (Congress) are among other candidates contesting in the seat Sambhal has a total electorate of 1661413 who will vote in 1680 polling booths 5 Amroha Covering the Assembly seats of Dhanaura Naugawan Sadat Amroha Hasanpur and Garhmukteshwar the Amroha parliamentary seat is witnessing a divide between Jats and Muslims It is currently held by Rashtriya Lok Dal MP Devendra Nagpal All total 15 candidates will fight the political battle in this seat There are 1518549 voters in this seats The Election Commission has facilitated for 1568 polling booths Read more:UP polls: Expect no pause in communal hate rhetoric 6 Badaun A report in The Economic Times aptly defines the nature of this constituency in western Uttar Pradesh It said: " This constituency has not seen a ‘local’ Parliamentarian in the last three decades as ‘outsiders’ fielded by major political parties have represented it since 1984 The last time this constituency elected a local was in 1980: Asrar Ahmad of Congress" SP’s Dharmendra Yadav who is the incumbent MP is seeking a re-election and will contest 22 others Badaun covers the Assembly seats of Gunnaur Bisauli Sahaswan Bilsi and Badaun 7 Aonla The Assembly seats of Shekhupur Dataganj Faridpur Bithari Chainpur and Aonla are under the Lok Sabha seat of Aonla In the 15th Lok Sabha this seat is represented by BJP’s Maneka Gandhi who will now contest the polls this time from Pilibhit In 2009 the Congress had not put up a candidate against the estranged daughter-in-law of the Gandhi family The BJP has fielded Dharmendra Kumar Kashyap this time who was a Samajwadi Party candidate from the same seat He had lost the 2009 polls to Maneka Gandhi Congress’ Saleem Iqbal Shervani SP’s Kunwar Sarvraj Singh and Sunita Shakya from the BSP will also try their luck from Aonla There are 13 candidates in the fray from this seat with a total electorate of 1611178 voters This comprises of 896147 (male) 715005 (female) and 26 from the other community Voters will be using 1745 polling booths on 17 April — the day of voting 8 Bareilly Represented by Congress MP Praveen Singh Aron Bareilly has not enjoyed the same fame as its near-namesake Rae Bareli except for its recurrent riots in the last two years It captured the headlines when cleric Maulana Tauqeer Raza Khan expressed his support to the BSP claiming that Mayawati’s party is best capable of stopping communalism Former BJP MP Santosh Gangwar from this seat (1989-2009) is also contesting making it a tough contest between the Congress and the BJP With the Muslim vote likely to be divided only time will tell who will have the last laugh in Bareilly This parliamentary seat envelops the Assembly seats of Meerganj Bhojipura Nawabganj Bareilly and Bareilly Cantt Apart from Aron who is seeking re-election there are 13 others ready to prevent him from doing that The 1604106 comprises of 879761 (male) 724308 (female) and 37 (other community) voters The constituency will have 1645 polling booths 9 Pilibhit This is a Gandhi bastion not of the Congress but of the BJP Maneka Gandhi chose to return to the constituency which she represented from 1989 to 2009 In the last Lok Sabha election she had vacated it for her son Varun which he won by a record margin getting 419489 votes With the return of Maneka Varun has been shifted to Sultanpur Of late with the warring Gandhis constantly keeping the nation’s media busy it will be riveting to see if Maneka can win the seat again There is quiet disappointment on the ground that she did little for the region in all these years Unlike 2009 the Congress is putting up a candidate against Maneka this time Sanjay Kapoor wil fight the polls in Pilibhit on a Congress ticket Pilibhit has 12 candidates contesting against each other and 1637672 voters to choose the winner 10 Shahjahanpur The second Scheduled Caste constituency in Thursday’s round of polls in Uttar Pradesh Shahjahanpur is currently held by Samajwadi Party’s Mithilesh Kumar Kumar is seeking a re-election and will face 12 other candidates in the fray All prominent parties—BJP AAP Congress and BSP—have put up candidates in the seat Shahjahanpur covers the Assembly seats of Katra Jalalabad Tilhar Powayan Shahjahanpur and Dadraul It has the biggest number of electorate among all constituencies in Uttar Pradesh that are going to votes on Thursday The strength of the electorate is 1923767 voters who will vote in 2233 polling booths 11 Kheri In the present Lok Sabha this seat belongs to Zafar Ali Naqvi of the Congress Naqvi will fight the polls from the same seat and will face 10 other contestants in the battle Ravi Prakash Verma of the Samajwadi Party who is a three-time MP from the seat but lost in 2009 will try to regain his seat The BJP has fielded Ajay Mishra and Arvind Giri is the BSP candidate There are 11 candidates contesting from the seat It covers the Assembly seats of Palia Nighasan Gola Gokrannath Sri Nagar and Lakhimpur Written by Naveed Iqbal | New Delhi | Published: June 23 2017 5:50 am Fairoz Khan Top News On Thursday 28-year-old Fairoz Khan was sworn in as the president of the National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) the first Kashmiri to hold the position From Banihal gateway to the Kashmir Valley Khan started his political career in the same college as senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad — the Government Degree College in Bhaderwah Azad was on stage as Khan took oath on Thursday He was elected college president in 2006 and subsequently the district president in 2008 Post this he became part of the NSUI and began working for the party at the national level “There is a big gap in leadership in the country and the youth feel alienated from politicians There is a lacuna that the NSUI will fill by going to every district in every state” Khan told The Indian Express On his birthday two days ago Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi expressed the hope that Fairoz will take the NSUI “from strength to strength” On meeting Gandhi Fairoz said “He asked me about my vision for the NSUI and the country We spoke for over 40 minutes and I told him that my vision is to have one Congress leader in every district” Members of the Congress’ student wing crowded his office to pass on their good wishes for the new president Between handshakes and bouquets Khan emphasised that the higher you go in an organisation “your responsibility increases and that keeps you grounded” After a national application process Khan made the final list of seven candidates interviewed by Gandhi “We talked extensively about the Kashmir crisis and the aspirations of the youth there” Khan added On the state of the party’s leadership Fairoz said that there is “no option” but to elevate Gandhi to the position of party president this year He said Gandhi is a leader way ahead of his time “The issue with him is that he tells the truth” he claimed Fairoz plans to enhance his engagement with youth and increase the presence of the party through out the country “Political parties engage with a very small number of students may be 10 per cent My intention is to engage with hundred per cent Congress will have a leader in every nook and corner” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: June 26 2017 6:35 am People try to push a car through a waterlogged Ram Maruti Road in Thane on Sunday (Express Photo by Deepak Joshi) Top News EVEN as the high tide on Sunday measured 497 metres Mumbai received heavy rainfall on Saturday night as well as the next morning Even though the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) denied any cases of water logging residents of various areas in the city said that water had indeed accumulated and took several hours to recede According to the figures recorded by the India Meteorological Department (IMD) between 830 am on Saturday and 830 am on Sunday the weather station at Colaba recorded 52 mm rainfall while the one at Santa Cruz recorded 37 mm rainfall Subsequently between 830 am and 230 pm on Sunday the weather station at Colaba recorded rainfall of 632 mm while the one at Santa Cruz recorded rainfall of 486 mm of rain The data collected by the weather stations monitored by the BMC indicated that the eastern suburbs received more rainfall than the western suburbs and between 1 am and 11 am on Sunday the weather device at Gavan Pada in Mulund west recorded 25043 mm of rainfall Residents of Mulund said that apart from water logging a few residential societies experienced power outages as well Birju Mundra a resident of VP Road said “It rained very heavily this morning till around 11 am due to which there was water logging at areas like Tambe Nagar VP Road Kalidas PK Road Residents living in Murar Road and PK road experienced a power cut for at least 45 minutes on Sunday morning while people living in Vina Nagar and Swapna Nagri faced a power cut for 25-3 hours on late Saturday night” he said Complaints of water logging were reported in the usual areas as well including Gandhi Market Parel TT and Hindmata Sachin Gala who owns a garment shop in Hindmata market said “After the rains water had accumulated in the area just outside the market from 630 am till 930 am By afternoon the water had started to recede” Similar concerns were highlighted by activist and Matunga resident Nikhil Desai who pointed out that incomplete road work contributed to the clogging of the stormwater drains which ultimately led to water logging “As usual with heavy rainfall for a few hours the BMC is struggling to tackle cases of water logging from 820 am till 1 pm Apart from Gandhi Market water had accumulated on Road number 5 in Matunga east because the material being used for the road-widening work had been left out on the pavement With the rain it flowed into the roadside drains and clogged them This is nothing but the BMC’s apathy towards Mumbai and its residents” he said People travelling in the western suburbs also raised water logging complaints and took to the social media platform Twitter to report that the subways at Malad and Andheri had been shut down for some time due to water logging Apart from cases of water logging the L Ward office received complaints of a drainage overflow near Prakash Hotel in Kurla West Owing to the heavy rain there were 48 incidents of tree falling recorded between Saturday and Sunday of which 26 were in the western suburbs No injuries however were reported There were five cases of partial house collapse in the city of which four occurred in the eastern suburbs while one was in the city area At 120 am on Sunday a case of partial collapse of a building located on Jhulelal Road in Rahul Nagar in Mulund West was reported and two women 42-year-old Sushila Sonawane and 26-year-old Ranjita Kamble sustained injuries They were rescued and taken to MT Agarwal Hospital and their condition is said to be stable Apart from Mumbai even Thane also received heavy rainfall and the disaster management officials said that between 830 pm on Saturday and 830 am on Sunday the city received around 300 mm of rainfall Cases of water logging was reported at various locations both on Saturday and Sunday While 35 cases were reported on Sunday water accumulated at 26 locations in Thane Thirty three cases of tree falling were also reported between Saturday and Sunday The IMD has forecast heavy rain for the next two days as well and both the days have also been listed as high tide days For June 26 IMD officials have predicted intermittent rains or thundershowers in the city as well as the western suburbs while a few places are likely to receive heavy rainfall Similarly thundershowers have been predicted in the city as well as the suburbs For Sunday the eastern suburbs received an average rainfall of 15493 mm while the western suburbs received 9738 mm of rainfall For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sanjeev Verma | Chandigarh | Updated: July 22 2016 5:59 pm Justice S N Dhingra (L) Robert Vadra Top News Before the retired Justice S N Dhingra Commission constituted to probe grant of licences to various real estate companies in four villages of Gurgaon including Skylight Hospitality owned by Congress President Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law Robert Vadra could complete its probe it has become a political tool for counter allegations and mudslinging Even Justice Dhingra is being openly targeted by the Congress government of “becoming a willing political tool” in the hands of BJP and the RSS Unfazed by the consequences or may be the lack of knowledge of legal ramifications the political leaders do not know that the act of bringing the Commission or any of its members into disrepute may land them six months behind bars Legal eagles say that in the past they have not seen such mudslinging on any of the retired judge heading the Commission of Inquiry Section 10 A of the Commission of Inquiry Act 1952 clearly states “If any person by words either spoken or intended to be read makes or publishes any statement or does any other act which is calculated to bring the Commission or any member thereof into disrepute he shall be punishable with simple imprisonment for a term which may extend to six months or with fine or with both” Constituted by the BJP government in Haryana on May 14 last year Commission’s mandate was to look into grant of licences for developing colonies in Gurgaon Sector 83 which included the Vadra-owned M/s Skylight Hospitality in Shikohpur village Thereafter on Commission’s own recommendations the state government on August 28 last year extended its scope to four villages of Shikohpur Sihi Kherki Daula and Sikanderpur Badha which brought Gurgaon Sectors 78 to 86 under its ambit The Commission was granted first extension of tenure by the state government in December last year second extension on June 6 this year and the third extension on June 30 for submission of report by August 31 Though the first two extensions were never questioned by the political parties but just a day prior to June 30 when the Commission was expected to submit its report former Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda raised questions on the legal sanctity of the Commission Hooda who himself is under the scanner for issuing licences to colonies being the head of the Town and Country Planning department wrote a letter to the Haryana Governor Kaptan Singh Solanki on June 29 that the constitution of the Commission does not have prior cabinet approval and the terms of reference of the enquiry were also changed midway and that too at the suggestion of the Commission itself However despite granting two opportunities to him by the Commission Hooda has not appeared before it for recording of his statement Before Hooda even the Indian National Lok Dal had also questioned the constitution of the Commission The same day on June 29 the Congress government brought papers before the media saying that Justice Dhingra compromised his position as an independent Commission head by seeking favours for Gopal Singh Charitable Trust headed by him that too when he was heading the Commission As per reports a Gurgaon native Harish Chakravarty gifted a land measuring 2235 square yards to the Trust in Jatola village of Gurgaon for starting a school After this Justice Dhinga wrote on December 12 last year to the Haryana government for construction of a cement paver block road leading to the Trust land As per government records the state government approved the construction of road on the same day on December 12 last year and later sanctioned a sum of Rs 9540 lakh for the same out of which Rs 4770 lakh have been released However Justice Dhingra has responded to the allegations that he has not sought any benefit for himself from the state government but for the Trust which would only benefit the people and there was no wrongdoing The Congress has also raised a question that despite giving statements to the media on June 29 that the Commission has prepared his report and would submit to the state government next day Justice Dhingra sought six weeks further time on June 30 Whereas the state BJP government went a step ahead by granting it eight weeks’ time till August 31 READ: Congress snubs Dhingra Commission asks BJP to stop ‘political witch-hunt’ against Robert Vadra READ: Justice Dhingra row: Confront law rather than indulging in political propaganda says Naqvi READ: Justice Dhingra says why he sought more time to give report on Robert Vadra land deals Watch Video: What’s making news For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Divya Goyal | Ludhiana | Updated: July 4 2016 3:27 pm AAP MLA Naresh Yadav has been booked for allegedly ‘desecrating’ Quran (Source: File) Top News In October last year when the Guru Granth Sahib was desecrated in Punjab it had led to a massive uproar against the ruling SAD-BJP government So much so that the government had to launch the Mukh Mantri Tirath Yatra scheme to control the statewide protests spending crores and ferrying pilgrims to Varanasi Sri Hazoor Sahib Ajmer Sharif and churches in Chennai free of cost While the SAD-BJP is still feeling the ripples of that ‘crisis’ another bombshell has been dropped in Punjab months ahead of assembly polls and this time it has embroiled the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) With Vijay Kumar the main accused in the recent alleged desecration of the Quran in Malerkotla naming AAP MLA Naresh Yadav as a ‘conspirator’ with the intention of ‘getting AAP political mileage’ in the elections the spotlight has shifted onto AAP Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news What has raised eyebrows is the timing of this ‘AAP-MLA expose’ by the police Vijay Kumar alongwith his two accomplices was arrested on June 27 exactly three days after desecration of the Quran Earlier police had maintained that Vijay was a ‘Pakistan and Muslim hater’ who wanted ‘revenge of Dinanagar and Pathankot terrorist attacks from Muslims’ Patiala range IG PS Umranangal had clearly stated that ‘there was no other motive behind the act’ A day later on June 28 it came to light that Vijay’s accomplice Nand Kishore is zonal secretary of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) in Pathankot – the organization claimed that ‘their leader has been falsely implicated’ It was only on July 2 five days after the arrest of Vijay and a night before the visit of Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal to Punjab that police came up with AAP MLA theory Also on July 2 the local media was specifically ‘called’ by the cops outside Rajindra Hospital of Patiala where Vijay had been taken for a medical check and the media was allowed to speak to him It was here that Vijay named AAP MLA Naresh Yadav to the media Now the Punjab police claims that ‘it has enough evidence against Yadav to prove that he planned entire conspiracy with Vijay’ “We have their call records The calls are as long as 40 minutes and they have not spoken once but multiple times in past months We have evidence that they met at Yadav’s place on the day of incident before Vijay left Delhi for Malerkotla He has also claimed that Yadav had promised him Rs 1 crore” said Sangrur SSP Pritpal Singh Thind to The Indian Express The MLA’s name was added to FIR for ‘conspiracy’ and ‘spreading hatred’ under section 109 and 153-A of IPC respectively and he has now been summoned on Tuesday when Kejriwal will visit Ludhiana for a meeting with industrialists Yadav has accepted that ‘he was in touch with Vijay over the phone and SMS’ but ‘in relation to party tickets’ Kejriwal hads already called it ‘a well-weaved conspiracy against AAP’ claiming that ‘SAD-BJP can see defeat at face in 2017’ The only Muslim majority town in post Partition Punjab Malerkotla is on the boil On June 24 pages of the Quran were found strewn on the Khanna road near a drain and the small town with a history of Sikh-Muslim-Hindu harmony witnessed arson and violence The residential premises of local SAD MLA Farzana Alam were attacked vehicles torched followed by firing from the police and the mob Interestingly both SAD and Congress have women leaders here The current MLA and the former MLA are also connected to the Punjab police While Farzana is wife of ex-DGP prisons Izhar Alam her Congress rival and former MLA Razia Sultana is wife of current DGP human rights Mohammad Mustafa Izhar Alam has alleged ‘Congress hand behind attack at their residence’ while MLA Farzana has now alleged that ‘it was joint Congress-AAP conspiracy’ to ‘instigate people against SAD-BJP’ Sultana had fired back saying that ‘Alam should talk about this to deputy CM Sukhbir Badal and get Congress’ hand proved through the police’ She also questioned ‘why Alam is quiet on VHP link and not questioning ally BJP over it’ This is a major controversy for AAP which is poised to grievously harm both national parties in the 2017 elections Kejriwal is visiting Malerkotla today to attend an ‘Iftaar’ party and engage in a ‘meaningful’ talk with Muslim community accompanied by local MP Bhagwant Mann SAD-BJP and Congress has already termed it as a ‘drama’ and said that ‘Delhi CM is trying to fish in the troubled waters of Punjab for his own political motives’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Bharat Sundaresan | Published: October 27 2012 1:50 am Related News When the third and fourth best teams in one domestic tournament are granted direct entry and actual champions from elsewhere are forced to jostle for two meagre spots qualification fist-fightswhy call it the Champions League T20 in the first place Where Trinidad & Tobago are still not considered champion material good enough for direct entry despite having been one of the Champions League T20s few success stories Not to forget among the most successful T20 teams in the world and home to eight of the present World T20 champions But its probably too idealistic to expect any different when a tournaments ownership rests in the hands of an exclusive bunch of countries-50 per cent with the BCCI In fact so uneven is its playing fieldthat the Champions League T20 (CLT20) ends up tripping on its own feet The concept of the CLT20 itself is not a bad one The amalgamation of the T20 champions from around the world fighting it out for the prize of being crowned the best The CLT20s bane though has been the skewed concentration of power And the time might well be nigh for the International Cricket Council (ICC) to take over the reins and turn it into a nonpartisan world championshipespecially with the franchise format having replaced regional T20 tournaments in most parts of the world already The ICCs involvement will not only depreciate the bullying power of the present stakeholders of the CLT20it will also ensure that the English counties-who are unlikely to return to the CLT20 having opted out from the 2013 event for now-are retained With a window for the CLT20 already present in their future tours programmethe time may have come for the ICC to throw their weight around and take ownership so that the tournament actually merits the Champions League title Bharat is a senior correspondent based in Mumbai [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Manoj C G | Published: January 25 2012 2:56 am Related News Spend more Citing a recent World Bank forecast that developing countriesincluding Indiashould be prepared for a 2008-like or worse financial crisisthe CPM has again called for greater public spending Peoples Democracy warns that India cannot ward off the global economic recession by furthering the neoliberal agenda An editorial in Peoples Democracy says the governments hopesthat further liberalisation will attract foreign funds and provide an impetus for growthwere misplaced because the World Bank has warned that rich countries had little monetary or fiscal ammunition available to stem continuing recession Despite thisthe editorial claimsthe government appears all set to bring in financial reform legislations in the budget session of Parliament and plans to open up the retail sector to FDI soon after the five assembly elections The need of the hoursays the editorialis massive public investment to build social and economic infrastructure while generating large-scale employment The consequent growth of domestic demand in India is what that can sustain a healthy economic growth rate?589 voters — 9, it’s something. and they do not need to give up on their dreams if they have the right partner.

reported that someone had stolen his scooter from Sector 9 on the night intervening January 15/16.was caught red-handed while stealing a mobile phone from his shop in Kajheri village,and will not be able to get admission in the top colleges of the city.narrow approach and population density, 2016 Watch| Swami Om comes back on Bigg Boss 10 for the second time Guess who is back in the house with a big fan [email protected] & #ManveerGurjar break into an emotional outburst as #ManuPunjabi leaves the house#BB10 #Video?? http://s.tco/9P0hF13ej4 — Bigg Boss (@BiggBoss) December 5 2016 In fact we would also see Mona blaming Priyanka for Manu’s exit The Bhojpuri actor taunts Priyanka saying she has achieved what she had come for to which Priyanka Jagga replies that her friendship with Manu could also be the reason stating that she is his friend since the first week of the show while it is Mona who had come in between them Also read | Bigg Boss 10: Manu Punjabi will return to the show after performing mother’s lastrites Asking for justification Priyanka speaks to Bani and a verbal spat erupts between them It has been just a day since Swami Om walked out of the Bigg Boss house While people were just starting to rejoice his absence and the silence that comes with it Bigg Boss announces his comeback Watch | Ranveer Singh adds Befikre-ness to Bigg Boss 10 This is for the first time that a contestant has been sent back in the house for the second time To those who do not know Swami Om had exited the house with regard to the court hearing in the national capital Will his comeback annoy the housemates even more For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: October 14 2017 4:40 pm MS Dhoni hit a couple of slog-sweeps and a cover drive while batting left-handed (Source: Instagram) Related News The 40000 odd-crowd which turned up at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad were left disappointed as the third T20I between India and Australia was abandoned without a ball being bowled due to wet outfield However Indian players including the likes of Virat Kohli Rohit Sharma MS Dhoni took it upon themselves to cheer up the sombre mood around the ground as by displaying their batting skills but in a way which was never seen before Due to the wet outfield the Indian team did not indulge in heavy warm-ups and instead opted for some light and entertaining session It was Virat Kohli who took up the willow and batted left-handed He seemed quite impressive as he smashed one on the off side leaving the crowd in raptures Hardik Pandya came in next but was bowled This left everyone around him in peals of laughter Next it was Rohit Sharma and then MS Dhoni who took turns to bat left-handed Dhoni’s lofted shots in particular brought huge cheers from the crowd With the match being called off the crowd was definitely pleased that they could catch a glimpse of their favourite stars displaying some unusual skills from their repertoire The T20 series was shared 1-1 between Indian and Australia For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News Until that point,I was an Indian woman who was queer, says the 26-year-old filmmaker who was born in Delhi She completed her post-graduation in Cinema Studies and Culture and Media at NYUs Tisch School of the Arts in May 2009 The 18-minute film will be screened on May 26 at the India Habitat Centre and will be followed by a panel discussion In the filmPriyankaan immigrant from Indiais a proud pan sexual who shares stories of her relationships with her mother and friends In sharp contrastanother Indian-origin woman referred to as A? The amount of biogas expected to be generated from STP is approximately 402. he said.

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