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How can tickets be over?” wondered a disappointed football fan ‘Fans make a stadium’ Kerala’s association and fascination for football is not new Unlike other Indian states where cricket takes precedence Kerala and especially the Malabar region lights up in feverish excitement every time the World Cup comes calling The historic Brazil-Argentina rivalry finds deep resonance in the state too with giant billboards and posters plastered over small towns and villages Upping the excitement level is the recent popularity of the Indian Super League and the local Kerala Blasters team “A stadium needs good fans When I come to watch ISL games here there’s always a lot of excitement and cheering Even foreign players have talked about the fans here” said Rolly who works as an animator at a local news channel Fans were left bitterly disappointed with the tickets sold out (Source: Express photo) Rolly is a native of Parappur in Thrissur which has put a number of good players under the spotlight including CV Pappachan who was a part of the Kerala Police team that won two Federation Cups Thrissur district also produced IM Vijayan one of the finest Indian football players who came to be called ‘karutha muthu’ (black pearl) by fans But Thrissur also has a personal connection with the U-17 World Cup Rahul Praveen the only Malayali player in the 21-member national team is a native of Thrissur “It is a great moment of pride for us” said Naveen with a smile For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: AFP | Kabul | Updated: September 20 2017 1:10 pm Thousands of fans have been travelling acrossthe war-torn country to watch the domestic T20 competition (Source: AP) Top News Afghan soldier Ehsanullah waves anational flag as he dances half-naked in the stands of Kabul’smain cricket ground — one of thousands of fans defying risinginsecurity for the rare opportunity to see their favouritegame live The 23-year-old took time off from fighting Talibaninsurgents in volatile Kandahar province to attend theShpageeza Cricket League in the Afghan capital just days after a suicide bomber blew himself up outside the stadium “I want to show my love and support the sport” saidEhsanullah wearing only the baggy trousers of his traditional shalwar kameez to show off his chest painted in the nationalcolours of green red and black and his back scrawled with thename of Afghanistan’s teenage leg-spinner Rashid Khan Thousands of cricket-mad fans have been travelling acrossthe war-torn country to watch the domestic T20 competitionthat ends Friday Photos posted on Twitter purportedly show a long convoyof mini buses packed with flag-waving supporters some sittingon the rooftops driving from neighbouring Logar province tocatch the final days of play The fifth edition of the six-team tournament hasattracted big-name Afghan and foreign players coaches andcommentators bringing much-needed cheer to a country worn down by grinding conflict The deadly violence almost reached the cricket ground onthe third day of the tournament when a suicide bomber blew himself up at a police checkpoint near the stadium wherehundreds of spectators were watching a game inside Three people were killed including a policeman and fiveothers were wounded in the blast that briefly interrupted playand rattled foreigners unaccustomed to explosions While some of the foreign contingents left Afghanistan inthe wake of the attack most chose to stay after receivingassurances from President Ashraf Ghani that their securitywould be beefed up “I don’t feel that I am in any danger… I stand insolidarity not only with the Afghan cricketers but with the people of Afghanistan” former Zimbabwe captain and commentator Alistair Campbell told AFP Former England one-day captain Adam Hollioake one of team coaches tweeted: “I refuse to be terrorised I stay til the job is done” ‘Say no to terrorism’ After the blast fans returned to the stadium formingqueues hundreds of metres long as they waited patiently to getinside as heavily armed security forces patrolled the grounds Spectators are happy to be able to watch a game banned inthe late 1990s by the then ruling Islamist Taliban who viewed sports as a distraction from religious duties but is nowmaking a stunning revival The country was catapulted into the elite club of Testnations in June and made its landmark Lord’s debut the following month “We are scared but we have to say no to terrorism” said22-year-old Shamsul Haq who travelled from the southeastern province of Paktika to sell Afghan national flags to spectators and watch the cricket Matches are punctuated by the blare of team songs — broadcast in Afghanistan’s two official languages of Dari and Pashto — whenever a big-swinging batsman hits a four or asix delighting the mostly male crowd Fans unable to go to the stadium follow the competitionon televisions in homes shops and restaurants around the country “I have come to the stadium only on the days when Rashid Khan’s team is playing and I watch the other matches on television” said Azizullah Shabab 17 who skipped school to watch the tournament For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shahid Judge | Mumbai | Updated: August 15 2017 10:05 am Yuki Bhambri (157) beat Gael Monfils in the Citi Open earlier this month Related News For the past few Davis Cup ties the Indian team has steadily shifted focus to singles It’s a similar strategy against Canada for the World Group Playoff in September And in Yuki Bhambri and Ramkumar Ramanathan the Indians have two singles players high in form and confidence “We had to give importance to singles when we made the selection since four of the five rubbers are singles matches and Yuki and Ramkumar were automatic picks given their rankings and performances” says SP Misra chairman of the selection committee Along with the pair Rohan Bopanna and Saketh Myneni have been named in the squad along with reserve players N Sriram Balaji and Prajnesh Gunneswaran In June at the Antalya Open Ramkumar came up with a straight-sets win over world No8 Dominic Thiem and then stretched 2006 Australian Open finalist Marcos Baghdatis in the next round The string of performances which also included a runner-up finish at the Winnetka Challenger took the 22-year-old’s ranking up to a career high 168 Bhambri meanwhile is India’s highest ranked player at 157 The 25-year-old who has twice broken into the top 100 rankings came up with a strong run at the Citi Open beating World No22 Gael Monfils He followed it up with a win over former World No39 Guido Pell before losing to former No10 Kevin Anderson in three sets “Those two big wins against Thiem and Monfils will make them fearless when it comes to playing against top opposition later on” says Davis Cup coach Zeeshan Ali Against Canada India will have an opponent that boasts three top 100 singles players World No10 Milos Raonic the finalist at Wimbledon 2016 may lead the charge should he confirm his availability for the tie Ranked 78 is Vasek Pospisil who is also an avid doubles player Just last week 18-year-old Denis Shapovalov became the youngest ever player to reach the semi-finals of an ATP Masters when he beat the likes of 2009 US Open winner Juan Martin del Potro and 15-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal His rank subsequently jumped 78 places to 67 The tie will be won or lost in the singles rubbers for India Bhambri and Ramkumar’s involvement becomes all the more crucial since Myneni who is likely to pair up with Rohan Bopanna for the doubles rubber is short of match time The 29-year-old got back to playing competitively only in July after a six month injury layoff This will be the fourth consecutive year that India has reached the World Group Playoff but the first time that it will be an away tie – Canada will host the matches at the Northlands Coliseum an indoor stadium in Edminton “We are having a week-long camp before the Davis Cup week at an indoor facility at the Columbia University to get us accustomed to the conditions we might face in Canada” Ali says “All our singles players need to do is maintain their form and fitness” The crowd factor will remain crucial Shapovalov beat Nadal in front of a capacity crowd at the Uniprix Stadium in Montreal Bhambri and Ramkumar are confident but playing against high ranked opponents in front of a partisan crowd – that too over four rubbers – will be a tough challenge Absence of Vishnu Vardhan Vishnu Vardhan was not picked for the Davis Cup team despite being in good form himself The 30-year-old has won three Challenger doubles titles on the trot – one more than N Sriram Balaji who has been named as a reserve for the squad Vardhan also features 10 ranking places above Balaji’s 133 “We picked Balaji because he had a good outing against Uzbekistan in the previous Davis Cup tie” says Misra Vardhan meanwhile has been named for the Asian Indoor Games to be held in Ashgabat Turkmenistan at the same time as the World Group Playoffs He will lead the team that includes Sumit Nagal Sidharth Rawat and Vijay Sunder Prashanth For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: May 15 2017 9:27 am Boney Kapoor is hopeful that Salman Khan will do his next film Top News Producer Boney Kapoor says he is all set to start working on the sequel to the 2005 movie No Entry and will soon meet superstar Salman Khan for the same Boney says the script is almost ready for the second part and he hopes Salman says yes to the project “I am going to meet Salman very soon and discuss the sequel If he can’t do it then we will explore possibilities We have a script ready so we will explore (other actors)” he told PTI Directed by Anees Bazmee the 2005 hit comedy had an ensemble cast of Anil Kapoor Salman Fardeen Khan Lara Dutta Esha Deol Celina Jaitley and Bipasha Basu in an extended cameo Anil and Fardeen have already been locked for the sequel “It (story) was worked out with him (Salman) in mind For us to go ahead with the sequel we will have to chat with him (Salman) first He is a fantastic guy to work with we have had a wonderful experience working with him but I would respect his decision (about the sequel)” Boney says Also Read:I am not dating anyone: Arjun Kapoor on link-up rumours with AthiyaShetty There were reports that Hrithik Roshan might replace Salman in the sequel To which Boney says “We have not approached him (Hrithik)” When asked if he has thought of casting Hrithik for the lead Boney says “All that (referring to the decision of casting another actor) will happen only after I meet Salman” Meanwhile Boney’s home production Sridevi starrer “Mom” is set to release on July 7 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: January 13 2017 3:08 am Filmmaker-actor Aparna Sen and table maestro Zakir Hussain were awarded with PIFF Distinguished Personality Award at the inauguration on Thursday Pavan Khengre Top News THE 15TH edition of Pune International Film Festival (PIFF) kicked off on Thursday with a modest inauguration ceremony held at City Pride Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis also gave the inauguration a miss presumably due to the ongoing model code of conduct for PMC and PCMC election Renowned filmmaker Aparna Sen actress Seema Deo were honoured with PIFF Distinguished Personality Award Table meastro Zakir Hussain was awarded with R D Burman memorial award Watch What Else is Making News The eight day film fest was inaugurated by veteran actor Dr Mohan Agashe and City Pride Multiplex owners Arvind Chaphalkar and Prakash Chaphalkar The event started with a Flamenco Dance performance by Indo-Spanish group comprising Monica Gelafonte Carlos Ganto and Subroto Dey “Every year the festival is growing and this time we received as many as 1118 films from 14 countries for our World Competition Section We always try to show as many new films as we can” said Jabbar Patel Director PIFF “We have a tribute to Om Puri and people who left us We have started PIFF bazaar where all academic discussions are happening The main stage at the Bazaar has been named after Mr Puri” added Patel For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shubhra Gupta | New Delhi | Updated: June 10 2017 7:56 am Behen Hogi Teri movie review: Not Shruti Haasan Rajkummar Rao is the only element worth looking at in this film Related News Behen Hogi Teri movie cast: Rajkummar Rao Shruti Haasan Gautam Gulati Gulshan Grover Ranjeet Kamlesh Gill Darshan Jariwala Ninad Kamat Herry Tangri Behen Hogi Teri movie director: Ajay K Pannalal Behen Hogi Teri movie rating: 15 stars ‘Din mein bhaiyaa raat mein saiinyaa’ The premise of this film reminded me of a delicious near-forgotten jungle saying which means brother by day lover by night This phrase has deep meaning in a certain kind of North Indian ethos where the ‘ ladkiyon-ko-taadne-waley-mohalle-ke-lafangey’ was kept in check with that awful threat of a thread on the wrist: if a girl made you her `rakhi brother’ all dreams of becoming anything else were instantly dashed We come upon Gattu (Rajkummar Rao) his best friend (Herry Tangri) and company cowering in a Lucknow corner because they don’t want this fate worse than death to befall them Especially because the love of Gattu’s life Binny (Shruti Haasan) is one of those firebrand type ‘phuljharis’ who goes around pointing to potential ‘saiyaans’ and turning them into sniveling `bhaiyyas’ Gattu and Binny live across the `gali’ from each other so we hear a lot of family banter and neighbourhood chatter A few more characters in the shape of grizzled veterans Gulshan Grover and Ranjeet crop up But it’s all so banal that it’s hard to get excited about the fate of any of these people and the assorted `bhais’ and `behens’ all looking for suitable brides and grooms as the case may be And this film may be set in Lucknow but there is nothing Lucknowi about it: given the degree of Jat-ness in the air character and lines-wise it could well have been somewhere in Haryana It’s also flat Which is a pity because there is some potential in here A couple of cheeky subversions — of the standard ‘Rahul-Raj’ type Bollywood lover of a belligerent fellow turning weepy the title itself — are not as impactful as they could have been in a smarter film And why do husbands have to do ‘raksha’ in place of brothers Women are quite capable of taking care of themselves no Or at least that’s what a film in 2017 ought to be saying The only element worth looking at in this film apart from the dependable Kamat is the rock-solid Rao If he was given a better co-star than the strictly one-note Haasan this might have turned out to be a better film For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News
download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Beijing | Published: April 14,a Kotwar (village Chowkidar) and a village patel, Tannishtha Chatterjee and Nawazuddin Siddiqui. Top News Indian origin British actor Dev Patel,the UPA has allowed the mess to get messier. And in the mudslinging that will ensue, What we know from media reports is that Modi has pulled up Rajnath and his son for misdemeanours. He must get this investigated and must get to the bottom.
she travelled to Mumbai carrying the contraband concealed in two liquor cartons. a Kenyan woman.