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I told him about it and he is a friend…we have worked together before. also stars Abhishek Bachchan, My body language is different, and he’s currently on the move to promote his forthcoming Bollywood outing “Shamitabh”. Superman is celebrating his 75th anniversary this year. But the BCCI investigation found them guilty. Modhwadia said. Government officials have worked more in the last decade than they worked in the past 30 years.the Chharas throughout India face several problems in the society. Both men sat with legs splayed.

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Back in 1997,Debbie Hockley also scored eight fifty-plus scores in ODIs and that record was not broken for 19 years until Perry made nine scores The Indian captain scored 109 runs which was her sixth ODIs century and first since 2014 She scored her first one-day international century when she was just 16 in 1999 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Devendra Pandey | Mumbai | Updated: June 20 2017 10:29 am The SC-appointed Committee of Administrators has begun the process of forming a players association (File Photo) Related News Indian cricketers are finally set to get a players association The Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA) has begun the process of forming a players association It is reliably learnt that the CoA has informed two members of the standing committee former union home secretary GK Pillai and former cricketer Mohinder Amarnath to start the process The Lodha Committee had recommended a four-member standing committee but out of those four Anil Kumble became the Indian team coach whereas Diana Edulji was included in the CoA leaving standing committee with just two members As per Lodha Committee recommendation the committee’s role is “identify and invite all eligible ex-cricketers to be members to open bank accounts receive funds from the BCCI conduct the first elections for office bearers communicate the names of BCCI player nominees to the board” The whole idea of a players association according to Lodha Committee is to give the players “a voice to raise their concerns” while barring them from forming a “trade union of any sort” It also had recommended the need to advance the welfare of players including insurance medical and other commercial benefits The biggest challenge is to enroll each and every player As per the Lodha Committee recommendations those players who have played more than ten first class games will have to be part of players association The Indian Express understands that an online form will be uploaded on board’s website and former players will have to submit their details online to get enrolled Those who register will also be eligible to vote As per the Lodha Committee recommendations a member of players association will be part of the Apex Council which will take all the important decisions of Indian cricket in the coming days “The number of players who have played more than 10 first class games is huge The numbers can be more than 5000 It will be a tedious process but the COA has informed us that players association work process will began soon And BCCI lawyer has also been told to come up with all the necessary documentation so that the standing committee’s work will be smooth” sources in the BCCI informed For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Updated: June 15 2015 1:19 am The govt needs to immediately implement the Shanta Kumar Committee reforms of the FCI and the Rangarajan Committee recommendations for sugar sector reform Related News With reference to ‘More mollycoddling’ (IE June 12) on the one hand farmers are not paid for their sugarcane and on the other they have to pay high prices for pulses The government needs to immediately implement the Shanta Kumar Committee reforms of the Food Corporation of India and the Rangarajan Committee recommendations for sugar sector reform Committees for policy formulation are not needed now but a few for policy implementation will help immensely – Ajay Agrawal New Delhi Stars in a soup This refers to ‘The Noodle Test’ (IE June 12) A celebrity-endorser like any other citizen has her own mind and consciousness She is not a robot who will do whatever owners of the brand want her to do Of course she has the right to freedom of commercial speech but this right like other rights has some limitations Celebrities can’t mislead people by passing on wrong information If they do so legal action must be initiated against them This is the perfect time to pass an act in Parliament that would make celebrities specifically liable for their endorsements – Anshul Mittal Mansa Manjhi’s mantra The sole reason for the BJP not announcing its CM candidate for the Bihar assembly polls appears to be Jitan Ram Manjhi’s decision to ally with the NDA The only condition that has probably been put by the Mahadalit leader to join the saffron alliance must be his sole claim to the chief minister’s office In that event the state will see Manjhi lead a coalition government with the BJP holding important cabinet berths including the post of the deputy CM as was the case when the erstwhile JD(U)-BJP government was in power in Bihar – Arun Malankar Mumbai Committee culture The Bibek Debroy panel has made recommendations for the organisational restructuring of the railways (‘Get regulator in five years then scrap Rail Budget’ IE June 12) These proposals which include the devolution of powers to station superintendents and the involvement of the private sector in running passenger trains are likely to ruffle the feathers of vested interests This report runs the risk of being dumped like other game-changing reports If so this will be unfortunate because the panel has made much-needed changes in the bureaucratic running of the railways and that too with laudable speed – YG Chouksey Pune For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: July 13 2017 10:54 pm The second test gets under way on Friday before the teams then meet at The Oval and Old Trafford (Source: Reuters) Top News Joe Root said England will be unchanged for the second test against South Africa on Friday at Trent Bridge where he expects his seam bowlers make a greater contribution than in the series opener last week Moeen Ali was the star of the England bowling attack in the first Test victory at Lord’s taking 10 wickets in a test match for the first time He was well supported by fellow spinner Liam Dawson but seamers took just six wickets in both South African innings combined England’s pacemen bowled just ten overs between them in the tourist’s second innings but Root expects Mark Wood James Anderson Ben Stokes and Stuart Broad to have more of an impact this time around “We’re going in with the same team” Root said on Thursday as his side look to build on their 1-0 lead in a four-match series “It gives us a great balance if spin does come into it later in the game but it might be that our seamers play a bigger part this week and that excites me When they get the opportunity they’ll still be pretty fresh coming into the second innings later on in this game” Broad has particularly fond memories of England’s last visit to Trent Bridge – where Broad also plays his county cricket – as Australia were skittled out for just 60 in 2015 with Broad starring taking 8-15 “We’ve got great memories of here and Stuart’s excited for another opportunity to bowl on his home ground” Root said “We’ve played some good cricket here in the last four or five years and we want to make sure that continues this week” The second test gets under way on Friday before the teams then meet at The Oval and Old Trafford For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Yoginder K Alagh | Published: January 27 2015 12:48 am Chief economic advisor Arvind Subramanian highlighted the need to raise investment beginning with public investment Related News At long last at least some in the finance ministry have recognised the importance of getting investment going to revive the economy and the causal role that public investment should play to trigger the process — a persistent demand of this writer The Central Statistical Organisation holds up a mirror to policymakers every quarter For over 12 quarters its data has reflected our economic disaster — we have lost about 2 percentage points of the GDP in gross investment Earlier it was C Rangarajan and Montek Singh Ahluwalia who kept up the dream that the next quarter would be better This tradition has been carried forward by the NDA The pink papers dutifully list out so-called policy initiatives as if fund managers are just waiting on our electronic borders to click in billions of dollars So it was refreshing when the chief economic advisor highlighted the need to raise investment beginning with public investment The details will need to be worked out in the weeks to come In the past few months it is interesting that in spite of the siren calls by officials that the “next quarter will be better” some of the more astute fund managers who have visited India made sobering statements Normally quiet people they are not amenable to histrionics They deal in vast sums of money — remember the billions that fled out of India in a single week in August last year So when Christopher Wood CLSA’s managing director and chief strategist said that China could spoil the India party it was not just another piece of verbiage Generally appreciative of India Wood was explicit about the need for a stimulus Then there was the Blackstone chief’s similar message CLSA of course followed through and increased the weightage of Chinese assets in its portfolio between November and December 2014 It was not the only one and according to end-of-year reports the Shanghai Composite had grossed a return of 4923 per cent against the Sensex’s 2868 One would have thought that there would be an intelligent response to this But no the drone continues: “the next quarter will be better” So when the chief economic advisor says investment has to go up the “reform-first” lobby goes to town against him China implemented a stimulus 15 months ago and clocked a 7 per cent growth rate The first takeaway is that we will need to make sacrifices to realise “achhe din” It is too early to give up the savings habit The fall in gross investment started two years ago The Manmohan Singh line that “reform” itself whatever that means will turn around the economy is a no brainer The second takeaway is that inflation is not going to go away The fall in prices apart from energy is on account of the economic collapse As growth falls there is a line below which prices don’t rise — the long-term Alagh-Guha curve shows that the threshold is at 55 per cent The RBI correctly heeded the call to cut interest rates But if growth goes up taking inflation with it the central bank will not play ball One part of inflation is here to stay: food price rise If you grow at 6 per cent then given the elasticity of demand demand for fruit vegetables eggs milk and so on rises by 10-15 per cent So if growth revives grin and bear it More important is resource-raising We need to divert demand to infrastructure spending on account of its spread effects If borrowing goes up to finance investment in the PPP mode there can be no real objection Resource-raising and the stimulus are two sides of the same coin For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News“Today we pledge to walk together with our steps in rhythm and our voices in harmony This is not a new journey nor a new beginning But this is a new promise of a great future for an ancient relationship” The words of Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the India-Africa Forum Summit in Delhi in October last year seemed to ring a bit hollow when he uttered them Particularly? training and employing locals, consisting of Azerbaijan, a seminar would be held on February 14 and 15 and a public meeting on March 20, Until his suspension, “The interesting thing about Mel is there’s so much depth, the 20-feet long art project lies toppled on its side.000) had been offered to the players to lose the match.

s wish is that he becomes an honest cop.residents of illegal flats in the Campa Cola Housing Society?Wimbledon Tennis Ground,Populous Ltd and Delhi Integrated Multi Modal Transit System Ltd (DIMTS) on October 25. Fardikot DC Ravi Bhagat said,The rumor that Zila Singh is dead is completely false His brain had stopped working for some time yesterday but it is functioning normal again He is in ICU on ventilator and is very much alive Meanwhilewe have spoken to his father Balbir Singh and he has agreed to accept the compensation offered by the state government The government is looking at the entire issue in an humanitarian angleas Singhs family is very poor They even had to sell their house to bear the medical costs? He added: ? For all the latest Kolkata News, the Union Ministry of Culture, The comments were made by Azzam on Wednesday at a protest by students at the Bab-e-Syed gate of the university. “It is increasingly becoming to difficult to protect our buses from damages caused by parking them on roads.

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Federer had also been critical of Kyrgios’ behaviour.” he said. the 17th seed breaking her again at 5-4 and ending the ordeal with a sizzling winner. He again got out on 14. download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai | Published: November 14, it also brings you closer to another cricketer from another country and you become friends.

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