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as compared to villages where such competition did not occur. download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Updated: September 20, he refused his salary (which was ? Remember,” Share This Article Related Article Aggrieved by irregular water supply and lack of clean drinking water in their hostels, 2016 4:10 am Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) chairperson Swati Maliwal.the ruling BJP was able to win five of the seven seats in which by-elections were held largely on account of the sitting MLAs being elected to the Lok Sabha. And to make matters even more hopeless for the hosts,Ravichandran Ashwin was out leg before to O’Keefe Ashwin wasgiven not out by the umpire before Australia pressed for DRS and got the verdict reversed in their favour Later Saha was out leg before in the last over before tea to complete a miserable second session for the home team Australia ahead by 155 runs on the first innings were dismissed by the hosts for 285 in the extended first session India’s highest ever successful fourth innings run-chase at home has been 387 against England in 2008 at Chennai The visitors added 142 runs in the extended openingsession in 41 overs after commencing at the overnight 143 for 4 with Smith (59) and Mitchell Marsh (21) at the crease Smith curbed his natural attacking instincts to slowlyand steadily inch his way to 109 in 255 minutes and 202 balls inclusive of 11 fours when he was trapped leg before by Ravindra Jadeja for his second wicket of the morning However by the time of the visiting team’s skipperdeparture at 246 the Australian lead had swelled past the 400mark – a huge one by any reckoning that looks impregnable on this treacherous pitch Mitchell Starc who made a whirlwind 61 in the firstinnings later treated the bowlers harshly by striking 3 sixesand 2 fours in a quick-fire 30 off 31 balls before he wascaught in the deep off Ravichandran Ashwin to give the off spinner his first wicket of the day and fourth overall Jadeja sent back Marsh for 31 and Stephen O’Keefe for 6 to terminate the innings and end up with innings figures of 3 for 65 while Ashwin’s analysis read 4 for 119 Umesh Yadav the only other successful bowler finished with 2 for 39 to add to his 4 for 32 in the first innings For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Pragya Kaushika | New Delhi | Updated: April 27 2016 8:16 am Anshul Verma BJP MP from Hardoi UP was the only MP who took the special bus to Parliament Tuesday (Source: Express photo) Related News While a majority of BJP MPs said the DTC buses deployed for them by the Delhi government were not convenient one MP decided to board the special air-conditioned bus to go to Parliament Tuesday morning Meet Anshul Verma BJP Lok Sabha MP from Hardoi Uttar Pradesh who decided to take the special bus despite having both odd and even-numbered cars Share This Article Related Article On why he took the bus he said “There are laws that have been put in place for a common man These laws apply to us as well More so because we are a part of the system which makes these laws So if the common man is following the law why should we demand an exemption” Many MPs had protested against the odd-even scheme and demanded cabs to ferry them to Parliament Verma however registered his protest by choosing to follow the rule “Everyone has their own style of protest Some may let the authorities challan them Every one has the right to protest… For me participating with people is the right way to protest… This is more about an individual’s way of following rules and abiding by the law” he said Unlike his colleagues Verma said he did not find the bus inconvenient “I could have called a ferry but I did not I thought ‘why not take the DTC bus’” said Verma He added that taking the bus was also his way of protesting the ‘VIP culture’ that many promote by using additional security vehicles “We are MPs and have come to attend the Parliament session We should not act in a way that makes us a burden We create a ruckus when we ride in a car accompanied by an escort and with two or three more cars tailing us We could be decent and act like regular people when we come to the House” said the MP who otherwise is not a supporter of odd-even but believes in following rules Confirming that he is the only MP who availed the DTC service in the morning Anup Kumar Sinha DTC official and incharge of the ‘MP special’ said “We received information in the morning that only one MP from Hardoi took the bus” Transport Minister Gopal Rai said “Keeping in view today’s experience and following consultations with officials in both Houses of Parliament it has been decided that the two remaining buses for MPs will be sent back to the DTC fleet from Wednesday” Lawyers may be exempted next time Lawyers will not be exempted from the ongoing phase of the odd-even scheme the government told the Delhi High Court Tuesday and said it would consider the issue if the scheme comes into force again WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Updated: January 9 2016 2:31 pm Amitabh Bachchan shared the Best Actor award with Ranveer Singh while Deepika won the Best actress award for Piku at the Screen Awards 2016 here (Source: Twitter) Related News Megastar Amitabh Bachchan late on Friday (January 8) shared the Best Actor award (male) with Ranveer Singh at the Screen Awards 2016 here While Big B was honoured for his role in “Piku” Ranveer was adjudged the best actor for his spectacular work in “Bajirao Mastani” The award for the Best Actor in female category went to the flamboyant Deepika Padukone for her stunning performance in “Piku” Veteran actor Rishi Kapoor was conferred with the Life Time Achievement award Meanwhile the award for the popular choice in male and female categories went to Shah Rukh khan for “Dilwale” and Deepika for “Bajirao Mastani” respectively Versatile actor Irrfan Khan bagged the Jury Choice Best Actor (Male) and Kalki Koechlin won the Jury Choice Best Actor (Female) The red carpet of the gala event witnessed the presence Amitabh Bachchan Sonam Kapoor Ranveer Singh Sonakshi Sinha Subhash Ghai Shabana Azmi and Rishi Kapoor among others Here is a complete list of the winners: Best Film (Popular Choice) – Bajrangi Bhaijaan Best Film (Jury Choice) – Talvar Best Director – Kabir Khan (Bajrangi Bhaijaan) Best Actor – Ranveer Singh (Bajirao Mastani) Amitabh Bachchan (Piku) Best Actress – Deepika Padukone (Piku) Best Actor (Popular Choice) – Shah Rukh Khan Best Actress (Popular Choice) – Deepika Padukone (Piku Tamasha) Best Child Actor – Harshali Malhotra (Bajrangi Bhaijaan) Best Supporting Actor – Deepak Dobriyal (Tanu Weds Manu Returns) Best Supporting Actress – Priyanka Chopra (Bajirao Mastani) Best Actor (Jury Choice) – Irrfan Khan (Talvar) Best Actress (Jury Choice) – Kalki Koechlin (Margrita With A Straw) Best Jodi – Shah Rukh Khan Kajol Best Playback Singer (Male) – Papon – Moh Moh Ke Dhaage – (Dam Laga Ke Haisha) Best Playback Singer (Female) – Monali Thakur – Moh Moh Ke Dhaage (Dam Laga Ke Haisha) Best Story – Bajrangi Bhaijaan Best Dialogue – Piku Best Background Score – Bajrangi Bhaijaan Lifetime Achievement Award – Rishi Kapoor Best VFX – Bajirao Mastani For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Updated: May 3 2016 11:27 am Beyonce walked the red carpet at the Met Gala without husband Jay Z following cheating allegations sparked from her new album Lemonade Related News Pop star Beyonce walked the red carpet at the Met Gala without husband Jay Z following cheating allegations sparked from her new album Lemonade The 34-year-old mother of one reignited rumours her husband of eight years had been unfaithful when she released the chart-topping record last month as the tracks featured lyrics detailing a broken marriage reported Us magazine Many fans were quick to assume the pointed words were about the rapper but she appeared to put the rumours to rest by dedicating song “Halo” to her “beautiful husband” during her tour opening show in Miami Florida last week See Pics:Beyonce Madonna Lady Gaga Taylor Swift At MET Gala2016 Beyonce posed for photographers by herself wearing a custom Givenchy gown made out of nude latex and embellished with pearls Moments before she hit the red carpet solo Beyonce’s younger sister Solange whose director husband Alan Ferguson was also not by her side showed off her bright lemon yellow dress by designer David Laport and topped it off with thigh-high yellow latex leggings Ironically the Met Gala was the event that sparked infidelity rumours in the first place when surveillance footage appeared to show Solange kicking and punching her brother-in-law as they left a party at the Standard Hotel following the annual fashion bash in 2014 Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: December 28 2015 10:01 am Singer Janet Jackson is postponing her world tour until next year as she is set to undergo surgery soon (Source: Reuters) Related News Singer Janet Jackson is postponing her world tour until next year as she is set to undergo surgery soon The 49-year-old star broke the news on Twitter and told her fans she needs “surgery soon” and was forced to put back her Unbreakable World Tour dates until the spring reported Contactmusic Jackson did not reveal what surgery she needs but reassured fans the dates will be rescheduled and details will be announced soon “Hey you guys… Happy Holidays to each and every one of you I need you to know I learned today from my doctors that I must have surgery soon It breaks my heart to tell you that I am forced to postpone the Unbreakable Tour until the spring Every date will be rescheduled Please hold on to your tickets They will be honoured in a special way when the new schedule is announced “Please pray for me my family and our entire company during this difficult time There will be no further comment I love you all so much and am ever grateful for your understanding and your love Gon’ b alright (sic)” Share This Article Related Article Her huge tour began in August this year and was set to finish in June 2016 The next scheduled date was 9 January (16) at the Pepsi Centre in Denver Colorado It is not the first time the superstar has been hit with medical woes during her world tour – she cancelled six shows in the US in October after being told by doctors to rest her vocal cords For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Nice | Updated: June 28 2016 11:11 am Iceland move into the quarters after beating England in the last 16 (Source: Reuters) Top News Iceland pulled off one of the biggest shocks in European Championship history when they stunned England 2-1 in their last-16 clash on Monday leading losing manager Roy Hodgson to resign Although the soccer pedigrees of the two sides could not be more different Iceland looked the better team in just about every aspect of the game and fully deserved to extend their dream run on their first tournament appearance After falling behind to a fourth-minute Wayne Rooney penalty they levelled almost immediately through Ragnar Sigurdsson and struck again in the 18th with a shot by Kolbeinn Sigthorsson They then survived without great distress as England struggled to build any sustained pressure and barely tested goalkeeper Hannes Halldorsson Iceland are the smallest country ever to appear in a major tournament and their reward is a quarter-final against hosts France in Paris on Sunday with the prize for the winner being a semi-final against European heavyweights Germany or Italy England will be watching from home – again – after a defeat that extends their miserable run in the Euros where they have won one knockout match on penalties at home to Spain in 1996 SHORT LEAD It all looked so different for England at the start when Raheem Sterling was hauled down by Halldorsson allowing Rooney to smash them ahead from the penalty spot The lead lasted less than two minutes though as Iceland who had talked up their long throws as a weapon scored from just that source Aron Gunnarsson’s throw was flicked on by Kari Arnason to Ragnar Sigurdsson who was left completely unmarked to sweep home the equaliser If the England defending was bad for that goal it was disastrous for the second as Iceland were allowed all the time and space they wanted to neatly ping the ball between themselves on the edge of the box to set up Sigthorsson His low shot was crisp enough although well within range for Joe Hart but the England keeper got only half a glove on it and watched in horror as it dribbled over the line England looked shell-shocked and spent the rest of the half struggling to make any inroads their front men and attacking midfielders static and were booed off by their own fans The last time the sides met England won 6-1 in 2004 but this is a very different Iceland who beat Netherlands home and away in qualifying for France and at the finals have held Portugal were unlucky to concede a late own-goal equaliser to Hungary and then defeated Austria to finish second in their group FIRST TOURNAMENT Anyone with no prior knowledge of the two teams’ history watching Monday’s game would have been hard-pressed to decide who were the former world champions and who were the tiny nation of 330000 competing at their first major tournament England threw on midfielder Jack Wilshere for the second half and then striker Jamie Vardy but the team’s passing was poor and their movement sluggish Roy Hodgson’s players struggled to create any sustained pressure At the other end more slack marking saw Ragnar Sigurdsson force Hart into a smart save from an overhead kick By the end England were reduced to launching long punts into the box which were comfortably repelled The final whistle produced extraordinary scenes as the entire Iceland squad and coaches sprinted to the corner of the pitch to celebrate with their fans England’s players sank to the turf in despair with a deluge of jeers boos and whistles finally being encouraged to leave the pitch to a chant of “You’re not fit to wear the shirt” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News Ferguson embodied the modern football club: the shift towards the continent,com.
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