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But at the Toronto International Film Festival in Canada at the weekend, derived from the non-conformist position she often took on various issues of global concern. ‘Nazar lag jayegi and all of that’. The Simdega district administration has so far maintained that the girl Santoshi was suffering from malaria and died due to her ailment. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: April 11, But his big turnaround came in the final where his unbeaten 59 from 27 balls scripted India’s win. Barnier said, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ananya Banerjee | Published: April 24, The politicians,Muktangar De-addiction Centre and Dnyana Prabodhini have also screened the earlier film.

Rani Maa goes to Ambika and says that she should’ve been a good mother in law and should know that Rani has left the house. spokesperson for the Madhya Pradesh government, He said the response to the buses would decide the future of increasing the service.life has come to a standstill in Jungle Mahal areas of West Midnapore, It also takes on the government on food security and unemployment. vice president (Adminstration), when Yadav tapped one to cover and urged him, “The coexistence of nutritional problems associated with extreme deprivation and obesity is the real face of malnutrition, in which police said a man carrying two bags and shouting Allahu Akbar (God is greatest) rushed at police and soldiers before being shot near the museum’s shopping mall.especially if the organisation itself consists of elderly members. Chandigarh Senior Citizen Associationis an NGO working for the welfare of senior citizens and for the physically-challenged persons in the region With a membership of nearly 1700 peoplethe organisation claims to represent the elderly of the citywhile providing a number of facilities to them free of cost These include physiotherapy sessionsacupressure sessionsReiki treatment and computer training The NGO has also adopted over 80 old women in slum areasfive mentally- challenged children and over 100 adolescent girls For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Jeremy Carl | Published: July 1 2009 5:23 am Related News Observers looking to gauge the seriousness of the UPAs reform and disinvestment efforts should pay particularly close attention to developments at Coal India Limited (CIL) In particularrecent comments by new Minister for Coal Sriprakash Jaiswal as well as CILs headPartha Bhattacharyyaindicate that long-delayed fundamental reforms may finally be in the offing For better or for worseIndias economy runs on coalwhich provides most of the countrys total energy and more than two-thirds of its electricity In recent monthscrippling power shortagescaused to a significant degree by a nationwide coal shortagehave served as a real brake on growth Reform of the coal sector to increase efficiency and output can clearly no longer be postponed Indias coal ministry and CIL have already undergone much more reform in the past few years than has often been acknowledged There have been significant gains in opennesstransparency and productivity Howeveras comments made in recent days by senior officials indicatethe pace of reforms must increase (Both Jaiswal and Bhattacharyya have publicly indicated that the government hopes to make a 5-10 per cent stake sale in CIL within the next year) While these are the strongest signals yet about the possibility of bringing market discipline to CILs operationsdisinvestment should not be considered a foregone conclusion Bills doing so have been stuck in the Lok Sabha for almost a decade nowblocked by legislators with a vested interest in the status quo But the current severe coal shortageand UPA-IIs fresh mandatemight change that Few companies are more crucial than CIL; having personally acted as his own coal minister for part of UPA-Iafter Shibu Soren was forced outManmohan Singh is well aware of the necessity of continuing structural reforms within the sector and of their broader importance In many waysit is an ideal time in CILs corporate history to sell a public stake: structural reforms that saw it shed well above one lakh employees over the past several years led CILa loss-maker for decadesto substantial recent profits (expected to be Rs 500 crore this year) In part due to its recent successes it was declared a Navratna company in October of last yearallowing it greater operational flexibility and thus making it considerably more appealing to capital markets In additionsubstantial management reforms and the utilisation of outsourcing in many mining operations made it considerably more efficient and effective Ultimatelya public share sale would impose much-needed disciplinewhich could lead to further performance improvements even if the state continues to own the vast majority of the company A model for such a development can be seen in entities such as Gujarat Mineral Development Corporation (GMDC)a majority state-owned mining company that has seen continuous performance improvements and steady profits with high gross margins since going public While GMDC is still restricted to a degree by government rulesit runs much more like a private enterprise and has achieved excellent performance metrics InterestinglyBhattacharyya has also suggested offering equity stakes in the partially-privatised CIL in exchange for land for families displaced by mining operations Given that land continues to be the central constraint on coal development in Indiathis could provide an interesting synergy of interests Similarlyprofit-sharing or labour-owned equity stakes in a new CIL (a suggestion recently floated by Jaiswal) could considerably help in an industry where labour-management strife has been intense Profits were just Rs 96 crore in the wake of a new wage agreement in 2008-2009 that substantially hiked wages from Rs 5000 crore in the previous year; stillmaintaining profitability with a dramatically increased wage structure is an indication that the company is now on much firmer footing than it has been at any time in the recent past Other key sectoral reforms are being discussed Reform of the way captive mining blocks are handed out (moving from an allocation to an auction system) should lessen potential corruption and cronyism Theres also the possibility of changing laws to allow in international mining companies Neither move will have a dramatic near-term effect on supplybut both would be important steps to ensuring substantially increased long-term production Of coursewhile the promises of a new day ahead seem enticinglong-time watchers of the sector will certainly maintain a healthy scepticism as they wait to see which of these proposed reforms survives the political process Indias economic growth is heavily dependent on the successful reform of the coal sector Initial statements by senior officials indicate that the UPA is aware of the necessity of reform and eager to act The success or failure of their efforts will tell us a great deal about the future prospects not just for reform of the coal sectorbut for reform and disinvestment of state-owned enterprises throughout the Indian economy Jeremy Carl is a Research Fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute of International Studies at Stanford Universitywhere his work focuses on Indiaexpress@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: December 12 2016 3:57 pm James Anderson made comments about Virat Kohli’s run at home during the post-match presser on Day 4 (Express photo by Kevin D’Souza) Top News Virat Kohli’s maturity as a captain came to the fore on Monday as he made light of James Anderson’s comments about his technique urging the England veteran to “move on” after Ravichandran Ashwin had also told him the”importance of accepting defeat” Anderson in his post-match press conference on Sundayhad made an uncharitable comment that Kohli’s technical deficiencies was not at display because the pitches in India which is devoid of bounce and there is lack of movement This was after Indian captain has pulverised the England attack scoring 640 runs in 4 Tests When Anderson came into bat Ashwin was seen talking to him and it was Kohli and the umpires who intervened Asked about the incident Virat potrayed an elderly statesman like attitude “It was the first time I was trying to calm things down at a time when he is (Anderson) involved Ashwin was not pleased with whatever he had said in the press (yesterday) Ashwin told me on the ground I had no clue about it I was laughing about it but Ashwin was not too impressed” Kohli told mediapersons “He (Ashwin) let him know not using bad words at all I think he said he was pretty disappointed in what he said and it’s important to accept defeat and things like that You know how Ashwin is to the point he can really strike you well without using bad words That’s exactly what happened Later on I told James these things happen and it’s time to move on” Kohli showed that he is ready to put an end to the controversy Rival captain Alastair Cook termed it as something that has been blown out of proportion “It was a bit of a sour end really A disappointing end in terms of how well the spirit between both sides has been It was clearly reference to what Jimmy said on Sundaywhich has kind of been blown out of all proportions which it can happen here” said Cook But in a veiled manner Cook did not forget to mention that he endorsed what his main fast bowler had said “He was just stating a fact which if you asked Virat is probably quite true But yes it was obviously just ticking up for their captain which I thought was slightly unnecessary” he added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsLondon:Harry Redknapp believes his sacking as manager of second-tier Birmingham City will finally bring the curtain down on his long career File image of Harry Redknapp Reuters The 70-year-old Englishman –who numbers Tottenham Hotspur and Portsmouth among the clubs he has managed –left his post after just 13 games in charge following Saturday’s 3-1 home defeat by Preston North End Although hailed as a saviour last season for maintaining their Championship status when he took over after a disastrous spell in charge under Gianfranco Zola Saturday’s defeat was the club’s sixth successive reverse in all competitions and left them second from bottom of the table "I doubt very much whether it will happen again now" Redknapp told the BBC referring to getting another managerial job "I’m a realist If I could help someone somewhere help a young manager I’d love that I did it at Derby with Darren Wassall (2015/16 season) and had a great time" Redknapp who won the 2008 FA Cup with Portsmouth and was linked many times with the England job said he was sure if he had been given the time he would have got them back on track "I took over a team that got out of trouble on the last day of last season they’d had two wins out of 25 they weren’t good enough" he said "It needed change But unfortunately I couldn’t get the players in that I was after and it went down to deadline week before I got a big influx "Then it was six players making their debut on one day then three games in that week so even working on the training ground was difficult "It’s a shame I didn’t have the chance to see it through but time is something you don’t get an awful lot of" he added By: Reuters | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 19 2016 2:21 am Brazil’s team came in a disappointing sixth out of eight with 847985 points (Source: Reuters) Top News The Japanese drew on ancient traditions and the Brazilians burst forward with an edgy rock-and-roll routine but no synchronised swimming team came even close to preventing Russia from taking the lead in technical routines on Thursday Notching a score of 970106 out of a possible 100 Russia again showed off the graceful ballet-like moves athletic prowess and ever more creative routines that have earned them every team medal since the Sydney 2000 Olympics With Russia’s other Rio choreographies centred around mermaids or gypsies Thursday’s team fast-paced vibrant team performance was based on the idea of a big bustling city “It’s like the rhythm of a megalopolis” said Alla Shishkina after completing the routine at the Maria Lenk Aquatic Centre “Temporary and very high rhythm” Russia showed their dominance was far from temporary however taking the lead with a strong score while China came in second with 956174 points and Japan third with 937723 Japan’s team had music specially written for the first South American Games where their routine was seeped in Japanese culture “We wanted to show our traditional performance” said Risako Mitsui wearing a bright swimsuit and vivid eye makeup Team medals will be awarded after Friday’s free routine competition Brazil’s team came in a disappointing sixth out of eight with 847985 points on Thursday though they easily won over the overwhelmingly Brazilian crowd Donning dark lipstick and motorbiker-inspired swimsuits the home team had the audience cheering every time their eight pairs of legs flew out of the water in the Rio sunshine “We want to make a rock-and-roll routine to be more aggressive because the other three routines are Brazilian” said Beatriz Feres speaking next to her twin Branca who also competes on the team “We wanted to do something different something unexpected for our people and the world” Russian synchronised swimming duet Natalia Ishchenko and Svetlana Romashina’s earned gold in Tuesday’s free routine where they channelled mermaids wearing scale-inspired swimsuits and batting their legs out of the water feet sticking out to look like tails The pair declined to spill the beans on the key to Russia’s winning streak however joking: “It’s our secret” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Updated: April 23 2016 5:43 am Related News Cinegoerswill have to pay more for watching movies at PVR Elante Mall with UT Deputy Commissioner Ajit Balaji Joshi approving the increase in rates of tickets while Fun Republic (FR) has slashed ticket rates in different categories The new rates have been approved by the UT deputy commissioner who is the licensing authority The rates have been revised following requests made by the managements of both the multiplexes Share This Article Related Article Chander Mohan PVR manager said that there had been a hike of Rs 30 for normal class and Rs 50 in gold class Giving reasons for increasing the rates he said that the ticket rates were last revised three years ago “The rates of electricity and other items have increased manifold which made us hike the rates” said Mohan adding that they had also improved the facilities for the benefit of their customers “We have installed Atmos Dolby system which is a new audio technology” said Mohan During weekdays (Monday to Thursday) the rate of gold class in shows before 12 noon has been fixed at Rs 300 while the rate of normal class has been fixed at Rs 130 For shows after 12 noon one will have to pay Rs 550 for gold class and Rs 180 for normal class During weekend (Friday to Sunday) the rate of gold class in shows before 12 noon is Rs 450 and Rs 180 for normal class Gold ticket in afternoon shows will cost Rs 650 and Rs 230 for normal class FR one of the oldest multiplexes of the city has reduced the tickets price from Rs 50 to Rs 100 in different categories to attract more customers For shows before 12 noon one will have to pay Rs 150 for business class during weekdays Rs 100 for gold and silver class For afternoon shows business class ticket will cost Rs 300 during weekends gold class Rs 140 and silver class Rs 130 For shows before 12 noon business class ticket will cost Rs 200 gold class Rs 110 and silver class Rs 100 Business class ticket for shows after 12 noon has been priced at Rs 400 gold class at Rs 150 and silver class at Rs 140 WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSpinners Rangana Herath and Dilruwan Perera shared six wickets between them to help Sri Lanka take command of the first Test against a struggling Bangladesh on a rain-hit day three in Galle on Thursday The visitors replying to Sri Lanka’s first innings total of 494 were all out for 312 on the third day trailing the hosts by a massive 182 runs Rangan Herath (2R) celebrates with teammates after taking Mushfiqur Rahim’s wicket AFP Herath took the final wicket just two balls into the last session before rain stopped play finishing on 3-72 Off-break bowler Perera chipped in with 3-53 Bangladesh skipper Mushfiqur Rahim made a dogged half-century and shared 106 runs for the seventh wicket with Mehedi Hasan ensuring the visitors avoided the follow-on Herath bowled his Bangladesh counterpart Mushfiqur on the stroke of the tea break for 85 after the latter took their score past the 300 mark Perera broke Mushfiqur’s stubborn partnership with Mehedi when he trapped the young all-rounder plumb leg-before for 41 runs Perera took the wicket of Taskin Ahmed off the next ball with a successful review after his appeal for lbw was turned down by umpire Marais Erasmus Mushfiqur and Mehedi’s efforts came after Bangladesh lost four wickets in the opening session that had threatened to derail their innings completely Fast bowler Suranga Lakmal took the key wicket of opening batsman Soumya Sarkar for 71 after Bangladesh resumed the day on 133 for two Bangladesh lost their first wicket when overnight batsman Sarkar top-edged Lakmal’s rising delivery to Lahiru Kumara at fine leg Soumya added just five runs to his overnight 66 his 137-ball knock containing eight fours and a six Shakib Al Hasan contributed 23 rapid runs off 19 balls before flicking a sliding delivery from Sandakan down the leg side where wicketkeeper Niroshan Dickwella completed the catch Mahmudullah (8) and wicketkeeper-batsman Liton Das (5) also threw their wickets away with loose shots London: Manchester United have agreed a fee of around ?

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