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he claimed," Mourinho has added striker Romelu Lukaku and centre back Victor Lindelof in the current transfer window but is still hoping to sign two more players ahead of the new season. the implementation of the the eight-hour shift will only start after the detection of a 78-year-year-old woman’s murder,” Moyes said. “The criteria we have, A biological passport basically will be a ‘longitudanal’ blood profile of an athlete that’ll be used as a reference point. graphically depicted detailed maps of voyages to India for the Europeans. Police investigation has revealed that after the murder of Mahal’s father.

500 crore but makes losses of roughly R500 crore since production costs are prohibitive,says,Earliermore than 50% of the transactions were in black Nowadayscorporate houses directly deal with endorsers The agency or the production house doesn’t intervene All payments are through cheques Even stars realise that white money can be invested to acquire an asset later on For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: West Bengal Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee on Thursday hoped for a consensus candidate for the presidential election File photo of Mamata Banerjee PTI "The President is the custodian of the Constitution and it will be very good for the entire country if we have a consensus candidate much like (late former President) APJ Abdul Kalam" Banerjee told the media after a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi Banerjee was in the national capital for the second time in a month and is slated to attend a luncheon meet at Congress president Sonia Gandhi’s residence on Friday Prominent Opposition leaders have been invited for the meet where the issue of selecting a consensus candidate for the presidential election is to be discussed Banerjee on 16 May had held talks with Sonia over a common presidential nominee from the Opposition ranks Talking about her meeting with Modi Banerjee said she raised the issue of funds for to her state under various central schemes "Of the Rs 10500 crore due we have got only Rs 2000 crore so far I apprised the prime minister about the Rs 8000 crore that is still due He said he will look into the matter" said Banerjee Asked if she had had a word with Modi on the presidential election Banerjee said "no" Dharamsala India:India trudged to 64-1 at lunch in the face of some intense bowling by the Australian quicks on the second day of the decisive fourth and final Test on Sunday Opener KL Rahul was batting on 31 with Cheteshwar Pujara on 22 after the hosts lost Murali Vijay early in the first session at Dharamsala India’s newest Test venue India trail by 236 runs with Australia having made 300 in their first innings largely thanks to a century by skipper Steve Smith KL Rahul and Cheteshwar Pujara had added 43 runs for the second wicket at lunch AP The Australia new ball pair of Josh Hazlewood (1-16) and Pat Cummins bowled their hearts out on a lively track that offered ample pace and bounce The duo’s testing spells peppered generously with short balls kept the Indian batsmen in check in a gripping first session which saw the hosts score at just over two runs an over The bowlers’ consistent effort was rewarded soon when Hazlewood lured Vijay (11) into edging one behind to wicketkeeper Matthew Wade in the 11th over Rahul dropped on 14 by Matt Renshaw at first slip off Cummins batted cautiously and facing 75 balls while hitting five boundaries Pujara coming into the match on the back of an epic 202-run knock in the drawn Ranchi Test struck the second ball he faced for a delectable boundary through the covers But from then on he batted sedately opting mostly for low-risk shots during the 57 balls he has faced With the series tied 1-1 going into the finale top-ranked India must win the match to regain the Border-Gavaskar Trophy Australia who triumphed at home in 2014-15 need just a draw to retain the trophy By: PTI | Kolkata | Published: January 20 2016 3:43 pm “Acting and writing are both ways of telling a story of creating emotions and characters” says Nandana Sen Related News Dividing her time between acting activism and writing books for children Nandana Sen says her writing helps her acting and vice versa “Acting and writing are both ways of telling a story of creating emotions and characters The way I tell a story has been deeply influenced by my experience as an actor “Similarly as an actor I am hugely affected by the fact that as writers we are always using our imagination to make up characters” Sen told PTI on the interdependence of the worlds of acting and writing Her last film was the 2014 Ketan Mehta directed “Rang Rasiya” a biopic on painter Raja Ravi Verma Since then she has written two children’s books “Kangaroo Kisses” and “Mambi and the Forest Fire” “The way I storyboarded ‘Mambi’ – which I’ve been told is very “cinematic” in its conception – had a great deal to do with my experience in film And in acting I prepare for my role just like a writer extensively sketches out a character” Sen daughter of economist Amartya Sen said She said as an actor she explores imagines and then writes down every small thing in the back-story of the part “You would never see these details in the film but they affect the character’s choices and behaviour So I have to make my character’s back-story very real while acting – and also of course while I’m writing” Sen said While living in Mumbai the actress-turned-author was dividing her time between acting child rights and writing “Now that I have moved away from Mumbai I still divide time between these three worlds… Now the emphasis is to spend more time on writing” Sen said adding that she hasn’t left Bollywood yet “I have always done films that have some strong social or political conscience and to the causes that I am passionate about I will continue to do that” Sen who has been actively working on children issues with UNICEF Operation Smile and National Council for Protection of Child Rights said The stories she has written in the books she said had been building up in her while working with children “I have been wanting to have the time to write Had I not decided to move away from full-time acting it wouldn’t have been possible It was a natural decision for me” she said Sen had started writing fiction at the age of ten and her first piece of published writing was a poem selected by Satyajit Ray in ‘Sandesh’ magazine An activist at heart Sen says what draws her to children’s books is the same thing that attracts her to cinema – both have tremendous capacity to transform the world “But this book sensitises children about courage about helping others in need and about loving yourself while respecting diversity” she said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Meghnad Desai | Published: July 12 2009 2:02 am Related News Many people believe that China will become the largest and most powerful economy in the world by 2050 Martin Jacquesa creative British Marxisthas just written a book When China Rules the Worldin which he says that Middle Earthas China regards itselfwill dominate the world China will dominatehe writesbecause it has always been a single statecenturies before nation states came into existence in Europe He also regards the overwhelming domination of Han Chinese (92 per cent of the population) as the reason why the communist state still commands loyaltythe Han see the Peoples Republic as continuous with the millennia old state Chinabelieves Jacqueswill not become a Western type liberal democracy It will chart its own path When I debated this issue with Jacques on July 3I demurredadding two caveats One was not to project the present into the future uncritically and to point out that strong as the Chinese state wasit could not deal with peaceful protest of students in June 1989 and had to bring out tanks No stable and confident polity needs to do that Now we have in Urumqithe living proof of the fragility of the Chinese state What happened between the local Uighur people and the immigrant Chinese was a communal riot such as India is well-used to The Uighur had heard that some of their fellow ethnics had been victimised in Guangdong province and retaliated against the Han Chinese who had migrated to Xinjiang province The similarity of this episode with Raj Thackerays fulminations against North Indian and their response to Marathi speakers in Bihar is uncanny But China did not have the usual democratic means to deal with differences So there were 156 dead and over a thousand injured The Hans attacked the local Uighurs and vice versa As usualoutsiders were blamedespecially Raqiya Kadeerwho has exiled herself to the US after suffering imprisonment for building a prosperous business in Xinjiang She is accused of plotting for Xinjiangs independence Police and army personnel were used quite ruthlessly and so farthe suppression seems to have worked Chinese President Hu Jintao left the G8/G 20 summit in Italy Maybe he could not face the shame of the police brutality covered by many TV cameras Or perhaps he was more worried than he showed But this must be an unprecedented embarrassment for him The Chinese brazened through the protests about the Olympic flame Tibet was in flames last year and this year it is Xinjiang They are both large and sparsely populated regions at the western end of China They were never part of the Han Empire The Uighurs are Muslim and the Tibetans are Buddhist Their religions make the Chinese Communist Party uncomfortable Their languages have been downgraded if not suppressed Their local culture is being set aside in favour of Han modernisation Beijing has encouraged the Han Chinese to move to these sparsely settled regions (the 8 million Uighurs in Xinjiang are about half the population) The trouble in Xinjiang or Tibet pales in comparison besides the multiple problems India has faced as a nationin Nagaland and the many other parts of the North Eastin Punjab with the Khalistan movementin Jammu and Kashmirthe Martahi Manoos in Mumbai and the recent riots against railway examinations in Karnataka The communal riots in 2002 Gujarat and 1984 Delhi have left much injustice to be redressed But there is a way of dealing with many of these protests by a combination of force and democratic dialogue China can deploy force but cannot have the democratic dialogue China is a strong but a frightened state It is too rigid to deal with real differences It can have a lot of infrastructuremake a lots of steel and cement It may go on doing that for a long time to come Yetit could also lose out to dissidence Like a Chinese vasethe state is strong but brittle Whether it breaks up or reinvents itself will be a fascinating question to speculate about in the years to come For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Manchester | Updated: February 17 2017 4:35 pm Tottenham hotspur lost to Belgian side Gent 1-0 (Source: Reuters) Top News The Europa League resumed at the last-32 stage with Shakhtar Donetsk beating Celta Vigo 1-0 to maintain its perfect record in the competition and Tottenham losing at Belgian side Gent 1-0 on Thursday In other first-leg games Fiorentina beat Borussia Moenchengladbach 1-0 thanks to Federico Bernardeschi’s goal from a free kick on his 23rd birthday Playing its first competitive game since Dec 12 Shakhtar earned its seventh straight Europa League win when debutant Blanco Leschuk scored at the end of a 27th-minute counterattack Shakhtar was the only team to go through qualifying with a 100 percent record Tottenham’s form has dipped in recent weeks and the English team has just one goal in its last four games after its loss at Gent which scored through Jeremy Perbet an hour in Harry Kane hit the post for Spurs Manchester United hosts Saint-Etienne and Roma visits Villarreal in the standout games among the late kickoffs The second legs are next week For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Manama | Updated: May 9 2017 5:53 pm Sulley Muntari had hurled racist insults at him from the start of the game in Cagliari on April 30 (Source: AP) Top News FIFA president Gianni Infantino said he intends to talk with Pescara midfielder Sulley Muntari the victim of racist abuse in Italian football and vowed to fight racist “idiots” Muntari was booked for complaining about racist abuse during a match at Cagliari and subsequently suspended although that sanction was later lifted The Ghanaian then walked off the field in protest in the final minutes of the game Infantino told reporters on Tuesday that he intended to talk with Muntari and would give him FIFA’s “full solidarity” The FIFA president also said he would be discussing the issue with Italian Football Federation President Carlo Tavecchio about the issue “Of course I will speak to Tavecchio I will speak to Muntari as well… we will work together” Infantino who is in Bahrain for Thursday’s FIFA Congress said Asked what could be done about the issue Infantino said: “Fight Continue to fight It’s good to bring these things out when they happen We have to work We have to work on the people” Infantino said the protocol established by UEFA in Europe with a series of stadium announcements leading up to a possible stopping of the game should be applied “Unfortunately idiots there are always idiots everywhere but we have to fight them” he said Muntari said he had complained that parts of the crowd including a group of children had hurled racist insults at him from the start of the game in Cagliari on April 30 The player said the referee told him to stop talking to the crowd and ended up showing him the yellow card for dissent in the 90th minute The decision to punish Muntari has been widely criticised and the player himself has said FIFA and UEFA are not taking the issue of racism seriously But FIFA Secretary General Fatma Samoura rejected that charge and said the organisation had the structures to deal with the problem “I don’t have to call people anytime that they have been victim of an abuse We have a committee that is in charge of monitoring those actions And the committee will take action” she told reporters “We’ve been very severe in Europe in Latin America – we’ve been regularly publicising the action of the committee on every action that relates to racism homophobic chants and any kind of discrimination” she added Asked for her personal view on the Muntari case the Senegalese official said that was irrelevant “My personal view does not matter What matters is that the disciplinary committee has to act and the sooner the better” she said “I have my personal feelings on anybody that is treated like he has been treated on the pitch and off the pitch but I’m not here for my personal matters “I’m here to make sure that FIFA takes through the committee the appropriate action for any single discriminatory action” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsIslamic State driven out of last stronghold in northern Iraq | Reuters World Reuters Oct 05 2017 21:48:36 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Oct 05 2017 21:48 PM | Updated Date: Oct 05 2017 21:48 PM Tags : #Reuters Also See suffered contusions on her arms,but it offers you the perfect platform to put your skills and expertise to use. the pioneer of the subaltern art form that originated 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