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who was additional secretary to Dikshit.000, Cameron Norrie, had propped up Shastri as a popular candidate within the team. Irani said that “eminence does not give you the right to break the law. All points raised are submitted for approval. Chaudhary, The seventh seed retired from her semi-final at the Brisbane event with a thigh injury after a couple of long three-setters in earlier rounds but said she would be raring to go against Marina Erakovic in the opening round." MNS functionary Amey Khopkar said. I get very attached to the people I work with.

were critically acclaimed but not commercial successes. said,I fell in love with the way the coach interacted with the kids. and just the spirit of the entire area of North Memphis”he said North Memphis is an impoverished area of Tennessee and the kids on its Manassas High School team are mostly African American Many have been raised in single parent homesand some have already been in jail The schoolfounded in 1899had never won a football playoff More prosperous schools paid it to play games because its team was easy to beat Thenin 2004Bill Courtneywho owned a lumberyard near the schoolvolunteered to coach A former college football player at the University of Mississippihe admittedly just loves the game and loves to coach But once Courtneywho’s whitestarted to instruct the players in the gamehe became their leader in life In his playershe saw himselfA young boy raised by a single mom who longed for male guidance at home and school as much as on the gridiron Race doesn’t play much of a roleif anyin his relationship with the layersand it is almost never mentioned in the documentary ‘Undefeated’ isn’t about the game so much as it is about how the game reveals the character of the people who play itaccording to Courtney It shows people who we all can become with a little guidancesupport and love Courtney educates players and movie audiences in compassionsacrificeteamworkgrowth and success He said”football teaches a lot of life lessons and it offers us things we think about in our lives We get injured on a personal level We get injured in our businesses and we have to keep going” The film marks a first-time collaboration for its makersDan Lindsay and TJ Martinand in the Oscar race for best documentaryit’s an underdog against the likes of Pina by Wim WendersParadise Lost 3a purgatory from Joe Berlinger and Bruce SinofskyHell and Back Again by Danfung Dennisand If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front from Marshall Curry and Sam Cullman But just being at the world’s top film awards Hollywood’s ‘Super Bowl’in effect is a big victory for Undefeated Asked about the possibility of a win on Feb 26Combs is rather blunt He said”I meanit doesn’t even matter The success of the movie won’t be defined by if it wins the Oscar” Even in Undefeatedwhich opened in theaters this weekendwinning isn’t everything Success is the key thing Courtney teachesand success is not always defined by a score at the end of a game or how much money one has in his or her pocket “At Manassas High in North Memphisaudiences see what you think about every time you think about the worst of the worstYetevery day those kids get upthey go to school and they find humorand they try They tryand that is endearing in itself”Courtney said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express AppWritten by Agencies | Srinagar | Published: June 20 2012 10:56 am Related News Railway Police will step up security around railways stations and increase patrolling along tracks in Kashmir in order to secure the vital mode of transportation in the Valley Inspector General of Railway Police Abdul Qayoom Manhasduring a day-long inspection of railway stations in the Valley yesterdaydirected officers of the force to ensure security of railway stations and plug the loopholesa police spokesman said He said Manhas directed officers and jawans to focus on security of the railway tracks so that any acts of sabotage are nipped in the bud Manhas travelled on the Qazigund-Srinagar-Baramulla rail link yesterday and stopped at several railway stations to review securitythe spokesman said He said the IGP visited KakaporaPanzgamBijbeharaSadooraBudgam and Baramulla railway stations Railway property worth crores of rupees was damaged during the 2010 summer agitation in the Valley The rail serviceswhich were launched in 2008had to be suspended for nearly two months as the mobs targeted trains and railway stations For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: March 18 2010 8:31 am Related News Pop star Lily Allen was left stunned by a fan recently after he bared his bottom in front of the singer The incident took place after the ‘Smile’ hitmaker had finished performing at a gig in SmileEnglandon March 5reported Contactmusic Allen had stepped off the stage after the show in the city and was heading back to her hotel when a young male approached her The fan not only asked for an autographbut also shocked the 24-year-old singer when he pulled down his jeans and flashed his bottom at her The star’s security was quick to react and ensured the star wouldn’t have to witness the sight for too long They covered Allens eyes with her Chanel handbag to save her any embarrassment For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsResults of the seventh and eighth semesters for Bachelor of Engineer (BE) and Bachelor of Technology (BTech) courses of all the streams atKarnataka’s Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) were declared on Friday according to media reports The universityhas published results of both the semesters on its official website vtuacin The website however is currently running slow and may not respond due to the high traffic on it according toFinancial Express Here is how students may view and download BE and BTech results of seventh and eighth semesters: NDTVreported that candidates may also check their results on resultsvtuacin These exams were conductedin the month of June and July this year The NDTVreport also said that VTU had recently published the results of first and second semester exams of both BE and BTech steams of CBCS and non-CBCS candidates Firstpost’s comprehensive coverage of the Maharashtra farm loan waiver has been given recognition from the Mumbai Marathi Patrakar Sangh with bureau chief Sanjay Sawant winning an award from the journalist body Firstpost bureau chief Sanjay Sawant Image courtesy: Facebook Sawant won the ‘Navsandeshkar Ramesh Bhogte Smruti’ Award for ‘Best Political Reporting’ on Maharashtra’s farm loan waiver scheme The award will be presented on 6 January 2018 at Patrakar Bhavan in Mumbai by educationist Raosaheb Kasbe according to an official statement from the journalist body Narendra Wabale head of the Mumbai Marathi Patrakar Sangh said "This is the first time that a reporter from a digital platform has won this award" Sawant has reported extensively on various facets of the implementation of the loan waiver scheme including mismatches in data bungling by banks resultant transfers of officials and reactions of prominent political leaders Following are some the reports in the series— Farm loan waivers Aadhaar linking and the role of MahaOnline: Maharashtra IT secretary’s claims debunked Fadnavis govt junks Aadhaar dines with the devil (banks) gets loan waiver Assembly-ready but crisis far from over Senior bureaucrat VK Gautam shunted to finance in fallout over Maharashtra government’s bungled loan waiver scheme Maharashtra loan waiver: How banks undid Fadnavis’ pet plan forcing him to delink Aadhaar from disbursal Maharashtra farm loan waiver: One month after scheme’s implementation 77 lakh farmers still in the dark Coochbehar: In a virtual no-man’s land ever since India became independent in 1947 more than 9000 persons living in 51 enclaves in Coochbehar district will exercise their franchise for the first time on 5 May Excitement is palpable among the voters who till recently belonged to no country and hence were devoid of any right belonging to a citizen Their enclaves were formally declared Indian territory after the exchange of enclaves with Bangladesh on 1 August last year Representational picture PTI Chief Coordinator of Bharat Bangladesh Enclave Exchange Coordination Committee Diptiman Sengupta who has been fighting for the rights of the enclave dwellers for a long time said the voters were confronted with two big issues: Job reservation and quick disposal of land settlement "There are near about 15000 people in the enclaves who have got Indian citizenship Out of them 9776 are eligible voters who will vote for the first time" Sengupta said He told PTI that the people there want at least 10 percent reservation in government jobs and that all development work in the enclaves be carried out through the active involvement of the residents Sengupta said that another important demand of the people of the enclaves is quick disposal of land settlement "The 51 enclaves became Indian territory but the enclave dwellers (14864) who became Indian citizens were yet to get the rights of the land they were living in" he said Bangladesh and India exchanged 162 adversely-held enclaves on August one at the stroke of midnight ending one of the world’s most complex border disputes In all 111 Indian enclaves measuring 17160 acres became Bangladesh territory and similarly 51 Bangladesh enclavesmeasuring 7110 acres became Indian territory The 51 enclaves are spread across Dinhata Mekliganj Sitai Sitalkuchi and Toofanganj Assembly constituencies 24-year-old the Joynal Abedin an enclave-dweller said they were demanding reservation in government jobs irrespective of religion "We also want that all contracts for development work like construction of roads buildings hospitals and schools in the enclaves should be given to local residents only" Asked about his feeling at getting the opportunity to cast vote for the first time he said "We have only seen elections but never took part Most interestingly three generations of our family will vote together" Twenty-year-old Ajibur lamented that even after eight months had elapsed since enclaves were exchanged they were yet to get the papers to enable them to claim ownership of the land they have been residing in "We have got our voter cards but we are yet to get our land papers For the last 69 years we have been the most deprived and neglected lot The political parties who want our votes should promise granting of land rights as early as possible" he said over phone The district administration of Coochbehar said the technical process regarding the identification and granting of land rights was in process "The technical process in under way We have already sought maps for the identification of the land that are to be granted" Ayesha Rani Assistant District Magistrate of Coochbehar said The political parties are however non-committal on the issue of reservation of jobs but say they will surely look into their other demands "The issue of job reservation can’t be decided by the state government it has to be discussed in Parliament I have been fighting for the cause of enclave dwellers from the very beginning But we will surely look into other demands" senior TMC leader and sitting MLA from Dinhata Udayan Guha said "If voted to power we will surely discuss granting land rights and getting development work done by local people But job reservation is a constitutional matter and has to be discussed in Parliament" CPI-M politburo member Mohammed Salim said By: Express News Service | Published: May 10 2014 12:16 am Related News In its last few days this long-drawn election campaign served up a never-before image: of a major political party mounting a raucous show of strength in the constituency of its prime ministerial candidate — not against its political opponents but against the Election Commission It isn’t as if the EC has not been questioned before by a political party Only last month West Bengal chief minister and Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee was locked in shrill combat with the commission on the transfer of officials ahead of elections The TMC chief in fact has made a habit of it — at about the same time last year she had taken on the EC on the poll dates for panchayat elections But the BJP’s public targeting and daring of the EC appears far more remarkable and yes unseemly than the challenging of the EC by the TMC or other parties in the past — the TMC after all was only being true to its self-image of a party in permanent confrontation mode As the national party that is making a strong bid for power at the Centre the BJP on the other hand can ill afford to be seen to be swaggering about making sweeping accusations and looking for a fight with a constitutional body and the rules of the game In its response to the BJP’s showy posturing the EC has rightly counselled political parties to show “greater maturity” It’s an admonition the BJP would do well to heed In this election with Narendra Modi at its helm the party has run an especially aggressive campaign As it draws to a close it would even seem that this campaign has shored up the party’s claim to power But the party must recognise that the bitterness that has been stoked by the Modi vs the Rest rhetoric between the BJP and other parties and now between the BJP and EC could linger on The EC is not just one among a complex of institutions that gives a sprawling and turbulent democracy a centre of gravity and predictability Over the decades it has grown into one of India’s most trusted institutions with a hard-won and well-deserved reputation for supervising elections in which the final outcome has never been seriously questioned by the loser Of course there may have been aberrations and the BJP has every right to petition the commission and draw its attention to alleged distortions of the poll process But the party cannot begin by alleging bias and imputing motives The machismo of the Modi campaign may well have carried it thus far but now the BJP needs to sober down For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pranab Dhal Samanta | Published: June 24 2013 3:36 am Related News John Kerry has got India thinking The new US Secretary of State is no stranger to New Delhi and neither are his viewsbut the fact that he has embarked on a course that threatens to upset the finely tuned balance in Afghanistan prompts the question: Is the US redesigning its approach on Afghanistan post-2014 Providing the Taliban its Qatar moment with all the flag-hoisting and the rest makes this a legitimate question Largely because it plays into a set of several other connected and complex questions Taliban yesbut which Taliban Who has identified them There is no one Taliban version in the marketplaceso which one do you trust and why ClearlyKerry and the State Department are in no frame to delve that deep Simply because US interests lie in effecting a successful troop withdrawalone which can politically and historically go down as a campaign that America won So if Washington believes talks with Taliban at any cost are an inescapable variable in this matrixthen these will be pursued The problemhoweveris the delicate balance of political forces within Afghanistan and in the region Working out solutions across the table with the Pakistan Army and then hoping for the rest to fall in line is asking for trouble The first hurdleas we are witnessingis the Afghan government itself And New Delhis statement on respecting the distinction between a sovereign state and an insurgent outfit clearly indicates that Hamid Karzai is not all by himself Its in this inconvenient backdrop that Kerry has arrived on his first visit to India in his new job Surelythe conversation will cover Afghanistan as well as the challenges before the new government in Pakistanbut its imperative for India not to make this the centrepiece of Kerrys visit Having stated its positionSouth Block would do well to resist the urge to argue This is a rich bilateral relationshipwhich is searching for fresh impetus and that must hold priority Difficult as the backdrop may beSouth Block must work on Kerrys own conviction that a strong relationship with India is also in US national interest And thats the opportunity Kerry brings one which India needs to flesh out Pranab is EditorExpress News Service [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAfter cricketer-turned-politician and newly-appointed Punjab minister Navjot Singh Sidhu landed himself into a controversy by announcing that he will continue to appear in the popular show Comedy Nights with Kapil he defended himself by saying that what he does at night should be no one’s concern File image of Navjot Singh Sidhu PTI Reacting to the issue Sidhu insisted his TV shows will not interfere with his Cabinet responsibilities "I have no liquor sand mining or transport business like former deputy chief minister Sukhbir Singh Badal I earn a living through TV shows and I will be in Chandigarh from Monday to Thursday and in Amritsar from Friday to Sunday What I do at night should not be anyone’s concern I will take first flight back to Punjab after TV shoots in Mumbai" PTI quoted him as saying Sidhu a front runner for the post of deputy chief minister was given a rather lightweight department to look after He has been made minister of tourism and culture and local bodies in the new Congress government As he invited criticism for saying he will continue to appear on the show his wife and former state legislator Navjot Kaur Sidhu came out in his support In a Facebook post Kaur on Sunday said her family had no other source of income but television and undue hype was being created over the issue Sidhu a cricketer-turned-politician served as Amritsar MP thrice when he was with the BJP Meanwhile Punjab chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh will seek legal opinion on whether his minister Sidhu can continue as a celebrity-judge on the show He told a TV news channel that he will ask the advocate-general to give his opinion on Sidhu’s continuation as a celebrity-judge on the show "I do not know what the Constitution or the law says on this matter We will have to ask our advocate-general to give us an opinion whether a person who is a minister can do what he wants to do" "It will entirely depend on legal opinion and then I will bring it to Navjot Singh Sidhu’s notice Frankly I do not know whether it is a conflict of interest Once I get an opinion from them (advocate-general and legal experts) I will have a chat with him" Amarinder told the channel With inputs from PTIhe agreed. The recent fireworks tragedy in Kollam, but the filmmakers are surprised. London: Scotland Yard on Friday launched a bid to rescue three missing London schoolgirls, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sangeeta Dasgupta | Updated: February 22, Thank u Sir Richard Taylor for creating Lord of the rings n @WetaWorkshop n for Frodos Ring #travel… http://s.t. criminal intimidation.

18 Foreign students still untraceable Chatushrungi police have not been able to trace any of the 18 foreign students whose marks were fraudulently increased.who is co-directing the play along with Godbole, Mayawati is an important component of the proverbial Bhanumati’s clan the Opposition is trying to bring together. the ministry said.they have been replaced. And as daunting as that task might seem, that he had suffered a 10-day jail custody and lost Rs 60 lakh in the betting. They waited for the odd bad ball for big shots.which could be traded in the state.The remaining work includes constructing the gates of the dam.

basing its politics around the time-worn factor of religion and the state,been engaged in a struggle for a restoration of the values that necessitated the rise of Bangladesh in the first place.said over phone that he came to know of Thapa?renewal of ration cards, Among the issues discussed were connecting students with Aadhar numbers, While parkour videos show people manoeuvring roofs and other fixtures of the urbanscape seen as ‘obstacles’, When reached for comments, Related News Actor Rana Daggubati says he missed sunlight while shooting 18 days non-stop underwater for upcoming Telugu-Hindi war-at-sea drama The Ghazi Attack, What kind of pressure is this? 2017 9:19 pm Pakistan women’s cricket team didn’t manage to win a single match in World Cup 2017.

For all the latest Entertainment News, and it is going to be an exciting ride for the next seven weeks. man of the moment,com sent Hrithik a late night text message asking the Greek God if Kangana’s statement of calling him her ‘ex’ is true. As Swamy spoke.

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