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It’s here that you understand why it was called Manchester of India. Among them was an English manager and cricketer, then why are they worried about sharing information with the CAG?Munna broke open the lock of the cupboard where he did not find the money, said a senior police officerpart of the investigating team Munna reportedly tried to open all other cupboards toobut he could not do so Meanwhileone of them lost his nerves and fell unconscious This panicked the rest and they tried to wash the weapons As the phone started ringingthey all left the house in hurry and could not take anything from the houseadded the officer The probe The investigators zeroed in on Munna after they interrogated all the staff members of the cable shop Police learnt that Munna did not join duty between 12-12 30 pmwhich is the usual time for him to reach the cable shop Significantlypost mortem reports revealed that the gruesome murders were committed between 12-1230 pm Munna reached office around 2 pm When we interrogated Munna about his whereabouts between 12 and 1230 pmhe did not give any coherent answers We checked all the places where he claimed he was Howeverall of his statements appeared to be false We checked with the tower location of his mobile phonewhich revealed that Munna was in Dipaks locality at that time? 5, For all the latest Pune News, We must act now, For all the latest Chandigarh News, While she thoroughly enjoys letting go and playing the part.

Featuring Gippy Grewal,service charge will be applicable to every contract. however, download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Abhijit Upadhyay | Updated: May 9,87.ball going past but you have the same attitude the next ball.He does not drop his head that’s something I’ve learnt fromhim He’s very good in that department Written by Raakhi Jagga | Ludhiana | Published: April 5 2012 1:02 am Top News One organised at Ramgarh; another race scheduled to be held at Bhagaur village Despite the ban on the use of bulls as performing animalsbullock cart races were held at Ramgarh village located in Doraha on Tuesday afternoon About 30 participants were present in this race Animal activists also swung into action a day after Naresh Kadyan of the International Organisation for Animal Protection today filed a police complaint seeking the registration of an FIR against the Punjab Bail Dodak Committeewhich organised these races It needs to be mentioned that in Februarythe police had got bull races cancelled at Kila Raipur because of the ban imposed by the Animal Welfare Board of India (AWBI) in July 2011 Apart from thisanother bullock cart race will be organised at village Bhagaur located near Khanna on April 9at which Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) leader Jagjivan Pal Singh Khirnia will be the chief guest Asked for his commentsthe deputy director (animal husbandry) said? It’s? The bribe was allegedly paid through cheques issued in the name of his conduit who was to arrange gold in exchange of the money sent by the complainant. outside from the industry and now,in field hockey at the London Olympic Games.

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predicament and insecurities? The reasoning that opinion polls are inaccurateunscientific and sponsored does not seem convincing A large section of voters are youngeducated and well-informed It is unfair to underestimate them A voter has the right to know what the electorate in general feels about the government and parties If political parties can influence voters with freebies and tall promisesit is perfectly fine if a voter is also influenced by opinion polls Heres hoping the Election Commission will not succumb to pressure and ban opinion polls Insteadit should initiate measures to make them more accuratescientific and transparentuphold the freedom of opinion granted by the Constitution N Ramamurthy Chennai Age-old wrong * This refers to Neither nor (IENovember 4) It is lamentable that even though Indian society has known of transgender individuals since ancient timeswe still refuse to accept them Transgender people are often at the receiving end of violent and inhuman behaviour The government seems apathetic about their condition and frames no policies for their upliftment Gaurav Pant Lucknow For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Mumbai | Published: May 27 2015 5:21 pm WWE wrestler-turned-actor Dwayne Johnson’s next project “San Andreas” is set to hit theatres in India on May 29 in English and Hindi Top News WWE wrestler-turned-actor Dwayne Johnson’s next project “San Andreas” is set to hit theatres in India on May 29 in English and Hindi The American action-adventure disaster film directed by Brad Peyton also stars Indian-origin actress Archie Panjabi The film releases very close to the devastating earthquake in Nepal which happened on April 25 When asked if there was ever a discussion internally about whether it would seem insensitive to sell a movie about a tragedy that has rendered so many people homeless and dead so recently Johnson said “We made the movie knowing and understanding the context—the world we live in and life we have today These things happen It was incredibly unfortunate “Prayers and thoughts continue to go out to everybody in Nepal and everybody who was affected by that event But the truth is you go into a project like this with everything you have got and your heart and your soul and you just want to make a good movie and again you understand the context” the 43-year-old actor said Peyton said that the movie doesn’t make light of these things because the cast and crew realise there are real world implications to an earthquake “I am sensitive to people that have been through tragedies The movie is really meant to entertain you… Bad things happen But the most important thing is how you come together with the people that you love to get back up and move on That is really what the movie is about” the filmmaker said in a statement Share This Article Related Article Talking about her experiences while facing an emergency situation Panjabi said until she came to America she hadn’t really been through any disasters “And then as soon as I moved to New York I experienced a hurricane And then Hurricane Sandy hit me in quite a big way I had twelve days without any electricity any water and you start asking deeper profound questions—how powerful Mother Nature is how short life is how grateful we should be for things” the actress said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: June 9 2017 10:58 am David Warner said that the incident and its aftermath made him a better person (Source: Reuters) Top News David Warner said that has bust-up with England’s Joe Root was key to him becoming a better person “I was young and now I’m old” said the Australian vice-captain “I’ve two kids and I’m married There’s a lot of settling down there” The incident happened in a Birmingham after Australia’s defeat to England in the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy “It was a learning curve for myself” Warner told reporters at Edgbaston “It definitely was (key) to me becoming the person I am today not just the cricketer” Warner was at the time known for his brashness on and off the field He was suspended and fined following the incident He will face Root who is now captain of the England Test side on June 10 when Australia play England in the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 “If I see him (Root) I’ll give him a handshake” said Warner It was suggested at the time that Warner felt Root was making fun of South Africa’s Hashim Amla as he messed about with a wig Root and England denied the suggestion stating that he was instead referencing to his own youthful appearance and inability to grow a beard Warner’s image at the time is seen as another reason why his justification was never accepted Known by the nickname ‘Bull’ Warner’s team mates now refer to him as ‘Rev’ a sign of how the batsman has changed himself Warner did say though that the ‘Bull’ has not vanished completely “It just depends what day you get me” he said “Most of the time I’m probably the Reverend – as they say – but it’s about winning games for Australia and being the best person I can around the team and around people outside cricket” “We all go through periods when we’re young and naive It’s not about stuffing up and moving on it’s about learning the ropes of being away on tour for such a long period of time There are things you have to think about as a youngster what you can or can’t I do” said the Australian vice-captain For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: AP | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 15 2016 11:55 am The most common sight at Olympic venues aren’t medals draped around necks but fans walking around with arms full fixated on finding the next beer stand and hoarding empty cups (Source: Reuters) Top News Will Rodriguez put his collectible cup down just for a second then _ swoosh _ it was swiped He owned one of the hottest souvenirs of the Rio de Janeiro Games: A plastic Olympic gymnastics beer cup “That was a good one” Rodriguez of Dallas lamented Yes the Olympics has yet another cupping craze though this one involves the swirling orange blue and green color patterns on a yellow cup that include the name and silhouette for more than two dozen sports The most common sight at Olympic venues aren’t medals draped around necks but fans walking around with arms full fixated on finding the next beer stand and hoarding empty cups Beer here Sure but fans are chugging _ and sometimes just dumping _ their half liters (about 17 ounces) of Skol lager simply for the empty cups Then it’s back in line to put another 13 Brazilian reals (about $4) on the growing beer tab That totals at least 300 reals for the set The cups are suddenly fueling the merchandise machine and have been traded sold and yes even stolen as fans clamor for hard-to-find sports such as gymnastics and soccer this deep into the Olympics About an hour before boxing’s Sunday evening session started fans lined up 25 deep at some “cerveja” stands ready to go another round The long lines weren’t necessarily because of slow pours from the can into the cup Once at the front of the line fans would shake through stacks of cups until they found the one sport they wanted “Boxe Boxe Boxe” one fan shouted in Portuguese in his search for boxing “No No” the server shouted as he pointed to one of the other stands at Rio Centro So off the man went without a beer with a more pressing mission on tap for the night Trampoline tennis equestrian taekwondo and water polo were the most common cups found Sunday at the complex that’s home to boxing table tennis badminton and weightlifting Brazilian native Sergio De Oliveira now of Hoboken New Jersey wore his Team USA hat and shirt and gripped his equestrian (”hipismo”) cup De Oliveira and husband Terry Miles are trying to collect the cups of all 14 events they’ve seen at the Olympics De Oliveira had no idea that when he bought a gymnastics cup at the opening ceremony the hunk of plastic would soon spark a memorabilia frenzy “It was huge we got it all” Miles said Miles doesn’t drink leaving all the beer guzzling to De Oliveira They have about 10 cups so far but had yet to find their No 1 target _ archery They also wanted synchronized diving But don’t expect the couple to auction the cups on eBay to recoup the 130 reals and counting they’ve spent on their collectibles They are keeping most of them and will share a few with friends back in the United States Carmen Pruneda of San Antonio Texas had no interest in sipping any light blonde lager “I’m looking for cups but I don’t drink beer” she said Pruneda has traded pins for cups and cups for pins She hit a bit of good luck when a woman dropped a cup on an escalator The woman asked Pruneda if she was a collector When she said yes the stranger gave her both of her cups boosting Pruneda’s total to six One beer server said it was forbidden to just buy a cup The trinkets are a steal compared to other Olympic merchandise Olympic hats are going for about 60 reals T-shirts for 80 to 100 and keychains are 35 One man bought a beach towel at the souvenir stand _ a soft landing spot for the three cups he then stuffed inside his shopping bag Come to think of it those purple circles dotting Michael Phelps’ shoulder and back from his cupping therapy do look like coasters Maybe he wouldn’t mind serving as a true arm rest for the cups at the next Olympic bash “It has been a good way to keep litter down” Rodriguez said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Rio De Janeiro | Updated: July 31 2016 11:43 am Vladimir Morozov and Nikita Lobinsev appealed to CAS seeking to overturn their bans over doping allegations Top News Russian swimmers Vladimir Morozov and Nikita Lobintsev have launched an appeal against the ruling banning them from next month’s Rio Olympic Games even though they have never failed a doping test The duo want the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) to overturn the decision of swimming’s world governing body FINA to ban them for not falling within the IOC’s new criteria on allowing Russian competitors to compete The criteria states that only if they have not previously failed a drugs test and can prove they are clean and not associated with the country’s doping regime are Russian athletes eligible to take part in the Games Lobintsev and US-based Morozov were part of Russia’s bronze-medal winning 4x100m freestyle team at the London 2012 Games while Lobintsev also won a silver medal in the 4x200m freestyle relay at Beijing 2008 The two swimmers were suspended after they were named in relation to the “disappearing positives” revelations – false reporting of positive samples – in a World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA)-led independent report into doping in Russia Neither swimmer has ever served a ban for a positive test and both have repeatedly said they are clean athletes Their bans came after the International Olympic Committee (IOC) last week handed the responsibility of banning Russian athletes back to the relevant sports federations Any Russian who has served a doping suspension is automatically ruled out but others were also to be banned if they could not effectively “prove themselves clean” A statement issued by CAS on Saturday said the two swimmers had asked sport’s highest court to declare the IOC ruling “invalid and unenforceable” They also requested “that the IOC validates the entries submitted by the Russian Olympic Committee” – thereby reinstating them into the Russian team for the Games Lobintsev tested positive for meldonium earlier this year but was then cleared and given a “no fault” finding That was because of the decision by WADA that there was not enough information about how long meldonium takes to leave the body and that athletes using it before it became illegal at the start of the year could not be punished Former world junior champion Daria Ustinova also banned by FINA and who was given a warning over steroid use when she was 14 and four other swimmers who have previously served doping suspensions have not appealed For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News Related News Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy” has won the 2015 Hugo Awards for Best Dramatic Presentation in the Long Form category after beating “The Lego Movie”, Sarita Singh.

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