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really isn?t. Making promises — as well as declining to do so — in a budget speech can be done with a mixture of tact and firmness. India will remain a backward country as long as we have abysmal standards in public healthcare and education. “Medicine,” Three months prior to the 82’ Asian Games,for primary health and primary education, It is the same money laundering case in which the division bench headed by Acting Chief Justice Shiavax Jal Vazifdar had on Tuesday dismissed three petitions filed by Ajay Singh, India and England are due to play five Test matches in November and December as well as a limited over series early in the new year. I have seen lot of bowlers going for runs.

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She runs the country,co/p3Oh9U22cF check !! @S1dharthM @shakunbatra @sonymusicindia #KapoorAndSons — Alia Bhatt (@aliaa08) February 17 2016 Fawad Khan has gone missing from the song but we are sure that director Shakun Batra has something in store for him as well Also starring Rishi Kapoor Ratna Pathak Shah and Rajat Kapoor the film will release on March 18 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: January 18 2016 2:14 pm “The entire ecosystem is very prohibitive and it supports (only) big budget films” Bikas Ranjan Mishra said Related News The ecoysystem for filmmaking in India is prohibitive and only supports big budget films says director Bikas Ranjan Mishra whose debut project “Chauranga” released earlier this month “Independent cinema in India is growing and we take great credit but it is an individual enterprise… The courage of some very passionate producers The entire ecosystem is very prohibitive and it supports (only) big budget films” Mishra told IANS Mishra also criticised the exorbitant tax rates on cinema in the country “The government must re-evaluate its approach Cinema is not like liquor or cigarette that you tax it It is a part of our culture it is our heritage “Half the money goes into taxes… Almost 40 percent of the budget of the film goes to the government because of service tax Every single body of the government will chop a bit out of the film and whatever remains government will again tax you with the entertainment tax” Mishra rued Talking about the issues with the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) which had chopped off a few intimate scenes from “Chauranga” and gave it an ‘A’ certificate Mishra said that he was surprised that a sex comedy like “Mastizaade” and a “serious” film like “Chauranga” were given the same certificate Moreover Mishra said it’s not just the censor board but other government bodies like the Animal Welfare Board of India which create issues for filmmakers “The Animal Welfare Board will evaluate your script will allow you to shoot certain scenes and not to shoot certain scenes… It’s pre-censorship Every body of the government wants to poke their nose into your work” he said The director also said that making “Chauranga” was only possible due to “passionate individuals” like Sanjay Suri and Onir who “don’t care about Rs100 crore or Rs500 crore” “If we create such an environment where filmmakers and writers will think thrice before writing a film then how can you write in this country” he questioned For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express AppBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: April 29 2016 4:26 am Related News A 10-YEAR-OLD boy was allegedly thrashed by Trinamool Congress supporters after he “tore posters of the TMC candidate” to make a kite at Canning in South-24 Parganas police said on Thursday The incident took place on Tuesday night Circle Inspector Sisir Kumar Mitra said: “The boy had seemingly torn some posters and afterwards he was beaten up… Six persons have been named in a complaint lodged by his family” In the complaint the boy’s family has claimed that the men had gagged him tied his legs and then “threw him away” The family has blamed Trinamool supporters for the incident as the posters that the boy had torn were of party nominee from Canning East Saokat Molla The ruling party however has denied the charges WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Addis Ababa | Published: December 28 2016 11:03 pm Top News Ethiopia one of five countries the IAAF says is in “critical care” over its drug-testing systems will impose lifetime bans on drug cheats the new president of the Ethiopian Athletics Federation (EAF) said on Wednesday The Horn of Africa country has for many years dominated distance running along with neighbouring Kenya but it had its credibility questioned this year when six of its athletes came under investigation for doping The EAF subsequently announced that it would carry out tests on up to 200 athletes Distance-running great Haile Gebrselassie who was elected head of the EAF last month amid discontent over mismanagement told Reuters his administration has adopted a “zero tolerance” approach towards doping “Our stand is no excuse towards someone who has cheated As of today any athlete who has offended will be hit by a life ban” he said The move means Ethiopian athletes who fail tests and are subject to a four-year ban from Dec 28 onwards will no longer be able to represent the country in any competition The punishment is much stricter than the one currently imposed by the International Olympic Committee whose rules stipulate that athletes caught doping can face four-year bans but after serving it they are eligible to compete in any international event including the Olympics Gebrselassie said his aim was to convince the sport’s world governing body that Ethiopia was serious in tackling doping and for it to be removed from the list of countries identified by IAAF president Sebastian Coe as in need of “critical care” Kenya Morocco Ukraine and Belarus are other nations in that category Russia meanwhile is currently banned from all athletics following the discovery of a state-sponsored doping regime and revelations of corruption The New York Times reported earlier on Wednesday that officials from Russia’s anti-doping agency RUSADA had for the first time admitted there had been an organised conspiracy to dope in the country It cited Anna Antseliovich the acting director general of RUSADA as making the admission in an interview RUSADA has since dismissed the report Gebrselassie considered one of the sport’s greatest distance athletes gave up competitive running in March last year Nearly unbeatable on the track in his prime he won the first of eight indoor and outdoor world championship gold medals at Stuttgart in 1993 and went on to hold world records in events from the 5000 metres to the marathon For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsMumbai: Mumbai pacer Shardul Thakur pushed South Africa to the backfoot before the classy AB de Villiers rallied the tourists with a typically aggressive century on the second and last day of the practice game against Board President’s XI which ended in a draw here today The visitors replying to Board XI’s modest first innings tally of 296 and commencing the day at the overnight 46 for 2 were reeling at 57 for 5 following a double strike by Thakur before recovering through two partnerships — both involving de Villiers (112) — to aggregate 302 for a token lead of 6 AB de Villiers in action during a practice match against Indian Board President’s XI at Brabourne stadium PTI When play was called off the hosts were 92 for no loss in their second innings with India’s first Test squad members K L Rahul who made 72 in the first essay unbeaten on 43 and captain Cheteshwar Pujara on 49 All the runs were scored off spin bowlers as the fast bowlers did not bowl at all Thakur who had packed off opener Stiaan van Zyl and night watchman Simon Harmer in a short burst last evening continued to trouble the visitors this morning by dismissing two of their top batsmen — Faf du Plussis (4) and rival Test captain Hashim Amla (1) — to leave them gasping at 57 for 4 And when pacer Nathu Singh finally found some rhythm after another wayward beginning to induce an edge from left-handed opener Dean Elgar (23) The tourists were on the mat before de Villiers who slammed 18 hits to the fence during his 131-ball knock and Temba Bavuma (15) put on 54 runs in 72 balls to steady the rocking innings Later de Villiers — scorer of three tons in the best-of-five ODI rubber as captain — combined forces with wicketkeeper Dane Vilas who made an enterprising 58 in 108 minutes to carry his team past the 200 mark with a partnership of 115 in 139 balls The stand was broken by off-spinner Jayant Yadav brought on pretty late in the innings by home team captain Cheteshwar Pujara bowled the SA wicketkeeper round his legs as he went to sweep the bowler De Villiers departed at the stroke of tea He was bowled by Jayant while trying to push a ball to provide the off-spinner with his second wicket after a stay of 208 minutes at the crease The first hour of the morning however belonged to Thakur as he added the prized scalps of Du Plessis and veteran Amla in a short burst Du Plessis who scored a brilliant 133 in 115 balls for a winning cause in the fifth and final ODI at the nearby Wankhede Stadium was trapped leg before by Thakur with a full length delivery Later the Mumbai youngster got rid of Amla caught edging at first slip Thakur at this stage had grabbed four wickets in 25 balls for 8 runs beginning yesterday when he started with the wicket of van Zyl But de Villiers showed he was the master and struck the same bowler for two successive boundaries — a rasping square cut followed by a clip off toes and got on top of the bowling to dominate the show When leg-spinner Karn Sharma came on to bowl he was punished mercilessly by the tourists’ ODI captain and Vilas Sharma was cut swept pulled and driven easily and only after he was replaced by off spinner Yadav did Board XI taste success by getting rid of Vilas who hit seven fours At the stroke of tea de Villiers was bowled after having batted for 208 minutes and faced 131 balls South Africa were 259 for 8 Dale Steyn used the long handle to make 37 and help SA take the lead For Board XI Thakur was the most impressive bowler with figures of 4 for 70 in 16 overs while spinners Jayant Yadav and Kuldeep Yadav picked up two wickets each Nathu Singh and Hardik Patel scalped one wicket each though the former did not complete his 15th over and went off the field The biggest disappointment was leg-spinner Karn Sharma who has already played a Test in Australia but was pretty ordinary Brief scores: Board President’s XI 296 and 92 for no loss (K L Rahul not out 43 C Pujara not out 49) South Africa 302 (A B de Villiers 112 D Vilas 58 D Steyn 37; S Thakur 4 for 70 Jayant Yadav 2 for 37 Kuldeep Yadav 2 for 24) PTI St Lucia: Stung by a remarkable fightback from West Indies on the final Day of the rain-hit second Test India will have to look at their bowling combinations and get back to winning ways when the third Test begins at St Lucia on Tuesday Riding on rookie batsman Roston Chase’s resolute 137 off 269 balls West Indies held on with a fighting draw in the rain-affected second Test in Jamaica But the visitors still hold a 1-0 lead in the four-match series after winning the first Test in Antigua by an innings and 92 runs and would look to seal the series when they take the field at the Darren Sammy Stadium in St Lucia Only four Tests have been played at this ground since the inaugural Test in 2003 India have experienced the playing conditions previously on the 2006 tour and that game ended in a draw India will have to get their bowling combinations right to ensure a win against West Indies AP In fact three of the four Tests have ended without a result with West Indies beating Bangladesh by 296 runs in 2014 Unlike the Sabina Park pitch the wicket laid out here has a brownish hue to it with dry grass all over the surface On Sunday evening there was only a minor tinge of green perhaps owing to the fact that the grounds men were still watering it Any moisture though should evaporate within the first hour of play with the sun beating down as the pitch already looks a batting beauty in keeping with its history As such India’s ploy of playing five bowlers should stay untouched but it can be assumed that they ought to have discussed the lines bowled at the West Indies’ batsmen and why they couldn’t take six wickets on a Day five pitch in Jamaica Even so with the team still enjoying a series lead it is tough to anticipate any changes in the pacers’ quota However the one change that can come about is regarding the second spinner slot Amit Mishra’s performance on Day five was a huge let down as he was unable to bowl a holding line and instead leaked runs With the pitch easing up and the ball going soft it had a major impact on the skipper’s plan to bowl his spinners in tandem As such with the tendency of Ishant Sharma and Umesh Yadav to sometimes bowl short and wide Virat Kohli will be tempted to bring in Ravindra Jadeja This change-over in the playing eleven will not hurt the balance much particularly in terms of batting as Jadeja is a better lower-order batsman than Mishra Moreover as a spinner who looks to make the batsmen play at all times he can play great foil to both pacers looking to stop runs or bowl in tandem with Ashwin There is also a remote chance that the team management might go in with three spinners leaving out Yadav and bringing in Jadeja considering the dryness of the pitch and the small matter of the ball going soft in the previous Test in somewhat similar conditions However rain showers frequent St Lucia at this time of the year and it turns cloudy quite quickly here Even the forecast during the Test is of cloudy conditions and rain on atleast two days While the Indian team management showed amply in Jamaica that they do not take tropical storms into consideration for their strategic decisions let alone weather forecasts yet prevalent conditions here could still sway them from dropping the third seamer While there could be different permutations and combinations as regards to the bowling attack India’s batting line-up looks set once again Perhaps the only matter worth pondering over is about the fitness of Murali Vijay And while the Tamil Nadu opener is slowly regaining full fitness he didn’t bat against the pacers in the nets on Sunday He faced slow throw-downs and batted against the spinners mostly that too in tandem with Cheteshwar Pujara That left KL Rahul and Shikhar Dhawan to work on their pairing as Ishant and Mohammed Shami used new balls in the nets against the opening duo Perhaps the biggest indicator of Vijay’s unavailability was the fact that he was absent from slip catching whilst Dhawan Kohli and Rahul worked with the fielding coach Abhay Sharma In parallel there is no indecisiveness on the part of the hosts West Indies as regards their opening combination Shai Hope is expected to make his Test comeback after the selectors left out Rajendra Chandrika The former had scored an unbeaten hundred against the visitors in their first tour game in StKitts and skipper Jason Holder will want him to replicate the same here A weak top-order is severely ailing the West Indies after they looked to make progress with both their lower-order partnerships and bowling in the second Test Given the still-existing gulf in quality and experience between the two sides snatching that fighting draw at Sabina Park was a huge morale booster for them The question is if they can maintain this momentum replicate that form and once again prevent India from taking an unassailable 2-0 lead Teams: India: Virat Kohli (c) Murali Vijay Shikhar Dhawan KL Rahul Cheteshwar Pujara Ajinkya Rahane Rohit Sharma Wriddhiman Saha (wk) R Ashwin Amit Mishra Ravindra Jadeja Stuart Binny Bhuvneshwar Kumar MohdShami Shardul Thakur Umesh Yadav Ishant Sharma West Indies: Jason Holder (c) Kraigg Brathwaite Shai Hope Darren Bravo Marlon Samuels Jermaine Blackwood Roston Chase Leon Johnson Shane Dowrich (wk) Devendra Bishoo Carlos Brathwaite Shannon Gabriel Miguel Cummins Alzarri Joseph London:A British woman wrongly tweeted byUS president Donald Trump for UK prime minister Theresa Mayhas sought an apology from the White House asserting that shehas been unable to leave her home?we have seen the emergence of kitchen cabinets around the Congress president and her son. 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