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there are two kinds of people in Bollywood, skills, 2013 3:11 am Related News Challenged by the leader of the Opposition in the Rajya Sabha to explain the current economic crisis," he told The Indian Express in an interview. It is only when you move out of your comfort zone that you can achieve something extraordinary.but the teachers and the parents as well. Reject all MBBS applications received after June 24: HC CHANDIGARH: The Punjab and Haryana HC Thursday quashed the notification issued by GMCH -32 for last date of submission of applications forms for MBBS course The court directed the Chandigarh Administration and medical college authorities to reject all applications that were received after the last date which was June 24 As many as 13 applications have to be rejected now Admissions now are to be made on the basis of the earlier merit list As per the brochure issued by the GMCHthe last date to receive application forms was June 24 Allowing the petition filed by Arpit AgrawalHC also quashed admission notice dated August 1 The controversy came up on account of the administrations action to invite fresh applications for 50 seats These are additional seats available due to enhancement in intake capacitypermitted by the Medical Council of India as a one-time measure for the academic session 2013-2014throughout the country Aadhaar camp for mentally challenged CHANDIGARH: As many as 15 mentally challenged persons were enrolled on the first day of a special Aadhaar camp organised by the Union Bank in association with Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) and Samartha day care centre for differently-abled persons Earlierwhen we went to get my mentally challenged son enrolled at a campwe faced a lot of problems with the overwhelming crowd We couldnt even convince the agency to get him enrolled?IT 2821 to Goa and IT 2822 to Bengaluru ? 2016 2:31 am Novak Djokovic teams up with Nenad Zimonjic for Serbia in doubles at the Rio 2016 Olympics. Housefull 3 retains Akshay Kumar (who makes a swashbuckling entry hanging from a flying helicopter), The proposed hike will raise stamp duty payable in property transactions to 6 per cent in Mumbai and 7 per cent in other areas of MMR and Pune.

Srinivasan still has lot of support from Assam, Top News Acclaimed actor Kabir Bedi will attend and speak at the Arts for India charity event to honour the late filmmaker Richard Attenborough in London next week.All that the prohibition did was help illicit gangs make lots of illicit money brewing lots of illicit liquor. The people who wanted to drinkdrank They drank out of teacupsthey drank raw rum disguised as colathey drank at weddings and parties and homes But they drank And they drank moremuch moresometimes to insensibilitythan if they had just been allowed to drink openlynormallywithout fear of retribution from the law And money was made So now here we all are in 2010 A bunch of kids from a B-school in Pune stand busted And a law we had all conveniently forgotten stands as law again Have we learnt nothing since 1949 Postscript: I dont drink And I value my right to make that choice on my own Butquestion is: do I have that right anymore The writer is a Mumbai-based writer and filmmaker [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Updated: July 31 2016 11:41 am Simona Halep was beaten by Angelique Kerber in the last eight at Wimbledon on July 5 (Source: AP) Top News Fifth-seeded Romanian Simona Halep overcame a crisis of confidence in the second set to reach the final of the Rogers Cup with a 6-0 3-6 6-2 victory over second seed Angelique Kerber of Germany in Montreal on Saturday Halep had been a set and a break up before Kerber reeled off six straight games to lead 2-0 in the third before the Romanian regained control sealing the win after a topsy-turvy encounter that lasted one hour 38 minutes in Montreal The 24-year-old who was beaten by Kerber in the last eight at Wimbledon on July 5 will take on 10th-seeded American Madison Keys in Sunday’s final at the hardcourt event Keys swept past unseeded qualifier Kristina Kucova of Slovakia 6-2 6-1 in Saturday’s other semi-final serving up nine aces as she wrapped up victory in just 51 minutes “I knew that it was going to be a tough one always when I play against her it was a tough match” Halep told ESPN in a courtside interview after improving her career record against Kerber to 4-2 “Mentally I am pretty strong and I am a little bit disappointed in the second set I gave up at 3-2 But this is me “I have to improve more in this way and I am just trying to enjoy more and more and to give everything I have to win” A frustrated Halep smashed her racket on the ground during the seventh game of the second set after squandering her 3-2 lead and her coach Darren Cahill gave her quiet words of advice during the changeover “Take a deep breath … control your emotions keep a cool head and make good decisions” Cahill said Though Halep was also broken in the next game before Kerber levelled the match at a set all and then raced 2-0 up in the third the Romanian heeded Cahill’s advice and wrested back the initiative with a more positive approach from the baseline Halep won the last six games of the match wrapping up victory on her fourth match point when a net cord by the left-handed Kerber bounced just wide “I just tried to be more aggressive to hit the ball because I started to push it (in the second set) and she could take the initiative of the game and she could dominate” said Halep who had lost her two previous matches against Kerber “And then I just wanted to finish the points and to go over her … I am happy that I could finish it” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Milan | Published: January 27 2017 2:24 pm Joe Hart has played 19 league games for the Bulls and has won widespread plaudits for his displays AP Top News An early lesson Joe Hart learned after moving to Torino was that the English football term “clean sheet” does not translate literally into Italian England’s goalkeeper caused much amusement among Torino fans when he chose the words “lenzuola pulite” (which means ‘two clean bed sheets’) to express his satisfaction at completing two games without conceding a goal in September Not the most auspicious start for an adventure abroad perhaps but fortunately for Hart his gaffes have been mainly linguistic rather than footballing ones The 29-year-old England goalkeeper had been in the doldrums on the back of an error-strewn performance for his country at Euro 2016 when he was loaned to Torino in August The unexpected move came only days after incoming Manchester City coached Pep Guardiola signed Claudio Bravo from Barcelona But while Bravo has fumbled his way through his first few months in the Premier League Hart has quietly been putting his career back on track in one of the world’s most difficult leagues Leaving the Premier League title contenders for a midtable Serie A outfit may have seemed like the start of a downward spiral at the time but it is now beginning to look like an inspired springboard Ever-present since his arrival in Italy Hart has played 19 league games for the Bulls and has won widespread plaudits for his displays – not an easy feat in a notoriously unforgiving Serie A Hart enjoys a warm relationship with the Torino supporters and his saves were directly credited – by the unofficial club website Toro – for earning his side nine points from three draws and two wins in games they would otherwise have lost “He gave the team security which transformed into points” it said INTENSE SCRUTINY The sentiment contrasts with some of the treatment meted out to Bravo in England “Bravo looks like he’s never actually played football before” one newspaper journalist wrote of the Chilean after his error-strewn debut Former England striker Ian Wright was more cutting “Claudio Bravo is terrible” he tweeted Bravo has been under intense scrutiny in the media in recent days after the Manchester Evening News reported he had the worst shots-on-target to saves ratio of any goalkeeper in the Premier League based on the last 22 shots he has faced Calls to bring Hart back to Manchester have been growing among City fans but the goalkeeper may be forgiven for enjoying his Italian refuge while City fans rage about their patchy performances “The only thing on my mind is Torino because my only focus is on today” he said in a recent interview with Gazzetta dello Sport “I play for Torino and I think about Torino” After an uneasy start in a 2-1 defeat to Atalanta Hart quickly settled in and established himself in the first team keeping his side in the top half of the Italian table In all he has kept five clean sheets and conceded 27 goals a more than respectable record for a team that is often closer to the drop zone than European places Coincidentally Bravo has also played 19 matches in the Premier League and conceded 25 goals but his record has been for a team which had been expected to challenge for the title Instead of contending with the passive-aggressive Guardiola as his manager Hart now finds himself with firebrand Torino coach Sinisa Mihajlovic “His mentality stands out Mihajlovic has a strong mind; win win win” Hart said “He demands a lot but we know where we stand and how far we can go” Hart has made it clear that his move to Torino was as much about the experience of playing in Serie A as anything else Despite the translation gaffe he has shown himself to be far removed from the stereotype of the Englishman abroad who fails to learn the language and distrusts the local food At his official presentation Hart read out his opening words in Italian and showed that he had already learned football basics such as mine yours pass shoot give it to me leave it “I have learned to see football from a different perspective I live well in a nice city I play in a team with fantastic people and fantastic fans and I learn something new every day not just in football” he reflected “Being here is my life I have learned that sometimes football can be a mad game Now I consider it a normal move in my career” Even his Italian is improving: “I understand more than I can speak” he said “It is enough to manage on the pitch I promise that I don’t use Google Translate any more” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Paris | Updated: June 23 2016 6:00 am Gummi Ben broadcast an instant classic to describe Iceland’s stoppage-time goal to beat Austria 2-1 (Source: AP) Top News He calls himself Gummi Ben and he’s becoming a cultish phenomenon of the European Championship Gudmundur Benediktsson’s wildly enthusiastic calls of Iceland’s goals for national television have been finding new fans worldwide as clips are shared on social media Just caught up with the #Iceland commentator’s reaction to their winning goal pictwittercom/xi4wI2xKt1 — Jeremy Vine (@theJeremyVine) 22 June 2016 On Wednesday Gummi Ben broadcast an instant classic to describe Iceland’s stoppage-time goal to beat Austria 2-1 “Yes yes yes yes yes we are winning this We are in the round of 16” Gummi Ben shouted in Icelandic from his position high up in the main stand at Stade de France “Never ever ever have I felt as good” the former Iceland international player said “Arnor Ingvi Traustason secured us the first European Championship victory We have never lost notice that we have never lost” “Thanks for coming Austria Thanks for coming” Benediktsson added While 10 percent of Iceland’s 333000 population are estimated to have come to France those back home are relying on Benediktsson Iceland’s players have given him every reason to reach fever pitch in his calls: a 1-1 draw after trailing against Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal then another 1-1 draw from the heartbreak of a late own goal to let Hungary level the match Benediktsson scaled new heights Wednesday with Iceland’s first win on its tournament debut He should be back behind the microphone in Nice on Monday when Iceland plays England in the round of 16 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by The Indian Express | Published: December 25 2010 2:37 am Related News Where the leaders are India needs institution-building leaders The question is whether such leaders exist andif sowhere they are Theres a dearth of visionaries in politics In the executivegreedpolitical interference and poor systems have done damage In the judiciaryleadership is confined to high courts and the Supreme Court Social reformers are few Only in the corporate sector does India have daring and farsighted leaders Leaders should change their mindsetgroom young talentmake education ethics-focused and re-engineer ineffective systems YG Chouksey Pune Peacefully does it This refers to At Bainsla School of Protestindiscipline earns a thrashing (IEDecember 24) The agitation for reservations is causing problems to people as railways and highways have been blocked Commercial activities have been affected and the poor are unable to earn their daily bread Since the case is pending in the high courtKirori Singh Bainsla should suspend the agitation and cooperate with the government to find ways to resolve the issue peacefully SC Vaid Greater Noida Our house divided K Shankar Bajpai’s views (Knowing whats good for us, “Play like each game is your last game, “So, It was later released in forest,GMSSS-10.

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