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download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: February 28,New Delhi: He was caught at short cover. Ali, Why did it take the UP government-accredited lab eight months to find out that the sample in question is "beef"? javelin? Thank you for the overwhelming response and love for #Baahubali! Now back to shoot in chennai for my next #bangaloredaystamilremake — Rana Daggubati (@RanaDaggubati) July 21 2015 Directed by SS Rajamouli “Baahubali – The Beginning” is about two brothers at war for an ancient kingdom Also starring Prabhas Anushka Shetty and Tamannaah Bhatia in lead roles it is one of the highly successful dubbed films The film came out on July 10 in Telugu Tamil Malayalam and Hindi parallelly For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: October 9 2015 6:49 pm Anu Malik along with his daughter Anmoll Malik especially came on the show’s set on Thursday (October 8) to be part of the birthday celebrations of Ronit Roy who turns 50 on Sunday (October 11) Related News Popular Bollywood music composer Anu Malik along with his daughter Anmoll Malik will next be seen in family game show “Deal Or No Deal” which is hosted by actor Ronit Roy Anu especially came on the show’s set on Thursday to be part of the birthday celebrations of Ronit who turns 50 on Sunday After the cake cutting Anu dedicated a couplet to Ronit Share This Article Related Article “I’m so glad I could be part of Ronit’s birthday celebrations I have been a big fan of the show ever since it went on air and absolutely love Ronit as a host It was a great pleasure playing on the show” Anu said in a statement The episode featuring the father-daughter duo will be aired on Sunday on &TV For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBarcelona: Barcelona boss Luis Enrique insists his side’s reliance on Lionel Messi is perfectly normal when you have "the best player in the world" on your side File photo of Barcelona manager Luis Enrique (L) and star player Lionel Messi AFP Messi has kept Barca’s La Liga title challenge alive with late winners in 2-1 wins over Leganes and Atletico Madrid in their last two outings to take his tally for the season to 35 goals in as many games However Barca have still to tie down Messi’s long-term future at the Camp Nou The five-time World Player of the Year has just over a year to run on his contract with talks over a new deal ongoing "It would be naive to think we wouldn’t depend on the best player in the world" said Enrique on Tuesday "Hopefully we can depend on him for many years to come" Victory at Atletico eased somewhat the mounting pressure on Enrique after a 0-4 thrashing at Paris Saint-Germain two weeks ago left the Catalans on the verge of bowing out at the last 16 of the Champions League for the first time in 10 years In particular his tactical shift from Barca’s traditional possession-based game to a more direct style designed to get the best out of a superstar front three of Messi Luis Suarez and Neymar has been criticised However Enrique insisted ahead of Sporting Gijon’s visit to the Camp Nou on Wednesday that possession is only a means to an end "The key to having possession is not just to have it for the sake of it but to have possession as a means of reaching a goal and the goal is winning games" he added "If the opponent sits back and allows long passages of play in possession they don’t leave you spaces to find gaps "If they decide to press high and leave space then it doesn’t make sense to not take advantage of that and in two touches overcome the press to score a goal" Enrique hopes to have Javier Mascherano and Arda Turan back from injury for the visit of struggling Sporting who sit two points off safety on 18th And with tougher tests against Celta Vigo and the return leg with PSG to come in the next week Enrique is expected to make sweeping changes from the side that started against Atletico with the likes of Jordi Alba Ivan Rakitic and Andre Gomes also set to return At firstglance Nayan Chatterjee may look like your average teenager – casual clothes and laid-back mannerisms But once he starts talking about racing and motorsports you can see the passion in him the passion for speed that has taken the 19-year-old from the karting tracks in Mumbai to international podiums Nayan is an international kart racer who has participated in several racing championships across the country and the world Competing in the ‘senior’ category since 2013 Nayan has won more than 25 national trophies and in his fifth year in the competitive kart racing In a chat with Firstpost Nayan Chatterjee spoke about taking up racing as a career his journey to the podium the growth of and response tomotorsports in India his goals for the future and more On starting on the road to racing I started karting when I was 13 I used to go to Powai and have fun on the track My mum used to take me and there were times when I used to sit for 10 minutes drive around and come back and there were times when I used to sit there for the whole day beat the lap record and get my name up there So we went for a training program and the coach said I have some talent and I should do this race Then I did the JK Tyres rookie cup and I finished 12th in my first race so he said this is really good result and we should start national championship In 2012 I started in the national championship where I finished second in the Senior Max and I won the kart open twice in a row In 2015 I finished third in the championship again and in 2016 I finished the Asia Max Rotax Max DD2 championship in second place I have also finished third in the BMW now so quite a few championships in hand but you always want to do more On going from karting for fun to choosing it as a career To be honest even I don’t know how it happened (laughs) I just enjoy the thrill sitting in a kart and the speed was something I couldn’t get off my mind — the overtaking maneouvers all the drivers the ambience everything was just perfect you just don’t feel like getting off the track So once you are you don’t feel like studying or doing anything you just feel like driving around and the fun of winning is another level Nayan Chatterjee On his training and coaches A multiple national champion and an international champion also I have been trained by Akbar Ebrahim from Meco Motorsport and his son is Armaan Ebrahim who finished second in the Super Trofeo which took place in Asia They are lovely coaches and the best in India No one is as experienced as Akbar Ebrahim the first (Indian) driver to be called by Formula 1 but he couldn’t make it there but he is the first (Indian) driver to make it to F3 and probably win in it He said that nothing comes in easy you put in a lot of hard work if you don’t work hard you don’t get what you aim for and that’s the reason his son is doing so well He is 27 now he’s a very good friend of mine and a great coach so I get to learn a lot On infrastructure for racing in India India has got a few tracks but Mumbai has none The best track in India right now is the Buddh International Circuit in Delhi but unfortunately Formula 1 is not taking place there now We have got a lot of place we can build a lot more tracks I don’t know why it is not happening so let’s just leave that to the experts I trained at Kolhapur it’s a track by the Mohites even his son is racing right now and I did a lot of training in Coimbatore in the formula cars On his family’s reactions when he chose racing as a career option To be honest I was shocked my mum put me in racing (laughs) My mum got me to a training camp and said that this is where I need to be In the start she said that studies are most important and with racing studies are also primary To get ahead in life you need to be educated so definitely she was the main supporter and I have my aunt and my dad and my brother who have always been there On balancing sports career with academics It’s a bit difficult but I am trying to I think my school was very bad in terms of supporting me in the sport… I was a bad student I think out of 356 days we used to have school for maybe 180 days and of those 180 days I was not in school for a good 100 days I was in a different track learning and I used to come with a huge amount of backlog and nothing really could get to my head I used to just barely making through my assignments and exams But now I am happy I am learning a lot more in motorsport and I am being recognised and many people are following the sport now So I feel proud that I did put in a little effort in school also On racing as a competitive sport in India Since 2005-2006 that’s when I started watching Formula 1 the only thing we used to understand is that the red coloured car is Michael Schumacher Now a lot more people know about racing so it’s definitely building up I think in the next few years it should be even better Nowadays I have people coming up to me and asking about how to join and where to join they are putting in the effort The crowds during the JK Tyres event was massive — around 30000 people — the whole grandstand is filled so I am really happy to see the turnover in motorsports this year I have never seen something like that before On financial support for racers As you’ve heard racing is a rich man’s sport and we are from a very basic middle-class family We have got sponsors and most of my money is my dad’s but JK Tyre Venus Entertainment Cello have been sponsoring me for the last few years and I am here because of them You need to have your talent you need to have your fitness factor you need to be really good at what you are doing that’s when the sponsors come On his role models You might find this a little weird but I like Valentino Rossi though he is from Moto GP I think he has this cool attitude when he gets on to his bike his suit his helmet his attitude; he is always peppy he is 37 years old and has nine world championships what more you can ask for I also likeFernando Alonso from Formula 1 On his preparation before a race So we have two switches in us – bulls**t mode and serious mode When you get into the car you go on to serious mode Once you are in the car you have to concentrate if you make any mistake that single 10th of a second is a matter of a world championship Once you get into a car there is nothing else unless you are having a look in your car you need to know what you are doing where and what mistakes you are going to avoid Every corner if you lose one-tenth you lose a point; in a track like Buddh which is 15 corners you lose one-and-a-half-second Just before getting into the car I listen to some music to calm myself down Once in the car I get nervous at times so once the lights go off no one is my friend there that’s all I know I am just racing – every move I make I try to lunge over the other guy so that he can’t catch me up that fast It’s a lovely feeling when you are in the car and when you are driving On unwinding while not racing I do play badminton tennis basketball go cycling or skating or swimming Mostly these are fitness activities and I go out with my friends On his plans for the coming season I need to set my budget up for 2017 I need to drive something way better than that formula BMW so I am looking at something at the F3 level or equivalent – it could be a salon car prototype also Let’s see how it goes I am not doing the F4C for sure because the grid is about 10-12 drivers it’s not that you want to go and get a podium but you need to learn a lot more from better activities and better competition So I am looking at a 20-25 grid thinking of the BRDC F4 or the Formula 3 in Italy let’s see how it goes On his goals for the future I want to find a lot more sponsors and reduce the load on my dad On track I am looking forward to getting a championship most number of wins for Indian motorsport and I really want to see the sport growing and a lot more people coming By: Express News Service | Pune | Published: April 13 2016 12:11 am Related News The World Health Organisation (WHO) and World Bank are co-hosting a meeting on April 13 and 14 at Washington DC and Parivartan Trust has been invited to showcase its mental health work in the meet The Parivartan Trust has been involved in working with highly disadvantaged people with mental health problems in Pune Satara and Tezpur and has developed considerable expertise in making paid work options available for individuals and family members through placements collective work options and home-based work Dr Sudipto Chatterjee principal investigator of the programme said that the World Bank’s involvement and concern stems from the fact that people with mental health problems are often left behind and rendered invisible from developmental programmes causing a self perpetuating cycle of poverty and loss of human potential The event would bring together global heads of both these organisations a host of country representatives including from India economists and mental health experts to discuss and decide on the way forward in meeting this challenge in the short and medium terms Dr Hamid Dabholkar co-principal investigator of the programme said that Parivartan Trust has been invited to present its work related to employment and financial inclusion of people recovering from mental disorders in the event within the ‘innovation fair’ that showcases the most promising programmes from across the world For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: August 11 2015 12:37 pm Pop star FKA Twigs thinks artists are too afraid to express themselves because ‘they think that’s a bit too weird’ Related News Pop star FKA Twigs thinks artists are too afraid to express themselves because ‘they think that’s a bit too weird’ The ‘Pendulum’ hitmaker who is engaged to Robert Pattinson said she is ‘a bit mad’ but that is a good thing because it allows her to be herself in her music reported Contactmusic ‘From my brain I think I’m a bit mad I don’t even think it’s that I think other people have ideas but they think that’s a bit too weird… ‘I just believe it’s really important to push intelligence I don’t want to push boundaries I want to push ideas’ she said When it comes to her schedule and the projects she chooses to take on FKA Twigs – real name Tahliah Debrett Barnett – is solely in control of everything Share This Article Related Article ‘No one tells me what to do I’m not like a package pop star For my next album I want to write my own music because it’ll make me feel more in control of my career This is what I’ve always been’ For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News

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