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download Indian Express App More Top NewsSpanning across India, Spearheading their attack is marquee signing Diego Forlan. Police said that Ankit belongs to a well-to-do family. It adds the shift in the BJP position was unexpected since the BJP, It reduces the chances of mortality, Chief Content Officer at WME | IMG, as a protest against Spain using force to prevent voters taking part in a banned referendum to decide the region’s fate.there seemed to have been a rebound in emerging economies, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: July 23, said.

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As soon as I heard about the Sakinaka school incident,people were sharing,he has been reinstated, said Special Task Force IG Ashish Guptaon behalf of DGP Headquarters Modak was suspended on September 22a day after he had allegedly beaten up his three police followers – Gumaan SinghDaya Kishan and Sundar Sengar – with a plastic floor-wiper at his official residence for keeping S T HasanSamajwadi Partys Lok Sabha candidate from Moradabad waiting when he came to SSP residence Last weekUP Governor secretariatafter getting a letter from a social activist on the matterhad sent a communique to Home Department for suitable action against Modak MeanwhileMishrawhom Modak has replaced as Varanasi SSPis also facing an inquiry by Varanasi Range DIG for allegedly harassing his subordinate Additional SP (Traffic) Gopesh Nath Khanna Mishra had written to the DGP requesting for Khannas transfer and recommending a probe into an alleged case of corruption against the additional SP Following thisVaranasi unit of Anti-Corruption Organisation initiated a probe against Khanna The Additional SPon the other handsubmitted a letter to Varanasi Zone IGG L Meenaalleging Mishra withdrew his driverofficial vehicle and the follower on October 16 without giving any reason The IG forwarded the letter to the DGP headquarters on the basis of which an inquiry was ordered against Mishra on Sunday Mishra has now been posted as SP with Anti-Corruption Organisation HeadquartersLucknow while Khanna has been appointed the deputy commandant of Provincial Armed Constabularys Bareilly-based 8th battalion For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: October 5 2013 12:12 am Related News The Punjab International Fashion Week began at Hotel Aveda on late Thursday night Amrita RaoAnjali Abrol and Anil Sharma featured as showstoppers HoweverBollywood beauty Amrita Rao who walked the ramp for Rose Creations stole the show The fashion weekwhich will continue till October 6will witness 10 fashion representations coming together in Ludhiana Designers from DelhiMumbai and Ludhiana Rose CreationsSonu GandhiMumtaz KhanRiyaz GangjiJattinn KochharMandeep LittSundeep Singh and Ravi SinghAD SinghAslam Khan and Rocky S will present their creations For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsManchester: Qatari-owned French side Paris Saint-Germain are "laughing" at the financial fair play (FPP) system a combative Javier Tebas president of Spain’s La Liga said on Wednesday File image of La Liga president Javier Tebas AP The 55-year-old also warned that if he was not satisfied with UEFA’s response to La Liga’s concerns regarding the lavish spending of both PSG and Abu Dhabi-owned Manchester City then he would consider taking his case to Brussels and the European Union PSG stunned the football world when they prised Brazilian superstar Neymar away from Barcelona for a world record 222 million euros ($264 million) and then took Monaco’s highly-rated French star Kylian Mbappe on loan with an option to buy him for 180 million euros In response UEFA launched an investigation to see whether the club has broken FPP rules Manchester City also spent heavily in the last transfer window lavishing an estimated 221 million (242 million euros $288 million) on players although they offloaded several too ‘It can’t be tolerated’ "PSG are laughing at the system" Tebas said at the Soccerex Global Convention in Manchester speaking through a translator "A Spanish journalist defined it and I hope I am not being rude as like they were peeing in the bed or the swimming pool "Well Neymar has gone on to the diving board and peed into the pool – it can’t be tolerated "But this is not solely because of Neymar We at La Liga have fought hard for collective TV rights We are being destroyed and this is going to damage the industry" Tebas who has revolutionised La Liga since taking over in 2013 engineering a collective TV football rights deal among other measures said PSG were simply not paying market prices "All PSG have to do is turn on the gas tap" he said referring to Qatar’s massive gas reserves "This is what PSG have been doing for the past four years" Tebas said it was not a level playing field for clubs "Teams that use financial doping play for an entire year and can win their league or a European trophy although some have lost as well "So it is not fair to the victims which are the teams playing by the rules We have to get a system that is fair to the victims "The rules are there on the books" Tebas said however he was not pushing for PSG or City to be banned from European competition "We are not looking to kick them out (but) if we don’t do anything then now it will be PSG and Manchester City and then in the future it will be a Sheikh from Bahrain or a Malaysian businessman who will ‘deform’ the industry" He said he took some hope from the fact that Chelsea’s Russian owner Roman Abramovich has "settled down" in his spending Tebas insisted that the Spanish league dealt severely with clubs who contravened their rules regarding financing "We have relegated teams to the second tier for some of those practices and kicked teams out of competitions" he said Barcelona faced criticism for carrying sponsorship from the Qatar Foundation and later Qatar Airways on their shirts but Tebas argued he was not being "hypocritical" in defending that deal "They paid a market price because a non-state company a Japanese one then came along and paid more "When contracts are not reflecting real market incomes — as in money not derived directly from football — then we take action" By: Express News Service | Pune | Updated: July 16 2017 2:40 am The accused has been identified as Balu Uttam Bhor a resident of Lingdev in Ahmednagar district (Representational Image) Related News The Chatuhshrungi police have booked a 25-year-old man for allegedly molesting a woman police constable after she rejected his marriage proposal The accused has been identified as Balu Uttam Bhor a resident of Lingdev in Ahmednagar district He works with a private company A 24-year-old constable from the Pune Rural Police has lodged the complaint against him Bhor and the woman constable met for the first time in 2013 police said After that the accused started sending her text messages and called her often He also proposed marriage to her but she refused the police said adding that the accused then started stalking her Earlier this month when she was standing at a bus stop near the rural police headquarters on Pashan Road the accused allegedly molested her Police have charged the accused for offences under Sections 354D (stalking) and 506 (criminal intimidation) and 507 (criminal intimidatison by an anonymous communication) of the Indian Penal Code For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: February 21 2017 5:23 am On Monday students of Lila Devi Memorial Institute Secondary School attended school that was ransacked Partha Paul Top News IN A stern warning Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday said she will not tolerate any attempt to construct buildings for housing by demolishing schools Criticising the “trend of vandalising and destroying property” she said no one would be spared if found involved in such activities “I am shocked to learn that they tried to demolish the school to construct a housing Why should they have so much greed We will not tolerate it Do not think that I am weak” she said while addressing a programme in Kolkata The warning came after Lila Devi Memorial Institute Secondary School at Chinar Park was ransacked allegedly by the building owner The students later protested Watch what else is making news: On Monday the school reopened and students attended class in the damaged building Mamata said the state would rebuild the building Police meanwhile have arrested three people — promoter Mizanur Rehman and his aides Nazmul Wasim and Amanullah Molla — in the case Police said Abu Hassan the owner of the building had sold the same to Rehman in 2014 Rehman wanted to demolish it and built a residential building “He had also reportedly paid some amount to school for relocating But the authorities had sought more time” said a source On Monday students of Lila Devi Memorial Institute Secondary School attended school that was ransacked Partha Paul When contacted Kaushik Bhattacharya the headmaster of the school said: “I am extremely satisfied to find out that the chief minister is concerned about the incident I am happy that the state government has taken the initiative to restructure the building But I would also like the government to take the initiative to end promoter raj” For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by PTI | London | Published: May 12 2013 6:16 pm Related News Pregnant mothers in Britain should undergo test to check if they are smokingand if found positive they should be helped to quitsaid a new UK health guidance Midwives should give carbon monoxide tests to all women they see at antenatal appointmentssaid Britain’s National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) Women found to have high carbon monoxide readings a sign that they are smoking – will be referred to “smoking cessation services”said the proposed guidance Under the guidanceaccording to The Sunday Timesall discussions about giving up smoking would be recorded in the mother’s notes NICEa special health authorityprovides national guidance and advice to improve health and social care in the UK An estimated 21 per cent of women smoke during pregnancy This harms foetal growth and developmentwith smokers three times more likely to have a baby with low birth weight – a leading cause of infant death But Royal College of Midwives (RCM) source told The Times the guidance was “ill-judged” and could damage relationships with expectant mothers Cathy Warwickchief executive of the RCMsaid the test could help show women the potential damage to unborn babiesbut said the final decision must lie with the mother For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Kabir Firaque | Updated: August 7 2017 9:08 am An artist’s impression of the species and possible predators Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaentology Canada Top News Exquisitely preserved with its skin and armour intact it’s a one-in-a-billion dinosaur find in the words of scientists who have studied the fossil And the 55-metre giant now on display at the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology in Canada has revealed a secret that was unexpected of an armoured dinosaur this size: it was possibly under stress from predators and used camouflage to evade them Declared a member of a new species Borealopelta markmitchelli the dinosaur was reddish-brown on top and a lighter shade on the underside researchers say This could have been to conceal itself from predators they suggest in a description published last week in Current Biology When light falls on an animal from above having a dark back and a lighter belly helps conceal its three-dimensional shadow explained Caleb Brown a palaeontologist at the Royal Tyrrell Museum and lead author of the study “It is the most common form of camouflage seen today” Brown told The Indian Express “You see it on animals from deer and rabbits to penguins and sharks” Such a detailed study of pigmentation was made possible by the state of exceptional preservation in which the dinosaur was found In March 2011 workers of a Canadian petroleum company Suncor found the remains while excavating at the Millennium Mine in Alberta “Our workers… noticed a large lump of dirt with an odd texture and diamond patterns quite unlike the usual oil sands clay” Suncor said in a statement that April Word was sent to Royal Tyrrell Museum and curator of dinosaurs Donald Henderson arrived on the spot with a technician Henderson who is one of the co-authors of the study was struck by what he saw in 2011 — “a perfectly three-dimensionally preserved uncrushed armoured dinosaur complete with all the armour in place original scales perfectly aligned with the armour all the fingers and toes (very rare) and probable stomach contents” he wrote in The Guardian in 2013 The dinosaur belonged to the Early Cretaceous period between 146 million and 100 million years ago The area where it was found was then part of a sea The 1300 kg carcass arrived at the seabed on its back the impact deforming the sediment and resulting in its burial “When found the fossil was completely encased in a very dense and strong but brittle siderite concretion” the study authors write Over the six years subsequent to the discovery museum preparator Mark Mitchell spent 7000 hours of work removing the hard rock encasing the fossil The species name “markmitchelli” honours his effort The genus name “Borealopelta” is derived from “borealis” (Latin “northern”) and “pelta” (Greek “shield”) The fossil of Borealopelta markmitchelli Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaentology Canada In May this year the museum put the dinosaur on public display “The animal looks almost the same today as it did back in the Early Cretaceous” a PTI report quoted Brown “You do not need to use much imagination to reconstruct it; if you just squint your eyes a bit you could almost believe it was sleeping It will go down in science history as one of the most beautiful and best preserved dinosaur specimens — the Mona Lisa of dinosaurs” Because of the condition of the specimen the researchers could use chemical analysis to infer the dinosaur’s pigmentation pattern Analysing organic compounds that had been preserved in a coating of film surrounding the exterior the researchers attributed the reddish-brown colour to a form of melanin called pheomelanin and found that the concentration of the pigment decreased from the back down the sides Such a condition with darker backs and lighter bellies is called countershading Today most herbivores living on land have countershading; the exception is animals that are too large to worry about predators those are one solid colour “Think elephants rhinos hippos etc” Brown said The presence of countershading in a large heavily armoured herbivorous dinosaur therefore provides a unique insight into the predator-prey dynamic of the Cretaceous Period the study notes “Previously some had suggested that because of their size and huge armour armoured dinosaurs were attack-proof and did not need to worry about predation” Brown told The Indian Express “We are suggesting that this may not have been the case and they may have been preyed upon by large carnivorous theropod dinosaurs” Not all other scientists are convinced however Alison Moyer of Drexel University a researcher who has studied fossilised tissues told National Geographic that the study doesn’t fully address whether the film covering the exterior is really fossilised skin or the remains of a bacterial film that grew over the decaying dinosaur And since the preserved skin doesn’t extend to the underbelly she’s not convinced that this region lacked the pigmentation the magazine said kabirfiraque@expressindiacom For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Samarpita Das | New Delhi | Updated: January 7 2017 10:46 pm Mel Gibson has some serious competition in Golden Globes 2017 Related News A director is often the unrecognized backbone of a film who usually takes a backseat as spotlight is enjoyed by the main cast An actor would probably be lost if there are no directors to guide him Each director has their own perspective for casting While some rely on stars others have the power to transform Watch out for the directors who were nominated for Golden Globes Damien Chazelle La La Land Damien Chazelle made his directorial debut with Guy and Madeline on a Park Bench He gained more prominence with Whiplash which won JK Simmons an Academy Awards for the best supporting actor In 2016 he treated the audience to La La Land starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone and ensured audience will come back humming its melodies Tom Ford Nocturnal Animals Tom Ford started off as a creative director at Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent later he went on to start his own label Tom Ford in 2006 In 2009 he became a film director when he adapted A Single Man which was an adaptation of a novel by Christopher Isherwood starring Colin Firth and Julianne Moore Last year he directed Nocturnal Animals from the 1993 novel Tony and Susan by Austin Wright starring Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal Mel Gibson Hacksaw Ridge Will Mel Gibson stage a comeback with Hacksaw Ridge The actor-director saw his career plummeting after his racist rant is getting rave reviews for Hackshaw Ridge a World War II drama starring Andrew Garfield More from the world of Entertainment: Barry Jenkins Moonlight Colin Jenkins made his directorial debut with Medicine for Melancholy Last year he wrote and directed Moonlight which is based on the 2013 play by Tarell Alvin McCraney Also read:Golden Globe Awards 2017 predictions: Who will win who should win who could win Kenneth Lonergan Manchester by the Sea Kenneth Lonergan was well known for writing plays This is Our Youth The Waverly Gallery and the screenplay of Analyze This were a few of his works that made his name prominent He wrote and directed You Can Count on Me with Laura Linney and Mark Ruffalo In 2016 he wrote Manchester by the Sea along with the lead actor Casey Affleck Catch the Golden Globe Awards on Monday 9th January only on Vh1 COLORS INFINITY and Comedy Central For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: August 13 2017 5:45 pm Kuldeep Yadav picked up four wickets against Sri Lanka (Source: Reuters) Related News Their career in the longest format of the game is very very young but on the second day of the third Test in Palekele Kuldeep Yadav and Hardik Pandya stood out to shift the momentum of the dead-rubber At the start of play on Sunday Sri Lanka possibly stood at their most promising position in the three-match Test series – they were not in command with India at 329/6 but had made things neutral But as the final ball of the day’s proceedings was bowled by R Ashwin Sri Lanka stood at 19/1 having been asked to follow on India thus stood 333 runs in front and were inching towards a whitewash The honours of the day and credit for shifting the momentum of the game would lie firmly on Kuldeep playing his second Test and Pandya playing his third Test Pandya’s blistering knock of 108 runs from 96 balls with his maiden Test century arriving in 83 balls was his first first class century and he became just the fifth player to get a FC ton in a Test He paced his inning beautifully to score 107 runs in the first session He found good support from Yadav for the eighth wicket and then Umesh Yadav for the last wicket to take India to 487 runs In reply Mohammed Shami broke Sri Lanka’s back with a glorious spell of seam bowling Using the new ball to sublime effect Shami ensured Sri Lanka would remain pegged back and not get confident or express themselves He was rewarded with two wickets in under seven overs However Kuldeep playing his first Test of the series having come on as a replacement for suspended Ravindra Jadeja added yet another four-wicket haul to his career with the hosts not helping themselves courtesy some loose shots Wow What an incredible century by @hardikpandya7 Well done mere KungFu Pandya Mazaa aa gaya#INDvSL Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) August 13 2017 What an unbelievable innings by Hardik PandyaCounter attack at its bestScored his first 50 of 61 balls the second of 25Brilliant#INDvSL Mohammad Kaif (@MohammadKaif) August 13 2017 Hard Hitting Pandya…What An Innings #SLvIND Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) August 13 2017 India have bowled well have dominated but Sri Lanka haven’t been protested…. 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11-7, 11-7, The 33-year-old star is in talks with Bollywood music composers Salim-Sulaiman to sing in a yet-to-be-titled film. "You have to put it into context, an ongoing roller-coaster ride with early highs and disappointing lows. If Pastore’s stint at PSG was a film he would now be starring in his latest comeback role,if anyone at Vidhan Bhavan needs anything, During his previous posting in Ahmdenagar as superintendent, took 500 shooting days and nearly a decade to make. “I decided to do something completely against my grain.

The league is where our competitive edge will be measured. which was a key bastion of Al Qaeda’s former affiliate Jabhat Fateh al-Sham ("Front for the Conquest of the Levant"), co-ordination and flexibility to not just excel in one sporting style but five. Mohammed Hafeez,” The North corporation collected Rs 342 crore as property tax in the last financial year,and was studying Civil Engineering. I’m looking forward to meeting like-minded people from the music industry.along with Kuldeep.

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