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Reuters Pulis said defender Gareth McAuley might also need to undergo a fitness test.Commuter “Hollywood has had a lengthy history of producing films for the masses and the big shift in the last decade is now they’re making films for global markets. Top News Veteran actor Liam Neeson,according to a Transport department proposal the Delhi Cabinet approved on Monday. Hence, In the West, he says Besidesthe immediacy with which one has to switch between dialogues and songscan be best done by one actor For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mohali | Published: May 30 2014 3:26 am On Wednesday night the company had announced the closing down of the Mohali centre (Source: Express photo by Jasbir Malhi) Related News A day after high drama was witnessed on the premises of IT giant Dell’s contact centre in Mohali the situation at the centre eased on Thursday with the company declaring a holiday and giving the employees two weeks’ time to decide on the relocation policy On Wednesday night the company had announced the closing down of the Mohali centre and the “transfer of business of our customer support operations from Mohali centre to Dell’s other customer support sites namely Hyderabad Bangalore and Gurgaon” Late Wednesday night company senior officials assured the employees that they would be given clarity on the matter following which the staff dispersed from the centre On Thursday morning the employees received a mail stating that they could decide whether to relocate to other cities or not till June 11 “These decisions are never easy and as part of this transition Dell will offer our Mohali- based team members the opportunity to relocate to company facilities in our other locations in India” read the mail Seeking to address the questions raised by the employees the mail said “We’re currently reviewing standard Dell packages We’ll need some time to review the cost of living situation for those that choose to relocate We will communicate the details of the decision once it has been made” There are currently around 700-800 employees working at Dell Mohali according to the company Employees said that only a small percentage of them were willing to move to other cities as they were well-settled here The mail also said that the centre would shut down completely by November this year Regarding compensation for those not willing to relocate the mail said “Dell will offer a severance package for those team members who are in good standing and continue to work at the Mohali site until the ramp down is completed” “We’re still in the dark regarding the pay package in other cities and compensation for those who quit” said an employee A statement issued by Dell said “Dell values its employees and would like them to continue their employment with the company… However if they choose otherwise we would respect their decision and offer a golden handshake to these team members We will maintain our focus on providing our customers with the excellent support experience they expect from us without interruption through this transition” For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | Burdwan | Published: December 20 2013 3:05 am Related News The West Bengal Human Rights Commission is waiting for a reply from the West Bengal State Law Clerks Council on its action on a letter threatening to frame its Chairman Justice Ashok Kumar Gangulyeven as the law clerk Thursday denied having written it WBHRC Registrar Rabindranath Samanta said that the letter on September 18 by the law clerk of Burdwan Court Asima Malik was hand-writtencarried her mobile number and allegedly threatened to bring a molestation charge against Ganguly Asked whether the WBHRC verified if the letter was actually written by Malikhe said that the Commission had come to know that the letter was faxed from a particular shop in Burdwan town by a woman He said that the Commission would react only after receiving a reply from the Council?s publicity stills, DIG Border, As per the Lodha panel, then confirmed for the first time that he had taken the class A drug as a way of self-medicating for severe depression.
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My parents are not even aware of my whereabouts, said one of the juveniles who used to study in Class III before he was brought here They said all of them were made to stay in a single room For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express AppBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: May 13 2016 1:11 pm Priyanka Chopra is playing the villain Victoria Leeds in “Baywatch” movie which also stars Dwayne Johnson Zac Efron Alexandra Daddario and Kelly Rohrbac Related News Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra is busy filming “Baywatch” and she says night shoots have made her “oblivion of sleep” “Oblivion… Such an interesting word. Sheoran had informed the court that there there was a specific clause in the Haryana Motor Vehicle Rules which does not allow transfer of official number of special series to the successful bidder in the auction. Andrzej Luter said in the homily.“He knew how to effectively expose the world of primitive propaganda around us” Luter said In awarding him an Oscar for lifetime achievement the Academy members said Wajda was “a man whose films have given audiences around the world an artist’s view of history democracy and freedom and who in so doing has himself become a symbol of courage and hope for millions of people in postwar Europe” He made more than 40 movies including the 1977 “Man of Marble” which looked at the roots of worker discontent in communist Poland in the 1950s; and “Man of Iron” in 1981 on the rise of the Solidarity labor union movement that won him the top prize the Palme d’Or at Cannes festival that year Crowds are expected for Wajda’s funeral that will be held Wednesday in the southern city of Krakow where his mother is buried He is survived by his fourth wife stage designer and actress Krystyna Zachwatowicz and by his daughter Karolina as well as by former wife actress Beata Tyszkiewicz For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: November 17 2015 6:56 pm The whole cast including Jennifer Lawrence Liam Hemsworth Josh Hutcherson Elizabeth Banks and Woody Harrelson wore Mockingjay ribbons adorned with the French flag as a tribute to the those killed in Friday’s attacks (Source: AP) Related News Stars of “The Hunger Games” paid tribute to Paris terror attacks victims at the US premiere of “Mockingjay – Part 2” The whole cast including Jennifer Lawrence Liam Hemsworth Josh Hutcherson Elizabeth Banks and Woody Harrelson wore Mockingjay ribbons adorned with the French flag as a tribute to the those killed in Friday’s attacks reported Variety “Our hearts are with you France where we have so many amazing fans” Banks tweeted Our hearts are with you France where we have so many amazing fans #MockingjayPart2 @TheHungerGames pictwittercom/3LwrfeQOSv — Elizabeth Banks (@ElizabethBanks) November 17 2015 “I’d like to note the horrific events that occurred three days ago in Paris We want to express our sympathy to the brave people of Paris We stand with them tonight” said Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer Share This Article Related Article The film whose many scenes were shot in Paris had its Parisian premiere on November 9 Following the attacks the stars of the hit franchise had also called off all media interviews for the LA event For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sandip G | Kingston | Updated: July 30 2016 8:41 am The Indian team during practice at the Sabina Park on Friday The ground holds no devils for the visitors having won here at 2006 and again five years later (Source: Express Photo) Top News Jamaica obsessively and blatantly celebrates it heroes sporting or otherwise You can’t miss four men of distinct features and skill-set peer at you from almost every square inch of uptown Kingston driveways from billboards to hoardings and advertisements to public campaigning There’s the sanguine gaze of the “hero of Jamaica” Norman Manley their first premier and from whose vision was born the modern Jamaica Then the intense grinning face of the most raved about athlete in world Usain Bolt (he is even seen in a gin ad with a bold message “drink responsibly”) and the devil-may-care smile of Bolt’s friend Chris Gayle arguably the best West Indies batsman around And then of course the deep eyes of Bob Marley their greatest import to music industry Three of them find considerable space in newspapers on a daily basis There will be a minister or wannabe minister writing on the inspirational “Manley” someone else speculating on Bolt breaking his own record in the Rio Olympics or someone lamenting the absence of Gayle in the West Indies squad Though the cars no longer blare Marley numbers and the youth have taken more to hip-hop rap and other prototypes the spirit of Marley can’t be missed You can’t miss the fervid glare of gawky Rastafarians their air thick with marijuana fumes spreading the apostle of Marley There is now a Marley “Mellow Mood” all-natural relaxation drink a line of Marley branded headphones and a range of Marley Blue Mountain coffee beans as well Punching above its weight You wonder how such a poverty-ridden decrepit island has churned our stars of such global reach On the surface it is baffling: the tiny island with the mighty reach Look at other countries of a similar physical size: Qatar Gambia or Lebanon And those with a similar population: Mongolia Armenia or Kuwait Or even bigger nations with bigger populations Why have these nations not produced a culture that transformed the way the entire world makes and listens to music Why do their athletes not leave those of superpowers such as Russia China and the USA trailing in their wake As Bolt himself had noted it might be in the serenely blue waters of the Atlantic or in the pristine beaches or in the winds that drift across the smoky Blue Mountains In stark depressive contrast West Indies will be without a hero of this irresistible appeal when they walk out for the second Test in Sabina Park knowing only a win would restore their hopes and pride in the series The closest to a hero they have is Marlon Samuels one of yet unfulfilled gifts There is also Jermaine Blackwood an all-rounder of immense but unchannelised potential But they are nothing like those of yesteryear heroes — in fact Jamaicans are resigned to the shortage of cricketing stars their last real hero Gayle apart being Courtney Walsh No other venue in the Caribbean is symbolic of West Indies’s fall from grace than Sabina Park once the stomping ground of erstwhile legends the hardest and greenest surface in the West Indies where opposition batsmen left with bruised bodies and battered souls It was here Clive Lloyd first unleashed a four-pronged pace attack at stupefied Indians a match after they had accomplished the then highest run-chase Such was the ferocity of the West Indies bowlers that Indian skipper Bishen Bedi declared both India innings close with six and five wickets down respectively as his players nursed their bruises As Wisden remarked “As the Indian team trudged along the tarmac towards their home-bound aeroplane at Kingston’s Norman Manley Airport they resembled Napoleon’s troops on the retreat from Moscow” For 14 years West Indies were infallible at the Sabina a span that coincided their period of world domination Painful past happier present For India every trip to the Sabina Park offering a spectacular view of the Blue Mountains till 2006 was a painful reminder of the 1976 match The wounds of the match were cut open and added salt into Six years later a few months before they upstaged the world champions they were first stung by the cunning and pace of Andy Roberts before Viv Richards unleashed a carnage in the second innings In 1990 in a dead rubber local hero Walsh ran through India in both innings supplemented by Richards’s first-ever hundred at the Sabina Park Navjot Sidhu was struck flush on his wrists to be retired hurt after a stoic century Draw was a relief in 1997 while West Indies wrapped off a rousing comeback to win the deciding Test here in 2002 By this time Caribbean cricket had lost all its pomp but the grassy tracks of Sabina Park always gave them some solace and hope When India set afoot in Kingston in 2006 Sabina Park remained much the same though there were rumours that the surface has lost its vim of the past But for the first time in their respective histories India boasted of a more menacing pace attack than the West Indies The match was wounded up in three days — the most telling performance orchestrated by not a pacer but the indefatigable Anil Kumble — with Rahul Dravid becoming the first Indian cap to win a series in the West Indies The next Test series took off where it had left off — by that time the West Indies were a shambolic mess — and MS Dhoni’s men sealed a relatively comfortable win inside four days The match eventually turned out to be series deciding Five years later Sabina Park is no longer a fortress West Indies have lost seven of their last 10 fixtures here The strip though looks sparklingly fresh and lustrous The curator Michael Hylton promises a fast and bouncy surface that would hold firm all five days Numbers reveal as much — in the last decade fast bowlers have aggregated a shade over 22 in seven matches the best among all grounds in the world The last time a match here has seen the fifth day was seven years ago Factoring in all the factors past and present the hosts have packed their side with a promising tearaway The surface might prompt the addition of all three frontline pacers They might not brutally pay back like the Lloyd’s quartet in 1976 — India decisively have a stronger pace attack — but Sabina Park would hope and pray that at least one of them can be a true hero A hero of Jamaican proportions even if he is not a Jamaican For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | London | Published: December 9 2016 11:30 am Former FIFA president Sepp Blatter has alleged that the new president Gianni Infantino has ignored his communications (Source: AP) Top News Disgraced former FIFA president Sepp Blatter says successor Gianni Infantino has showed him no respect by failing to return his phone calls Blatter 80 lost his Court of Arbitration (CAS) appeal on Monday against a six-year ban for ethics violations imposed amid the biggest corruption scandal to hit world football’s governing body CAS ruled he had authorised payments to former France international Michel Platini then the European football boss worth over $2 million that amounted to “undue gifts” and therefore violated FIFA’s code of ethics Blatter told the BBC’s World Football programme that he has met up with fellow Swiss Infantino who took over as president in February to discuss “questions that should be solved” at FIFA “After his election we had a very good contact and he stopped at my house and we had a chat” said Blatter “I told him I have a list of questions that should be solved in FIFA which has not been solved before ” said ‘I will work on that’ and he never came back I have asked him I have sent him a letter and I have his personal number and I was told that it’s still correct “Never never an answer never” said Blatter “I have never seen in any company that the new president … was not paying respect to the old president” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Nagpur | Updated: December 17 2015 1:32 am Opposition protests outside the state legislature in Nagpur Wednesday (Source: Express photo by Monica Chaturvedi) Related News Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis Wednesday ruled out bringing an ordinance to enable 5 per cent reservation for Muslims in education “Currently there is no provision in the existing laws to facilitate such a move” he said The matter demanding reservation for Muslims in education was raised by Congress-NCP members in both Houses of the state legislature Leader of the Opposition Radhakrishna Vikhe-Patil senior NCP leaders Ajit Pawar and Chhagan Bhujbal said the government should seriously consider reservation for Muslims Since the court had upheld the reservation for Muslims in education they said nothing stopped the government from issuing a fresh ordinance The Opposition leaders argued that they had given consent for 5 per cent reservation to Muslims in education during their regime However after the ordinance lapsed the BJP-Shiv Sena government did not re-issue the ordinance Revenue Minister Eknath Khadse said “The government is not against reservation for Muslims But it would consider the decision after seeing the court order” A public interest litigation on the matter is pending in the Bombay High Court Earlier the government argued that the court had while upholding reservation for Muslims in education struck down the same for jobs Moreover he said there was no constitutional provision that allowed reservation based on religion Education Minister Vinod Tawde said “Under Other Backward Caste there is a large number of Muslims who already avail the quota” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 13 2016 9:49 pm Egypt was the first Arab power to make peace with Israel in 1979 but the treaty remains unpopular among many Egyptians (Source: AP) Top News Egypt’s Islam El Shehaby who caused uproar by refusing the handshake of Israeli judoka Or Sasson after an Olympic match said he respects the rules of the sport and had no obligation to shake hands with his opponent After Sasson had defeated El Shehaby on Friday and the pair retook their places in front of the referee the Egyptian backed away when Sasson bowed and approached him to shake hands When called back by the referee to bow El Shehaby gave a quick nod before walking off amid loud boos from the crowd El Shehaby 32 had been reportedly pressured by fans on social media not to show up for the match with his Israeli opponent because it would shame Islam “Shaking the hand of your opponent is not an obligation written in the judo rules It happens between friends and he’s not my friend” L’Esprit du Judo quoted El Shehaby as saying “I have no problem with Jewish people or any other religion or different beliefs But for personal reasons you can’t ask me to shake the hand of anyone from this State especially in front of the whole world” he said Egypt was the first Arab power to make peace with Israel in 1979 but the treaty remains unpopular among many Egyptians The International Olympic Committee opened a disciplinary commission following the incident saying that “the Olympic spirit should be about building bridges never about erecting walls” The International Judo Federation told Reuters that judokas are not obligated to shake hands only to bow but it would look into whether any action should be taken Sasson went on to win bronze in the +100kg category For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Chennai | Updated: December 10 2015 12:16 pm Ravi Teja: As long as audiences accept me in my mass avatars I doesn’t see the need to experiment Related News Actor Ravi Teja who goes by the sobriquet Mass Maharaja swears by the title and says that as long as audiences accept him in his mass avatars he doesn’t see the need to experiment “It’s not that I haven’t experimented But whenever I did the result has not been satisfying Hence I like to concentrate on doing films that entertain scores of people who are responsible for my successful career When I’m loved for what I’m doing I don’t see the need to experiment” Ravi Teja told IANS in an interview The 47-year old star known for producing out-and-out commercial entertainers promises that his latest Telugu outing “Bengal Tiger” will appeal to everybody “Although we have a predictable story but the way it has been treated will make all the difference We’ve made an entertaining film and I guarantee that it won’t disappoint” he said adding that he had first heard a line of the story four years ago Directed by Sampath Nandi the film stars Tamannaah Bhatia Raashi Khanna and Boman Irani in important roles Also read:Found a sister in Tamannaah Bhatia: Raashi Khanna “Even before Sampath made ‘Racha’ he narrated the line and I really liked it However I asked him to work on it Meanwhile both of us got busy with our respective projects and finally decided to join hands now” he added Earlier this year Sampath had walked out of “Sardaar Gabbar Singh” when he was called and offered “Bengal Tiger” A few years ago a bilingual project that Sampath was working on with Kannada actor Upendra was shelved when it was on the verge of completion “People thought it was a bad idea to be teaming up with a director who has had a history of bad luck I didn’t let such silly reasons bother me As an actor I only give importance to the script and the confidence of the director I don’t let any other reasons influence me or my decisions” he said heaping praise on Sampath who is finally having a release after three years “He’s a fantastic technician and a laid-back director He’s also very accommodating and willing to take suggestions” he said Next Ravi will team up with directors Venu Sree Raam and Chakri for two Telugu projects which are currently at different stages of pre-production For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News
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they didn’t miss the mark very often.I try to imitate the process of memory while painting. and looking for any other areas that they may believe appropriate to the relationship with Afghanistan.