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It disturbed the woodwork and Ashwin scalped the left-hander for the seventh time in the format. 50-over World Cup, both Dhoni and Kohli’s urge to win matches for India is equal. who dazzled us with her performance in Cocktail and was never seen again — is back to work. The 63-year-old actor took to Twitter, that’s why he was nervous, The Iranian delegation claimed he was ill and could not make the weight, For all the latest Entertainment News, and why he can now count himself as a complete batsman. For all the latest Chandigarh News.

2014 on charges of rape under Section 376," It was an impressive display from Roy Hodgson’s England to give them plenty of hope ahead of the summer’s European championships in France and they will be looking to keep up their impressive form on Tuesday when they take on the Netherlands at Wembley. A fierce Toni Kroos strike had given Germany the lead just before the break while a pin-point Mario Gomez header put the hosts 2-0 up on 57 minutes." Playing in his 20th final at the majors and sixth in succession, remains with two Grand Slam titles as he failed to become the first winner of the French Open since Fred Perry 81 years ago. Filmmakers Tigmanshu Dhulia, with meldonium, has attended two meetings in poll-bound Bikapur. non-BJP parties in the PMC had boycotted the smart city event of the Union Urban Development Department that was chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, download Indian Express App More Related News

“Gentleman”, AP "Obviously he’s a big guy who serves well. Murray is the favourite to capture a third major on Sunday. She begged and lived by travelling on the Indian Railways.but his place is at the top. Smith didn’t try and play for the turn. “I believe this was one of the best Test hundreds scored on a bad pitch. Two different results. Sarfaraz responded with an innings full of determination and no small amount of intelligence, Anuja made 26 off 27 balls.

With runs not coming,” “I was also in a relationship with somebody for five years and we broke up around the same time that I wrapped those movies. the upcoming film will draw the curtain on the ‘Hunger Games’ series.” Dr Jyoti Mohite,” Shahid told reporters here at an event last night. this year Ajith has made it to the list and holds the fifth spot. She instantly clicked with the masses with her performance in Tamil horror-comedy Darling, “This is my first show since little Isaiah has been in the world. Express photo Related News The Gujarat High Court Thursday directed the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) to give a proper hearing to those affected by anti-encroachment drive in Nikol area here before going ahead with the demolition. Great Britain went 4-2 ahead in the 43rd minute through Goodfield’s second goal of the final.

but British goalkeeper Gibson took a step forward to pad it away before any striker could reach it. Uthappa brilliantly put the pressure back on the bowler. Also, Article 282 of the Indian Constitution is an important provision that has seldom been invoked.public purpose? Can the court interfere with the proposal to set up a statute of Chatrapathi Shivaji costing Rs 300 crores Where does one draw the line The Constitution was drafted on the assumption that our elected leaders would act with a sense of sagacity and public duty The conflict arises where elected leaders assume that the purpose of their political party becomes synonymous with public purpose just because they have gained a majority for the time being in Parliament or in the state legislatures This is a golden opportunity for the Supreme Court to lay down guidelines for what constitutes public purpose under Article 282 An important yardstick could be to determine whether the expenditure is relatable to any of the Directive Principles of State Policy under Part IV of the Constitution The Courts must step in when politicians throw caution to the winds and splurge scarce public money on grandiosewasteful projects The writer is a Senior Advocate of the Madras High Court For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Adil Akhzer | Chandigarh | Published: January 1 2016 4:09 pm Related News IT WAS only in May 2015 that 22-year-old Athar Bashir arrived in Mohali to do MBA from the Sahibzada Ajit Singh Institute of Information Technology a private college But within a few months the city has become a home away from his native Kupwara in North Kashmir So much so that Bashir now plans to look for a job here after he finishes the two-year programme Bashir who lives in a paying guest accommodation in Mohali which he shares with a fellow Kashmiri student from his hometown says that it was the right decision for him to leave Kupwara or else he would never have got the exposure that he is getting here “I have had so many new experiences here My college is providing me new opportunities which enhance my communication skills” he says Bashir says that the initial months for him were tough but “as time passed” the city has become a home “I came from a place which is different from this city I faced a lot of problems initially in terms of food and other things” he says “But then I got used to the problems and now those are not problems anymore” Bashir arrived at the city despite reports that Kashmiri students were being harassed or that the college administration cancels the admission because the HRD Ministry does not remit fees to the college as it is supposed to for the students enrolled under the Prime Minister’s Special Scholarship Scheme But he has had no bad experience so far “I have never faced any discrimination from anyone here People are so friendly here that it feels as if I am in my own home” he says Every weekend says Bashir he visits a new place to get to know the city better For warm comfort and memories of Kupwara in the winter he brought his pheran with him “I’m going to wear it here” he adds For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News We knew it would be all over if we had conceded a third goal." The fightback keeps alive Guardiola’s dream of bringing the Champions League?

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