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For all the latest Entertainment News, so that will be around too! and tournament officials went strictly by the rankings released Monday to determine the seedings list this year on both the men’s and women’s side. Mitchell Starc or Peter Siddle could be possible replacements. "There is a major risk to the founding ideal of the party of swaraj,it if it failed to adhere to its founding principles. According to Palestinian reports, “#Dangal is expected to do huge this weekend in #China. Will close-in with #Baahubali2 ‘s WW Gross after this weekend” Also Read:Kangana Ranaut turns a director with Teju will play an 80-yr-old woman ‘on the threshold of death’ Here are all thedeets While figures are signs enough for Dangal’s astounding success in the neighbouring country Aamir Khan’s film has also managed to create a ripple of debates and dimensions across China The way in which Dangal has managed to strike an emotional chord with people there is what makes the film a rare phenomenon Dangal deals with male patriarchy and parochial views of society China and India also share a lot of similarities in their culture That also seems to have benefited the movie For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: August 11 2017 1:49 am Karl-Heinz Rummenigge will not run for re-election (Source: AP) Top News Former West Germany forward Karl-Heinz Rummenigge will not run for re-election as head of the European Club Association (ECA) he announced on Thursday Rummenigge who is also chief executive of German champions Bayern Munich has been head of the ECA since it was founded in 2008 having been re-elected three times Rummenigge said his eight years in charge had been intense and successful but critics say changes during that time have favoured big clubs over the rest Those changes have also made football more predictable they say with the same teams reaching the decisive stages of the Champions League every year “I have always believed this office should only be held for a limited amount of time” Rummenigge said in an ECA statement “My withdrawal from office expresses my sincerity concerning this issue” Under Rummenigge’s leadership the ECA last year negotiated fundamental changes to the Champions League with European soccer body UEFA which gave more places to teams from the biggest European leagues Two years ago the ECA negotiated with FIFA a threefold increase in the amount of money paid to clubs who release players for the World Cup Under the agreement the ruling body will hand out $209 million in both 2018 and 2022 compared with $70 million in 2014 More recently the ECA has criticised FIFA’s decision to increase the size of the World Cup to 48 teams from 32 starting in 2026 Rummenigge has denied that ECA policies have been detrimental to the smaller clubs He blames any competitive imbalance on the 1995 Bosman ruling in which the European Court of Justice barred transfer fees for players out of contract “The European top clubs feel great solidarity with the medium-sized and smaller clubs while these smaller clubs have an understanding for the needs of the big clubs” Rummenigge said “I am particularly proud of this fact” FIFA president Gianni Infantino said he regretted Rummenigge’s decision He said Rummenigge “tries to find constructive solutions for football while carefully considering its stakeholders and no matter what role or function he holds always strikes the right balance in this respect” Rummenigge’s replacement will be elected in Geneva on Sept 5 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: September 14 2017 6:30 pm Cottalorda alleged that he repeatedly communicated his concerns to the federation which did not act on them (Source: File) Top News India’s first ever foreign coach for women boxers — Stephane Cottalorda — has resigned within a month of taking over complaining of delay in salary payment and lack of professionalism in the national federation The 41-year-old Frenchman who took over in August e-mailed his resignation to the Boxing Federation of India (BFI) saying that he could no longer wait for the fulfillment of promises made to him “I think I have been patient enough it’s been a week since I returned to France None of you would take the risk of crossing the earth with his family by not having any guarantee on his future None of you would agree to work without wage guarantee and/or with delays” Cottalorda wrote in a strongly-worded resignation a copy of which is with PTI Cottalorda alleged that he repeatedly communicated his concerns to the federation which did not act on them “Despite my e-mails and requests I note that I still have not received all my salary for the month of August In addition I have no accommodation or any guarantee concerning this one as well as the payment of the expenses” he added “For all these reasons which testify to a lack of professionalism and seriousness I would not return to India anymore Nevertheless I wish you good results at the Asian championships” The federation on its part said most of Cottalorda’s demands have been met and they would try and persuade him to come back Ironically his initial arrival itself was delayed by over a month owing to some procedural issues “70 per cent of his salary has already been paid his house agreement has been worked out We have met most of his demands and we will try to talk him into taking back his decision” a top BFI official told PTI “The problem lay in the delay in getting a PAN card for him which in turn delayed the payments We tried explaining to him that it was a procedural issue but he was not accustomed to such delays” the official added Besides being an experienced coach for women boxers in France which earned him a three-star rating from the International Boxing Association Cottalorda has also been a certified coach in the AIBA Pro-Boxing and the World Series of Boxing When asked if he would be open to reconsidering his decision Cottalorda said “I do not have any confidence in the system I must do what is best for my family” Cottalorda who is a member of the European Boxing Confederation’s (EUBC) Coaches Commission said the federation is yet to even reimburse the money he spent from his own pocket during his month-long stay in India He had travelled with the Indian women’s team for a training trip to Ireland last month Cottalorda had decided to head back to France at the conclusion of the trip as he was unhappy with the delay in the disbursement of his salary “I do not have any official documents concerning my social security coverage and my coverage in the event of an accident Finally despite the sending of proofs I still have not been reimbursed the various expenses that I had to do to join India “In my last mail I explained that the resolution of these problems would condition my return to India” he said “I might come to India during the youth world championships in Guwahati but with the French team” he said from Nice His resignation comes as a blow to the women’s team which is gearing up for the Asian Championships in November in Vietnam “Everybody tells me it is the Indian system But in Europe if you have a job you are paid for it If you don’t get results the contract is stopped” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: October 22 2017 4:40 pm Parthiv Patel made a comeback to the Test team after a long gap of eight years (Source: PTI) Top News Veteran Indian wicketkeeper Parthiv Patel may not be featuring in the Indian side regularly but the 32-year-old has revealed that he is working hard on his wicketkeeping skills and is ready as a standby Speaking to the Hindu Patel said “I have been working hard on my keeping of late I feel I am now keeping the wicket better than I have ever done before I am quite ready as a standby These days I have two separate sessions — for batting and keeping” Parthiv who was recently a part of the Indian squad recalled his experience of sharing the dressing room with Virat Kohli and said “It was exciting to be part of the team led by Virat Kohli And it felt nice to have done well on my comeback and contributed to the team” Parthiv who recently crossed the milestone of10000 runs in domestic cricket spoke about his experienceof leading Gujarat in the Ranji Trophy and said “I have been captaining Gujarat for 10 years now It is a challenge that I enjoy It is one match a time for me I am delighted though that we could begin our campaign on a winning note And it is great to see young left-arm spinner Siddharth Desai making a dream debut to his career” he concluded “I am happy the way I have tackled the challenges from the time I started playing Test cricket Then being dropped and suffering a couple of seasons with not even 250 as season’s aggregate was painful I would be lying if I say I was not low on confidence I began to doubt myself” Patel concluded For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | St Louis (usa) | Published: August 5 2017 10:32 pm The opening was a Ruy Lopez and the Graz variation was a surprise for Viswanathan Anand (Source: File) Top News Five-time world champion Viswanathan Anand played out his third draw on the trot signing peace with reigning world champion Magnus Carlsen of Norway in the third round of Sinquefield Cup a part of the Grand Chess Tour Although he was never in any serious danger Anand was pushed to defend an endgame With three draws from as many games Anand would need to post some victories if he intends to finish on the podium The opening was a Ruy Lopez and the Graz variation was a surprise for Anand Carlsen has seldom employed the opening set up and Anand decided not to venture into a sharp tactical tussle The Norwegian equalised easily and then in his typical ways exerted pressure in the rook and minor piece endgame Anand even lost a pawn on the 40th move but the game was always within the boundaries of a draw The peace was signed after 66 moves The other matches also resulted in draws Maxime Vachier-Lagrave of France had Russian Peter Svidler on the ropes but missed out on his chances while Wesley So of United States could not force matters with his extra pawn against compatriot Hikaru Nakamura The other American Fabiano Caruana was under some pressure against Ian Nepomniachtchi of Russia but then he decided not to press In the other game of the day Levon Aronian of Armenia and Sergey Karjakin of Russia decided to split a point a bit early As a result of this drawn melee the overnight standings remained unchanged and Carlsen Vachier-Lagrave and Caruana continued to be ahead on two points from three games Anand Wesley So Nakamura Karjakin and Aronian share the fourth spot on 15 points a half point ahead of Peter Svidler who in turn has a half point more than Nepomniachtchi With six rounds still to go in the 10-player round-robin tournament the battle is only going to heat up from the next round when the spectators can hope for decisive games once again Results (Round 3): Viswanathan Anand (Ind 15) drew with Magnus Carlsen (Nor 2); Maxime Vachier-Lagrave (Fra 2) drew with Peter Svidler (Rus 1); Fabiano Caruana (Usa 2) drew with Ian Nepomniachtchi (Rus 05); Wesley So (Usa 15) drew with Hikaru Nakamura (Usa 15); Sergey Karjakin (Rus 15) drew with Levon Aronian (Arm 15) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Debabrata Mohanty | Bhubaneswar | Published: February 13 2017 1:50 am Representational image Top News To make minor victims of sexual offences feel safe during trial the Odisha government plans to have two separate court rooms in two different locations on the court premises to keep the victim away from the accused In a letter to the Juvenile Justice Committee of the Odisha High Court Secretary of the Women and Child Development Department Vishal Dev has proposed that the victim and the accused during the trial of Prevention of Child Sexual Offences Act cases should not have the possibility to come across each other during trial “In one of the rooms the magistrate victim his/her parent advocate and advocate of the accused would be seated In other room the accused would be seated Video conferencing system has to be provided in both the rooms so that the victim will be able to see the accused through video only Being amid parents and away from the accused victim can be comfortable while deposing the statement before the magistrate” Dev wrote to the committee Though the POCSO Act was passed in 2012 it was not until October last year when the Odisha government designated separate courts for trial of the cases as mandated by the Act In October last year the state government made the courts of first additional sessions judge in each of the 30 revenue districts as designated courts for POCSO cases Officials said that in the courtroom the accused would be allowed to see and hear the victim through video conferencing system to defend his case A room adjacent to the room where the children’s court is held would have child-friendly surroundings with toys children’s books magazines paintings and attractive decorations To make the children’s court more child-friendly video conferencing facility will be be provided in two designated rooms As per the Act advocate of the accused cannot put questions directly to the child during examination cross-examination or re-examination Further questions will be put before the special court first then it will communicate the same to child As per National Crime Records Bureau Odisha registered 2562 cases under POCSO Act in 2015 and was among the top 10 states However activists said thousands of cases are pending trial though the Act mandates completion of trial within one year of the court taking cognizance Child rights activist Benudhar Senapati said in 2015 a 14-year-old girl in Khurda district was repeatedly raped allegedly by an elderly man of her village and was forced to marry her rapist after she became pregnant“Though a case was lodged the trial is yet to happen There are several such cases where trials are yet to begin” he said “The separate courtroom for victims is a good idea but I doubt if it would be implemented” added Senapati For all the latest Bhubaneswar News download Indian Express App More Top NewsJerusalem: Israel on Thursdaysuspended entry permits granted during Ramadanfor 83000 Palestinians following a major terror attack at an upscale market in Tel Aviv the deadliest in the recent spate of violence that killed four Israelis and injured 16 others The decision to suspend the entry permits most of them for Palestinians to visit their family in Israel was taken overnight during a meeting of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman and Israel Defence Forces (IDF) Chief of Staff Lt Gen Gadi Eisenkot soon after the attack Permits for Gaza residents to pray at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem described by Muslims as al-Haram al-Sharif (the Noble Sanctuary) that houses the al-Aqsa mosque have also been suspended Netanyahu?
appears most at risk should Stokes be selected. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: September 5.