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He leads Hamilton by 14 points with nine races remaining this year.30 crore,making a total of Rs1809 crore Director Vikram Bhatt has chosen deep dark forests and other exotic locales in Romania as the setting of this horror film Bollywood trade analyst Taran Adarsh shared Raaz Reboot’s latest box office numbers on Twitter and wrote “#RaazReboot doesn’t witness growth on Sun… Single screens better… Fri 630 cr Sat 549 cr Sun 630 cr Total: 1809 cr India biz” In a recent interview director Vikram whose past few films Creature 3D Mr X and Love Games bombed at the box office said that the society is failure phobic “I feel it’s okay if your past few films didn’t work Sometimes ideas work and sometimes they don’t I think we are just a failure phobic society We do everything to make sure we don’t fail but the only way to not fail is not to make a movie” said Vikram “I have always tried to do something different I am trying to give something new to the audience all the time They might like it or not like it but you can’t doubt my intentions” he added CheckRaaz Reboot’s latest box office collection here #RaazReboot doesn’t witness growth on Sun… Single screens better… Fri 630 cr Sat 549 cr Sun 630 cr Total: 1809 cr India biz — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) September 19 2016 More from the world of Entertainment: Also read |Raaz Reboot box office collection day 2: Emraan Hashmi film earns Rs 1179 cr While Amitabh Bachchan and Taapsee Pannu starrer Pink is receiving rave reviews from the audience and has picked up well in its collections it will certainly be affecting Raaz Reboot’s collection For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: February 13 2016 8:37 pm Arjun Kanungo known for popular track “Baaki baatein peene baad” says going back to his college after garnering fame was special for him Related News Singer and music composer Arjun Kanungo known for popular track “Baaki baatein peene baad” says going back to his college after garnering fame was special for him Kanungo an alumnus of RD National College in Bandra West here performed in his college on February 11 as part of the ninth edition of Cutting Chai festival But the interesting part is that Kanungo had formed Cutting Chai during his college days And going back to his Alma Mater and performing there was a happy moment for him “My most memorable moments in life are from the National College days and after so many years going back to perform there was a great feeling It was like homecoming That too when it’s for Cutting Chai it makes it even more special “It is amazing to see how it has become one of the popular college fests today in Mumbai It has come a long away from where we started this” Arjun said in a statement The festival is known for its long list of celebrity judges — from AR Rahman Kareena Kapoor Khan Varun Dhawan Shabana Azmi and Nawazuddin Siddiqui among others For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express AppJohannesburg: South Africa routed Sri Lanka by seven wickets to take the third one-day international at the Wanderers on Saturday in a match held up for an hour after bees swarmed onto the famous arena The hosts also took a winning 3-0 lead in the five-match series after bowling out Sri Lanka for 163 before South Africa captain AB de Villiers starred with an undefeated 60 South Africa routed Sri Lanka by seven wickets Reuters In what has become a traditional "pink day" at the Wanderers with the South African players and most of the capacity crowd wearing pink in support of breast cancer awareness De Villiers apologised for not providing the feast of run scoring that has marked four previous such occasions "The crowd was amazing although we didn’t score 300 and hit a lot of sixes" said De Villiers "Our focus today was on winning the series and our bowlers did a fantastic job It wasn’t an easy wicket to bat on and if Sri Lanka had got a hundred runs more they could have made it difficult for us" Sri Lanka captain Upul Tharanga was left to bemoan another sub-standard batting performance with five batsmen falling to short-pitched bowling "We had a very good start but we didn’t capitalise Niroshan Dickwella batted well but didn’t have support" Despite Dickwella’s 74 Sri Lanka were bowled out in 392 overs after being sent in to bat It was the third time in as many matches they failed to bat for a full 50 overs It was never likely to be enough although pace bowlers Suranga Lakmal and newcomers Lahiru Kumara and Lahiru Madushanka made the hosts work hard in the early stages of the chase Kumara and Madushanka both picked up a wicket while Lakmal had Hashim Amla dropped by wicketkeeper Dinesh Chandimal when the opening batsman was on 12 Amla went on to make 34 before being run out by a superb throw from deep extra cover by Madushanka The left-handed Dickwella was dropped on 25 when JP Duminy running back from backward point could not hold on to a high leading edge from Kagiso Rabada’s bowling He was tested several times by some short-pitched deliveries from South Africa’s fast bowlers With Dickwella on 55 and looking settled there was a delay of an hour after a swarm of bees drove the players from the field with the total on 117 for four after 263 overs The bees were eventually cleared with the help of a local beekeeper who was watching television and rushed to the ground with his equipment and talked his way in Dickwella added another 19 runs before his 80-ball innings was ended when he gloved an attempted pull against a short delivery from Dwaine Pretorius to present wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock with his 100th dismissal in 72 one-day internationals Dickwella hit seven boundaries Sri Lanka got off to their best start of the series with Dickwella and Tharanga putting on 60 for the first wicket before Tharanga (31) top-edged a pull against Rabada one ball after Dickwella had been dropped and was caught at fine leg Seamer Pretorius playing in his first match of the series in place of Wayne Parnell took three for 19 and was named man of the match New Delhi | Published: March 26 2014 7:45 pm The petitioner told the court that every year more than 3000 people are dying in Delhi itself due to air pollution (IE) Related News The city government was today asked by the Delhi High Court to chalk out a plan for conducting a drive to check if the vehicles plying in the national capital are complying with emission norms and have valid pollution under control (PUC) certificates A bench of Acting Chief Justice B D Ahmed and Justice S Mridul passed the order while hearing a plea seeking strict implementation of the provisions for PUC certification to improve the air quality in the city “The Transport Department of Government of NCT Delhi is to chalk out a plan to ensure that all vehicles plying in Delhi carry the PUC certification Due notice will be given to public through advertisements” the bench said and sought a status report on the issue by the next date of hearing in May this year The court also made the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) a party in the case regarding providing feeder service to and fro from localities near metro stations It impleaded DMRC on the oral request of the petitioner Mahesh Kumar Gupta who said that for the last 11 years there are no feeder services connecting his area Greater Kailash-I to the nearby metro station and the residents have to use their vehicles thus increasing the vehicular emission Gupta in his plea filed through advocate Rohit Madan has said that there is no strict implementation of the PUC certification norms given under the Motor Vehicles Act and Central Motor Rules During the proceedings Madan submitted before the court that there are over 60 lakh vehicles plying on Delhi roads which are not being checked regularly for PUC certification He also said that when a defaulter is caught by the police he is challaned Rs 100 and if caught by the transport department he is challaned Rs 1000 When the court asked the city government about this difference in challans the bench was informed that the fines are provided in the Act which has been enacted by the Centre and the state cannot amend the same The Delhi government also submitted that all old vehicles in the city have PUC certificates a submission disputed Gupta For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | Published: August 18 2012 5:08 am Related News Lucknow: In view of the violence occurred in AssamBharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has announced to hold Assam bachaodesh bachao programmes across the country from August 23 to August 28 During the programmethe party will collect donations for relief to the victims of Assam riots The party will also stage dharna and demonstrations in protest of these incidents It will also organise exhibitions where effects of violence on the life of victims would also be displayed In UPparty state general secretary (organisation) has directed all the party office bearers to organise the programmes across the state Womanbaby killed as mud falls on them Amethi: A woman and her infant son were killed on Friday when a mound of mud fell on them in Pure Bharo in Parshadepur area herepolice said Shakun (22) and her son Sonu (25-day-old) died on the spot in the incident which took place in the morning while digging mud in the villagethey said For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBengaluru: Captain Virat Kohli smashed his second century of the season in a magnificent batting display to lead Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) to a thrilling seven-wicket win over Rising Pune Supergiants (RPS) in theirIndian Premier League (IPL)match in Bengaluru on Saturday Kohli struck an unbeaten 108 off just 58 balls with the help of eight fours and seven sixes in a display of batting pyrotechnics at the Chinnaswamy Stadium as Bangalore chased down the challenging target of 192 with three balls to spare to notch up their third win in eight matches Virat Kohli plays a shot during his unbeaten match-winning innings of 108 off 58 balls Sportzpics/IPL The RCB skipper entered into record books as he became the only batsman to score two tons in a single IPL season He also joined the likes of Brendon McCullum Shane Watson David Warner AB de Villiers Adam Gilchrist and Virender Sehwag to hit two IPL centuries overall The most number of IPL tons — five —though still belongs to Chris Gayle Kohli’s ton also overshadowed an amazing late assault of 13-ball 36 that included five fours and two sixes by Shane Watson which suddenly tilted the balance of the match in favour of Bangalore after it was poised evenly a couple of overs after the halfway stage Bangalore took 39 runs off two overs — 20 from 14th over bowled by Thisara Perera and 19 from the 15th bowled by Rajat Bhatia Watson smashed a hapless Perera for five fours in a scintillating show of strokemaking He then hit Bhatia for two sixes as the bowler bled 19 runs Kohli then took over as he smashed two sixes and a four off Adam Zampa in the 18th over and two sixes off RP Singh in the 19th over to steal 18 runs from each of the two overs He hit Ashok Dinda for a four to finish off the match as Bangalore reached 195 for three in 193 overs The match also witnessed Pune captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni introducing off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin only in the 17th over and he was not used after that Bangalore however made a sedate start in their run chase but soon found the boundaries with Kohli hitting two sixes off RP Singh in the fourth over to set the tempo By the end of powerplay overs Bangalore were placed at a decent 46 for no loss with both Kohli and KLRahul (38) going strong Runs keep on coming with Kohli and Rahul getting the boundaries and the home side reached 81 for no loss at the halfway mark Kohli who hit his first ton of the season against Gujarat Lions in Rajkot continued his aggressive intent as he hit Bhatia for two fours and then brought up his half century with a two in the 11th over Just as Bangalore looked like pressing the accelerator they suffered a jolt with two quick wickets in the form of Rahul and AB de Villiers in the 12 over as the home side were reduced to 97 for two Rahul fell to Zampa as he came down the track for a big drive but only to find the ball turned away and the edge was safely taken by George Bailey at deep cover Rahul hit one four and two sixes in his 35-ball 38 De Villiers disapppointed as he fell to Zampa fiveballs later for just one after facing three balls He miscued a drive and Thisara Perera took a catch just above his head just inside the boundary The match however turned on its head and in Bangalore’s favour as the home side milked 39 runs off two overs — 20 from 14th bowled by Perera and 19 from the 15th by Bhatia Watson smashed a hapless Perera for five fours in a scintilalting show of strokemaking He then hit Bhatia for two sixes as the bowler bled 19 runs That brought down the asking rate to 10 an over and immediately Watson was out LBW to Singh in the 16th over Ashwin was introduced in the 17th over and he gave away seven runs and after that he was not used as Kohli made the stadium on fire with a flurry of lusty blows to take the game away from Pune Earlier Ajinkya Rahane and Saurabh Tiwary smashed half centuries to power Pune to an imposing 191 for six after being put into bat While opener Rahane made 74 off 48 balls with the help of eight boundaries and two sixes Tiwary’s 52 came off 39 balls during which he struck nine boundaries Yazuvendra Singh Chahal was the only bowler for Bangalore to pick up the lone wicket as Usman Khawaja who was run out for 16 runs off six balls with two boundaries and a six Pune had a poor start as Khawaja lost his wicket when the score was 26 on the board in 22 overs The dismissal however brought together Rahane and Tiwary who played sensibly and took the bowling apart when required as they hit some exquisite shots to put together 106 runs for the second wicket As usual Rahane played a composed innings while Tiwary showed his attacking intent from the word go as he hit Parveez Rasool and Shane Watson for boundaries Rahane came out with a plan and accumulated runs in singles and twos and getting an odd boundaries here and there He and Tiwary brought up their century stand in the 13th over Early in his innings though Rahane had a narrow escape when on four as he almost gave a catch to the diving Stuart Binny who reached to grab the ball which caressed his fingers Thereafter it was Tiwary and Rahane show until the former lost his wicket to Chahal when he was caught behind the stumps by KL Rahul After breaking the century partnership of Tiwary and Rahane RCB bounced back into the game by taking four wickets for 42 runs considerably restricting Pune’s run flow Watson was the main architect to bring RCB back by taking three wickets — that of captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni (9) Rahane and George Bailey (0) Thisara Perera (14) was caught by Watson off Chris Jordan who celebrated his first wicket for RCB Rajat Bhatia (9 not out) and R Ashwin (10 not out) collected 16 runs off the last over bowled of Jordan Ashwin tonked two huge sixes By: PTI | New Delhi | Published: February 20 2017 10:54 am Image for representational purpose Top News A 25-year-old woman working at a private hospital in Delhi Sunday allegedly attempted to commit suicide by jumping before a Metro train Officials said the incident was reported from the Guru Dronacharya station at about 7:30 am when the woman identified as F Nishat allegedly jumped on the track even as the train bound for Samaypur Badli was moving in The lady an employee of a private hospital suffered a fracture on her right hand and was immediately rushed to a nearby hospital The police is trying to ascertain the reasons for her attempting the alleged suicide bid they said Metro services were disrupted for about ten minutes they added For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: June 21 2017 5:12 am Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi conveyed his greetings to the people of the state saying: “Yoga is not only a physical exercise it also develops the mind and soul of human beings It disciplines the body and helps in achieving concentration” Related News The state government on Tuesday denied a BJP-backed Government Employees’ Association permission to hold a yoga session on Swasthya Bhawan grounds on Wednesday — International Yoga Day The ‘Sarkari Karmachari Parishad’ which is affiliated to BJP had sought permission from the state health department to allow it to use Swasthya Bhawan’s grounds in Salt Lake On Tuesday the department informed the association’s convener Debasish Seal that the ground would not be available “In inviting a reference to his letter no SKP/HEALTH/04/2017 dated 29052017 the undersigned is directed to inform with regret that the Garden Area of Swasthya Bhawan will not be available on June 21 2017 as the garden area of Swasthya Bhawan is not provided for such occasion” read the letter Speaking to The Indian Express Debasish Seal said it was a conspiracy by the government to disrupt their proposed activity “We had sent a letter seeking permission to hold a yoga session on the ground for half an hour on May 29 If the ground was indeed not available then why did the government take so much time to inform us They are denying us permission at the eleventh hour Moreover the government has also sent a copy of that letter to Electronics Complex Police Station in Salt Lake to take action if we dishonour its decision We strongly condemn this” Seal said Members of Sarkari Karmachari Parishad now plan to stage a protest at Swasthya Bhawan on Wednesday BJP national secretary Rahul Sinha said the state government was pursuing vendetta politics “When the entire world is celebrating International Yoga Day the Mamata Banerjee government is preventing people from celebrating it It is because the state government is seeing ghosts of BJP in everything It is maintaining a vindictive attitude towards us by not allowing government employees to perform yoga” Sinha said Meanwhile Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi conveyed his greetings to the people of the state saying: “Yoga is not only a physical exercise it also develops the mind and soul of human beings It disciplines the body and helps in achieving concentration” For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsRashtriya Janata Dal leader Ram Kripal Yadav who is set to join the Bharatiya Janata Party after decades of loyalty to the RJD’s Lalu Prasad has said he is quitting the party due to the humiliating treatment meted out to him not over a party ticket for the Lok Sabha elections Kripal a sitting MP was eyeing the Patliputra constituency that is now set to see Lalu’s daughter Misa Bharati making her political debut RJD leader Ram Kripal Yadav resigned from all posts of the party This however is not the reason for the Rajya Sabha member quitting the party the senior leader has said According to reports Kripal 56 has been upset at Lalu’s son Tej Pratap more or less ousting his control over party affairs replacing his aides with family loyalists "Ram Kripal initially ignored the brashness because of Tej Pratap’s age but then Tej Pratap started interfering in his work” a party was quoted as saying in The Indian Express That could well be true For in 2009 then sitting MP Kripal offered his seat to Lalu A profile of the leader in The Indian Expressdescribes the man who calls himself Misa’s uncle as one of those who remained in Lalu’s close circle even during his rough patches "including when many had written Lalu off after the assembly election rout and the crossover of 19 RJD leaders to the Nitish Kumar camp" In fact Kripal has been a close associate of the former Union minister for almost 30 years having met him in the 1980s Kripal became a member of the Bihar Legislative Council in 1992 won a by-election to the Lok Sabha in 1993 and then again won the seat in 1997 and 2004 Even when a number of colleagues deserted Lalu after his desertion some becoming ministers in the Nitish Kumar government in Bihar Kripal chose to stay loyal According to a report in The Telegraph Kripal was the owner of a fair price shop who grew in the ranks slowly going from a ward-level leader in and later the deputy mayor of Patna Very accessible and known to be a "bridge between party workers and Lalu" Kripal is also an established party organiser gathering numbers for Lalu rallies and liaising with leaders of other parties Now the latest backward class leader to join the BJP Kripal’s entry into the party is expected to give a further boost to the party in Bihar which has 40 Lok Sabha seats Written by Ashok Malik | Updated: February 24 2015 9:34 am The Rajgir Convention Centre where Nalanda University are being held (Source: Express photo) Related News In the heat of the moment it is easy to lose perspective Let us step back and consider what the Nalanda University project is all about Nalanda University and the South Asian University (SAU) were conceived by the UPA government as world-class institutions that while being located in India would be outside the purview of the University Grants Commission and government regulations This special dispensation was meant to allow these universities to draw on government of India funding but recruit international faculty and students and develop curricula in line with international best practices They were to be treated as international organisations (like the World Bank and UN agencies) exempt from taxation and eligible for diplomatic immunities and privileges In 2007 a Nalanda Mentor Group (NMG) was set up with Amartya Sen as chair It was tasked with guiding the process of setting up the university Seven years and many meetings later Nalanda University opened its doors in Rajgir Bihar with a handful of faculty and students Sen has been vocal in blaming the government for this delay and this disappointing state but closer scrutiny reveals a much more complex landscape Indeed it shows the NMG in less than favourable light Share This Article Related Article Controversy has dogged this project from its inception The first visitor of the university former President APJ Abdul Kalam dissociated himself from the project in 2011 In 2013-14 the ministry of finance then under P Chidambaram objected to the manner in which the special dispensation was being operated The Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) too has been critical The ministry of external affairs (MEA) has had its misgivings As foreign minister SM Krishna recorded his objection to the opaque manner in which Sen selected the vice chancellor and asked for a fresh approach The relevant file noting is available Krishna was overruled by the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) under Manmohan Singh To be fair innovating within government is difficult Creating an “offshore” university like Nalanda requires not just an ability to innovate but also the dexterity to navigate the framework of parliamentary accountability and government rules and procedures in creating new precedents While this was not entirely the responsibility of the NMG and the chancellor the choice of vice chancellor proved to be remarkably inauspicious As a government official told this writer in the winter of 2013 “A mid-level academic at one of the affiliated colleges of Delhi University with no known experience in institution-building was selected to steer this flagship project apparently over more respected names We don’t know why” How was the vice chancellor selected There is no available history of advertisements global searches and candidate interviews with wide-ranging panels All that the government has is a letter from Amartya Sen to the MEA It says he has “considered” three names — Gopa Sabharwal Pratap Bhanu Mehta and Ramachandra Guha — and selected Sabharwal It does not say who else was on the longlist or shortlist It does not invite comments and consultation on a reappraisal or expansion of the list of names on offer This was the arbitrariness that both Kalam and Krishna objected to The manner of selection of the vice chancellor drew negative comments from the CAG as well Further it was questioned in Parliament The CAG also objected to the propriety and procedure of fixing the salary of the vice chancellor This was done by the NMG by then re-designated as the interim governing board The annual salary was fixed at $80000 (tax-free) How was this figure arrived at The NMG/ governing board simply borrowed the sum from the salary payable to the vice chancellor of the SAU Government agencies such as the finance ministry were not consulted Yet as was pointed out the SAU has a different charter It is funded by the Saarc a multilateral organisation The SAU vice chancellor’s salary is benchmarked against the salary of the secretary general of Saarc (based in Kathmandu) In contrast while Nalanda University has received small grants from countries that are participants in the East Asia Summit the bulk of its funding comes from the Indian taxpayer Over the coming five or six years it is estimated that the government will spend Rs 2700 crore on the Nalanda University project Surely this necessitates some accountability and at least as much transparency as is expected from the government This was exactly the issue the CAG raised In 2010 the Nalanda University Act was passed by Parliament It allowed the NMG to function as the interim governing board for one year till a proper governing board was set up by the government This was never done In 2011 and 2012 the NMG was given one-year extensions to function as the interim governing board In 2013 it was given an indefinite extension The governing board is meant to comprise 14 members Nine of these represent the governments of India (including the MEA and the HRD ministry) and of Bihar In the winter of 2013-14 Sen mooted a proposal to amend the Nalanda University Act and raise the strength of the governing board to 18 The four new members all non-government would be nominated by members of the existing governing board For example the vice chancellor would nominate a representative of the faculty as member of the governing board In effect the NMG/ governing board would become a self-perpetuating body with members choosing their successors This cosy club would have authority to spend Rs 2700 crore of taxpayer money over a half-decade The amendment was formally recommended by Montek Singh Ahluwalia in his capacity as the then chair of the National Monitoring Committee for Nalanda University The PMO under Manmohan Singh initially supported the proposed amendment After ferocious objections from the MEA and the finance ministry and fearful of another scandal the idea was dropped Quite unconscionably even the BJP-led government has not constituted a formal governing board for Nalanda University It has allowed the NMG/ interim arrangement to continue All that is happening is Sen’s term as chancellor is expiring in July 2015 As such he will stop being a member of the interim governing board Earlier this year the government told the interim governing board that it would not be giving the current chancellor (Sen) a fresh term It asked the interim governing board to recommend three names for chancellorship Sen has described this as an infringement of academic independence Importantly Sen has not come up with any other example of such infringement He has not accused the MEA or the government of intervening on any issue of recruitment of academics or development of curricula The efforts of the ministry to reconcile the university’s autonomy with the MEA’s accountability to Parliament were not helped by the NMG insisting that autonomy meant complete freedom to set its own rules on how taxpayer money was to be spent Questions posed by the MEA were repeatedly fobbed off by citing “academic autonomy” In 2013 the MEA reviewed the project and concluded management capacity was a major constraint in meeting deadlines No registrar was appointed for three years A thin crew of a vice chancellor and a dean of academic affairs (on secondment from Delhi University) with limited experience a finance officer (with no relevant experience of project finance) and two consultants could not be entrusted with institution-building of this magnitude The MEA then proposed sending a senior civil servant with a relevant professional background to handle non-academic work relating to the project for a two- or three-year period The NMG protested labelling this government interference and bureaucratisation Manmohan Singh’s PMO backed the NMG The revival of a university in Nalanda is a noble and eminently desirable mission However the past seven years have seen only limited progress and a hijacking of the project by a small clique Sen as chancellor cannot escape responsibility here Of course the end of his term as chancellor need not end his association with Nalanda University He is free to lecture there Even beyond July 2015 the university could benefit from his scholarship For his part he must decide if he wants to be remembered as a great teacher — or an indifferent administrator The writer is a Delhi-based senior journalist For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSunday the collections were Rs 6.” Raghu tweeted.5 times the rate of construction per sqm.
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