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Only 51 per cent people now speak the official Konkani language whereas the collective proportion of Konkani and Marathi-speaking people is two-third of the total population, Jadeja proved his worth both with bat and ball in the Ranji Trophy 2017-18 match against Jammu and Kashmir where the left-hander first smashed a double ton and then scalped a total of 7 wickes in the match.Ashwin on the other side bagged a total of 8 wickets in four innings including a four-for against Andhra Pradesh Murali Vijay missed the Sri Lanka tour after injuring his wrist during Australia’s tour of India but the right-handed opener is now back in the Virat Kohli-led Indian team Batsman KL Rahul will also join the Indian dressing room against Sri Lanka after he was dropped from New Zealand series earlier The fast bowling line up will once again get the services of Mohammed Shami and Umesh Yadav who had to make their way out from the limited overs squad for New Zealand series Squad: Virat Kohli KL Rahul Murali Vijay Shikhar Dhawan Ajinkya Rahane Cheteshwar Pujara Rohit Sharma Wriddhiman Saha R Ashwin Ravindra Jadeja Kuldeep Yadav Hardik Pandya Mohd Shami Umesh Yadav Bhuvneshwar Kumar & Ishant Sharma Board President XI for 2-day warm-up tie against Sri Lanka: Naman Ojha (c) (w/k) Sanju Samson Jiwanjot Singh B Sandeep Tanmay Agarwal Abhishek Gupta Rohan Prem Akash Bhandari Jalaj Saxena CV Milind Avesh Khan Sandeep Warrier Ravi Kiran For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by PTI | New Delhi | Updated: April 8 2014 1:04 pm Related News Narendra Modi’s “ABCD” jibe at Congress over corruption on Wednesday triggered a retort that his alphabetical primer begins with ‘F’–Fake Encounterand he was also compared to controversial English captain Douglas Jardine who used ‘body line’ bowling tactics to intimidate rival batsmen “I do not know whether they are learning the A B C D of politics or they are not learning the X Y Z of politicsbut I do know that the alphabetical primer that he follows starts with F that stands for Fake Encounter and ends with G which stands for Genocide” Tewari told reporters in Ludhiana Modiwhile addressing a massive rally in Jaipur yesterdayhad said that the country should be rid of Congress rule to make it corruption free He had devised an alphabetical primer to take a jibe at the Congress over a spate of graft cases and said “A for Adarsh GhotalaB for Bofors GhotalaC for Coal ghotalaD for Damad ka ghotala (corruption)… this is the new A B C D… which the Congress adopted to introduce a new book of alphabets for children” Countering Modi’s tauntTewari said the nation very well knows the alphabetical primer that he (Modi) follows or his government has been following Union Minister and Congress leader Jairam Ramesh also hit back comparing Modi with Jardine who used “bodyline” tactics against Australian batsmen to intimidate them “Mr Modi after Douglas Jardine…Mr Modi is a practioner of body line and you know what Bill Woodfull said when body line was taking placehe said there are two teams out there and one of them is not playing cricket “The abrasive and the abusive manner in which he (Modi) carries on a campaign…we do not want to follow in the same category but at the same time he is a political reality” Douglas Robert Jardinea right-handed batsmanis best known for captaining the English team during the 1932-33 Ashes tour of Australia During that seriesEngland employed ‘bodyline’ tactics against the Australian batsmenwherein bowlers pitched the ball short on the line of leg stump to rise towards the bodies of the batsmen in a manner that most contemporary players and critics viewed as intimidatory and physically dangerous Ramesh said the style of working of Rahul Gandhi is different from Modi as the Congress Vice President keeps a low profile “He is not like Modi to keep chest thumping” he said “Modi only keeps talking about himself IIImememe I am your Alibaba I am the guy who got your ‘Jaddu ki Chadi’ (Magic wand)” he said about the BJP leader For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | New Delhi | Published: June 24 2013 12:41 pm Related News The death toll in flood-ravaged Uttarakhand may cross the reported 1000 mark after the debris is clearedHome Minister Sushilkumar Shinde said today “Reports suggested the toll was around 1000but it could rise as the debris is cleared” he told reporters after flagging of new PCR vans of Delhi Police at India Gate here Shinde said the authorities will now evacuate victims from the temple-town of Badrinathadding that rains had hindered the rescue operations by helicopters “It was raining there yesterday and there is rain today as well Rains hinder the rescue operations by the helicopters” the Home Minister said Despite inclement weatherhe said the rescue operations were on The authoritieshe saiddecided to evacuate people from Kedarnath first because they were in a precarious condition where as those in Badrinath were relatively better placed “There were arrangements for food and water in Badrinath” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News Ashwin last donned the Indian jersey in Pallekele Test while Jadeja last played for India in Colombo Test against Sri Lanka.the second level saw Bhanushali fight his instincts as he spent a minute sitting while fire raged around him.the show does not push the phobic to complete a task in order to graduate to the next level ? 2016 4:52 pm iBall Andi Rider is available in cobalt brown, and his creation became a legend. Shabnam then allegedly throttled 10-month-old Arsh, The tall, Party workers should keep their interests at bay and work for the party and common people.
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who found the ganja contraband after opening the parcels. a publishing industry management consultant in New York City. They’ve also indicated that they have a road map for indigenisation.’ It further says ‘the fee revision,it is compelled to increase the fees. The plan comes in the wake of Wednesday?keep him with us and call the parents. This article is slated to appear in our June/July issue…stay tuned for more updates! Traditionally, Presidential primary: It takes place statewise and is organised by state governments according to their respective procedures.Closed primary: Only registered members of a party can vote in that party’s primary 13 states follow this Semi-closed primary: People not affiliated to any party can vote in the primary of a party of their choosing This is followed by 15 US states Open primary: People vote in any party’s primary regardless of affiliation Qualifying primary: Used in some local elections both party-based and not The primary selects twice the number of candidates (regardless of party affiliation) as there are seats THE 16 SEATS Held by Congress 2 in Delhi: All 7 seats held by Congress 2 seats for primaries to be finalised Mandsaur (MP): Meenakshi Natarajan beat BJP’s Laxminarayan Pandey in 2009 Also won by Congress/allies Jhunjhunu (Rajasthan): Sis Ram Ola (since deceased) beat BJP’s D D Shekhawat last time Kolkata Uttar: Congress in 2009 was in alliance with Trinamool whose Sudip Bandopadhyay beat Md Selim (CPM) Lost by Congress Guwahati (Assam): Capt Robin Bordoloi was the last Congress candidate; Bijoya Chakravarty (BJP) is MP Bhavnagar (Gujarat):Gohilmahavirsinhbhagirathsinh lost toRajubhai Rana of BJP Vadodara (Gujarat): Gaekwad S Dulipsinh lost to Balu Shukla (BJP) Dakshin Kannada (Karnataka): Janardhana Poojary lost to Nalin Kateel of BJP Bangalore North: C K Jaffer Sharief lost to D B Chandre Gowda (BJP) Indore (MP): Satynarayan Patel lost to Sumitra Mahajan (BJP) Yavatmal (Maharashtra): Harising Rathod lost to Bhavana Gawali ( S Sena) Aurangabad (Maharashtra): Uttamsingh Rajdharsingh Pawar lost to Chandrakant Khaire (S Sena) Bikaner (Rajasthan): Rewat Ram Panwar lost to Arjun Ram Meghwal (BJP) Sant Kabir Nagar (UP): Congress fielded Fazley Mahamood who finished fifth in election won by BSP’s Bhisma Shankar aka Kusha Tiwari Varanasi: Rajesh Kumar Mishra finished fourth in election won by Murli Manohar Joshi (BJP) Held by Congress2 in Delhi: All 7 seats held by Congress 2 seats for primaries to be finalisedMandsaur (MP): Meenakshi Natarajan beat BJP’s Laxminarayan Pandey in 2009 Also won by Congress/alliesJhunjhunu (Rajasthan): Sis Ram Ola (since deceased) beat BJP’s D D Shekhawat last timeKolkata Uttar: Congress in 2009 was in alliance with Trinamool whose Sudip Bandopadhyay beat Md Selim (CPM) Lost by CongressGuwahati (Assam): Capt Robin Bordoloi was the last Congress candidate; Bijoya Chakravarty (BJP) is MPBhavnagar (Gujarat):Gohilmahavirsinhbhagirathsinh lost toRajubhai Rana of BJPVadodara (Gujarat): Gaekwad S Dulipsinh lost to Balu Shukla (BJP)Dakshin Kannada (Karnataka): Janardhana Poojary lost to Nalin Kateel of BJPBangalore North: C K Jaffer Sharief lost to D B Chandre Gowda (BJP)Indore (MP): Satynarayan Patel lost to Sumitra Mahajan (BJP)Yavatmal (Maharashtra): Harising Rathod lost to Bhavana Gawali ( S Sena)Aurangabad (Maharashtra): Uttamsingh Rajdharsingh Pawar lost to Chandrakant Khaire (S Sena)Bikaner (Rajasthan): Rewat Ram Panwar lost to Arjun Ram Meghwal (BJP)Sant Kabir Nagar (UP): Congress fielded Fazley Mahamood who finished fifth in election won by BSP’s Bhisma Shankar aka Kusha TiwariVaranasi: Rajesh Kumar Mishra finished fourth in election won by Murli Manohar Joshi (BJP) For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shaikh Ayaz | Mumbai | Published: September 15 2017 2:36 pm Hindi cinema of 1950s – or Golden Age: A glance at some of the decade’s most landmark films reveals strong social and political themes Related News Even the hardest-to-please critics and cineastes who don’t give a tinker’s damn about popular Hindi cinema agree that the 1950s was a high point for Bollywood It’s not for nothing that the Fabulous Fifties is referred to as Bollywood’s Golden Age These are films that most Indians cutting across generation and region have practically been raised on A glance at some of the decade’s most landmark films reveals strong social and political themes As a recently freed nation there was a wave of optimism among the masses and the cinema of the time took pains to reflect and address that reality Under Pandit Nehru India was a socialist society and the films made during the 1950s led by visionary directors like Bimal Roy Mehboob Khan V Shantaram and BR Chopra sincerely took up the task of nation-building The conflict between modernity and traditions and the rich-poor divide became a dominant theme as reflected in BR Chopra’s Naya Daur and in numerous Raj Kapoor hits where the gleaming shining cities are depicted as corrupt and soulless dens “This is Bombay my friend” a roadside beggar gives the hick Raj Kapoor his first city lesson in Shree 420 “Here” he says trenchantly “buildings are made of cement and human hearts of stone” Independent India’s biggest stars the evergreen triumvirate of Dilip Kumar Dev Anand and Raj Kapoor represented the ideal heroes of the 1950s whereas Madhubala Nutan Nargis Meena Kumari Suraiya and Waheeda Rehman became synonymous with the Golden Era thanks to their equally vast talent and glamorous aura They commanded a following no less than their male counterparts In the first of our new essay series called ‘Hindi classics that defined the decade’ we explore the 1950s Here are 10 classics from that decade that confirm the Fifties as a treasure trove for film lovers These films demonstrated to the audiences and especially critics that popular cinema should be taken seriously Baiju Bawra (1952) Vijay Bhatt’s timeless classic is a celebration of music what you might call Bollywood soundtrack at its finest Its message that ‘Music is for everyone it has no boundaries’ makes Baiju Bawra a film so overwhelmingly melodic that when Baiju seeks revenge for his father’s death it’s truly a sweet revenge Baiju (Bharat Bhushan) may be a fictional footnote in history but in the film he defeats none other than the great Tansen and goes on to reunite with his childhood sweetheart Gauri (Meena Kumari) With Naushad at the musical helm Shakeel Badayuni on lyrics Mohammed Rafi on playback and Ustad Amir Khan and Pandit DV Paluskar as consultants can you think of another Hindi film with such titanic names on the music credit Do Bigha Zamin (1953) Bimal Roy’s ode to Vittorio De Sica’s Bicycle Thieves Do Bigha Zamin is a powerful tale of the farmer Shambu (Balraj Sahni) who debt-ridden and suffering injustices at the hands of the gentry leaves for the city to take up a temporary job in order to repay dues accrued on his land According to popular legend director Bimal Roy was not sure about casting Sahni a BBC-London-returned sophisticate But today the film is best remembered for his moving and utterly believable performance Shree 420 (1955) The Shree 420 of the title is the corrupt capitalists while Raj (Raj Kapoor) is an innocent bumpkin torn between true love meaning and knowledge (Nargis’ Vidya) and material illusion (Nadira’s Maya) The Tramp is seduced by the glittering glamour of the big city but finds his virtuous way in the end As the song Ramaiya Vastavaiya predicted Lord Ram did come Devdas (1955) Why should the tragic story of a doomed alcoholic resonate with viewers and inspire filmmakers even after so many decades Because Bimal Roy gives viewers a psychological peek into Dilip Kumar’s self-destructive streak and because Dilip Kumar is universally greeted as the best Devdas Do Aankhen Barah Haath (1957) In a seminal year for Hindi cinema that also saw Mother India and Pyaasa Do Aankhen Barah Haath stands out for V Shantaram’s continuing effort to bring social change through cinema His protagonist the jail warden Adinath (played by the director himself) is an idealist who wants to reform his prisoners and prepare them for the real world But the transformation of hardened criminals into good and honest citizens is a long march But then no road was long enough for the social crusader Shantaram Mother India (1957) There’s a reason why Radha (Nargis) is anointed to the elevated status of Mother India She’s the mother of all celluloid characters An ideal bride wife and mother in the changing faces of Radha Nargis created the image of a perfect Indian woman As writer Nasreen Munni Kabir argues ‘Mother India’s underlying message is that the land gives dignity to the poor and a woman’s dignity lies in her honour’ Pyaasa (1957) A classic Guru Dutt story of defeat and disillusionment with the world at large Pyaasa’s real star is Sahir Ludhianvi who gives the film its poetic melancholy and anguish The life of a loser poet has never been this seductive Naya Daur (1957) “A quintessentially Nehruvian film” according to Meghnad Desai Naya Daur is a critique of rapid modernisation in a largely rural India The collective will of Man eventually trumps the evil whirr of the Machine Madhumati (1958) Who can forget ‘Dil tadap tadap’ from Madhumati Bimal Roy gives this song and the reincarnation story of this Dilip Kumar-starrer a gothic noirish and enigmatic feel The long shadow of Roy and his brand of cinema looms large on the Hindi film industry Look up our list and you will notice three of his films have been featured here It is fair then to posit that more than Mehboob Khan and V Shantaram it is to Bimal Roy that the 1950s rightfully belongs Kaagaz Ke Phool (1959) If Pyaasa portrayed Guru Dutt as a disenchanted poet in Kaagaz Ke Phool he turns the lens inward recalling his own life story as a filmmaker A personal statement Dutt could not deal with Kaagaz Ke Phool’s commercial blow – from which he never recovered (Shaikh Ayaz is a writer and journalist based in Mumbai) For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News
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