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There is nothing on record to substantiate the deposition made by late K L Gidwanì to the commission that the name of N W Khankhoje was included in the list of members at the behest of Sushil Kumar Shinde, the CBIs affidavit stated Wategaonkar had also alleged that Shinde had approved the allotment of land for Adarsh Society in his capacity as Chief Minister without seeking cabinet approval The CBIhowevertold the court did not constitute commission of any criminal offence on the part of Shinde The court is likely to hear the case further on September 23 For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Zealand’s Matt Henry celebrates with his teammates after taking the wicket of Indian batsman Ravichandran Ashwin in the second Test in Kolkata India were 239/7 at stumps on day one APBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: August 18 2016 9:43 am Amitabh Bachchan plays a senior lawyer in Pink who fights the case for three women Top News Megastar Amitabh Bachchan who will be seen playing a lawyer in Shoojit Sarkar’s upcoming film ‘Pink’ said the film is not about rape but the situations that exist today “I think that the film talks about the current situation especially for the younger generation The story is based in Delhi and I just want to make it clear that Pink isn’t about rape but it is about circumstances that exist in the city of Delhi and most part of the country” He said at the ‘Jeeney De Mujhe’ song launch of the film “There are very strong statements you must have seen in that trial we had in the trailer It’s just a glimpse that what kind of language and thoughts that have been expressed I want you to know that for me personally it is a film that I’ve great belief… “I hope after watching the film somewhere you will sit back and think… I always believe women in our country are half of the strength and they must have their dignity in their walks of life” he said About the first song of the film the ‘Piku’ actor said “Jeeney De Mujhe is a song of liberation particularly for the young girls” Pink revolves around three girls who were trapped in a criminal case They are tried in the court for an attempt to murder case and defaming some men Piku Madras Cafe and Vicky Donor famed director Shoojit Sarkar produced the film and it is helmed by Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury The crime thriller stars Amitabh Bachchan Taapsee Pannu Kirti Kulhari and Andrea Taring in lead roles and is scheduled to release on September 16 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shubhra Gupta | New Delhi | Updated: July 12 2015 8:09 am Baahubali movie review: Right from its opening frames ‘Baahubali’ holds out many promises: of adventure and romance love and betrayal valour and weakness And it delivers magnificently on each of them Related News Right from its opening frames ‘Baahubali’ holds out many promises: of adventure and romance love and betrayal valour and weakness And it delivers magnificently on each of them This is full-tilt fully-assured filmmaking of a very high order ‘Baahubali’ is simply spectacular Many films have scale and spectacle ‘Baahubali’ also has a story And enough hooks to keep us engrossed through its close to two-and-a-half hours of running time You can see S S Rajamouli’s varied influences in places : James Cameron-like dreamy vistas of hill waterfall and greenery Ang Lee’s flying-through-the-air-acrobatics Peter Jackson’s stretching-out-for-miles crowded battlefields J R R Tolkien’s plug-ugly trolls who talk in guttural tongues many characters and situations from Mahabharat and Ramayan And in a Bollywood hat-tip to the long-suffering mother in ‘Karan Arjun’ But Rajamouli makes sure that the references do not overwhelm his epic which has a beleaguered kingdom kings and queens faithful slaves jealous brothers beautiful women and strong men And the strongest of them ‘Baahubali’ which means literally ‘strong of arm’ Also read – 10 reasons why you should not miss S S Rajamouli’s ‘Baahubali’ Strapping Shiva (Prabhas) has a strange fascination for a faraway mountain peak where he can see the outlines of a castle His attempts at leaping across cliffs first leads him to the beauteous Avantika (Tamannaah) and her group of rebels and then to the distant kingdom which has the tied-up-in-chains-for-twenty-five-years Devasena (Anushka Shetty) suffering the indignities heaped upon her by the cruel King Bhallala (Rana Daggubati) and his father (Nasser) Rajamouli doesn’t bother giving us a date for the film It is closest to a ‘period’ part myth part everything else Which is a good thing because we don’t go looking for parity in costume and architecture It is set in the director’s own imagination and what a wonderful thing that is full of gorgeous visuals (just those waterfalls make you feel like you’ve been drenched) and a story-telling technique that eschews unnecessary sophistication just for the sake of it but is robustly elegant all the same and keeps things ticking space Also read – SS Rajamouli’s ‘Baahubali’ releases to massive response Prabhas plays it just right: his Baahubali has a sprightly ‘moochh’ and is mightily muscular So is Daggubati whose spread of shoulder and chest is even more so The women step in to be fiery and authoritative as well as sigh submissive When Ramya thunders she is quite something; Tamannaah displays a mean kick before simpering and the ladies step aside to let the men and ‘maar-dhaad’ occupy centre-stage I have to say that I dread long-drawn skirmishes between armour-clad armies (having suffered through Jackson’s never-ending battles) because they turn so turgid and dull so fast but the battle-scenes in ‘Baahubali’ are completely engrossing There’s just one place that I tuned out and that was a ‘romantic’ song which feels unnecessary and superfluous to the proceedings But it is quickly over and we are back to the action IN PICS – ‘Baahubali Enthiran RAOne’: Most expensive Indian films Rajamouli’s ‘Magadheera’ posted notice of a director worth watching: I saw the film much after its release and was impressed by the re-creation of the past ( the present full of silly banter between a standard-procedure hero-heroine was same-old) And then came ‘Eega’ a terrific fun-filled tale of a vengeful fly With ‘Baahubali’ Rajamouli has combined his gifts of staying firmly in the past and filling it with heightened drama and colour-drenched visuals I can’t wait for the second part which we are told will be out in 2016 Cast: Prabhas Rana Daggubati Tamannaah Ramya Anushka Shetty Nasser Sathyaraj Sudeep Director: S S Rajamouli For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsEngland were given a scare before the second Test against South Africa ended in a draw on the fifth and final day at Newlands on Wednesday On what had been expected to be a low-key day after high scoring in the first innings England lost six second innings wickets by mid-afternoon when they held a precarious lead of 118 Jonny Bairstow and Moeen Ali negotiated the rest of the afternoon and England were on 159 for six when play was called off for bad light 15 minutes after tea and abandoned 45 minutes later Jonny Bairstow and Moeen Ali negotiated the rest of the afternoon and England were on 159 for six when play was called off for bad light 15 minutes after tea and abandoned 45 minutes later AP England will take a one-lead into the third Test of the four-match series starting in Johannesburg on January 14 but South Africa will take heart from a strong fightback with both bat and ball after taking a battering in England’s first innings Inspired by Ben Stokes’ 258 England made 629 for six declared but South Africa batted solidly to reply with 627 declared led by captain Hashim Amla’s 201 The flurry of wickets on Wednesday was in complete contrast to the first four days when both teams scored more than 600 runs in their first innings and 1272 runs were scored for the loss of only 13 wickets After four days of unrelenting sunshine the sky was partly overcast on Wednesday The fast bowlers led by Morne Morkel gained some movement while off-spinner Dane Piedt obtained some turn from a pitch which had previously offered no assistance to the bowlers Piedt was the most successful bowler taking three for 38 Alastair Cook and Alex Hales fell within the first three overs of the day both without adding to their overnight scores of eight and five respectively while Joe Root was bowled just before the mid-morning drinks break Nick Compton fell shortly before lunch Cook who has scored only 42 runs in four innings during the series was caught down the leg side by wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock off Kagiso Rabada and Hales fell to an outstanding catch by Chris Morris at third slip diving low to his right off Morne Morkel Root made 29 off 29 balls before he was bowled by Morris’ first ball of the innings a full delivery which swung late to take out his off stump Root had an escape on 17 when he edged a catch to AB de Villiers at second slip off Morkel only for a television review to show it was a no-ball Compton dug in and played a solid defensive innings in making 15 off 60 balls It came as a surprise when he went on the drive against a full delivery from off-spinner Dane Piedt and hit a catch to Faf du Plessis at a short mid-on position England seemed to be heading to safety after lunch as Taylor and Stokes added 30 for the fifth wicket with Stokes following up his first innings of 258 with some more solidly-hit strokes But he went for a big hit against Piedt and was caught by Morkel on the midwicket boundary for 26 Taylor followed in Piedt’s next over gloving a catch to Temba Bavuma at short leg after making 27 At 116 for six less than midway through the day England were in trouble when Bairstow and Ali came together AFP Kolkata:An impressive all-round display drove India to a four-wicket win over Bangladesh in an Under-19 cricket tri-series match at the Jadavpur University ground in Kolkataon Tuesday Chasing Bangladesh’s total of 222/7 the hosts crossed the line with four wickets and eight balls to spare Wicket keeper-batsman Rishabh Pant top scored for India with a knock of 51 runs while rival captain Mehidy Hassan Miraz’s 87 runs with the bat and figures of 2/50 with the ball went in vain India U-19 wicket keeper-batsman Rishabh Pant PTI The Indians were off to a flyer as Pant (51) and Ishan Kishan (24) put on a partnership of 67 runs in 54 overs Kishan got out thereafter but left-handed Pant continued clobbering the bowlers Bangladesh crawled back into the contest with quick wickets but knocks from AN Khare (41) and Washington Sundar (50) helped the home side inch closer to the target MK Lomror (not out 19) and MJ Dagar (not out 11) then finished it off as the Indians grabbed their third win on the trot Earlier in the day after electing to bat Bangladesh rode on a classy knock of 87 runs from Miraz to post a challenging score of 222/7 However it was India who struck early by getting rid of openers Saif Hassan (33) and Sheik Imon (15) in quick succession Right-arm off spinner Washington (2/25) then dented the visitors further as they were left struggling at 81/4 However Miraz kept at it and hit ten boundaries and two sixes en route to his score At one stage it looked like the visitors may reach a total of around 250 but then Miraz got out Contributions towards the end from Jaker Ali Anik (16) Shaif Uddin (30) and Saeed Sarkar (17) ensured their last few overs were used to the fullest as Bangladesh propelled themselves from 188/6 in 465 to post 222 Brief Scores:Bangladesh (Mehidy Hassan Miraz 87; Washington Sundar 2/25); India (Rishabh Pant 51 Washington Sundar 50; Mehidy Hassan Miraz 2/50) IANS Written by PTI | Lucknow | Published: January 3 2014 3:18 am Related News The cold wave tightened its grip on Uttar Pradeshwith three deathsincluding of two children being reported from Barabanki districteven as the weather remained dry and fog occurred at a few places Hariprasad (45) of Andgau villageNeeraj (7) of Daulatpur village and six-year-old daughter of Durgesh Sharma of Diyanatnagar village died in the past 24 hours in Barabanki Night temperatures largely fell in Agramarkedly fell in Meerutappreciably fell in Moradabad and Bareilly and fell in the Lucknow divisionMeT said Minimum temperature in the state at 47 degree Celsius was recorded at Agra The MeT forecast that moderate to dense fog will occur at a few places across the state in morning It warned that cold wave conditions and frost will occur at isolated places over western Uttar Pradesh over the next 48 hours For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: June 4 2012 1:11 am Related News Non-IAS rule The recent administrative reshuffle has ensured that non-IAS bureaucratsusually taunted as promotee officersemerged as the big winners when compared to their IAS counterparts Nine out of the 12 DCs in Himachal Pradesh are the so called promotee bureaucrats One of these lucky oneswho despite not being inducted into the IAShas been sent as a deputy commissioner at the expense of an IAS officerwho has been left sulking To make matters worsetwo IAS officers – Piyush Mandalchosen for Kullu and Munish Gargposted at Shimla were recalled in less than a months time Gentlemen Dont you know its election time You must take the backseat and watch the P-game (politics)? Washington does not believe that India has complied then it could initiate compliance proceedings to challenge India’s claim.Samsung had first announced that its wearable Gear devices will be compatible with iPhone early last year. Abhay Chhajed mentioned that issues like road connectivity, * Add the beans and vegetable mixture to the cooked bulgur wheat along with the powdered spices. Arnab Mondal, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: July 22, It has been the easiest experience to work with him because he is so instinctive. AP Marin Cilic and Ivan Dodig put Croatia 2-1 ahead in their Davis Cup semi-final? it is also aware how the BCCI routinely disbursed extra cash to state associations to buy votes the scandal a part of the Deloitte India report on BCCI but did precious little for those who help win the game for India.

told The Indian Express. ?when the issue was raised by MLA Girish Bapat in the meeting, the accused raped and murdered her at a nearby forest.” Dinesh Punjwani, 2013 1:57 am Related News Two days after the five-year-old rape survivor was brought to AIIMS, whose affidavits have been analysed, industry body Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI), went to war over cricket. it is learnt.

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