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Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon also condemned the attack,underscoring that the targeting of mourners made it"particularly appalling" Condemning the terrorist bombing Ban had urged thePakistani government to do its utmost to ensure safety of thepopulation and bring to justice the perpetrators of theattack At least 74 people were killed on Monday and over 100injured after a suicide bomber struck the emergency ward ofQuetta’s Civil Hospital where scores of people had gatheredto mourn the death of Kasi in a gun attack earlier in the day The attack was claimed by Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistansplinter outfit Jamaatul Ahrar and the Islamic State militantgroup By: PTI | Varanasi | Published: January 10 2017 8:42 pm Bismillah Khan (File photo: PTI) Top News A grandson of late Ustad Bismillah Khan and two other persons were arrested in connection with the theft of the maestro’s silver shehnais police said today Uttar Pradesh Special Task Force arrested Nazare Hussain local jeweller Shanker Seth and his son Sujit Seth Watch what else is in the news Four silver shehnais and a wooden and silver one were stolen from Khan’s son Kazim Hussain’s home in Varanasi on December 4 The shehnais were recovered in a melted condition from a local jewellery shop in Varanasi police said Kazim’s son Nazare got the four silver shehnais melted by jewellers Shanker and Sujit Seth in Chetganj area they said “Over one kg of melted silver along with one shehnai made of wood and silver have been recovered from the possession of the jewellers “The stolen shehnais were sold to the local jewellers for a meagre Rs 17000 and melted” said STF SSP Amit Pathak An FIR was registered on December 5 at Chowk police station after the theft at Kazim’s house in Dalmandi area According to the family the shehnais were very special to the late musician and were gifted to him by former Prime Minister P V Narasimha Rao Kapil Sibal and Lalu Prasad For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Bharat Sundaresan | Birmingham | Updated: June 5 2017 8:48 am India and Pakistan teams observed a minute’s silence in honour of victims of Saturday’s attacks in London (Source: AP) Related News Faraz had strict orders for his son when he learnt about his visit to a mosque not too far from London Bridge on Saturday “Wear the Peshawari suit I bought you but avoid the taqiyah (cap) Why attract unnecessary attention” the Afghan-origin security in-charge at one of the gates outside Edgbaston told his son A day later as the rest of England mourns those killed in the attack Faraz is relieved that his son is safe As he keeps an eye on Indian and Pakistani fans who head to the stadium with bugles dhols and various other items Faraz says things are about to get a lot tougher for British Asians in their adopted land He says they will have to be prepared to be looked at and treated differently if not with a tinge of suspicion “I just went on a visit to Afghanistan for seven days and then went to Pakistan for five days When I returned I was taken aside and interrogated This despite my passport showing that I’ve lived here since 1992” he says The fact that he changed his plans at the last minute and returned two days later than scheduled did not help “There are certain areas in the country where we and by that I mean Afghans and Pakistanis suffer racial abuse For them we are all ‘Pakis’ When there’s a terror attack like this being brown-skinned even if you are Indian raises suspicions” he adds Faraz’s daughter is a field investigator whose job is to collect forensic data and deal with murderers and thugs alike But when he wanted to send her money while he was visiting Pakistan she asked him not to “Her accounts get scanned routinely because of her background and she was worried that any transaction from South Asia could lead to her being questioned” he says British Asians make up a big chunk of England’s demography And while Faraz paints quite a grave picture not everyone with a sub-continent lineage agrees that terror incidents like the London attack affect them that way “It’s about thinking positively If you think you’ll be looked at differently then you will be I was born and brought up here and I won’t say people judge me for the colour of my skin or from where my ancestors hail” says a Pakistani fan Sitting next to him are a couple of Indian fans who are waiting for the national anthem to start They scoff at the idea of being singled out “How does it matter what we look like We sound as English as the rest of them” says one Not surprisingly security measures for the eight-team Champions Trophy were stepped up considerably According to the International Cricket Council in the wake of the London attack all team hotels across three venues went into lockdown as cricket’s governing body promised to review its security “in line with the threat levels” “Following last night’s incident all team hotels went into lockdown and teams match officials and staff were all quickly accounted for The enhanced security around venues implemented following the Manchester attack remains in place this includes significantly enhanced police and security for today’s match” the ICC said Consequently at Edgbaston everyone who entered the stadium was scanned more closely Even BCCI’s acting secretary Amitabh Choudhary was stopped outside and needed someone to have a word with the security officials to let him through Officer Evans one of the many police personnel positioned at the gates insists that he doesn’t judge suspicious activity on the basis of a person’s looks He then recounts an incident which occurred earlier in the morning when he had to follow a person who was denied entry to the ground and was seen scurrying away “He claimed to be a doctor and had a syringe in his bag When he was told that it wouldn’t be allowed he started walking away briskly I followed him… We caught up with him around the corner and it turned out that he was a doctor He was the most suspicious man we encountered today” he says adding after a brief pause “And he was white” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: March 13 2016 11:00 am Security men stand guard during the opening day of the three-day long World Culture Festival on the banks of Yamuna River in New Delhi on Friday (PTI Photo by Kamal Kishore) Related News The World Culture Festival organised by the Art of Living Foundation headed by spiritual guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar kicked off on the floodplains of River Yamuna under the shadow of a raging controversy The organisation was accused of flouting environmental norms and causing damage to the land on the banks of the river On its part AOL has denied the allegations On Friday Prime Minister Narendra Modi was the chief guest at the function attended by thousands of people who came from all over the world Although there was a light drizzle and hails storm it did not dampen the mood at the event venue Today is day three of the World Culture Festival We bring you all the live updates here WATCH LIVE UPDATES Sunday 13 March 1100 am:At the plenary session this morning the former Prime Minister of Norway Kjell Magne Bondevik addressed the audience along with Union Minisers Sursh Prabhu Piyush Goyal Nirmala Sitharaman and Gen VK Singh Virgin Group’s Richard Branson adddressed the gathering via video conference 12:45 pm: There are concurrent breakout sessions at the Leadership Forum right now While one of the sessions will focus on ‘boundaryless’ nations another session will be on the importance of far-sighted leadership 11:20 am: A plenary session on the geopolitical social and economic imperatives is currently happening at the Forum The speakers include Kamal Thapa the Deputy Prime Minister of Nepal 10:20 am: AOL founder Sri Sri Ravi Shankar concluded his address saying “Leadership has no value unless there is chaos” 10:15 am: Union Minister Nitin Gadkari was present at the forum earlier today 10:00 am: The Leadership Forum has begun For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: December 11 2015 10:41 am Dilip Kumar will have a quiet 93rd birthday celebration as a mark of solidarity towards the victims of the Chennai deluge Related News As he turns 93 today (December 11) legendary actor Dilip Kumar will have a quiet birthday celebration as a mark of solidarity towards the victims of the Chennai deluge “We will have a quiet birthday this year with family only He is saddened by the tragedy in Chennai It’s a big tragedy and we don’t think it is right to celebrate anything” Kumar’s wife Saira Bano told PTI Even otherwise Saira is not in favour of having a bash on the thespian’s birthday as she feels that whenever his special day is celebrated the veteran actor falls sick “I think whenever we celebrate his birthday he falls sick I feel there is an evil eye as soon after after the celebrations he has health issues” she said Dilip Kumar made his debut as an actor in the film “Jwar Bhata” in 1944 which was produced by Bombay Talkies View Pics:Dilip Kumar turns 93 Tragedy King’s life inpics In a career spanning over six decades he starred in films of a variety of genres such as the romantic “Andaz” (1949) the swashbuckling Aan (1952) the dramatic “Devdas” (1955) the comical “Azaad” (1955) the historical “Mughal-e-Azam” (1960) and the social “Ganga Jamuna” (1961) The ‘tragedy king of Bollywood’ also did films like “Kranti” (1981) “Shakti” (1982) “Karma” (1986) and “Saudagar” (1991) and others His last film was “Qila” (1998) The Government of India honoured him with the Padma Bhushan award in 1991the Dadasaheb Phalke award in 1994 and the Padma Vibhushan this year for his contributions towards Indian cinema The Pakistan government also honoured him with its highest civilian honour – Nishan-e-Imtiaz – in 1997 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Updated: November 26 2015 2:39 pm Ben Affleck will be seen in his upcoming film “Batman V Superman” (Source: Reuters) Related News Actor Ben Affleck has revealed audience have a lot of expectations from upcoming film “Batman V Superman” Affleck 43 who stars as Batman spoke about the pressure for it to perform well for studio Warner Bros reported People magazine “I think there is a ton of pressure on it I mean I would be bull–––––ing you to say there isn’t If it doesn’t do well that will be extremely disappointing” he said Doing his best to ensure that the film is a success the father of three has made the movie his priority scheduling other filming around “Batman v Superman” – due out March 25 – as well as another DC spinoff Affleck said pushing the film’s release date was a smart decision saying that Warner Bros CEO Kevin Tsujihara’s involvement in the movie and emphasis on releasing a quality product will have a big pay off “I was really impressed by the fact that he cared It was not like some guys especially at that level where it would be ‘We need a franchise movie… We just need a movie with the names ‘Batman’ and ‘Superman’ on it and it doesn’t matter what it is” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Nassau | Published: December 5 2016 11:42 am Tiger Woods returned to action after 466 days out with injury (Source: AP) Top News The return of Tiger Woods was more about the big picture than any of his big numbers And that started with the sight of that red shirt on Sunday Woods grumbled about three more double bogeys in the final round of the Hero World Challenge Considering how badly he has felt in the 15 months since he last played he still was able to keep it in perspective “It feels good to be back out here playing again competing and trying to beat the best players in the world” Woods said “I missed it I love it” He even loved some of his golf at Albany Woods made 24 birdies the most of anyone this week He also had six double bogeys three of them in the final round The last one on the final hole his third of the week on the 18th gave him a 4-over 76 It was the highest score of the tournament and he finished 15th in the 17-man field The other players were not about to measure him by his score – not yet anyway “The whole world is watching a couple of rounds of golf” said British Open champion Henrik Stenson who finished second to Hideki Matsuyama “It’s great to see him back and healthy and playing I want to see him up in contention and try to beat him when it matters the most “Give him three or four tournaments maybe six tournaments maybe around the Masters” he said “It’s easy to overanalyze a very limited amount of golf” Rarely has a December event attracted this much curiosity Woods the dominant player of his generation had gone 466 days since his previous tournament because of two back surgeries The recovery at times made it difficult for him to walk and led him to wonder if he would ever play “Getting back to this point is beyond anything that I’ve ever experienced in my lifetime” said Woods who turns 41 at the end of the month “The pain issues that I had it was rough Quite frankly there some pretty dire times where I just couldn’t move” Woods showed no stress in his swing or in walking five straight rounds starting with the pro-am He had plenty of length at times going after his driver with a little more pop to clear a bunker He holed a few long putts He missed a few short ones At times he looked like he had never been away for that long And at times it did “It’s kind of new to me again the feel of playing the feel of adrenaline in my system hitting shots” Woods said One day after he briefly pulled within two shots of the lead it was clear early on this day would be a struggle Woods was scrambling for pars instead of being in a position to attack pins He twice made double bogey on a par 5 starting at No 6 when he blasted out of the sandy area to the back side of a double green forcing him to chip off the putting surface Still he rallied with three straight birdies to play the front nine in even par He was never going to win the tournament – Matsuyama was too far ahead –but it was a chance to post a decent number and take more positives into what figures to be a two-month offseason Instead Woods added two more double bogeys and shot 40 on the back nine He made his third double bogey of the week on the 18th hole without even going into the water His tee shot landed in a thick palmetto bush and he had to take a penalty drop to take it out Just his luck his drop in the sandy waste area settled right in front of the nub of another bush He got that back to the fairway went just over the green and took two putts from there for his 6 “What he did here showed that he’s certainly up for the task and his game is there He’s ready to go” Jordan Spieth said “Even with Tiger every time we set expectations he exceeds them” Woods at least starts his climb from No 898 in the world the product of not playing since Aug 23 2015 He said he wants to play a full schedule in 2017 – that typically means no more than about 20 a year –and will look at his options over the next few weeks “I need to play more tournaments Zero in 15 months is not a lot so this is one” Woods said “I thought I made some good positive things happen this week Made a lot of birdies also made a lot of mistakes That’s something I know I can clean up” His caddie Joe LaCava offered the best perspective “I wasn’t going to compare him to the rest of the field They’ve been playing all year and they’ve been playing great” LaCava said “Honestly my goal was to get him through five rounds on his feet That was big” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News ? And it worked perfectly on a pitch that anyway had little on offer for the Tamil Nadu bowlers. a student of VR?000 crore indicated lack of proper monitoring by the departments in utilisation of grants given for specific purposes, CAG also stated For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 8 2012 2:33 am Top News Police recovered batteries stolen from the shelter of a mobile tower present in village Dhanas after the arrest of three persons An FIR was registered after a complaint about the theft of the batteries A special investigative team arrested accused Harwinder Singh (32) from Dhanas and recovered five stolen batteries from forest areanear the lake at Dhanas During further interrogationHarwinder disclosed that healong with Samar Singh alias Sammi (27) a resident of village Gigga MajraMohali had stolen 22 batteries from the site where the Airtel Tower was located 12 of these battery cells were sold by them to a scrap dealer Pardeep Kumar (27)a resident of Nayagaon Harwinder and Samer Singh went in the guise of electrical technicians hired by the company to commit the crime For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: January 8 2016 9:44 am Priyanka Chopra who won a trophy at the the People’s Choice Awards 2016 in Los Angeles used the innovative VoxWeb app to thank her fans for their love Related News Priyanka Chopra who won a trophy at the the People’s Choice Awards 2016 in Los Angeles used the innovative VoxWeb app to thank her fans for their love The former Miss World won the Favourite Actress in a New TV series honour at the People’s Choice Awards which took place on Wednesday night She won it for an American show “Quantico” She tweeted: “A picture can’t convey the full extent of my love Oh wait but this #SpeakingPic can Straight from my heart #Voxie http://s.tinyurlcom/zgc44wf” With my lifeline and backbone @madhuchopra at the #PCA‘s Missed you so much dad #FamilyIsEverything #SpeakingPic http://s.tco/gU3llhOBEB — PRIYANKA (@priyankachopra) January 7 2016 Priyanka greeted her fans by saying: “This is possible only because of you guys Thank you with all my heart for your constant love support and encouragement I am because you make me who I am” The VoxWeb social network witnessed an avalanche of traffic after the tweet as Priyanka’s first ‘Voxie’ attracted them For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Updated: September 23 2015 4:04 pm “To see Deepika grow as an actor and to this extent was really heart-warming encouraging and really inspiring for me” Ranbir Kapoor said at the trailer launch of ‘Tamasha’ (Source: AP) Related News Actor Ranbir Kapoor may be going through a rough phase in his career but he hopes his former girlfriend actress Deepika Padukone brings good luck for him and their upcoming film “Tamasha” does well Deepika and Ranbir who have previously starred together in “Bachna Ae Haseeno” and “Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani” are reuniting on the big screen with Imtiaz Ali’s upcoming romantic drama While the 29-year-old “Piku” actress is having a good run at the box office with back-to-back hits Ranbir’s last few films – “Besharam” “Roy” and “Bombay Velvet” – have failed to create magic When asked whether Deepika would prove lucky for him in terms of box office success Ranbir said “It is not fair to label anyone as lucky charm Deepika has worked very hard to be here (in the top) She is a dedicated person I do hope her luck works on me and not mine on her “It depends on ‘Tamasha’ If the film becomes successful then everyone would be happy to see our pairing” Ranbir 32 said Deepika and Ranbir’s last collaboration “Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani” was a hit and their on-screen chemistry was appreciated Actor Ranbir Kapoor says that seeing co-star Deepika Padukone‘s growth as an actor was heart-warming and inspiring for him and he learnt a lot while working with her Also read:Deepika calls ex-boyfriend Ranbir ‘bro’ at ‘Tamasha’ trailer launch “I learnt a lot working with Deepika We did our second film together ‘Bachna Ae Haseeno’ and then we did ‘Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani’ which was a big hit To see her grow as an actor and to this extent was really heart-warming encouraging and really inspiring for me” he said after launching with her the trailer of Imtiaz Ali’s much-anticipated romantic film “Tamasha” here on Tuesday Also read:I have had a lot of family dinners with Katrina Kaif and her family says Ranbir Kapoor “For me ‘Tamasha’ is very special to come with this team together And I really hope that the people give the film a chance in the theatres and they enjoy the film It’s the second film with Imtiaz and second film with Sajid Nadiadwala my third film with Deepika and my eleventh film with Siddharth Roy Kapur (UTV Motion Pictures) So I’m really excited to work with this team” he said Watch Deepika Padukone and Ranbir Kapoor at the trailer launch of ‘Tamasha’: The trailer was also launched on digital mediums and it was soon getting widely discussed on social media similar to the response the first look had garnered The chemistry between Ranbir and Deepika definitely strikes through but perhaps some might consider it a tad emotional Also read:‘Tamasha’ trailer: Deepika Ranbir look stunning in this deja-vu inducing film About the director of the film Ranbir credits Imtiaz’s “Rockstar” as an important milestone in his career “‘Rockstar’ taught me and gave me a lot of success awards and learning” See pics:Ranbir Kapoor Deepika Padukone Unveil Their ‘Tamasha’ About the tagline “Why always the same story” Imtiaz said: “Sometimes the same kind of events occur in life and then we blame our circumstances for it and say that this is how life is You never become who you are really as an individual “And the same story repeats for you unless you take control of your life You change that by saying that you’re not enjoying matters and that you’ll make your own endings in life that’s when a different kind of ‘tamasha’ takes place” “Tamasha” produced by Sajid Nadiadwala is slated to release on November 27 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by New York Times | Published: November 15 2011 3:24 am Related News Mark Landler It may seem strange in an era of cyberwarfare and drone attacksbut the newest front in the rivalry between the United States and China is a tropical seawhere the drive to tap rich offshore oil and gas reserves has set off a conflict akin to the gunboat diplomacy of the 19th century The Obama administration first waded into the treacherous waters of the South China Sea last year when Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton declaredat a tense meeting of Asian countries in Hanoithat the United States would join Vietnamthe Philippines and other countries in resisting Beijings efforts to dominate the sea Chinapredictablywas enraged by what it viewed as American meddling For all its echoes of the 1800snot to mention the Cold Warthe showdown in the South China Sea augurs a new type of maritime conflictwhere fuel-hungry economic powersnewly accessible undersea energy riches and even changes in the earths climate are conspiring to create a 21st-century contest for the seas China is not alone in its maritime ambitions Turkey has clashed with Cyprus and stoked tensions with Greece and Israel over natural-gas fields that lie under the eastern Mediterranean Several powersincluding RussiaCanada and the United Statesare eagerly circling the Arcticwhere melting polar ice is opening up new shipping routes and the tantalising possibility of vast oil and gas deposits beneath This hunt for resources is going to consume large bodies of water around the world for at least the next couple of decades?It is very strange that the Remunerative Projects (RP) cell that deals with parking lots 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We need all our squad fit because we can’t rotate in the way we would like to keep them fresh.nor take action against chemists who sell them such medicines, said an ANC officer Senior officers said medical drugs are not mentioned in the act the unit uses to nab offenders Drugswhich are sold at chemist shops are not mentioned in the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act There are cough syrups like Rex Cough and Phensydylwhich are used as intoxicants and we have also come across cases where pain releaving ointments have been usedbut we have not been able to take action as we do not have the prerogative to do so? But META is not unfamiliar grounds for the 49-year-old, It added, and younger brother of TV magnet Ekta Kapoor, The court has slated the case for hearing on October 23, 2015 3:11 am BJP members Vijender Gupta and O P Sharma in the assembly Wednesday. The combined tournament is the year’s one of the four World Cups in the International Shooting Sport Federation’s (ISSF) calendar. Manish and Hetal escaped unhurt, Nanut also feels that wine is still considered as a luxury food item in India.

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