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Ceppi said:”Once we know the teams,we would be much more proficient about promotions and seewhether there’re any interesting teams coming to Kolkata to drive a particular promotion “We will work with the state government Nobody wants to see an empty stadium it affects poorly not only on the city but also on the tournament We will find a way to bring people to the stadium” Ceppi added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: August 1 2016 1:42 pm When asked if Salman Khan will be seen in the film Sanjay Dutt said “I don’t know if Salman is in the biopic or not but I would wish to have him in the film in a cameo” Related News Actor Sanjay Dutt says he would love to have superstar close friend Salman Khan make a guest appearance in his upcoming biopic Sanjay’s director friend Rajkumar Hirani is making the much-anticipated movie which has Ranbir Kapoor playing the “Munna Bhai MBBS” actor When asked if Salman will be seen in the film Dutt said “I don’t know if Salman is in the biopic or not but I would wish to have him in the film in a cameo” The 56-year-old actor is co-producing the film with Hirani The movie’s script has been penned by Hirani and writer Abhijat Joshi “Raju Hirani’s company and mine are making the biopic on me together I haven’t heared the script yet but I hope it will be good” the actor said at the red carpet of Femina Miss India Finale 2016 here On his own acting projects Dutt said “My first two films will be with Siddharth Anand and Vidhu Vinod Chopra Work on ‘Munna Bhai 3’ will start after the biopic is finished” Watch Video:Happy With Salman Khan’s Acquittal Don’t Want Him To Go Through What I Did: Sanjay Dutt Dutt’s biopic is expected to hit theatres on Christmas 2017 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: August 15 2016 4:43 pm Salman Khan’s first look from Tubelight shows him dressed as a soldier walking with his fellow comrade with a gun and a backpack on the battlefield Top News Salman Khan’s first look from Tubelight is out and it seems like director Kabir Khan is all set for his next hit with the Dabangg Khan The first look of Tubelight is a closeup shot of Salman Khan taken from back He is seen dressed as a soldier walking with his fellow comrade with a gun and a backpack on the battlefield It also shows tall mountain ranges of Ladakh in the background Tubelight is set in the backdrop of 1962 war between China and India at the Sino-Indian border On the occasion of India celebrating it’s 70th Independence Day director Kabir Khan took to Twitter to share the first shot of his upcoming film featuring the protagonist Salman Khan as a soldier Sharing the first look Kabir also wished everyone a Happy Independence Day from the team of Tubelight Salman Khan and Kabir Khan have been shooting for the film in the picturesque Ladakh Recently they wrapped up the Ladakh leg ahead of their schedule Salman is cast opposite a Chinese actress Zhu Zhu in the film The film has created immense buzz ever since it was announced and has become the topic of discussion in the tinsel town In the film Salman Khan allegedly will play the character of a man with special needs for the first time in his acting career It is essentially a love story Salman has been cast opposite his real-life brother Sohail Khan in the film This is the third film where Kabir and Salman are collaborating after Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Ek Tha Tiger Tubelight is scheduled to release on Eid next year For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Hockenheim | Published: August 2 2016 10:50 pm The circuit has a contract for 2018 and intends to see it out but a question mark hangs over 2017 (Source: Reuters) Top News Hockenheim will host the German Formula One Grand Prix again in 2018 but next year’s race remains uncertain The race held every year since 1960 was dropped last season after the Nuerburgring – which had an alternating deal with Hockenheim – came under new ownership that balked at paying the hosting fee Hockenheim was reluctant to bear the cost for a third year in a row after suffering substantial losses in 2014 when only 52000 fans turned up on race day The circuit has a contract for 2018 and intends to see it out but a question mark hangs over 2017 “They will have a race in 2018 100 percent” said Katja Heim who has worked with Hockenheim as a media and marketing consultant since the 1980s The race is a home one for champions Mercedes and for Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel but there is no deal in place for next year Heim said Hockenheim would consider whether to do so and could step in provided there was outside assistance or if there was a surge of interest but that looked doubtful “I really doubt that they would do the 2017 race” she said “They can’t take a risk and I’m not sure whether there is any party or organisation which would guarantee or help them to avoid any risks “It could be that there is no event next year and it could be that all of a sudden Formula One will be such a hot potato again that Hockenheim says Okay we go for it” Germany held two races during seven times world champion Michael Schumacher’s heyday with the Nuerburgring race run as the European Grand Prix But attendances have dwindled since Schumacher retired a slide that not even Mercedes’s success or Vettel’s run of four consecutive world titles with Red Bull could reverse Circuits meanwhile must pay substantial hosting fees A total of 57000 fans attended Sunday’s race more than in 2014 but still below levels required for the circuit to break even Heim estimated that to be around the 70-80000 mark For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by ANI | London | Published: March 31 2010 8:23 am Related News Victorias Secret Angel Miranda Kerr has revealed the secrets behind her successful modeling career fried chicken and Aussie meat pies I studied nutrition and really believe in healthy eating and well being but I have my moments?so pie and chicken are great for me. For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: February 17 2017 1:51 am Top News THREE WORKERS died and another fell ill after inhaling poisonous fumes while cleaning a septic tank in Malad Thursday The Malvani police have registered a case of death due to negligence against unknown persons The incident took place around 930 am when four workers were cleaning a septic tank at a private residence in Malvani village in Malad Murti Ramaswamy (35) and Maya Kashi (25) died on the spot after inhaling the poisonous gas inside the tank while Kashi Raman (45) died later in Shatabdi hospital in Kandivli Watch What Else Is Making News The fourth worker Rajkumar Harijan (35) is receiving treatment at the hospital and is said to be in a stable condition “The four workers had gone to clean out the septic tank in Malvani village When they descended inside the tank three of them inhaled poisonous fumes and collapsed inside the tank Two of them died in the tank” said police inspector Mahesh Thakur investigating officer in the case The fire brigade was called in which lifted the four out According to the police the workers were not wearing any safety equipment such as gas masks helmets or gloves The workers were hired independently and did not work for any particular firm the police said “We are investigating the case and will take action against the accused whose negligence led to the death of the workers” the officer added mumbainewsline@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Martin Sherman | Updated: June 13 2014 1:22 pm Modi’s victory comes at an auspicious time Related News The dust has settled after the frenzied activity of India’s general elections and the resounding victory of the BJP’s Narendra Modi allowing a more considered assessment of the ramifications including a judicious look at the likely impact on an important element of India’s external ties — New Delhi’s strategic ties with Israel The first piece I wrote on the strategic significance of the Indo-Israeli relationship was in the late-1990s It was a policy paper entitled “Indo-Israeli Strategic Cooperation as an US National Interest” which I co-authored with a prominent Indian intellectual the late professor ML Sondhi To the best of my knowledge this was the first work involving an Israeli academic that identified the strategic potential inherent in a partnership between these two very different but very similar democracies — the one comprising a minute sliver of land on the eastern flank of the Mediterranean Sea the other a gigantic land mass in South Asia Both emerged from British colonialism less than a year apart in the latter part of the 1940s Together they straddle a vast swathe of western Asia comprised of an assorted blend of tyrannies — ranging from military dictatorships through nepotistic monarchies to despotic theocracies We characterised the affinity between the two countries not as a narrow and transient “perception of common interests” but as a far broader and enduring “common perception of interests” — in other words not so much a transitory confluence of common prevailing goals but a long-term common understanding of what national goals should be The difference is profound and significant and likely to become more so especially in light of the emerging global changes the international system is presently undergoing — particularly in regard to the shifting balance of global economic power and the changes in the US-Israel relationship We pointed to the remarkable resilience of democracies in both countries: “…the political milieu of both India and Israel is one that might have been expected to be highly conducive to the growth of dictatorship Both countries have had to contend with threats to national security periods of economic hardship political assassination and ethno-religious rivalries The fact that authoritarianism has not taken root in either country bears eloquent testimony to the deeprooted commitment of both to the principles of liberty pluralism and the right of dissent” Is the relationship now poised to go into “overdrive” While it is true that diplomatic relations were established under the rule of the Congress party (in 1992) there is little doubt that the warmth between the two nations increased perceptibly after the BJP came to power in 1998 It is also true that when the Congress surprisingly regained power in 2004 the fear that the relationship would deteriorate significantly did not materialise However it is difficult to deny a sense of reticence in the relationship with Israel on the part of the Congress formed as it was in the ideological crucible of “non-aligned” “anti-colonial” doctrine which tended to see Israel somewhat tainted with colonialist trimmings But with what Reuters termed last month’s “trouncing [of] the ruling Nehru-Gandhi dynasty in a seismic political shift” which reflected “the most resounding election victory India has seen in 30 years” such inhibitions are likely to be cast aside Indeed following Modi’s landslide victory there are strong expectations that the warmth will return to bilateral ties One prominent US source went so far as to predict that “Modi’s victory has the potential to send these efforts into overdrive” Modi’s victory comes at an auspicious time There are distinct indications that the Indian public is very amenable to closer bonds with Israel Surveys conducted by Israel’s foreign ministry reveal very high levels of popular support for Israel — topping even that in the US According to one well-placed Israeli diplomat “Rural Indians see Israel as an agricultural superpower” while “urban India sees Israel as a leader of innovation and entrepreneurship” The potential for cooperation between the two countries is almost limitless ranging from nanotechnology to mega infrastructure projects However a few spheres can be singled out as likely to be of particular interest: one intelligence and counter-intelligence collaboration; two naval cooperation in the Indian Ocean theatre; three development of rural India; and four sidestepping EU sanctions Intelligence and counter-intelligence collaboration: Given Modi’s robust record in dealing with unrest during his incumbency as chief minister of Gujarat it seems plausible to surmise his administration’s approach to the threat of radical terror is likely to converge with that of the Israeli security establishment Like-minded perceptions regarding common threats will in all probability lead to enhanced collaboration in intelligence and counter-intelligence activities This is certainly likely to apply to collection and sharing of information and perhaps might even extend to operational levels Naval cooperation: As India’s international stature has grown so has the importance of its navy The Indian Ocean long of paramount importance for Delhi has become increasingly significant strategically for Israel too and not just for maintaining the security of trade routes to its expanding markets in Asia With the heightened menace of Iran it is becoming an important theatre for Israeli naval operations — not least amongst these is its submarine-borne second-strike capability Both India and Israel have very clear common interests in preserving the security of navigation and developing the availability of logistical support for surface and sub-surface vessels Development of rural India: Perhaps the greatest challenge facing India today is the development of its rural sector where 70 per cent of its population lives with many of them close to or below the poverty line Modi has already demonstrated his awareness of this sector’s crucial importance by declaring immediately after the results that he will assign top priority to it Perhaps more than any other field this is where Israel can make a dramatic contribution not only in enhancing the performance of Indian agriculture but also in upgrading the level of rural life including the creation of non-farm employment such as rural tourism medicine recreation cottage industries etc Sidestepping EU sanctions: For Israel the development of economic ties with Asian powers in general and India in particular has a strategic significance that goes well beyond commercial profit Facing the spectre of economic sanctions brandished particularly by the EU the Indian market with the growing purchasing power of a burgeoning Indian middle class and a convergence of the patterns of consumerism with those in the West provides an intriguing alternative offering huge opportunities for Israeli enterprises It may yet be early days to make definitive judgement calls but there is certainly much room for optimism as to the future relationship between what is undoubtedly the world’s largest democracy India and what is arguably the world most beleaguered one Israel The writer a former advisor to the Israeli government is founder and executive director of the Israel Institute for Strategic Studies For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMUMBAI/BENGALURU (Reuters) – Moody’s Investors Service upgraded India’s sovereign credit rating for the first time in nearly 14 years on Friday saying continued progress on economic and institutional reforms would boost the country’s growth potential A cashier displays the new 2000 Indian rupee banknotes inside a bank in Jammu November 15 2016 REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta/FilesThe agency said it was lifting India’s rating to Baa2 from Baa3 and changed its rating outlook to stable from positive as risks to India’s credit profile were broadly balanced The upgrade Moody’s first of India since January 2004 moves the rating to the second-lowest investment grade one notch higher than Standard & Poor’s and Fitch which have kept India just above “junk” status for a decade and more The decision by Moody’s is a plaudit for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government and the reforms it has pushed through and comes just weeks after the World Bank moved India up 30 places in its annual ease of doing business rankings Indian stocks bonds and the rupee rallied “It seems like Santa Claus has already opened his bag of goodies” said Lakshmi Iyer head of fixed income at Kotak Mutual Fund “The (ratings) move is overall positive for bonds which were caught in a negative spiral This is a structural positive which would lead to easing in yields across tenors” India had lobbied Moody’s hard for an upgrade last year but failed The agency cited doubts about the country’s debt levels and fragile banks and declined to budge despite government criticism of its rating methodology Finance Minister Arun Jaitley told reporters the upgrade was a “belated recognition” of the steps the government has taken to fix India’s $2 trillion economy Modi’s top colleagues portrayed it as a further victory for the prime minister after US-based research agency Pew released a survey this week that showed nearly nine out of 10 Indians held a favourable opinion of him OTHER UPGRADES DOUBTED But some economists said the other big rating agencies were unlikely to follow suit soon Radhika Rao an economist at DBS said implementation of reforms a subdued rural sector and weak investment had slowed growth while rising oil prices have raised risks to the economy “We don’t think the other two global rating agencies Fitch and S&P will follow up in a hurry based on their cautious rhetoric” she said noting their concerns on “weak” state and central government finances A Moody’s sign on the 7 World Trade Center tower is photographed in New York August 2 2011 REUTERS/Mike Segar/FilesJaitley said the government will stick to the path of fiscal consolidation It is targeting a fiscal deficit of 32 percent of gross domestic product for the year ending in March 2018 falling to 3 percent in 2018/19 “We will maintain the fiscal discipline” he said expressing confidence that existing policies will let India “glide” to a stronger financial position Moody’s separately raised the ratings of top Indian lender State Bank of India and HDFC Bank as well as state-run energy firms NTPC NHPC and GAIL India Limited and the National Highways Authority of India potentially lowering their borrowing costs MARKETS SURGE India’s benchmark 10-year bond yield fell to as low as 694 percent before ending at 705 percent while the rupee ended at 6502 per dollar stronger from 653250 at Thursday’s close The main Mumbai stock index closed 067 percent higher India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi participates in the opening session of the 15th ASEAN-India Summit at the Philippine International Convention Center in Manila Philippines November 14 2017 Reuters/Ezra Acayan/PoolBut debt traders said heavy bond supply and a hawkish inflation outlook meant the rally was unlikely to last beyond a few days “Who has the guts to continue buying in this market” said a bond trader at a private bank Moody’s said the recently introduced goods and services tax (GST) a landmark reform that turned India’s 29 states into a single customs union for the first time would boost productivity by removing barriers to inter-state trade “The upgrade takes into account the potential impact of the recent good and services tax reform to support growth over time” Marie Diron associate managing director sovereign risk group at Moody’s Investors Service told Reuters She said Moody’s had also accounted for a higher general government deficit adding: “We think there is a commitment to fiscal consolidation even if there are some slippages in the short-term” But some market participants questioned the timing of the upgrade with one foreign bank dealing describing it as “a little dicey given . concerns about the government’s fiscal discipline” Moody’s said it expects India’s real GDP growth to moderate to 67 percent in the fiscal year ending in March 2018 from 71 percent a year earlier The agency also raised India’s local currency senior unsecured debt rating to Baa2 from Baa3 and its short-term local currency rating to P-2 from P-3 Moody’s said that while a number of key reforms remain at an early stage it believes those already implemented will advance the government’s objective of improving the business climate enhancing productivity and stimulating investment “Longer term India’s growth potential is significantly higher than most other Baa-rated sovereigns” said Moody‘s This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Los Angeles | Published: September 25 2012 4:44 pm Related News Blue was the colour of choice at this year’s Emmy Awardswith ‘Modern Family’ star Sofia Vergara leading the way in a glamorous aqua-coloured Zuhair Murad dress Blue was the colour of choice at this year’s Emmy Awards Many female stars at the prestigious event in Los Angeles last night (230912) opted for the shadewith ‘Modern Family’ star Sofia Vergara leading the way in a glamorous aqua-coloured Zuhair Murad dresswhich highlighted her stunning curves Heidi Klum and Nicole Kidman also opted for different shades of bluewith Heidi going for a low-cut Alexandre Vauthier frockcomplete with a thigh-high splitwhile Nicole looked stunning in a blue-and-white Antonio Berardi gown Hayden PanettiereJulianne HoughZooey Deschanel and Michelle Dockery also dazzled in blue with all of them opting for floor-length numbers While blue was a popular choicenot everyone opted for it Pregnant star Claire Danes – who when Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series – looked stunning in a yellow Lanvin creation while ‘Modern Family’ actress Julie Bowen also went for yellow in a floor-length Monique Lhuillier gown TV presenter Cat Deeley wowed in a beautiful red Tadashi Shoji dresswhile new mother Giuliana Rancic went for a simple black Romona Keveza number Christina Hendricks showed off her curves in a silver Christian Siriano gownwhile fellow ‘Mad Men’ star Jessica Pare executed old school glamour with red lips and diamond earrings in her white Jason Wu dress Bangshowbiz For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News China, I do enjoy it more when I have my family around me though.

Lalu Prasad Yadav was the chief minister of Bihar. Source: Reuters) Related News Scientists are developing robots with hairy electronic skin that can “feel” its surroundings, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Saritha Rai | Updated: March 16, which was much needed, the General stressed the need to resolve the Kashmir dispute. “I work every day to play better.000 Indian soldiers lost their lives in the Gallipoli campaign. Coast Guard and Air Force to save the lives of fishermen affected by #CycloneOckhi: 357 fishermen have been saved as of 10 am today, for fear of “giving offence”,” said a parent.

? a 61-year-old accomplice of Jadhav was also arrested for allegedly allowing Jadhav to use her home to assault the woman. who will hold a rally in Chandrapur on Friday, Sindhu was unlucky to fetch an amount of just Rs 39 lakh despite being the best Indian iconic player after her performance at the Rio Olympics.” the officer said. a resident of Palwal district’s Hodal village. Also read |? None of the World XI batsmen could stay in the middle for long as they kept falling at regular intervals.when parties standing on the plank of local Kannada pride had exploited the emotive Cauvery issue with the tacit support of the Congress government to brew hatred against Tamils. “They are incredibly young and it’s a good experience to go through as long as you win because it starts to build some inner belief.

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