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A cross case was registered in the Police Station Sector 26 on charges of criminal intimidation (506 of the IPC) and voluntarily causing hurt (323 of IPC) The accused in the matterRandeep Singh Nabhathe sitting Congress MLA from Nabhaformer golf course captain SS Lehal Lt Colonel (Retd) Vijay Singh Sandhu and the internationally renowned athlete Milka Singh Talks on about fees The UT Administration on Thursday informed the Punjab and Haryana High Court that talks are on with the arbitrator and the final decision will soon be conveyed to the High Court regarding petition filed by the Chandigarh Golf Club (CGC) against the enhanced lease amount sought by the Chandigarh Administration to the Punjab and Haryana High Court The court had asked the authorities to pay Rs 20 lakhs to the administration on January 30 The case has been listed for the next hearing on May 1 this year For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: March 29 2016 9:20 pm Kangana Ranaut 29 already a two-time National award-winner recently won the best actress honour for her dual role in “Tanu Weds Manu Returns” Related News “Aligarh” director Hansal Mehta who has teamed up with National award-winner Kangana Ranaut for his next film “Simran” feels the actress is one of the big success stories of Bollywood Read:National Awards 2016: Here is the complete List of Winners Ranaut 29 already a two-time National award-winner recently won the best actress honour for her dual role in “Tanu Weds Manu Returns” See Pics:63rd National Film Awards: Amitabh Bachchan Kangana Ranaut Baahubali are big winners “I have asked her for a party I always say that Kangana is one of the big success stories of Bollywood from zero to hero I am very happy for her win” Mehta told PTI Also read:National award 2016 winners Kangana Ranaut Bhansali Kabir Khan in celebratorymode His last directorial outing “Aligarh” has won widespread praise for handling the issue of homosexuality in a sensitive manner by re-telling the tragic but true story of Aligarh Muslim University Professor S R Siras Read: 63rd National Film Awards: Baahubali Best Film Amitabh Bachchan Best Actor Kangana wins Best Actress When asked whether he expects a National award next year for “Aligarh” Mehta said “That’s too early to say but we will apply for the Awards” “Aligarh” starred Manoj Bajpayee and Rajkummar Rao in lead roles Mehta is already a National awardee as he won the best directing honour for “Shahid” (2013) For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: January 23 2016 7:51 pm Milpa Zaveri who has written adult comedy films like “Masti” and “Grand Masti” said: “We have started pushing the envelope a little bit more What really has evolved is the business of these films” Related News Director-writer Milap Zaveri currently awaiting the release of his forthcoming sex comedy movie “Mastizaade” says the business of adult comedy films has evolved Zaveri who has written adult comedy films like “Masti” and “Grand Masti” told IANS: “We have started pushing the envelope a little bit more What really has evolved is the business of these films Right from ‘Masti’ to ‘Grand Masti’ it’s been a great graph… it has risen and more people have accepted (such films)” Also read:Milap Zaveri on why Sunny Leone’s Mastizaade is notvulgar The director thinks that it is “coming-of-age of adult comedies” “For ‘Mastizaade’ the entire industry tweeted the promo and they supported it… which I think is actually the coming-of-age of adult comedies There are stars who don’t do these kind of films but actually are supporting these films” he added Asked if he would like to venture into other genres as well Zaveri said: “I would love to explore other genres The next film I’m doing is called ‘Mubarakan’ It’s a comedy but not an adult comedy But if you ask me I would love to direct a film like ‘Ek Villain’ Of all the films that I have written it’s one of the closest to my heart” Zaveri’s directorial which is slated to hit the screens on January 29 also stars Sunny Leone Vir Das and Tusshar Kapoor For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tabassum Barnagarwala | Mumbai | Updated: May 13 2016 9:12 am For beedi rollers division of opinion on whether to continue this work or learn new skills remains even as manufacturers debate over their next move after the SC decision to implement 85 per cent warning on packets (Express Photo by Nirmal Harindran) Related News When two middle-aged women committed suicide by consuming wall paint powder manufactured locally after all beedi factories shut down in April Geeta Ambivali whose family has been involved in beedi rolling for three generations was inspired to act She sent her daughter Priyanka (18) to a local stitching workshop at Lodhi Gali determined to put her into a new profession “I see an end of the beedi industry with this new warning system on packages” she said Like her at least three other women who have been rolling beedis for several years made the hard switch From a job they had grown comfortable in within the walls of their home they are now stepping out to learn something new Priyanka has already learnt to stitch towels uniforms and caps in the last few weeks “I will earn Rs 2000 per month by stitching” she said Her father’s death forced her to drop out of school in eighth class to aid her mother in beedi rolling Together they would earn Rs 2400 every month to run the house Share This Article Related Article Her friend Deepal Gorandivale (17) is learning to stitch even as her mother and aunts continue the beedi rolling work “At our age it is hard to learn a new skill These young girls can still learn” says Sharda Kanyalal (40) who has been rolling beedis for 25 years earning Rs 150 every day for every 1000 tendu leaves she rolls and ties with a thread after stuffing them with tobacco Solapur’s Gandhi Nagar Lodhi Gali Shastri Nagar and areas in the city’s southern extension are known to house over 50000 beedi rollers all women and several thousand more who work without registration With 400 to 500 major beedi factories in Solapur these women work for multiple factories to expand their income Sangeeta Phatphatwali (38) was a beedi roller since childhood learning the skill by watching her mother Four months ago she started learning to sew “I am now trying to convince other women to start stitching Beedi rolling caused back pain and my thumb would get stiff” she said But the change is slow and not all women wish to change their profession Lingawe Sholapure (55) was asked to produce her daughter’s authorised registration of beedi rolling when the groom’s family came with a marriage proposal “Men agree to marry if a girl has a registration It is a matter of pride to roll beedis” she said A 1000 women staying in Gandhi Nagar agree with her In the narrow lanes of this colony all women in a family can be seen cutting tendu leaves rolling beedis or tying threads even as their children mimic them in the one room space filled with the whiff of tobacco For widow Bano Bashir Nadaf (30) who has two daughters beedi rolling from 8 am to 9 pm earns her Rs 100 every day She has been rolling beedis for 20 years “I can’t leave my children at home and work out This is the only skill that pays at home” she said While she wishes to earn more she claims there are few alternatives For the few who dare to leave the trade there are no employers When beedi factories remained shut throughout April Narsamma Sherle was denied domestic work in the several households she approached because of her family’s decades old association with beedi rolling Like her Kaushalya Anil was turned away by towel factories For beedi rollers mostly Muslims and migrants from Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka the division of opinion on whether to continue this work or learn new skills remains even as beedi manufacturers debate over their next move after the Supreme Court’s decision to implement 85 per cent warning on packets Dhikusa Beedi owner Sunil Kshatriya said “We will keep protesting against the 85 per cent warning as there will be no space to display our brand’s name The fight for this has not ended” Meanwhile local MLA Praniti Shinde is now setting up more sewing machines to provide an alternate skill source for these women Currently she has set up ten centres in various areas of Solapur WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Perth | Published: November 7 2016 1:26 pm Kasigo Rabada took five wickets in second innings and seven in the match for South Africa (Source: Reuters) Top News Paceman Kagiso Rabada took 5-92 as South Africa completed an emphatic 177-run victory over Australia in the first Test at the WACA on Monday after dismissing the hosts for 361 just before tea on the final day The tourists claimed a third successive victory at the WACA after 2008 and 2012 triumphs and a 1-0 lead in the series which continues in Hobart on Saturday and concludes with a day-nighter at Adelaide Oval Australia’s batsmen were unable to cope with Rabada’s pace and swing as the 21-year-old took his fourth five-wicket haul in his ninthTest making light of the absence of South Africa’s injured pace spearhead Dale Steyn South Africa declared on 540-8 after lunch on Sunday leaving Australia with an imposing 539-run victory target or more realistically almost five sessions to bat out for a draw The hosts had looked in a strong position on day two when having dismissed South Africa for 242 they were 158 without loss before collapsing to 244 all out Australia had resumed 169-4 and Usman Khawaja Mitchell Marsh and Mitchell Starc were dismissed before lunch with Peter Siddle following after the break Peter Nevill who finished on 60 not out and Josh Hazlewood stalled the march to victory with a dogged partnership of 65 before Australia’s number 10 batsman was caught at short cover for 29 to give Temba Bavuma his maiden Test wicket Nathan Lyon extended the tail further with a 21-ball eight before he was trapped in front by debutant spinner Keshav Maharaj to conclude the match Khawaja had provided the most spirited resistance for much of the innings and after he fell lbw to JP Duminy’s part-time spin three runs shy of his fifth Test century Australia’s already tough task looked all bar impossible Rabada accounted for Mitchell Marsh (26) and Starc (13) both lbw to take his match tally to seven wickets Bavuma whose brilliant run out accounted for opener David Warner on Sunday almost claimed another key victim with his first delivery in Test cricket Khawaja on 84 was plumb LBW after the ball hit a crack and thudded into his front pad but the 26-year-old had overstepped the mark and umpire Nigel Llong called a no-ball Lefthander Khawaja had started the morning on 58 and continued to display the same grit and determination that got him through to the close on day four hitting 11 fours and three sixes in his 182-ball knock Duminy’s first delivery skidded into Khawaja’s back pad however and the 29-year-old became the second Australian batsman to perish on 97 after Warner in the first innings the wicket that triggered the collapse For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsKhel Ratna Dhanraj Pillay was just an adolescent when India last won an Olympic gold in hockey A dark and wiry lad who impressed everyone with his skills and speed he dreamt of emulating his idol Mohammed Shahid someday Playing on the soft dusty surface of the Ordnance Factory ground at Khadki Pune which was tended by his father Nagalingam for Pillay an Olympic gold medal was an obsession His brothers and he would pick broken hockey sticks and mend them and play with old scruffy hockey balls They would practice till the sun went down and their doting mother had to call them home for supper Mohammed Shahid’s masterly display at Moscow in 1980 and his combination with Zafar Iqbal had helped India win Olympic gold after a lapse of 16 long years Thirty six years after that triumph Indian hockey is still looking for that elusive magic wand which had won them seven gold medals in eight editions of the Games from 1928 to 1964 Dhanraj and Dhyan Chand Illustration Austin Coutinho It was indeed a ‘magic wand’ that of the wizard Dhyan Chand which had won the hearts of millions of sports lovers the world over in the pre-World War II years Son of an army man he had joined the armed services when he was 16 and had been infatuated by the game He would practice his skills alone late into the night —in moonlight His teammates therefore had christened him ‘Chand’ From 1928 at Amsterdam where India made their Olympic hockey debut to the 1936 Games in Berlin it was Dhyan Chand versus the world He scored 14 goals as India trampled slipshod over Austria Denmark and Switzerland and then took Netherlands to the laundry to win their first Olympic title The Indian team had been seen off at the Bombay Docks by three persons When the team returned from Amsterdam there were thousands of people at the Docks to receive them and to get a glimpse of their Olympic heroes The great depression of the 1930s which was gnawing into the mental and physical reserves of most nations affected participation at the Los Angeles Games India displaying mesmeric skills thumped Japan 11-1 and then blitzed the Americans with two dozen goals The lone American goal came when India’s goalkeeper Allen was signing autographs The Berlin Games were allegedly played under the shadow of the swastika India again ran through the league stage like a hot knife through butter They trounced France 10-0 in the semifinals and qualified to meet Germany in the finals on August 15 1936 The Germans had worked hard together for two years Big-built they played physical hockey and kept the score down to 0-1 at the crossover The Indians then unleashed their magical skills and scored seven more goals The home team reduced the margin through a rebound And after losing a tooth Dhyan Chand asked his players to play ‘pass-ball’ and teach the Germans a lesson in clean hockey Stories of Dhyan Chand’s wizardry abound —perhaps apocryphal —where Hitler is said to have offered him the post of a colonel in the German army which he refused politely; where his stick was broken down to see if there were magnets in it and where in an exhibition game he was asked to play with an umbrella and he still managed to score a goal Post WWII It was indeed praise worthy effort on part of the IHF to field a team at the London Games of 1948 in the aftermath of World War II and the partition Dhyan Chand had retired but there was a wealth of talent in the Indian team The preliminaries were a walk in the park For some reason Balbir Singh Sr.

is one he will live to regret forever.51 crores on the opening weekend and rolled through the week with record breaking house-full shows. Following the SC order,was shot dead by miscreants in the Tokipur bazar area, The party will not be affected if he switches loyalty.

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