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2014 10:59 pm Related News By Lehar Kala It’s possible the producers of Oscar nominated 12 Years a Slave don’t know yet that apart from the 100 plus awards they’ve garnered, socially inept, it was apparent that Pakistan had come out with what Ram Prasad Bismil famously described as sarfaroshi ki tamanna. Indian fielders kept missing everything. living with just Rs 2," And in a sign of the seemingly ever widening corruption probe within global football, ?? An officer said the email mentioned that Bapat was travelling in a flight and was unable to access his bank account to transfer money to a friend, Puerto Rico, Swamy cites technical rules that smack of discretionary approvals by Chidambaram — but the key point is that waiver of rules.

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"We are constantly saying this.which accumulate forces for positive change, But since no one but Maria and Emile know what really happened on that day,3 billion people, has fetched a number of awards at film festivals, It prompted Satyanshu to quit medicine and shift to Mumbai with his brother. Sirisena,K. John Stamos and Orlando Bloom “A lot of comedians I know have a dark side though I don’t need any darkness I think I’ve got a lot on my plate right now but I’ll let you know” she said Also read |Scarlett Johansson speaks out on gender wage gap in Hollywood Scarlett Johansson had recently filed for divorce from her husband of two years Romain Dauriac The 32-year-old star who separated from Dauriac in January is also headed for a custody battle reported The New York Post The Avengers star has sued Dauriac in Manhattan Supreme Court saying that their marriage is “irretrievably broken” The former couple have a daughter Rose Dorothy 2 who was born shortly after they got hitched in 2014 Johansson is also asking a judge to give her primary custody of their only child (With inputs from IANS) For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Berlin | Published: August 17 2017 5:54 pm “Manuel Neuer will not be playing tomorrow” Carlo Ancelotti told reporters on Thursday (Source: File) Top News Bayern Munich will be without goalkeeper Manuel Neuer when the Bundesliga season gets under way with the champions’ first league match against Bayer Leverkusen on Friday coach Carlo Ancelotti said Germany keeper Neuer broke a bone in his foot in April and has since been working on his comeback but Friday’s league opener will come too soon according to the Italian coach “Manuel Neuer will not be playing tomorrow” Ancelotti told reporters on Thursday “We will not take any risks” Bayern the pre-season favourites will launch their bid for a record-extending sixth straight Bundesliga title having easily shaken off any domestic opposition in the past few seasons But they will be without a string of injured players including Jerome Boateng Thiago Alcantara Javi Martinez and new signing James Rodriguez among other when they take on Leverkusen “We have injured players but that is not a big problem” Ancelotti said However the coach in his second season in Munich will have David Alaba and Arjen Robben back as they have recovered from their injuries “Both are in a good condition But I will decide on the lineup tomorrow” Ancelotti said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Tushar Bhaduri | New Delhi | Updated: August 22 2017 11:44 am West Indies are yet to win a Test match in England since 2000 (Source: Reuters) Related News It was an all too familiar story that played out at Edgbaston in the first ever day/night Test in England West Indies lost 19 wickets in a day to lose by an innings batting for a combined duration of six and a half hours But the most damning fact is that this sort of capitulation was not entirely unexpected The West Indies have been lurching from one disaster to the next for a long time They drew with England in their last series in the Caribbean in April-May 2015 but it has been mostly downhill ever since Diminishing returns West Indies have won just two Tests in their last 18 losing 13 of those games Clearly while they are not winning they don’t even seem to have the ability to hold on for a draw Recently their No11 batsman Shannon Gabriel got out playing a big shot when only one over remained to be negotiated to ensure a drawn series against Pakistan Minus 200 In eight of their Tests over this period the West Indies have conceded a lead of over 200 on first innings showing the gulf of class between them and most of the other teams They have managed to be in front on first innings in only one match out of their last 18 Too few 5-wicket hauls Bowlers win matches The likes of Shannon Gabriel Devendra Bishoo Jason Holder and Miguel Cummins have impressed with the ball off and on but they have not done it consistently enough or as a unit to have the desired impact The West Indians have had 9 five-wicket hauls in the last 18 Tests but they have translated into only two victories Opposition bowlers have had 14 of them in the same period Centurions of wrong kind Test cricket is a battle of attrition with quality batsmen forcing opposition bowlers to a hard graft forcing them to bowl a lot of overs and conceding a lot of runs West Indies bowlers have conceded over a 100 runs in an innings as many as 20 times in the last 18 Tests while their own batsmen have forced opposition bowlers to do so on just six occasions Different fortunes in T20 While their Test team flounders the West Indies are an irresistible force in Twenty20 cricket They have won two of the last three World Cups in the shortest format in which their most famous stars join hands They have a successful Caribbean Premier League which attracts a lot of spectators while the Test team plays in front of sparse crowds as nobody wants to pay to see their team lurch from one seemingly inevitable defeat to another Speaking of disaster “This lot are the worst Test team I have seen in more than 50 years of watching playing and commentating on cricket They can’t bat can’t bowl I take no pleasure out of saying this as I played against some of the greatest players the world has ever seen wearing the maroon cap of the West Indies” – Geoffrey Boycott “I talked with Sir Viv Richards and Sir Andy Roberts before and during the Test about how we used to dominate world cricket about pride and passion That’s what’s lacking People feel sad for us and that’s just not right” – Curtly Ambrose 6 – Number of centuries West Indian batsmen have scored since their home series against England more than two years ago Of these three have been by Roston Chase In stark contrast opposition batsmen have feasted on their mediocre bowling helping themselves to 22 hundreds in the last 18 Tests For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AFP | London | Published: August 8 2017 7:24 pm Justin Gatlin 35 had been loudly booed throughout the 100m rounds (Source: AP) Top News Athletics chief Sebastian Coe and the IAAF’s treatment of controversial 100 metres world champion Justin Gatlin is ‘inhumane’ and ‘unsportsmanlike’ the athlete’s agent told the BBC in a blistering attack British athletics legend Coe — a two-time 1500m Olympic champion — had told the BBC on Sunday two-time drugs cheat Gatlin’s victory in the sport’s most high profile event in London which was watched by over eight million viewers in Britain was not the ‘perfect script’ Gatlin 35 had been loudly booed throughout the 100m rounds and the verbal abuse was ratcheted up a few notches when he won the final denying Jamaican superstar Usain Bolt a 12th world title in his last individual final The 60000 plus spectators jeered Gatlin whilst chanting bronze medal winner Bolt’s name as if he were the champion Coe — who had said prior to being elected president of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) he felt ‘queasy’ about dopers returning and winning titles — remarked he wasn’t very excited about the prospect of placing the gold medal around Gatlin’s neck “I’m not eulogistic that someone who has served two bans has walked off with one of our glittering prizes” said the 60-year-old However Gatlin’s agent Renaldo Nehemiah a former 110m hurdles world record holder was scathing about Coe’s remarks “I take offence to with all respect Lord Coe” he told the BBC “I don’t condone doping but Justin Gatlin is not the poster child for it “He’s done his time he plays by the rules the IAAF reinstated him They said if you come back we should accept that “So to put a narrative out that it’s just Justin Gatlin and he’s the bad guy it’s really not fair “It’s inhumane It’s unsportsmanlike” ‘The legend is OK with it’ Nehemiah who won the 1984 Super Bowl with the San Francisco 49ers said Coe and the IAAF should be more gracious and accept their rules allowed athletes like Gatlin to get a chance at redeeming themselves “Lord Coe’s a part of the IAAF who set the rules who set out the punishments and when you serve the punishment you are supposed to be reinstated which these athletes who have offended and abused some of these rules have and if you don’t want them in you should change the rules” said Nehemiah “You don’t allow them in and then still condemn them” said the 58-year-old Coe has always been a hardliner on doping believing second time offenders like Gatlin should have life bans — however that view has fallen foul of the legal system when athletes have gone to court to challenge such punishments Gatlin — who reacted to the crowd’s booing of his victory by placing a finger to his mouth — served a four-year ban from 2006-10 reduced from eight years and also served a prior ban whilst a student although that was also reduced as it was ascertained that he had taken medication for his Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) Nehemiah who missed out on his chance of an Olympics due to the US boycott of the 1980 Games in Moscow over the invasion of Afghanistan said if Bolt could accept graciously that Gatlin was justified in being there then it should be good enough for anybody “If it’s good for Bolt it should be good enough for everyone else” said Nehemiah who observed that when Gatlin competed and won bronze at the 2012 Olympics in London he was not booed “If the king the legend is OK with it we should all be OK with it” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News is happy for the actor.we have not been told what we would be paid for for lifting the bags.

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