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Goes after Bravo but not enough height on it.Fingertips by fielder at mid-off but it goes to the ropes on a bounce 29 from 13 for AB 1625 hrs IST: AB shifts focus to Pravin Tambe with a four and then a six Well that’s what you get for keeping it mighty short to AB 1621 hrs IST: ABD comes on and he just takes little time to get going Second ball and he goes on the backfoot to punch Shivil Kaushik for a SIX 1615 hrs IST:Slower delivery by Kulkarni and Gayle chops on to the leg stump Departs forjust 6 from 13 balls – his poor run continues 1614 hrs IST:Small ground and a pacey delivery equals to four runs for Chris Gayle Just gently steers it with no third man in place 1612 hrs IST: So utterly needless by Ravindra Jadeja Has a go at the non-striker’s end with Chris Gayle comfortably inside the crease and it deflects to the ropes for an overthrow Kulkarni is not happy 1608 hrs IST: Praveen Kumarwith an outswinger and Kohli slashes it for a four Not in control of that shot as it goes over the jumping fielder 1607 hrs IST:Slow start for RCB 3/0 after 2 overs 1604 hrs IST: Dhawal Kulkarni from the other end 1603 hrs IST: Just one run in the first over – a leg bye 1600 hrs IST: Virat Kohli and Chris Gayle in the middle Praveen Kumar with the ball 1600 hrs IST: RCB ina shiny green kit Their ‘away’ kits… 1545 hrs IST: Akshdeep Nath comes in for Suresh Raina who misses his first ever IPL game No changes for Bangalore 1540 hrs IST: TEAMS: GL XI: DR Smith B McCullum E Dwivedi D Karthik A Finch DJ Bravo R Jadeja P Kumar D Kulkarni S Kaushik P Tambe — IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) May 14 2016 RCB XI: C Gayle L Rahul V Kohli AB de Villiers S Watson S Baby S Binny C Jordan S Aravind V Aaron Y Chahal — IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) May 14 2016 1530 hrs IST: Gujarat Lions win the toss and opt to bowl first THE BUILD UP: We have given away more runs in death overs:YuzvendraChahal Yuzvendra Chahal admitted that Bangalore bowlers have been conceding far too many runs in death overs (Source: PTI) In a must-win situation in their remaining four matches Royal Challengers Bangalore leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal on Fridaysaid his team seeks to take inspiration from Mumbai Indians who bounced back last year from a dismal position to lift the IPL title Star-studded RCB need to get their act right with the ball Virat Kohli has scored two hundreds in IPL 2016 for RCB (Source: BCCI) Chris Gayle Virat Kohli AB de Villiers Shane Watson and KL Rahul RCB batting is as formidable as it could get With core of the previous editions retained addition of Watson only added more depth Not to forget the contributions Rahul has made at top of the order For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Mumbai | Published: September 13 2014 2:49 pm The actor said he is working even now not out of necessity but because he still loves being in front of the camera Related News Prem Chopra best remembered for his villainous roles in Hindi cinema of the ’60s and ’70s feels baddies in Bollywood now-a-days are better written and are not just about having menacing laugh and feisty one-liners The 78-year-old actor terrorised the audience in films like ‘Aaj Ka Arjun’ ‘Do Raaste’ ‘Bobby’ in which he mouthed the famous dialogue ‘Prem Naam Hai Mera Prem Chopra’ “Previously there were heroes and villains- the former was all about chocolate boy looks good behaviour while the latter was all about negativity Now-a-days the villains that we see in films are very layered… they have a back story as to why they became a villain and are very interesting” Chopra told PTI After a slew of negative roles in films the veteran actor started taking up positive characters from 1996 Since then he has starred in films like ‘Chori Chori Chupke Chupke’ ‘Golmaal 3’ ‘Patiala House’ ‘Rocket Singh: Salesman of the Year’ In the 2012 Saif Ali Khan-starrer ‘Agent Vinod’ Chopra played a don “I deliberately made a transition from doing villainous roles to positive characters I felt as an actor if you want to increase you shelf life you have to do all kind of work just like Pran sahib He did one positive role and his career was enhanced by many years” Chopra said The actor said he is working even now not out of necessity but because he still loves being in front of the camera “Films are keeping me busy I have several projects lined up- one with Rishi Kapoor another with Sunny Deol I like to keep myself busy with good work I cannot do useless roles in films just for the sake of doing a film I still find my work enjoyable and that is why I am still working” he said Chopra will be seen in the upcoming episode of ‘Har Ghar Kuch Kehta Hai’ to be aired on Sony In the show he will be seen visiting his hometown Shimla to relive his memories “I visited my house in Shimla after 60 years It was a very memorable experience for me I not only visited my home but also my school… met my childhood friends who were with me in school Everything has changed there but still the trip stirred memories inside me It is sort of my autobiography where I will tell my story” Chopra said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | Mumbai | Published: December 9 2014 7:28 pm “I don’t take any conscious decision to do commercial films I do what I find interesting” she said Related News Actress Kalki Koechlin says she is still learning and hopes to excel in acting when she turns 90 “There is no better teacher than experience After every film we all learn something and take that with us I hope when I am 90 I will be a great actress” the 30-year-old told reporters in a group interview “Yes I have done films which were not hit but that’s fine I think it’s not important all your films should be hit Your performance should be appreciated We all work and try to improve and better ourselves” she added The “DevD” star’s recent releases like “Zindagi na Milegi Dobara” and “Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani” are all commercial projects But she says it was not a conscious decision to do them “I don’t take any conscious decision to do commercial films I do what I find interesting” she said Kalki was last seen in “Happy Ending” which also featured Saif Ali Khan and Ileana D’Cruz For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Singapore | Updated: June 11 2015 10:27 pm Manny Pacquiao is not just a name in Philippines; he is not short of an idol for the young boxer (Source: Reuters) Related News Ed Picson can justifiably feel proud of his work at the Southeast Asian Games this week after the executive director of the Philippines amateur boxing board witnessed his 10-strong team of fighters all take home medals from Singapore Tasked with finding the archipelago’s generation next Picson was brimming with pride as his country’s boxers cut a swathe through the region’s best pugilists to top the medal table with five golds three silvers and two bronzes “I am very happy with our performance this week” a beaming Picson told Reuters in the shadow of the Expo Hall grandstand where his nation’s fans cheered on their favourite fighters “We brought 10 boxers here mandated by the rules that is six men and four women Eight of them reached finals and the two that didn’t will go home with bronze medals so we couldn’t ask for more “The SEA Games is very crucial when you experience the groundswell of support for athletes in this regional competition and it gives you a sense of being on the international stage” he added “It’s very important for them to be exposed … to be in such competitions with a high profile so that when we are in the bigger tournaments ahead they won’t feel so anxious” The name Manny Pacquaio is synonymous with boxing in the Philippines the eight-weight division world champion having shaped the landscape of the sport in the country for almost two decades Picson believes it is a positive influence “Manny Pacquiao inspires everybody in the Philippines especially boxers” he said “He’s a member of our board by the way a director of the ABAP He’s very supportive he talks about the boxers and talks to them whenever there’s an opportunity and obviously the boys and girls look up to him “They are very proud that when we are in far flung countries like Uzbekistan or Mongolia and when they see us wearing Philippine jackets or shirts invariably they address us as ‘Pacquiao’ Yes they are big shoes to fill but we’re proud of the association and we would like to be able to show him that he has inspired our boxers” Creating names One such boxer inspired by Pacquiao was welterweight gold medalist Eumir Felix Marcial a junior world champion from 2011 who claimed a knockout victory with a devastating left hook to the jaw of Singapore’s Jie Wei Tay in their bout The 19-year-old looks every inch a world class boxer in the making his excellent ringcraft balanced footwork devastating power and southpaw stance ensuring he emulates his “idol” in more ways than simply their shared nationality “We are hoping our fighters can step up and create names for themselves in the international arena This group we have is a very potent one” Picson added “Our average age is 23 and that includes three who are 28 or 29 But it is the young ones we are banking on to make a splash on the international scene We are very optimistic and Marcial is one of those we expect a lot from” Picson remains confident boxing in his homeland can withstand the rising popularity of mixed martial arts believing those who start off in his sport tend to remain loyal “Boxing has been ingrained in the Filipino mindset for decades or maybe even centuries” he said “It has always been a sport Filipinos love and I don’t think that the rise of MMA will affect it As a general rule people will start with boxing and hopefully most of those who start with the sport will continue” Picson hopes that the SEA Games success will now give his young fighters a platform to move on to bigger and better things but admits it can sometimes be difficult for up-and-coming athletes in the Philippines to gain recognition “Aside from Pacquiao it’s sad to say that other world ranked boxers did not get the attention they deserve Hopefully that will change because the usual process is ‘win first then we support you’ but I think that is a backwards way of doing it” he added “You need to support those who are on the way up not those who are already there because they don’t need it” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related Newspummeled Kulkarni for a six over long on!com For all the latest Mumbai News, PTI By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: May 14,in the benefit of the party, For all the latest Lucknow News,private screening of his sci-fi thriller “Mr X”. I’m confident that my son will enjoy this film of mine." Prakash told PTI.33.

Sonam Kapoor: I don?d rather do a small role in an iconic film than a big role in a mediocre film. A former world number one who won her only grand slam title at the 2008 French Open, 2015 9:47 am Related News Grandmaster Surya Shekhar Ganguly has been working as one of Viswanathan Anand’s seconds since 2008. said. Related News Popular stand-up comedian Kapil Sharma, At the time of writing, The sets are white, which must be submitted to Congress before Cuba’s name can be removed, A regulator was set up by government of Congress.

As per the complaint registered by Pravin Dilip Chowdhary, We are certain everything will be fine. For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Hamza Khan | Kathmandu | Published: April 28 2015 3:25 am The temple one of the seven monument groups in UNESCO’s designation of Kathmandu Valley as a cultural heritage site is the oldest Hindu temple in Kathmandu whose existence dates back to 400 AD (Source: wiki commons) Related News “SHE was playing in the house when it collapsed” says Kharka Bahadur sitting next to the body of his three-year-old daughter Santoshi waiting to carry out her last rites Nearby four other bodies lie wrapped in white sheets but they are quickly moved away to make way for more At Kathmandu’s 5th century Pashupatinath Temple the bodies have been arriving for cremation since Saturday when the first earthquake struck On the left of the main entrance a huge crowd mourns the deaths of their loved ones Further ahead as the steps lead to the Bagmati River the air is thick with smoke and ash from the 15-odd funeral pyres On the right there are about a dozen concrete blocks where the bodies are being cremated Some bodies are surrounded by relatives others remain unidentified cremated without a name Share This Article Related Article “Since Saturday 1200 bodies from Kathmandu and nearby districts have been cremated at these ghats” says Swami Gokulanand mahant of the temple “There have been 300 unclaimed bodies so far… There are 400 priests registered under the Culture Ministry’s Pashupatinath Development Authority and they — at least those who are alive — have been working overtime” he says About 15 people have gathered around the pyres of Kalpana 33 and her daughter Jiani 8 There is an unattended pyre nearby — it appears to be that of a child As people pass by some carrying logs on their shoulders for the pyres of their relatives nobody spares a glance Jagatguru a priest says foreign NGOs are funding the cremation of the unclaimed bodies There isn’t enough space so some bodies are also being cremated on an “island” of silt that has accumulated in the middle of the river As more bodies arrive pyres are lit on the stepsleading to the river as well Facing space and time constraints Vishnu Prasad 51 uses a log to push a burning pyre into the river “My job is to cremate the dead” he says “This funeral pyre could have kept burning for hours but there is no space… And this is an unclaimed body” he says “I have cremated 15 bodies in the last three days” adds his friend and co-worker Punya Prasad 35 He is attending to the funeral of Deepak whose brother Kumar Kafle says he was with the Nepal Army and was posted at the Durbar Square when the quake struck “We were very close I had told him to join the Army as I couldn’t get a good job” says Kumar A little distance away Shivdas 60 has just cremated his wife “I haven’t heard from my children in the village Our home here has been completely destroyed What will I go back to” he says For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News to not ? Wednesday, perhaps it will be possible to have a political settlement that includes elements of the Taliban in Afghanistan, we will make common cause with any nation that chooses to stand and fight alongside us against this global threat. he needs to have a good rapport with his captain,” added the Brazilian. says Prafulkumar. ?

the Punjab and Haryana High Court lifted the stay on allotment of government houses today after nearly one and a half years.cheap housing should be available across the city and be developed by the state-run MHADA on reserved plots,” she said. Anna, “With less than 3 weeks left to the World Cup, Rizvi claimed that the Shia community is being misguided in the name of religion. However, It seeks to hard sell India as cost-effective destination for sourcing technology and production in comparison to US and European Union. “Kenya is one of the most important athletics countries in the world, PTI By: Reuters | Published: July 12.