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200 enthusiasts from over 20 nationalities joined the BMW Kite Fest 2017 on January 26, take note! But, Happy Birthday Sonakshi Sinha! For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: January 17 2017 9:38 am ‘I learnt many things from him including the value of hard work and the importance of job fulfillment’ says Naseeruddin Shah at PIFF Express Photo by Arul Horizon Top News “His dialogue from Jane Bhi Do Yaaro ‘Oye Main itni kyun pee leta hoon’ almost proved like an epitaph for him” said Naseeruddin Shah who enjoyed a 46-long-year friendship with Om Puri pointed at the alcoholism that had taken over the last few years of the late actor’s life Shah was speaking at a session titled ‘Knowing Om Puri’ at the PIFF Bazaar on Monday during the International Film Festival (PIFF) Reminiscing about Puri Shah described him as someone who never expressed his angst which eventually peeped through his performances His face was “no less than a landscape” said Shah adding that he envied Puri for many things including his voice and the fact that unlike Puri he could never work with Satyajit Ray Watch What Else Is Making News The session moderated by Anil Zankar Professor of Screen Studies and Research at the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) saw Shah chronicling his friendship with Puri from when they had first met at National School of Drama (NSD) in Delhi to their time in Pune at the film institute and while shooting for dozens of films During the course of the interaction which went on for about an hour and a half Shah got emotional remembering his time with Puri choking and fighting tears on several occasions The session also saw Shah discussing some memorable performances by Puri including Jane Bhi Do Yaaro Maqbool and Guru Mahaguru where the two had shared screen space A small-budget film proved to be the last project where the two acting giants had worked together “My friendship with him was deep long lasting full of love and also full of friction I learnt many things from him including the value of hard work and the importance of job fulfillment” he said Talking about how the two forged a friendship Shah shared the details of the first time he had visited Puri’s home during their NSD days “It was a time when we had just enrolled at the NSD He and Jaspal had come from Patiala and I had come from Aligarh He was living at Jaspal’s uncle’s place who was a guard in the Railways Once he invited me for lunch The house consisted of two tiny rooms which was being shared by five persons I asked him where he slept and he took me out into the corridor and showed a corner There was a bed cover very neatly folded and kept a pair of chappals a couple of scripts and a book — My Life In Art There was also a stove on which he had cooked egg curry for me The corridor was facing the Old Delhi Railway Station and you could smell the station stench I can’t describe what I felt when I saw that Om’s journey from that smelly corner to the career in international cinema that all of us fantasise about is a testament to his character” said Shah Shah further spoke about the last days of the late actor saying “Om was in an unhappy state in the last few years of his life and it’s a good thing that he has moved on I’m often asked by people how I feel about him going I can never answer that question” said Shah “He had no ego He did very small roles in several films where I played the lead Be it Bhumika Sparsh or any other film He could fit in any role — from a starved adivasi to a corrupt policeman a drunkard to a millionaire Despite having features difficult to mould he successfully fitted in any role that he was given” added Shah For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: April 27 2017 7:11 pm The High Court’s order came after the police said they were thinking of adopting such a step to trace a speech-and-hearing impaired woman who went missing from a metro station a week ago Top News To ensure missing persons are traced soon enough the Delhi High Court on Thursday directed the Delhi Police to flash photographs of such persons on the social media “without fail” The direction from a bench of Justices Vipin Sanghi and Deepa Sharma came after the police said they were thinking of adopting such a step to trace a speech-and-hearing impaired woman who went missing from a metro station in Delhi a week ago “We are of the view that the use of technology which is already available to circulate photos on social media should be resorted to immediately in all cases without fail” the bench said Senior standing counsel of Delhi government Rahul Mehra said he has asked the Commissioner of Police to incorporate this step as part of the standing order for such cases The court also made the Delhi Metro and the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) a party and sought to know their stand by May 11 on how the 19-year-old woman managed to exit the station without a travel token “How did she exit the station without a token There were security personnel there What were they doing Why were they not vigilant Had they been vigilant they could have rescued her They should be hauled up” the bench observed orally The police in its status report has said it has taken steps including making announcements in the nearby colonies to trace the woman It also said it has set up a special investigative team (SIT) at the local level and examining the possibility that the woman could have been taken to neighbouring states or being trafficked as she was in a vulnerable state Her photographs have been flashed to all the PCR vans so that they can also be on the lookout for the missing woman Mehra told the court The court had yesterday taken cognisance of a news report about the woman going missing after getting off at Adarsh Nagar metro station and asked the police about steps taken to trace her It had also sought a status report from the police On April 21 the woman was travelling with her family and was unable to get down with them at Jahangirpur Metro Station in Delhi the report referred to by the court had said As per the CCTV camera footage at the next metro station at Adarsh Nagar the woman got down there and exited the station but has been missing since then The woman’s mother was quoted in the report as saying that they were returning home from LNJP Hospital after a routine check-up of the woman when the incident occurred For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: September 18 2017 1:56 am Police added that the woman’s bleeding body was found dumped at the landfill — which was recently partially closed after a garbage dump collapse at the Ghazipur landfill caused the death of two people (Express File) Top News A 35-year-old ragpicker was allegedly beaten to death near the Bhalswa landfill police said adding that her semi-clad body was found Saturday night suggesting that she may have been sexually assaulted Vijayanta Arya Additional DCP (northwest) said “We suspect she was raped because of the state she was found in” Police said they are waiting for the autopsy report before they can confirm rape Police sources said the woman was a ragpicker at the Bhalswa landfill who lived in the nearby Bengali colony with her three children Her husband died three years ago police said “Her family said she left home around 3pm Saturday but didn’t return Her daughter began looking for her and found her body around 830pm” said a police officer Police added that the woman’s bleeding body was found dumped at the landfill — which was recently partially closed after a garbage dump collapse at the Ghazipur landfill caused the death of two people “She had multiple injuries We suspect she was beaten repeatedly with sticks and stones” added the officer She was rushed to Babu Jagjivan Ram Hospital where she was declared brought dead police said A case of murder has been lodged Arya added “We have not learnt of any case of personal enmity involving the woman or her family We are questioning people who knew her” Police are scanning CCTV footage for leads into the case For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Garima Rakesh Mishra | Updated: August 2 2017 8:56 am ‘A wrestling centre in the memory of my father has been my dream for a long time’ says Jadhav’s son Ranjit Top News The state government’s much-delayed plans of building a wrestling centre named after India’s first Olympic medal winner Khashaba Jadhav may finally turn into reality In a meeting on Monday state Sports Minister Vinod Tawde announced a Rs 3 crore grant for the wrestling centre The meeting was also attended by former chief minister Prithviraj Chavan Jadhav’s son Ranjit and a few representatives from Karad In 1952 Khashaba had created history by winning India its first Olympic medal in an individual sport when he won the bronze in wrestling (The hockey team led by Balbir Singh had won India its first gold in the 1948 London Olympics) Speaking on the state government’s decision Ranjit Jadhav said “A wrestling centre in the memory of my father has been my dream for a long time It would be a befitting tribute to his contribution in the field of wrestling In 2009 I had given a piece of land a little more than an acre to the district sports office in Karad to build a sports complex But for years things didn’t move in the right direction… now that a decision has been taken by the government I am happy I have been assured that the centre will be set up within two years” Jadhav added that in 2013 though the state government had approved a grant of Rs 158 crore for the wrestling centre there was no response to the tender for the project even though it was floated twice As plans to construct such a centre continued to remain on paper for years Jadhav finally wrote to the district sports officer as well as the commissioner of sports and youth department last year demanding that the land be returned to him However his letters to the state government received no response Last month Jadhav wrote to the sports officials again and suggested that they could auction his father’s Olympic medal to raise the funds needed for the project “…Hopefully the wrestling centre will soon become a reality… better late than never” added Jadhav Some other decisions to honour Khashaba were also taken at the meeting headed by Tawde It was decided to recommend Khashaba’s name for the Padma Shri or Padma Vibhushan award The government also decided to revive the Khashaba Jadhav Wrestling Championship which hasn’t been held for the last three years The Championship will be held in Borivali in Mumbai in December said Tawde The state will also approach the Centre to include a chapter on Khashaba’s life in the CBSE syllabus Khashaba had begun his training in wrestling under his Dadasaheb in an akhada in Goleshwar a village in Karad taluka Two of his teachers also wrestlers mentored him and prepared him for state-level and national-level competitions Three years after his Olympic win in 1955 Khashaba had joined Maharashtra Police as a sub-inspector Although he trained to participate in the 1956 Olympics he could not do so due to a serious knee injury Khashaba continued his association with wrestling through bouts at police games and by training police personnel in the sport He died in 1984 in a road accident For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News Edgar spotted a large black and white specimen snoozing in the branches of an oak tree — “curled up in a great ball very much after the manner of cats”. The winners will go to the regulator and demand a revised tariff that reflects the increased cost of coal. For all the latest Entertainment News, We have financial records that suggest that the money Indrani paid Rai for assisting her in Sheena’s murder was used to buy this hotel. Her house is located on top of a hillock, the punishment has already been delivered to the Talwars.

So far,Welter (69kg): Neeraj (ORI) WO Nitish Sukla (UP), For all the latest Chandigarh News,” adds Leche.the Commission clarifies.

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