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His excellent 74 from 47 balls, His first couple of overs were wayward rubbish; but skipper Raina persevered with him; and the Australian’s third and fourth overs were marked improvements.Raina showed faith in Faulkner; and he has faith in his players On the evidence of this start it is not misplaced Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said midfielder Philippe Coutinho would not be sold at any price as British media reported the club had rejected a second bid worth 100 million euros ($117 million) from Barcelona File photo of Jurgen Klopp AFp Barcelona had already been rebuffed last month in an 80 million euro bid for the 25-year-old who joined Liverpool from Inter Milan for 85 million pounds ($11 million) in 2013 The 24-time Spanish league champions increased the offer to 85 million euros plus 15 million in add-ons but Liverpool have rejected the second bid maintaining their stance that the player is not for sale according to the reports "Liverpool is not a club that has to sell players That is set in stone So what they offer in the end doesn’t matter" Sky Germany quoted Klopp as saying "From a financial standpoint there is no price limit to let him go No price at which we are ready to give in Our goal is to have the best possible team So we want to keep our guys and add new ones That is our plan" The Merseyside club’s position on the Brazil international who was a key player in Klopp’s squad last campaign is boosted by Coutinho’s signing of a new five-year contract last season Media reports indicate that Barcelona are targeting Coutinho and Borussia Dortmund’s Ousmane Dembele as replacements for Brazil forward Neymar who joined Paris St Germain (PSG) last week for a world record transfer fee of 222 million euros While Spanish media have suggested that a deal for Coutinho’s move to Barcelona was close to completion British media say Liverpool have not and will not make any plans to discuss the player’s future with the Catalan club By: PTI | Mumbai | Published: October 11 2015 5:35 pm Delhi girl Proneeta Swargiary has won the fifth season of reality show “Dance India Dance” (DID) Related News Delhi girl Proneeta Swargiary has won the fifth season of reality show “Dance India Dance” (DID) The 22-year-old girl walked away with the coveted “Sunheri Taqdeer Ki Topi” title after beating Nirmal Tamang from Nepal and Jodhpur boy Sahil Adaniya “I still can’t believe I am holding the ‘Sunehri Taqdeer ki Topi’ in my hand – a goal each one of us contestants have worked day and night for This truly is the best moment of my life Dancing is my life and passion and winning the show is a dream come true” Proneeta said after winning the talent hunt This was not her first attempt on DID she had earlier auditioned for season two of the Zee TV show but could not make it “I auditioned in season 2 but could not make a cut Since then I have only been training and practicing to make it to this prestigious platform I am also grateful to the audiences for having voted for me and showering me with so much love” The show was judged by Gaiti Siddiqui Punit Pathak and Mudassar Khan along with grand master Mithun Chakraborty The young talented dancer thanked her mentor Punit “But this journey wouldn’t have been the same without the guidance support and love of my mentor and master – Punit He inspires us every day with his dedication to dance consistent hard work and never say never spirit This is what I have imbibed from him and I would like to dedicate this victory entirely to him” she said The grand finale was graced by Aishwarya Rai Bachchan who promoted her recently released film “Jazbaa” The night also saw the performances by three masters –Gaiti Punit and Mudassar Popular DJ and rapper Baadshah had the crowd grooving with his upbeat numbers For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: February 19 2016 1:56 am Related News AT least three years after the incident took place the Government Railway Police (GRP) on Thursday managed to track down one of the two youngsters who were beaten up and stripped down by a group of four men in a Mumbai local train The incident was captured on a video that went viral prompting the Mumbai GRP to look for the people seen in the video The two youngsters were accused of stealing a mobile phone and four are seen beating the duo in the video On how they managed to track down the youngster Wasim Khan DCP GRP Rupali Ambure Wasim Khan said that since in the video the four accused were seen beating the duo and blaming them for stealing mobile phones the police checked their records for history-sheeters whose looks matched that of the persons being beaten up However that did not throw up matches “We then checked with police stations across the city There was a match as there were cases of robbery registered against Khan” Ambure said Share This Article Related Article The police then contacted Khan and recorded his statement Thursday Based on the statement an FIR was registered at the Dadar GRP In his statement Khan claimed that he along with a friend went to wake up the four men However the four alleged that the duo was trying to steal their mobile phones They beat up the two and eventually stripped them on the railway platform This was captured on the video that went viral Sources said the police tried to track down the four accused but they were missing from their homes “We have identified the accused However since the video went viral and appeared in newspapers they have been missing from their homes We should be able to track them soon” an officer said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Manjiri Indurkar | Updated: August 26 2017 3:07 pm The polka dots on the frock record time eras political movements pop-cultural fads and stillborn histories Top News Book: Historians of Redundant Moments Author: Nandini Dhar Publication: Sundress Publications PAges: 116 Price: Rs 1077 On the cover of Nandini’s Dhar poetry collection Historians of Redundant Moments is a doll (or perhaps a woman) wearing a polka-dotted frock with a house for a head She is also holding a miniature version of the head-house in her hands The polka dots on the frock record time eras political movements pop-cultural fads and stillborn histories And the house on her head and her hand is the space Dhar is most interested in As she says in her poem ‘Historying this Syllabic Landscape’ a “doll’s head is an uncharted city” For Dhar home is a city and city is a home Dhar’s is a novel told through poetry The narrators of this novel twin sisters who have much like Dhar grown up in the Kolkata of the ’80s and the ’90s and are exploring spaces within the domestic household for us — spaces that primarily belong to women and women alone A game of hide-and-seek played by the twins becomes the “children’s way of gauging mapping discovering — the uncharted corners that are not nooks not corridors not cellars not living-rooms” So how does one archive that which is redundant The mother of the twins goes around boxing things The junk that clutters in the attic that the children aren’t allowed to touch like the suitcases wrapped in white sheets that bear markings of important political movements “Mother moves around the house on tiptoe brooms and rags in hand picking up all things that can be corralled” And once she is done with categorising “old fish bones newspaper clippings torn pages from moth-eaten manifestos shredded slogans seams from old poem-quilts” she settles for a sweaty afternoon nap — mouth open snoring Dhar juxtaposes “relevant” political slogans—Naxalbari lal selam Ye azadi jhuta hain—and dates—1943 1948 and 1977— with whatever now remains of these events; the slogans now are shredded and only seams of old poems remain And of course there is the mother who will clean up the post-revolution mess like mothers are supposed to So I wonder are the mother’s sweat marks political Is the attic that stores the junk the suitcases that contain all the remains of the once-relevant political movements a transformative space As Dhar puts it the house is where the clutter is So is the attic the house And is the house a Jantar Mantar — a space representing protest The clutter in Dhar’s poetry isn’t just physical The clutter isn’t just objects crowding rooms; it is loaded with discarded political movements Dhar talks about dust that often gathers on such cluttered spaces She talks about the cracks formed on the cement floors where women come to turn into alphabets on paper and men deceive themselves into feeling safe Books get written when women turn into alphabets This is how women turn rooms into historical sites Dhar’s poems are stinky — they smell of unwashed baby butts of the grease that lives between the palm lines The smell of domesticity the air that is being breathed by too many noses Dhar’s poetry is also very noisy her poetic rhythm chaotic On her kitchen tables are teacups with stains on the rims “rattling with the wreckage of memory: food riots rally chants police-shootings” Such is the claustrophobia of the space she depicts that you can hear the noises of yawning rabbits and the rattling bones of the house snake Dhar uses tropes of magic realism in her poetry Things are constantly transforming here New bodies can be acquired just by wishing rooms become silence that devour children Skins are peeled off to make table cloths steel almirahs grow hands and pull a woman by her hair and when she is spat out we get a perfect chocolate cake replete with icing and birthday wishes But Dhar is no magic realist Dhar I like to believe is a domestic fabulist She is writing about women and their histories She is distorting the carefully constructed decorum of the domestic space and in this distortion she is revealing its true nature Dhar’s politically charged book is filled with mini revolutions that brew inside houses and die She has managed to stitch the past and the present together and given us the annals of everything men forgot to record The slaps the broken china the cracks on our floors that grow wider every time mothers clean them Between magic and mundane lies Dhar’s poetry These poems aren’t anything like the poems we know and love These poems are crimson like the blood that is shed inside our houses that no one knows about Delhi-based Manjiri Indurkar is one of the founder-editors of the web magazine Antiserious For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsA fire broke out early on Tuesday in the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) at Raisina Hills in New Delhi according to media reports There were no reports of injuries #BREAKING – Minor fire breaks out at PMO’s room No 242 No casualties reported pictwittercom/nMdQ0XAfBF — News18 (@CNNnews18) October 17 2017 The fire broke out in a room on the second floor of the PMO? we were mesmerised by stardom…We’re friends so we have the right to fight and differ too.died due to coma.

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It is because people have understood beyond doubt that the UPA government is set to make an exit and a new government will be formed in May. Other divided villages are believed to exist further north in the restive Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA). “They hardly follow rules in the city. download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Farhad Sorabjee | Published: June 12, A third clip alleged the councillor’s involvement with rehris. I would’nt let the new rates be implemented. what he must note, the administration has decided to drop both the programmes from the 25-day event and not to call Bollywood artistes this time to avoid any controversy,star campaigners ? As he puts it.

" Those were Isinbayeva’s last Games. I associate the most with ‘Live for the moment; debts can be repaid another day’. State BJP president Raosaheb Danve could not help his party win the local polls in his home turf Bokardan. Prabhas was looking forward to just one thing after wrapping up with the film. we have three different versions of Afreen Afreen and we are spoilt for choice. Related News Oscar winning actress Jennifer Lawrence faced a death scare while shooting for her upcoming film, 2012 5:32 am Related News Hours after booking a lone man for gambling on Monday morning,comprising the ex-strategic force commanders, to keep a collected head on his shoulders when things look grim is invaluable.

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