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Uday Kaul 112 Mandeep Singh 109 Gitansh Khera 102 no) vs Railways 14/0 in 6 overs For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mir Ehsan Amit Sharma | Meerut | Updated: March 5 2014 7:58 am Pakistan’s Mohammad Hafeez acknowledges the crowd after scoring fifty runs during the Asia Cup one-day international cricket tournament against India Related News A large private university in Meerut has suspended 67 Kashmiri students for allegedly cheering Pakistan during the India-Pak match at the Asia Cup on Sunday The students were told to vacate their hostel rooms and were escorted by police and university officials to nearby Ghaziabad Some students are now back with their families in the Valley Groups of students were watching the match on TV in the community hall of the hostel at the Swami Vivekananda Subharti University (SVSU) A clash broke out soon after India lost a result which the Kashmiris allegedly celebrated No action was taken against the other group G S Bansal the warden of the hostel said the Kashmiri students had been punished for being “anti-national” “By raising pro-Pakistan slogans the Kashmiri boys did an anti-national act and that was why we suspended them and did not take any action against the others” Bansal told The Indian Express SVSU vice-chancellor Manzoor Ahmed said the suspension was a “precautionary measure” “There was strong resentment against the students who had shouted anti-national and pro-Pakistan slogans after Pakistan won the match So as a precautionary measure we temporarily suspended students of J&K for three days We arranged for two buses totake the boys to Ghaziabad We also sent three senior university officials with them” Ahmed said Eyewitnesses said heated exchanges followed all-rounder Shahid Afridi’s last-over sixes off Ravichandran Ashwin which quickly escalated to brawls followed by several rounds of stone-throwing “Security guards did not intervene for nearly an hour after the violence began The students were ultimately forced to go to their rooms but the groups clashed again on Monday” said a student who spoke on condition of anonymity University registrar R K Garg said the students were sent home because the university feared more violence “Meerut is communally sensitive We were apprehensive that if word of the violence got out outsiders would storm the campus and target students” Garg said In Srinagar families of the suspended students said they hoped for normalcy to return to the campus soon “The university has ordered the students to leave for some time in order to avert confrontations between groups” Abdul Majeed Khan of Uri said Khan’s son is a second year student of BBA at the university He added that the university administration had taken the right steps Shahid Bashir whose son Talib Bashir had to leave Meerut said “The university has asked the students to leave for a few days Most of the students have left for the Valley while a few are staying in Delhi with friends Once the situation improves they will rejoin the university” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mihir Vasavda | Bhubaneswar | Updated: December 10 2014 10:02 am Related News Graham Reid talks about the varying levels of greatness He was an integral part of Ric Charlesworth’s coaching staff that spurred Australia to dizzying heights in international hockey “Seeking greatness was the motto of our team back then” he says “Now we’ve changed it to hunting greatness” It’s tempting to conclude that Reid is among the luckiest man to take over as the chief coach of the world’s No 1 side; a team that boasts of some of the best players But taking over a team at the top isn’t necessarily a smooth ride especially when you’re replacing a legend like Charlesworth And Reid would vouch for it Forever under Charlesworth’s shadow Reid knows he has big shoes to fill Like Cinderella Reid did get an opportunity to try them on for size — and to find that they fitted — before Charlesworth vacated the post Reid was experimented as the chief coach during the 2012 Champions Trophy where he guided the Kookaburras to their sixth straight title It was a glimpse into the future for 1992 Olympics silver medallist Post London Games Charlesworth had made his intentions clear that he won’t stay beyond the Glasgow Commonwealth Games And to ensure Reid isn’t thrown into the deep end just like that Hockey Australia and Charlesworth decided to take a calculated risk which luckily for them did not backfire But then there’s very few things Charlesworth does that goes wrong Understandably the 50-year-old Reid is under no illusions to the task that awaits him Under Charlesworth Australia had reached the level of greatness that very few international teams can boast of Barring the Olympic gold they extended their dominance over every major tournament The team and the players too had reached the level of form and fitness that could be matched by few teams Aussie domination Reid attributes several reasons for Australia’s extended domination in world hockey: flexibility of positions use of interchange width and depth of the squad “But there are two main reasons One is the development of our Kookaburra culture of seeking greatness And the other is a competitive uncomfortableness for everyone involved in the programme These have all contributed to our success” he says Change to the way things are done is inevitable says Reid But the process will be gradual “You don’t throw the baby out with the bath water or make radical changes for change sake But it is very dangerous to keep doing the same things and expect the same results” he says He hasn’t made a bad start Prior to him being officially appointed as Australia’s coach Reid and Paul Gaudoin who is now the senior assistant coach successfully defended the Commonwealth Games gold But in the process of defending the title a few tough decisions had to be taken Jamie Dwyer Australia’s most-capped and celebrated player was excluded from the scheme of things The five-time world player of the year was axed from CWG squad as they started to look forward to Rio Challenges ahead Reid has still kept the doors open for the former skipper who is also recuperating from injury but has said it will be a tough road back for Dwyer Other seniors like Mark Knowles Kieran Govers Matthew Swann and Joel Carroll too are out injured from Australia’s Champions Trophy squad Reid smiles when asked if phasing out the seniors is the trickiest challenge he faces “We have a very clear plan for Rio which includes blooding young players from this tournament It’s happening at a slow pace as youngsters take some time to tune in” he says Australia’s test series defeat to India and a below par beginning in the Champions Trophy has left many wondering whether their dominance is on the wane They tamely surrendered to England in their first match and followed it up by giving up a 3-0 lead against Belgium to be held 4-4 When was the last time Australia let go off a 3-0 lead you wonder Never perhaps But these very un-Australian performances hardly worry Reid “We haven’t experienced losing for quite some time So it’s good to have a few such days — it teaches you more than winning But then it’s natural We have been the best so everyone is out to get us That’s the challenge I relish” he says Reid knows As Australia enter a new era under him his side have gone from being the hunters to the hunted Tuesday’s matches: Argentina vsGermany :12:00; England vs Belgium: 14:00; Australia vs Pakistan: 17:30; Netherlands vs India: 19:30 (Live on Ten Sports) For hosts playing to the gallery has its pitfalls Bhubaneswar:Home crowd advantage is a factor teams yearn for especially in big tournaments But playing the best in front of a passionate crowd can have its own set of drawbacks At least Sardar Singh feels so “The crowd was overenthusiastic and the players got carried away” he said after India’s 4-2 defeat against Argentina on Sunday The India captain may have a point Indian players have a tendency of getting carried away too easily Against the World Cup bronze medallists they played to the gallery by over-running with the ball and trying to force the issue Every India surge forward was met with a deafening roar by the 7000-odd inside the stadium The players seemed to have lost focus — and team its shape — in an attempt to please them which resulted in the team conceding soft goals against Argentina VR Raghunath however feels otherwise “The crowd spurs us on It’s not a disadvantage at least for me We are used to playing in front of bigger crowds at the World Cups and Olympics They’ve been great here I don’t think we got carried away” Raghunath said The drag-flicker said the team had ‘peaceful’ talks over the things that went wrong against Argentina Defence he acknowledged had been disappointing thus far And against a strong Dutch attack Raghunath & Co will be put to test once again on Tuesday “It’s an area where we’ve been good in the last year-and-a-half So it is disappointing that we’ve conceded goals which we shouldn’t have” he said “But we have spoken about it and tried to rectify it” Defence isn’t India’s only concern The team has been below par in all departments especially in converting field goal opportunities and winning penalty corners The deficiency in these departments makes India’s task against Holland tougher But the Dutch aren’t complacent “They’re a very good side And they have the crowd behind them” Holland captain Robert van der Horst said Funnily enough his Indian counterpart doesn’t seem to be feeling the same way For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Debesh Banerjee | Updated: August 8 2014 1:51 pm Helen is down to earth and has a good sense of humour” says Manish Dayal Related News Manish Dayal plays an Indian chef with a talent for French cuisine in The Hundred Foot Journey a Hollywood production by Steven Spielberg The American actor talks about starring opposite stalwarts such as Helen Mirren and Om Puri his first major role in a feature film and learning to cook egg curry How did you bag a role in this film It started with a voice-over audition for a DreamWorks animated film Then I was called back and asked to do a few scenes from something that had already been made as a sample I didn’t know what I was auditioning for but knew it was important A few days later I got a call to say Steven Spielberg was involved and he watched my tape I’m told my tapes then went to Oprah Winfrey and Juliet Blake Eventually I met Lasse Hallstrom over lunch in New York and next day I got a call saying ‘Steven Spielberg wants to hire you’ How was it acting opposite Helen Mirren and what does it mean to you I might have done something right in the audition — other than that I don’t know yet Helen is down to earth and has a good sense of humour She treated me like an equal and playing opposite her definitely elevated my game Her character opens my character’s world The journey is about finding the balance while taking a risk to achieve something great And this was also your first time working with Om Puri and Juhi Chawla Om Puri is a legend and I learned non-stop Not only did we work on the scenes but we had fun playing pranks on people When we came to shoot in India he showed me around Mumbai and took me around to eat good food He played my Papa in this movie but has become a lifelong friend Juhi Chawla’s character helps my character to discover his gift Did you undertake any cooking lessons for your role My character Hassan is an introverted prodigy listener and silent leader I observed other chefs during pre-production to see how they managed their kitchens What I loved about playing this character was the span of 10+ years in the film You follow his evolution from the hot kitchens in India to an acclaimed chef in Paris It was cool to work on that shift over the course of the film — Hassan growing into his own changing from a young boy with few complications to a grown man with complicated responsibilities Were you familiar with Indian cooking at the start of this film Sure my dad has a tandoor in our backyard I grew up barbequing a lot For the film I was in cooking classes and training to understand the different facets of the kitchens Specifically we needed to learn how to act in a kitchen where to stand how to chop and prepare I can make egg curry You are most remembered for the TV series 90210 How would you rate Hassan’s character compared to the roles that you have played so far In 90210 Raj was a normal American teenager but suffered from a terminal illness whereas Hassan has a rare gift but has to figure out how to go after his destiny Both are complicated in their own way That is why I can’t compare them Technically though in the film I got to evolve the character slowly whereas on TV it happens fast Any memorable experiences from the shoot Working with director Hallstrom was particularly memorable What makes him unmatched is his imagination; the way he observes life around him He would watch a scene as we were rolling then stop and yell something genius to me — that’s his special ability his intuition His vision wasn’t fixed it was constantly evolving and he definitely trusted my instincts throughout the process How did you think of a career in acting and what are your ambitions I saw Jurassic Park and after that I wanted to make movies I grew up in a small town in America where opportunities were limited My mother encouraged me to take a film class when I was young I wanted to work behind the camera maybe as a director/ producer which I still want to do one day While I was studying I got an opportunity to be in front of the camera and it was a great experience because even though I didn’t know what I was doing I had fun For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBadals paid obeisance at Golden Temple for the second successive victory of SAD-BJP combine in Punjab.

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That explains,For me the new man is someone who might wear a dinner jacket with sandals, said Costa Whether the young customer will adapt to the new fashion regime is yet to be seen For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Houston | Published: November 17 2017 2:47 pm Top News Allegations that former President George H W Bush inappropriately touched seven women involve potential crimes punishable by fines or jail time if they had been prosecuted All but one of the cases is ineligible under state laws that limit when a prosecution can begin after an alleged crime and several lawyers interviewed said that it would be difficult to win a conviction against Bush who has vascular parkinsonism a rare syndrome that mimics Parkinson’s disease “You’re still going to be facing prosecuting a 93-year-old man in a wheelchair that’s a former president” said Toby Shook a lawyer who previously served as a prosecutor in Dallas “I doubt if you could ever find a jury that would ever want to convict him” There’s no indication prosecutors are planning to pursue a case against Bush Jordana Grolnick an actress who alleged that Bush groped her behind last year as his wife Barbara stood nearby told The Associated Press that she has no plans to report the 41st president to authorities That appears to be the only incident that hasn’t reached the local statute of limitations on how long a crime can be prosecuted after it occurs The incidents occurred in three states over a decade In all of the cases the women say Bush touched their buttocks as they stood next to him to take photos All three states have laws against touching someone without their consent The women’s stories broadly follow the same outline: Bush patted them below the waist as they stood next to him to take photos sometimes with a joke about his favorite magician or writer being named “David Cop-a-Feel” Bush has issued repeated apologies through a spokesman “to anyone he has offended” The spokesman Jim McGrath said in a statement last month that Bush has used a wheelchair for roughly five years and that “his arm falls on the lower waist of people with whom he takes pictures” In a statement Monday McGrath said “George Bush simply does not have it in his heart to knowingly cause anyone distress and he again apologizes to anyone he offended during a photo op” McGrath did not respond to a request for additional comment Tuesday Actress Heather Lind was the first to accuse Bush of groping her saying in an Oct 24 Instagram post that Bush “touched me from behind” and told “a dirty joke” while they posed for a photo at a Houston screening of the AMC television series “Turn” Six more women have come forward since then including Roslyn Corrigan who told Time magazine Monday that Bush groped her as they took a photo in 2003 when Corrigan was 16 during an event in The Woodlands a Houston suburb Broadway actress Megan Elizabeth Lewis also told NJcom that Bush groped her at the performance of a musical in Houston in 2009 Four of the incidents are reported to have occurred in Texas Shook said that under Texas law touching someone’s buttocks over the person’s clothing would most likely be grounds for a misdemeanor assault charge with only a $500 fine and no jail time In Maine where Bush is accused of grabbing two women those allegations could give rise to a charge of assault or unlawful sexual touching punishable by up to a year in jail said Walt McKee a defense attorney in Augusta Maine For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Associated Press | Port-au-prince (haiti) | Updated: February 18 2015 3:47 pm Families and friends gather around a memorial at the site of a high-voltage wires’ accident that left at least 16 people dead during a vigil in Port-au-Prince Haiti Tuesday Feb 17 2015 (AP Photo) Top News At least 16 people were killed early Tuesday in the Haitian capital after a man on top of a musical group’s Carnival float was shocked by high-voltage wires above the street setting off a panic in which dozens of people were trampled officials said The accident occurred as thousands of people filled the streets of downtown Port-au-Prince for the raucous annual celebration Video showed sparks coursing from the wire after a singer from the Haitian hip-hop group Barikad Crew was jolted by the overhead power line as the float passed below it The cable appeared to shock several others as well Prime Minister Evans Paul said 16 people were confirmed dead and 78 were injured His statement conflicted with earlier reports on the number of casualties Nadia Lochard a coordinator for the Department of Civil Protection had said at least 20 people were killed Paul declared three days of mourning for the impoverished Caribbean country and he and President Michel Martelly joined hundreds of people who gathered at the accident site later in the day Haitian officials canceled Tuesday’s third and final day of Carnival events and announced a state funeral and vigil on Saturday for the victims The singer who was hit by the power cable a man known by the stage name Fantom was expected to survive according to a doctor who spoke to radio station Zenith-FM The information could not be verified immediately Dr Joel Desire a doctor at General Hospital said most of those killed appeared to have been trampled to death as the crowd surged away from the Carnival float one of 16 in the parade Witnesses said panic ensued when people jumped off the float to avoid being electrocuted “I saw the wire falling and sparks and I started running for my life” said Natacha Saint Fleur a who was near the float at the time A dazed Carlhenry Belan who injured his foot in the stampede said the crowd seemed to surge all at once “I saw the spark and I saw people running so I did too” he said while being treated at the General Hospital Video showed Haitian ambulance crews racing through the crowds in the pre-dawn darkness with victims on stretchers Hundreds of people crowded around the hospital carrying victims or looking for information about family and friends amid a chaotic scene Some men and women wailed as people were declared dead and the hospital’s morgue soon overflowed Communications Minister Rothchild Francis said the government was working to assist victims It is a common practice in Haiti and elsewhere to have someone positioned atop a parade float to move low-hanging power lines In Brazil officials said three people were killed early Tuesday when they were electrocuted while standing atop a Carnival float that hit a power line on the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News Such a measure is already in place in Amboli and Malshej ghat area, celebrates after scoring during a first leg quarterfinal Champions League soccer match between Barcelona and Atletico Madrid at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona (AP) Related News Two special goals lit up the 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