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“This is nice bull run for us.it very important to peak at the right time in the tournament” Sridhar said “From here on it’s like a knockout tournament for us and we have to win every game All our players are kind of players who want to be at their best when their best is demanded We are looking forward to exciting days ahead four league games and the playoffs” But with a long and tiring schedule of Indian Premier League it can take a toll on the players Kings XI lost Marcus Stoinis due to an injury he suffered during fielding drills “It is very unfortunate that we also lost one player today during pre-match fielding drill Marcus Stoinis he fell on his shoulder and he hurt himself we are waiting for his report So it is very important for the players to manage their recovery rest and training in such a way so that they are available in their best frame of mind and in their best fitness for every match” he said “That is why during IPL it is very important that the players get enough sleep we also monitor the players hydration We have a physiotherapist whose job is to make sure that every player is hydrated to the optimum level” Regarding T20 as a different ball-game altogether Sridhar said that a team needs to excel in all three departments to win in a long T20 tournament “Even if one department lets you down then it becomes very difficult to go and push a win the match” he said Talking about the fielding of Kings XI Sridhar said they have it was great to have good fielders in the team and praised Glenn Maxwell David Miller Mohit Sharma Axar Patel and Sandeep Sharma for their fielding “I would surely say that we are the team which has droppled least number of catches We work hard on those guys who are not good What is important is to keep everyone fresh for every game…we owe this to the fans of KXIP and the franchise our stakeholders all backroom staff who work tirelessly to make sure that players are comfortable and help them put their best performance” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Premankur Biswas | Kolkata | Published: October 19 2015 12:20 am Related News A 34-year-old woman has alleged that she was molested Friday evening at Deshapriya Park Puja pandal for reportedly raising her voice against the inconvenience caused to regular commuters during the pandal’s inauguration The woman an activist has filed an FIR against the accused whom she identified as Suddhojit Roy a volunteer managing the crowd at the pandal According to the complaint the woman was on her way to a coffee shop around 7 pm when she was confronted with the “mismanagement” in the area surrounding the puja pandal Although the pandal is located inside the park the pavements surrounding it had been blocked Share This Article Related Article “We face this sort of inconvenience during the pujas but this was two days before the puja began People were being pushed around I went to the nearest volunteer and asked him to do something about it The person who was later identified as Suddhojit Roy started shouting at me He wanted to know what was I doing there if not visiting the pandal When I asked him who he was he thrusted his volunteer card on my face The card came loose while I was inspecting it At this he grabbed my breasts and pushed me saying that I tore the card” the woman said When she raised an alarm the accused grabbed the card from her and ran away “I was taken to the club office by the organisers and told to calm down They brought the guy in front of me and asked me to forgive him saying ‘these things happen during the Durga Puja’” she said However the woman went to the Salt Lake Police Station and lodged an FIR under Section 354 A (physical contact and advances involving unwelcome and explicit sexual overtures) “We received a complaint on Friday evening and an FIR has been registered” confirmed constable S C Ray The woman said that an official complaint had to be registered to set an example “The way those present there discouraged me to lodge a formal complaint…are we saying that one can get away doing anything this puja Who ensures safety in public spaces when thousands and thousands are on the road” she asked Incidentally spokesperson of the Deshapriya Park Organising Committee Avishek De Biswas claimed ignorance “I have no idea that something like this has happened This is the first time I am hearing about it” he said For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Chennai | Published: January 18 2016 2:52 pm “While four of my films ‘Idam Porul Yaeval’ ‘Kutrame Thandanai’ ‘Hello Naan Pei Pesuren’ ‘Aarathu Sinam’ and ‘Deepavali Thuppakki’ are getting ready for release the rest are at different stages of production It’s going to be a busy year for me” Aishwarya Rajesh said Related News Actress Aishwarya Rajesh most popular for her work in last year’s National Award winning and critically acclaimed film “Kaaka Muttai” is looking forward to a busy year as she has nine Tamil films which are at different stages of production “While four of my films ‘Idam Porul Yaeval’ ‘Kutrame Thandanai’ ‘Hello Naan Pei Pesuren’ ‘Aarathu Sinam’ and ‘Deepavali Thuppakki’ are getting ready for release the rest are at different stages of production It’s going to be a busy year for me” Aishwarya told IANS Having recently completed shooting for horror film “Mo” she will soon join the sets of filmmaker Seenu Ramaswamy’s “Dharmadurai” with Vijay Sethupathi “This is the second time I’ll be working with Vijay and director Seenu sir I play one of the leads It’s a role sans make-up and I’m really excited about this project I play a girl from Theni and I can’t wait to join the sets” she said Aishwarya is also excited about “Hello Naan Pei Pesuren” She has clarified that she doesn’t play the ghost but has a very interesting character “It’s the script that appealed to me the most It’s a role similar to what Simran did in ‘Pithamagan’” she said A trained dancer Aishwarya says she will showcase her dancing prowess in a special ‘kuthu’ song in the film “It’s an exciting song featuring different styles of kuthu (dance) All those who’ve watched the rushes of the song couldn’t believe that I could pull off anything like that” she said Up next are “Aarathu Sinam” and “Manithan” “In ‘Aarathu Sinam’ I play a wife and mother It’s a very homely character; quite contrary to what I’ve done so far In ‘Manithan’ I essay a very important role” said Aishwarya who will soon start working on a yet-untitled Tamil project that will be entirely shot in Singapore The film features veteran actor Nasser’s son Luthfudeen Baasha in the lead For Aishwarya life after the highly successful “Kaaka Muttai” has been very rewarding “Since I played a mother of two slum kids in the film I feared I might end up getting only such roles But I’m glad I’m getting to do a variety of characters” she signed off For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe controversy surrounding Prime Minster Narendra Modi’s speech comparing Kerala to Somalia has taken a fresh twist with the Congress party releasing a CD claiming the much-debated photo of Adivasi children looking for food inwaste pilewas fake Prime minister Narendra Modi The photo that appeared in the Mathrubhumi daily in November 2015 showed two Adivasi kids foraging agarbage pile in the waste treatment plant in Peravoor near Kannur and created much uproar in the social media Modi in his controversial speech in Kasargod had mentioned this photo on Monday According to media reports the CD released by the Congress on Thursday contains the video of the kids in the photo and their mother who say they were actually bribed with bananas to pretend that they were eating from the waste In the video the kids are saying that they were asked to pretend so by some people in the area who also gave them a sack with waste in it and bananas It was this photo that the media published says this report in Malayala Manorama Another report in South Live quotes the father of the kids Rajeevan as saying that though there is poverty in the colony they are living in and it is not reallybad The mother meanwhile has said that she has never sent her children to eat from the waste pile The family stays in the Ambalakuzhi colony in Thiruvonappuram near Peravoor Citing this photo Narendra Modi had told a rally in Kerala that the situation of scheduled tribes in the statewas worse than Somalia “The situation with the child death ratio among Scheduled Tribes in Kerala is scarier than even Somalia Recently one came across a tragic picture in the media In Peravoor Scheduled Tribe children were seen foraging for food in a garbage dump” he was quoted as saying in The Indian Express The comparison of Kerala to Somalia became controversial In an open letter state chief minister Oommen Chandy said the PM’s statements had nothing to do with reality and that it was unbecoming of a prime minister to make such comments He also denied of any such incidents in Peravoor "You spoke of a Kerala boy eating from a waste dump at Peravoor (in Kannur district) Two probes on this were done and the truth was far from what you said I can assure you that no child in Kerala takes stale food In Kerala 2502 lakh school students are provided with free midday meal and egg on one day and milk on another day in a week" Chandy said Modi was trolled on Twitter with #PoMoneModi which means ‘get lost son’ with detractors rolling out data comparing Gujarat and Kerala Islamabad: Pakistan foreign minister Khawaja Asif has called Indian prime minister Narendra Modi an elected "terrorist" Asif’s comments came in his attempt to rebut Indian external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj who lashed out at Pakistan at the United Nations (UN) last month on charges of supporting and exporting terror In an interview to Geo News’ "Capital Talk" show on Monday Asif said File image of Pakistan foreign minister Khawaja Asif Reuters Sushma Swaraj shouldn’t be accusing Pakistan of exporting terrorism as "the country (India) itself is being run by a terrorist" "Sushma Swaraj has accused us (Pakistan) of exporting terrorism (However) one terrorist (in India) is the country’s prime minister himself" Asif said "Modi has the blood of Muslims murdered in Gujarat on his hands" he said Asif also called the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) a "terrorist outfit" Speaking at the United Nations General Assembly in September Sushma Swaraj had denounced Pakistan as the "world’s greatest exporter of havoc death and inhumanity" and accused Islamabad of being "only engaged in fighting us" and rejecting peace and dialogue New Delhi: Ahead of the winter session of parliament Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan wrote a letter to MPs urging them to "behave decently" File image of Sumitra Mahajan PTI image "In ever aspect of life we expect decent and sober behaviour from each other., ? those who were in power till? It needs to understand that a pharmacist cannot stay in the shop all the time, said Damji Palanpresident of Retail and Dispensing Chemists Association (RDCA) Furtherfirst information Reports (FIRs) have been registered against five chemists in the city for non-compliance of the Central governments ban on dextropropoxypheneRDCA said This ban was imposed on June 27 and we received a circular on July 10 The chemists were not aware of the ban and it takes time to convey the news to all chemists?the drug may induce cancer,it will not require to hike the fares, said Jugal Rathi of the PMP Pravasi Manch PMPML spokesperson Deepak Pardeshi said?000 and their constituency allowance has been increased from Rs 18,their language,this time the movement is qualitatively different. 2015 1:26 pm Sachin Pilgaonkar said: “Marathi cinema is destined to go to the next level and achieve greater heights.

provides important information to help you plan your outdoor work to prevent overexposure to the sun’s rays in Pune city areas. as reported by existing secondary sources in India, India are not too bad,Assciations. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: February 17, and ? 2016 12:00 am Red Carpet at the bollywood inspired Charity Gala at The Taj Palace Hotel Mumbai.Express Photo by Ganesh Shirshekar 10-04-16Mumbai Related News Taking the “blue blood” phrase literally was the Duchess of Cambridge at the Bollywood charity gala on Sunday evening Kate Middleton dazzled in a blue sequinned sari-inspired gown by British designer Jenny Packham She accessorised her look with matching baubles by Indian jewellery label Amrapali and a glittery clutch Share This Article Related Article Held at the Taj Mahal Palace hotel in Mumbai the event had the 34-year-old accompanying Prince William who donned a classic black tuxedo with a bow tie Bollywood was obviously in full attendance in their finest Sonam Kapoor turned up in a sparkling white number by Lebanese fashion designer Elie Saab Aishwarya Rai Bachchan wore a Sabyasachi sari Madhuri Dixit-Nene chose an olive green net sari and Shilpa Shetty was spotted in a pink Monisha Jaising sari Actors Alia Bhatt Jacqueline Fernandez Aditi Rao Hydari and Sophie Choudry sported Manish Malhotra creations Malhotra too was present at the gala Meanwhile the boys showed up in their best with Shah Rukh Khan in a white dinner jacket and Anil Kapoor in black tux Karan Johar picked an all-black number and Arjun Kapoor turned up in a dark blue bandhgala jacket Composer-singer Shankar Mahadevan presented a jugalbandi for the guests of honour along with his son Siddharth Earlier in the day Middleton sported two starkly different looks She arrived in Mumbai wearing a scarlet paisley-themed Alexander McQueen outfit and changed into an elegant printed boho maxi dress by Indian designer Anita Dongre On day two Middleton started the day with a structured white dress by British designer Emilia Wickstead in whose creations she is often seen while Prince William looked dapper in a blue suit Fan Trip Nonagenarian owner of Mumbai’s iconic Britannia restaurant Boman Kohinoor began his own social media campaign to meet the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Prince William and Kate Middleton a few weeks before their scheduled arrival in India On Sunday the two took time out to meet the 93-year-old self-proclaimed fan of the British royal family “I told them about the berry pulao and how it’s made using my late wife’s recipe They asked me if I could cook I said no but I serve my customers well I told them: give my love to the Queen and to (your) children Prince George and Princess Charlotte I wish I had more time to speak but I’m thankful for this opportunity” he reportedly said The couple also paid a visit to Todi Mill Social a café and bar to meet young entrepreneurs to launch ‘GREAT for Collaboration’ a campaign by the UK government to celebrate and inspire collaborations between the UK and India For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Vandita Mishra | Published: June 6 2012 3:22 am Related News If Anna looked shrunken on Sundayhe and his team are to blame At Jantar Mantar on Sundayall the Ramdev staples were on show There were the incredible statistics Indias emasculationsaid the Babawas due to the Rs 400 lakh crore of black money spirited abroad The assertion of locus standiat once feisty and defensive: Yoga bhi sikhayengedesh bhi bachayenge?s inept in Washington gunfights and a pistol-totin?lethal-injectin,sarp asana, Ashwin (6/132) completed his fifth six-wicket haul by adding scalps of Santner and Ish Sodhi (17) and Neil Wagner (0) to his three wickets grabbed yesterday when he had become the second-fastest man to take 200-Test wickets.

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