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And it’s on The Pawan fever is back with another mass overlay as the first teaser of Katamaryudu’s is out With a cowboyish tune in the background Pawan Kalyan in his handlebar moustache looks furious Not to miss his signature lungi-lift which is a blaring alarm that something is serious or not just right Pawan has reset the mass grammar with a renewed dose of action-filled sword singing in this faction backdrop Bringing back the memories of chasing-by-run sequence and high-octane fights at railway stations the power star has assured that Katamarayaudu might be the actioner of the year This is for the first time that Pawan will be seen in such an avatar Katamarayudu is the Telugu remake of Tamil blockbuster Veeram The movie will feature Pawan Kalyan as a faction leader Actor Shruti Haasan will be seen opposite him in the film Reports suggest that the producers plan to release the film on Ugaadi in March wrapping up the shooting by this month Meanwhile Pawan Kalyan is taking a break from his political commitments as he is already working on two other projects full throttle He had booked a slot for another Tamil remake He will be seen playing Ajith’s role in the Vedalam remake under R T Neason’s direction The film’s shooting will take place later this year He also signed up another project with popular director Trivikram Srinivas Watch teaser here: While the actor is busy with three projects he is also teaming up with Trivikram to jointly produce a film featuring Nithiin For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: June 19 2017 2:19 pm Hideki Matsuyama watched the finish on television in the clubhouse (Source: USA Today Sports) Top News Hideki Matsuyama finished like a champion firing the best score of the final round at the US Open on Sunday but despite his six-under-par 66 had to settle for a tie for second place at Erin Hills The 25-year-old Matsuyama could take some comfort and pride in matching the best finish ever by a Japanese in a men’s major set by Hall of Famer Isao Aoki runner-up to Jack Nicklaus in the 1980 US Open at Baltusrol He also jumped from fourth to a career-high second in the world rankings behind Dustin Johnson “I played really well today Came up a little short” Matsuyama told reporters through an interpreter “No regrets” Matsuyama had eight birdies and two bogeys finishing with a flourish with a birdie on the par-five 18th to end up tied with overnight leader Brian Harman on 12-under 276 four shots behind winner Brooks Koepka “Brooks is a good friend of ours and happy for him Wish him well and congratulate him I’ll try to beat him the next time” It had been an uphill battle for Matsuyama after he began the year’s second major with a two-over 74 He followed that with a sizzling second-round 65 and a 71 “If I learned anything you’ve got to put four good rounds together I played two good rounds but it wasn’t enough” Matsuyama said Matsuyama watched the finish on television in the clubhouse He said he would rather be out on the course fighting for the title “I learned a lot this week Hopefully though in future majors I can play in the last or next to last group to give myself a better chance But I’m happy with the way I played and it gives me confidence going forward” Harman led by one stroke going into the final round but took back-to-back bogeys from the 12th and finished with another bogey at 18 as he shot 72 “It bites a little bit right now” the diminutive left-hander said after his first experience at being in contention at a major “But Brooks played so well on Monday “I mean you’ve got to tip your cap He went and won the golf tournament on the back nine” Harman said about Koepka who clinched his victory with a run of three birdies in a row from the 14th For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by M J Akbar | Published: June 2 2015 12:14 am P Chidambaram Related News Statistics and facts give the lie to P Chidambaram’s ‘anecdotal evidence’ and stray remarks If inflation had not fallen and corruption continued they would have figured at the top of his column Average is not a term one easily associates with lawyer politician and columnist P Chidambaram Whether you agree or disagree with him he certainly has a brain far above average family pedigree substantial inheritance an extremely lucrative profession and a political career that has made him home as well as finance minister There is nothing average by any conventional parameter Perhaps this is why Chidambaram struck such a continuous series of false notes when he tried to disguise himself as an average citizen in his last column for this newspaper (‘Letter to the Prime Minister’ IE June 1) The first question that a genuinely average Indian would ask any prime minister of India would be about inflation forcefully supported by the overwhelming 600 million living below or far below the median Eighty Indians out of 100 worry about the cost of food; cost is the difference between comfort and subsistence When Chidambaram was finance minister in April 2014 food inflation was 989 per cent; it has slumped to 536 per cent in 2014-15 when Arun Jaitley has replaced him and Narendra Modi is PM Take basics: rice has dipped from plus 1276 per cent to minus 004 per cent Potatoes have come down from a soaring 3301 per cent to minus 4114 per cent on an April-to-April gauge WPI inflation for April this year is actually minus 265 per cent These statistics may not mean much to the well fed; they mean the earth to everyone else The second question from average India is about corruption There has not been a single case of corruption during Narendra Modi’s year in office in contrast to the torrent of sleaze and crony capitalism during the UPA decade The average Indian wants to know why Chidambaram as finance minister was the author of zero-loss theories in massive scams when the same spectrum and coal mines have delivered over Rs 300000 crore to the public exchequer in just one year of a Modi government The average Indian wants to know whether Chidambaram’s son was a direct beneficiary in a telecom deal and why lobbyists were able to influence his government into appointing A Raja as minister in charge of telecom (I hope you recall the Radia tapes) The average citizen wants to know why Chidambaram as home minister bugged the office of his senior colleague Pranab Mukherjee in the infamous chewing gum incident The average citizen wants to know why Chidambaram manipulated figures to hide the truth about the fiscal deficit during his tenure and slashed disbursements to social-sector departments You can lay a safe bet that if inflation had not fallen and corruption continued they would have figured at the top of Chidambaram’s fudge-and-false-analogy column There is a reason why he never uses statistics just “anecdotal evidence” and stray remarks Statistical evidence would destroy his case and every lawyer evades facts when they deflate his argument He says that he was told by a relative a small businessman that banks are loath to give loans I don’t know how small the business is but if it is small enough the relative can check with Mudra Bank This has been set up by Modi to help those running small businesses like vegetable vendors Why did Chidambaram never think of such a bank Possibly because small for him means at least 100 crore Private projects are stalled Chidambaram complains When were they stalled This year Or when Chidambaram was FM In 2013-14 stalled projects constituted 83 per cent of the GDP In one year of the Modi government this has come down to 69 per cent FDI was $20766 million during 2013-2014; it has shot up to $28813 million Indian companies raised Rs 29381 crore in private equity when Chidambaram was FM; they have raised Rs 56801 crore in 2014-15 When Chidambaram was in charge the Index of Industrial Production (IIP) growth was minus 01 per cent [you read that correctly; it was negative] This has climbed to 28 per cent in 2014-15 The former FM is frightened of facts The average citizen wants electricity yet another subject missing from the bogey list The average Indian wants power for bulbs not air conditioners Transmission lines have expanded from 16743 km in 2013-14 to 22101 km in the past year Capacity addition has risen by 27 per cent from 17769 MW to 22566 MW Coal production has improved from 462 MT to 494 MT There has been as much as 46 per cent growth in rural roads under the PM’s Gram Sadak Yojana This means jobs for the poorest of the poor Tourism is up by 8 per cent which means earnings for the service sector which supplies the most jobs The 100 new cities will mean jobs and more jobs for those who need it most as infrastructure is the biggest creator of employment One could go on I am pleased however that Chidambaram did mention the case of a young Muslim in Mumbai who was denied a job because of his religion Surely it cannot be Chidambaram’s case that this is the first incident of its kind Discrimination was rife under six decades of Congress dominance as was the detention of Muslim youth against whom the police could not even muster a charge But there is a difference I admire the courage and confidence of this Mumbai youth He put the facts out in the open He was not a victim of fear He is a child of a changing India Equally a dozen companies immediately offered him a job yet another sign of change This young man rationally selected the best offer Where did the offer come from The Adani group Who are the Adanis According to Chidambaram’s leader Rahul Gandhi the Adanis are close to Narendra Modi I cannot vouch for this for such queries are far above my paygrade But Rahul Gandhi says that the Adanis are supporters of Modi a leader who promises development for all and jobs for all — including Muslims There are two political parties whose support comes mainly although not entirely from minorities Both Mufti Mohammad Sayeed’s PDP and Parkash Singh Badal’s Akali Dal are in alliance with the BJP Have Mufti and Badal become allies because they think the PM is anti-minority Do Mufti and Badal need lessons from Chidambaram on the welfare of Muslims and Sikhs Let me tell you what the average citizen is asking He is asking about Chidambaram’s complicity in the massacre of Muslims in Hashimpura in Uttar Pradesh when he was Union minister for internal security and there was a Congress government in Lucknow He is asking Chidambaram about Batla House He is asking why Chidambaram stopped the disbursement of allocated funds for the welfare of minority districts The average Indian lives with his feet on the ground not on a podium of vested interests The writer is national spokesperson of the BJP For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: May 25 2013 3:53 am Related News * This refers to KS Bajpais When Li comes calling (IEMay 17) Quite oftenthe Indian government tries to keep people in the dark about the real nature and gravity of the disputes with neighbouring countries in order to hide its own diffidence or failure to tackle the problem to its advantage Sometimesit is even to exploit these for partisan ends As a resultthe disputes remain unresolved Regarding Chinas incursionsour reaction is generally sotto voce and we even try to find virtue in retreat Sometimes the government does reactbut only under pressure from the opposition and the people As a rising regional powerIndia must now stand up to violators of its borders For thisit needs to tell people about its stand on the conflicts and its strategy to achieve the desired end HemaLangeri Batting for change * In spite of persistent reports on spot-fixing in the IPLthe political class has remained largely silent The Union governments proposal to enact a tough anti-fixing law is not the only solution The sports bodies are controlled by politicians with vested interests Oftenthey are not interested in promoting the sport or talented sportspersons The former Union minister for sportsAjay Makenhad tried to cleanse the administrative bodies and make them transparentbut he faced severe resistance Nowthe IPL spot-fixing hype will go on for a few more daysuntil a new sensation is foundand sports lovers and genuine sportspersons will continue to feel betrayed N RamamurthyChennai * The affairs of the BCCI and its functionaries are turning murkier every day There seem to be no checks and balances Now it turns out that BCCI chief N Srinivasans son-in-lawGurunath Meiyappanwas running the Chennai Super Kings As the investigations into the spot-fixing scandal continuethe man under intense focus is Meiyappan He cannot escape charges of conflict of interest Accusations are flying thick and fastincluding that Chennai manipulated the 2011 auctions Even MS Dhonis captaincy has come under question Indian cricket suffers because of an organisation like the BCCI The BCCInicknamed the Board of Cricketing Controversies in Indiahas had its way on everything and now we feel its corrosive influence on the IPL CR KrishnanNavi Mumbai Calling on Kabul * Afghan President Hamid Karzais recent three-day visit to India was significant in many ways As the two countries had already signed a strategic partnership agreementthe Afghan president sought supply of military equipment for Afghan security forces This shows that Kabul wants New Delhi to play a proactive role in its military affairsapart from pitching in with reconstruction work Given that US and Nato forces are withdrawing from AfghanistanDelhi must seize the opportunity to make inroads in the war-ravaged country Providing assistance to Afghan security forces is in its own interest too A resurgent Taliban must be contained Manoj ParasharGhaziabad For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News "Haryana government nominated 41 people as members of the ad-hoc Haryana Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee to manage.