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“What do people like PC George think?” she questioned. “Hereafter, who has also played on the Asian Tour, one feels, Her entire family including brother and sister were present and they were delighted and excited to see? detection and disposal methods and tactical issues proved to be very useful, we will also train personnel of Border Security Force, Top News ‘Saw 3D: The Final Chapter’ was not the last movie in the franchise as “Saw 8” is reportedly in works. “Piranha 3D’s” Pete Goldfinger and Josh Stolberg have been roped in to write the screenplay reported Digital Spy James Wan who directed the first “Saw” film and writer Leigh Whannell are serving as the executive producers on the project which has been titled “Saw: Legacy” The original “Saw” was released in 2004 It was a huge success earning more than USD 103 million worldwide from a budget of just USD13 million For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Vishal Menon | Greater Noida | Updated: August 30 2016 10:53 am India Blue opener Gautam Gambhir plays a shot during his unbeaten 51-run knock against India Red in Greater Noida on Monday (Express Photo: Praveen Khanna) Top News Batting with a pronounced open chested stance India Blue captain Gautam Gambhir looked extremely ungainly at the crease The change in the technique seemed to have been propagated to counter the fast and fullish incoming deliveries which have made him a candidate for lbw dismissals in the past This could also have come about after his sessions in Perth with former Australia opener Justin Langer whom Gambhir had visited at the end of the 2014-15 Ranji season Whatever the reason the 34-year-old was not complaining though Riding on luck the opener raised his half century and was involved in an unbeaten 105-run stand with fellow opener Mayank Agarwal before torrential showers stopped play on Day 1 of the second Day/Night Duleep Trophy encounter between India Blue and India Red here in Greater Noida “I don’t mind batting first The first session is always going to crucial Hopefully we can get a good start Playing under lights is going to be a completely different experience and I am sure the guys here are going to relish it” captain Gambhir had said after losing the toss and being asked to take first strike His comments summed up his state of mind ahead of his pink ball debut Like in the numerous Ranji Trophy games he had played for Delhi Gambhir was willing to grind it out in the beginning intent on playing high intensity and attritional cricket His innings lacked flair but he was effective nevertheless In just his second over India Red’s tearaway rookie targeted Gambhir with the full delivery outside off stump However he ended up erring in line offering ample room for the left-hander to crunch it through covers Again because of the open stance Gambhir did not look picture perfect His feet had hardly reached the pitch of the ball but had managed to make the optimum connection Two overs later Nathu tested Gambhir with a testing short delivery The batsman mistimed the hook and edged it to deep fine leg where Gambhir’s Delhi team-mate Pradeep Sangwan spilled it Gambhir trudged on Members of the groundstaff at the Greater Noida stadium had some fun after the covers came on (Express Photo: Praveen Khanna) His opening partner at the other end — Mayank Agarwal — struggled in the beginning Sangwan had the Karnataka opener’s measure for at least the first 30 minutes of play Trying to make amends for his dropped catch Sangwan tried his best to make early inroads Like Nathu he too worked up some pace and beat Mayank with some vicious away-going deliveries Mayank dug deep and survived Once he was set he opened up driving Sangwan on the up through the covers twice The duo took the score past the 50-run mark at the end of the 17th over With India Red’s pacers unable to dislodge Gambhir and Mayank Yuvraj brought his star chinaman bowler — Kuldeep Yadav However the Uttar Pradesh bowler looked ineffective as he failed to extract the kind of dip and grip he was getting from the surface in the first game If anything he was guilty of bowling too short enabling India Blue’s openers to keep the scoreboard ticking along comfortably Yuvraj brought back Nathu Singh before the tea break He continued to bowl fast but found absolutely no assistance from the track in Greater Noida which by then looked ideal for batting Two overs before the interval Nathu banged one short off a length drawing Mayank to play a flick shot a little too early The opener got a leading edge which was snapped up by Nathu only to realise that he had overstepped Against the run of play this was one scalp Yuvraj and his team would have wanted to help them get some momentum back in the proceedings especially after winning the toss and opting to field Despite his six-wicket burst in the last game Nathu was guilty of bowling 11 no-balls This seemed to be a recurrent feature in his bowling even today Red got another chance when Gambhir survived a run out chance At tea break the openers had taken India Blue to 81 It was not an exciting first session but a highly attritional one Gambhir and Mayank held fort survived a few close calls but had managed to put their team in a position of ascendancy Post tea break both openers reached their half centuries in emphatic fashion Mayank bludgeoned Yadav past long on to reach the landmark while captain Gambhir slapped two consecutive boundaries off Sangwan to reach his fifty and in the process also took his team past the 100-run mark By the 34th over the pink ball had gone out of shape prompting the umpires to go for a change The new ball had lasted only three balls when heavy rains ended play for good on Day 1 Torrential rains ends play Heavy rains accompanied by strong winds had stopped play at 530pm on Day 1 And with the rains showing no signs of stopping play was officially called off barely half an hour later By then almost the entire outfield was under covers and huge puddles of water were formed Brief scores: India Blue 105 for zero in 342 overs (Gautam Gambhir batting 51 off 105 balls Mayank Agarwal batting 53 off 102 balls) India Red won the toss and chose to field For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Updated: January 8 2016 8:40 pm Aditi Rao Hydari said: “There are so many people who struggle to get into the industry and being that outsider I am working with really good people” Related News Actress Aditi Rao Hydari who has shared screen space with megastar Amitabh Bachchan and Farhan Akhtar in “Wazir” says she’s glad that even though she doesn’t have a Bollywood background and is an “outsider” in the Hindi film industry she is “working with really good people” (Wazir movie review: Amitabh Bachchan Farhan Akhtar are the film’s high point) Aditi had in an earlier interview said that she felt like an “outsider” in the industry (Read:I am still struggling and waiting for my breakthrough film says ‘Wazir’ actress Aditi RaoHydari) Asked if having done films like “Delhi-6” “Yeh Saali Zindagi” “Khoobsurat” and now “Wazir” has changed her views Aditi said here: “When I say I’m an outsider I mean that my family is not from the industry… There are so many people who struggle to get into the industry and being that outsider I am working with really good people” The 29-year-old actress plays Farhan’s wife Ruhana in Bejoy Nambiar-directed “Wazir” Also read:‘Wazir’ actress Aditi Rao Hydari wants to do a dance-basedfilm Aditi says she doesn’t know “how the industry works” so she “learns something new every day” and “looks at it as positive thing” “Sometimes it makes you weak sometimes it makes you excited but mostly it’s magic because I feel privileged every day” she added The “Boss” actress said she loves “being an actor” “I love being a drama queen in front of the camera I really enjoy it” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Melbourne | Updated: January 27 2017 5:26 pm Bethanie Mattek-Sands and Czech Lucie Safarova shared 660000 Australian dollars in prize money (Source: Reuters) Top News American Bethanie Mattek-Sands and Czech Lucie Safarova enhanced their reputation as the dominant duo in women’s doubles by winning the Australian Open title for the second time The second-seeded pair had to scramble from behind to eventually overwhelm Czech Andrea Hlavackova and China’s Peng Shuai 6-7 (3) 6-3 6-3 in a tense final It extended the pair’s unbeaten record to 12 matches at Melbourne Park – they won the 2015 doubles title in their debut as a team but didn’t play together last year because illness forced Safarova to miss the championships It was their fourth Grand Slam success after also winning the 2015 French Open and last year’s US Open Not only did Mattek-Sands strengthen her grip on the No1 ranking and Safarova rose to a career-high No2 the pair shared 660000 Australian dollars ($500000) in prizemoney The victors did a rehearsed dance routine on Rod Laver Arena after being presented with their trophies and held aloft the perpetual cup “We were celebrating like 5-year-old kids out there When we got the trophy and saw our names on it and to know they will be on it again is special” Mattek-Sands said “She’s my rock out there We play aggressive and have fun We really balance each other out” It was the first meeting of the teams in which all four players have won at least two Grand Slam doubles titles Hlavackova and Peng who had not dropped a set on the way to the final took an early service break and seemed in command of the opening set But Mattek-Sands 31 and Safarova 29 were able to retrieve the situation and the set headed inevitably to a tiebreaker Hlavackova 30 and Peng 31 surged to the lead and held on to close it out 7-3 Hlavackova and Peng both lost serve to slump to 0-3 in the second set before breaking Mattek-Sands to get on the scoreboard It proved to be merely a slight interruption for Mattek-Sands and Safarova as they powered through the second set to square the final The set swung on Hlavackova’s serve in the fourth game of the deciding set After seemingly being in control she fended off a break point and then double-faulted on the next one to give up the crucial service break In the mixed doubles second-seeded Ivan Dodig of Croatia and India’s Sania Mirza will play Colombian Juan Sebastian Cabal and American Abigail Spears in the final on Sunday The Dodig-Mirza combination beat Australians Sam Groth and Samantha Stosur 6-4 2-6 10-5 in their semifinal Cabal and Spears beat Chris Guccione of Australia and Elina Svitolina of the Ukraine 7-6 (1) 6-2 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsInsight: Deep in Yemen war Saudi fight against Iran falters | Reuters World Reuters Nov 10 2017 01:02:53 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Nov 10 2017 01:02 AM | Updated Date: Nov 10 2017 01:02 AM Tags : #Reuters Also See The third day of Olympic competition featured a couple of notable firsts: Rafaela Silva captured host Brazil’s initial gold medal of the Rio Games and fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad became the firstAmerican ever to compete in the Gameswearing a hijab But there was no let-up in the war between clean and drug-tainted swimmers in the Rio Olympics pool Silva who grew up in Rio’s notorious City of God slum sparked pandemonium as she won Brazil’s first gold of the Games in the women’s under-57kg judo Rafaela Silva celebrates winning the gold medal with fans AP Silva upset world number one Sumiya Dorjsuren for what was a hugely welcome win for Brazil after apathy and protests in the run-up to South America’s first Olympics "It’s great for kids who are watching judo now Seeing someone like me who left the City of God who started judo at five years of age as a joke" said Silva 24 who also won the 2013 world title on home soil "To be world champion and Olympic champion is something inexplicable" Overwhelmed with emotion she performed the Brazilian version of the Green Bay Packers’ "Lambeau Leap" to celebrate with her compatriots In the women’s sabre tournament Muhammad sporting a plain black Muslim head scarf under a red white and blue mask was a winner in her opening bout before bowing out A New Jersey native who started fencing in part because the uniform allowed her to adhere to the tenets of her faith Muhammad also competes in the team event later this week Ibtihaj Muhammad of the United States Getty Images Australia won the first gold medal for rugby sevens at the Olympics beating archrival New Zealand 24-17 in the women’s final American Lilly King won a trash-talking duel with Russian Yulia Efimova for the gold medal in the 100-meter breaststroke the US men’s basketball team surged after a slow start beating Venezuela 113-69 Lilly King poses during the medal ceremony Getty It contrasted with the toxic atmosphere on the Maria Lenk Aquatics Centre pool deck as swimmers and fans again made their feelings known over doping Efimova who has twice failed drugs tests was booed before the women’s 100m breaststroke final and she came under fire again after finishing second "We can still compete clean and do well in the Olympic Games — and that’s how it should be" said King Doping has cast a shadow over the Games after revelations of state-sponsored cheating threatened Russia’s presence and ultimately saw their team slashed by nearly a third Olympic superstar Michael Phelps said drug cheats shouldn’t be allowed back into sport after doping rows clouded the opening days of the Rio Olympics Phelps said "it breaks my heart" after controversy over athletes who have previously failed drugs tests broke out at the Rio swimming competition China’s Sun Yang was also embroiled in a row after Australia’s Mack Horton called him a "drugs cheat" but he kept his cool to win the men’s 200m freestyle Sun Yang celebrates winning gold in the Men’s 200m Freestyle Final Getty Images Horton’s comment about Sun who served a doping ban in 2014 drew such a furious response from Chinese media that organisers sought to calm trash-talking between athletes Chinese patience was also tested by the discovery that a flawed China flag is being used at the Games — prompting organisers to scramble for replacements The four small gold stars on the Chinese flag are pointing upwards rather than towards the bigger star as they are supposed to a mistake which was poorly received by patriotic Chinese However Chen Aisen and Lin Yue won the men’s 10m platform diving for China who finished day three with five gold medals in total Japan’s ‘King Kohei’ Uchimura led Japan to victory in the men’s team gymnastics completing his collection of major titles in the sport Koji Yamauro Yusuke Tanaka Kohei Uchimura Ryohei Kato and Kenzo Shirai of Japan pose after winning the gold medal Getty Russia took gold and silver in the women’s sabre fencing as Yana Egorian beat Sofiya Velikaya who again suffered heartbreak after also losing the 2012 Olympic final Thailand also enjoyed a one-two in the women’s 58kg weightlifting as Sukanya Srisurat beat Pimsiri Sirikaew by 8kg In rugby Australia’s women beat New Zealand to become the Olympics’ first rugby sevens champions prompting a tearful departing haka by the beaten Kiwis Atypically relaxed Usain Bolt shimmied with semi-naked samba dancers as he said he was ready to take on the "Treble-Treble" — his third 100m 200m and 4x100m sprint sweep — in his final Games Usain Bolt dances samba during a Jamaican Olympic Association and Puma press conference AFP "This is the last one for sure" Bolt said at a press conference "I’ve done enough I’ve proven myself over and over again this is the last one" In Tennis defending champion Serena Williams ended a three-match losing streak against France’s Alize Cornet to keep her hopes of a fifth Olympic gold medal alive But it was a rollercoaster 7-6 (7/5) 6-2 victory for the 34-year-old world number one who 24 hours earlier had suffered her first ever Olympic Games women’s doubles loss with sister Venus Juan Martin del Potro followed up his shock defeat of Novak Djokovic by downing Portugal’s Joao Sousa in front of a legion of passionate vocal Argentine fans Argentina’s Juan Martin Del Potro reacts after winning his men’s second round singles match AFP Dressed in sky blue football shirts the Argentine’s followers draped national flags and banners over the centre court barriers and responded defiantly when locals booed the mention of del Potro’s name However traditional bitterness between Brazil and Argentina boiled over when a group of fans engaged in a punch-up But Del Potro eventually ran out of steam when he and Maximo Gonzalez lost their men’s doubles second round tie to Rafael Nadal and Marc Lopez Djokovic suffered a second Olympic defeat in the space of 24 hours when he and Nenad Zimonjic were knocked out of the men’s doubles The Serb pair lost 6-4 6-4 to Brazilian fourth seeds Marcelo Melo and Bruno Soares German second seed and Australian Open champion Angelique Kerber recovered from a 4-1 first set deficit to defeat Canada’s Eugenie Bouchard 6-4 6-2 who is making his directorial debut with Anushka Sharma production’s Phillauri.
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