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Need to see how our party can grow.Will take stock of final numbers this evening" Of the three independent legislators Rohan Khaunte has said he would back the Congress if it staked claim to form a government "They supported me during the election I will go with the Congress" he said Govind Gawde another Independent has gone the other way supporting BJP and saying the party supported his campaign The third Independent Prasad Gaonkar has been tight-lipped With inputs from agencies New Delhi: The Congress on Tuesday announced its candidates for remaining three seats for Punjab assembly polls on 4 February Inderbir Singh Bolaria has been chosen to contest from Amritsar South while Manju Bansal is the party’s candidate from Mansa The ticket for Ludhiana East is given to Sanjay Talwar Congress said in a statement Punjab Congress president Captain Amarinder Singh with former PM Manmohan Singh PTI With these three names the party has announced its candidates for all the 117 constituencies of the state elections Bolaria who is sitting MLA from Amritsar South had quit the Shiromani Akali Dal to join the Congress in October last year While Bansal is wife of former Congress MLA Mangat Rai Bansal Talwar is a sitting Congress councillor from Ludhiana This time the party has projected its heavyweights against top leaders of ruling SAD in the state Congress state president Amarinder Singh will take on Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal from his pocket borough of Lambi While its young turk and Ludhiana MP Ravneet Singh Bittu will contest from Jalalabad the bastion of state Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal Amarinder will also contest from his traditional Patiala urban seat The party has also nominated cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu as its candidate from Amritsar East Election to the 117-member Punjab assembly promises to be three-way fight between the ruling SAD-BJP combine Congress and the new entrant AAP Written by Paromita Chakrabarti | Updated: July 8 2017 11:44 am Into the Water Paula Top News Book name: Into the Water Author: Paula Hawkins Publisher: Penguin Pages: 353 Price: 599 The exhilaration of the first dive is something that every swimmer worth her salt will vouch for The rush of air and the heady surge of adrenaline as your body hits the water the sudden blanketing of all noise and then as one surfaces the feeling of being vitally alive Paula Hawkins’s second novel after her bestselling debut The Girl on the Train however never recovers from the dive It pitches headlong into dark murky waters in the town of Beckford in Northumberland and then for the rest of the novel flounders as it tries to break to the surface much like her protagonist Jules Abbott A visit from the police informing her about her estranged sister Nel’s accidental death brings Jules back to the one place she has always wanted to escape: their home in Beckford close to the Drowning Pool the site of many childhood humiliations Jules hates the water but she knows Nel an accomplished swimmer could not possibly have drowned What could have killed her then Was it her probing into the many mysterious drownings at the pool over the years including the recent one of her daughter’s best friend After all Nel had written in her manuscript “Beckford is not a suicide spot Beckford is a place to get rid of troublesome women” Living up to the glory of a first novel that has sold over 18 million copies is a tough ask Hawkins somersaults off to an atmospheric start before she introduces over 10 narrative voices to carry forward the thread of the mystery It’s an ambitious project and you can see how the author wants to tie it up with a commentary on how women who have dared to rebel have been bedevilled down the ages But after a point the narrative begins to feel laboured the structure cumbersome and the mystery tepid It’s a bit of a letdown because Hawkins has a definite pulse for mapping the fallibilities of commonplace lives Perhaps it will find its voice in a movie Party Girls Die in Pearls Book name: Party Girls Die in Pearls Author: Plum Sykes Publisher: Bloomsbury Pages: 335 Price: 499 It’s Gossip Girl-meets-Agatha Christie in this murder mystery set in the Oxford University of 1985 Plum Sykes contributing editor at the American Vogue plays it right up her alley and sets her return to fiction in nearly a decade among the rich and decadent set at Britain’s most prestigious arts university (incidentally also her alma mater) Ursula Flowerbutton fetches up at Christminster College campus from her modest Gloucestershire farmhouse in the Cotswold for a course in Modern History and finds herself immediately drawn into a world of posh private school-educated undergraduates with a penchant for parties punting and the latest fashion Before Ursula can find her feet she’s swept into a whodunit when she discovers the body of India Brattenbury the snootiest girl in the pack in her don’s study Can she solve the mystery and earn herself a reporter’s post in the prestigious college paper Cherwell Assisted by her friend Nancy Feingold a feisty American Exchange student Ursula is determined to follow the case to its sordid end except that the murderer seems to be just a step ahead of her Sykes’s first book in what is to be an Oxford Girl Mystery series is a cheat’s guide to easy detection a light and escapist read very far from the intense crime fictions in the market Instead of gritty realism and psychological twists there’s a liberal sprinkling of fashion trends (pixie boots body-con dresses and ra-ra skirts anyone) and a droll sense of humour in Syke’s portrayal of Oxford’s champagne set (Horatio Bentley Cherwell’s gossip columnist in particular is a hoot) If you want to catch up on the ’80s lookbook (and why not seeing that retro is never quite out of vogue) go right ahead and take the plunge Don’t Let Go Book name: Don’t Let Go Author: Michel Bussi (Translated by Sam Taylor) Publisher: Orion Books (Hachette) Pages: 324 Price: 399 The Bellions – Martial Liane and their six-year-old daughter Sopha – are the picture-perfect prototype of a happy family that resorts in exotic island destinations want to show off in their tourist brochures But then on one such vacation in Reunion Island Liane goes up to the hotel room to change leaving Martial and Sopha lounging in the pool and disappears Just as the needle of suspicion hovers towards Martial he goes on the run with Sopha If the premise of Michel Bussi’s latest sounds familiar you’d do well to give up preconceived notions Bussi is a consummate artist the least of whose strengths is range His dazzling debut novel in English After the Crash (2015) was followed by the long-drawn and unexpected Black Water Lilies; now the Frenchman tries his hand at a well-worn trope and brings it to a startling denouement Don’t Let Go is a cracker of a thriller – terse taut and always moving at a frantic pace but the chase is only half the fun Like in his previous novels the setting is of essence in the world Bussi builds up — under his careful scrutiny the cauldron that is Reunion comes alive as he teases out the racial tensions simmering beneath the surface There are moments of unexpected and deep tenderness a sort of reprieve from the breathless pace of the hunt Perhaps the most endearing members of Bussi’s varied cast are the investigating officers — Aja Purvi and her second-in-command Christos Konstantinov — each trying to tame their demons and make the best of the deal life has served them and only half succeeding at it At once familiar and ingenuous Don’t Let Go is another hat tip to Bussi’s fine craftsmanship The Girl Before Book name: The Girl Before Author: JP Delaney Publisher: Quercus Books Pages: 406 Price: 399 Searching for a decent apartment in the city on a limited budget is the stuff of modern nightmares but what if you were given a chance to live in a hi-tech apartment — a coveted architect’s dream house — at a minimal rent should you pass his stringent screening process Emma and Jane the narrators of JP Delaney’s debut novel are both recovering from trauma when the chance to live at One Folgate Street in the heart of London opens up for them Its architect the rich handsome and quirky Edward Monkton is an advocate of Marie Kondo-esque minimalist living and both girls have to get past his eccentric grilling often bordering on intrusion to live there The house itself is the sort that features in Architectural Digest – impersonal clutter-free and technology-reliant Photosensitive windows anticipate the change in weather the internet is differently-abled within the premises restricting Google and Safari and allowing only the impersonal ‘Housekeeper’ to set the terms of usage Compliance is non-negotiable — there are sensors and cameras monitoring the tenant’s every shot at self-improvement As the story jumps between ‘Then: Emma’ and ‘Now: Jane’ Delaney builds up a taut mirror-image narrative where the girls seem to follow a set pattern orchestrated by Monkton that includes having an affair with him on the lines of Fifty Shades of Grey Will Jane escape Emma’s fate There’s a cast of extraneous characters who weigh in with their opinions about Emma and Jane neither of whom are built up in great detail despite sharing their every thought with the reader Delaney follows the commercially viable model of Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train throwing in an unreliable narrator to shake things up For all their similarities Emma and Jane are very different people and come to different (and difficult) ends The denouement is the biggest letdown particularly after the riveting turn of events leading up to it But Delaney certainly has an unerring eye for cinematic detail and pace traits that won the book a contract to be turned into a film by Ron Howard before its publication For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: February 21 2017 7:58 pm Under Abhijit Sarkar’s leadership Sahara bought Uttar Pradesh Wizards who play in the Hockey India League (Source: Express file photo) Top News Asian Hockey Federation (AHF) on Tuesday appointed Abhijit Sarkar as it’s new Vice Chairman and also the chief of AHF Commercial and TV Committee Sarkar who has been associated with the Sahara India Pariwar since 2004 was appointed on the basis of an Executive Board Meeting held on February 7 Sarkar had led the group in promoting various sports in India by sponsoring both the Indian National Cricket Team as well as the Indian National Hockey Team “I am deeply honored to be selected for this position at the Asian Hockey Federation Over the years with my deep involvement in the development of the sport I am keen to support all Asian hockey playing countries to achieve better success and make a mark in the world of hockey” Sarkar said Sarkar has served as the Head of Corporate Communications Corporate Affairs and Relations and the Sports Division at Sahara India Pariwar His ability to form and execute strategies relating to the promotion of sports in India has played a major role in his appointment as the Vice President of AHF Sarkar has also been deeply involved in the development of Indian hockey in recent times as under his leadership Sahara India bought the Uttar Pradesh Wizards’ franchise in the Coal India Hockey India League Earlier this year Sahara had also renewed its sponsorship with Hockey India until 2021 which includes promoting both the men’s and women’s senior and junior teams Speaking on the occasion Mariamma Koshy President Hockey India said “I would like to congratulate Mr Abhijit Sarkar for his well-deserved appointment as Vice President of the Asian Hockey Federation “I believe that it is a strong decision of the AHF as Mr Sarkar’s dedication and contribution to the sport has been immense I am sure under his able leadership and with his rich experience the Asian Hockey Federation will be able to achieve much success” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: March 21 2016 4:48 pm For her initiative Jacqueline Fernandez has joined hands with an NGO Habitat for Humanity to help raise enough funds for building new homes for the victims Related News Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandez and her team are raising funds to help build houses for victims of flood-hit Chennai as a part of her Tamil Nadu Flood Relief Campaign ‘Jacqueline Builds’ For her initiative Jacqueline has joined hands with an NGO Habitat for Humanity to help raise enough funds for building new homes for the victims Jacqueline’s entire team including her manager assistant hair and make up artist and others have lend their support for the cause by contributing as possible much in their capacity “It is grievous to see that people don’t have a shelter over their head during such a calamity It is truly heart-breaking My team feels likewise and has extended their support to the cause” Jacqueline Fernandez said On the professional front Jacqueline Fernandez is currently shooting for her upcoming film Dishoom with Varun Dhawan and John Abraham She is also working on the third installment of Sajid Khan’s comedy franchise Housefull 3 with Akshay Kumar and The Flying Jatt with Tiger Shroff For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: January 22 2017 1:14 am Harpal Singh was an assistant sanitary inspector Top News An employee of the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) allegedly committed suicide by consuming poison at his office in south Delhi’s Sarojini Nagar on Friday evening Police said the deceased has been identified as Harpal Singh an assistant sanitary inspector According to police Singh rushed to the hospital after consuming poison but collapsed as soon as he stepped outside his car Police said they have recovered a purported suicide note which was not signed wherein he wrote of “not bowing down to injustice” “Hum log yahan naukri karne aaye hain kisi ki bhi himmat hai ki humko naukri se hata de toh fir hum kyon kisi se darte hain ya gulami karte hain… Main aapko ye keh kar ja raha hoon… anyaay ke aage kabhi mat jhuko (We come here to work can anyone dare to remove us So why should we fear anybody or slave for them I am telling you this don’t ever bow down to injustice)” read the note in Hindi Singh’s family said he was in charge of the Clean India Programme in Sarojini Nagar They alleged he was facing pressure at work and was being “harassed” by his superiors Singh’s relative Sachin said “He was asked to work beyond normal hours He worked in multiple shifts and also worked for different departments that did not fall under his jurisdiction He had been disturbed for the last four months” Police sources said the preliminary autopsy report mentions cardiac arrest NDMC chairman Naresh Kumar said “We are cooperating with police It will be premature to give any comment on this issue now” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 21 2016 1:12 pm Issoufou Alfaga Abdoulrazak who defeated world champion Dmitry Shokin of Uzbekistan in the semi-finals was beaten for gold by Radik Isaev of Azerbaijan (Source: Reuters) Top News Niger’s Issoufou Alfaga Abdoulrazak won his country’s second Olympic medal on Saturday as he clinched silver in the men’s over-80 kilogram taekwondo competition boosting the number of medals won by African fighters at Rio to five in a sport typically dominated by Asian countries The 21-year-old who defeated world champion Dmitry Shokin of Uzbekistan in the semi-finals was beaten for gold by Radik Isaev of Azerbaijan on the final day of the sport’s competition at the Rio Games China’s Zheng Shuyin won gold in the women’s over 67 kg category on Saturday Zhao Shuai won the men’s under 58 kg category earlier in the week South Korea where the sport originated topped the medal table with five though it was the gold medal to Ivory Coast’s Cheick Sallah Cisse Abdoulrazak’s silver and three bronzes to African fighters that were the talking point “I want to win for Africa” said Abdoulrazak whose medal is only the second for Niger after a 1972 boxing bronze He added that he had been inspired by Cisse’s stunning victory on Friday when the Ivorian clinched victory against Great Britain’s Lutalo Muhammad with a spin kick to the head in the last second of their gold-medal bout “That showed me” Abdoulrazak said “It is possible to win even at the last moment” Cisse’s victory gave the Ivory Coast their second taekwondo medal of Friday after a bronze for Ruth Gbagbi in the women’s under 67kg category The two other bronze medalists hailed from Egypt and Tunisia and the strong showing from African fighters energised a crowd in which small pockets of fans from the continent often rivalled the boisterous Brazilians Before the Rio Games African fighters had won only three medals in total since taekwondo became a competitive Olympic sport in 2000 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News The party had fielded former Union Minister Sarve Satyanarayana by “importing” him from Malkajgiri Lok Sabha constituency,s decision.is a ?This is indicative of fear among goons and mafias. download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai | Updated: March 15.
who scored his first goal for the club in Tuesday’s friendly win over Real Salt Lake, It was November 27, It is followed by scenes of Kachner, the bird stops calling abruptly, For all the latest Sports News, Also read |?BRICS U-17 tournament at GMC Stadium.Sanctioning funds is not enough. He has submitted that the list of reserve wards is illegal and not as per the Section 6 of the Municipal Corporation Act and it also violates Article 243 T of the Constitution. Rookie Karnataka opener Mayank Agarwal could be a beneficiary because of the injuries to KL Rahul and Shikhar Dhawan.
GRP officials said the family had come to Firozabad from Bihar,the cinema owners want the DDA to cover them under the plan. Shiv Sena and the Swabhimani Shetkari Sanghatana that engaged in demonstrations as farmers stayed away from street shows.The parties that were earlier together in demanding a farm loan waiver from the state government organised separate protests across the state On the fifth day of the strike some former Congress ministers complained that people were no longer supporting the strike after the government announced a Rs 30000 crore loan waiver for the farmers At an internal meeting it was discussed that prolonging the strike would invite a backlash from the people Statistics showed that across Maharashtra of the total 307 Agriculture Produce Market Committee (APMC) 300 operated While four APMCs were shut because of weekly holiday three APMCs — Ausa (Latur) Sakri-Dhule Khamgaon Buldhana — were shut in support of the strike At Nashik and Ahmednagar farm produce movement was affected because of the strike Pune registered some impact whereas Nagpur region Marathwada Jalgaon and Sangli markets continued as usual The state’s 10 big markets procured a total stock of 122110 quintal of farm produce The total farm produce (vegetables and fruits) across the state comes to around 168570 quintal While the supply in Mumbai was 69160 quintals Pune had 15290 quintal Nagpur recorded 25843 quintal and Solpur had 6161 quintals Places like Mumbai Navi Mumbai Nagpur Nashik Aurangabad and Amravati showed no signs of protest However Swabhimani Shetkari Sanghatana chief Raju Shetti led a demonstration at Icchalkaranji in Kolhapur and Shiv Sena MLA Chandrajeet Narke took to the streets separately At Mohol district in Solapur some NCP workers broke window glasses of few state busses… At Nashik rural six places reported rasta roko At Kalwan the protest was lead by communist workers whereas at Dindori Nophad NCP’s Anil Kunde and at Chandwad ex-MLA Girish Kotwal led the protest Kiran Patil led the agoitation at Dhule At Jalgaon Raver the Shiv Sena protest was led by Prahlad Mahajan and at Yaval Ghanshyam Patil led the agitation In Nanded’s Ardhapur Congress workers damaged few buses Whereas Hingoli saw Shiv Sena’s Santosh Bangar in the forefront of agitation There were reports of stone pelting at Osmanabad and attack on a milk tanker at Satara On Monday Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said: “The government is willing to engage in talks with anybody provided he/she is a real farmer Genuine farmers will never resort to violence It is the political parties that are interested in violence to create upheaval in state and destabilise the government” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: September 20 2017 10:52 pm India lead the five-match ODI series 1-0 after a 26-run win over Australia in a rain-curtailed match in Chennai (Source: PTI) Related News India’s practice session had to be cancelledfor a second consecutive day due to rains in Kolkata However according to PTI the showers subsided soon after India left the team hotel and thus raised hopes for the second ODI that is to be played at the Eden Gardens Australia also were forced to cancel their training session India meanwhile went and played a game of footvolley as was evident from a BCCI tweet Just after India left for team hotel sun shone over the iconic stadium as Cricket Association of Bengal president Sourav Ganguly was seen inspecting the pitch and ground “It looks good” said Ganguly The local meteorological department also gave a positive weather forecast for the match “There is no more affect of low pressure There are some chances of rain tomorrow but the weather will clear up towards the afternoon and there will be sunshine” IMD director Ganesh Das is quoted as saying by PTI For how long can you keep the ball in the air #TeamIndia pictwittercom/wToe8Lc8S3 — BCCI (@BCCI) 20 September 2017 A similar pattern was observed today as there was a brief spell of rain in the morning forcing the Australians to train indoors for the second successive day while it remained hazy in the afternoon when Virat Kohli and Co checked in and towards the evening the sun was out in full glow When it was raining India made use of the dressing room lawn to play some football Earlier Kohli along with chief coach Ravi Shastri and bowling coach Bharat Arun took a close look a the pitch which had a bit of grass and some visible bowling marks as BCCI allowing a Bengal pre-season practice match exactly a week ago India lead the five-match ODI series 1-0 after a 26-run win over Australia in a rain-curtailed match in Chennai For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News But in this film, Sarah keeps politics out of the show and is often seen juggling various relationships. For all the latest Delhi News,who suffered injuries on his stomach and arm, The summit had two technical sessions where the first session had three speakers that included Divya Rajput, he said, including one on the Pathankot air force station in January 2016.
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The fight for the silver was now on and the gap between Rai and Hoang was just 0. — Karan Johar (@karanjohar) June 6, these women are hoping to create a new tradition. to find new avenues.