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We are now focusing on this one hour period, The Highway team opted for a guerilla shoot process — delving into remote areas, such as Mayurbhanj Chhau, no nagging bosses, who has lent his voice for many of Rahman’s compositions like “Ishq bina”.

" Mishra argued. batted from the start and made sure we end up on the other side. winning…” the 27-year-old pacer told reporters at the post-match conference Kulkarni who also hit a four in the last over said “My game plan was to just give him (Aaron Finch) strike but anything pitched up I had to slog and luckily (Jasprit) Bumrah bowled a half volley and I could hit a boundary” On his bowling performance the Mumbaikar said “I had performances like these before also but I wouldn’t rate this as good as I have had in the past It was my first game for Gujarat Lions a proud moment for me and playing at the home ground its a special feeling always I want to play here want to do well on my home-ground” PHOTOS:Gujarat Lions make it 3/3 after win over MumbaiIndians Kulkarni played against his Mumbai team-mate Rohit Sharma and picked up his wicket When asked if there was any battle between the two when playing for opposite sides the right-arm pacer quipped “I feel I am always there for that battle when you see your team-mate face you its gives me that extra energy to bowl at him and he is such a great player and to take his wicket it was great moment for me “I have always looked up to him and he has always helped me in the Bombay (Mumbai) dressing room so on the field we were playing against each other so there was no friendship we just wanted to go against each other” he added WATCH:Aaron Finch helps Gujarat Lions Remain Unbeaten On his side giving away few runs in the last few overs Kulkarni said “No nothing went wrong it happens in this format you tend to start well and later on batsman tend to slog so we bowled well actually just in patches there were quite many loose balls” Kulkarni heaped praise on his skipper Suresh Raina describing him as a “flexible captain” and a “matured cricketer” “He (Raina) is very good and a matured cricketer and has a lot of experience he is leading pretty well at the moment and is doing a lot of good changes on and off the field and he very much supports the bowlers Its not that he makes his own plans he is pretty flexible as a captain” said Kulkarni who last played for India in an ODI at Harare against Zimbabwe in July last year According to Kulkarni the Gujarat Lions squad has gelled well and the camp had helped the players “I felt the team has gelled pretty well we had a camp for a week or so before the IPL so guys had a chance to get to know each other that’s how we gelled well and I see a lot of unity in the team and winning the first game was important for us and that’s what we did the rest followed” he said “Later on there was quite a bit of dew so the ball was skidding on to the bat initially with the new ball there was help in the wicket so you had to just stick to your line and length” he added Asked how difficult is to get into the squad Kulkarni said “You have to keep bowling well in the nets if you want to get into the eleven there are so many international players sharing the dressing room and there is a lot of experience in them to make a place in the 11 you have to really work hard in the nets you have to keep bowling hard keep working on your fitness and that’s how you get into the 11” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: November 1 2015 1:37 pm “You know bhaiya can perform around 80 rope climbs at one time And in a minute he can execute around 100 pulls ups” says the proud voice on the other side of the phone “Aur kaafi kuch kar sakte hai Dekhenge toh manenge (He can do a lot more You have to see it to believe it)” Ajay Sherawat Sushil Kumar’s roommate and sparring partner is in awe of the wrestler So at first you feel this is one of those exaggerated myths you constantly hear that in a way add to the legend of the two-time Olympic medallist But these stories are then repeated and rehashed by almost everyone who knows Sushil lending some credence to it So you decide to go check it out yourself It is a good time to see Sushil train since he has regained full-fitness for the first time since London 2012 And for a month starting Sunday he will be in Georgia officially kick-starting his preparations for next year’s Rio Olympics “Akhare pe aa jaiye” says Sushil when you ask him if he can spare some time The akhara at Delhi’s Chhatrasaal Stadium is his haven A no-frills place with nothing but a tiny wrestling hall a mud pit and ropes hanging from the surrounding trees He may train and compete at state-of-the-art arenas across the world but a desi akhara is where he feels at home It’s been his meeting point ever since the two-time Olympic champion shot to fame After returning as a bronze medallist at the Beijing Games the akhara is where most scribes and the VIP’s queued up to meet him He repeated the standard ‘Akhare pe aa jaiye’ line after winning the Khel Ratna in 2009 and silver medal at London Olympics in 2012 Even when American WWE star Kurt Angle came to India two years back he met Sushil at the akhara Of late it has also become his work place Once a trainee Sushil is now the chief administrator here It’s a busy mid-week evening After glancing through a few files he emerges from behind his desk in an orange t-shirt and dark blue jeans “Let’s walk” he says with an earthy smile Sushil has to oversee kabaddi trials for the national school games But he does not walk He runs So does his entourage From his office in the stadium premises to the kabaddi ground; from the kabaddi ground to the changing rooms Sushil runs The tiny room under the bleachers at the Stadium has a couple of wooden cots pressed close for his roommates to share There are a few chairs and on the altar are medals he won in his early career An image of Hanuman is placed next to the medals Sushil changes into a pair of shorts and runs again towards the akhara He finally comes to a halt near a 25-foot tree from where a rope is hanging loose As he stretches his arms and greases his palms 100-odd trainees form a semicircle around him waiting for the Sushil show to begin Sushil fools around with his trainees and hums a bhajan along with one of them before he begins his climb Once he begins there are collective gasps as people watch a jaw-dropping display of athleticism Standing at some distance Sherawat smiles He has the ‘told-you-so’ look on his face as Sushil continues to clamber up and down the tree Finally after he is done 45 minutes later (you lose count of the number of climbs he has completed) you ask Sushil about his shoulder “Don’t even mention it Injury is a taboo word here” Sushil snaps not wanting to be reminded of the ‘toughest phase’ of his career where he came close to giving up what he loves doing the most Long layoff SHERAWAT can’t recall the exact day but this is sometime in mid-2013 After a routine training session at the Chhatrasaal Sushil returned to his room in apparent discomfort During the practice bout Sushil who competes in the 74kg category was grappling against a wrestler weighing 90kg It’s a common practice amongst wrestlers to fight men heavier than them to improve their strength But at some point during the bout Sushil injured his collar bone He didn’t feel the pain immediately but once the body cooled down the 32-year-old couldn’t move his arms freely He was still recovering from a shoulder injury and this worsened his condition “The doctor who examined Sushil told me in private that chances of him returning to wrestling were 50-50 If he rushed through this phase and didn’t give enough time for the injury to heal he would have to quit wrestling for good” says Satpal Singh Sushil’s coach and father-in-law The wrestler mandated Olympic Gold Quest (OGQ) to ensure he recovers in time for the Rio Olympics even if that meant staying away from the mat for a long duration “The injuries were serious and there were times when he would be frustrated but Sushil knew he had to be patient It was more about preparing him physically because mentally he is extremely calm He was extremely focussed in terms of what he needed That made things a lot easier to deal with” OGQ CEO Viren Rasquinha says There used to be occasional bouts of frustration and anxiety especially when he started to miss camps and tournaments frequently Barring a brief period when he trained for and competed at the Glasgow CWG last year Sushil could not even step on a wrestling mat Nor could he perform any of those crazy upper body exercises which had become a part of his urban legend He would run play football and run more to ensure he maintained his fitness There was a welcome distraction in the form of his twins who were born during this period and his new role as a sports administrator “It kept me happy the kids especially There was something new to look forward to Fatherhood taught me there’s more to life than wrestling” Sushil says However staying away from the mat for such a long period had slowed him down considerably Once he recovered fully a month-and-a-half back Sushil’s challenge has been not only to ensure he doesn’t over-exert himself but also to increase his speed on the mat “Around two hours in the morning and two hours in the evening The little time off I get in the afternoon is to catch some sleep and finish the administration work” he adds The training regime can easily be a part of the montage that forms a critical element of most sports movies “He does a hundred pull-ups in a minute; sometimes with weights tied around his calves On some days he will perform around 70-80 rope climbs and also goes for 10km cross-country runs occasionally” Satpal says “On some weekends he piggybacks a wrestler weighing more than him and runs around 800m on the incline at the Delhi Ridge which helps in strength and endurance To improve his speed he indulges in short sprints of 50m” New techniques MOST of his time however was spent in front of his laptop watching videos of his opponents The wrestling landscape has undergone tremendous change since Sushil picked up an injury and started to sit out His preferred category 66kg was removed from the Olympics by the international wrestling federation which forced him to move up to 74kg He won the CWG gold in his new weight category but the pool of his opponents has expanded considerably which has resulted in more home work before the bouts While monitoring what his rivals have been doing Sushil has had to adapt himself as well The phitleys (leg-locks) or teggas (pin-down) are no more the surprise weapon in his armoury Consequently in the last few months Sushil and Satpal have come up with a dozen new techniques which he has been practising with his sparring partners One of the new tricks involves catching the opponent from his thigh and pinning him down “We usually target ankles or calves to get a proper grip so this is a surprise element if this if executed properly There are other variations as well if we have to attack an opponent from the front” Satpal an Asian Games gold medallist himself says Every technique which lasts barely five seconds is repeated nearly a 1000 times during each session according to the coach Sushil won’t try any of the new tricks during his stint in Georgia for the fear of them recording it and using it for future reference “The basic purpose of this trip is to get better sparring partners and also have a look at their wrestlers since I have been out of action for a long time” Sushil says The stint in the Eastern European country might prove to be handy for Sushil considering they have a decent field in the 74kg category Their top wrestler Jumber Kvelashvili recently won a bronze medal at the European Games To get more exposure before the Olympics Sushil will be taking part in invitational tournaments in USA and Italy before another likely training stint in America Sushil knows a stint in the US will be crucial America’s reigning Olympic gold medallist Jordan Burroughs is the man to beat in the 74kg category Burroughs has won a medal at every tournament he has taken part in since 2011 including gold medals at three World Championships two Pan American Games one Pan American Championship and of course London 2012 Sushil has never faced him before as the Indian was earlier in the lower weight category Challenge back home BUT before Sushil trains his guns on Burroughs he will have to conquer the challenge he is facing back home Narsingh Yadav India’s original choice in the 74kg until Sushil made the jump has been making all the right noises of late Till a couple of months back Sushil would have been India’s automatic choice and obvious favourite for a medal in Rio But Narsingh reminded the country of his abilities by winning a medal at the World Championships in Las Vegas last month thus earning an Olympic quota Since every country is alloted just one berth the toss-up is now between Sushil and Narsingh for the elusive spot “I wasn’t fit for the trials for the World Championship so it would not have been right on my part to delay team selection Winning a medal and an Olympic quota is an incredible achievement by Narsingh He has proven what a good wrestler he is” Sushil says Whether the federation chooses to conduct a face-off between the two or unilaterally select a wrestler remains to be seen Sushil says he is ready for any eventuality as long as it results in a medal “I am ready for a trial or go by whatever the federation decides Ultimately our focus should be on winning the gold” he says That according to Satpal is more likely if his son-in-law is given an opportunity Tactically and technically Sushil – says Satpal – is better equiped to beat Burroughs It’s as if he has assumed that the American will reach the final and stands between Sushil and a gold medal Going by Burroughs’ record however Satpal may not be far off the mark “If we send Sushil we should not expect a bronze or silver from him This time it’s natural to expect a gold from him and even he realises that” Satpal says “I don’t mean disrespect to Narsingh but Sushil is the only man who can beat the American He after all has the strength of a bull” Wrestlers love to hyperbolize But see him train in flesh and you realise Satpal’s claim isn’t a mere exaggeration *** WHAT HE EATS A vegetarian Sushil’s routine diet includes: 2 litres of milk per day Half kg almonds (partly crushed and mixed in water) Half kg ghee Chapati daal green vegetables paneer HOW HE TRAINS His weekly training includes (subject to change according to schedule): Monday: Morning – jogging mat-work; evening – rope climbs followed by basketball/football/ handball Tuesday: Jogging followed by mat-work Wednesday: Running and speed drills (short sprints etc) Thursday: Morning – jogging mat-work; evening – rope climbs followed by gym or a game of basketball/football/handball Friday: jogging followed by mat-work Saturday: Cross-country running (10km) or 800m incline run at Delhi Ridge Sunday: Rest day * According to his sparring partners Sushil Kumar can execute around 100 pulls in one minute with 10kg weights tied around his calves * He can perform around 70-80 rope climbs in one session that lasts around 45 minutes *Incline at Delhi Ridge a sparring partner who weighs heavier than him as a piggyback * Around 1000 repetitions on one technique in one session according to coach Satpal Singh One repetition takes around five secondsBy: Reuters | London | Published: August 7 2015 5:49 pm Arsene Wenger confirmed that Alexis Sanchez will not play on Sunday (Source: Reuters) Related News Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has targeted a good start to the new Premier League campaign beginning this weekend after dropped too many points early on last season Five draws and a defeat in the first eight games left them 11 points behind the leaders Chelsea who they finished 12 points adrift of in third place Share This Article Related Article An improved second half of the season also brought them the FA Cup for the second successive year and Wenger knows they must establish momentum from the start this time “We’re ready for the fight and motivated to start well” he told a news conference ahead of Sunday’s opening game against London rivals West Ham United “One of our targets is to start strongly We had a good preparation which should give us more confidence” That preparation included a 1-0 win over champions Chelsea in the Community Shield match at Wembley “The Premier League (means) fighting every single game so we have to prepare ourselves mentally for that and come pout of the blocks straightaway against West Ham” Wenger added He confirmed that Alexis Sanchez who returned late to training after the Copa America will not play on Sunday but should be ready for the following weekend when Arsenal visit Crystal Palace For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | London | Published: March 30 2016 9:18 pm Martin Demichelis has played 29 games for Manchester City this season and started for Argentina in 2-0 win against Bolivia (Source: Reuters) Related News The English Football Association charged Manchester City defender Martin Demichelis for misconduct in relation to betting on Wednesday The FA said the 35-year-old Argentine has been accused of “committing 12 breaches of FA Rule E8 concerning football matches between Jan 22 and Jan 28 2016” The rule states players cannot “bet either directly or indirectly or instruct permit cause or enable any person to bet” on the result or outcome of football matches across the world It also says players must not cause or enable someone to bet on footballing matters such as player transfers employment of managers team selections or disciplinary matters The FA did not specify in its statement if Demichelis is accused of betting on his own matches during that time period City drew 2-2 against West Ham in the Premier League on Jan 23 and beat Everton 3-1 in the League Cup on Jan 27 with Demichelis playing every minute of both games Demichelis has played 29 times for City in all competitions this season and started for Argentina in the 2-0 win against Bolivia in World Cup qualifying on Tuesday A blanket ban was imposed by the FA in August 2014 to prevent anyone involved in football from betting on any match in the world Before that players coaches and officials were only banned from betting on matches in competitions involving their team but the rules were brought in after a string of high profile cases The then third tier club Tranmere fired its manager Ronnie Moore in 2014 for breaching betting rules and in 2013 Andros Townsend had to pull out of England’s European Under-21 Championship team for breaching regulations For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: April 17 For cousins Pandit Milind Tulankar, This has made the whole process transparent, We use digital weights and pay for waste as per the prevailing market rate.” he said, Taiwan’s Financial Supervisory Commission 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which they estimate will result in BMC re-funding Rs 1, Watch this space for more. two personalities in the game made the difference. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Geneva | Published: August 18,said he has not been informed about the party?Paduchik included the article and several others in the email he sent out to state committee members.Jim Simon a state party committee member said that in a challenging election season Borges has “handled it perfectly Drawing fire away from our candidates and officeholders is the chairman’s job which is something I’m sure Bob doesn’t understand” he said in a statement For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Apurva | Beijing | Updated: October 24 2017 11:08 am Communist Party delegates applaud as Xi Jinping makes a speech at the 19th party Congress on Wednesday (AP Photo) Related News With five of the seven-member Politburo Standing Committee (PSC) — China’s decision making body — set to retire after the ongoing 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) all eyes turn to October 24 Then CPC is likely to announce the restructured apex body which will reflect President Xi Jinping’s plans over the next five years The new PSC may also include Xi’s successor as General Secretary of the CPC President of China and Chairman of the Central Military Commission Xi was elevated to the PSC in 2007 under Hu Jintao — who was elevated to the PSC in 1997 under Jiang Zemin Of the present PSC only Xi and Premier Li Keqiang can stay on till 2022 while the remaining members will be past the age of 68 years — the party set norm for retirement Among those retiring is Wang Qishan the head of China’s corruption watchdog the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection Wang is 69 Others than Xi Li and Wang the present PSC comprises Chairman of the National People’s Congress Zhang Dejiang (71) Chairman of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference Yu Zhengsheng (72) first-ranked Secretary of the CPC Secretariat Liu Yunshan (70) and vice-premier Zhang Gaoli (70) According to CPC rules the ongoing NC will elect the party central committee the politburo and the PSC New members are expected to be announced after the NC closes October 24 While the CPC processes of electing a new leadership team are not publicised the new PSC may be drawn from 10 frontrunners Wang Yang 62 from Anhui Province Posts: Vice-premier of the State Council Politburo member Wang served as the Party Secretary of Guangdong Province between 2007 and 2012 where his stature in the party increased after he implemented several pro-reform measures Guangdong has remained China’s top GDP performer among China’s 33 provinces Wang is also a member of three leading groups — task forces that advice the state council and the CPC on policy Hu Chunhua 54 from Hubei Province Posts: Party Secretary of Guangdong The incumbent party secretary of Guangdong usually means a spot in the PSC or at least a step up to the central government He has served in Inner Mongolia Tibet and was among the youngest ever when appoint as Governor of Hebei Hu is also known for a ruthless crackdown on corruption during his tenure as Guangdong chief Li Zhanshu 67 from Hebei Province Posts: Director of the General Office of the CPC He has travelled with China’s President on almost every foreign trip He was among the few leaders in the CPC who was elevated to as a Party Secretary while not appointed as a full member of the CPC central committee Xi and Li have reportedly worked together since the 1980s Chen Min’er 56 from Zhejiang Province Posts: Party Secretary of Chongqing Chen’s appointment to head Chongqing is considered an indication of Xi’s confidence in him Chen was posted to the province after the former chief Sun Zhengcai was ousted for corruption and has since been expelled from the CPC Han Zheng 63 from Shanghai Posts: Party Secretary of Shanghai Like Guangdong province the incumbent chief of Shanghai is also usually elevated to top CPC posts And in Han’s case the likelihood is greater considering the CPC’s confidence in him to crackdown on corruption Han was appointed acting party chief of Shanghai in 2006 after a corruption scandal led to the dismissal of the then incumbent — Chen Liangyu Zhao Leji 60 Qinghai Posts: Head of the Organisation Department of the CPC Zhao oversees promotion of CPC officials He is part of the leading groups on discipline investigation party building and personnel Wang Huning 62 from Shanghai Posts: Director of the Central Policy Research Office of the central committee of the CPC He heads the policy research office of the CPC which is responsible for giving the central committee policy-related advice on a range of issues including reform economy and foreign policy For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi. 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The prize money will be Rs 10,e. protecting the rights of minorities thereby going against the fundamental principle of any constitutional democracy If that sounds self-contradictory it isn’t But a word first on the context of the present argument The Centre has reportedly asked the Law Commission which has an advisory role on legal reform to examine the implications of implementing a uniform civil code Though the BJP has long argued for a national debate on this issue despite being in power it has so far been unwilling to pick up the topic This move as reported by Economic Times on Friday would therefore be the first time that a government has begun to investigate UCC’s on-ground implications According to the article the law ministry has written to the Law Commission to examine the matter in relation to uniform civil code and submit a report The ministry has also sent related documents to the Commission which is currently headed by retired Supreme Court Justice Balbir Singh Chauhan The panel will submit a report after discussions with experts and stakeholders The Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister M Venkaiah Naidu had recently favoured a debate on "common civil code" and had said the government would move forward only after a broad consensus and nothing will be thrust upon anyone "What is best in every religion in every society should be taken out I am of the firm view marriage divorce inheritance and right to property these things should be common Other things of course what is the way of worship what is the way of other practices should be left to individuals There is nothing against any religion in common civil code" he said adding that he favours the term "common" civil code over "uniform" since "Uniform conveys a different meaning" The minister’s statement goes at the heart of the debate over Uniform Civil Code What bodies like AIMPLB have done is that they have approached the debate as a Hindu-Muslim binary and from there launched a polemic against the move to have a common set of laws And parties have latched on to this argument to turn UCC into a political debate with clearly drawn faultlines UCC goes the dominant narrative is a clever attempt to homogenize minorities — which is largely used to denote the entire Muslim community — and erode their identity This patently dubious and morally repugnant argument needs to be called out In a recent move resisting the Supreme Court’s suo motu decision to test the legal validity of triple talaq the AIMPLB has said that the country’s top court has no jurisdiction to undertake the exercise as Muslim personal law is based on the Quran and not on a law enacted by Parliament "Muslim personal law is a cultural issue it is inextricably interwoven with the religion of Islam Thus it is the issue of freedom of conscience guaranteed under Articles 25 and 26 read with Article 29 of the Constitution" it said in an affidavit filed in court in March this year To argue that Article 25 which confers right to religion militates against a common civil code is a red herring It is invalid and a spurious conflation Right to worship or to practice religion should not be confused with individual rights relating to inheritance marriage or divorce In fact attempts to keep personal laws out of the ambit of judicial scrutiny all the while subjecting individual rights to its interpretation is doing grave injustice to real minorities within the religion-based divisions of communities What the debate over "secularism" often misses is that minority rights cannot be defended by separating it from human rights The whole concept of minority itself is an artificial construct because it is relative In a group of 200 25 maybe a minority but within this group 20 is a majority The 25 who claim minority status in a larger majority cannot deny human rights to their own internal minorities (5) what they claim as minority rights The secularism debate which reflexivelyseeks a ban on any debate overUniform Civil Code fails to take into account that in the name of protecting Muslims or other minorities’ rights communal rights have been prioritized over human rights of individual within minority groups The defining feature of a functioning democracy is its adherence to the theory and practice of the fundamental principles of equity justice and inclusion for all That "all" includes women men young old able-bodied and disabled alike and regardless of race class religion or sexual orientation The most handy example of how vulnerable these groups for example women are within the larger minority groups became clear during the recent raging debate over triple talaq Thousands of Muslim women have recently sought support to abolish the "heinous" practice of ‘triple talaq’ which they have termed an "un-Quranic" practice A Times of India report says "over 50000 Muslim women and men have signed a petition seeking a ban on triple talaq The petition spearheaded by the Bharatiya Muslim Mahila Andolan (BMMA) has sought the National Commission for Women’s intervention to end this "un-Quranic practice" BMMA co-founder Zakia Soman said a national signature campaign was under way in different states including Gujarat Maharashtra Rajasthan MP Karnataka Tamil Nadu Telangana Odisha West Bengal Bihar Jharkhand Kerala and UP The report quotes a recent BMMA study which found that 92 per cent Muslim women supported an end to this practice where unilateral talaq is being frequently given over phone text message and even email with women mostly at the receiving end Farah Faiz Rashtrawadi Muslim Mahila Sangh (RMMS) president recently gave a speech before a Supreme Court bench of Chief Justice TS Thakur and Justice A M Khanwilkar on how the AIMPLB and Muslim bodies had started operating sharia’h courts to impose rigid practices on unsuspecting Muslims "Women’s rights are equally protected by the Constitution But these sharia’h courts and qazis do not allow women to enforce their rights Defiance invites ostracisation AIMPLB is attempting to give a religious tone to the debate on the validity of ‘triple talaq’ by terming it a practice ordained by Quran" she said The line taken by the AIMPLB isn’t surprising According to a report carried by Indian Express the board feels the matter of triple talaq was "not an issue" among Muslims and that it had been brought up to implement a uniform civil code in the country "The so-called movement against this law has been started to introduce a uniform civil code in the country It is more of a media hype… the issue is of no importance among Muslim women and there is no need to bring about any change in the laws” When positions are this hard and conflated the natural reaction is shy away from even moving towards a common set of laws that upholds human rights as has been the case But then it is also India’s failure as a democratic republic The government is right to move towards initiating at least a debate

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