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In its detailed reply filed on Monday,matter related to Nicolai. three were shown in the Champions League and two in the King’s Cup. For all the latest Sports News, doing battles with other players, Declaring that Congress will not stop disclosures in the till a "closure" is done by the BJP by removing Raje, Nitish Kumar ran a coalition government with the BJP earlier. He said Nitish Kumar resigned not because of Tejashwi Yadav but due to a murder case against him. The second is that we must provide good patient care. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: June 15.
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I think what I can see with the boys now is that they realise what has happened. and we mean its international box office record in just five days.The film has earned Rs 1803 crore at the domestic box office in five days and is likely to touch Rs 200 crore mark once the Mondaycollections come in Having eclipsed the lifetime collections of any other film released in 2016 (Akshay Kumar’s Airlift included) in five days the film is breaking a host of records — including those outside India Trade analyst called Sultan’s international BO business “fantastic” while reporting Rs 919 crore in ticket sales till Sunday By Monday it is expected to breach Rs 100-crore mark WATCH VIDEO:Salman Khan’s Sultan Gets Rave Audience Reviews #Sultan – OVERSEAS: Wed to Sun $ 137 million [ 9193 cr] FANTASTIC — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) July 11 2016 The total gross box office collection of the Ali Abbas Zafar directorial now stands at Rs 3445 crore ($ 514 million) and is said to be the highest for any Bollywood film in its opening weekend Read:Salman Khan’s Sultan first weekend box office collections likely to be Rs 180 crore The film is doing blockbuster BO business abroad Sultan was released on 4500 screens in India and 1100 screens in the rest of the world The BO aggregator Deadline reported that outside India Sultan set the biggest opening day and weekend ever for Bollywood in the UAE-GCC and the fastest to $5M (in five days) Pakistan likewise saw the biggest opening day and weekend ever and a speed record to $1 million (in three days) The UK and Ireland had the top opening day and weekend ever and Australia and New Zealand also set debut weekend records In Pakistan the film earned over Rs 15 crore in five days having eclipsed the 2015 opening weekend record set by Pakistani movie Jawani Phir Nahi Ani last year WATCH VIDEO:5 Reasons To See Salman Khan’s Sultan Read: Salman Khan’s Sultan earns Rs 15 crore in Pakistan Made at an estimated cost of Rs 70 crore the film has already made over 100% profit and destroyed records Here are all the records that Sultan broke as reported by the box office aggregator: The movie has the highest advance booking ever the biggest pre-Eid opening day box office is the fastest to cross Rs 150 and Rs 175 net crore (five days) boasts the biggest opening in Yash Raj history and is first movie to gross Rs 345 crore worldwide on an opening weekend Watch: Salman Khan’s version of Jag Ghoomeya US website Deadline reported that Sultan entered the top ranks on an international weekend It has been particularly strong in the UAE and in North America and set a 2016 record for Bollywood with $222M in the 3-day and $323M for the 5-day — besting the lifetime’s of all Hindi releases this year in its first frame Salman’s biggest earner till date is Bajrangi Bhaijaan a member of the Rs 300-crore club Now is that another record waiting to be broken For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by New York Times | Published: October 6 2011 3:38 am Related News Myanmarsandwiched between China and Indiais at its most important political watershed since the establishment of army rule in 1962 The next few weeks can make a big difference in determining whether historic reforms under way there will lead to Asias newest democratic transition Six months ago it was difficult to be optimistic Elections had been held but they had been widely condemned as being far from free and fair And although Myanmars aging autocratGeneral Than Shweretiredthe constitutional leadership that replaced his junta included many of the same former generals Few expected more than minor reforms But U Thein Seinthe new president and himself a former generalsurprised everyone In his inaugural address to parliamenthe spoke forcefully of combating povertyfighting corruptionending the countrys multiple armed conflictsand working for political reconciliation By Junestate pensions for nearly a million peoplemost of them very poorwere increased by as much as a thousandfoldtaxes were reducedand trade cartels were dismantled The government redrafted banking and foreign investment rules and began revising its foreign exchange rate policy all of this in consultation with businessmen and academics That alone was a huge stepbecause army rulers had long shunned any civilian advice Thenon July 19Daw Aung San Suu Kyithe opposition leader who was released from house arrest last Novemberwas invited to the annual Martyrs Day ceremony The holiday memorialises the 1947 assassination of her fatherwho is considered the architect of the countrys independence Thousands of her supporters were permitted to hold their first lawful march in years and several independent newspapers came to life Aung San Suu Kyis namewhich couldnt be mentioned in print a year agobegan to appear regularly on the front pages By Augustparliament began debating sensitive issueslike the release of political prisonersand passed laws legalising microfinance for the rural poor and allowing independent trade unions All Internet restrictions were soon lifted On August 18at a meeting with dozens of independent civic groupsthe president called for peace talks with the countrys ethnic-based rebels and invited exiles to return The next dayhe met for over two hours alone with Aung San Suu Kyi I saw her soon afterward for the first time in over 20 years She told me that she believed the president was genuine in wanting change and that she hoped we were at the beginning of a new era in Myanmars politics This past weekweve seen previously unimaginable developments On Fridayfollowing increasing popular agitationthe president halted work on a $36 billion hydroelectric dam being built by China on the Irrawaddy River to send power to Chinese provinces next door This was a victory for Myanmars nascent environmental movement and the areas minority Kachin people That the president would stop a Chinese-backed project of this magnitude was the clearest sign yet that the country was at a turning point And many in Myanmar now hope that the government will soon release most or all political prisoners But monumental challenges remain for exampleeven though the government agreed recently to a ceasefire with the countrys largest ethnic-based militiadeadly clashes continue with smaller militias fighting on behalf of minorities in the mountains to the north and east It is hard to imagine a successful democratic transition while these longstanding and often brutal little wars continue Reformist voices are not the only ones in the new systemand a hard-line pushback is far from inconceivable So three things need to be doneand quickly First is to unambiguously voice support for the reforms under waywhile at the same time being patient and refraining from demanding too much too fast The alternative to what is happening is not a perfect revolution; the alternative is going back to square one Secondthe administration needs to ensure that the reform efforts receive the technical advice and knowledge they desperately require After decades of isolationMyanmar suffers from a dearth of skilled people in every fieldfrom banking to environmental regulation to public health So the US should lift all restrictions that limit the UN and international financial institutions like the World Bank from offering Myanmar their technical expertise This is not about giving moneybut providing the knowledge needed to conceive and carry out reforms in the best possible way Third is to move toward ending trade embargoes against Myanmar As the country opens upit should neither become dependent on outside aidnor become an even more corrupt crony-controlled oligarchy Responsible trade and investment can play key roles in creating jobshelping to build a new middle class and hastening democratic change What were seeing today is Myanmars best chance in half a century for a better future We need to help end Myanmars isolationurgently Thanta former UN officialis the author of Where China Meets India: Burma and the New Crossroads of Asia For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Milan | Published: February 6 2017 12:01 pm Juan Cuadrado scored on the stroke of halftime for Juventus (Source: Reuters) Top News No team appears capable of stopping Juventus after the Bianconeri beat Inter Milan 1-0 Sunday in an entertaining Derby d’Italia in Serie A Juan Cuadrado scored on the stroke of halftime for Juventus which also hit the bar twice in the first period as Massimiliano Allegri’s side extended its Serie A record to 28 consecutive home wins Juventus – which has played a match less than most of its rivals – moved six points clear of second-placed Napoli and seven above Roma which plays Fiorentina on Tuesday “I’m very happy with what the lads did it was the performance I asked them for” Allegri said “It was a very top-level match like a Champions League semifinal or quarterfinal” Inter slipped to fifth a point behind Lazio and 12 behind Juve “We should have had two penalties in the first half for challenges on (Mauro) Icardi” Inter coach Stefano Pioli said “We have regrets because of our mistake which led to their goal the first half was almost over Then it’s difficult to come back against Juventus” Juventus again used its new 4-2-3-1 formation incorporating its top five attacking players “It’s not a question of the formation” Allegri said “Football isn’t about numbers but about footballers who have certain characteristics Then it doesn’t matter whether you play with one system or another Before this formation we won 15 matches” Paulo Dybala could have had two stunning goals in the opening 12 minutes First his overhead kick was brilliantly saved by Samir Handanovic and minutes later the Argentine lobbed the Inter goalkeeper but his effort came off the crossbar Inter also had its chances as Roberto Gagliardini volleyed narrowly over and Joao Mario’s low shot went inches wide of the left post much to the relief of Gianluigi Buffon Handanovic fingertipped Miralem Pjanic’s free kick onto the crossbar seconds before Cuadrado gave Juve the lead firing the resulting corner into the top right Handanovic kept Inter in the match in the second half with saves from Pjanic Gonzalo Higuain and Mandzukic Inter forward Ivan Perisic was sent off for dissent in stoppage time Chelsea coach Antonio Conte who led Juventus to three of its five successive league titles before Allegri took over was watching from the stands AC MILAN 0 SAMPDORIA 1 Injury-hit AC Milan was plunged further into crisis by its fourth successive defeat in all competitions Milan was third in December but one point from its past four league matches has seen it slip to eighth 10 points behind the Champions League places “It’s certainly a crisis of results but we have to try to remain calm” Milan coach Vincenzo Montella said “We’re still in the fight for Europa League places If we continue playing well we’ll 100 percent get there” Sampdoria moved up to 10th after its first win over Milan since 2012 “A draw would have been fairer” Sampdoria coach Marco Giampaolo said “Milan pressed us in our half and we’re not used to that” The Rossoneri lost Giacomo Bonaventura Mattia De Sciglio and Luca Antonelli to injury last week After a balanced first half Milan should have taken the lead immediately after the break Emiliano Viviano could only parry Suso’s cross-shot but Gerard Deulofeu who was making his first start struck the rebound onto the post from a good position Milan had further chances before Sampdoria broke the deadlock in the 69th after Gabriel Paletta tripped Fabio Quagliarella in the area and Luis Muriel fired the spot kick into the bottom right corner Milan should have leveled three minutes from time but Gianluca Lapadula fired straight at Viviano from close range and two follow-up efforts were blocked before the ball was finally cleared Milan’s misery was compounded in the final minute when Jose Sosa was sent off following two yellow cards in five minutes PESCARA 2 LAZIO 6 Marco Parolo scored four times as Lazio got back on track following two successive league defeats although it had to withstand a Pescara comeback Parolo’s two headers had given Lazio a seemingly comfortable lead inside 14 minutes But the home side leveled the match shortly before halftime as Ahmad Benali tapped in a rebound and Gaston Brugman volleyed in the equalizer after Pescara had also seen Gianluca Caprari’s penalty saved Parolo completed his hat trick with another header four minutes after the break and Keita Balde Diao and Ciro Immobile extended Lazio’s advantage The Italy forward did not celebrate as he spent a season on loan at Pescara helping it to the Serie B title in 2012 Parolo who only scored three goals all last season netted his fourth of the game in the 77th minute with a low volley from Senad Lulic’s cross It was the second match of the weekend with eight goals after Napoli won 7-1 at Bologna on Saturday OTHER MATCHES Andrea Belotti moved to second in the goalscoring charts with his 15th league goal of the season but his Torino side could only draw 1-1 at Empoli Papu Gomez scored twice as Atalanta beat Cagliari 2-0 to move level with Inter while Palermo beat Crotone 1-0 in a relegation battle Elsewhere Chievo Verona drew 0-0 with Udinese and Sassuolo won 1-0 at Genoa For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Mumbai | Published: June 16 2015 1:14 pm In the ‘Baahubali’ trailer we saw huge statues which are said to be inspired by the Colossus of Rhodes Related News The ‘Baahubali’ trailer which released a few weeks ago was an absolute cinematic delight The SS Rajamouli film has been making headlines due to his grand scale attention to details In the trailer we saw huge statues which are said to be inspired by the Colossus of Rhodes right down to the scale and size The Colossus of Rhodes is one of the seven wonders of the ancient world It was a statue of the Greek-titan God of the sun which was constructed to celebrate Rhodes’ victory over the ruler of Cyprus Watch: Baahubali trailer ‘Baahubali’ is said to the most expensive Indian film ever made It will release on July 10 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Ishfaq Naseem | Panchkula | Published: October 1 2013 4:26 am Related News Fear and desperation gripped 51-year-old Ishwar Kalia as he limped on his crutch to the hospital where his son Satyam was killed Ishwarhimself got injured after a freak bus accident in Shimla Forensic team at Sector 6 government hospital told Kalia that what remained of his son’s face was only a thin mask of skin and one side of his face was smashed As he entered the room Ishwar broke down and sobbed Satyam was Ishwar’s hope He has a younger sonbut Satyam’s freak accidentreminiscent of his accident in Shimla was a rude shock for the 51-year-old The road mishap at Old Panchkula that killed Ishwar’s son Satyam and his friendNeerajwas so brutal that it left both of them badly disfigured and the vehicle in which they were travelling extensively damaged Neeraj’s fatherKamlesh Kumarwho is a contractor in Shimla said his son “died in a cold blooded murder” Tears rolled down his cheeks as he squatted in the lawn of the Sector-6 hospital He was my only sonmy only hope” he said “ For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Somya Lakhani | Published: May 3 2014 1:50 am Kanan Gill (left) and Biswa Kalyan Rath in a video grab of their latest review of Main Prem Ki Deewani Hoon Related News There are new film critics in town and they mean no serious business Two Bangalore-based stand-up comics — Kanan Gill and Biswa Kalyan Rath — have taken social media by storm with their hilarious film reviews and have gained mini celeb status for their crisp and short videos Earlier this month when they uploaded their views on Hrithik Roshan and Kareena Kapoor-starrer Main Prem Ki Deewani Hoon it reflected the sentiments of most Bollywood buffs who sat through the insufferable three-hour-long film Widely shared on Facebook and Twitter this particular video guffaws at the overacting by the entire cast the ridiculous Computer-Generated Imagery parrot the sense of fashion and the unintentionally funny dialogues which got has more than 124357 views on YouTube “These are movies that aren’t meant to be watched or reviewed Biswa and I watch the movie in my house and we keep jotting down points in a notebook Once we are done watching these masterpieces we write a script and also improvise a great deal in front of the camera” says Gill 24 He has known Rath for a while and the two write jokes for their stand-up acts together Gill performed at Epicenter in Gurgaon on Thursday and at Piano Man in Vasant Vihar last night to a packed audience While Rath works in an IT company Gill quit his job in November to pursue comedy full-time and has since performed in Mumbai Pune Bangalore Hyderabad and Delhi-NCR The two only review dated movies and run it as “Pretentious Movie Reviews” They started this experiment with Mithun Chakraborty’s 1998 movie Gunda known for gory scenes and forced sexual innuendos “We only got a few views on this one and weren’t very surprised We followed this up with Jaani Dushman that really exploded online” says Rath 24 The special effects in Jaani Dushman Sonu Nigam’s acting debut and Manisha Koirala’s dance have been the highlights of this review Apart from the intelligent humour in the videos what works in their favour is Gill’s charm On stage Gill flirts with the audience irrespective of gender and even strums the guitar to some rib-tickling original compositions such as I swear I’m not gay Both Rath and Gill have been bombarded with acting and writing offers lately “Arshad Warsi tweeted about our videos; that was the most overwhelming bit about this journey” says Gill But with fame comes pressure “The response has been so positive that it’s surreal But every time I sit down to edit a video I fear that people won’t like it After all how far can one go” says Gill For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: July 1 2012 4:20 am Related News Chaos broke out on Saturday at the Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Auditoriumthe venue of a meeting called by PMC Education Board to discuss issues related to the Economically weaker sections (EWS) quota under the RTEwith representatives of parents groups and student wings of political parties raising slogans seeking action against private schools refusing admission to EWS students Even as chief education officer Ramchandra Jadhav tried to pacify themseveral representatives advanced to the dais and continued the sloganeering Many sat on the passage between the dais and the first row of chairs Principals gathered in the hallmany of them womenstarted to leave It took about half an hour for the officials to calm the agitators down Radhika Lokhandeone of the principals who attended the meet said?including the Director General of Police and Home Secretary. 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Shooter Heena Sidhu failed to qualify for the medal round finishing 21st among 40 competitors in the the 25 metre women’s Pistol qualification round.59.