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Panchjanya also reported that former president Dr APJ Abdul Kalamlaunched Samagra Atalji a collection of speechespoems and essays by former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Stoke | Updated: December 18 2016 1:40 am Jamie Vardy saw red in the 28th minute for a tackle on Mame Diouf (Source: Reuters) Top News Struggling champion Leicester conceded twice after Jamie Vardy was sent off before staging a late comeback to draw 2-2 at Stoke in the Premier League on Saturday Vardy saw red in the 28th minute for a tackle on Mame Diouf Danny Simpson’s hand ball then gave Stoke a penalty that Bojan Krkic converted and Joe Allen sent the hosts into a two-goal lead at halftime However Claudio Ranieri’s side dug deep with Leonardo Ulloa beginning the recovery in the 74th and Daniel Amartey equalizing in the 88th to give Leicester only its second point on the road in its weak title defense For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shubhra Gupta | New Delhi | Updated: July 19 2015 4:32 pm Bajrangi Bhaijaan review: The chief purpose of Salman Khan’s Bajrangi Bhaijaan is for you to surrender to disbelief and enjoy the familiar antics of Salman Related News Up for a Bollywood-style fairytale One in which two bitter foes come together over a revved-up set-piece involving India and Pakistan flag-waving patriots bigots-turned-pacifists an adorable little girl and a superstar named Salman Khan Phir bhaiyya and behena ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ le le re The fact that the film would be a highly-anticipated Eid releases was known But no one could have anticipated that the stormy relationship between the two nations would be a Page One newspaper headline on the very day the film is out: the border is burning and tensions are riding high That’s in the real world Just the right time for a film to tell us how it can be in an alternate universe Why not dive into the reel world in which the boil can be reduced to a simmer and a simper-and-smile piggybacking on the one and only Bhaijaan who is in search of redemption himself (See Pics: Bajrangi Bhaijaan screening – Ranveer Sonakshi Parineeti watch Salman Khan film) Share This Article Related Article You can have all these very complex very meta thoughts running through your head as you watch the Hanuman-worshipping Bajrangi (Salman Khan his blue-stone bracelet replaced by the red-yellow ‘kaleva dhaga’) the simpleton with a large loving heart and the Pakistani Shahida aka Munni (Harshali Malhotra) the little girl who’s lost her voice but not her ability to charm romp through a film which has been unabashedly constructed as a massy entertainer It is also smartly aimed at the tear-ducts of those who sit on the fence in the matter of whether a performer’s real-life transgressions should affect the way we perceive his reel-life persona Got an emotional jugular Bajrangi Bhaijaan is coming for you hammer and tongs (See Pics: Salman Khan thronged by fans at Bajrangi Bhaijaan book release) Or you can give in to the simplistic school-kid nature of the plot and sit back and let it take you for a ride into an area whose existence we in India do not even acknowledge—Pakistan Occupied Kashmir As Om Puri playing a wise ‘maulana’ in the film tells the hero: ‘thoda sa Kashmir hamaare paas bhi hai’ But those wryly delicious asides are far and few in between because the chief purpose of the film is for you to surrender disbelief (and distaste carried over from real-life court-cases and flim-flam judgements) and enjoy the familiar antics of a clearly-ageing Salman played off against the freshness of a heart-stealing youngster (Read: Salman Khan and five reason to watch Bajrangi Bhaijaan) An old adage says ‘never act with children and animals’ You can also add Nawazuddin Siddiqui to that tiny list His bumbling Pakistani TV scribe nearly steals the film whose star is the little lost girl from across the border When Bajrangi takes upon himself the task of reuniting her with her family which lives ‘sarhad-ke-uss-paar’ bringing up flashes of ‘Gadar’ we know that it will be done not just because this is Salman the star who can do anything but also because he is an acolyte of the monkey-god Hanuman No prizes for guessing Salman’s ‘asli naam’ in the film Did you say Pawan Go to the top of the class Share This Article Related Article That the stoutly Hindu Pawan is played by a Salman creates some frisson especially when risible scenes of meat-eating and horrified reactions come up Do only `Mohammedans’ ( the word used for ‘Muslim’ : even a populist vehicle like this one can’t get away without using labels ) eat non-vegetarian food Then how is chicken the `national bird’ of the national capital of India Khan and Khan get away with that foul by bunging in a song about the favourite fowl of DelhiAnd making our hero execute a perfect ‘adaab’ instead of his bending-from-the-waist ‘namaste’ after working both sides of the heavily-patrolled fence The director’s ability to create drama in large inimical vistas is much higher than in homelier arenas so the first half passes by with some amount of slackness in which the will-speak-the-truth-at-any-cost character of Bajrangi Bhaijaan is created It also serves as an introductory passage for his love-interest Raskia (Kareena Kapoor making a strictly-by-the-numbers near-cameo appearance) The real film only starts post-interval when the action shifts to Pakistan with our trio on the run with some fun-and-frolic a quwaali-in-a-dargah and a picturesque if rousingly unreal climax But who cares right ‘Dosti’ is always better than ‘dushmani’ right And since when did borders separate hearts ‘Aman ki asha’ is not such a bad thing right This film presses many red-hot buttons even if the treatment is strictly in-the-clouds ‘filmi’ And gives us Shirtless Salman as a peacenik speaking for all religions and mulqs Believe it or faint Bajrangi Bhaijaan Star Cast: 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(Source: AP file) Top News Adam Nelson received his Olympic gold medal in the food court at Atlanta’s airport.Now let’s give him –and all other clean athletes –the recognition they deserve As more startling revelations came out Friday in the Russian doping scandal and an almost daily lineup of cheating athletes are nabbed through improved testing methods the International Olympic Committee needs to send a symbolic but powerful message that it will honour those who do things the right way No matter how long it takes Starting with the 2018 Winter Games in Pyeongchang and the 2020 Summer Games in Tokyo the IOC should hold official medal ceremonies for those athletes who were cheated out of their glory because competitors were taking performance-enhancing drugs We’re talking about actual ceremonies in the arena or stadium where their sport is being held complete with a podium and flowers and flags and national anthems with thousands of fans cheering them on and billions from around the world watching on television For Nelson that would mean awarding him a gold medal in Tokyo that he actually won in the shot put 16 years earlier on the fields of Ancient Olympia at the 2004 Athens Games It won’t begin to make up for what he lost But it’s a good start “Anything they could do to recognize the athletes that were robbed of the moment would certainly go a long way toward repairing some of the damage that was done” Nelson said when reached by phone not long after the release of a sickening report further detailing systematic doping in Russia that involved more than 1000 athletes across more than 30 sports The IOC has taken baby steps to address this enormous stain on fair competition most notably storing the doping samples it takes at each Olympics so they can be tested up to 10 years later using enhanced techniques that weren’t available at the time Nelson is one of those who benefited but he’s hardly alone So far a total of 88 athletes from the 2008 Beijing Olympics and the 2012 London Games have turned up positive when further testing was conducted –more than half of them medalists including five gold medalists The IOC says ominously that many more positive tests are still expected from the retesting of those 4-year-old samples All of this has led to a massive re-writing of the official results and a redistribution of medals to athletes who were clean They deserve even more Think of those who initially finished outside the top three They were denied a chance to step onto the podium have a medal hung around their neck by a dignitary watch proudly as their country’s flag was raised above the arena Those who received a belated gold lost out on the playing of their national anthem a ritual that often brings tears to even the biggest stars All of this is easily rectified Bring them to the next Olympics The IOC has no firm rules governing exactly how athletes should be awarded their reassigned medals It leaves that up to the national Olympic committees recommending that they invite dignitaries and the media and play the Olympic anthem Four Belgium women who were bumped up to gold in a 2008 track and field relay after the Russian runner tested positive got a rousing ceremony and standing ovation from a 40000-strong crowd during a meet in Brussels three months ago For others the medal handover wasn’t nearly so glamorous Nelson settled for silver at the 2004 Athens Olympics only to learn more than eight years later than the competitor who beat him Yuriy Bilonog of the Ukraine had been caught doping by a later round of testing The IOC asked Nelson to return his silver medal before he received the gold Rightfully skeptical he refused to give up what he had until he got what was rightfully his Finally in what sounds like a hostage exchange an arrangement was made in July 2013 with the US Olympic Committee “I got a call from the USOC that one of their representatives was returning from a trip to the IOC that he had the gold medal and was passing through Atlanta” said Nelson who lives about an hour away in Athens (the Georgia version interestingly enough) “So I drove down to the airport and we met at the food court … I sat down at a table and he sat on the other side He asked me ‘Did you bring the silver medal’ I said ‘Yes Have you got the gold medal’ We put them down on the table and slid them across to each other That was pretty much it” When asked if he would be willing to go to Tokyo in almost four years for the sort of ceremony he missed out on in Greece Nelson said “You know I think so if that’s something they put on the table and they’re really serious about doing it … especially if it doesn’t interfere with the current athletes competing I don’t want to have that stuff detract from the current athletes” It wouldn’t detract at all If anything such a ceremony would send a message to all athletes that the IOC is fully committed to a fair level playing field We can’t imagine that any medalist who does things the right way would be opposed to sharing the spotlight with someone who received this sort of delayed justice Of course there are other issues the IOC desperately needs to address including some sort of compensation package for athletes who suffered financial losses because of doping Until then let’s at least give them the medal ceremony they earned “It sends a message” Nelson said “that we value the efforts of those athletes who were robbed of their moment” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsAhmedabad: In the presence of some of India’s finest athletes Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday inaugurated ‘The Arena’ one of the most advanced integrated multi-purpose stadiums It is a public-private partnership between the government of Gujarat and TransStadia Supporting the event with their presence were Pullela Gopichand Kidambi Srikanth Gagan Narang Sushil Kumar Bhaichung Bhutia Paralympian Deepa Malik former India kabaddi captain Anup Kumar and cricketers Irfan Pathan and Parthiv Patel both having played domestic cricket for their home state of Gujarat Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the inauguration of ‘The Arena’ Image courtesy: PIB India via Twitter The PM first inaugurated the state-of-the-art TransStadia Sports Performance and Rehab Centre that aims to build a strong and healthy India through its human performance labs non-invasive treatment assessments and tailor-made fitness programs The assessment and training equipment at the centre is available for the first time in India — Pro Reaction Timer Swift SpeedLight Touch Mat/Speed Mat and more He also visited the mobile medical van that is equipped with specialised doctors to test and guide children across the country giving them insights to different sports best suited to their skills The sports science centre offers maximum relief and medication to injured individuals and also sportspersons that demand the highest level of fitness Speaking on the occasion TransStadia managing director Udit Sheth said "We are honoured and grateful to have the Honourable PM Shri Narendra Modi inaugurate the very project he envisioned with us This is the way we make viable sports infrastructure with world-class technology and jump utilisation thus creating diverse and strong revenue models where sports can become an industry "We are confident that this new city centre model for every urban area will change the way India performs in sports while many other activities take place across wellness leisure and more We have built the most modern stadium in the world" The prime minister also got aview of the stadium and the temperature-controlled infinity swimming pool from the fifth floor along with the body transformation centre and later visited the indoor sports facilities In-form shuttler Srikanth later tweeted of his meeting with the PM: "I feel honoured to meet you and talk to you sir I can’t ask for anything else This photo just says how happy I am Melbourne:World No 1 Brazil demolished Australia 4-0 fired by a Diego Souza goal after just 12 seconds in their international friendly in Melbourne on Tuesday The Socceroos held the five-times World Cup champions to 1-0 at half-time but the dazzling Brazilians ripped apart the home defence with three second-half goals Souza who replaced injured striker Gabriel Jesus scored twice with other goals from defender Thiago Silva and substitute Taison with his first international goal Diego Souza (L) celebrates his goal with Marcio Rafael and Douglas Costa(R) during the friendly match AFP Brazil bounced back spectacularly from their 1-0 loss to Argentina at the same venue on Friday with captain Liverpool’s Philippe Coutinho and Chelsea’s David Luiz performing outstandingly for the South Americans Brazil which did not bring stars Neymar Marcelo Dani Alves or Roberto Firmino to Melbourne still had far too much firepower for the Socceroos Brazil got off to a stunning start with a goal after just 12 seconds when defender Bailey Wright dithered and gave away the ball to Giuliano Giuliano sent Diego Souza through to beat goalkeeper Mitch Langerak for his first international goal But after the catastrophic start the Socceroos settled down with their passing improved from last week’s 3-2 win over Saudi Arabia in the World Cup qualifier Coutinho Brazil’s ninth captain since Tite became manager troubled the Australians with his deft close skills and touch while Luiz was rock solid as the holding midfielder in front of the back three The Brazilians made it 2-0 just after the hour when Luiz’s thunderous header from Coutinho’s corner came off the bar for Silva to nod home amongst a crowd of players in the six-yard box Langerak saved with his legs to deny Souza from scoring when Mark Milligan gave away possession to substitute Willian as Brazil turned the screws on the Socceroos Coutinho and Luiz Brazil’s two most influential players were substituted minutes apart before substitute Taison scored his first international goal After exquisite interplay by Willian Paulinho back-heeled the ball into Taison’s path to slot home Souza had a free header off corner in the third minute of stoppage time to round off the scoring for Brazil It was a sobering farewell for the Australians who leave on Wednesday for Russia and the Confederations Cup where they face Germany in their first game on 19 June "I guess the first half apart from the first action where we conceded a silly goal I thought it wasn’t too bad" Australia coach Ange Postecoglou said "The second half I’ll take responsibility We made a lot of changes and looked disjointed and they took advantage of that And we conceded two from set pieces which we hadn’t done for a while" Brazil who were the first team to qualify for next year’s World Cup finals in Russia will face Ecuador in Porto Alegre on 31 August in their next World Cup qualifier Editor’s note: This piece was originally published on 7 January 2016 In light of the truck attack in Nice France we are republishing this article It is exactly one year to the day when Stephane Charbonnier (Charb) and his team of satirists were deep in argument in the second-floor newsroom of Charlie Hebdo Amid a lot of irreverent leg-pulling and ideation they were brainstorming about the victims of racism in France and how best to make it the subject of their next edition when the killers stormed inside called the cartoonists by their names and sprayed bullets Three other editorial staff a guest the cartoonists’ bodyguard a caretaker and a policeman on the pavement were also murdered "Allahu Akbar The Prophet has been avenged" they cried out before driving off secure in their belief that they have taught a lesson to the blaspheming cartoonists It was all over in a matter of few minutes One year into the Charlie Hebdo massacre it now seems increasingly clear that those few minutes are all it took to change the way how the world at large and Europe in particular looks at and deals with terrorism Unlike perhaps the 9/11 attacks in the US Madrid train bombings or 26/11 terror strikes in Mumbai this wasn’t an elaborately planned or professionally executed terrorist assault There were no foreign militants kidnapping an airplane or sneaking past the border to inflict mayhem There were no handlers pulling the strings from across the border and giving step-by-step instructions Brothers Said and Cherif Kouachi were born in Paris and were known to the French authorities as radicalised troublemakers In fact the way their mistook Charlie Hebdo’s archives for the headquarters before realising their mistake makes it clear there was little if any reconnaissance of the site They didn’t seem to have a concrete escape plan and even left an ID in the car Representational image? which falls on government land.” For all the latest Sports News, ‘She is not getting it right.Hasmukh and Alpesh Seth,which took time.” he said without giving details.
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