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Since we have declared candidates early,and a senior advisor to Zyfin, bringing about his own political demise.s data quality was lower, With England’s attack set to feature the likes of Durham quick Mark Wood, but the US has remained committed to the agreement at the least level, According to sources in the police,the woman had told a lawyer about threat calls she had got from the accused to withdraw the case. Soc. RTO Lane 4 Bungalows Andheri West Mumbai passed away (natural death) after prolonged illness on 5-4-2016 at Holy Family Hospital Bandra The complaint has been lodged that no family members or nearby relatives are traceable The police officials are searching for the family members/ nearby relatives to hand over the dead body If any family member/ nearby relative member is known to him then kindly contact Amboli police station within 5 days from this date or the body would be sent for cremation (sic)” Share This Article Related Article The advertisement which included Shisale’s phone number was topped with a picture of Durwani wearing a blue hospital gown with a breathing apparatus attached to his nose Durwani’s niece who lives in Chembur noticed it Within a day his niece and estranged wife who lives in Yari Road Andheri West identified the body proved with documents that they were indeed related to him and claimed the body for last rites The preceding month meanwhile when the police were trying to search his family members had been marked with frustration Durwani had deleted numbers of all relatives from his cell phone and kept no address books in his one-room apartment “After inquiring with neighbours we found a few email addresses but the mails bounced back We were even given an address in Los Angeles USA but the letter was returned as the address was incorrect” Shisale said His boss senior inspector Ramesh Khadtare claimed that it is rare for the police to give notice in newspapers but insisted that this case demanded so “Usually we find phone numbers or addresses for the next of kin when we come across an unclaimed body It is highly improbable that they won’t have relatives” he said Normal procedure dictates fingerprints of the deceased be taken and the photograph of an unidentified dead person in the city be circulated across police stations in the hope it matches with the dozens of missing persons’ complaints registered daily When no one comes forward with a legitimate claim the police waits for a fortnight before laying the body to rest “We are just glad that the family responded in time” Shisale said Since falling out with his family years ago Durwani had been living alone in his third floor home with his four pet dogs for company Only his affinity for the pets and his daily habit of feeding heaps of chicken to stray dogs in the lane where he stayed made him stand out in the middle class locality A homeowner since the building was constructed twenty years ago none of his neighbours ever spotted any family member visiting him Apart from walking his dogs – Jackie Nancy Casper and Duke – the only regulars in Durwani’s daily life were his two maids who visited the house almost everyday one to cook and another to clean the house It was one of these women who who raised the alarm one January afternoon when Durwani was not answering the door “The maid went to my wife for help and she asked me to come home” said Sunil Shirke’s the society’s secretary who lives on the floor below Shirke in turn rang for the police who managed to force their way inside and found Durwani lying paralysed down the right side He then spent the next three months in hospital “We’re happy he could be with his family in the end” Shirke said admitting that he was clueless about Durwani’s estrangement from his wife “Apart from a ‘hello’ he never spoke much to anyone We did not know about his personal matters” he added The police’s queries about the estrangement however was stone-walled by Durwani’s wife “I wanted to know why they had been living apart for so many years and what they had fought over but the wife said it was her personal business” Shisale said [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Bharat Sundaresan | Harare | Updated: June 23 2016 11:37 am India beat Zimbabwe by 3 runs as they clinch T20 series with thrilling win in the last over (Source: Facebook) Top News IT’S NOT easy being Elton Chigumbura in Zimbabwe One day they hate you the next day you’re their champion One day you are madandara the next day you’re a shasha ‘hopeless’ and ‘hero’ respectively in Shona—the local tongue On Wednesday evening as the Harare sun set in a hurry Zimbabwe’s passionate and fervent cricket fans were confused Chigumbura had got them close very close to a historic T20 series win over the mighty Indians And then he had failed to get them over the line For the second time in five days the match went to the bitter climax with the most celebrated member of the batting line-up needing to hit the last ball for four And he failed But Chigumbura with enormous help from young Timycen Maruma had done what the entire nation had demanded of their cricket team he had given the Indians a run for their money They had provided a fight a competition and a performance that their ardent supporters could take pride in unlike the spineless surrender during the ODIs But as they tried to gather themselves and their nerves at the Harare Sports Club they were left wondering was this enough In many ways it was a match that summed up the quandary in which Zimbabwe cricket finds itself in presently lots of hits but even more misses Does it celebrate the fact that Chigumbura & Co pushed a high-profile team to the edge or does it admonish them for failing to win a cricket match Therein lies the rub It was also an important moment as far as the Indian team was concerned too If Barinder Sran had conceded a boundary to Chigumbura as he had off the penultimate delivery it would have ended their 11-day one-city tour to Zimbabwe on an embarrassing note and a bitter taste in the mouth It would have also meant that the IPL bashers of which there isn’t a dearth would have had a field day How could a bunch of highly-paid even if inexperienced bunch of IPL superstars led by arguably the most-celebrated cricketer in the world go down to a beleaguered and underpaid team riddled with crisis Especially since they had already fallen short in run-chase which their vaunted batting line-up shouldn’t have had a problem with conquering in the first T20 Going into the final over Sran had been left with 21 to defend which at that point seemed like a formality The over though had begun on a horrific note for the young left-arm pacer Maruma had smashed the first delivery a long distance over the wide long-on fence And just like Ben Stokes had on that famous night at the Eden Gardens a few months back—when Carlos Brathwaite stunned the world—Sran stood at the centre of the pitch in shock and awe The next ball was an extremely wide delivery outside off that didn’t even land within the confines of the pitch as he tried to compensate It only got worse as he dished up a chest-high full-toss that Maruma slammed over the cover fielder for four All of a sudden Zimbabwe only needed nine and they had five deliveries to get them in with a free-hit on offer Luckily for India Sran chose to come off age when it mattered most The next three deliveries were the most accurate wide yorkers his captain could have asked for And even though the fifth one went for four off the outside-edge of Chigumbura’s bat Dhoni—who had to call for eye drops repeatedly towards the end of the innings after having been struck in his right-eye by the bail after getting bowled—applauded his bowler’s effort in sticking with the plan That is before Sran provided some great relief for the Indians and despair for the hosts by delivering a low full-toss that Chigumbura could only hit as far as Yuzvendra Chahal at cover to ensure that India had done what was expected of them leaving the African shores with series wins in both limited-over formats Low scoring thriller A low-scoring thriller is not what T20 is designed for usually But on Wednesday the pitch at the Harare Sports Club was one that encouraged it It was two-paced with inconsistent bounce and bowler-friendly enough for the Zimbabweans to put the Indians into bat For starters both teams started their respective innings with maiden overs The Zimbabwe new-ball bowlers to their credit made the most of the conditions Makhaya Ntini does most things differently to normal people And almost expectedly his way of disciplining his bowlers isn’t out of the more conservative coach’s manual either He places raw eggs at good lengths and his fast bowlers are expected to pitch the ball on them If they don’t he makes them eat the eggs raw On Wednesday fortunately for Tendai Chatara & Co they didn’t have to endure the traumatic experience For they had done their job If anything it was the Indian batting line-up that they left walking on eggshells reducing them to 27/3 within the first five overs Then Kedar Jadhav and Ambati Rayudu came together In the midst of 20-somethings the Zimbabwe tour must have seemed like walking on eggshells for Jadhav and Rayudu who are now both in their respective 30s More so for Jadhav who has now played 11 of his 12 international matches in Harare But with his team in strife the diminutive right-hander showed just why the selectors keep showing faith in him despite the number of young pretenders emerging around him by playing an extremely important innings both for him and the team On a pitch that troubled everyone else he looked rather fluent and it was his assault 58 off 42 in the late overs—a powerfully struck six over long-on being the cynosure—that gave the visitors a competitive score Axar Patel played his part too scoring 20 brisk runs off 11 balls and then bowled economically choking the hosts at crucial junctures for his captain For Zimbabwe looked to be in front for most parts of their chase needing just over 7-an-over at the halfway stage But Patel and the inspirational Jasprit Bumrah brought Chigumbura and Zimbabwe cricket face to face with their moment of truth Brief scores: India 138/6 in 20 overs (Kedar Jadhav 58 KL Rahul 22 Donald Tiripano 3/20) beat Zimbabwe 135/6 in 20 overs (Vusi Sibanda 28 Petewr Moor 26 Dhawal Kulkarni 2/23 Barinder Sran 2/31) by three runs For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Chennai | Published: January 26 2016 2:02 pm Sudha Kongara Prasad who spent nearly six years of her life on forthcoming Hindi-Tamil bilingual sports drama “Saala Khadoos” says she and her team went through “hell” to make the film Related News Director Sudha Kongara Prasad who spent nearly six years of her life on forthcoming Hindi-Tamil bilingual sports drama “Saala Khadoos” says she and her team went through “hell” to make the film “We faced roadblock after roadblock went through hell to find someone to blindly believe in our film We literally struggled to get this film made” Sudha told IANS Hope came in the form of actor R Madhavan recalls the director She approached him with the script in 2011 when he was shooting for his Tamil film “Vettai” “He told me he would tell me in 48 hours if he would do it Exactly 48 hours later he called and told me ‘What a script you’ve written I’m on’ But I told him I didn’t have a producer and I wanted the film to reach out to people and for that to happen we should take it to the right people” Also read:‘Saala Khadoos’ to be screened for Bollywood on RepublicDay “He told me ‘Sudha you’ve given me the best script and see where I take you’” she said Madhavan was instrumental in bringing on board his “3 Idiots” filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani who has produced the film in Hindi “Without Rajuji this project would have been a small film Our last producer literally dumped us midway and when things were going from bad to worse was when Rajuji stepped in” Sudha said Hirani’s association with the project came as a big boost she added “He’s right there up next to god for me as far as I’m concerned I’m eternally grateful because he sent me a message long back which read: ‘You have a great story Don’t worry about anything I’ll do everything in my power to make it happena’ And he made it happen” she said For Sudha who has previously made films such as “Andhra Andagadu” and “Drohi” Madhavan was always the first choice for the lead role of the boxing coach “I’ve known him for over a decade and there’s this inherent inane arrogance and attitude in my coach which I thought was always there in Maddy I’ve seen that side in him more than anybody It was far too evident” she said Even before the project went on the floors Sudha spent about three years on research work “I met with several boxers coaches and officials from all over the country Every scene is from the character I’ve met and spoken to on this journey There’s so much drama in the lives of boxers It’s a contact sport and everyday they beat up people for a living” Sudha said “All these things became the material for my script” she shared The pre-production and the shooting of the film took three more years “We started shooting in August 2014 and by November Madhavan had to go to shoot ‘Tanu Weds Manu Returns’ and we still had six days of shoot So he had to get out of his get-up cut his hair lose weight go do another film and come back and finish my film” “He finished shooting ‘Tanu Weds Manu Returns’ by April 2015 He spent the next few months getting back in shape growing his hair again and joined the shoot only in September” she said Sudha admits that it was Madhavan’s enthusiasm more than hers that kept everybody motivated “Saala Khadoos” which also stars debutante Ritika Singh releases in cinemas on Friday (Jana It also releases in Tamil as “Irudhi Suttru” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Srinath Raghvendra Rao | Mumbai | Updated: December 22 2015 4:44 am Related News The Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) has begun an independent probe after a woman complained that her husband spoke about his “wish to commit jihad” The man is reported missing along with two others whose families have lodged separate cases of missing persons The men aged between 23 and 26 years are all residents of the Malwani locality in Malad West and they went missing from their homes between October and the second week of December Identified as autorickshaw driver Mohsin Sheikh unemployed graduate Wajid Sheikh and another unemployed man named Ayyaz Sultan the three have disappeared without a trace and the police are yet to trace their whereabouts Wajid’s wife who lodged the complaint has left her husband’s home since his disappearance and is not in touch with her in-laws An ATS team visited each of the three houses Monday and questioned other people in the locality Even as all three families claimed that the men did not have passports ATS officials said they were yet to get any evidence indicating the men had left India Wajid lived in Malwani’s block number 8 with his house separated by only a few feet from Ayyaz’s On Monday afternoon his older sister Ayesha sat weeping on a bed as father Bashir looked forlorn “He is in shock” said Ayesha She said her father who had a liver problem had been extremely depressed since Wajid left Wajid was last seen at 3 pm on December 15 when he left home to go to the Aadhaar card enrollment centre in Charkop “When we went to the centre to enquire we were told that he never came there” said Ayesha She said Wajid told her that he wanted to change addresses on the cards of their parents “After changing the addresses he was to apply for passports for our parents” she said That afternoon Wajid left home with his cellphone but without his wallet “He would often leave his phone at home while going out” she recalled A commerce graduate who didn’t find work Wajid helped out his father at the family’s lemon shop in block number 7 “The only other places he ever went to apart from the shop was to Vashi where his wife’s family lives” said Ayesha Wajid got married 10 months ago and his family suspects his wife might have framed him “ He may have been kidnapped or something else may have happened to him” she said Ayesha claimed that Wajid left home “penniless” “He would have needed money to travel abroad and we had Rs 20000 at home that day But he did not touch that money And he always asked me for money whenever he needed to go anywhere He didn’t do that either” she saidBefore registering a complaint with the police early on December 16 Wajid’s family hunted for him at railway stations and hospitals nearby “We even checked at the intensive care unit of Shatabdi Hospital thinking he might have been injured But we couldn’t find him anywhere” said Ayesha A little distance away in MHADA colony 26-year-old Mohsin left home around the same time as Wajid did on December 15 leaving behind his parents five siblings a wife and two children Mohsin’s father Ibrahim Sayyad said his son had left home for Surat to attend a wedding “He said he was going there with an uncle and aunt and had packed two sets of clothes” he said Ever since Mohsin left home some time after 3 pm his cellphone has been switched off With no communication for two days the family enquired with several relatives and then registered a missing person’s complaint at the Malwani police station on December 17 “I just hope he is safe and comes back home” said Sayyad With Mohsin gone his older bother Mubin is the only earning member of the family now They live in a one-room house in the housing colony The father said Mohsin had dropped out of school after Class VIII and had been driving an autorickshaw for a living for the last seven years “He is a normal boy who prays five times a day He has never had any trouble at home” he said Ayyaz Sultan’s brother refused to comment The police meanwhile said they were yet to trace the men “We are treating it as a case of missing persons and our missions persons department is looking into it So far we have found no reason for the men to leave their homes” said Milind Khetle senior inspector Malwani police station [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: November 22 2016 3:15 pm Faf du Plessis is now eligible to play the third Test vs Australia (Source: Reuters) Top News South Africa captain Faf du Plessis has been fined 100 per cent of his match fee from the second Test against Australia in Hobart which the visitors won by an innings and 80 runs and took hold of the three-match series 2-0 However post the win controversy erupted over Faf’s usage of mints to alter the condition of the ball But with the verdict after a hearing that lasted nearly three hours he is eligible to play the third Test against the Aussies in Adelaide The Test begins on Thursday November 24 and is the second day-night contest in Australia ICC Match Referee Andy Pycroft found Faf in breach of Article 229 of the ICC Code of Conduct in what is the second charge of ball tampering on the Proteas skipper He was fined by the ICC for rubbing the ball on a trouser zipper during a 2013 Test against Pakistan ICC CEO Dave Richardson had charged Faf after TV footage appeared to show du Plessis applying an artificial substance (mint lolly) while trying to shine the surface of the ball Pycroft heardrepresentation from allparties including the two on-field umpires who stated they would have acted immediately had they seen theincident and MCC Head of Cricket John Stephenson who also confirmed that an artificial substance was transferred to the ball while applying saliva Under the new version of Code that came into effect on September 22 2016 this was treated as a first offence and with that duPlessis was docked 100 per cent of his match fee and three demerit points have been added to his disciplinary record Sincethe ICC charge Faf has been supported across the cricket world including by his teammates in a show of unity with the entire side showing up and Hashim Amla speaking out against the unfairness of it He still has 48 hours to appeal the verdict For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Manoj Kumar R | Bengaluru | Published: September 16 2016 9:53 pm The teaser of ‘Thoppil Joppan’ most-awaited film of superstar Mammootty was released on Friday Top News The teaser of ‘Thoppil Joppan’ most-awaited film of superstar Mammootty was released on Friday The flat 24-second teaser video doesn’t give away too much about the film Alas it doesn’t even show a glimpse of Mammootty The teaser only has Thoppli Joppan’s leading lady Mamtha Mohandas bragging to her friends about “achayan” understandably about the titular character played by Mamukka Although the teaser doesn’t pack visuals and dialogues to enthral audience it still manages to strike a chord It is colourful and peppy And it has a tagline that reads: “50% Love 50% Alcohol” So what does this tiny teaser video offer Assurance The Malayalam film audience can get their hopes high as ‘Thoppli Joppan’ won’t be another disaster from Mammootty like ‘White’ and ‘Kasaba’ Playing an achayan a colloquial expression for male members of the Saint Thomas Christians in Kerala has worked for Mammootty in the past Actually he thrives on such roles He had played an achayan in his super hit films like ‘Kottayam Kunjachan’ ‘Nasrani’ and ‘Kizhakkan Pathrose’ The comedy film is directed by Johny Antony Previously he had helmed ‘Thuruppugulan’ ‘Ee Pattanathil Bhootham’ and ‘Thappana’ with Mammootty in the lead ‘Thoppli Joppan’ which is touted to be a laugh riot is scripted by Nishad Koya and bankrolled by Grand Day Films Corporation The film also stars Renji Panicker Harisree Ashokan Alencier Suresh Krishna and Saju Navodaya in pivotal roles Mamtha meanwhile has worked with Mammootty in many films including ‘Varsham’ ‘Jawan of Vellimala’ and ‘Big B’ In ‘Thoppli Joppan’ she plays his love interest during one part of his life Watch the teaser here: The shooting for the film began in Ernakulam in April and is still underway For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Srinath Raghvendra Rao Rohit Alok | Mumbai | Updated: October 24 2015 4:12 am Related News IF THE Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) finally decides to implement the High Court directive of acting against eateries cooking food on the streets Mumbai’s famed street hawking culture is bound to take a big hit For roughly four out of every ten hawkers in Mumbai earn a living by selling cooked food Several residents across the city also depend on street food for their daily meals Share This Article Related Article Interestingly enough the civic administration itself is divided on the High Court directive While some officials say taking such drastic measure is “just not feasible” a section believes such a move would help ease city’s horrific congestion levels And then there are those who express concern on how Mumbai’s image as a global city could take a hit if action was initiated against the city’s famed street food culture Requesting anonymity a senior BMC official said “A city is globally recognised because of its street food Mumbai is perceived as one such global city across the world due to its flavours on the streets” “Not everyone in Mumbai can afford to eat at hotels everyday as they tend to be expensive A simple vada pav can suffice for lunch and a bhel puri can be an evening snack But what will people eat if all the food is taken off streets, The NASA mission had a much more selective range.

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