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Dadar (W), We are going in appeal against the CBFC’s decision. http://tco/SJ8O60UzGp — Prakash Jha (@prakashjha27) January 2 2016 The action-drama also starring Manav Kaul and Rahul Bhat will hit theatres on March 4 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: June 13 2016 5:34 am The accused later identified as Naren Rajbangshi had called the child and molested her while talking to her Top News A nine-year-old girl was allegedly molested inside a moving train by a 42-year-old railway employee on Saturday night The incident took place when the victim was travelling with her parents from Howrah to Jalpaiguri on Paharia Express The accused later identified as Naren Rajbangshi had called the child and molested her while talking to her The girl’s parents later lodged a complaint at the Bandel Railway police station “According to the complaint the victim went to her parents and told them everything who immediately raised an alarm” said a police officer Alleging police inaction the victim’s parents said the railway employees behaved in a very laid-back manner in attending to their complaint and some of them even helped Rajbangshi flee the spot The accused an employee of the Railways mechanical department is yet to be arrested “As soon as the complaint was received we immediately initiated a search operation in the train at Katwa the next station He however could not be traced” sad a senior Railway Police official Earlier in February this year a 22-year-old student had complained that she was molested by a passenger who was in an inebriated state The accused who had tried to jump off the train had also alleged that while co-passengers stopped her from committing suicide and helped her contact the police no one from the railway staff came over to offer help For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsHaving lost their opening match against Pakistan a result that went against the form book Bangladesh would have been hoping for a smooth build-up to their game against Australia They got anything but Bangladesh’s Al Amin Hossain drops John Hastings’s catch during the ICC World T20 match against Australia in Bengaluru on Monday Solaris Images First they learned that their two most successful bowlers against Pakistan were to be banned due to a problem with their bowling actions Taskin Ahmed and Arafat Sunny had both been reported during their match against Netherlands on 9 March and subsequent testing found that they have a degree of flex in their elbows that is beyond the allowable limit Neither will take any further part in the 2016 ICC World T20 although Bangladesh board has lodged a procedural appeal If that wasn’t bad enough we discovered after the toss that Bangladesh would also be without the services of Tamim Iqbal the tournament’s leading scorer who was described as “sick” Bangladesh have been served well from the quick starts generated by Tamim and his absence was perhaps an even bigger loss than the two bowlers Then you needed to factor in their record Bangladesh met Australia 26 times in all formats before today and won just one game an ODI victory in Cardiff in 2005 The other 25 in Tests ODIs and T20I matches have all ended in losses Bangladesh were playing against a team that they had not beaten in over a decade without their best batsman and sans two of their best bowlers Things were most certainly not smooth Mohammad Mithun was promoted to open and did a steady job after he lost partner Soumya Sarkar early Mithun’s 22-ball 23 was steady but it was nowhere near the explosive start that Tamim is famed for Bangladesh had to find a way to recover from the double blow of being less likely to score all the runs that they could and missing two key bowlers most likely to help them defend a low total They never really did that The one truly bright spark was Mahmadullah who has been in outstanding form in 2016 Going into this year he had made 411 runs in his T20 International career at an average of 15 and with a strike rate of 103 So far in 2016 he has made 252 runs at an average of 36 with a strike rate of 150 There was more of that stellar form today He came to the crease with his side struggling at 78-4 in the 12th over and then blasted 49 runs from 29 balls His partnership with Shakib-Al-Hassan and then with Mushfiqur Rahim took Bangladesh to a reasonable score but not a daunting one In fact it was the highest T20 International total that Bangladesh have ever made against Australia But at the halfway stage the Aussies were very much the favourites Bangladesh needed to dismiss Usman Khawaja early to stand a chance in the match such is the left hander’s ridiculous form When the Aussie opener got off the mark with a towering six it was clear how large a challenge they were facing Khawaja looked in absolute control throughout the whole of his innings and when he was bowled behind his legs by Al-Amin Hossain it came as a real surprise As against New Zealand here too the Australians made a good start and needed their middle order to keep things steady when the top order got out The win was theirs for the taking even after Khawaja departed; they needed 42 runs in 41 balls Still the Australian batsmen tried their best to throw the match away Bangladesh kept up the pressure but not for the first time they were badly let down by their fielding There was dropped catches poor attempts in the circle and worse ones in the deep They let Australia have at least 15 runs in the field maybe more and as the Australian middle order crumbled like a plastic garden chair under the weight of an obese relative at a family barbecue the game became a lot closer than it should have been Having made an acceptable if not daunting total Bangladesh needed to be outstanding in the field to beat an Australian side that man for man was more talented than them Instead they didn’t really give themselves a chance Had they saved those 15 extra runs in the field when Australia lost five wickets for 37 runs they could well have gone on to win By then it was already too late This defeat has not mathematically eliminated Bangladesh from the tournament but they are in essence playing for pride in their last two fixtures Bangladesh have made great strides in white ball cricket in recent years but have been more impressive in ODIs than in T20Is Having said that Bangladesh made the final of the Asia Cup ahead of both Pakistan and Sri Lanka They are a better side that their performances against Pakistan and Australia have suggested in World T20 They will feel that they were always playing catch up having lost three vital cogs in this team’s machine going into this match but when they look back on their fielding they may feel they let the chance of a first win against Australia since 2005 slip through their fingers Written by Devendra Pandey | Mumbai | Updated: September 29 2016 1:17 pm The Indian Express spoke to a few BCCI officials and office bearers who suggested how they don’t have much choice but to accept the recommendations at the special AGM Top News The BCCI headquarters wore a defeatist look on the day the Supreme Court came down hard on them for violations of the Lodha Committee recommendations and for non-compliance in implementing reforms It was a double blow for Indian cricket officials as Chief Justice of India TS Thakur warned them to “fall in line” and set October 6 as the deadline after the Lodha committee sought directions to supercede the present office bearers After the long fight BCCI seemed to have given up The board had called for a special general body meeting on September 30 to consider the amendments but it’s now likely to see a few resignations Since the committee also wanted the Court to form a new panel of BCCI administrators during this transition period there is curiosity among a few officials to see whether they get a role in the new system WATCH VIDEO: Supreme Court Warns BCCI Over Lodha Report : Here’s What The Court Said The Indian Express spoke to a few BCCI office bearers who hinted they had no choice but to accept the recommendations at the special AGM There was also some gripe about the decisions of the court and its committee Speculations are rife that Anurag Thakur the BCCI president and BJP MP might step down followed by secretary Ajay Shirke “We have no option left we are helpless Sab khatam ho gaya One goes to the Supreme Court to get justice but here something else is happening We have to accept all reforms by September 30” a senior board functionary told The Indian Express The Apex court had backed the Lodha committee’s status report which detailed the timeline of events citing the numerous delays in responding to the committee violations of the recommendations and a lack of will to implement the reforms The court set a week’s deadline and also made their ire over BCCI’s stubbornness very clear If the Indian board’s SGM decides to pass the Lodha Committee’s recommendations to adopt the new Memorandum of Association and Rules by September 30 Anurag Thakur’s days as BCCI president are numbered “The day the BCCI SGM decides to implement Lodha committee’s recommendations all members will have to choose between BCCI and its state associations Those who have completed more than nine years will have to vacate their posts and those who are chairing the seat for consecutive terms too will be required to undergo a cooling period The ball is in Anurag Thakur’s court now to resign or not” another BCCI official said Meanwhile the Supreme Court has made its intentions very clear “BCCI it seems will go to the extent of defying court orders” Justice Thakur said “We had been anticipating such disregard from the board We don’t appreciate such tactics by the BCCI We have no difficulty in passing orders to make sure our previous orders are implemented” Justice (Retd) RM Lodha however made it clear that the BCCI had got an opportunity to argue their case “Every recommendation which was not acceptable to the BCCI was opposed and they had full opportunity to argue We all bow to the Supreme Court” Lodha said Asked if he is open to a dialogue with the BCCI to further discuss the recommendations Lodha said: “We are no party to the litigation there is no question of a dialogue We are simply to implement the Supreme Court’s judgement now We held a meeting on 9th August (with the BCCI officials) and three weeks before that meeting intimation was sent to Mr Anurag Thakur and Mr Ajay Shirke We wanted to discuss We invited them on our own we sent communication to them One of them came (Shirke) the other (Thakur) didn’t” he said Talking about decisions regarding the 2016-17 season taken at the AGM Lodha said “I am nobody to examine their mood (in BCCI) we have only examined the decisions taken by them in their AGM we had already clarified to them that the AGM can go ahead and they can discuss routine measures for the year 2015-16 No decision should be taken concerning 2016-17 Certain decisions have been taken which are directly in conflict with what we directed BCCI to do Therefore it was necessary for us to bring it to the notice of the Supreme Court that these are the violations” Lodha said Meanwhile former BCCI president Sharad Pawar on Wednesday said the cricket body is not opposing the reforms proposed by the Supreme Court but only seeking clarifications Pawar said “We are not saying no we just need some clarifications from them If we have to call a (BCCI) AGM and make changes in the constitution we have no objection but simultaneously our lawyer brought to our notice that according to the Supreme Court orders it is not applicable to state associations and this needs to be clarified” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Mumbai | Published: September 7 2015 1:03 pm While Vikas Bahl’s ‘Shaandaar’ is slated to release on next month – October 22 ‘Jab We Met’ directed by Imtiaz Ali released on October 26 back in 2007 Related News By pure coincidence Shahid Kapoor’s upcoming film ‘Shaandaar’ along with Alia Bhatt will release in the same week as his 2007 hit ‘Jab We Met’ which also starred former girlfriend Kareena Kapoor While Vikas Bahl’s ‘Shaandaar’ is slated to release on next month – October 22 ‘Jab We Met’ directed by Imtiaz Ali released on October 26 back in 2007 “I did not realise it until someone from the team pointed it out It is a happy co-incidence that Shaandaar is releasing in the same week as Jab We Met” said Shahid Kapoor Share This Article Related Article ‘Shaandaar’ which is a destination wedding film has audiences quite excited especially after the trailer which was well received This is the first time that Shahid and Alia will be seen sharing screen space together ‘Jab We Met’ was a major hit both commercially as well as a critical success Hopefully the third week of October proves lucky for ‘Shaandaar’ as well For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsMumbai: Defending IPL champions Mumbai Indians have been hit hard by the Bombay High Court decision to shift all their home games out of the Wankhede Stadium but the side were focused only on the game according to wicket-keeper Parthiv Patel "It’s something not in our control I don’t think we can think about them There are still four (actually three) games here We would rather put our energy into it" said Patel at the press conference today ahead of tomorrow’s game here against table toppers Gujarat Lions File photo of Hardik Pandya BCCI "We have played two games and that includes away games as well (against Kolkata Knight Riders in Kolkata) As players we have been taught not to focus on external things and (instead) focus on the game Home and away game don’t matter As a sportsman you always want challenges and MI is a team which can play anywhere" he said "It’s just start of tournament and we are getting some momentum I don’t think it makes any sense in shifting our focus into something which is not in our control We would rather focus on playing cricket rather than other things" he added The two affected franchises — MI and Rising Pune Supergiants — were asked by the IPL to pick from Raipur Jaipur Visakhapatnam and Kanpur as their alternate home base While Pune opted for Visakhapatnam Mumbai Indians sought two days’ time (till April 17) to choose their new base Patel said though the team will miss West Indian batsman Lendl Simmons ruled out of the tournament because of a lower back injury it has given him an opportunity to bat with his in-form captain Rohit Sharma "Lendl has been a brilliant player for us and has scored a lot of runs over the last two years We had good opening partnerships last year Now it gives me an opportunity to play with Rohit He’s in great form and makes batting look easy and that gives me confidence at the other end as well Meanwhile Simmons’ replacement New Zealander Martin Guptill has reached here and he did practice today with the squad but is unlikely to make it to the playing eleven tomorrow Ahmedabad-born Patel who made 23 in the previous game against Kolkata backed the team’s think tank’s move to promote all-rounder Hardik Pandya to bat at number three followed by Mitchell McClenaghan "He’s (Pandya) a quality player He got lot of runs in the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 trophy here batting at number three Him batting at number three gives a very good balance It gives (Ambati) Rayudu (Kieron) Pollard and (Jos) Buttler a nice place to bat on" said Patel On the promotion of McClenaghan ahead of Buttler and Pollard against KKR two days ago Patel said "Both of them (captain Rohit and coach Ricky Ponting) decided to send McClenaghan at number four He played a crucial role Usually when a wicket falls the momentum shifts a bit but I thought he came and played a brilliant 20 runs" Praising the coaching style of Ponting Patel said it was his calm demeanour which played a major role in MI’s turn of fortunes after losing four straight games at the beginning of last season and go on to clinch the title for the second time "Ricky is brilliant He gives us the space and he gives confidence His positive energy is very good Win or lose he makes sure the atmosphere remains good and that’s the reason we could stage the comeback last year "I don’t think losing the first game (on April 9 here against Pune) made any difference We started afresh (against KKR) and that’s the way the Australian team played under him I know how he plays and that’s what he tries to rub on the players" Patel said PTI Sri Lanka cricket captain Angelo Mathews today said the islanders are determined to give a fitting send off to the retiring Kumar Sangakkara by winning the upcoming Test series against India "A series win is the best way to send off a player of Sangakkara’s calibre" Mathews said File picture of Kumar Sangakkara Reuters Sangakkara has announced his retirement from international cricket after the second match of the three-Test series against India starting August 12 Sangakkara’s last match will be from August 20-24 at P Sara Oval here Mathews also said that his own participation in the first Test starting in Galle on August 12 is doubtful as he is yet to recover from a wrist sprain The hosts will also miss fast bowlers Dushmantha Chameera and Suranga Lakmal due to injuries PTIa social activist from Moradabad,” said Ajay, “How can there be a god who says only men can enter the temple and not women? Some fans even compared the film to Hollywood movies.

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