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"Will it be proper?. The Maharashtra Chief Minister belonging to your party had then sought that such a bill be studied by a group of chief ministers But UPA did not find it appropriate to evolve a consensus among its own CMs" Gadkari said in his letter The amendments brought out by the Modi government were in line with the suggestions which were made by chief ministers during a consultation exercise on 27 June 2014 he said "In your letter you have tried to mislead the country over the Electricity Act 2003 as well" he said PTI By: Express Web Desk | Kandy | Updated: August 12 2017 6:40 pm Shikhar Dhawan scored his 6th Test century for India (Source: AP) Related News In a day of two halves India dominated the first but gave away the momentum to Sri Lanka by close of play after losing six wickets before stumps on day one of the third and final Test at Pallekele in Kandy An 188-run opening stand between Shikhar Dhawan and KL Rahul laid a solid platform for India butSri Lanka bounced back through their spinners and halted India’s progress At stumps India were 331 for 6 with Wriddhiman Saha and Hardik Pandya the two unbeaten batsmen Dhawan and Rahul scored runs at six runs per over in the first four of the day before managing to take India to 134 for no loss at Lunch in just 26 overs But midway through the second session India began to lose momentum as both openers fell trying to play aggressive strokes Cheteshwar Pujara became the first victim of Lakshan Sandakan India went to Tea at 235 for 3 and in the final session Sri Lanka picked up two wickets — one each for Vishwa Fernando and Sandakan — as India moved past 300 They scored at 364 runs per over in the day but that fell below three in the final session Dhawan scored his sixth Test century and Rahul was looking good to score his but both batsmen were dismissed by Pushpakuamara Rahul batting on 85 his record equaling seventh half-century came down the track and tried to loft it over mid-on But his bat spun in his hands and it went straight to mid-on His partner exceptional throughout the day played a sweep shot off a full toss and Dinesh Chandimal was in perfect field position to take a sharp catch at square-leg Pushpakumara had given Sri Lanka two wickets and both of set batsmen The hosts had bowled wayward line and lengths during the first session but suddenly bowled with purpose and sharpness Pushpakumara got it up to the batsmen while Sandakan confused the batsmen with his variations off his wrist Fernando wasn’t far behind with his seam Sandakan bowled a wrong’un to Pujara who failed to read it and went for a lazy cut short only to be caught at slips Kohli was caught at the same position but he played a loose cover drive He fell to Pushpakumara after making 42 Ajinkya Rahane who had given some stability to Indian innings was undone by a dipping drifting delivery from Sandakan Rahane tried to flick it from the frontfoot but missed it completely and it went through the gate to bowl him R Ashwin and Saha were set to take India to close of play but Fernando got the second new ball to swing away and Ashwin edged it behind Niroshan Dickwella dived to his right and parallel to the ground held on to the catch Pandya survived the remaining two overs with Saha as India took to take their total close to 400 when they come out to bat on second day For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: April 18 2017 4:40 am Saif Ali Khan is the son of an acclaimed actor Sharmila Tagore and ace cricketer Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi He comes from a lineage of cinema sports literature and royalty Related News At a time when the Hindi film industry is going through an interesting phase with old norms of success being challenged by new ways of storytelling actor Saif Ali Khan will be the guest at Express Adda in Mumbai on Tuesday The son of acclaimed actor Sharmila Tagore and ace cricketer Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi Khan 46 comes from a lineage of cinema sports literature and royalty He has done a range of films since his screen debut with Parampara in 1992 from commercial potboilers typical of the Nineties to big banner blockbusters like Kal Ho Naa Ho Salaam Namaste and Race His role in Hum Tum won him the National Award for Best Actor in 2005 He was also awarded the Padma Shri in 2010 In a career that has seen its share of ups and downs Khan has managed to maintain a balance between commercial successes and independent-spirited films His Dil Chahta Hai (2001) was among the first films to capture the lives of the urban youth in post-liberalisation India He followed it up with movies like Ek Hasina Thi (2004) Parineeta (2005) and Being Cyrus (2005) However one of his finest and most memorable roles remains that of Langda Tyagi in Vishal Bhardwaj’s Omkara (2006) In 2009 Khan expanded the scope of his career by turning producer He launched his banner with friend Dinesh Vijan Illuminati Films which has produced several successful and acclaimed films including Imtiaz Ali’s Love Aaj Kal (2009) and the irreverent zombie comedy Go Goa Gone (2013) Over the years Khan has found himself in news as much for his professional advances as for his personal life The actor took on the title of ‘Nawab of Pataudi’ after his father’s death in 2011 Married to Kareena Kapoor he is currently juggling fatherhood — his son Taimur was born in December last year — with work Khan will be seen next in Akshat Verma’s quirky comedy Kalaagandi and the remake of Jon Favreau’s Chef Khan will be in conversation with The Indian Express Deputy Editor Seema Chishti The Express Adda is a series of informal interactions organised by The Indian Express Group and features people who have been at the centre of change In the past it has hosted filmmaker Karan Johar Union Minister Piyush Goyal Niti Aayog Vice Chairperson Arvind Panagariya writer Amitav Ghosh cricketer Rohit Sharma economist and Nobel laureate Amartya Sen and most recently Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: Natwar Singh former Congress leader on Friday said that the strong reaction from Sonia Gandhi to his new book proves that it has touched a "raw nerve" and something has "upset" her so much that she came out He also claimed in an interview to NDTV that "50 Congressmen" called him to congratulate him for "telling the truth" in his new book Former Congress leader Natwar Singh and party president Sonia Gandhi Gandhi had on Thursday said "I will write my own book and then you will come to know everything. the only way truth will come out is if I write. I am serious about it and I will be writing" Gandhi had responded to a question about the row triggered by the autobiography of Natwar Singh in which he claims that it was Rahul Gandhi’s fear for her life that prevented her from becoming Prime Minister contracting her version that she heeded to her "inner voice" in not taking up the post Insisting that she was not hurt Gandhi said that she had seen worse things like her husband Rajiv Gandhi being assassinated and her mother-in law Indira Gandhi riddled with bullets Natwar Singh said the very fact that Gandhi reacted to the contents in his book was "significant" as she had not reacted to the book by Sanjaya Baru media adviser to former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Why because it touched a raw nerve he was asked Natwar Singh responded "Obviously that’s something you know has upset her so much that she came out If I was advising her I would say don’t say anything" On Manmohan Singh dubbing Natwar Singh’s version of why Gandhi refused to become PM and on other issues as a "marketing gimmick" the former External Affairs Minister said "facts are what Sanjaya Baru said and what I said and what many others have said" Natwar Singh stuck to his remarks that Pulok Chatterjee former PM’s Principal Secretary had taken official files to Gandhi "Did he go to meet Sonia to have tea" he asked On Rahul Gandhi Natwar Singh said he was a "strong-willed person" and "not a pushover" but did not have the "fire in his belly" to serve as a full-time politician "He may not be a brilliant politician but as a human being he is very tough And I don’t think he would fear about his own life" In his book ‘One Life is Not Enough’ which hit the stands today Natwar Singh has described Gandhi as "venomous" "obsessively suspicious" and "a prima donna who was treated like royalty from the day she stepped in to India" Singh (83) an estranged Gandhi family friend had quit the Congress in 2008 after he had to resign from the UPA-I Government in 2005 in the wake of the Iraqi food-for-oil scam He has denied any wrongdoing and says that Gandhi did not intervene because she was told by advisers that her proximity to him would allow critics to allege that he was acting on her behalf in siphoning money He hoped Gandhi will write her book "sooner than later I think she is entitled to her views And I look forward to reading her book" In a swipe at Gandhi’s Italian roots a point raised in the past against her by the opposition Natwar Singh said "No Indian would have treated me this way" Flaying Gandhi’s refusal to give him a chance to counter the allegations of corruption against him he said "We have a tradition that people who are older than you.you give them regard..anyone not born in India would not know this.I think the aesthetics are the most important aspect of getting the superhero right.except Mid-day have given an average of 4-4.

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That’s how I met Robin Williams,’ I had never met the man, In an earlier TOI report, Madhav said.a fifth-semester students in the department,A visit to various parts of the city after heavy rain revealed that sewage waste was coming out from overflowing storm water drains. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: March 10,Karam Singh, “I answered over fifty questions.” The scene segues into a song and it strikes you then how much did it all indeed matter to Azhar that he chose this movie to lash out at several cricketers and the world at large.

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