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or something else,claimed activist Vivek Velankar of Sajag Grahak Manch. For all the latest Chandigarh News, Bhambri, Shoaib Akhtar (@shoaib100mph) 7 November 2016 Both Mom & little angel are fine. I don’t have a cap. There’s been a lot of ups and downs but hopefully… we’re back to the level we want to be at. As a result,K. 61.

Twitter, declared it plans to contest on “about 8-10 Lok Sabha seats” from Bengal,” he said. Another, currently the trendiest,He has been booked under Sections 279 (rash driving) and 338 (causing hurt by endangering life) of the Indian Penal Code, the officer said In his complaintShinde has alleged that Shaikh acted callously when asked to show his licence Shaikh was produced in a magistrate court on Monday and was released on bail on surety of Rs 5000 For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Sao Paulo | Published: November 12 2016 12:03 am Felipe Massa twice gave the fans a home winner and stood five times on the Interlagos podium (Source: Reuters) Top News Felipe Massa will make his home farewell to Formula One on Sunday with pride passion and more than a little concern about Brazil’s future in a sport he fell in love with as a kid in the Interlagos crowd The excited teenager who first stepped into the Sao Paulo paddock in 1998 when he helped bring in catering supplies bows out as a man who ultimately delivered as much as any of his compatriots on home soil No Brazilian has won anywhere in F1 since now-retired Rubens Barrichello did so with Brawn in Italy in 2009 and it could be a long wait for another with the country in crisis and few obvious candidates coming through Next year’s race has an asterisk against it on the provisional calendar while Felipe Nasr the only Brazilian likely to be racing then is yet to be confirmed at struggling Sauber “I see a very difficult moment for Brazil a very difficult moment for our drivers” said Massa who is more inclined to steer his young son Felipinho towards soccer “It will be nice if Felipe (Nasr) can stay Unfortunately even if he stays he will not stay in a good team” he told Reuters in an interview “Other drivers I cannot see a name for the moment And I really hope we can see a name because Brazil was always very strong in motor racing in Formula One We never stayed without a Brazilian driver since (double world champion) Emerson (Fittipaldi) started (in 1970)” The championship escaped Massa by a single point in 2008 with Ferrari but he twice gave the fans a home winner and stood five times on the Interlagos podium DREAM SCENARIO A top three finish in Sunday’s penultimate race of the season would be a dream scenario if unlikely in a Williams that has fallen off the pace and he would depart with head held high “I’m really happy Emotional happy I’m having a very special week — I’m sure the weekend will be even more special when the fans will be on the racetrack in the Brazilian way” said Massa “I always remember where I am coming from being a fan in the grandstand and supporting Ayrton Senna Nelson Piquet and then suddenly dreaming to be here “For a Brazilian to win here is like winning the championship” added the 35-year-old who will bow out for good in Abu Dhabi on Nov 27 after his 250th grand prix “I think it will be like maybe a relief For sure I feel OK It’s finished you know but I’m ready for that” he said of the final race “I’m ready for that feeling I’m ready for my next step in life” Massa also won at Interlagos in 2006 and would have completed a hat-trick had he not given up victory in 2007 to allow Ferrari team mate Kimi Raikkonen to snatch the championship from Lewis Hamilton by a point The Briton inflicted similar agony on the Brazilian the following year when he won the title after an overtaking move on the last corner of the last lap for fifth place Despite that body blow which he accepted with impressive sportsmanship Massa’s home record makes him more successful in Brazil than multiple world champions Senna Piquet and Fittipaldi Looking ahead he intends to keep racing and will remain based in Europe with a home in Monaco “I am speaking to three championships like WEC (world endurance championship) DTM (German touring cars) and (the electric series) Formula E” he said “I will take my time to decide” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: March 31 2016 6:48 pm Ranveer Singh is all for his “Gunday” co-actor and good friend Arjun Kapoor saying that the latter is “evolving” as an actor with every film Related News Actor Ranveer Singh is all for his “Gunday” co-actor and good friend Arjun Kapoor saying that the latter is “evolving” as an actor with every film “I am very proud of Arjun… He is evolving as an actor The most important thing is to grow with each performance and Arjun is doing that with his every single film” Ranveer said at a screening of “Ki & Ka” which stars Arjun and Kareena Kapoor Khan in the lead roles Ranveer also said that the two often meet for discussion and exchange their views after the release of their respective films See Pics:Ranveer Singh Arjun Kapoor’s Bromance At Ki And Kascreening “Whenever our film is released after some days we sit down to have a chat over it And that continues for a long time” Ranveer said Reiterating the “Bajirao Mastani” actor’s views Arjun said: “Being an actor one should discuss his/her work with friends as we know how much effort we put in a film so it’s always better to sit and talk about the process and how you should try to give better performance in your next” “And not just about the performance we talk about other aspects of the films also” Ranveer added Arjun also noted that people easily point out flaws in an actor’s work because they aren’t “aware of the efforts” On the work front Arjun is busy prepping for his next project “Half Girlfriend” Directed by Mohit Suri the film is based on Chetan Bhagat’s novel of the same title Besides Arjun the film also stars Shradhha Kapoor Whereas Ranveer is gearing up for his next big venture Aditya Chopra’s directorial “Befikre” which also stars Vaani Kapoor For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLondon: Paul Beatty has became the first US author to win the Man Booker Prize for his novel The Sellout which the novelist said should not be read as a "mono-directional" take on race The jury behind the world’s most prestigious English-language literary award said the novel was a "shocking and unexpectedly funny" portrayal of Beatty’s native Los Angeles using satire to explore racial equality in a fictional neighbourhood Beatty said readers should think of the novel as a work of fiction rather than solely focusing on race Paul Beatty winner of the 2016 Man Booker Prize AP "I tend to bristle when people say it’s black it’s angry it’s about race" he told journalists after picking up the award at a glitzy black-tie ceremony in London’s historic Guildhall building on Tuesday "Hopefully it’s not so mono-directional "These labels are more malleable than we like to think about them" the 54-year-old writer said Beatty appeared overwhelmed when he took to the stage to receive the award from Prince Charles’s wife Camilla "I can’t tell you guys how long a journey this has been for me" he said The jury said that through his "equally affectionate and bitterly ironic portrait of the city and its inhabitants Paul Beatty dodges inherited views of race relations solutions or assumptions" The author "presents through his beguilingly honest and well-intentioned hero an innocent’s view of his corrupt world" the jurors added bringing "the unendurable status quo of present day US race relations to an absurdist conclusion" ‘Institutional racism’ The winner of the Man Booker receives 52500 ($64100 59000 euros) although the real prize is seen as the huge sales prompted the moment judges announce their decision The Man Booker was launched in 1969 and has awarded writers including Ian McEwan Iris Murdoch and Salman Rushdie It was only opened to non-Commonwealth authors from 2013 — a decision that was highly controversial in Britain No US author had won it until now despite concerns that writers from the United States would dominate the prize Jury chair Amanda Foreman said nationality had nothing to do with the choice "It did not weigh on the jury that Paul was American" said Foreman who herself is American and based in New York "It shows that there is a global reach to this prize" she added The Selloutis Beatty’s fourth novel and earlier this year won the National Book Critics Circle Award in the US It is narrated by Bonbon an African-American resident of the run-down town of Dickens in Los Angeles county which has been removed from the map to save California from embarrassment Bonbon is on trial for attempting to reinstitute slavery and segregation in the local high school as a means of bringing about civic order The judges said that "the framework of institutional racism and the unjust shooting of Bonbon’s father at the hands of police are particularly topical" ‘Difficult subjects’ Five other authors were nominated for the prize in a shortlist celebrated for taking risks and tackling tough subjects Foreman said the judges were "excited by the willingness of so many authors to take risks with language and form" "The final six reflect the centrality of the novel in modern culture — in its ability to champion the unconventional to explore the unfamiliar and to tackle difficult subjects" The favourite had been Canadian Madeleine Thien with her third novel Do Not Say We Have Nothing a weighty 480-page book that portrays a young woman recounting her family’s past in revolutionary China British author Graeme Macrae Burnet’s His Bloody Projecthad also been tipped by bookmakers His second novel is set in 19th-century rural Scotland and tells the story of a young and poor tenant farmer who murders the village administrator and his family The book’s Glasgow-based publisher is run by just two people and is struggling to meet demand Other novels shortlisted include Hot Milkby South African-born British author Deborah Levy who depicts a torturous relationship between mother and daughter in a Spanish village Canadian-British author David Szalay’s All That Man Istraverses different countries to follow the lives of nine men in a tale about contemporary Europe Judges called it "a post-Brexit novel for our time" The final shortlisted book Eileen the debut novel by American Ottessa Moshfegh follows a disturbed young woman who cares for her alcoholic father and works in a youth prison The fisheries department had been asked for help to find solutions to the problem. for sure, 1986, the Union Health Ministry had asked PGIMER to issue a warning to Gupta in the case.

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