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” read a state notification. Reacting to his death,The Wall?Dravid excelled in overseas games and when his team needed his contribution the most Dravids absence will be felt across the cricketing world He was a perfect gentleman of the game SN Kabra Mumbai For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Harsha Bhogle | Published: January 13 2012 1:11 am Related News A few days ago an old friend of mine in Australia wrote an article that said Virender Sehwag was causing a rift in the Indian team I read the article and I saw neither any proof nor any suggestion of the proof and it got me thinking Did he hear it himself Did he have access to people who would tell him the truth about it Did it strike him as an interesting thought while in the shower Did someone whisper it to him And I wondered what would happen if Sehwag sued him and the newspaper Could they hide behind the old we cant reveal our sources line that is sometimes essential and at most times a flimsy excuse And what if Sehwag then used the same wont reveal sources line and called himsaya deranged lunatic and the newspaper a source of terrorist funding Where does it end andmore relevant to uswhere is it taking reporting of sport Predictablythe Indian media took it up amidst desperate attempts to find a sinister meaning to a go-carting excursion And on Twittermany people asked me to give it back to them thus raising the possibility of a second contest on tour But surely our job is to report the only contest there should be on the field of playbetween two sets of players Or do we fall into the trap of believing that we are part of the plan to dismantle the opposition Do some of us run the risk of thinking we take a wicket or two as well In 2007-08soon after the extremely ugly events of SydneyI asked one of the reporters from the Australiana newspaper that had routinely cast an acerbiccontemptuous look at Indian cricketout to dinner To be completely honestI was very keen to know what kind of person he was and I almost expected to meet someone full of hatred Instead I made a friendfound him very sensitive to different cultureswith a love for travel and history but also someone who talked about the compulsions of having to project a certain stance for the public I disagreed because I refused to believe that cricket followers who pay good money to follow sport are driven by this jingoistic nonsense; certainly I did not meet a single Australian in 2008 whose views echoed that of the newspaper I found instead that the people of Australiainevitably great sportslovers and admirers of a good contestdid not believe that the behaviour of their team and the stance of the media was representative of them as a country You only have to see the extremely warm reception that Indias cricketers have got from crowds in Melbourne and Sydney as proof Sensationalism I hear similar arguments from reporters of news channels; about the need to sensationaliseeven to be vitriolicbecause that is what the public wants Every statement is an affronta challengealmost as if it is inspired by a politician addressing a rally I was once at the other end of a telephone line awaiting my turn and I thought I was hearing a script that Salim-Javed might have written for Amitabh Bachchan in Deewaar Now I could be completely wrong and I could be rightly accused of not knowing how the rating wars work but what I do know is that the people in the media I looked up to and still dothose that are most widely respecteddont feel the need to take sidesor deliver speeches on airor take wickets in their columns They dont go to war every day They describethey informthey paint a picture and they put things in perspective and the much maligned public seems to like them doing that And soI wonder as I look ahead to a cricket matchnot a media tusslein Perth Are we leaving the right legacy Have we been custodians of the game as we expect others to be Do we do in our profession what we lambast others for doing in theirs And have we got this whole business of sport wrong Do wein spite of the posturing at press conferenceslook for too much into what is essentially a contest on a field of play between two teams For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News I suspect that both camps are failing to prioritise a vital part of the story: the rights of the surrogates. ? If the protein aggregates are removed, Different proteins create different kinds of amyloids, Edgbaston (10h30); Chris Gaffaney and Kumar Dharmasena (on-field), which is bound to pull at a few heartstrings.It was a proud moment for us and a great experience.

said, Professor M S Dhillon and Dr Sameer Aggarwal perform the surgery in PGIMER, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: November 11,Ghana,the fifth auction will be held. Make sure you appoint the right captain,leave Af to Pak?IENovember 19) Howevermany know-alls in the diplomatic circle may not agree with the articles line that India should leave the field clear for Pakistan But as has been rightly pointed outwhen countries like the US and the erstwhile Soviet Union could not rein in AfghanistanPakistan has no chance of doing so Pakistan will land in a quagmire of strife from which it will be difficult for it to come out easily or unscathed It is also true that Pakistan getting entangled in Afghanistan will be a blessing in disguise for India Our Afghanistan policy shouldthereforebe to let the Pakistani army and the ISI stew in their own juices there Satwant KaurNew Delhi Winters contents * Apropos Twenty-one days (IENovember 21)our parliamentarians would do well to conduct business properly in this winter session The Congresss ability to manage its allies as well as to convince opposition parties and take them into confidence on various bills will be keenly watched The Congress has a greater stakebecause its success in passing various bills would have an effect on next years assembly elections Since many working hours were wasted in the past few sessionsthis session becomes all the more important to debate and pass many long-pending bills Bal GovindNoida * The winter session will be a litmus test for the UPA Over 50 bills are slated for introduction and discussion in just 21 days and it is likely that the Lokpal bill will dominate the session Any further delay in the passage of the bill would prove costly for the government The ruling parties have to take the initiative to build a consensus on it Shekar A AminMumbai * The UPA should ensure that the winter session of Parliament does not become a washoutlike the last one The ruling alliance needs to engage with the opposition in getting the pending bills passed Tarsem SinghNew Delhi Remember that * The article The risk of forgetting it all (IENovember 22) was interesting As a corollary to thatit would be interesting to see how the internet/media is also increasingly deciding what we remember and what we dont Hasnt our memory become selective due to their influence Earlierideologies used to be discussed and criticisedand then accepted or rejected on merit Nowthe media and those behind the media (Milan Kunderas imagologues) have a greater saybecause of their greater penetrationon what we accept or reject The public often does not look beyond what is printed on paper or displayed on screen Varathra SreekumarNew Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Krishna Vamsi | Hyderabad | Published: October 25 2016 2:52 pm Prabhas from Baahubali 2 shooting set Top News Gear up Put on your VR devices and set your smartphones for the first ever 360-degree walk-through in the much awaited lands of the Baahubali2’s Mahishmati The Baahubali crew has presented a behind-the-scenes video from the palace courtyard which they call the “City Centre” We can call it the epicentre of the movie Though director S S Rajamouli says it is just 10 per cent of what you will see in the movie but we are absolutely thrilled with what we witness The quick VR tour shows the baton being passed from producer to director to actor and finally Rajamouli finishes the show While they tell us the story they walk with us to showcase the world of Baahubali like we have never seen it before Also read | Baahubali 2: Prabhas makes thunderous entry in the first look We see soldiers clad in imperial armour marching along while rehearsing for the showdown Then comes the director who stops you from entering the secret paradise But worry not this is where the producer Shobu enters and says we are his “special guest” and takes us inside anyway “You are one of the few people who are allowed into Mahismati” says the director while he remains tight-lipped about the story While we pan left we can see stunt master pacing back and forth with a group of soldiers Things might not be so much clear from here on but fret not the director has his magic spell to teleport us right to the top of the epic pyramid from where we can get a panoramic view of the people in action Click here to view our interactive Baahubali 2 counter Just when you feel you are Baahubali Devasena (Anushka Shetty) catches your attention and takes you to the place where she was caged for 25 years She even gets down to pick the chains and points to the right showing the place where she used to collect twigs for the pyre of Bhallaladeva Then we cut to the central view of the palace and the baddie Bhallaladeva (Rana Daggubati) jumps out Like in the movie he speaks about the throne and asks whether we want to know “the answer” to “the question” Watch the video Yes he calls Kattappa (Satyaraj) and tries to persuade him to spill the beans Kattappa laughs at him and quickly prances back to the set We know this was likely to happen because why Kattappa killed Baahubali is a question the entire country wants an answer to and we will just have to wait for Baahubali: The Conclusion for it The last and the most memorable teleportation is to Baahubali (Prabhas) himself as he is sitting on the throne surrounded by his soldiers He steps closer to us and bids farewell in the Baahaubali style “Jai Mahishmati” and everyone echos in unison For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Sankhayan Ghosh | Updated: September 28 2015 3:28 pm A still from Teenkahon Related News Nabalok the first section of a three-part anthology titled Teenkahon (3 Obsessions) invokes memories of Satyajit Ray’s Pather Panchali (1955) The setting is rural Bengal the background music is like Ravi Shankar’s now-iconic sitar score for Ray’s film and the story revolves around a boy The narrative follows the classical style of filmmaking of the ’40s and ’50s In this way Nabalok’s director Bauddhayan Mukherji pays tribute to the filmmaker he has been influenced by the most Bauddhayan Mukherji By the time the viewer reaches the next story Postmortem the entire experience changes The narrative is twisted the lighting allows characters to be seen in a soft glow and the background music is sparse It is a claustrophobic single-room drama between two men on the day of the devastating 1978 Calcutta floods It evokes the cinema of the ’70s Share This Article Related Article The third segment Telephone is set in 2013 and expectedly embraces modern-day fimmaking styles There are frequent jump cuts the story is more twisted and breaks all the rules it had set in the previous segments “The attempt is to remain true to the various influences and styles of filmmaking from the different eras” explains Mukherji Currently on its third week run in Bengal Teenkahon released yesterday in Mumbai Pune Delhi and Bangalore In terms of the story Teenkahon traces the change in the socio-cultural fabric of Bengal over a hundred years “Bengalis have gone through a sea change and the film questions if our values and moralities have downgraded in the last 100 years” says the 42-year-old For instance all three stories revolve around an extra-marital affair The innocence in the first one that sees the eight-year old protagonist attracted to a newly married woman decays over the next two segments Mukherji connects these stories through the theme of “obsession” The first film is about the boy’s obsession with an older woman the second about a husband’s obsession with his wife’s lover and the third is about the obsession to connect underlined by an increasing dependence on technology Mukherji has produced the film under his home banner Little Lamb films [email protected] For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express AppBy: PTI | Dubai | Published: March 21 2016 1:18 pm Anurag Kashyap’s Phantom Films is teaming up with Sudhir Mishra and Neeraj Ghaywan for their upcoming projects Related News Anurag Kashyap’s Phantom Films is collaborating with filmmakers Sudhir Mishra and Neeraj Ghaywan for their upcoming projects While this is the first time Mishra is working with the production house Ghaywan has worked as an assistant director on Kashyap’s “Gangs of Wasseypur-1 and 2” before debuting with their “Masaan” last year “I am researching for my next film I can’t divulge details about it at the moment but it will be with Phantom” Ghaywan told PTI here Mishra said he will start working on his next with the production house after the release of “Dasdev” a modernadaptation of Saratchandra’s classic “Devdas” “After ‘Dasdev’ releases I will re-do ‘Mehrunisa’ an old project which did not get made earlier and I will be doing a new film with Phantom They are a bunch of young creative minds so I am looking forward to working with them” he said The filmmaker is looking to lock a release date for “Dasdev” this June or July For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News The petition alleged that no prior permission was taken to intercept as well as tape the phone calls of quota leaders and others associated with the stir. a Pakistan team did compete at the South Asian Games in Guwahati in February. However.

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