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Netherlands (12), The juvenile told us that Irshad first pulled out a knife and tried to attack them and they stabbed him to defend themselves, a police officer said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPune | Published: January 8 2014 9:26 pm Arvind Kejriwal Related News With eyes set on the general polls Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Pune is now scouting for candidates for four Lok Sabha seats in the district While names of former bureaucrat Arun Bhatia and senior socialist leader Subhas Ware are doing the rounds as possible candidates for Pune Lok Sabha seat party insiders say farmers’ rights activist Ulka Mahajan is being considered for the Maval seat The recently held national executive of the party had decided to contest around 300 seats in the general elections Maharashtra has been identified by AAP as an important state where they wish to fight almost all seats Senior party leaders such as Anjali Damania and Vijay Pandhare have been touring the state to increase membership drives and form state-level committees In Pune the party has managed to form committees in 17 of the 21 Assembly constituencies and has more than 15000 members now Talks are now on to ask Mahajan to join the party Confirming the move state convenor Damania said district convenor Maruti Bhapkar and other leaders have requested Mahajan to join the party along with fellow activists “Mahajan has been involved in people’s movement for many years and has led the agitation against land acquisition in Maval area for SEZ and industrial purposes We have requested her to consider joining us” she said Sources in the party said Mahajan has for years lead the agitation in Karla Raigad Uran and other areas and has a good mass base Mahajan on her part appeared non-committal about her decision “Yes they have approached me for joining the party but I am yet to make a decision I have to consult my organisation and would take a call” she said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Chennai | Published: November 29 2015 4:15 pm Manjima Mohan considers Gautham Menon as an ideal teacher for any actor Related News Actress Manjima Mohan who is being launched in the Tamil and Telugu film industries by Gautham Vasudev Menon in his upcoming bilingual film “Accham Enbathu Madamaiyada” considers the filmmaker as an ideal teacher for any actor “I couldn’t have asked for a better launch Working with Gautham has been so much fun and equally worthwhile He gives his actors space and time to learn which makes him the best teacher” Manjima told IANS recalling how skeptical she was initially about being part of the film’s Telugu version too While she’s paired with Simbu in Tamil actor Akkineni Naga Chaitanya plays her love interest in the Telugu version which is titled “Sahasam Swasaga Sagipo” “I can understand Tamil since I studied in Chennai However Telugu was a totally alien language and I remember telling Gautham sir that I only wanted to do the Tamil version But he had so much faith in me and that eventually convinced me” said Manjima who made her acting debut in a solo lead in this year’s Malayalam hit “Oru Vadakkan Selfie” Facing the camera is not new to the 22-year-old who started her career as a child artist However she admits being nervous briefly on the sets of this project “I was really tense about shooting in Telugu because of the language barrier The film was simultaneously shot in both the languages; hence we had to shoot each scene twice which meant memorizing more lines” said Manjima who always preferred shooting her scenes in Telugu first Like most of Gautham’s films this project too is rooted in love Manjima however says there’s more to it Talking about her character of a simple girl she said: “She’s the kind of person youad meet when you step out of your house There’s something special about this character and that’s what will make you fall in love with it” Manjima heaps equal praise on both of her lead co-stars “Simbu is a natural When he’s told what’s expected from him he delivers it Everything is perfect with him in the first take I have lot of respect for him and I consider it an honour to be working with him” she said adding Chaitanya is a “professional” on all levels “Even though he comes from such a big family Chaitanya is always grounded and very friendly to get along” she said With nearly a month of shooting left Manjima is keenly looking forward to the release of the film and hasn’t signed any other project yet “I’ve been getting offers but I don’t want to be in a hurry I want to know how the audiences receive me and then decide on what kind of script to choose next” she said Also starring Baba Sehgal and Daniel Balaji the film has music by AR Rahman For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Maulshree Seth | Lucknow | Published: January 8 2016 4:46 am Related News LEADER OF Opposition in the state assembly Swami Prasad Maurya has written to Governor Ram Naik clarifying his stand during the process adopted for selection of Lokayukta last month in which the Supreme Court had to intervene and use its special powers to appoint Justice (retd) Virendra Singh as the state’s anti-corruption ombudsman The Governor confirming that the senior BSP leader presented before him a letter during their meeting Wednesday evening said he has now sought separate response from Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and the Chief Justice of Allahabad High Court D Y Chandrachud — the two other members of the three-member panel that discussed five names from which the Supreme Court eventually picked the Lokayukta Contents of Maurya’s letter however could not be ascertained as both the BSP leader and the Governor refused to discuss the details While Maurya termed his visit to the Governor House as “a courtesy meeting” and denied writing the letter Naik said he has written letters to the CM and the CJ in which he has referred to the “detailed facts given to me by Maurya about the exact happenings during the two-day selection committee meeting before court decided to exercise its special powers” “I would not say much before I get their response” Earlier the Chief Justice had shot off a letter to the Governor expressing his “disapproval” in the way the state government forwarded Singh’s name despite him pointing out his reservation and despite the government agreeing to not forward Singh’s name to the apex court for consideration The CJ in his letter dated December 16 2015 wrote to Naik “During the course of the meeting Chief Minister suggested the name of Shri Justice Virendra Singh who retired on January 3 2011 and is presently the President of the State Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission I had indicated my strong reservations to the name…on grounds of integrity and expressed my inability to agree to the name” The CJ had in his letter also pointed out that he was made aware of the “matrimonial alliance between the families of Virendra Singh and senior cabinet minister Shivpal Singh Yadav” This was however he had said “subject to further verification” On December 27 Shivpal Yadav in a statement rejected claims there was any such family relation with Virendra Singh The CJ’s letter had prompted a petition by one Sachidanand Gupta which had led to the court putting a stay on Virendra Singh’s appointment on December 19 a day before Singh was to take his oath The petitioner had cited objections raised by the Chief Justice For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWorld number one Novak Djokovic Andy Murray and defending champion Rafael Nadal stayed on course for a French Open quarter-final Thursday as teenager Thanasi Kokkinakis provided a glimpse into the sport’s future Serena Williams and Petra Kvitova survived big scares at the French Open on Thursday both needing to come back from a set down to reach the third round Top seed Djokovic survived a worrying injury scare to reach the third round with a 6-1 6-4 6-4 win over Gilles Muller of Luxemburg Nadal chasing a 10th Paris title enjoyed a 6-4 6-3 6-1 breeze past Spanish compatriot Nicolas Almagro Novak Djokovic of Serbia plays a forehand during his Men’s Singles match against Jarkko Nieminen Getty Djokovic’s win over 33-year-old Muller was his 24th consecutive victory this year as he took another step towards a first ever Roland Garros title and a career Grand Slam However he needed a medical timeout leading 5-4 in the second set for treatment on what appeared to be a right groin strain It didn’t affect him too much as he quickly wrapped up the second set with a service game to love He eventually wrapped up the tie on Court Suzanne Lenglen after just an hour and 45 minutes hitting an impressive 35 winners The 28-year-old goes on to face 19-year-old Kokkinakis who saved three match points to beat fellow Australian Bernard Tomic 3-6 3-6 6-3 6-4 8-6 to make the third round of a major for the first time Sixth seed Nadal will face Andrey Kuznetsov for a place in the last 16 after the Russian defeated Austria’s Jurgen Melzer 6-1 5-7 7-6 (7/0) 7-5 "I am very happy I played a great match and was very solid" said nine-time champion Nadal who has now defeated Almagro 13 times out of 14 "There were long games the match was not as easy as the score may suggest" The 28-year-old Nadal now has 68 wins at the tournament and just one loss Out on Court Seven Kokkinakis making his Roland Garros debut on a wildcard came back from 2-5 down in the decider and saved three match points to defeat 27th seed Tomic Kokkinakis fired 19 aces and 71 winners to line up a third round clash with Djokovic The young Australian is the first teenager to reach the third round in Paris since 2008 "Novak barely misses a ball he’s mentally tough lightning quick on court The list goes on" said Kokkinakis "He just does everything so well and so professional I guess that’s why he’s had such great success" Britain’s third seed Andy Murray twice a semi-finalist in Paris faces Portugal’s Joao Sousa defending a 5-0 career record US Open champion Marin Cilic reached the third round for the fourth successive year The ninth-seeded Croatian fired 38 winners in a 7-6 (7/3) 6-1 6-1 win over Italian qualifier Andrea Arnaboldi Cilic will face Argentine 23rd seed Leonardo Mayer who beat Jerzy Janowicz of Poland 6-4 6-4 6-7 (1/7) 6-1 for a place in the last 16 This year’s second round featured a record 19 men over the age of 30 But 33-year-old German Benjamin Becker won’t be going any further after he was forced to withdraw from Friday’s scheduled third round clash with Japan’s fifth seed Kei Nishikori because of a right shoulder injury Nishikori will face either Lukas Rosol of the Czech Republic or Teymuraz Gabashvili of Russia for a place in the quarter-finals "Very sorry to hear about Benjamin being injured I hope he recovers fast" tweeted Nishikori who also made the fourth round in 2013 Becker needed two gruelling five-setters to get to the third round seeing off Ruben Bemelmans of Belgium and Spanish 32nd seed Fernando Verdasco On Wednesday Britain’s Kyle Edmund also withdrew from his second round clash against Australian 29th seed Nick Kyrgios Qualifier Edmund was suffering a stomach injury picked up in his five-set first round win over France’s Stephane Robert Kyrgios goes on to face either Murray or Sousa in the third round Andy Murray reached the third round at the French Open on Thursday with a 6-2 4-6 6-4 6-1 win over Joao Sousa of Portugal The third seed and two-time Grand Slam winner was in total control in the first set but let his concentration wander in the second as Sousa chose to attack But after saving a break point early in the third set he regained his composure and his powerful groundstrokes were too much for Sousa to handle after that It was Murray’s 12th straight win on clay this season after back-to-back tournament triumphs in Munich and Madrid In the third round he will take on rising Australian Nick Kyrgios who went through on a walkover when the other Briton in the main draw Kyle Edmund pulled out with a stomach-muscle strain Serena Williams and Petra Kvitova survived big scares at the French Open on Thursday both needing to come back from a set down to reach the third round Williams 19 times a Grand Slam winner survived an almighty fright before finally seeing off the challenge of world number 105 Anna-Lena Friedsam of Germany The 33-year-old top-seeded American dropped the first set and faced break points against her unheralded 21-year-old opponent in the second but she rallied just in time to go through 5-7 6-3 6-3 It had not been her best tennis she agreed "A win is a win and as long as you live to survive the next day you can always improve I know my level is literally a hundred times better than I played today so I think I take more solace in the fact I can play better as opposed to the fact that that’s the best I could play Then I would be in trouble" Williams said She will next face two-time Australian Open champion Victoria Azarenka of Belarus who eased past Lucie Hradecka of the Czech Republic 6-2 6-3 Azarenka who has given Williams trouble in the past is back in business after losing much of last year to a bout of depression and injuries "I know what she’s gonna do It’s a matter for me to really focus on my game and really try to be in control because that’s what she loves to do She likes to take control She likes to be aggressive" Azarenka said of her upcoming clash with the top seed Azarenka had three match points against Williams in Madrid earlier this month but lost in three sets In a day marked by cold blustery conditions fourth seed Kvitova made it through to the last 32 with a 6-7 (4/7) 6-4 6-2 win over Spain’s Silvia Soler-Espinosa But it was another nervy showing from the Wimbledon champion who was taken to the limit in her opening match against New Zealander Marina Erakovic The Czech Fed Cup winner a semi-finalist at Roland Garros in 2012 dropped serve twice in the opening set before the more consistent Soler-Espinosa took the tie-break 7/4 Kvitova was hanging on early in the second set but finally started to find her range with her groundstrokes and broke to take a 4-3 lead That was short-lived however as Soler-Espinosa battled back onto level terms in the next game but Kvitova took the next two to level the set scores The fourth seed took command early on in the deciding set and back-to-back breaks saw her safely past the post and into the third round "It was a tough match again Second round of a Grand Slam is always difficult" she said Kvitova will go up against Irina-Camelia Begu for a place in the last 16 the Romanian 30th seed defeating Ana Konjuh of Croatia At one stage on the tournament’s fifth day it looked like five out of the top 10 seeds could have departed the stage by the end of the day third seed Simona Halep and sixth seed Eugenie Bouchard already having lost But as it turned out only fifth seed Caroline Wozniacki was packing her bags for home after the Dane lost 6-4 7-6 (7/4) to an impressive Julia Goerges of Germany Like Kvitova German 10th seed Andrea Petkovic had stared defeat in the face only to bounce back from for a 4-6 6-4 6-4 win over Lourdes Domínguez Lino of Spain Meanwhile Sara Errani who lost to Maria Sharapova in the 2012 final also had to claw her way back from being down to defeat German youngster Carina Witthoeft 6-3 4-6 6-2 There were slow-burning fireworks out on Court One where Svetlana Kuznetsova outlasted Francesca Schiavone in what turned out to be the third longest women’s singles match to have been played in the history of the French Open It took them 3 hours 50 minutes before Schiavone staggered past the winning post and into the third round 6-7 (11/13) 7-5 10-8 but even that was no match going up against the epic they played at the 2011 Australian Open Schiavone also won on that occasion 16-14 in the deciding set after 4 hrs 44mins — the longest match to date in women’s Grand Slam history Another seed to fall was No12 Karolina Pliskova of the Czech Republic who lost to Andreea Mitu of Romania but American Sloane Stephens showed again she is returning to something like her best form by ousting Britain’s only representative in the main draw Heather Watson 6-2 6-4 in just 70 minutes AFP Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: March 31 2012 3:09 am Related News The councillors on Friday expressed their opposition to paid parking lots in the citysuggesting that instead the paid parking lots should be given to private players and revenue generated through advertisements It was suggested that the proposal for the same be sent to the UT administration for approval The issue came up for discussion at a meeting of the General House for converting underground parking lots into paid parking lots As per a proposalsix underground parking lots in Sector 17 and 8 be converted into paid parking lots While one parking lot in Sector 8 was handed over to the Traders Association for free parking of their vehiclesthe others were in a state of neglect Councillor Pardeep Chhabra said the underground parking lots would not be converted into paid parking He added that there were no details in the agenda Attempts had been made previously to auction these underground parking lotsbut these proved unsuccessful BJP councillors Arun Sood and Saurabh Joshi stated that their party was against paid parking throughout the city Sood said that the experiment with paid parking had flopped in the city The paid parking lots should be given to private hands Instead of charging from the residentsthe civic body can earn revenue through advertisements?fancybear. 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