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separate teams of armymen had entered several houses in the villages,6 percent during the Samvat 2073, I am also trying to realise my worth and value with every passing day. You have to ask them. The Colaba police,” said Craig, Here’s a quick look at the groups: ANALYSIS Take a closer look at all 8?” Too much speculation & [email protected]_k & @itsSSR are in my next film Neither of them are women last I checked Still casting the female lead — homiadajania (@homiadajania) March 17 2016 Sushant replied to the post saying: “And what a script and vision You have brother Homi Adajania and working with my favourites Irrfan and you Can’t get any better” And what a script& vision U have brother @homiadajania & working with my favs @irrfan_k & U Can’t get any better? http://s.tco/VRR9st7biF — Sushant S Rajput (@itsSSR) March 17 2016 The actor will soon be seen on the big screen in “MS Dhoni – The Untold Story” a biopic on Indian cricket team captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Chennai | Published: January 18 2016 2:52 pm “While four of my films ‘Idam Porul Yaeval’ ‘Kutrame Thandanai’ ‘Hello Naan Pei Pesuren’ ‘Aarathu Sinam’ and ‘Deepavali Thuppakki’ are getting ready for release the rest are at different stages of production It’s going to be a busy year for me” Aishwarya Rajesh said Related News Actress Aishwarya Rajesh most popular for her work in last year’s National Award winning and critically acclaimed film “Kaaka Muttai” is looking forward to a busy year as she has nine Tamil films which are at different stages of production “While four of my films ‘Idam Porul Yaeval’ ‘Kutrame Thandanai’ ‘Hello Naan Pei Pesuren’ ‘Aarathu Sinam’ and ‘Deepavali Thuppakki’ are getting ready for release the rest are at different stages of production It’s going to be a busy year for me” Aishwarya told IANS Having recently completed shooting for horror film “Mo” she will soon join the sets of filmmaker Seenu Ramaswamy’s “Dharmadurai” with Vijay Sethupathi “This is the second time I’ll be working with Vijay and director Seenu sir I play one of the leads It’s a role sans make-up and I’m really excited about this project I play a girl from Theni and I can’t wait to join the sets” she said Aishwarya is also excited about “Hello Naan Pei Pesuren” She has clarified that she doesn’t play the ghost but has a very interesting character “It’s the script that appealed to me the most It’s a role similar to what Simran did in ‘Pithamagan’” she said A trained dancer Aishwarya says she will showcase her dancing prowess in a special ‘kuthu’ song in the film “It’s an exciting song featuring different styles of kuthu (dance) All those who’ve watched the rushes of the song couldn’t believe that I could pull off anything like that” she said Up next are “Aarathu Sinam” and “Manithan” “In ‘Aarathu Sinam’ I play a wife and mother It’s a very homely character; quite contrary to what I’ve done so far In ‘Manithan’ I essay a very important role” said Aishwarya who will soon start working on a yet-untitled Tamil project that will be entirely shot in Singapore The film features veteran actor Nasser’s son Luthfudeen Baasha in the lead For Aishwarya life after the highly successful “Kaaka Muttai” has been very rewarding “Since I played a mother of two slum kids in the film I feared I might end up getting only such roles But I’m glad I’m getting to do a variety of characters” she signed off For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai: Congratulating the Indian hockey team for its fine display in recent times former captain Dhanraj Pillay said on Tuesday that they should not end up regretting like he does even now after missing the chance of clinching a medal at the Olympics after four attempts "I congratulate the Indian team They created history as it was the first time that we played in the final of the Champions Trophy against Australia (in London)" Dhanraj told reporters when asked about the team’s performance and its chances at the upcoming Rio Olympic Games "Winning and losing are part of the game but they have given a very tough fight (to Australia) When I was playing I don’t think we played as consistently as they did for 70 minutes (against Australia) although we had beaten them in their own country" said the four-time Olympian File photo of Dhanraj Pillay Reuters India lost 1-3 to Australia via the penalty shoot out in the summit contest after tying goalless in regular time to end up with their first silver medal in the annually-held tournament that began 36 years ago Asked where he felt the team needs to improve to climb the podium at the August 5-21 Olympics Dhanraj said the players need to be extra sharp in front of goalmouth "It’s in field goal scoring You need to be very sharp at the goalmouth Whatever opportunity you get you need to convert it 100 percent Don’t take a chance and don’t regret later as how Dhanraj Pillay is regretting After playing in four Olympics I still regret I could not win even one medal for my nation" The four-time World Cupper who also who represented the country in four Asian Games complimented the team for the fitness level it has shown and also gave credit to the team’s Dutch coach Roelant Oltmans "With their performance over the last six months at the Sultan Azlan Shah tournament (in Malaysia where they reached the final and then lost to Australia) and in the Champions Trophy they have shown they are on the right track for Rio" said the 47-year-old one-time mercurial forward "They did not have some senior players like (goalkeeper) Srejesh in Azlan too and some seniors were not here (in Champions Trophy) Sardar (Singh) and Rupinder Pal Singh I think the coach is going in the right direction and experimenting to see where we are lacking Sardar’s return will now strengthen the team" said Dhanraj Dhanraj was very impressed with the fitness level of the team and its ability to not only keep pace with the speedy set of Australians but even outshine them "110 per cent I can say our fitness level has improved Frankly Indians could never keep pace with Australia But in this tournament I could see Australia were nowhere compared with India in terms of fitness or ball possession "We had 79 per cent possession in the last quarter We also dominated all the quarters and overall I also could not give the sort of performance these boys have given in recent times" Dhanraj advised the players to be very careful in their intake of medicines as the wrong ones could land them in trouble in Rio "Only one month is left and my request to the players is don’t fool around with your body don’t take any unnecessary risk because if you take 2-3 days’ rest it will take four days for you to recover concentrate on fitness eat the right food at the right time and don’t take any medicine which is going to harm you in the Olympics" He said anyone from the team could be asked to give urine samples for dope testing "Nobody knows who will be called for dope test in the Olympics I have given samples in all the Olympics World Cups Asian Games They had called me for dope test So my advise to the players is be careful" He also felt the Indian team should take it one game at a time and target the weaker teams in the group "It’s (introduction of quarter finals stage instead of direct semis after group stage) is going to benefit all teams and especially India We can concentrate on 2-3 teams which are weaker than us We should concentrate on those 2-3 teams as Germany and Australia are also there (in India’s pool) "We should make a strategy in such a way that we should not lose also and also keep points Oltmans is good in making strategy and my advice is take it one match at a time" Melbourne: Unstoppable Serena Williams zeroed in on a record-breaking 23rd Grand Slam title Thursday by setting up an Australian Open final against her older sister Venus as the siblings’ dream came true The ruthless world number two proved one step too far for unseeded Croat Mirjana Lucic-Baroni whose fairytale tournament was finally ended in a crushing 6-2 6-1 defeat in just 50 minutes In swatting aside the 34-year-old in their first meeting since 1998 Serena 35 stayed on track for a seventh Australian title which would take her past Steffi Graf’s Open-era record of 22 major wins Serena Williams celebrates winning her semi-final match against Mirjana Lucic-Baroni Reuters She has refused to talk about the possibility of finally surpassing the German but now has a golden chance of further cementing her place in history Winning the title would also mean the world number one ranking would be hers again after Angelique Kerber snatched deposed her late last year Only Venus stands in the way after the elder Williams rolled back the years to beat fellow American Coco Vandeweghe 6-7 (3/7) 6-2 6-3 in the other semi-final It ensured another chapter in their eventful family history as they meet for their ninth Grand Slam final on Saturday eight years after the last Serena holds a 6-2 advantage "I didn’t watch (Venus) Obviously I was really proud she’s an inspiration my big sister" said Serena "She’s my world my life she means everything to me I couldn’t be happier for us both to be in the final It’s the biggest dream come true for us" She also paid tribute to Lucic-Baroni a former teenage prodigy when the Williams sisters were emerging in the 1990s before her career was derailed by personal problems "Mirjana is an inspiration she deserves all the credit today To get this far after everything she has gone through that just inspires me" One-way traffic Despite her serve not being up to scratch in Melbourne until now Williams has so many other weapons in her armoury that her opponents have been unable to cope Lucic-Baroni was no different Her left thigh was again heavily strapped and the problem put her at an immediate disadvantage restricting her movement against a player known for her pounding forehand winners They both held serve comfortably to shake off any early nerves but Williams was looking sharp capitalising on an unforced error to get the first break and go 2-1 ahead She consolidated her lead by holding serve again and a Lucic-Baroni double fault handed her a 4-1 lead It was one-way traffic as the second seed asserted her authority unloading some powerful groundstrokes to unsettle the Croat and easily take the first set in 25 minutes The pair were playing each other for the first time since Wimbledon 19 years ago a match the American won Since then their careers have taken very different turns While Williams went on to win 22 Grand Slams the Croat dropped out of top-level tennis for most of the 2003-2010 period after fleeing an abusive and controlling father and suffering money and injury problems Her return to the big time in Melbourne has been the feel-good story of the tournament winning her legions of new fans with her emotional progression to her first Grand Slam semi-final since Wimbledon in 1999 But it was only ever going to come to an end against the dominant Williams who after seeing Venus make the final was never going to throw away the chance to meet her once again The second set went the way of the first with Williams crushing Lucic-Baroni’s serve to again break in the third game She was broken again in game five as her magnificent run drew to a close and Williams moved into her 29th Grand Slam final Written by Lalmani Verma | Lucknow | Published: March 10 2013 3:09 am Related News With a new poll cry of Sushasan SankalpBJP Vikalp (Good governance as promiseBJP is the alternative)given by Bharatiya Janata Partys top brass in the national executive meet last weekthe partys UP unit is gradually switching over to Lok Sabha election mode with a series of campaigns planned for the entire year Party has included the Ram temple issue in the agenda of these upcoming campaigns The party will begin with a procession that will be taken out on March 16 to protest against atrocities on women Leader of the Opposition in Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj will lead the march in presence of former chief minister of Rajasthan Vasundhara Raje Scindia and the partys womens wing national president Smriti Irani The partys farmers wing will take out a padyatra from western UP to Delhi with the demand of payment of dues of sugarcane growers by the end of this month The party will launch a major three-month campaign – Gaon-gaon chaloghar-ghar chalo – from April 6the partys 33rd foundation day During the campaignparty office bearers right from the state president to mandal presidentswill participate in the padyatra across the state They will walk door-to-door in villages and urban areas and distribute the list of promises that the party will meet if it comes to power at the Centre Party office-bearers will be assigned different areas to visit and speak against the deteriorating law and orderincreasing cases of atrocities on women and appeasement of Muslims in the SP regime as well as poor focus on development and soft approach towards terrorism by the UPA government? 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