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Japan bans the supply of nuclear technology to India because it has not signed the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) or the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (CTBT). In total he played 57 innings and scored 4281 runs at an average of 87. Do you feel that it has become more difficult to make films on historical figures in the current political climate? Sircar: It will always be a challenge and I’ll have to face it As the Supreme Court has stated you can choose to not watch a film Tell me one incident that is not politically motivated — everything is Certain elements have to understand that if they resort to hooliganism and beat up filmmakers we’ll take two more steps to project what we want in our films Unless they come on a platform and talk to us Roy: If the state wants to uphold democracy it is their duty to safeguard our rights while it grants protesters their right to protest peacefully Shoojit your father was in the AirForce and you had to take shelter underground during the 1971 war What do you have to say about conversations in the public space that conflate nationalism and the Armed Forces Sircar: Who says what about the Armed Forces doesn’t bother me I blamethe media in a way — why do you go tothose people and ask for a commentwhen you know how they think Gowhere you can solve the issue The Armed Forces is doing their job and I have fullrespect for the kind of risks they take;I know what my father and family went through But nobody is a lesser citizen ofthis country For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: July 20 2017 11:11 pm But professional Tennis players in the country expressed relief in that the event remained in India and did not required to be shifted overseas (Source: File) Top News The Chennai Open’s move to Pune marks an end to the 21-year run in which the city was the only Indian name in the ATP Tour calendar But professional Tennis players in the country expressed relief in that the event remained in India and did not required to be shifted overseas IMG the owners of the ATP 250 tournament ended their contract with the TNTA to take Chennai Open out of the southern city and signed a deal with Maharashtra State Lawn Tennis Association It was earlier reported that IMG had considered Singapore as a potential venue but eventually squared down on Pune thus keeping the tournament in the country According to PTI the country’s top singles player Yuki Bhambri says keeping the tournament in India was crucial “How many tournaments we have in India If we had lost this one too it would have been a big setback Sad for Chennai but still we have kept it in the country No Challenger has been held this year so far We need tournaments in India to help players make progress” said Bhambri “Players look to play in different tournaments in different cities I have good memories from both places It’s good job by MSLTA to keep the tournament in India I am familiar with the conditions there I am sure they will make it a world class event Pune has good facility” Only two ATP Challengers have been hosted by India – the Delhi Open and Pune Challenger – in 2016 as opposed to four that were held in 2015 This year not a single Challenger has got going and thus players unable to travel aborad have struggled to earn points Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan who won the 21st and the last edition of the Chennai Open with compatriot Rohan Bopanna said he’s happy that India still has a tournament “It’s sad that it’s not in Chennai anymore” said Nedunchezhiyan “It is what it is But I am excited to play in Pune as always India has one tournament a year which I consider a home event so I’m happy that it’s still in our country” “It would be nice to see more such level events in India through the year to help us all go higher in the rankings because playing at home is a big advantage Of course this would only be possible if the AITA has any intent of creating a better system of tournament for the players” the southpaw added with a tinge of sarcasm Saketh Myneni who has returned to circuit after a left foot injury and a shoulder issue said “Sorry to hear that Chennai won’t be the venue for the only ATP tournament in India but glad at least it didn’t leave the country” N Sriram Balaji who is making good progress as a doubles player now said he had “great memories in Chennai” “It was my first ATP tour event in my career and my home event as well Of course it’s a big disappointment that the tournament has been taken away from Chennai It has been there for 21 years Pune is a nice city too I loved playing there but it had become a tradition to have the ATP event in Chennai “I guess if there was another city which I would’ve loved to play would be Pune because of the tennis loving people and the crowd Pune can gather for tennis events Hope it stays like that” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: July 1 2017 8:21 am Jun 30 2017; Olympia Fields IL USA; Amy Yang tees off during the second round of the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship golf tournament at Olympia Fields Country Club – North Mandatory Credit: Thomas J Russo-USA TODAY Sports Top News Amy Yang had little time to contemplate her lofty position after taking the first-round lead at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship on Friday Yang among 30 players unable to complete the opening round on Thursday due to a late-afternoon thunderstorm had only the par-five 18th to negotiate on the early morning resumption She made short work of it with a two-putt birdie to post a six-under-par 65 good for a one-shot advantage over fellow South Korean Chella Choi at Olympia Fields The highlight of Yang’s round was an eagle at the par-four second where she holed out from 192 yards “It was blowing downwind” she told reporters “I tried to play an 80 (180-yard) shot and it landed like seven eight yards before and it rolled in “I’m hitting the ball very solid lately and making some putts too I’ve been looking for this round of golf and it’s going really well Feel pretty good about how I played yesterday” Yang twice a major runner-up at the US Women’s Open said overnight rain would allow for another day of low scoring in the second major of the women’s season “Won’t be as hard as last round … because you have a lot of moisture” she said before heading straight back out for her second round on an overcast morning Choi who had a late tee time on Friday was particularly pleased with her opening 66 after only one practice round leaning heavily on her father-caddie Ji for advice “I played just 18 holes before the tournament so I don’t remember every hole” said Choi winner of one LPGA event “But I ask my dad every hole every shot and my shots were very good today” Not that her father’s advice was perfect “My father missed a couple of shots today but it just happens because wind is every time switching so very difficult for the caddie” she said Another South Korean newly-crowned world number one Ryu So-yeon felt the pressure of her exalted position which was brought home on the first tee when her caddie Tom Watson was presented with the ceremonial green bib with the number ‘1’ boldly displayed “Every time when I saw someone’s caddie wearing that green bib I thought that was like a really cool thing one day I want to have that bib for my caddie as well” said Ryu who shot a 69 on her 27th birthday “Finally dreams come true and Tom wore that bib” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBJP MP Giriraj Singh has today said that the money gold and silver jewellery luxury watches recovered from four persons arrested in connection with a burglary in his house were not his The Hindustan Times reported Singh as saying "It is a political conspiracy" Giriraj Singh PTI Rs 114 crore cash 600 US dollars gold and silver jewellery and six luxury watches purportedly stolen from Singh’s home wasrecovered police said The four accused including the Nawada MP’s bodyguard domestic servant apartment security guard and another accomplice entered his flat yesterday when he was in Delhi they said Singh who is in Delhi for the Parliament session was not immediately available for comments "It was a well planned theft The arrested persons had inside knowledge about the valuables kept in the MP’s flat They broke the locks collected everything in four suitcases and decamped with the booty They had even hired an autorickshaw to take the stolen goods" Patna Senior Superintendent of Police Manu Maharaj said A special investigation team was set up track the culprits and all important roads of Patna were kept under surveillance he said Police were today alerted about a person suspiciously moving with four suitcases from Gandhi Maidan area to Sultanganj he said The accused who was trying to flee to Hajipur was nabbed by police and all valuables believed to have been stolen from the MP’s flat were recovered from him Maharaj said Police claimed that the total recovery comprising the valuables and the cash is around Rs 2crore With PTI inputs By: Express News Service | Updated: January 23 2016 12:13 am Mrinalini Sarabhai (File Photo) Top News Bharatanatyam was her chosen dance form But Mrinalini Sarabhai who passed away aged 97 on Thursday was more than a great Bharatanatyam dancer and guru Her persona encompassed multiple identities and gave her the aura of a public intellectual and an institution builder In a sense she represented the idea of the artist as a nation builder a role she assumed naturally after having grown up in a family that was immersed in the national movement Mrinalini was born into wealth and was educated in Switzerland and Shantiniketan She realised early in her life that she was a dancer and trained under eminent gurus like Meenakshi Sundaram Pillai Mylapore Gowri Ammal and the Kathakali maestro Guru Kunchu Kurup She was exposed to Western art traditions but Rabindranath Tagore came to be the preeminent influence in her life and art Her idea of the nation and art unsurprisingly was expansive and bereft of narrow nationalistic or parochial influences She was a dancer choreographer writer and teacher and Darpana Academy of Performing Arts the institution she built in Ahmedabad trained students in dance drama music and puppetry Mrinalini’s mother’s family had its roots in Kerala but her mother Ammu Swaminathan had come into her own as a political activist in Madras A Gandhian she nurtured a free and independent spirit in her children Mrinalini’s sister Captain Lakshmi Sehgal chose to become a doctor and led the Indian National Army’s women contingent Mrinalini’s partner-in-life was an equally celebrated figure Vikram Sarabhai who founded the Indian space programme The Sarabhais were a major industrial house in Gujarat known for philanthropy and support to the national movement Dance was a metaphor for civilisational values in Mrinalini’s life and the dancer and the dance were indistinguishable For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Chennai | Published: July 30 2017 12:54 pm Mani Ratnam and Dulquer Salmaan have worked together in Ok Kanmani Related News Filmmaker Mani Ratnam is eagerly looking forward to the release of upcoming Malayalam-Tamil bilingual drama Solo directed by his erstwhile assistant Bejoy Nambiar “Going by the first glimpse of the film it looks very promising I’m looking forward to the film” Ratnam told IANS Solo starring Dulquer Salmaan in the lead is an anthology of four stories with a mythical touch “It’s a collection of four different stories on earth water fire and wind I can’t divulge more about the plot at this moment” Nambiar had told IANS reiterating the film is a genuine bilingual “We have shot every scene twice Once in Tamil and the second time in Malayalam It was like shooting two films at the cost and time of making one film” he added Solo gearing up for September release also stars Arthi Venkatesh Dhansikaa Dino Morea Neha Sharma and Sruthi HariharanThe film is jointly produced by Getaway Films and Abaam Films Meanwhile Dulquer Salmaan spoke about the film during the launch of its first look “The audience both in Malayalam and Tamil industry arevery accepting and encouraging They give us the courage to do content-rich stories Solo’ is a very courageous film Making an anthology series is not a simple task We had to put in the effort of making four films ‘Solo’ has great visuals great music and I am very lucky to be a part of this project” Dulquer told PTI “Solo is my first foray in the south I won’t count ‘David’ because it was half dubbed and half shot as a bilingual I count ‘Solo’ as my first film down south This is my sincere attempt to break into both the markets I want to stress on this fact that we have really made a bilingual” the actor added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News If a person is 18 years or older.

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