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where she said that she “chipped” her teeth and “broke” her leg in “the climax scene”.“It was awful I did beat him in the second take for revenge though” she added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Parul | Chandigarh | Published: January 30 2016 7:16 am Chatura Rao the festival director talked about her new book The Case of Disappearing Colour Friday Express Related News WHO doesn’t love a good story— one that transports you to another world makes you go on an adventure meet new people feel some magic and unravel a mystery Many such stories were told on the first day of the third edition of Chandigarh Children’s Literature Festival 2016 (CCLF-16) which began Friday at Dikshant Global School Zirakpur Some of the best children’s authors of India are conducting workshops and other activities at the festival CCLF is an initiative of Dikshant Global School in association with Adab Foundation In an interactive session Chatura Rao the festival director talked about her new book ‘The Case of Disappearing Colour’ which is a tale of imaginary landscapes and magical adventures in the tradition of The Little Prince and Haroun and the Sea of Stories “It’s such a delight to be with the children who are enthusiastic curious and read a lot too I love their energy’’ smiled Rao Share This Article Related Article In the next session national award-winning writer Ramendra Kumar who has 30 books to his credit had the children dance sing and listen to his experiences as a writer The session was replete with humour and wit as Kumar connected with the children on various aspects of writing and story-telling and livened up the afternoon with anecdotes and excerpts from his books one being ‘Paplu The Giant’ which is the story of a strange giant who did not like to fight with anyone But when his beloved villagers were in danger he rose to great heights to solve the problem and displayed the unique art of fighting without fighting “Feel think observe experience and you will write a good story Follow your dreams and heart and never give up on your dream’’ An engineer by education Kumar began writing political satire and now writes stories for children a world he describes as fascinating honest and fantastic “I feel story-telling can transport children to another world and take them back to books I connect with children through stories and humour Children’s literature in India is in a wonderful space at the moment and I hope publishers focus on books which have an Indian context’’ added Kumar who also conducted a workshop on creative writing for schoolchildren Magic ruled the next session as author Asha Nehemiah had the children speak think and talk about magic Nehemiah who is known for her books with wonderfully funny characters had the children in splits as she talked about some incidents from her book ‘Trouble with Magic’ which is about ‘What happens when you add magic to simple objects’ “Writing is about spotting magic and my two favourite words are magic and trouble We look for magic in the mundane and so write’’ said Nehemiah The last session was by Deepa Agarwal author poet and translator who spoke on the process of writing the book ‘Caravan to Tibet’ She also conducted a workshop ‘Create Me’ which focused on creating a character and building a story around her/him/it For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Bengaluru | Updated: March 5 2017 10:14 am Top News The present Indian national cricket team is clean when it comes to match fixing and betting but a great deal of corruption still exists especially in the second third tier competitions and state-run T20 leagues held in India and other countries according to the BCCI’s anti corruption unit (ACU) consultant Neeraj Kumar The former Delhi police commissioner who was involved with the investigations of two major incidents in cricket betting — the first in 2000 and then the IPL spot fixing case of 2013 — said cricket “at the national level is much cleaner than what it used to be” “Now having joined the BCCI I see so much of it happening Fortunately I can say with some amount of authority and conviction that our national team at this point of time is above board But in the second rung and third rung the B tiers and C tiers the premier leagues including the Karnataka Premier League a lot of hanky panky goes on” the retired IPS officer said Watch What Else Is Making News Despite the match-fixing cases in the year 2000 where South African cricketer Cronje confessed and several top Indian cricketers were handed life bans and the 2013 IPL spot fixing case where S Sreesanth and others were arrested corruption is rampant he said “There is corruption even now There is more corruption in some parts of the world – Bangladesh Pakistan Sri Lanka and in tier B and C cities in local tournaments” Neeraj Kumar said In the 2015 IPL there was some “hanky panky” but it was stopped and a whole racket was busted after players reported that they were approached by bookies he said The BCCI’s anti corruption consultant who was in Bengaluru for the second India- Australia cricket test match was speaking at the release of a Kannada translation of his 2015 book ‘Dial D for Don’ Neeraj Kumar said that the two big match fixing investigations occurred by chance while police were monitoring other activities like extortion and the underworld and there is still no clear picture on “what actually goes on behind the scenes” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Updated: November 20 2015 10:09 am Amitabh Bachchan said he does not follow any particular routine as far as food habits are concerned Related News Superstar Amitabh Bachchan here on Wednesday (November 19) said he does not follow any particular routine as far as food habits are concerned and calls himself a “bad eater” “I’m a bad eater and I’m sure that when you call home the answer will be the same I don’t follow any routine My eating habits are very dissimilar to what any of you are following I just eat whatever comes to me I don’t know that it is” said Amitabh Bachchan Bachchan who was present at the launch of Shilpa Shetty’s book “The Great Indian Diet” said he considers himself the wrong person to be launching a book on diet due to his eating habits Share This Article Related Article “I never used to do any kind of exercises Most of the times when I was working in my earlier films I never really thought about it though or I wasn’t advised about it or I perhaps didn’t have the time “But having seen some of my visuals in some of my films about 5-6 years ago I realised that I needed to be in shape and started going to the gym on some kind of a regular basis” he added Bachchan turned vegetarian a few years back and is known to be extremely fond of Indian cuisine For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Paris | Published: June 12 2017 12:07 am Rafael Nadal dropped only 35 games en route to the title and getting a 6-2 6-3 6-1 win over Stan Wawrinka in the final (Source: AP) Related News Rafa Nadal’s 10th French Open triumph will send the Spaniard into Wimbledon next month as a favourite for the title alongside Roger Federer Mats Wilander told Reuters on Sunday Nadal returned to his brutal best at Roland Garros this year dropping only 35 games en route to the title and getting a 6-2 6-3 6-1 win over Stan Wawrinka in the final Not only did the victory give Nadal a professional-era record of 10 titles at the same slam it restarted his grand slam collection after three years without a major Wilander thinks the 31-year-old Spaniard could now go on a roll “Absolutely he is one of the main favourites now for Wimbledon” three-times French Open champion Wilander hosting Eurosport’s flagship “Game Set and Mats” programme in Paris said as he digested Nadal’s return to his Roland Garros throne “He has taken confidence away from Wawrinka from (Andy) Murray even though he didn’t play him And Roger Federer is a very happy man that he didn’t come to the French because his confidence has not been dented “Nadal has changed his game and he is playing way more aggressive closer to the baseline it’s a different Nadal “He’ll go to Wimbledon with so much confidence For me he’s favourite with Federer but Federer won’t have the confidence of coming in as French Open champion” Nadal has won Wimbledon twice but not since 2010 when he beat Tomas Berdych Injury problems to his knees and wrist have stalled his collection of major silverware which now stands at 15 — second on the all-time list behind Federer’s 18 Wilander believes time away from the court after finishing last year early has helped the Mallorcan to return to his formidable physical peak “Tennis players don’t need to hit that many tennis balls but when they have a chance to get in the gym and work on the lower body and core that’s what helps Nadal’s flying on the court and that gives him that extra confidence “I’m not that interested in the numbers…10 11 or nine But what this title has done is restart his campaign He hadn’t won a slam in years Now he’s going to be thinking going into the next three slams Novak (Djokovic) held all four “Rafa could arrive here next year in May with 18” Wilander said Nadal’s resurgence since pulling out of the French Open last year with a wrist injury — he also reached the Australian Open final and is back at number two in the rankings — is down to former world number one Carlos Moya joining his team “I never agreed with people who said Rafa should stop working with Toni (Nadal) but having his friend Carlos there and Francisco Roig means that they talk to Toni and give some new ideas and then Rafa trusts the plan “There has been a clear change since Carlos came in” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Debabrata Mohanty | Delhi | Updated: September 16 2015 2:41 am File photo of Avinash with his parents; (right) his aunt Rangalata (Express Photo) Related News Earlier this month when Laxman Chandra Rout telephoned his physically challenged sister Rangalata in Gopinathpur village in Odisha’s Kendrapara district to enquire whether she was taking her medicines on time his son Avinash snatched the phone to speak to her Just two months ago Avinash had visited his father’s village spending a few days with his uncles and aunts who were amazed by his “smartness” Though he did not like the muddy tracks and the lack of a proper toilet at home he promised to come back in January “What should I get for you next time” Avinash asked in Hindi “I told him ‘I don’t want anything from you I will just be happy to see you’” said Rangalata flipping through photographs of her brother nephew and sister-in-law “He could not speak Odia But every time his father would call up he would seek me out” [App User Click Here] Avinash died of dengue on September 8 at a Delhi hospital The end came after a traumatic 24 hours when his parents failed to get a bed for him in two of Delhi’s top hospitals before rushing him to Batra hospital It was too late Doctors declared Avinash dead around 1 pm Hours later unable to bear the shock his parents Laxman and Babita jumped to death from their house in South Delhi Share This Article Related Article Laxman used to send money for his bed-ridden parents and sister in Kendrapara “Since the day he started working in Delhi in early 2000 he would send whatever amount he could to my father Initially it was Rs 500 but in the last few months he used to send Rs 2000 for my father paralytic mother and sister He was our best and last hope” said Laxman’s elder brother Rama Chandra Rout He runs a tea shop In fact the last money order of Rs 2000 that Laxman sent to his father reached the day he was being cremated Laxman’s father Kartik 85 doesn’t know his son is no more “He is already shocked after being told about the death of Avinash and my sister-in-law If he is told about Bulu (Laxman’s nickname) he will not survive” said Rama Chandra The Routs have just about one acre of agrcultural land which remains waterlogged during the monsoon Just one room of the house is pucca while other parts have thatched roofs Laxman did his BSc from nearby Derabish College and then moved to Agra from where he did his MA in statistics After that he reportedly did his MBA and started working in small firms in Delhi “Unlike other boys in our village he was studious He used to tell us that education can make a big difference in life” said neighbour Kashinath Rout His wife Babita reportedly mortgaged her jewellery to send Avinash to Sarvodaya School in Delhi But as he struggled for a better life in Delhi Laxman did not forget his ailing parents and sister “Every Sunday morning between 7 am and 730 am he would call me He would be particular about my blood pressure medicine When I would ask him why he was spending so much on me he would tell me not to worry” said Rangalata On September 7 morning when he called up to say Avinash was struck with dengue Rangalata started crying “But he did not tell us clearly how critical he was Laxman seemed to be hiding something When I came to know doctors had given up hope on Avinash my heart sank” she said Rangalata almost passed out when she learnt next day that her brother and sister-in-law were no more Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has announced an ex-gratia of Rs 3 lakh for the family For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News Zimbabwe chose to open with Hamilton Masakadaza (9) and Chamu Chibhabha (21) this time, But in a few days,career, ?” he added.while Amal Kanti Roy, A need was highlighted for some policy to be in place on the issue. the son of a Border Security Force Jawan posted in West Bengal, it was his wife who took Riya to a local club before she moved to the?

after serious review,Raju asked the Kashmir youth to stop pelting stones and co-operate with the authorities. My pride),which kicked off with the screening of non-feature Hindi film ‘Adwait Sangeet’ by Makarand Brahme and Santhosh Sivan’s Malayalam feature film ‘Urumi’. We all need peace and progress. "I have instructed Chairman Railway Board.

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