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Sri Lankan team failed to register a berth in the semi-final of the recently concluded Champions Trophy after losing a do-or-die match to Pakistan.Malinga later compared him to a monkey on which the minister ordered an investigation “He is now under investigation for making statements to the media in breach of his contract with Sri Lanka Cricket (board)” Jayasekera told AFP “In my criticism of the appalling fitness levels of our players I did not name Malinga but he has chosen to put the hat on and attack me publicly” “I don’t care about criticism from those who are simply warming chairs” he said “What does a monkey know about a parrot’s nesting hollow This is like a monkey getting into a parrot’s nest and talking about it” Malinga said The inquiry would be conducted by a three-member panel Moreover a meeting has been called up by the board of its executive committee for discussing different issues and this would also include the resignation made by Graham Ford from the post of head coach recently For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsNew Delhi:Centenarians are expected to take life easy But 101-year-old Man Kaur would rather throw a javelin or a shot put hit the gym eat like an athlete and win a race Dubbed the ‘Miracle from Chandigarh’ she shot to fame after winning the 100-metre sprint at the World Masters Games in Auckland New Zealand earlier this year Kaur was recently in the news after she was denied a visa by China where she was to have taken part in a championship But the grandmother who now trains in Patiala after moving to the city from Chandigarh about a year ago is not unduly troubled by that and is looking forward to her next sprint File image of 101-year-old Man Kaur celebrating after competing in the 100m sprint at the World Masters Games in Auckland on April 24 2017 "Practice and participation in events give me happiness" Kaur told PTI over the phone from Patiala when asked what drove her to compete Though her achievements on the field are well known not many would be aware of the secret behind her fitness at 101 Talking about Kaur’s wellness mantra her son Gurdev Singh who also takes part in international races and athletic events said her diet was similar to that of any young athlete preparing for a competition "She has six ‘rotis’ prepared with sprouted wheat sprouted ‘kala chana’ and barley every day" he said Apart from the rotis she has a diet of soya milk seasonal fruits juices and ‘kefir’ (fermented milk) which they get from Canada Singh said Kaur also trains regularly varying her regimen from day to day Her 79-year-old son said on some days she goes for a run and on other days she practises her javelin or shot put throw "On certain days she goes to the gym and does weight training" he said Asked what advice she’d give the younger generation Kaur who speaks only in Punjabi said what any grandmother would "Eat well eat healthy and exercise regularly Don’t eat unhealthy food and stay away from junk food And be friends with good people" said Kaur who took up athletics when she was 93 While the mother-son duo have earned global laurels it has not been an easy run for them in a country where cricket tends to elbow out other sports They rue that recognition and rewards have eluded them in their home country "She gets so much love and respect abroad" Singh pointed out When they reached New Zealand they found the world media waiting for Kaur "And when she won the gold in the 100 metres top officials in New Zealand invited her for dinner to honour her" Singh said "But in India there was not a single person who came to receive us at the airport" he added Singh who along with his mother has taken part in dozens of Masters Athletic meets around the globe hastened to add that lack of interest or accolades in India didn’t trouble them much "We don’t care about these things We will continue doing what we love" he said Kaur who has been nominated for the prestigious ‘Laureus World Best Sporting Moment of the Year 2017’ Award won her first medal in 2010 at the Chandigarh Masters Athletics meet Laureus World Sports Awards established by Laureus Sport for Good Foundation founding patrons Daimler and Richemont honour remarkable individuals from the world of sports At the World Masters Games in Auckland this year she won the gold in the 100 metres clocking one minute and 14 seconds Run by an association of international federations the Games seek to "promote lifelong competition friendship and understanding between mature sportspeople" Kaur and Singh were last month denied a visa by China on the grounds that they did not have a personal invitation from the organisers of the Asian Masters Athletics Championships The mother and son however have moved on and already set their sights on the World Masters in Spain next year as they continue to prove that age is just a number for them New Delhi: The CBI has arrested retired Orissa High Court judge Ishrat Masroor Quddusi and five others in connection with a corruption case agency sources said on Thursday The others arrested in the case were Bhawna Pandey BP Yadav and Palash Yadav of Prasad Educational Trust which runs a medical college in Lucknow Biswanath Agrawala a middleman and hawala operator Ramdev Saraswat a CBI spokesperson said Representational image CNN-News18 The arrests were made late Wednesday night after a detailed search operation at several locations including the residence of Justice (retired) Quddusi in Greater Kailash Searches were also carried out in Bhubaneswar and Lucknow "Also the CBI carried out searches at the residences of the judge in Lucknow and Faizabad around 9 am today" his brother Nusrat Quddusi told PTI The case pertains to Lucknow-based Prasad Institute of Medical Sciences that was barred by the government from admitting students for 2017-18 and 2018-19 CBI sources said the trust’s chairman BP Yadav had approached the Supreme Court and the Allahabad High Court to enable the college to admit students He had also approached Quddusi and Pandey who had assured to "get the matter settled" for huge illegal gratification the sources said They involved Bhubaneswar-based Agrawala who claimed close links with senior public functionaries and assured that he would get the matter settled in their favour the CBI FIR alleged "He demanded huge gratification for inducing the public servants by corrupt and illegal means" it alleged The CBI seized Rs 1 crore from Agrawala the sources said adding the money was delivered to him through Saraswat Rs 9190 lakh was seized during searches on the premises of other accused persons The CBI sources said a preliminary analysis of the documents seized during the searches shows "there are more such deals" that can be brought under the ambit of the probe They said it was not the first time that Pandey’s name cropped up in such a case In 2001 her name had surfaced in a case of alleged corruption involving a senior tax department official rickshaw pullers and passers by queued up to grab a quick meal being offered there.

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Vij said on Saturday that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was a "bigger brand" than Mahatma Gandhi. Bhandari said. The alleged cow smugglers were arrested but the assailants were absconding, My personal life is out there because I’ve always been myself but if you’re talking about personal life as in (context of) boyfriend,The gynaecology department is under so much pressure that we send some blood samples to private labs when we need reports immediately and in case of certain tests which are not done at our lab. Dr Athani said Kumar had come to the gynaecology around 130 a m to deliver the reports of another patient Kumar tried to sexually assault the 25-year-old woman who was trying to ward him off The resident doctor on night duty who spotted this immediately raised an alarm and Kumar was nabbed by hospital staff The woman later complained about the misbehaviour to the doctor? Even after losing Warner and Renshaw who had to leave the crease due to indisposition, Mohun Bagan coach Sanjoy Sen said,The year of 2017 was politically tumultuous for Tamil Nadu keeping the ruling AIADMK busy in setting its house in order as it faced storm after storm post-Jayalalithaa and the year also saw cinema veterans Rajinikanth and Kamal Haasan hinting at entering public life. destruction and return.inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment which do not amount to acts of torture? While the UN convention explicitly criminalises tortureit does not explicitly criminalise other forms of degrading treatment In the UN convention not all forms of cruel or inhuman treatment amount to torture This is important to understand Underlying the watered down provisions in our bill seems to be the fear that an anti-torture bill should not lead to misuse against public officials This fear is hugely exaggerated Even under existing law the prosecution rate is less than two per cent of all those who go to trial It is therefore important to clean up the definition of torture There is perhaps one thing we can learn from our colonial masters The IPC is an old code with problems arising from its 19th century provenance But one of its advantages as a piece of drafting is that it is replete with examples that leave no doubt about what the legislation intends; and it also provides a useful aid to thinking analogically about hard cases Our legislation by contrast is perfunctory and vagueand will therefore not provide an effective moral compass that signals what we wish to prohibit Secondthe redress mechanisms are even weaker in the new bill Requirements such as government sanction before prosecuting any public servant (again a dilution of existing law)a six month statute of limitationand the absence of any independent investigative agency to probe into torture allegationsand the lack of any compensation mechanisms make the bill relatively toothless They are almost an incitement to impunity There is perhaps one practice that might enhance the quality of all legislation in India Just like many bills include finance supplement assessing the possible cost to governmentall legislation must come with an assessment of the administrative requirements of each bill This assessment would analyse the measures that have to be put into place for a bill to realise its objectives This will do two things Firstit will partially address a crippling infirmity of all our legislation There is simply no analysis of whether the state has the capacity to carry out the mandate of the legislation: the number of personnel requiredthe administrative structures that need to be in place and so forth Parliament simply passes the bills and dumps them on to hapless state personnel who increasingly resent more responsibility being placed on them Secondit will give our legislation greater credibility It will send a powerful signal that the state is not interested in simply being seen to pass legislation It is also determined that that objectives of the bill be realised The Prevention of Torture Bill should have sent a credible signal that India is serious about tackling its record on custodial deaths and torture And this signal needs to be sentnot just to the international communityfor whose benefit this bill has been draftedbut to elicit the allegiance of our own citizens who fear the state more than they love it But instead the bill is an exercise in bad faithtreating the issue of torture with a shocking degree of callousness The writer is presidentCentre for Policy ResearchDelhi express@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: January 9 2016 1:26 pm Vivek Oberoi said “I am busy setting up my production company I am all set to turn producer this year I have two to three scripts ready and we are still deciding on the best script” Related News Actor Vivek Oberoi who is busy judging the talent hunt show “India’s Best Dramebaaz” says he is all set to turn producer this year “I am busy setting up my production company I am all set to turn producer this year I have two to three scripts ready and we are still deciding on the best script” Vivek told IANS Ask Vivek if he will also be acting in his produced films he added: “It depends on the script If the film needs me to be part of it then I will happily do that” Meanwhile the actor is enjoying the role of the judge on “India’s Best Dramebaaz” and thanks the makers to allow him to judge the second season as well Share This Article Related Article “There is so much of negativity around us so these kind of shows takes you to a different world altogether I am glad that I am judging the second season of this show as well” The talent hunt show puts children in the age range of 5-13 years through a series of tasks and challenges that will groom them as actors and test their creativity spontaneity and acting capabilities For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: August 15 2016 12:33 am Dipa Karmakar stood fourth in Rio 2016 Olympics (Source: AP) Related News Dipa Karmakar though missed out on an Olympic medal still showed some character and gave a decent performance The Indian gymnast stood a solid chance of winning a silver medal after finishing her performance but was later pushed to fourth spot?

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