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” a source from the film’s unit told IANS.” a source said. the core is the regular KISS school and the associated KISS college for higher education. are “professional”. was shot near Red Fort.he succumbed to injuries in the afternoon, Yadav said A case under Sections 380 (theft)457 (house trespass with an intention to commit offence) and 511 (punishment for attempting to commit offences punishable with life imprisonment) of the Indian Penal Code has been registered at Kareli police station Efforts are on to establish the identity of the deceased For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMoscow: England manager Gareth Southgate refused to get carried away with what appeared to be a hugely favourable draw on Friday for his team at the 2018 World Cup in Russia The draw in Moscow saw England given games against Belgium Panama and Tunisia in Group G It meant England who have not won a major men’s international trophy since lifting the 1966 World Cup on home soil avoided global giants Argentina Brazil and Germany after Argentina great Diego Maradona picked them out of Pot 2 at the Kremlin’s State Palace File image of England manager Gareth Southgate Reuters England will face Tunisia in their opening game in Volgograd on 18 June a repeat of their first game in the 1998 World Cup in France when goals from Alan Shearer and Paul Scholes secured a 2-0 win in Marseille They will then travel to Nizhni Novgorod on 24 June to take on Panama making their first appearance in a World Cup finals with their concluding group fixture against well-regarded Belgium in Kaliningrad on 28 June With the top two teams in each pool going through to the second round Belgium and England will be huge favourites to make it out of Group G But Southgate recalling England’s decades of disappointment on the international stage was wary of Panama telling the BBC "We’ve been good at writing teams off and then getting beat We’ve got to be prepared for every game" Former England international Southgate played against Tunisia at France 1998 "Remembering the Tunisia game in 1998 it was the first thing that went through my mind" he said "It was a fantastic day and it’s nice to be able to relive that "We haven’t done as much preparing on the African teams yet so now that’s what we can focus in on "There’s a little bit of travelling (after the first game) and maybe gives us the opportunity for injuries if we get them to clear up" Southgate added "It’s fantastically exciting to be here for the draw with every other coach I’m really looking forward to getting on with it now "The objective is to qualify from the group You’re never quite sure how many points you need for that and there will be ups and downs along the way I’m sure "For me personally to play in a World Cup for my country was an incredible honour To lead my country there as a manager is beyond that" England beat Belgium several of whose players are now established Premier League performers at the 1990 World Cup in Italy and have never lost to them at a major tournament suffering only one defeat in 21 matches with their European rivals Former England winger Chris Waddle who missed a penalty in a 1990 World Cup semi-final shoot-out defeat by Germany said Southgate’s men had been given a "fantastic" draw "You can’t ask for a better draw" Waddle told the BBC "Every team is dangerous Belgium are class on their day but the rest are very beatable" Birmingham:India captain Virat Kohli heads into a Champions Trophy final against arch-rivals Pakistan back on top of the one-day international batting rankings But the star batsman insists it is the form of the title-holders’ opening duo that is giving him confidence in the lead up to Sunday’s clash between the sub-continent cricket giants at the Oval The 28-year-old Kohli is also top of the tournament batting averages with a scarcely credible mark of 253 — a figure that owes much to the fact that three of his four innings so far have been not outs Kohli was undefeated again as India crushed Bangladesh by nine wickets in a commanding semi-final victory at Edgbaston — the venue where they won the 2013 Champions Trophy title — on Wednesday His 96 not out saw Kohli end the match with nearly 10 overs to spare by hitting a four off Sabbir Rahman But Rohit Sharma was 123 not out at the other end having shared an unbroken stand of 178 with his skipper By the time Kohli came in however India were well on their way to chasing down a modest victory target of 265 thanks to a brisk opening partnership of 87 between Sharma and left-hander Shikhar Dhawan who made 46 "I’m really enjoying the way I’m batting" Kohli told reporters "For me the number of runs do not matter at this stage I’m really enjoying the process "The way Rohit and Shikhar batted it just gave me so much confidence heading out of the changing room Those two guys really dent the opposition mentally" he explained That India had a below par total to chase owed much to Kohli’s decision to bring on unheralded spinner Kedar Jadhav He only had six ODI wickets prior to this match yet dismissed both Bangladesh top-scorers Tamim Iqbal (70) and Mushfiqur Rahim (61) on his way to figures of two for 22 in six overs The Tigers’ third-wicket duo had given India something to think about while adding 123 but once they were both out the innings fell away "He bowled really well credit to him" said Kohli of Jadhav "He doesn’t bowl much in the nets but he’s a smart cricketer "He knows where the batsmen get into trouble and if you can think like a batter when you’re bowling it’s obviously a bit of an advantage to any bowler" ‘Turnaround’ India will now finish the tournament against Pakistan having started their title defence with a 124-run thrashing of their traditional foes in Birmingham under a fortnight ago While it may be one of cricket’s oldest cliches to label Pakistan "unpredictable" they’ve done their best to live up to it during this tournament After a performance against India even Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur labelled "shambolic" they bounced back to beat top-ranked South Africa Pakistan then held their nerve to beat Sri Lanka in what was a virtual quarter-final in Cardiff on Monday Two days on they raised their game still further to inflict a crushing eight-wicket defeat of previously unbeaten tournament hosts England in a semi-final in the Welsh capital For all that India’s margin of victory was greater Pakistan’s last-four success was arguably even more impressive given they bowled England out for just 211 "The turnaround has been magnificent" said Kohli of Pakistan’s progress "They’ve beaten sides that looked really strong against them" For Bangladesh their first major semi-final was a reality check Having been spared all but certain elimination when rain washed out their match with Australia the Tigers got to the knockout phase with just one win albeit their defeat of New Zealand was a well-deserved success Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan was left lamenting the fact his side had been "nowhere near their best" against India "I thought we were in a very good situation to score 300-320 that would have been a different game" said Shakib "Losing those two wickets to an occasional bowler obviously didn’t help "With our runs and that wicket we knew it was very hard for our bowlers but still I think we were nowhere near our best today especially in our bowling and fielding" Written by Shiny Varghese | Published: September 23 2016 12:01 am Robert Napier’s grandson in a turban as part of Jasleen Kaur’s 2015 work Marbled Busts Top News Meet 193-year-old MaltaSingh He started the first ever Curry House in London’s Brick Lane It was built by him along with his friends from the surrounding furniture factories using rejects and found objects He gave Malta’s national food pastizzi a curry flavour Legend has it that he even fed it to Mahatma Gandhi He is the protagonist of “Clarke Clerkin and Kaur: The Thing With MaltaSingh” an exhibition at London’s Gallery SO Starting this evening Malta Singh’s Indian kitchen will dish out chickpea curry pastizzi and dal for visitors interested in knowing just who is MaltaSingh That he is a fictional character in a pseudo-real setting of a contemporary space is the design intrigue of artist Jasleen Kaur and her friends Danny Clarke and Carl Clerkin As the London Design Festival (LDF) draws to a close this weekend this show at Gallery SO is what Kaur calls “fringe design” The Scottish Indian artist is the exhibition designer for “Transformation” a contemporary Indian design show that is part of LDF Curated by Arpna Gupta founder of India Design Platform the show is inspired by salvaged material melding the culture of recycling with traditional craft Seven designers — Material Immaterial Anu Tandon Vieira Poonam Bir Kasturi Prakriti Shukla Vishal K Dar Neisha Gharat and Alkesh Parmar — challenge the notion of consumerism in their exhibits On either side of the escalators within the undulating glass building of The Guardian at Kings Cross sit industrial-sized food cans that shelf designer products Kaur chose containers of tomatoes spinach and oil sourced from local stores to form her plinth These cans will later be distributed to local food banks soup kitchens and gurdwaras The idea was to minimise waste for the exhibition Food cooking and Kaur are never too far apart At LDF 2014 she presented the film Balti: Unmeasured Measurements screened from the back of a van It documented the process of cooking a langar in the kitchen of Pollokshields Sikh Temple Glasgow She made a series of measuring tools using plastic mugs and buckets recording the intuitive methods of preparing food for multitudes “I would take the van to different venues stream the film at the back of the van and cook for the audience” says 30-year-old Kaur “Six years ago when I graduated from The Royal College of Art I wanted to make something that would change the atmosphere of a gallery space something for my parents and friends because I think art often excludes people” she says Coming from a traditional Sikh household and growing up in Glasgow Kaur is always exploring dual realities For her 2015 work Marbled Busts she drew parallels between Indian idols and Western traditional portraits to show three busts of her great-grandfather the first in her family to migrate from India; Edward Said post-colonial scholar who “lived between two worlds”; and Army man Robert Napier a central figure in British India She requested Napier’s grandson to wear a turban as a celebration of dialogue between two cultures Kaur takes things from everyday and gives it a different footnote “I call it the unpacking of daily life and history or the aesthetics of everyday” she says She hopes to travel to Maharashtra in January next year where she will be part of an artists’ programme working with Warli painters For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Washington | Published: December 31 2016 1:25 pm In space millisecond accuracy is crucial to understanding how satellites orbit Related News NASA missions including the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) which watches the Sun will join timekeepers around the world to add a leap second to its clocks just before midnight on New Year’s Eve Clocks will add the extra second to keep in sync with Earth’s rotation which gradually slows down over time When the dinosaurs roamed Earth our globe took only 23 hours to make a complete rotation In space millisecond accuracy is crucial to understanding how satellites orbit “SDO moves about 3 kilometres every second So does every other object in orbit near SDO” said Dean Pesnell project scientist for SDO at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Centre in the US Also Read: NASA satellite spots stunning view of northern lights “We all have to use the same time to make sure our collision avoidance programs are accurate So we all add a leap second to the end of 2016 delaying 2017 by one second” said Pesnell The leap second is also key to making sure that SDO is in sync with the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) used to label each of its images Read More :NASA astronauts to conduct spacewalks for power update SDO has a clock that counts the number of seconds since the beginning of the mission To convert that count to UTC requires knowing just how many leap seconds have been added to Earth-bound clocks since the mission started When the spacecraft wants to provide a time in UTC it calls a software module that takes into consideration both the mission’s second count and the number of leap seconds – and then returns a time in UTC For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by ANI | London | Published: January 18 2010 2:04 pm Related News Renee Zellweger and Bradley Cooper have reportedly paid out more than 31 million pounds for their first joint home The couplewho have been dating since last summerwere rumoured to be looking for a love nest towards the end of last yearreports the Daily Express According to RealEstalkerthe stars have now found a three-bedroom property in Pacific PalisadesCalifornia The property will reportedly undergo renovation before the couple moves in The move marks the first time that Zellweger has lived in LA since she relocated to New York State in 2004 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: ANI | Washington | Published: October 3 2016 3:52 pm The Y chromosome induces male differentiation during development whereas embryos without it become female (Source: Pixabay) Top News Taking us a step ahead to understand sex differentiation a recent study has revealed that key sex-determining genes continue to operate in a mammalian species that lacks the Y chromosome In most placental mammals the Y chromosome induces male differentiation during development whereas embryos without it become female The sex-determining gene SRY is present on the Y chromosome and induces other regulatory genes that suppress female differentiation The Amami spiny rat (Tokudaia osimensis) is exceptional as it lacks a Y chromosome and thus the SRY gene raising the question of why male differentiation can still occur Tomofumi Otake and Asako Kuroiwa of Hokkaido University in Japan performed gene mapping to determine the chromosomal locations of sex-related genes in the T osimensis genome They then compared its nucleotide and amino acid sequences with those of the mouse and rat Furthermore using cultured cells they examined how the sex-related genes were regulated SRY has been well-investigated in previous research and is known to turn on a range of regulatory genes such as Sox9 and AMH that play an important role in male differentiation The team’s results suggest that even though there is no SRY gene in T osimensis the regulatory genes that normally turn on are present and operate as they do in other placental mammals See what else is making news “We speculate that there is an unknown gene that acts as a substitute for SRY in T osimensis” said Professor Kuroiwa “The mammalian Y chromosome has been shrinking through an evolutionary process by reducing the number of its genes and some scientists think that it will completely disappear at some point I hope our research will help in the understanding of the sex determination mechanism that is independent on the Y chromosome and its evolutionary aspect”The study has been published in Nature For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top News a state where prohibition is in force – were stumped by Nitish Kumar’s gambit.1 overs on the opening day yesterday.5 crore.a real estate investor based at Mani Majra.

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