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“Honestly, which is a rare quality in a director… “I think when she had not thought about making the film,the best answer is provided by B. download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Priyanka Sundar | New Delhi | Published: May 21," said Stephens. Virender Kumar Vij, who’s also the founder of the Juan Pollo restaurant chain. ties in with Henry’s defence of her father: “Have you ever considered that men, Bedi had last month met Home Minister Rajnath Singh in New Delhi and apprised him of the "constraints" she faced in serving the Union Territory. She said Raj Nivas was now becoming their last hope.

Dalits,which was parked in Sector-5, Gurgaon police commissioner Alok Mittal said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: July 18 2016 3:20 pm Mouni Roy says she is a very moody person when it comes to choosing her professional projects Top News TV actress Mouni Roy who was seen hosting dance reality show So You Think You Can Dance Ab India ki Baari says she is “a very moody person” when it comes to choosing her professional projects After trying her hand as the show’s host the actress says she is busy with the second season of her hit TV series Naagin “I am a very moody person I would love to be a part of So You Think You Can Dance season two if it comes because now I feel possessive about it Because I have done it once I don’t want anyone else to do it So I would like to do that But in the case of another show I am not really sure about (hosting) it” Mouni said in a statement She added: “’Naagin 2 is coming in September I might or might not do anything in between” From portraying the role of a daughter-in-law to taking part in dance reality shows Mouni has experienced a variety of parts in the world of television “I have done a lot of reality shows In fact my first show was Shava Shava which was a singing reality show People have seen me in various characters “I have never been stereotyped in one kind of character I have been a part of reality shows events singing and dancing No one has ever told me she will fit only in this character or this look It has never happened to me luckily” said the Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi actress Mouni became a part of dance reality show So You Think You Can Dance Ab India ki Baari which was aired on &TV channel for her love of dance [related -post] She says dance plays a very important role in her life “It’s something that makes me happy I would be a very sad person if I didn’t have dance in my life However I can whatever I do I just feel a lot of joy Even if I am sad if you take me to a rehearsal hall I will automatically become happy I am most passionate about dancing and reading” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Bambolim | Published: October 10 2016 12:31 am South African who looked more cohesive in their attack in the second half met stiff resistance by the rival defence (Source: Twitter) Top News South Africa and China played out agoalless draw to split points in the third round of the firstBRICS U-17 tournament at GMC Stadium The draw takes South Africa tally to four points fromthree matches while China opened their account having losttheir two matches they played earlier Both the teams played were cautious at the start andplayed aggressive as the match progressed in the barren firsthalf South Africa tried to attack them on counter moves and created couple of chances but could not find the target South Africa’s Lyle Foster put the ball in the net in the25th minute but referee Tanmoy Dhar ruled it handball China looked composed and came up with threatening moves and had two clear changes but Tao Qianglong could not direct his shots on target The South African who looked more cohesive in theirattack in the second half met stiff resistance by the rivaldefence With both the teams unable to break the deadlock it wasSouth Africa’s Mswati Mayuso whose attempt from the top of thebox hit the bar in the 76th minute Thereafter South Africa made all attempts to find the elusive goal but the rival defence did well For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsLondon United Kingdom:US authorities are investigating evidence indicating FIFA’s suspended president Sepp Blatter knew about $100 million (92 million euros) in bribes paid to former members of the football body a BBC report said Sunday The BBC investigation alleges that sports marketing company ISL paid a total of $100 million to officials including ex-FIFA president Joao Havelange and former FIFA executive Ricardo Teixeira In return the company received television and marketing rights during the 1990s the report said Blatter has maintained he was unaware of the payments but the BBC said it had seen a letter obtained by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in the United States that casts doubt on his denial Sepp Blatter AP The letter refers to the ISL payments and is alleged to have been written by Havelange who notes that Blatter had "full knowledge of all activities" and was "always apprised" of them Blatter was Havelange’s top deputy before taking over from Havelange as FIFA president in 1998 The BBC said Blatter had declined to respond to their allegations Blatter who was suspended in October for 90 days by FIFA’s ethics committee is due to stand down in February Separate from the reported US probe Blatter has also become the target of a Swiss criminal investigation over possible mismanagement at FIFA and a $2 million payment made in 2011 to his would-be successor UEFA boss Michel Platini The Swiss criminal probe spurred FIFA’s internal ethics watchdog to launch a further inquiry FIFA investigators finalised their probe in November turning evidence over to the ethics committee’s judges who will issue a verdict this month Platini is implicated in the same probe and investigators have called for a lifetime ban against him but the requested punishment against Blatter is not yet known US prosecutors are investigating several top football officials in a quest to root out graft at FIFA Late last week 16 officials were charged over corruption in what the US justice department called an "outrageous" betrayal of trust by those who govern the world’s most beloved sport The most recent charges included the pre-dawn arrests of two FIFA vice presidents at a luxury Zurich hotel While eight people implicated in US investigations have already pleaded guilty Attorney General Loretta Lynch has said there remain 27 defendants from within global football alleged to have taken more than $200 million (183 million euros) in bribes and kickbacks over decades Fallen Trinidad and Tobago honcho Jack Warner has accused the US of trying to "take over" FIFA with its anti-corruption investigations alleging that the country is seeking to strip Qatar and Russia of their upcoming World Cups AFP Mumbai: Indian Premier League (IPL) Chief Operating Officer (COO) Sundar Raman has quit from his post putting an end to the intense speculation over his future in the wake of the change of regime in the BCCI In an effort to clean up the system the BCCI has promptly accepted Raman’s resignation It has been learnt that he had been asked by BCCI President Shashank Manohar to put in his papers by 31 October File picture of Sundar Raman Getty "Yes he (Raman) has submitted his resignation to the BCCI President and BCCI President has accepted it" IPL Chairman Rajeev Shukla said "No doubt he was a very competent person and looked after IPL all these years with maximum ability and command I appreciate his contribution to the IPL and wish him best for his future" Acccording to a top source Raman met BCCI president Shashank Manohar in Nagpur yesterday and submitted his resignation Soon after taking charge of his second stint Manohar had expressed his displeasure over the BCCI’s decision to retain Raman after his name cropped up in the 2013 IPL spot-fixing scandal Raman who had been associated with IPL since its inception faced a lot of flak following the outbreak of 2013 IPL spot-fixing scandal involving former Board President N Srinivasan’s son-in-law Gurunath Meiyappan and Rajasthan Royals’ then co-owner Raj Kundra Despite all the controversies Raman managed to sail through for two years In December last year when the Supreme Court made certain parts of the Mudgal Committee report public Raman was decreed to have been ‘in touch with a contact of a bookmaker eight times during the last IPL season’ The Mudgal Committee in its report had observed that Raman’s role should be further investigated But Shukla said there was no pressure from inside on Raman to quit "I don’t see any pressure So far no report has come against him He must have given some thought before taking this decision" he said Justice Mukul Mudgal who headed the probe committee that investigated 2013 IPL betting scandal today welcomed the Raman’s resignation "There were allegations that incidents of betting were reported to him but action was not taken That has been put in our report that we submitted to the court" Justice Mudgal said "The Hon’ble Supreme Court observed that further investigation of his role should take place" "He should have resigned when the Supreme Court ordered investigation These are personal decisions and one can’t impose one’s moral standards on the other But better late than never" he added PTI The function was attended by many serving and retired defence service personnel. 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