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The MT-CET, Read More After seeing the increase in number of onlookers and fans at the shoot locations, “What better occasion than this ‘wedding of the year’ for PETA to honour Kareena’s compassion and to do our part to get Saifeena off to a deliciously sweet start in their new life together?” said PETA India Chief Executive officer Poorva Joshipura in a statement For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Published: August 13 2017 2:26 am Compared to the plight of Arsenal Chelsea and Liverpool on the opening weekend this was an assignment smoothly negotiated by Pep Guardiola’s team (Source: AP) Top News Avoiding the strains and struggles endured by its title rivals Manchester City is off to a winning start City took 70 minutes to break through Brighton’s resistance and was aided by the English Premier League newcomer’s carelessness to ensure it left the southern seaside resort with a 2-0 victory on Saturday But compared to the plight of Arsenal Chelsea and Liverpool on the opening weekend this was an assignment smoothly negotiated by Pep Guardiola’s team Arsenal raised the curtain on the season by only just overcoming Leicester 4-3 on Friday night before Liverpool conceded a stoppage-time goal to draw at Watford 3-3 on Saturday lunchtime Then in the most volatile result so far Chelsea opened its title defense by imploding with a 3-2 loss to Burnley and ending the game with nine men “We spoke about that” Guardiola said after Saturday’s last game “what happened with Liverpool and what happened at Chelsea” No wonder Guardiola was so relieved at the start of his second season in charge “The first game is always complicated” said Guardiola a title-winner with Barcelona and Bayern Munich “We saw this weekend what happened in many games So it is so complicated From my experience even in Barcelona too The first game especially with the newly promoted when they have the passion the fans no pressure it is always difficult and we did it” Brighton though was successfully repelling City’s potent strike force until a costly lapse Brighton midfielder Dale Stephens dithered around the halfway before being dispossessed by Kevin de Bruyne David Silva then slotted the ball through for Sergio Aguero to apply the finish past goalkeeper Maty Ryan with 20 minutes to go The south-coast side fell further behind in the 75th minute when Lewis Dunk under pressure from Gabriel Jesus headed Fernandinho’s cross into his own net in Brighton’s first game in the top-flight in 34 years “We were stable” Guardiola said “We conceded just one opening after one corner and after that nothing happened We tried to improve to attack more fluently a little bit quicker a little more precise a little more accuracy in our passes” It helps when you have the luxury of resources to bring a trio of attacking players worth a combined $175 million off the bench with Leroy Sane Raheem Sterling and Bernardo Silva helping to wear down Brighton “It is not easy to attack 10 players there” Guardiola said City which finished trophyless last season starts again as title favorite with bookmakers after spending than more than 200 million pounds ($260 million) on strengthening the squad Guardiola though is cautious Especially after seeing City reel off 10 successive victories to open the last league campaign only to finish third “Last season I was sitting here after the Sunderland game and you said you are the favorites most beautiful handsome and nice guys in the league” Guardiola said “And after you know what happened last season Chelsea kill us OK we accept what the people say and all we have to try is improve and improve” Even Brighton took some encouragement from the game despite being unable to emulate fellow newcomer Huddersfield and open with a win Facing City provided some symmetry for Brighton It was a loss to City in May 1983 that sent Brighton tumbling out of the old first division The south coast side plummeted into the fourth tier and came close to dropping out of the professional leagues two decades ago before the ascent to the world’s richest league began “There will be bigger scorelines than this in some Man City games because of the quality that they have got” Brighton manager Chris Hughton said “One good thing is that there is a very disappointed changing room in there which shows that it means something to them and it shows that they know that for 70 minutes we were very much in the game” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Bharat Sundaresan | Updated: June 24 2017 10:26 am The first ODI between India and West Indies was played in front of empty stands at Queen’s Park Oval It didn’t help that it rained after 392 overs in the Indian innings (Source: AP) Related News “It’s like someone just turned off the volume at the Oval” Anil Balliram knows a thing or two about playing and watching cricket at the Queen’s Park Oval He opened the batting for Trinidad & Tobago for half-a-dozen years in the 1990s playing alongside the likes of Mervyn Dillon and Dinanath Ramnarine And he’s spent an entire lifetime soaking in the carnival-like atmosphere at what the locals refer to as simply the “O-vvval” And Balliram isn’t exaggerating either when he talks about the silence that greeted him on Friday Balliram and his family wife Reshma and two sons turned up here around 930 am and were taken aback by a number of factors For starters the match was already underway They were in fact half-an-hour late Their tickets had after all mentioned the starting time as 930 am It’s like even those printing the tickets didn’t expect anyone to show up at the ground as early as 9 in Trinidad But honestly those in charge of printing the tickets aren’t to be blamed for the time discrepancy ODIs have historically commenced at 930 am And the advancement in times is totally to do with the convenience of the viewers back in India so that they don’t have to stay up too late to watch the entire match Tony Doon who’s been watching cricket here for nearly 30 years shakes his head when he hears the explanation for the earlier start “So basically they want Indian fans to sleep more and want us to sleep less and wake up earlier How does that work Isn’t this supposed to be a home series for us and not them” a peeved Doon says By the time Doon and his friends walked in though the Ballirams were already there and settled in at the Cyril Duprey Stand which is generally one of the first areas to get filled up on the opposite end of the pavilion The rest of the stadium too carried a deserted look even the most popular areas The Scotiabank Stand was bare without a soul in there And the Trini Posse Stand which generally is the closest you’ll see a Mardi Gras vibe at a cricket ground most astonishingly was inhabited by four Indian fans and a solitary Indian flag and not a sound There was no calypso chutney or soca playing from the PA system during the over-breaks either It did actually feel like someone had accidentally switched on the mute button at the Oval and while at it also locked the gates outside For except the 40-odd including the Ballirams scattered around in the bucket-seats that occupy the many three-storey stands at the Oval nobody seemed to be showing up To the extent that an American flag made a conspicuous appearance at the expense of the red Trini flags that generally are the ones you see being waved around copiously Both Doon and Balliram though admit that the change of timings is not the sole reason for the drastic dwindling of audiences for ODIs across the Caribbean Recent results especially against Afghanistan have only turned more cricket fans in the islands away and like Doon puts it the only reason people would even turn up here would be to see the Indian stars “The interest has dwindled over time In the days gone by you could say the crowds will come in later because the West Indies would be batting second But who’d want to come and watch this West Indies team bat So don’t expect people to come in later” says Doon “What’s worse is most of the people you see here are on free tickets And there are others who have those too But nobody cares anymore about West Indies playing ODI cricket” he adds “What’s the difference between a coconut and a Trini At least you can get a drink out of a coconut” It’s a rude yet common joke you hear about Trinis considering they’re hailed as being the stingiest among people in the Caribbean Isle But of late their economy is struggling too The USD is now up to 7 Trini dollars for the first time in decades Jobs are becoming harder to hold on to and locals admit that the streets aren’t as safe as they used to be till a few years ago Shutting down of stalls Another reason for fans to stay away is the shutting down of pretty much all the beverage and food stalls which used to be a major feature of cricket in Trinidad Tickets for first ODI said start time of 930 AM though first ball was bowled at 9 AM Except the one little shop behind the Trini Posse stand which sells beer at heightened prices fans are forced to exit the stadium and head to the Roti shops on Tragerete Road when they’re hungry “It’s not profitable anymore to have these stalls as often we end up having near-empty stadiums It’s only during the CPL that things start spicing up” says the vendor at the solitary stall There are more practical reasons for crowds avoiding the Oval on Friday Since Monday was a holiday for Labour Day and very few turned up for work on Tuesday owing to the hurricane taking Friday off wasn’t an option for many The kids are away as it’s exam season in most schools around the island And with heavy rain forecast over the weekend not many are expecting Sunday to be any different in terms of crowd turn-out or the Oval finding its once-boisterous voice again “If the West Indies even get over 200 against what will certainly be a 300+ total by India then you might see some interest among the locals to show up on Sunday If they get humbled then expect more of the same” says Balliram For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsImamganj (Bihar): Dilapidated havelis and crumbling kothis of Muslim zamindars of the bygone era at Thana Kothi in Imamganj 70 km from Gaya still stand testimony to the power of ‘Khan Sahibs’ They built private militia of their own comparable to the much-dreaded Ranvir Sena Amidst scores of private armies raised by upper caste Hindu Rajputs and Bhumihars in Bihar such as Ranvir Sena Lorik Sena Bhoomi Sena Kisan Sangh and others the ‘Sunlight Sena’ of Imamganj was one of its kind being the only Muslim militia in Bihar that dominated the region in the ’90s Representational image PTI More than 25 years after it came into existence in 1989 Sunlight Sena today has no relevance It’s dead and over But it seems that the shadow of this Muslim militia would polarise the Muslims voters of Imamganj assembly constituency – between the rich upper caste and the backward caste poor Muslims The discrimination has widened Interestingly the Sunlight Sena was initially formed by two Rajput feudal lords – Ranjit Singh of Raniganj and Vinod Singh of Bisrampur – to deal with the armed squads of the Naxals of the region comprising Maoist Communist Centre (MCC) CPI (M-L) Liberation and other ultra-Left groups and their Dalit sympathisers But soon the Rajputs withdrew and handed over the private army to Muslim feudal lords – the Pathans or Khans "The Pathans and the Rajputs enjoyed good camaraderie which is still there Over the years infighting began in the Sunlight Sena on the issue of controlling the funds It was needed to buy arms and maintain the cadre Ultimately Hafeez Zafarullah Khan and Ataur Rehman Syed got the control But in due course criminals and anti-social elements of the region like Aslam Raza Ehasaan Khan Shaukat Khan etc started exercising influence in the outfit and got into extortion abduction and criminal activities These criminals started oppressing the backward castes among Muslims such as the Ansaris” said Mukim Ansari of Nandai panchayat speaking to Firstpost He showed a dilapidated haveli of one of the Khans who had been a prominent figure in the Sunlight Sena According to village elders Sunlight Sena was a symbol of terror in the region which the feudal lords had formed to protect their vast stretches of land and fiefdom “The Sunlight Sena was meant to fight out the onslaught of the ‘Naxalees’ (Naxals) In the process the poor agricultural labourers were not allowed to voice their concern Their voices were suppressed Atrocities were inflicted upon the Dalits who were apparently Naxal sympathisers” said 75-year old Mukhtar Ansari Later the criminals posing as members of the Sunlight Sena started extortion from the Ansari community “There were many people from our community who had left Imamganj or Bihar to work outside or do business Some of them were well-to-do These criminals used to pressurize the family members of such individuals living in Imamganj and extort money” he added As these upper caste Muslims share comfortable relationship with the Bhumihars and Rajputs the backward caste of Ansaris Qureshis Mansuris etc have got polarised"We won’t support Vidhan Sabha Speaker and Mahagathbandhan candidate Uday Narayan Chaudhary any longer because he symbolizes oppression and tyranny After Chaudhary was elected for the first time the Maoists attacked Muslims in villages and many were killed Instead of helping the minorities Chaudhary openly supported the Maoists" said Hamid Ansari of village Jondhi He added "The upper caste Muslims like Khans Sheikhs and Syeds openly abuse Ansaris and say ‘Ansari badjaat hain inhe ladki dene ke bajaye Hindu ke ghar mein do’ (It’s better to get your daughter married to a Hindu rather than to an ill-caste Ansari boy)" Chaudhary is not only the assembly Speaker but he’s also five-time MLA from Imamganj constituency His “open association with the Maoists” has drifted backward caste Muslim voters like the Dalits because unlike the ideology of the Left Wing Extremists (LWE) who are apparently pro-poor pro-Dalits the Maoist group in Bihar in several cases have sided with the upper caste Bhumihars or the Yadavs (like in the case of Chaudhary and Lalu Prasad Yadav) and killed Dalits This Muslim caste conflict also has a Siwan connection “In the past when some Ansaris were killed by the upper caste members the community representatives approached Syed Nizamuddin the Amir Imarat-e-Shariat of Phulwari Sharif near Siwan district to take up their case in Delhi but he didn’t Instead he lobbied for the upper caste This has also widened the gap between the upper and backward castes Ansaris made a big contribution in the India’s freedom movement” explained businessman Mohd Targheeb Alam Ansari who has a personal archive of the history of the Ansaris Muslims constitute 13percentof the population in Imamganj out of which 28000 are Ansari voters They are confident that former CM Jitan Ram Manjhi who’s now contesting from Imamganj as an ally of NDA would win with a big margin “He’s also a victim of discrimination of the upper caste like us More than 50% of the Ansaris will support Manjhi In Bihar the caste factor matters strongly Bringing back Lalu Prasad Yadav will prove disastrous for Bihar” added Mukim Ansari By: Express Web Desk | Updated: September 12 2016 9:51 pm Deepa Malik is participating in her second Olympic after she participates in London 2012 Games (Source: File) Top News Deepa Malik scripts history by becoming the first Indian woman to win a Paralympic medal on Monday Arjuna awardee bagged a silver medal in the shotput F-53 event With the win she confirmed India’s third medal from the Rio Paralympics with Mariyappan Thangavelu winning the gold in the men’s high jump T-42 event while Varun Bhati bagged bronze in the same Deepa threw her personal best 461m in her sixth and final attempt as she finished second behind Bahrain’s Fatema Nedham who registered 476m mark to win gold Dimitra Korokida of Greece took bronze with a throw of 428m She will receive a cash award of Rs 4 crore under Haryana Sports Scheme for winning the silver medal Under cash award scheme of Sports Ministry Deepa Malik will get 50 lakh rupees Congratulations — Dept of Sports MYAS (@IndiaSports) 12 September 2016 Another silver medal for India… Deepa Malik Its strange we had Sakshi Malik and Deepa karmakar now v have a new champ Deepa Malik — Heena sidhu (@HeenaSidhu10) 12 September 2016 Congratulations Deepa Malik on Winning the Silver Medal at the Paralympic Games You have Made the Entire Nation Proud — Dr Ashwani Kumar (@DrAshwani_Kumar) 12 September 2016 Congrats #DeepaMalik for the #Silver ???” said an official. 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