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34. it was widely reported that Ranbir and co-star Katrina Kaif’s break up also caused the delay in the making.and?Parents should seek advice for their child’s sleep if they are concerned, he added In five- and six-year-oldsmost sleep problems are related to kids’ behaviorresearchers say Some of them still have poor sleep habits when they are going to bed too latethey don’t have a bedtime routineand many of them are still having parents stay with them when they go to sleep at night? an Easy Day outlet in Barabanki and the Delhi-based parent firm Easy Day, the 34-year-old Californian ended with a 72-hole total of 21-under-par to end three strokes clear of overnight leader Georgia Hall (69). "We (Purav and I) have played two tournaments together and now we have to work very hard. he also remains one of my truest friends. are being "strengthened by us by deploying more manpower and by technological inputs and gadgets. and added that he was told to bribe the Election Commission to keep the party’s original symbol of "two leaves".

Sindhu was never out of training even for a moment. "The series was very tough. For all the latest Entertainment News, Mumbai Central Station,said,The main problem areas for waterlogging are the regions surrounding Shahdara drain and the new underpasses which have been constructed there As many as 15 spots have been identifiedand one JE has been assigned to each spot The moment it starts rainingtheir role will be to drop whatever they are doingreach the spotand supervise the operation of the drainage pumps at these spots After one such pump was found stolenwe have also decided to place guards at these points at night This should help alleviate the theft problem? (Source: Reuters) Top News Viswanathan Anand continued with his fine form even though a victory eluded him against nemesis Hikaru Nakamura of United States in the third round of the Sinquefield Cup,the DCB has arrested 68 accused in the case. which last went to England this summer and lost badly there. which she edited with Mulk Raj Anand.Eleanor is gone but her work will inspire students in the history of social movements for years to come Teltumbde is author of ‘Mahad: The Making of the First Dalit Revolt’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | London | Updated: January 3 2017 6:16 pm Nicole Kidman says she tries to do films which appeal to her “artistic spirit” Top News Nicole Kidman says she tries to do films which appeal to her “artistic spirit”The 49-year-old actress hopes all of her movies will be successful she insisted she is not motivated by money but by her passion for her projects “I want the films to make money – if they cost a lot of money I don’t want people to lose – but I’ve got to keep my artistic spirit and I’ve got to approach it not from a strategic business place because that just makes me feel not good “So I ask other people to take care of that side of it … but let us make it It’s not a business for me” Oscar-winning actress Nicole Kidman who played the adoptive mother of Dev Patel’s character in Lion says she could really relate to him as a maternal figure on the film’s sets The 49-year-old star said she is looking forward to see where Patel’s career takes him in the future reported Femalefirst “I was maternal to him I was pretty much in character playing the role… I really just related to him as a mother I would go up to him and stroke his hair and touch his face and hold his hand He gave permission for that which was terrific… “I also think now you’ll see Dev as a leading man not as an Indian man or anything other than a leading man I look forward to his journey into all of that now” Kidman said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsKuttanad (Kerala): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday asked the people of Kerala to think of their future and not just change regimes as he continued his tirade against ruling UDF and the LDF saying both have failed to provide even drinking water to them in so many years Addressing his second election rally in Kuttanad Modi also accused the Congress and CPI(M) of covering each other’s corruption and said they would get to know that governments have to work for the people only when they are defeated A file photo of PM Modi PTI "Kerala is surrounded by water but still there is no drinking water here India will next year complete 70 years of her freedom Both Congress and Communists have ruled the state by turn (all these years) but they are not concerned about even providing drinking water" Modi whose party has so far played a marginal role in state politics said Asking the people whether those who have failed to provide even basic things like drinking water should be elected or not Modi said "both the Congress and Communists are in sync when it comes to indulging in corruption" "These people have decided to taste power for five years in rotation This way they decided not to look each other’s sins and open their files (expose corruption)" he said "You need to think if you just have to change the government or your future also" Modi exhorted the crowd This was his second election rally in the Southern State which is all set to go for polls on 16 May Earlier in the day at a poll rally at Kasaragod Modi had taken a dig at the two main political parties of Kerala saying both were "insulting" the educated people of Kerala through their adjustment politics "A new model of politics has come up in Kerala It is an adjustment politics politics of compromise politics of corruption and politics of contract to save each other" he said at the election meeting at Kasaragod "It is a contract rule between UDF and LDF For five years you rule and for another five years we will rule" This is how the two Fronts have been returning to power in the state Modi said attacking the two Fronts in the state" he had said By: Reuters | Wellington | Updated: October 12 2017 12:49 pm Colin Munro is on the ‘A’ tour and has principally batted in the middle order in his previous ODIs for New Zealand (Source: File) Related News Power-hitting left hander Colin Munro is likely to open New Zealand’s innings with Martin Guptill on the limited overs tour of India with Tom Latham dropping down the order coach Mike Hesson has said Hesson and nine members of the New Zealand squad left on Thursday for the tour which starts on October 22 and includes three one-day internationals and three T20 matches They will link up with six players from the New Zealand ‘A’ side currently in the subcontinent Munro 30 is on the ‘A’ tour and has principally batted in the middle order in his previous 24 ODIs for New Zealand While he has an average of just 2526 batting mostly at five or six in the order his strike rate of 9937 should make him a valuable partner for the similarly aggressive Guptill in trying to get New Zealand off to a flying start “We need to generate a strike rate at the top of the innings” Hesson said when asked by reporters in Christchurch about Munro joining Guptill at the top of the order “It would be fair to say Martin and Tom although they have had some really good performances individually they haven’t really clicked at the top and certainly haven’t generated a strike-rate as a pair that we would like” Hesson added that specialist top-order batsman George Worker could also be considered for the role while hard-hitting wicketkeeper-batsman Glenn Phillips was also a possibility The 20-year-old Phillips scored 140 not out in the second one-day match against India ‘A’ in Visakhapatnam two days ago batting at number three Worker and Munro opened the innings Hesson added that wicketkeeper was also a position he was looking at on the tour after Luke Ronchi retired from international cricket earlier this year Latham who was a wicketkeeper for much of his career before becoming a test opening batsman took the gloves earlier this year in limited overs matches but scored just nine runs in five innings at the top of the order Hesson however said the 25-year-old was still a possibility for the job even with Phillips and Tom Blundell both of whom have played international Twenty20 cricket and the uncapped Tim Siefert on the ‘A’ tour “Tom Latham is very much a possibility” Hesson said “We have got three others on the New Zealand ‘A’ tour there so we will have a look at them and make a decision over the next few days But Tom is the most experienced of the keepers The other three are still developing” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Ponte Vedra Beach | Published: July 12 2017 11:58 am PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan said his top priority in his first year was to make Arnold Palmer proud (Source: AP) Top News Jay Monahan never said his first priority as PGA Tour commissioner was for every player to be just like Arnold Palmer That would be asking for the impossible Consider one of the many remarkable stories in Tom Callahan’s book “Arnie” Two men from Chicago Jeff Roberts and Wally Schneider were serving in Vietnam and wrote to Palmer seeking help with their bunker shots (when they weren’t shooting from bunkers) Palmer not only replied he sent two sand wedges and golf balls along with his sincere wishes for a safe and speedy return Roberts went to the Western Open when he got home He waited for Palmer outside the clubhouse at Olympia Fields and told him that he was one of the soldiers to whom Palmer had sent the sand wedges in Vietnam “Are you Jeff or Wally” Palmer said to him Monahan’s eyes lit up when he heard the story Tuesday His own memories of the King date to 1996 when Monahan was an event planner at EMC and was sent to the Skills Challenge the company sponsored because no one else wanted to go Palmer was playing for the first time Monahan was seated next to him “He invited me to play his golf course He made me feel like I was the most important person in the room” Monahan said “I’ll never forget that” Nearly two decades later after Tim Finchem appointed Monahan his deputy commissioner Finchem took him to see Palmer at his home in Latrobe Pennsylvania Palmer had a medical issue come up a few days earlier but insisted they not cancel their visit He spent two hours talking about his competitive days the formation of the PGA Tour anything they wanted to know Monahan went home to Florida and wrote it all down He was at Palmer’s memorial service last October struck by how eight speakers could stitch together a life well played So when Monahan took over as commissioner in January and met with reporters the first question was his priority for the year “I would say when we leave on Dec 31st it’s to make Mr Palmer proud” he said “So we can look up to heaven and feel great about what we accomplished” Halfway through the year Monahan gives the tour a grade of “incomplete” but only because it’s still July and “we have more work to do” But he has seen enough to believe the tour is on the right track Monahan saw it in Bob Steber who celebrated 50 years as a volunteer at the Farmers Insurance Open and caddied in the first tournament in 1952 “That’s one moment in time that Arnold would have a big smile on his face to see a man sustain that level of commitment to the game” he said He saw it at the Dell Technologies Match Play in Texas when Dustin Johnson walked between rows of fans on his way to the next tee with both arms outstretched to slap hands with them That didn’t stop even as the match momentarily turned against him Monahan noticed Xander Schauffele walk off the 18th green after a birdie that led to his first PGA Tour victory at The Greenbrier Classic and hand his glove to a kid He saw Brooks Koepka win his first major at the US Open and sign autographs “well into the night” Jordan Spieth holed a bunker shot to win the Travelers Championship and reacted by slinging his club and body-bumping his caddie a moment shared around the world on social media It was pure passion Imagine if social media had been around when Palmer slung his visor after winning the US Open at Cherry Hills Some things about Palmer can’t be copied by anyone “It’s really hard to articulate” Monahan said “but I’ve never in my life watched someone be able to connect with such a diverse group of people and always stay in the moment That’s one of the greatest gifts he’s given anyone” (Another story from “Arnie” was Bob Hope’s first impression of Palmer: “I knew a little something about star power And he had it Without trying he made you smile” And this from former US Rep Dan Rostenkowski of Illinois: “He was about the only thing Democrats and Republicans had in common”) Monahan shared his priority with the players at a mandatory meeting in January at Torrey Pines The message was to make Arnie proud From the two hours they spent in Latrobe Monahan recognized that Palmer saw himself as a caretaker of the game That’s not too much to ask of anyone else is it “If nothing else if you think about that we will have grown and gotten to a better place as a tour and as a game” Monahan said One memory that sticks with Monahan was joining Finchem and Palmer for their annual lunch in 2015 during the Arnold Palmer Invitational Palmer had his usual fare _ a hot dog and french fries Rory McIlroy at the time No 1 in the world was playing the event for the first time and came over to the table to tell Palmer he was happy to be there and that Bay Hill was in great shape Palmer immediately flipped the conversation to offer McIlroy anything he needed whether it was lodging tickets even ice cream “Rory said: `Mr Palmer thanks to you I have everything I could ever need in my life I’m all set”’ Monahan said “Arnold teared up It was a pretty cool moment” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: Snapping its six-day long winning run silver prices retreated from 28-month high by falling Rs 1065 to Rs 46650 per kg at the bullion market today tracking a weak trend overseas amid reduced offtake by industrial units at the domestic market However gold held steady in scattered deals despite a weak trend in global markets Bullion traders said sentiment turned bearish after a weak trajectory in global markets as the dollar snapped five days of losses eroding demand for a safe haven? as we know.

the exiters expressed the fear that the UK had lost control over its own affairs and they wanted to reclaim independence.Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: July 24 India had long argued that the G-7 is no longer a legitimate body. Soon after the tainted duo’s elevation to the honourary posts,21 persons had to wait 20-30 minutes in the queue while 35 had to wait 16 -20 minutes. “Crossing the nuclear threshold is so fateful a decision that even strong American Presidents in the past have baulked at exercising it." said Biplob Bijoy Talukder, ?Nariman point has seen a marginal absorption of 10, But Lee insisted: "It is not the calculation.

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