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No rules were broken as the players were officially off that night," Australia coach Darren Lehmann agreed but fully supported the day-night Test concept. who was riding a two-wheeler, A G K Menon, Menon said the members will soon go on a site visit to see how the park has been redeveloped.the studio and the stage?said Grammy-winning guitarist Tom Morello in the magazineciting Hendrix’s ‘Purple Haze’ and ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ as key tracks Hendrix is joined by the likes of Eric ClaptonBB KingKeith RichardsJimmy Page and Pete Townshend among the top 10in a list laden with rock ‘n’ roll icons spanning decades The panel of experts recruited to vote for their favorite guitar players included musicians such as Lenny KravitzEddie Van Halen (who was voted No 8)Brian May and Dan Auerbach from The Black Keysalong with a selection of Rolling Stone’s senior writers and editors The experts also weighed in on their favoriteswith Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready calling Eddie Van Halen a master of riffs and Joe Perry praising Jimmy Page’s vision of how to transcend the stereotypes of what the guitar can do The full list will be featured in a special issue with four special covers of Van HalenClaptonHendrix and Pageand will be on newsstands on Friday Rolling Stone’s top 10 greatest guitarists were: 1 Jimi Hendrix 2 Eric Clapton 3 Jimmy Page 4 Keith Richards 5 Jeff Beck 6 BB King 7 Chuck Berry 8 Eddie Van Halen 9 Duane Allman 10 Pete Townshend For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsChennai: AIADMK leader TTV Dhinakaran camp MLAs have furnished an interim reply to Tamil Nadu speaker P Dhanapal’s notice which followed a plea by Government Chief Whip S Rajendran to disqualify them MLAs have also sought some documents from Dhanapal to enable them furnish their final replies an advocate who represented the legislators before the speaker said on Thursday N Raja Senthoor Pandian who represented Dhinakaran’s 18 loyalist MLAs said protection of Karnataka police was sought for legislators to appear before the speaker for final hearing he said flanked by MLA P Vetrivel "We have said that we (MLAs) will be coming for final hearing (enquiry) we have not given in writing that we will not at all come (for final hearing)" he told reporters at the secretariat premises File image of TTV Dhinakaran Getty Images "There is no delaying tactic give us documents we will reply (final reply) to it for coming (for final hearing) we are asking Karnatka police protection" he said and added that a plea seeking protection has been submitted "We have said that we do not want Tamil Nadu police. there is no obstacle in us coming for hearing if given (Karnataka police) protection" he said and referred to a complaint by MLAs staying in Coorg to Karnataka police Dhinakaran had alleged yesterday that the ruling faction led by Chief Minister K Palaniswamy was "intimidating" his loyalists MLAs who were now camping in Karnataka by sending police after them His loyalist MLAs had also lodged a complaint with Karnataka police claiming harassment by Tamil Nadu police Dhinakaran camp MLAs’ interim reply comes days after Dhanapal directed them to appear before him on Thursdayby sending a third notice on 8 September The speaker’s action followed a plea by Rajendran to him on 24 August seeking the disqualification of 19 Dhinakaran camp MLAs under the Tenth Schedule of the Constitution Rajendran had sought their disqualification after the 19 MLAs petitioned Governor Ch Vidyasagar Rao to remove Chief Minister K Palaniswamy following the merger of factions led by Palaniswamy and O Panneerselvam now deputy chief minister One of the 19 MLAs STK Jakkaiyan had since switched to Palaniswamy’s camp and he had also reportedly appeared before Dhanapal and given his explanation Raja Senthoor Pandian said the interim reply with documents explains the basis and background of the MLAs meeting the Governor last month MLAs met Rao only in compliance of the party diktak he said He claimed that there was no violation of rules by the MLAs and they had not "betrayed the party and not left the party" Answering a question he said once they receive the documents from speaker they will be furinishing a final reply detailing their explanation and then MLAs could be asked to appear for personal hearing by the speaker The Madras High Court meanwhile today ordered that no floor test would be conducted in the Tamil Nadu Assembly till 20 September Justice M Duraiswami passed the interim order on a plea by DMK working president M K Stalin and MLA Vetrivel Citing pending disqualification proceedings against 19 MLAs loyal to Dhinkaran in view of their rebellion against Chief Minister K Palaniswamy the petitioners submitted that they apprehended the speaker might disqualify the legislators Another Dhinakaran loyalist Thanga Tamilselvan who is now staying at a resort in Karnataka told reporters there that "as a next step we are waiting to meet President and appeal to him" Senior ruling party leader and deputy speaker Pollachi V Jayaraman hit out at Stalin for desiring to become an "instant chief minister" and mocked at him saying it will remain a "pipe dream" He said the State government enjoyed majority as all "134 AIADMK MLAs" supported it Written by Sriram Veera | Guwahati | Updated: October 13 2017 9:01 am Jitendra Kumar (left) is team liaison officer for Honduras (Express Photo) Related News FIFA U-17 World Cup is not just a big stage for the teenaged players and their coaches but it has also provided a great opportunity for some Indian youths unconnected with the sport — as Team Liaison Officers (TLOs) Their job is to act as the bridge between FIFA and the teams be the voice of the teams who don’t know English or the local Indian language facilitate their travel around different cities and act as interpreters at press conferences Most of these TLOs are from Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) which has a reputed foreign languages programme “It’s one thing to converse in Spanish as I do with the Honduras team… But it’s a different kind of pressure when I am in front of television cameras and media and I have to get the coach’s views across” says Jitendra Kumar among those from JNU He makes it a point to pen down the key points before translating the questions for the coach or players Sometimes Jose Valladares the Honduras team’s coach speaks in rapid Spanish Jitendra then doesn’t get much time to collect his thoughts: cameras are rolling media personnel waiting to understand what was said “I have to find the appropriate English words understand the football terms and convey what he said” says Jitendra Another factor is the various dialects within a team “It’s tough to get all the dialects — there’s Franconian Alsatian Alemannic and Bavarian So it’s not just one uniform language” says Aditya Madan who is with Germany The TLOs were selected after a careful vetting process Earlier this year an advertisement was put out seeking volunteers fluent in French Korean Japanese Arabic Persian Spanish and Portuguese apart from English The applicants had to pass language tests — spoken and written — and even their accents were scrutinised For instance a TLO assigned to Colombia would not only have to know Spanish but also speak the same dialect as in Colombia They were also subjected to thorough background checks by the police Acting as interpreters at press conferences is just part of the job They take the team shopping and accompany the players everywhere — even to a hospital as in the case of Madan “One of them needed an MRI and that’s when I interacted with most of the players There are a few Turkish-origin players who asked me about Bollywood and if I had met Shah Rukh Khan” recalls Madan Ansari Abdul Rahman who is from Azamgarh and is currently pursuing his MPhil from Delhi University has been assigned to Iran “I studied Persian all my life… Persian poetry has a 2000-year-old history Iran’s coach comes from a city of great Persian poets… I don’t want to make any mistake” he says For some like Mohsin New Caledonia’s TLO it is an opportunity to learn another language While he is proficient in Spanish he is picking up Arabic as well “I would then know Spanish and Arabic… It will give me a chance to work in North African countries like Morocco Tunisia” he says Professor Vijay Rajan who is with the Mali team is a law professor at a Delhi University college He speaks French and has lived in Africa (Mali Senegal and Nigeria) for over four years Veer Kartik the Paraguay TLO who is also from JNU has been learning Spanish since 2015 Mohammad Rizvan a student from Uttar Pradesh who has been assigned to Turkey is of Turkish ancestry Vikram Rudraksh who learnt French applied for the post just before his Class XII Board exams He has been assigned to Niger He once aspired to be a footballer and still plays for Real Sports Club in Gurgaon He hopes to be a part of the Indian team “I want to do some course related to data science in college so that I can be a part of the team as a data analyst” he says For Jitendra learning Spanish is his ticket to “travelling the world and understanding different cultures” He spent the last two years trying to crack the civil services exam “I shut down my phone cut out all entertainment and just studied” he says He got through the prelims but the next step proved elusive “Language mein bahut paisa hai (There is a lot of money in language) People don’t understand that I didn’t want a 9 to 5 job at some corporate — I want more from life” he says — With inputs from Shivani Naik in Margao Sandip G in Kochi For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Seema Chishti | Updated: December 15 2014 2:13 am In the latter part of the book Gawande takes us on to the even more difficult emotional terrain of preparing for and meeting death in case of terminal illness Related News Atul Gawande US-based doctor and writer has written his most recent book ‘Being Mortal’ on some very difficult questions — about mortality and medical science and care He is also known for his “checklist manifesto” where he advocates for a checklist to help create a system for individual doctors to deal with complex medical situations and sometimes even seemingly simple ones Gawande is also researching the ability of the checklist to improve the quality of care in public hospitals in Uttar Pradesh He spoke to Seema Chishti: How did you come up with the idea of checklists for health an idea from the aviation industry It came out of my experience as a young surgeon trying to learn about effective surgery I realised that while the last century was one of an immense number of discoveries we needed something that allowed knowledge and complex skills to somehow come together into something that could make a large difference if you did it right As I looked into other fields I realised that one of the things people do when they are overwhelmed is create a checklist So we devised a checklist for surgical care to capture the most complex moments when even experts can get it wrong We tested it in Delhi Toronto Seattle and Manila and in every hospital complications and deaths fell by more than a third What about your experience with checklists in India We thought about how in the lowest income groups childbirth had emerged as a challenge There are several things that could go wrong during childbirth and though people were coming to hospitals the mortality rate was not dropping That was because of poor care So we worked with the World Health Organisation and created a checklist of 30 important steps from the time a pregnant woman comes into the hospital to when she leaves with the baby We started it in Belgaum in Karnataka and found that it improved performance to up to 80 per cent We then under the better birth programme applied it to UP on a much-bigger scale and interacted with different health centres there to identify problems and allow them to come up with their own solutions Will it work Give us some years we will tell you if it does Healthcare became a big political issue in the US and you have a system now in place in your country Does it help to make issues of healthcare political Will that help it take off in India in your opinion Two things in a person’s life really impact on it — healthcare and education We in the US and you in India are always asking why it’s not top of the agenda After many years and many unsuccessful attempts by several US presidents we have a universal healthcare programme that could cover everybody But it cost Barack Obama two elections to get here Here too health and education are important People’s experience of corruption is through their inability to access healthcare and education In UP what happened to the $2 billion that was to go towards securing rural child birth In my father’s village in rural Maharashtra a relative’s wife had to pay five years’ wages to secure a government teaching job She then had to start charging kids to pay that back So health and education have to be on the agenda when you fight corruption There are many studies that indicate that the biggest predictor of survival in childbirth is the corruption index Wherever it is low more kids make it In your latest book ‘Being Mortal’ how difficult was it to be a doctor and talk about death rather than the prospect of avoiding it It was hard on one level but at another level I am attracted to problems that confuse me and which I keep encountering when I practise In medical school we are taught how to fix a problem But not enough time is spent on problems we cannot fix When I first started practising I found I was running into problems of frailty chronic illness and old age which I wouldn’t be able to fix Our mode is always to have something more to offer another operation we can do But there comes a point when the key uncomfortable skill is to recognise that people have priorities in their life beyond just surviving another day It requires us to ask them when treatments start to fail as to what they want from life There are multiple studies that show that early treatments benefit people But if and when they start failing and you discussed it with them they often choose to not take the aggressive course of action and spend more time at home or as active as possible We find that not only does their quality of life improve but they live 25 per cent longer than those who continue to opt for the more aggressive course of treatment How much does your Indian past inform your philosophy in a way that you are conscious of and can recognise I don’t know I feel like someone who has become part of many worlds I grew up in diverse settings — a small town in Ohio a college education that let me go to Stanford Oxford I was based in the medical Mecca of Boston married into an old southern family from the US and my mum came from Gujarat my father from rural Maharashtra and they met in New York Every bit of this feeds into me who I am what I write about I love the ability to ask questions that move across all of this I have had discussions about what dying meant in Boston Ohio and Delhi — each remarkably different but with patterns that are universal and bridge across them [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsShimla: Shyam Saran Negi Himachal Pradesh’s oldest voter aged 101 and his wife on Thursday cast their votes at a picturesque hamlet in Kinnaur district as elections were held to elect the 68-member Assembly in the hill state "I have never missed an opportunity in my life to vote" Negi told reporters in Kalpa some 275 kilometres from the state capital 101-year-old Shyam Saran Negi after casting his vote S Chauhan/Firstpost Last time he cast his vote was on 7 May 2014 during the Lok Sabha elections After casting his vote on Thursday the centenarian appealed to the voters to exercise their franchise "You must vote for a people-friendly government" he added His wife Hira Mani 10 years younger to him accompanied him to the polling booth almost a kilometre from their house The couple was among the first ones to vote said an election official A government school teacher who retired in 1975 Negi was among the first to vote in independent India’s first Lok Sabha elections in October 1951 in Chini constituency later renamed Kinnaur At that time balloting in the snow-bound area was held ahead of other places in the state and the country Click here to follow LIVE updates on Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election 2017 Puducherry: Congress General Secretary and former union minister V Narayanasamy on Monday took charge as the Chief Minister of Puducherry File image of Narayanasamy Ibnlive Lt Governor Kiran Bedi administered the oath of office and secrecy to Narayanasamy and to five ministers: R Kamalakannan M Kandasamy Malladi Krishna Rao A Namassivayam and MOHF Shahjahan The Congress which fought the 16 May elections in alliance with the DMK won 15 seats in the 30-member assembly The DMK won two seats After several deliberations Narayanasamy was elected the Congress Legislature Party leader some time back There were three contenders for the Chief Minister’s post – former Chief Minister V Vaithilingam party leader Namassivayam and Narayanasamy Narayanasamy did not contest in the 16 May elections He has to be elected to the assembly within six months Written by Dipanita Nath | Published: August 4 2017 12:15 am Ashique Hussain (above); Creative Producer Ashwath Bhatt Related News Salman Khan Himesh Reshammiya and Saurav Ganguly have something in common — they are all rumoured to have had hair transplants — that is not shared by actor Ashique Hussain He is a “100 per cent shuddh ganja” as he says in Shaadi Kara Do Baba a play about the adventure of a man with a shining top A solo by Hussain the play has been produced in collaboration with Ashwath Bhatt of the Theatre Garage Project “It is a marriage of stand-up and theatre with a hilarious script Only after the show do you see the undercurrents of a tragedy We have talked to many people who have said because of not having hair they have lost all confidence” says Bhatt the Creative Producer Shaadi Kara Do Baba will have its Delhi premiere at the Alliance Francaise on August 5 Excerpts from an interview with Bhatt: Indian women don’t find bald men hot: We thought of this play when Ashique and I were studying in London and he had a breakup Hollywood has Bruce Willis and Vin Diesel bald stars with huge fan bases but in India a hero cannot be ganja Ask Salman Khan There’s another side of the coin when girls think baldness means wisdom And then there’s Anupam Kher: The play includes five songs performed live which includes Ye mere bichhre baalo composed by Anupam Kher From Virat Kohli to the vendor of puran poli: Everybody has a signature haircut In the play we discuss the Buzz Cut the Mullet cut and the Pompadour The Indian cricket captain has the Undercut There used to be the Rat Tail inspired by the thin braid that hung down the back of the neck It’s lonely on top: In the play nobody wants to be friends with our hero The pretty girl from office will have tea with the chaprasi but not even talk to him The matrimonial proposals his parents send out come back with one reply “But he’s bald” When all else fails the protagonist turns to a baba A hair-raising prediction: In future nobody will be bald The hair transplant industry is pegged at multi-billion dollars and is growing by the day Soon parents will set aside funds and take out insurance policies for the future of their children’s hair It happens to women too: Baldness in women is quite another issue and a very serious one involving gender discrimination We don’t touch upon that in this play One to one: The hour-long play is designed as a direct monologue with the audience Ashique essays almost eight characters and sings There is a lot of farce to break the realism but humour dominates the narrative Shaadi Kara Do Baba will be staged at Alliance Francaise on August 5 and 6 at 545 pm and 8 pm respectively Tickets at Rs 350-Rs 500 available at Bookmyshow For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News Salman is seen wearing hot red pants in a couple of scenes as for leading lady Kareena.
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