The continuous days

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The continuous days can be tiring.

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The 70-year-old “Chhoti Si Baat” star, Pakistan’s Shoaib Malik stands out as he has been selected for his sixth successive tournament.we are still contemplating the matter, he added He added that the new information came in Rabiyas second statementin which she alleged there were bruise marks on Jiahs cheeks [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Updated: March 3 2014 12:53 pm Related News In a renewed effort to teach Mandarin to students the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has introduced the language in 22 schools across the country The schools — in Delhi Mumbai Bangalore Raipur Jaipur and Kolkata — started teaching the language from January in classes VI and VII For the pilot project the CBSE has tied up with Hanban — China’s national office for teaching Chinese as a foreign language “Of the 22 schools 11 schools are run by the Directorate of Education Delhi Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan and Jawahar Navodaya Samiti The rest are independent schools affiliated to the CBSE” CBSE chairman Vineet Joshi said “Hanban has deputed 22 native Chinese teachers to teach Mandarin Chinese on a pilot basis in India Chinese teachers will not only be able to teach their own language better but will also add perspective Students would also get to learn about the country its art culture and tradition” he said Demand for learning Chinese has been growing Recognising the fact in 2011 the CBSE introduced Mandarin as a foreign language but was forced to withdraw it in January 2012 because Indian teachers were unable to pick up the language Mandarin currently being taught on a pilot basis is expected to be introduced as a full-fledged foreign language from April 2014 “Currently the language is being taught more as a hobby class But from the coming academic session we hope to offer it as a full-fledged foreign language option like French and German” Jyoti Arora principal Mount Abu Public School said Other schools in the city teaching Mandarin include Tagore International School (Vasant Vihar) Salwan Public School (Rajinder Nagar) KIIT World School (Pitampura) Rajkiya Pratibha Vidyalaya (Dwarka) and Rajkiya Pratibha Vidyalaya (Rohini) Currently the CBSE offers 34 languages at the secondary and senior secondary level of which 12 are foreign languages For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: August 7 2015 7:52 pm Producer Ritesh Sidhwani says he is open to discussing the impending box-office clash of his Shah Rukh Khan-starrer “Raees” with Salman Khan-led “Sultan” with Yash Raj Films’ head Aditya Chopra Related News Producer Ritesh Sidhwani says he is open to discussing the impending box-office clash of his Shah Rukh Khan-starrer “Raees” with Salman Khan-led “Sultan” with Yash Raj Films’ head Aditya Chopra The Excel Entertainment honcho said releasing the two big films will not be beneficial for anyone “Right now I have full intention to release ‘Raees’ on Eid next year 90 per cent of the shoot is over By November the film will be complete There is no ego I am very fond of Yash Raj films and close to them” Ritesh told PTI “I have not got a chance to speak to them but let them start filming ‘Sultan’ Maybe Salman me Shah Rukh Farhan and Adi should sit down together and discuss it It is not beneficial for either one of us to come on the same day Business of both the films will be hampered We will take a call” “Raees” also starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Pakistani actress Mahira Khan in her Bollywood debut is being directed by Rahul Dholakia “Sultan” which will see Salman as a wrestler for the first time on the big screen will be directed by Ali Abbas Zafar of “Mere Brother Ki Dulhan” The movie will begin shooting later this year The filmmaker said it did not take him much time to convince Shah Rukh 49 for “Raees” as he got hooked by the line ‘Baniye Ka dimaag aur miyanbhai ki daring’ which also featured on the film’s first poster “I called up Shah Rukh and told him there is this director Rahul Dholakia who has made fine films I told him the script is wonderful and exciting I just gave him one line from the film ‘Baniye ka dimaag and miyanbhai ki daring’ “He said ‘I am doing the film’ That’s exactly what happened and we both started laughing on the phone He heard the script after a few weeks and said ‘Let’s start shooting the film’” Ritesh said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Karachi | Published: December 6 2016 1:32 pm Saqlain Mushtaq confirmed that he has signed a contract to assist English spinners during the three-match ODI series (Source: AP) Top News Former Pakistan off-spinner Saqlain Mushtaq will continue to help the touring English spinners in the upcoming ODI series in India Saqlain confirmed that he had signed a contract to assist English spinners Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid during the three-match ODI series against India Saqlain who was hired by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) to help the English spinners for the first two Tests will continue in his role in the ODI series starting from January 15 After a draw in the first Test England has been outplayed in the next two Tests by the Indian spinners particularly Ravichandran Ashwin who has taken 15 wickets in the three matches Saqlain told the Pakistani media from England that he had enjoyed coaching the English players in India despite the ongoing tensions between the two neighbouring countries “I faced no problems and it was a good experience for me as a bowling coach and consultant” Saqlain said He also felt that the English spinners were eager learners and would improve as the series progresses But Saqlain espressed his desire to work with Pakistan cricket “It is a matter of pride for me that I am asked to help spinners from different countries but my wish is still to give something back to Pakistan cricket” he said “I am ready to offer my services to the Pakistan Cricket Board whenever they need me” Saqlain who was hired for a short time by the PCB to work with Saeed Ajmal last year said Director Academies Mudassar Nazar had indicated to him that his services would be required soon in Pakistan For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBuenos Aires: Argentina’s navy said on Thursday it is investigating a noise detected in the South Atlantic hours after it last communicated with a missing submarine and its 44-member crew Navy spokesperson Enrique Balbi told reporters the "hydro-acoustic anomaly" was detected in the ocean almost three hours after the last communication with the San Juan on 15 November 48 kilometres north of its last known position Asked if the noise could have been an explosion the spokesman declined to speculate Members of the Argentine Air Force search for a missing submarine in the South Atlantic near Argentina’s coast AP "It is a noise and it has to be corroborated and looked into" "It’s not something we would leave" unaddressed he added as hopes for the crew’s survival looked increasingly fraught "We are in a very dangerous situation and one that is getting worse" Balbi continued The ARA San Juan would have had enough oxygen for its crew to survive underwater in the South Atlantic for seven days since its last contact according to officials At 0730 GMT on Wednesday that time had elapsed Despite the mechanical problems it reported during its last contact last Wednesday the crew could survive indefinitely if the sub retained the ability to rise to the surface to "snort" or replenish its air The 34-year-old German-built diesel-electric submarine that was refitted between 2007 and 2014 had flagged a breakdown and said it was diverting to the navy base at Mar del Plata where most of the crew members live Bengaluru: Mumbai Indians all-rounder Hardik Pandya today said that his team’s focus against Royal Challengers Bangalore in their IPL match tomorrow would be bowling with discipline and avoid conceding far too many runs on a high-scoring ground here "We know this is a high-scoring ground and as a bowler we have to be ready for everything but it would not be wise to concede 40 runs in four overs which works against us" Pandya told reporters on the eve of their match against Royal Challengers Bangalore File picture of Hardik Pandya BCCI On the batting challenge posed by A B De Villiers and Virat Kohli he said the bowlers go into every match with a positive frame of mind and bowl according to plan and wait for the rival batsmen to commit mistakes "As a bowler we need to be confident and positive about it We cannot compromise with our discipline to bowl tight line and length especially we are up against batting prowess of the likes of Kohli and AB de Villiers Moreover we wait for them to commit mistakes" he said Pandya said the pressure would be on both the sides as they know that their hopes for a play-offs berth could end if they lose tomorrow "Obviously RCB is a side which always look good and confident but the pressure is on us and them also This is a do-or-die match for us And we know someone loses it might end their quest for making into the next stage Let us see who takes the pressure better and comes out winning" he said Replying to a question Pandya said that his team does not brood over the past but focuses on the next match "To be honest it is very simple We don’t think much about the result because whatever happened is history We are just looking forward to the Bangalore match and we would like to play as possible and towards that end we are preparing for it" he said Asked what was the thinking for opting Visakhapatnam as home ground Pandya said the team did not have any option but to opt for that city "To be honest we did not have any option but to go there I don’t know if there were many grounds left in the country So we had to go Visakhapatnam" he said Asked whether his team has acclimatised to the conditions prevailing in Visakhapatnam Pandya said "As a professional we had to get used to any given condition We are used to it" he said 2016 6:36 pm Actor Farhan Akhtar has announced the “first ever” tour dates for his band Farhan Live’s music concert in the US. 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