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I needed to explore what it meant to me." he said.Gurugram: There was something about the way they were sung,tomorrow are 35 and 27 degrees Celsius respectively.On Thursday the maximum and minimum temperatures wererecorded at 36 degrees Celsius and 266 degrees Celsiusrespectively For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBirmingham: India captain Virat Kohli on Saturdaydismissed the speculated rift with Anil Kumble stating that there were "no problems" with the chief coach and the entire episode was nothing but rumours "There are a lot speculations and lot of things being written by people without actually being part of the change room which is quite strange There are no problems whatsoever" Kohli was curt while addressing the media ahead of the Champions Trophy opener against arch-rivals Pakistan Virat Kohli attends a press conference ahead of India’s Champions Trophy clashagainst Pakistan in Birmingham AP When the question was rephrased by another scribe about how his journey with Kumble has been through the past year he answered with an equally deadpan expression "It’s been really good The whole journey has been good" he said On alleged disagreements with Kumble the skipper made it clear that one should only comment when aware of the situation "Agreements and disagreements happen I would not comment on things that I am not fully aware of I would not speculate I think there is lack of patience right now and nobody admits mistakes If you (media) write something and it goes wrong have the heart to admit that you have gone wrong rather than saying that problem has been solved" Kohli said Kohli described the team as a family where disagreements can happen "It’s normal to have disagreements even at home not everybody agrees on everything It’s human nature When you don’t know about something completely don’t spread rumours and speculate just focus on cricket" he was terse in his answers Kohli said he understands that media has a job to do and he would rather focus on his — that is playing cricket He didn’t wish to elaborate on why the BCCI invited coaches’ application despite Kumble’s phenomenal record "I don’t understand why there is speculation for a process I don’t even know I don’t want to know In a tournament which is so much in focus lot of people like to find rumours before the tournament They are trying to do their job and get their livelihood we will focus on our livelihood "But one thing that I want to say is that unless someone is part of something I don’t think they should sit on judgement or speculate" Questioned on how he deals with off-field pressures Kohli said he likes to switch off when he is on the field "You have to handle stuff when you are thinking When I don’t think I can carry on with life I don’t take pressure on me all the time I never played irresponsibly even when I was not captain I don’t feel I have to do something extra to get something as captain" said the skipper Predictably he termed Pakistan as just another game "I don’t think any other team also puts a price on just one game We take the same mindset to every game that we play for India the mindset does not change By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: April 23 2017 10:57 pm MCD elections 2017: The Delhi Chief Minister had earlier demanded that the polls be postponed till arrangements for VVPAT-equipped electronic voting machines (EVMs) were made Top News The national capital on Sunday recorded a voter turnout of around 54 per cent in the municipal polls amid allegations of EVM ‘malfunction’ made by AAP supremo and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Responding to the chief minister’s claims the State Election Commissioner S K Srivastava said that glitches in EVMs were reported from nine polling stations but they were replaced and voting resumed The chief minister had earlier demanded that the polls be postponed till arrangements for VVPAT-equipped electronic voting machines (EVMs) were made Aside from Kejriwal several other Aam Aadmi Party leaders took to Twitter to voice their angst against the faulty EVMs during the MCD polling today Here are a few tweets: It’s possible exit polls are honest reflections of the electorate it’s also possible they’ve been tasked to provide cover for EVM fraud — Krishan Partap Singh (@RaisinaSeries) April 23 2017 MCD results asidetoday u had a situation where non-BJP votersmajority of the electoratewere doubtful EVMs properly registered their votes — Krishan Partap Singh (@RaisinaSeries) April 23 2017 Is low voter turnout in MCD polls due to people’s lack of confidence in EVMS ‘Why bother to vote when EVMS can be rigged’ many are saying — Chander Suta Dogra (@chandersuta) April 23 2017 Reports from all over Delhi of EVM malfunction people wid voter slips not allowed to vote What is SEC doing — Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) April 23 2017 For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: October 23 2017 11:02 am The 52-year-old is contracted until the end of Australia’s World Cup campaign (Source: Reuters) Top News Australia coach Ange Postecoglou has made it clear once again that he will not discuss his future in the job beyond the World Cup playoff against Honduras however many times he is asked Postecoglou previously declined to clarify his position when the day after Australia beat Syria in the Asian playoffs reports in local media said he was planning to resign whatever the result of November’s clashes with Honduras The 52-year-old is contracted until the end of Australia’s World Cup campaign whether that comes next month or next year in Russia and he has indicated he would be not be seeking a new deal On Monday Postecoglou will appear in a biographical programme on national broadcaster ABC but a segment pre-released on social media indicated there would be no great revelation “It’s a real kind of a facetious question because people just want me to fit into their stereotype and answer it in a way that makes themselves feel really good about themselves” he said when asked whether he was planning to step down “If people are really worried about my future they should be worried about these two games but they’re not they just want an answer to a question and I’m not going to give them it Everyone else wants me to behave a certain way and I’m just not like that I’ve always done things my own way and I always will” Postecoglou led Australia to their only major trophy in 2015 when they won the Asian Cup on home soil but has come under fire over his tactics as the World Cup qualifying campaign faltered The Greek-born former Brisbane Roar and Melbourne Victory boss has made no secret of the fact that he would one day like to test his coaching skills overseas Australia face Honduras in San Pedro Sula on Nov 10 with the return match in Sydney five days later The winners on aggregate will secure the final spot at next year’s finals in Russia Football Federation Australia (FFA) chief David Gallop said on Monday the governing body would not be caught on the hop if Postecoglou did decide to walk away in November “Football is fluid people move We’ll adjust to that I’m sure” he told reporters in Sydney “The Socceroos don’t play again until March so we’ve got a relatively long stretch of inactivity That will give us an opportunity to make a decision with Ange about the future” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: December 10 2016 6:32 pm The eighth instalment in the popular franchise The Fast and the Furious is officially called The Fate of the Furious Top News The eighth instalment in the popular franchise The Fast and the Furious is officially called The Fate of the Furious The film directed by Straight Outta Compton helmer F Gary Gary will hit theatres on April 14 “It’s official The title of #F8 is THE FATE OF THE FURIOUS Tune-in live on @Facebook this Sunday for the trailer debut” read a post on the film’s official Twitter handle The first teaser for the highly anticipated film was also released ahead of its trailer premiere on Sunday The 15-second clip features a slew of cars epic explosions and Charlize Theron who is the new addition in the film Vin Diesel Dwayne Johnson Jason Statham Michelle Rodriguez Tyrese Gibson Chris ‘Ludacris’ Bridges Nathalie Emmanuel Elsa Pataky and Kurt Russell return to the franchise Other newcomers joining the cast include Helen Mirren and Scott Eastwood Meanwhile Vin Diesel says with FGary Gray as the director the eighth Fast and Furious movie will have a chance to win at next year’s Academy Awards While promoting his next film Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk Diesel told Entertainment Tonight “I think he went into making this movie with a little bit of a chip on his shoulder going ‘Oh really OK Now I’m going to take the biggest saga in the world and I’m about to throw Oscars at you Wait till you see what he does’ ” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top News NAKHON PATHOM Thailand (Reuters) – Phra Buddha Issara is a monk with a mission From his Buddhist temple near Bangkok he is calling for a radical overhaul of Thai Buddhism fearing millions of dollars in temple donations and a rapidly modernising nation are corrupting monks Surrounded by verdant green rice fields at Wat Or Noi temple Issara said he wants better oversight of temple finances and to shake up the fossilised structure of Thai Buddhism "Buddhism in Thailand is a poisoned fruit The highest level of the Buddhist religion has turned out to be the devious one" he told Reuters in an interview Buddha Issara’s quest began last month when the Supreme Sangha Council (SSC) Thai Buddhism’s governing body cleared the abbot of Dhammakaya temple over allegations by the military government’s National Reform Council (NRC) that he embezzled some 900 million baht ($28 million) in donations The Dhammakaya temple members include some of Thailand’s most powerful politicians and is regarded as the country’s richest Buddhist temple Abbot Phra Dhammachayo rejected the fraud charges and the council said that as he returned most of the money there was no misconduct The NRC which has not released details of the alleged fraud is pushing for a probe into why the council cleared Dhammachayo and the ties between it and the temple The fraud allegation is just the latest in a series of scandals that have rocked Thailand’s Buddhist clergy Other examples include a monk caught with 120000 methamphetamine pills and another who was dismissed from his temple for investing $12 million on the stock market "The money and power swirling around some Thai temples and monks makes them immune to criticism" said Sulak Sivaraksa one of Thailand’s pre-eminent Buddhist scholars "This is why we need to reform the Sangha and start afresh" Sivaraksa told Reuters The Supreme Council a coterie of 20 elderly monks has traditionally evaded public scrutiny due to its opaque workings and the reverence of millions of Buddhists And for years reports of misbehaving monks were often dismissed as standalone cases rather than a product of an ossified institution beyond the reach of the law But the latest fraud allegation has unleashed an avalanche of public criticism Many Thai Buddhists feel those elders are incapable of supervising the behaviour of 300000 monks in a rapidly modernising nation where worldly temptations are everywhere and temples are flush with cash "The SSC governs but there is nobody that governs them" said Issara who is calling for a boycott of the Sangha Issara who played a prominent role in protests last year that helped to overthrow the government of former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said Thais should no longer listen to decrees handed down by the council He wants the government to check the accounts of all temples and seize assets from those suspected of mishandling donations He is also calling for the state to restructure the Sangha The National Office of Buddhism which is in charge of promoting Buddhism in Thailand said civilians should not interfere in the religious world "There are Buddhist governors to check whether they [temples and monks] have violated conduct" Somchai Surachatri the National Office of Buddhism’s spokesman told Reuters Recently Buddhist monk Luang Pu Nenkham was stripped of his religious title Nenkham gained notoriety in 2013 when a YouTube video showing him carrying a Louis Vuitton bag aboard a private jet went viral He is now on the run after millions of dollars in assets were uncovered in his name and Thai authorities issued an arrest warrant for him for having sex with a minor ($1 = 323500 baht) (Additional reporting by Pairat Temphairojana; Editing by Andrew RC Marshall and Michael Perry) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Written by Neha Kulkarni | Mumbai | Published: March 4 2017 5:13 am Top News While numerous seminars are held discussing ways of protecting Railway property Mumbai Friday witnessed one where railway employees spoke about steps needed to be taken to ensure their personal safety In a conference hosted by Western Railway Mazdoor Sangh (WRMS) issues related to track safety and maintenance patrolling of tracks and insufficient remuneration to workers were discussed “When Railways fails to trace the culprit behind sabotage attempts on tracks we are cornered” said Raju Kharate senior trackman at Andheri station Watch What Else is Making News Raju raised concerns over trackmen being accused of playing mischief by placing objects on the tracks in his speech at the Zonal Safety Conference of technicians and technical supervisors in Mumbai on Friday “Mumbai witnessed two major incidents of sabotage attempts in Diwa and Kalamboli sections in the past two months Suspecting trackmen’s mischief in doing so inquiries were initiated against many of us In fact our contact numbers were also sent to the senior authorities in order to record our conversation This is the treatment given to us” he said In the past three months almost five incidents of sabotage attempts were recorded near Diva and Kalamboli sections on the tracks While a 5-feet long wooden piece was laid on tracks near Diva junction in November similar instances saw rail pieces and gelatin sticks on tracks “Railways adopt incorrect methods to ensure safety of tracks or rails There is no serious action taken against trespassing of public or nothing major is done to ensure smooth maintenance of tracks But when railways were unable to trace the culprit behind the sabotage attempts on rails inquiries were initiated against us as if we have put peoples’ lives in danger” he added The Government Railway Police along with Railway Protection Force had called for an enquiry against lower rung officials and workers to probe whether the sabotage attempts were mischief done by trackmen Senior GRP and RPF officials had confirmed that many trackmen were questioned and their call records were seized “Does GRP or railways for that matter know how many track men or gang men have lost their lives after patrolling tracks in the night We who are considered the backbone of railways work relentlessly on tracks filled with shit for the convenience of commuters If passenger safety is a concern our safety must also be an important factor” one of the railway workers said Workers complained against being expected to work for longer hours without receiving enough rest Meager salaries and unhealthy working conditions demotivates them they added “Our basic requirements with regard to proper rest spaces equipment when on field and other concerns are not provided to the tee But when it comes to patrolling on tracks in night hours we are the first to be sent and questioned How can railways guarantee safety to passengers when it does not even care about its workers” Yogesh Vyas motorman Churchgate said Issues relating to insufficient workforce to handle patrolling on tracks and look after maintenance were discussed Railways must work towards hiring people who can solely deal with patrolling of tracks during odd hours of night to ensure safety they said “Focus is on completing duty orders and running higher number of rakes Railways wants to focus more on progress of running trains than allot more time for blocks How are mishaps not going to happen in such conditions” Vyas added Workers also demanded construction of more boundary walls between encroachments and tracks for better track cleanliness Demands for higher salaries and hiring more staff were also made “We always ensure completion of maintenance hours of each rake before they are sent on the line” said Mukul Jain Divisional Railway Manager WR For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top Newsthat all the government has to do to support poor consumers and poor farmers is to direct subsidies 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