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Later, Today, For all the latest Sports News, the Tibetan movement has had an easy political run in the Western world. right.But I knew that my chance will also come Youtell me how does it feel to bat at No 3 for Mumbai Indians Pollard: Great feeling Felt like a Test batsman there walking out to bat at No 3 Simmons: I must say I was a bit surprised to see you come out at No 3 with me But that’s a good thing since we normally bat together What was your game plan Pollard:When you got out I was very disappointed especially after the good conversation that happened in the middle But these things happen My game plan after that was to just bat deep Rohit came in and we kept the momentum going not lose another wicket in that over At the end of the day thank you for taking the shine off the ball for me and making it a lot easier Simmons: I must say that when you get the opportunity to bat early you show what could happen So hopefully looking forward to more opportunities with you batting early What do you think about batting for No 3 from now on for Mumbai Pollard: I am going back in the hotel now and will get my white clothes ready I’ll put it under my Mumbai Indians’ clothes so that my technique is right when I come out to bat at No 3 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsNagpur:New Zealand continued their unbeaten run at the ICC Women’s World Twenty 20 cricket tournament by coasting to a convinving six-wicket win over Australia to register their third consecutive win in Group A in Nagpur on Monday Electing to bat after winning the toss Australia Women could only muster 103 for eight a paltry target which New Zealand Women overwhelmed with ease in 162 overs for the loss of just four wickets New Zealand’s spinner Kasperek celebrates a Australian wicket during their WT20 clash PTI Australia Women witnessed a horrendous start to their innings as Kiwi off-spinner Leigh Kasperek ran through the top-order to reduce their opponents to 4 for 4 in 4 overs Kasperek’s impressive figures of 4-0-13-3 includes two wickets in consecutive balls of the second over Leg-break bowler Erin Bermingham (2/23) also chipped in two wickets for New Zealand Women Ellyse Perry top-scored for Australia Women with a 48-ball 42 a crucial knock which was studded with three boundaries and one six Jess Jonassen (23 off 22) and Beth Mooney (15) too made useful contributions to take Australia Women past 100 New Zealand Women hardly broke sweat while chasing the target as skipper Suzie Bates (23) and Rachel Priest (34) got the Kiwis off to a flying start stitching 58 runs for the opening wicket in just 47 balls After the openers dismissal Sophie Devine (17) Amy Satterthwaite (16 not out) and Sara McGlashan (11) also made double digit scores to register an easy win for New Zealand Women New Zealand Women had earlier defeated Sri Lanka by seven wickets before spanking Ireland by 93 runs The Kiwis are atop Group A with six points from three wins followed by Australia which has one win and a loss under its belt Brief Scores: Australia Women: 103 for eight in 20 overs (Ellyse Perry 42; Leigh Kasperek 3/13) New Zealand Women: 104 for four in 162 overs (Rachel Priest 34 Suzie Bates 23; Lauren Cheatle 1/11) Yangon: Searchers have recovered 25 bodies from a ferry that sank in central Myanmar and expect to find scores more corpses as workers begin raising the boat from the riverbed officials said on Monday A total of 154 people have been rescued since the boat sank early Saturday on the Chindwin River about 72 kilometres (45 miles) north of the city of Monywa Search teams scouring the river who are now securing the boat with ropes so it can be hauled out by a crane fear the death toll could go as high as 100 "Now we have found 25 dead bodies but we are still trying to lift the boat out" said Sa Willy Frient the director of the local relief and resettlement department who is overseeing the operation Chindwin river in Myanmar where a ferry capsized on Saturday So far 25 bodies have been recovered amid fears that the death toll may go up to 100 Reuters Earlier he told AFP the ferry had been filled with "mainly university students and schoolteachers" when it sank at around 5:00 am on Saturday "I think around 70 or 80 university students and about 30 schoolteachers and also doctors" he added The boat was carrying an estimated 240-250 people — around 100 more than its capacity — along with heavy cargo including several motorbikes Four of the boat’s staff have been arrested and will face legal action said Sa Willy Frient Authorities are still hunting for one crew member and the ferry’s owner Survivor Hnin Lei Yee a 27-year-old schoolteacher was travelling with her husband and one-year-old daughter to celebrate the Buddhist Thadingyut festival with her family Her baby was killed in the disaster She still does not know her husband’s fate "It happened very fast" she told AFP "The window was open so I had a chance to get out of the boat" "I cannot swim so I had to hold on to a plastic float and finally the rescue boat came to save my life" "In the morning I heard there was a dead child in the hospital and I went there I saw my daughter dead" she said weeping Boat accidents are common in Myanmar where people living along the nation’s long coastline and flood-prone river systems rely heavily on often overcrowded ferries for transport At least 21 people including nine children died in April after a boat capsized off the coast of Myanmar’s western state of Rakhine In March last year 33 people lost their lives off the west coast when an overloaded ferry sank in rough waters Sai Khaing Myo Tun vice president of Myanmar’s teachers’ federation said more than 30 school staff were thought to have been aboard the ferry that sank on Saturday Written by Sushant Singh | New Delhi | Published: March 15 2017 12:51 am Arun Jaitley after taking additional charge of the Defence Ministry in Delhi on Tuesday PTI Top News Finance Minister Arun Jaitley took additional charge of the Defence Ministry on Tuesday after Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar stepped down to take over as Chief Minister of Goa The arrangement has turned the clock back to 2014 when Parrikar was Goa Chief Minister and Jaitley held charge of the Defence Ministry for about six months Watch What Else Is Making News While this will be Parrikar’s fourth stint as CM of his home state his sudden exit leaves the Defence Ministry at a critical juncture Having settled down in South Block and identified the areas requiring reform Parrikar commissioned many expert committees to suggest changes The reports have come in over the last few months and implementation of their suggestions was expected to start soon The report of an expert committee headed by Lt General D B Shekatkar (retd) to enhance the combat potential of the armed forces and rebalancing defence expenditure was submitted late last year It was supposed to form the basis of effecting wide-ranging organisational reforms The question of higher defence reform including creation of either a chief of defence staff or a permanent chairman of chiefs of staff committee as a single-point military advisor was contingent on implementation of the report Meetings on the implementation were expected to gather steam this month Because it will be a political process the fate of these meetings — and higher defence reform — is now uncertain In a bid to boost the pace of defence acquisitions Parrikar introduced the new Defence Procurement Procedure last year after much delay However he was unable to make any significant change to the acquisition process Last month an expert committee headed by IIM professor Pritam Singh submitted its report on restructuring the defence acquisition system by creating a new organisation in the government With Parrikar gone the report could gather dust As stated by the parliamentary standing committee on defence the Defence Ministry’s acquisition programmes are hamstrung by lack of funds With the finance minister holding additional charge of defence the Defence Ministry can expect the government’s purse strings to loosen The 28 months Parrikar spent at South Block were eventful He oversaw cross-border raids on a camp in Myanmar and surgical strikes inside Pakistan He decided to do away with the norm of seniority in selection of service chiefs by selecting General Bipin Rawat as Army chief It remains to be seen whether Jaitley — or perhaps a new defence minister later — continues with these policies For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Samarpita Das | New Delhi | Updated: July 18 2017 1:28 pm Happy Birthday Priyanka Chopra: As the actress turns 35 here’s a look back at all her brave decisions Related News Priyanka Chopra or PeeCee as we fondly call her has come a long way in the world of cinema Neither is her dad a king nor is her mother a queen but she turned out to be a self-made princess whose name oozes success glamour and star power While many Indian actors have worked in Hollywood and faded away Priyanka’s presence on the global entertainment scene is unmissable Priyanka has been at the receiving end of bullying rejection and nepotism from many members of the Bollywood fraternity but that did not deter her spirit and confidence When ugly fights between actresses took place she stood up for herself with dignity Through small instances like these Priyanka has proved that she is a woman of substance worthy of all the awards and praises she receives internationally At the age of 18 Priyanka’s life took a turn when she won the Miss World Pageant in 2000 Since then the actress has never looked back She made her debut in The Hero: Love Story of a Spy which also starred Sunny Deol and Preity Zinta Although she was new in Bollywood she took the risk of playing a villain in Aitraaz One look at her Bollywood journey and you’ll know that Priyanka Chopra has always tread a path different from her Bollywood contemporaries It was just her second year in Bollywood and seventh film overall when she chose to act as the cunning Sonia Roy Usually at such a phase actresses tend to get typecast but PeeCee did not live in that fear Four years later Priyanka grabbed the limelight and the national award for her role in Fashion Later with films like Barfi Kaminey 7 Khoon Maaf Barfi Mary Kom and Bajirao Mastani she pretty much established the fact that she is here to stay In 2016 Quantico happened and since then PeeCee has been constantly on the audience’s radar For the first time Americans got to see how smoothly Priyanka can carry off any role Even in her latest Hollywood release Baywatch which was critically panned Priyanka’s screen presence was lauded Brand PeeCee is now more than just the greasepaint She is a producer singer and songwriter Yes Priyanka hasrecorded songs with WillIAm and Pitbull She was part of Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People and has won the People’s Choice Award twice She also managed to turn heads at prestigious award shows like Emmy Golden Globes and Oscars We can now officially say Priyankahas taken over the world For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | Thiruvananthapuram | Updated: December 3 2016 1:20 pm Navid Mahmoudi-directed Afghan movie Parting which revolves around the hardships faced by refugees will mark the beginning of the 21st edition of International Film Festival of Kerala here on December 9 Top News Navid Mahmoudi-directed Afghan movie Parting which revolves around the hardships faced by refugees will mark the beginning of the 21st edition of International Film Festival of Kerala here on December 9 An Afghan-Iran co-production the movie was Afghanistan’s entry for the Best Foreign Language Film for the 89th Academy Awards Kerala State Chalachitra Academy organiser of the event said The country in focus of the week-long gala this year is Kazakhstan and five films– ‘Daughter-in-law’ ‘Little Brother’ ‘Qazaq Eli’ ‘Student’ and ‘The Old Man’ from there would be screened in this category they said A total of six films on the lives of celebrated artists including legendary painter Vincent van Gogh is included in the ‘Life of Artists’ section Under the ‘Homage’ category movies of Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami Polish filmmaker Andrzej Wajda Malayalam director Rajesh Pillai and actor Kalabhavan Mani and Kalpana would be screened they said The ‘Retrospective’ section will have five films including Opol and Panitheeratha Veedu by veteran filmmaker K S Sethumadhavan As many as 185 films from 62 countries would be screened under various categories in the festival scheduled to conclude on December 16 academy sources added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: July 16 2017 4:09 pm Ajax midfielder Abdelhak Nouri collapsed due to an irregular heartbeat during a friendly game in Austria on Saturday (Source: AP) Top News Ajax coach Marcel Keizer said that the players are still coming to terms with the news of Abdelhak Nouri who suffered permanent brain damage after the midfielder collapsed during training The deal finally returned to play after a week of trauma on Saturday Keizer called it a week of emotion and sadness He said “It has been a week of emotion and sadness and supporting his family” Keizer said Describing the incident the coach said “We were on the training field on Thursday when the team manager asked us to stop and go upstairs for a meeting That was already a sign and then we were told the bad news” #StayStrongAppie ?

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