and could play safe, which was overseen by Swiss auctioneer Simon de Pury and included a host of luxury items donated by the actor.
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(Without you I would have broken down)” Genelia and Riteish tied the knot in 2012 after dating each other for over 8 years The couple is now blessed with two baby boys Riaan and Rahyl A few months back as the couple completed five years of togetherness they expressed their love for each other on their social media accounts While Genelia thanked her actor husband for “changing the meaning of ‘Home’ from a place to a person for me” Riteish felt blessed for being married to Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na actor and took to social media to congratulate his wife on their fifth wedding anniversary In fact Riteish has always maintained “Genelia was is and will always be my most favourite co-star” Genelia and Riteish have shared the screen in three movies Tujhe Meri Kasam Masti and Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya In the times when break ups and divorce are so casual in tinsel town Genelia and Riteish are a true inspiration For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: November 19 2016 5:41 pm Force 2 box office collection day 2: There were speculations that demonetisation might affect the box office collection of the film Related News Force 2 has shown some steady performance by collecting Rs 605 crores on its first day There were concerns that demonetisation might affect its box office collection However the first-day collection hints otherwise John Abraham and Sonakshi Sinha-starrerwas expected to collect Rs 5 crores But the film exceeded that Trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted ” #Force2 Fri 605 cr India biz” Force 2 can do well on coming weekend Force 2 is a sequel to 2011 hit film Force The film also stars Tahir Raj Bhasin When asked if it was a conscious decision to keep it to the villainous characters Tahir said “Force one was about combat between two equally powerful people Force 2 is about mind games and strategy When they told me it’s going to be a spy fiction film it was a dream come true which leads me into why the negative He is a lighter character He has a dark sense of humour” The team looked confident ahead of the release “We are not trying to be opportunistic and cash-in on the negativity of any kind But at the same time it makes the film relevant as it is important to know what people who work for the country go through You should just realise their sacrifices” Sonakshi said in an exclusive interview with indianexpresscom Also Read |EXCLUSIVE John Abraham Sonakshi Sinha say Force 2 will give audience a break from standing in ATMqueues The film is directed by Abhinay Deo John Abraham reprises his role of ACP Yashvardhan in a faster more thrilling actioner set mostly in Budapest On the other hand Sonakshi Sinha is playing a RAW agent Force 2 had an opening on over 1800 screens For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: August 17 2017 3:26 pm Liverpool return to Premier League duty on Saturday when they face Crystal Palace at Anfield (Source: Reuters) Top News Liverpool are fully aware they have to improve defensively but they must strike a balance between tightening up at the back and playing their natural attacking game goalkeeper Simon Mignolet has said The Belgian is part of a defence that has already come under fire for their display in the 3-3 draw at Watford in last Saturday’s Premier League opener when Liverpool conceded a stoppage-time equaliser from a set-piece Liverpool’s vulnerability was on display again in their 2-1 Champions League qualification first-leg win over Hoffenheim on Tuesday when they conceded late on to give the German side hope for next week’s return leg at Anfield “We can only play one way and that is forward We know that we can always score” Mignolet told British media “We took a lot of steps defensively against Hoffenheim We were solid set-pieces we defended well too and that is what we have to learn” While Liverpool’s pace and attacking flair got them out of trouble several times last season Mignolet backed his team mates to offer a sterner all-round defensive effort this campaign without ruining their potency up front “We are not blind” he added “Our natural game will be attacking and we know we have to fill that in with a real defensive spirit We know that is where we have to improve “You cannot change a natural footballing side that goes forward but we know we have to mix that with a good defensive aggressive spirit to make sure they don’t score the goals” Liverpool return to Premier League duty on Saturday when they face Crystal Palace at Anfield For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Priyanka Sahoo | Mumbai | Published: March 21 2017 1:19 am In Mumbai the peak consumption was recorded at 2811 MW Top News AS THE summer sets in and temperature rises the power consumption in the state has soared this month The peak consumption through a day has already crossed the estimated demand The Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Ltd (MSEDCL) recorded a peak consumption of 20503 MW on the afternoon of March 14 which is at least 1000 MW higher than the peak consumption in summer last year according to officials In Mumbai the peak consumption was recorded at 2811 MW Officials attributed the higher consumption to use of agricultural pumps by farmers across the state “There is water available for agriculture this year because of a good monsoon last year They have started using the agricultural pumps and hence the increase in consumption” said an MSEDCL official The power-surplus distribution company is prepared to ensure a load-shedding-free summer “We have enough power in our bank thanks to the long-term power-purchase agreements with government and private power generators So there won’t be any problem even if the consumption was to increase in the future” said Sanjeev Kumar chairman and managing director of MSEDCL Apart from the state-owned power generation company Mahagenco the MSEDCL has entered into long-term agreements with central companies National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) and Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) Together these generators contributed around 14000 MW on March 14 Private generators such as Adani and Ratan India which also have agreements with the MSEDCL contributed 4410 MW power Like MSEDCL distributor Reliance Energy which is one of the biggest power providers in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region too is gearing up for a hotter summer this year as predicted by meteorologists Reliance Energy has estimated that the peak demand for power in its distribution area is likely to cross the 1700-MW mark in the coming months Expecting the peak demand to cross last year’s figure of 1627 MW the distributor has entered into long-term power purchase agreements to buy 1262 MW and tied up for an additional 250 MW Award for MSEDCL The MSEDCL has received the Innovation Award from the India Smart Grid Forum for its effective use of information technology The distribution company secured the top spot in implementation of the Central government’s Restructured Accelerated Power Development and Reforms Programme providing online services in 128 cities For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsMeme on the Sasikala vs Panneerselvam battle that unfolded in Tamil Nadu Politics FP Staff Feb 21 2017 13:27:59 IST Comment 0 Tweet Watch Full Video Published Date: Feb 21 2017 11:37 AM | Updated Date: Feb 21 2017 13:27 PM Tags : Written by Shantanu David | New Delhi | Updated: October 24 2015 3:55 pm Tabula’s sandy floor outside evokes memories of a beach Top News After leaving a hole in Delhi’s culinary/nightlife landscape Tabula is back resurrected as a beach-style restaurant And we mean literally The outside area is sprinkled with sand while the restaurant done up in chill blue and white (hammock included) is littered with events from beachwear nights to Bring Your Pet to Play — the latter will debut soon We suspect all that sand will help The menu is a medley of seafood comfort food and Delhi’s default dishes of pasta and pizza The drinks menu is large something reflected in drinks such as the one litre Shutter Island Iced Tea served in beakers Despite being on the beach we remember Winter is Coming a reeling muddling of gin cucumberslices lemon juice soda and mint Following the adage of ‘when in Rome’ (or on the beach) we begin at the coast ordering Butter Garlic Prawns and Calamari and a Chicken Shish Touk from the desert states for contrast Both the prawns and the calamari are simply done sauteed in so much garlic as to negate the previous nine days with a mild infusion of chilli and herbs Served in an iron skillet and sizzling we wash them down with the accompanying garlic bread losing ourselves in a sea of flavour The shish touk meanwhile comes tender and encased in pitapockets accompanied by Middle Eastern dips; the beetroot hummus is to hummus what red velvet is to cakes Butter Garlic Chili Prawns For mains we head out West with Gringo Sliders and American Fried Rice The sliders come with an entourage of chipotle mayonnaise a tomato relish and mustard the stars themselves featuring mini tenderloin burgers stuffed with runny mozzarella and cheddar and slathered with guacamole The fried rice comes spiced with Thai flavourings accompanied with diced pepperoni sausages cherry tomatoes chicken and egg We eschew the last because we still believe the chicken came first Natural history aside both the dishes remind us of survival of the fittest given how their tastes linger so lovingly on our palates The chef recommends our dessert — waffles We get a platter four toasty waffle wedges mired in a pastiche of maple syrup blueberry compote chocolate sauce nutella vanilla and chocolate ice cream all topped off with a gleaming knob of butter Yesit was as good as it sounds MEAL FOR TWO: Rs 3000 (including taxes and alcohol) ADDRESS: The Village Complex Asiad Village Khel Gaon Marg; 26492896 The story appeared in print with the headline Tabula Rasa For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: April 22 2010 8:43 am Related News Pop diva Mariah Carey is going to marry husband Nick Cannon for a third time and is expecting another diamond ring from him The couplewho originally tied the knot in 2008plan to renew their vows again on April 30their two-year wedding anniversary and the singer is already demanding more expensive jewellery from her spouse to mark the occasionContactmusic reported “We get married every year That’s our thing So it’s going to be our third wedding this year That’s what we’ll be doing on the actual anniversary… We’ll do something… a party or eventjust to celebrate This is the third ring I have to buy It’ll be something differentsomething good” Cannon said According to leaked details of her 2010 tour riderthe ‘Hero’ singer is just as demanding backstage as she is with her husband The rider specifies that Mariah’s dressing room space has “no busy patterns” although “blackdark greycream and dark pink” are all fineand she should also be provided with a “lamp or clip light”so harsh lighting can be turned off The 41-year-old star is also very particular about the temperature of the room75 degrees Fahrenheitwhile she likes to be surrounded by two dozen white roses and vanilla aromatherapy candles in order to unwind after a show Mariah recently admitted she loves being known as a divabut doesn’t think she is demanding enough “You know what I guess I am a diva in many ways When it comes to certain thingsyesI can be difficult and a little bit rigid about what I want Am I demanding I don’t think I’m demanding enough” Mariah said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Paromita Chakrabarti | New Delhi | Published: November 29 2015 1:00 am Illustration: C R Sasikumar Related News In the middle of a languid conversation my mother smoothly changes tack “Have you spoken to XYZ recently” she asks casually and then hastily adds “She was asking after you I told her you have been busy You can call her one of these days when you have time” I should have been prepared but as always I am a little flustered My mother and I have had this conversation many times in the years that I have moved out of home to set up my life An uncle or an aunt had come home he or she seemed lonely would I mind speaking to them one weekend A great-grandmother wanted to see my son but wasn’t WhatsApp-savvy Why not courier her a few copies of his recent photographs I bristle but eventually give in I make the call I order the prints and remember to courier them after half-a-dozen reminders In this day of micro-connectivity I think of people far more often than I get in touch with them I tell myself that those who matter know that I am always around even if I never get around to telling them what they mean to me But every time my mother rounds off the conversation with one of her pointed hints it reminds me of my childhood And all those people who made home what it was I grew up in a rambunctious joint family where home was made of not just the few of us who shared a surname but of a huge extended family — grand-uncles great-aunts uncles aunts first second and third cousins and friends Home meant a bustling four-storey building where we woke up to the ringing of the door-bell and sat down for long convivial meals Home meant air mails from my aunt in Beirut with notes for every member of the family It meant holidays together and family get-togethers for every event — births deaths anniversaries and festivals — with at least the same 30 faces every time That uncle who was a wildlife enthusiast and whose cottage on the edge of the Maromar forest in Jharkhand was our summer getaway forever who took us on safaris and made us fall in love with forests for life; the other one who introduced us to our first computer; that aunt who knitted winter clothes for our dolls; the grand-uncle who never forgot to get us a book by our favourite author — we had them all and counted them as our own Our grandparents and parents lived in each other’s lives demanded one another’s attention and barged in and out with their memories and their misgivings As children it was exhilarating to be swept up in this tidal wave of emotions to watch our previous generations love bicker grow apart and get back together in a never-ending spiral but it seemed less attractive as we grew older Home meant equal part laughter and heartbreak indulgence and scrutiny (Imagine putting your boyfriend or girlfriend through more than two dozen appraisals at one go) and for those of us who were quieter a difficult search for moments of solitude By the time we moved out of home most of us — sisters brothers and cousins — had devised our rituals of communication Those of us who lived in the same city met up on weekends; phone calls were almost always preceded by text messages to check if the other person could spare time for a conversation Not for us those impromptu get-togethers after work or long exchanges over the telephone that began with a recipe and ended with everything else Meeting each other was an event for us marked out on our smartphones in advance made time for like a chore There’s no way we could escape each other we joked our parents would make sure of that Over the years our generation has drifted apart tiptoeing around the edges of each other’s lives like strangers at a masquerade ball We forget birthdays apologise to each other for being unable to make it to yet another reunion; we put up photographs of our shared childhood on social media and get on with our lives Our parents meanwhile are living the only way they have ever known — in the thick of things always on the edge of chaos always with the security of having each other to stem their ebb While we raise lonely children in unfriendly cities they keep each other company through health and hospital visits in retirement and in death They still call each other every day squabble over trivial things such as the Sunday lunch menu and tell us they are doing just fine “If you cannot get rid of the family skeleton you may as well make it dance” an uncle was fond of quoting Bernard Shaw to describe our family But every time my mother calls and tells me about yet another relative who would love to hear from me I feel strangely comforted after the first burst of annoyance has passed It makes me think of home in the only way I ever do — “Time and place can close in on me it can so easily seem as if I have never got away that I have stayed here my whole life As if my life as an adult was some kind of dream that never took hold of me” (Alice Munro Home Family Furnishings Selected Stories 1995-2014) For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News Jonny Bairstow and Jos Buttler, AB de Villiers and David Miller are the only two experienced batsmen who will lead the South African batting attack. 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s), The state government led by PDP-BJP coalition would have liked the 88-year-old separatist leader to tone down his rhetoric, It’s a fantastic point for us, One to two competitions did not go well (because of the injury), the Congress handed over an opportunity to Modi to revive the magic of the tea-seller tag when its Youth Congress magazine Yuva Desh, It did the job during the 2014 General Elections and in every major state-election that followed." acting Department of Homeland Security (DHS) spokeswoman Gillian Christensen told reporters on Saturday. For all the latest Sports News, Reuters The Calcutta High Court on 14 July had asked the Centre to provide four additional companies of CRPF within 48 hours in Darjeeling to maintain law and order.with ?
the wizarding world’s leading magizoologist, 2015 5:46 pm The stars are opposing the “Draft Policy on Sex Work” of Amnesty International,about? BJP corporator Dhananjay Jadhav fielding wife Jayashree Jadhav on Shiv Sena ticket and NCP corporator Vijaya Kapre on Shiv Sena ticket. and it will be interesting to see what approach he takes in future games. posting pictures and videos of the after-match celebration with the trophy. Strict rules govern transfers, File image of Union MoS.
and could play safe, which was overseen by Swiss auctioneer Simon de Pury and included a host of luxury items donated by the actor.