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the question is whether it’s? took a dig at the BCCI members saying, sir (sic) #MarkYourCalender February 9th is not your day our day. #TamilRockers” it posted on its website The filmmakers also said that they are taking all the measures to stop Tamil Rockers from pirating Singam 3 The run-up to TFPC elections is growing intense with a multi-cornered contest T Rajendar and his team including AM Ratnam Alagappan and SV Shekar have already thrown their hat in the ring And the incumbent office-bearers headed by producer Kalaipuli SThanu are also seeking another term Nadigar Sangam General Secretary actor Vishal has formed a team and filed the nominations along with his teammates recently Vishal’s team include Gnanavel Raja Arya Gautham Menon Pandiraj Myskkin Prakash Raj R K Suresh C V Kumar S R Prabhu and S S Kumaran Vishal who had been actively leading an anti-piracy campaign was suspended after he alleged that current office bearers at the TFPC have failed to effectively fight the piracy that is destroying the industry However the actor took the legal course and secured an order from the Madras High Court to revoke the ban against him which paved the way for him to contest in the elections After being delayed multiple times due to various reasons Suriya’s highly anticipated cop film will release worldwide on February 9 The film directed by Hari stars Suriya Anushka Shetty Shruti Haasan and Thakur Anoop Singh For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Updated: October 17 2017 7:46 am Yuvraj fell at an individual score of 42 runs off the bowling of Karnewar in the 54th over (Source: Express Photo by Jasbir Malhi) Top News A six-wicket haul by A Karnewar (6 for 47) in Punjab’s second innings helped visitors Vidarbha drub hosts Punjab by an innings and 117 runs in a second round Group D match in Ranji Trophy at IS Bindra PCA Stadium on Monday After Vidharbha ended their first innings at 505 runs Punjab were bundled out for a paltry total of 227 runs in their second innings to hand the win to Vidarbha Trailing by 344 runs after Vidarbha’s first innings ended at a mammoth total of 505 runs Punjab openers Manan Vohra and Jiwanjot Singh added 32 runs for the opening wicket before Jeewanjot was caught by Wasim Jaffer off the bowling of A Wakhare in the 14th over Vohra and Pargat Singh added 67 runs for the second wicket in 145 overs before Pargat was removed by A Karnewar at an individual score of 28 runs Pargat faced 49 balls and hit three boundaries and one six during his stay at the crease Ten balls later Vohra too fell after completing his half-century as he was clean bowled by Karnewar to make the Punjab scoreboard read 98 for 3 in 302 overs Wakhare removed Mayank Sidhana in the 36th over to make it 113 for 4 for Punjab and when Wakhare picked up the wicket of last match double centurion Abhishek Gupta off the next ball all seemed lost for Punjab Skipper Yuvraj Singh and Abhishek Sharma stitched together a sixth-wicket partnership of 59 runs to revive some hopes for the hosts but Yuvraj fell at an individual score of 42 runs off the bowling of Karnewar in the 54th over Yuvraj smashed six boundaries and two sixes during his 87-ball stay at the crease Indian U-19 star Abhishek Sharma played a knock of 49 runs and missed his half-century by a single run as he was caught by Wakhare off the bowling of Karnewar in the 67th over Sharma hit six boundaries and one six during his 86-ball stay at the crease The last three Punjab wickets fell for seven runs as Punjab lost the match by an innings and 117 runs Earlier in the day Vidharbha ended their first innings at a score of 505 runs Ganesh Satish was the star for Vidharbha in the first innings as he played a knock of 164 runs while S Ramaswamy scored 161 runs The duo had added 178 runs for the fourth wicket for Vidarbha For Punjab Abhishek Sharma claimed four wickets for 136 runs Punjab had scored a total of 161 runs in their first innings in the match For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsAid groups and governments worldwide intensified efforts on Sunday to help earthquake-hit Nepal but blocked roads downed power lines and overcrowded hospitals posed formidable challenges in an already poor country As the death toll in the Himalayan nation surpassed 2500 the US together with European and Asian nations sent emergency crews to reinforce those scrambling to find survivors in the devastated capital Kathmandu and in cut-off rural areas "Tragically more bodies are being pulled from collapsed buildings every hour" the Australian Red Cross said in a statement An man walks past damage caused by an earthquake in Kathmandu Nepal AP "Communication is down in many areas Widespread destruction rubble and landslides are preventing access to provide aid in many villages" Mike Bruce regional communications manager for the Plan International aid organisation said many areas — both rural and in some of the larger towns — had suffered landslides and roads were blocked Although mobile networks appeared to be being restored by mid-afternoon on Sunday he said coverage remained sporadic "People are sleeping on the streets and cooking outside for the most part And we are talking about very very poor areas of Nepal — areas that are already suffering a great deal" said Bruce Other aid organisations relayed fears that stocks of essential supplies were rapidly running out and described the fearsome effects of the quake "We witnessed terrible scenes of destruction — hospitals were evacuated with patients being treated on the ground outside homes and buildings demolished and some roads cracked wide open" said Eleanor Trinchera Caritas Australia programme coordinator for Nepal who was an hour outside the capital when the quake struck A lack of electricity would soon be complicated by a scarcity of water aid groups said with medical supplies also dwindling while Oxfam told AFP morgues were reaching capacity "Communication systems are congested and hospitals are crowded and are running out of room for storing dead bodies" Helen Szoke the charity’s Australia chief executive told AFP The World Health Organization gave emergency health kits with medicines and supplies to hospitals treating the injured Survivors also slept in the open in Kathmandu overnight braving the cold for fear of being crushed by teetering buildings Hundreds of structures including office blocks and a landmark nine-storey tower crashed to the ground at around midday on Saturday when the 78-magnitude quake struck Millions pledged in aid As Nepal began to take stock of the devastation Britain released 5 million ($76 million 70 million euros) for the British Red Cross and "aid workers on the ground so they can provide desperately needed supplies" international development secretary Justine Greening said Britain has long historic ties with Nepal and recruits Gurkhas to serve in its army A US disaster response team was also en route and an initial $1 million in aid to address immediate needs had been authorised the US Agency for International Development said Australia and New Zealand together pledged more than $45 million and South Korea promised $1 million in humanitarian aid India on Sunday dispatched 13 military aircraft loaded with tonnes of food tents blankets and other aid for its devastated neighbour Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the first priority was to rescue those still trapped "Even now many people buried under the rubble must be alive" Modi said during his monthly radio programme "Our effort will be to rescue as many people alive as possible" Russia said two of its planes would fly out Sunday carrying specialist rescuers doctors and psychologists as well as equipment including helicopters and drones Sri Lanka sent a military C-130 aircraft carrying a 48-member medical and relief team along with supplies and power generators while a second aircraft would take more doctors and nurses Pakistan said two C-130 aircraft carrying equipment for a 30-bed hospital food and search and rescue teams had arrived in Nepal A 62-member Chinese search and rescue team with sniffer dogs was on the ground in Kathmandu and a medical team would be mobilised state news agency Xinhua reported A Singaporean search and rescue team was also heading for Nepal while Japan’s 70-strong emergency services team departed on Sunday A 45-strong team of rescue experts doctors and other experts from Belgium Germany and Luxembourg was leaving on a Belgian military plane France’s foreign ministry said it had dispatched a rescue team carrying essential supplies ‘Urgent need’ for assistance Germany and Spain also pledged support and assistance with Norway promising to provide 30 million krone ($39 million 35 million euros) in humanitarian aid The EU released three million euros ($33 million) in aid which is in addition to assistance offered by individual member countries and the deployment of European Commission humanitarian aid and civil protection experts to the crisis area Israel said it was sending an aid delegation including a team of paramedics and doctors Charity Christian Aid launched an appeal for funds and said it was working with partner agencies to reach the worst hit areas Numerous aid groups and NGOs also announced help Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders) was dispatching an inflatable hospital with a 60-80 bed capacity AFP Written by Express News Service | Published: September 17 2012 3:16 am Related News Using mats for conversations and photographic projections as visual narrativesDelhi-based Raqs Media Collectiveknown for merging contemporary art with mythshistory and research in their workswill open their new exhibition at Bostons Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum The project titled The Great Bare Mat and Constellation is partly supported by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts The exhibition starts on September 20 and is on till January 72013 One of the two installations feature the Great Bare Mat, With Aslam, The first quarter-final Poland versus Portugal garnered nearly 3, Top News Pankaj Tripathi,a new study has revealed. 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“They saw more fluid than usual in my placenta, succumbs to political pressure not to air it.