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#RCBvGL #special #IPL2016 — James Taylor (@jamestaylor20) 14 May 2016 Absolutely killer batting by both champions @ABdeVilliers17 @imVkohli ? salute pictwittercom/I7rDJaAgfs — Harbhajan Singh (@harbhajan_singh) 14 May 2016 #RCBvGL Well done ABD and Kohli Superb demonstration of what the pub capital of India can do to a dry state — Ramesh Srivats (@rameshsrivats) May 14 2016 READ: Virat Kohli AB de Villiers set record books ablaze For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Aamir Khan | Mumbai | Published: July 3 2015 1:05 am Police Commissioner Rakesh Maria and Milind Bharambe Joint Commissioner of Police were summoned by the High Court on June 10 Related News On Thursday the Mumbai Police Commissioner a rare visitor was seen at the conference hall of the third floor of the High Court after the Mumbai police was summoned by the judiciary to discuss ways to tackle Mumbai’s rising traffic mess Police Commissioner Rakesh Maria and Milind Bharambe Joint Commissioner of Police were summoned by the High Court on June 10 In an attempt to control the heavy traffic flow in city the HC has stressed on scrutiny to establish basic driving sense during issuance of licences Maria brought a presentation to show what the city traffic police needed He said that the city’s traffic management was dependent on funds from the government Maria seated next to joint commissioner of traffic police Milind Bharambe also said that the department was set to roll out the “e-challan” pilot project in the next one month Share This Article Related Article With all the stakeholders in the room along with the presence of civic officals the Bombay Bar Association the petitioner was assisting Chief Justice Mohit Shah and Justice A K Menon in a suo motu public interest litigation dealing with city’s growing traffic concerns It will however take three months to implement the project in its entirety he said “There will be no cash collection at ground level then” said Maria In addition he said there will be 6000 CCTV cameras installed in the city Mumbai’s 1238 junctions have been divided into three categories so that managing them gets easier Those include places which need manning round-the-clock during peak hours and public functions Delhi is ahead of Mumbai when it comes to deployment of traffic police personnel While Mumbai has 3418 people in its personnel for its 1238 junctions Delhi had 5665 traffic policemen manning its 1028 junctions City roads witnessed a marginal drop in accidental deaths between 2014 and 2015 There were 11 484 deaths in 2014 compared to 11229 in 2015 “We have identified black spots and are trying to study the reasons behind these accidents” said Maria Filling up of 200 vacant posts in the traffic department will be done with lots of precautions “We have taken a conscious decision that the selection should be based purely on traffic sense integrity and flare for traffic” he said Installation of 200 variable message sign boards in the city is also in the offing said the police commissioner State’s Additional Chief Secretary K P Bakshi had earlier in the discussion said the release of funds was the prerogative of the finance secretary and the chief minister Apart from Maria Additional Municipal Commissioner K Srinivasan informed the court that vehicular movement had swelled in the city manifold Therefore signalisation of junctions was crucial he said The HC interrupted Srinivasan and asked why were not city roads being widened like Ahmedabad Expressing displeasure the HC also said that there were certain spots such as Air India junction where signals were not visible While disposing of the PIL the court directed the RTO to provide database of vehicles registered before 2006 to the traffic department within six months [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Updated: March 27 2015 8:07 pm ‘Detective Byomkesh Bakshy’ is based on the stories by writer Sharadindu Bandyopadhyay Related News Sushant Singh Rajput has joined the long list of people who have portrayed Byomkesh Bakshi on-screen but the actor says his upcoming movie is director Dibakar Banerjee’s personal take on the famous fictional detective from Bengali literature ‘Detective Byomkesh Bakshy’ is based on the stories by writer Sharadindu Bandyopadhyay The 29-year-old actor said even though he may be the 75th Byomkesh he never had any doubts about the project because it is a complete new take on the sleuth “There are so many TV shows and films about Byomkesh… I am probably the 75th Byomkesh So we have the essence of the story in our film but it is a very personal take of Dibakar Even though it is something that has been done so many times and in different ways I never had an iota of doubt with Dibakar and Yash Raj on board” Sushant told PTI during his visit here Playing a character from the 1940’s was not easy for the actor who said that initially he had difficulties grappling with the nuances and mannerisms of Byomkesh “The character was in a way very distant from who I thought I was at that point of time So convincing myself to be Byomkesh was challenging for me I had an idea of my own personality and got a hang of the character when I spoke to Dibakar” he said Sushant will be seen in a complete Bengali babu avatar in the film donning dhotis kurtas and commuting in trams and hand-pulled rickshaws The actor said that the ‘Bengaliness’ of his role is limited to the dressing and mannerisms as he will not be mouthing any Bengali dialogues “I have done everything Bengali apart from speaking the language I have done the mannerisms the mindset the food the dhotis But you will not see me dropping Bengali words in between my sentences in the movie” the actor said Dibakar said for him and producer Aditya Chopra Sushant was always the first choice for the movie which may have sequels “We needed a young rising star who was a heartthrob We were looking for a youthful and absolutely different Byomkesh someone who was just out of college arrogant but full of innocence He is a man of contrasts and at the same time has a fantastic intellect” Dibakar said The director however said that he has taken the star quotient out of Sushant Share This Article Related Article “This film does not have a love story typical action scenes We have removed Sushant’s star power his dancing and romance He had to begin from scratch “For this role we wanted someone who has an understated and nuanced style of acting not in your face Bollywood style of acting Sushant has that vulnerability intelligence and arrogance” Dibakar added “Detective Byomkesh Bakshy” also stars Anand Tiwari and Swastika Mukherjee in principal roles Spent sleepless nights over ‘Byomkesh Bakshy’: Dibakar Banerjee Bringing detective Byomkesh Bakshy alive on celluloid was Dibakar Banerjee’s childhood dream but the director says the project was scary and challenging to tackle A fan of Sharadindu Bandyopadhyay’s stories since the age of 13 Dibakar said he wanted ‘Detective Byomkesh Bakshy’ to be his first project but he is glad that he took over the movie only after gaining experience but it was bewildering all the same “This film was different from anything that has been done or anything that I have made We spent sleepless nights agonising over it It was scary and a different animal and we just wanted to tame it” Dibakar told PTI during a visit here “There was never a time when I did not want to make it I knew it will happen When you make films you start believing in destiny a bit because no matter how hard you push it will be made when it is destined to be” he said The director known for his interesting take on contemporary issues in ‘Khosla Ka Ghosla’ ‘Oye Lucky Lucky Oye’ and ‘Shanghai’ has set the Sushant Singh Rajput-starrer in the politically volatile era of 1940s Kolkata Dibakar said while there were seeds of the time and space in the author’s stories that start from the ’30s and go till ’60s he picked up the ’40s because it was the most interesting one “I like the vibe of Calcutta in the ’40s It was the frontier post of the allied forces and Japan was trying to attack India through North-East to capture the port city There was Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and the Quit India movement It was politically a very volatile period “Calcutta was under the shadow of war It was a huge sea port for allied forces and like every war there was gangwar drugs and weapons smuggling Bengal famine actually happened because allied forces diverted foodgrains to Greece to feed the army I wanted all of this for my backdrop” the director said When asked whether it was difficult to put so many things in the backdrop the director said that it evolves gradually in the movie “It’s the skill of the writer and director to keep the background and foreground different but to keep the relation between the two “What happens in ‘Byomkesh’ is that it starts as the backdrop and suddenly you realise that it was the foreground all along Byomkesh did not know it and when he realises it he understands that this mystery is too big to handle for one man” he added The movie produced by Dibakar Banerjee Productions and Yash Raj Films is set to release on April 3 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Mumbai | Updated: August 31 2014 11:17 am Related News Prithviraj Chavan said Congress high command had asked the state leadership to take a call on a seat-sharing formula (Source: Reuters photo) With Congress-NCP seat-sharing talks deadlocked over the latter’s insistence on getting more seats to contest the Assembly polls Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan on Sunday said he is against breaking the alliance but party workers feel the ally’s “body language is anti-Congress” “It is not that we want to break the 15-year-old alliance but Congress’ grassroots cadre is not happy with the role of NCP in the government and during elections “They are known to put up independent candidates to sabotage our chances Our workers say their body language is anti-Congress” Chavan told PTI in an interview Several top NCP leaders including Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar nephew of party chief Sharad Pawar have gone on record to demand 144 of the state’s 288 Assembly seats on the strength of its better performance in Lok Sabha elections NCP had won four of the 48 Lok Sabha seats in the state while Congress could manage just two in the worst-ever performance by the ruling combine Chavan said he had held a couple of rounds of talks with NCP leaders as the Congress high command had asked the state leadership to take a call on a seat-sharing formula Chavan set to face what promises to be the toughest electoral challenge in his career said the Assembly elections due in October will test the leadership skills of both himself and Prime Minister Narendra Modi “The Assembly elections are an important test of my leadership abilities as also of the Prime Minister If BJP does badly it would reflect poorly on his leadership and people will say that the Lok Sabha win was just a flash in the pan” he said The 68-year-old Maratha leader also felt the much publicised Gujarat model of governance is “abstract sloganeering” and that Maharashtra in the 15 years of Congress-NCP rule had seen much more development than its neighbour which would help the ruling alliance stave off a repeat of its dismal performance in Lok Sabha polls “In every sector Maharashtra is ahead of Gujarat… what is Gujarat model…and what is it that you have done and we haven’t We are leading in horticulture industrialisation education health and are way ahead of others” Chavan said He said Maharashtra is the most investment-friendly state and contributes almost 184 per cent to the country’s industrial output and constitutes 1409 per cent of its GDP Quoting an ASSOCHAM report Chavan said the state has received investment proposals worth Rs 1473466 crore while Guajrat got proposals involving Rs 1398347 crore Maharashtra’s model of tackling malnutrition has been praised by UNICEF as the best in the country he said adding stunting rates in the state have come down from 39 per cent to 24 per cent He said now the focus will be on spreading development of industrial centres in backward areas and tier-II and tier III cities Chavan said apart from making people aware of steps taken by the government for development he would highlight in the campaign the launch of the skill development mission in partnership with the private sector for 10th and 12th pass students The aim of the mission he said is to introduce advanced technology in agriculture to create fresh jobs and retain more people in the farm sector “What is important is people’s perception that we have delivered that they have a good result-oriented government growth is healthy and people are better off” he said Chavan said despite the success of Modi’s highly personalised campaign during Lok Sabha polls he was not in favour of launching a such a campaign himself “Congress’ campaign will be collective and inclusive and not a personalised individualistic campaign Congress’ culture is collective and inclusive” he said Noting that a Chief Minister cannot be segregated from his party Chavan said “If a party wins everyone wins If there are positive vibes about me among the people that should be reflected in the voting as well If people want me as Chief Minister they will vote for my candidate” Referring to the humiliating defeat in Lok Sabha polls he said the voters were disappointed with UPA-2 as it failed to fulfil the expectations of the people after the success of UPA 1 “Modi caught the imagination of the people who were looking for a change” he said He however said he was confident of turning around the fortunes of the ruling alliance in the Assembly polls “We fight every election to win and not to lose Of course Maharashtra poll is important for us as it will help the Congress to be back on path to recovery after a disastrous Lok Sabha performance” he said About talks of anti-incumbency factor going against the ruling alliance Chavan said “An efficient and good government is voted back to power irrespective of how many years it has been in power “There is no mathematical formula that if you are in power for so many number of years you will lose the next election In 2009 we had ten years of anti-incumbency Similarly at the Centre five years of UPA rule did not prevent us from winning handsomely in 2009” he said Referring to the recent Assembly by-elections in which Congress fared better than BJP Chavan said his party felt encouraged by the results When asked if his government had introduced quotas for Marathas and Muslims in government jobs and educational institutions with an eye on the Assembly polls he said it was done on the basis of statistical and quantified data on their social and educational backwardness “I don’t know whether it will benefit us electorally but it was the right thing to do” he said Asked if he would himself be in the fray in the polls Chavan a member of the Legislative Council said “Whether I contest or not party’s election committee will decide There is already a Congress MLA in my constituency Karad and I would not like to contest from anywhere other than my home seat” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News AB too smashed his hundred and remained unbeaten on 129. 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