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Asghar Stanikzai’s men were bundled out for 93 in the 14th over to hand West Indies a win by 29 runs (D/L method).Kesrick Williams was judged as the man of the match for his performance For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Mumbai | Published: August 27 2015 3:14 pm Kabir Khan: Katrina Kaif and I have had a great association since New York and ETT (Ek Tha Tiger) She has an impactful role in Phantom Related News Director Kabir Khan is gearing up for the release of his film ‘Phantom’ starring Katrina Kaif and Saif Ali Khan Though this is the first time that Kabir has worked with Saif Katrina shares a successful past with the filmmaker Share This Article Related Article The duo first worked together in 2009 for ‘New York’ and later Salman Khan starrer ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ both of which fared very well Kabir is confident about their third film being outing being equally successful “Katrina and I have had a great association since New York and ETT (Ek Tha Tiger) She has an impactful role in Phantom Both of us have our fingers crossed that we score a hat-trick” said the director Katrina also had warm words for Kabir “I’m really happy and proud of Kabir’s success I think it couldn’t have happened to a nicer more deserving person He is one of the most exciting new voices we have in cinema today Apart from being one of the main inspirations of my career he also remains one of my truest friends He is a person the unit loves New York was one of my most special films and Ek Tha Tiger was one of my biggest hits Even though we are yet to know the audiences’ verdict on Phantom it will always be a film I’ll be extremely proud of So far Kabir and I have had a wonderful journey togetherI thank him for his confidence trust and support I hope our journey continues in the future in an even more beautiful way” ‘Phantom’ is based on the aftermath of the 26/11 attacks that shook Mumbai It is releasing on August 28 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: January 6 2016 4:20 pm Actor Sunny Deol doesn’t support the idea of remaking films as he feels that the personality and charisma of the characters remain an inseperable part of a film Related News Actor Sunny Deol doesn’t support the idea of remaking films as he feels that the personality and charisma of the characters remain an inseperable part of a film “I feel that no film of any actor should be remade because when a film is made the person’s personality and charisma is present in it That’s why we shouldn’t touch it ever” “You pick the subject up don’t remake it Pick those characters up pick the feel up and put them in today’s society” Sunny said in an interview for his upcoming directorial “Ghayal Once Again” When the initial news of another “Ghayal” film came out there were doubts whether the film was a remake or a sequel to his 1990 hit But Sunny then clarified that it was neither of the two When asked if he’d like to adapt any other of his popular characters like Ajay Mehra from “Ghayal” he said: “As such there are no plans But if I bring certain characters from my films into today’s society then it will be interesting So let this be my acid test” (Read:Sunny Deol starrer ‘Ghayal Once Again’ will now release in February) “From this film I’ll understand how relevant I can be to the society and make those characters exist in the society If that happens then why not” (Also read:We have not grown up as humans: Sunny Deol) Citing the example of his father Dharmendra’s 1969 film “Satyakam” Sunny said: “The fight in those times was different but if I put that character in today’s society then the common point will be to see if a person can live with the truth or not and till when can they live with it That will be the essence” “Ghayal Once Again” will release in February For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsKarachi: The National Assembly’s Standing Committee on Sports has advised Pakistan’s top sports authorities and federations to collectively launch a campaign to stop India from being given hosting rights for international events The powerful committee observed that in recent months India had been trying to isolate Pakistani sportspersons by depriving them a chance to compete in international events Representational image AFP Pakistan’s Wrestling Federation and Squash Federation had recently claimed that their national teams were denied visa by the Indian High Commission for continental events A top lawmaker of the government Mushadullah Khan who heads the committee noted at a hearing on Thursday in Islamabad that by refusing visas to Pakistani sports teams for international events in India the Indian authorities have exposed themselves "We need to collectively launch a campaign to make the world aware that international sporting events should not be given to India because they are mixing sports with politics" Mushadullah said He was addressing the Chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board Shaharyar Khan who appeared before the committee for a hearing on cricket affairs Khan informed the committee members that the PCB had finally decided to stop accepting the Indian Cricket Board’s tactics to damage Pakistan cricket "We have sent the BCCI a Notice of Dispute under the Dispute Resolution Committee Terms of Reference of the ICC as they have repeatedly breached the agreement executed between PCB and BCCI in respect of the Future Tour Programme for the period 2015-2023" Khan said He said that the PCB had in its notice made it clear that it had suffered losses of around USD 60 million for every series that India had refused to play with it under the FTP and MOU signed between the two boards in 20-14 "We have demanded compensation for our losses and we have asked them to respond in a week’s time If they don’t accept our demand we will file a case before the ICC dispute resolution committee for hearing Which will be the start of our legal process against them" "Under ICC laws both the Boards have to accept the decision of the committee after our lawyers make their cases before them" Khan said Khan informed the committee that between 2015 and 2017 Pakistan twice tried to hold series at neutral venues but the Indians refused to play the bilateral series He said Pakistan had gone to India in 2012/13 for a short limited over series as a goodwill gesture "We did not get a penny from the series and the Indian Board earned from it Yet after that they series they made no attempt to reciprocate our goodwill gesture" The PCB chief also informed the committee that in the notice sent to the BCCI Pakistan had made it clear that between 2008 and 2017 it had twice sold its broadcasting rights "And in both contracts we lost revenues because in each contract around USD 40 million were to be paid to us for any bilateral series with India by the Broadcasters" said Khan By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: December 31 2016 7:51 pm Bombay High Court (File Photo) Top News THE BOMBAY Gymkhana announced it will not host New Year’s Eve celebrations this year a day after the Bombay High Court dismissed the club’s petition for a one-day licence to serve liquor on its lawns The club however will remain open with its normal functions Watch What Else Is making News In a last-minute decision the gymkhana administration issued a notice to its members that stated that the party was cancelled “in view of permission not having been granted for one-day liquor licence and the parking facilities on MG Road having been withdrawn with immediate effect” Bombay Gymkhana’s CEO RN Renjen said “Since we don’t have the permission to serve alcohol on the grounds members would have been greatly inconvenienced They would have to get a drink at the bar counter and then join the celebrations in the ground” The withdrawal for permission for parking on MG Road was an added inconvenience as many members had opted out of the celebrations for lack of parking space said Renjen “With these inconveniences we decided it was not worth holding the celebrations” he said The club will however carry on with its normal functions “Although there will be no special celebration the club will continue The restaurant will remain open” said Renjen For members who had bought passes for the event the club has made arrangements at the Cricket Club of India Members will however have to pay extra for beverages Trouble for the club began when the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation refused to renew the agreement for the parking lot and multiplied when the Excise Department denied the one-day liquor licence to the club While the decision restricted the club to serve alcohol only in the bar area on Friday CEO RN Renjen and some other members approached the vacation bench of the High Court While the court’s dismissal forced the administration to abort the party according to sources in the Gymkhana the administration had learnt of a possible raid by the Excise Department at night which could have been another reason for the cancellation For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | Melbourne | Published: February 8 2017 1:54 pm Top News Former Australian fast bowler Rodney Hogg has sparked a controversy Down Under when he said Don Bradman considered the greatest batsman to have played cricket would not have been as successful now as he was in his playing days Hogg said Bradman wouldn’t have averaged his famous 9994 if he was playing today “It’s disrespectful I know to say that but those stats jumped at me that it was easier to bat between 1920 and 1950 than what it is now” Hogg told SEN Radio “Sir Donald Bradman was a freak but I don’t think he would have averaged 99 now” Hogg who represented Australia in the late 70s’ and 80′ used batting averages throughout different periods of history as a guide pointing out the number of averages above 50 for batsmen playing for England in comparison to the modern era “(It’s) just very interesting the batting averages England have had in current times Graham Gooch has got 42 (David) Gower has got about 43 (Allan) Lamb is mid to low 40s Geoffrey Boycott’s 47 (Kevin) Pietersen 47” Hogg said “I’ll go back between 1920 and 1950 (Walter) Hammond averaged 58 (Herbert) Sutcliffe 60 (Len) Hutton 56 and (Jack) Hobbs 56 so there’s four names I’ve just come up with who’ve all got averages 10 above all the current-time players “I’m saying now that I don’t think Sir Donald Bradman in this current era would’ve averaged anywhere near 9994 I’m saying it based on that (those averages)” Hogg’s comments caused a stir on Twitter as fans expressed their opinions Widely regarded as the best cricketer ever and Australia’s best-ever sportsman Bradman holds a special place in the hearts of all Australian sports fans For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsObamacare repeal appears doomed after key Republican says ‘no’ | Reuters World Reuters Sep 26 2017 07:17:32 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Sep 26 2017 07:17 AM | Updated Date: Sep 26 2017 07:17 AM Tags : Written by Express News Service | Ahmedabad/vadodara | Published: October 9 2013 3:08 am Related News The Navratri festivalmarketed as the worlds longest dance performance by Gujarat tourismjust got shorter because of heavy showers that continued due to a prolonged monsoon Organised by the state government? the second day in a row. 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