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Call of Duty Next livestream set to show future of the franchise alongside September beta access

Last we checked in with Call of Duty, the best teams in the competitive league were squaring off in Brooklyn with the Major IV tournament . Today, were now getting a teaser as to whats next from the popular franchise, with the announcement of Call of Duty Next, a live event later this fall. Showcasing the future of the series including gameplay coverage of Modern Warfare IIs multiplayer modes and more, theres also information on the first round of beta access for those who pre-ordered the game. more The post Call of Duty Next livestream set to show future of the franchise alongside September beta access appeared first on 9to5Toys .

9To5Toys 8 Aug 2022 3:38 am

Players sold for over Rs 2 cr at PKL auction

Mumbai, Aug 7: Pawan Kumar Sehrawat, who was acquired by Tamil Thalaivas, emerged as the most expensive buy at the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) Season 9 player auction held here. A total of 130 players were sold to the 12 franchises during the player auction over the two days, across the four categories of players [] The post Players sold for over Rs 2 cr at PKL auction appeared first on The Shillong Times .

The Shillong Times 8 Aug 2022 2:40 am

McDonalds customers love saladswho knew?

Burger chain faces pushback after it lets franchisees shed the greenery. Just please bring it back.

Livemint 7 Aug 2022 8:18 pm

Heavy rainfall forecast over parts of Jharkhand for next 3 days

Ranchi, Aug 07: Jharkhand is expected to get heavy showers in some pockets during the next three days beginning from Monday. Currently, a well-marked low-pressure area lies over Northwest and adjoining West-central Bay of Bengal off Odisha and adjoining north Andhra

Oneindia 7 Aug 2022 5:50 pm

Kabaddi Players Strike Gold At PKL Season 9 Player Auction

At the PKL Player Auction, 130 players from each of the four player categories were sold to the 12 franchisees.

The Quint 7 Aug 2022 3:58 pm

Cipla betting big on digitisation and emerging segments like mRNA

Drug major Cipla is betting big on digitisation and emerging segments like biosimilars and mRNA aided medications to drive its next phase of growth. The Mumbai-based drug maker is also bullish on maximising value opportunity in the complex generics in the US market. It is also looking to scale up its US core formulations sales on the back of respiratory and peptide franchises while monitoring upcoming complex product launches in the second half of the current fiscal. Digitalisation in healthcare found its rightful place during the pandemic, and there is a need to expand and support the essential backup services to enable digital healthcare to function efficiently in all primary and secondary healthcare centres, Cipla Executive Vice-Chairperson Samina Hamied said in the company's Annual Report for 2021-22. The drug firm has embarked on the digital transformation of the value chain across functions, including finance, R&D, manufacturing, supply chain, HR, customer outreach and ...

Business Standard 7 Aug 2022 2:17 pm

Disney+ Hotstar to stream new She-Hulk show on 17 August

It is intended to be the eighth television series in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) produced by Marvel Studios, sharing continuity with the films of the franchise

Livemint 7 Aug 2022 12:56 pm

Jharkhand on high alert after pig deaths in Ranchi district

The state animal husbandry department asked all 24 districts to be vigilant for any sick pig following the death of nearly 100 pigs in Ranchi over the last week.

The Times of India 7 Aug 2022 12:02 pm

African swine fever came after Lumpy virus, more than 100 pigs died

Several states in India have reported African swine fever (ASF). Now in view of this, orders have also been issued to kill pigs in many areas. In fact, a few days ago, the central government had warned Kerala to take all precautions against this threat. Let us tell you all that in Mizoram and Jharkhand also, there is talk of African swine fever spreading to wild animals. In fact, after the death of more than 100 pigs due to suspected African swine fever in the Ranchi district of Jharkhand on July 27, the animal husbandry department issued an alert and asked them to take precautionary measures. According to a report that has surfaced, an official said on Saturday that samples of the affected pigs have been sent to Bhopal's National Institute of High-Security Animal Diseases and the regional disease diagnostic laboratory in Kolkata to find out about the actual disease. At the same time, an advisory has been issued to all the districts of Jharkhand to take precautionary measures and follow protocols like COVID-19 in case of such an incident. Along with this, the department has also started a swine fever vaccination campaign. Let us tell you that in Mizoram also, there is talk of the spread of African swine fever in wild pigs. Dr Lalmingthanga, Joint Director, Department of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Medicine here, told PTI-Bhasha that samples taken from the carcasses of wild boars found in two forest areas of Champhai district were sent to the National Institute of High-Security Animal Diseases in Bhopal. It has also been confirmed that these pigs have been killed by ASF. On the other hand, Dr Lalmingthanga, Joint Director, Department of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Medicine, said that vaccination is the only option left to prevent the outbreak of this disease in pigs. At the same time, he said that it is now believed that as per the National Action Plan, the disease cannot be eradicated through existing containment measures, as the outbreak is now being considered an epidemic. What is African Swine Fever?- According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, African swine fever (AFS) is a very contagious and deadly disease, which can infect both farm-grown and wild pigs. African swine fever can have a mortality rate of up to 100% and the African swine virus can spread rapidly through physical fluid in direct contact from one infected pig to another. Now, more than 400 cattle died of lumpy skin disease in Punjab Farmer's son became 14th Vice-President, from PM to President congratulates What are the prices of petrol and diesel in your city today, know here

News Track 7 Aug 2022 9:38 am

Rims introduces tech edge for financial transparency

In order to make administrative work hassle-free and to make the purchase of medical equipment and any type of monetary transaction transparent, the Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences (Rims) has implemented an e-office system.

The Times of India 7 Aug 2022 8:19 am

3 infants among 5 hurt in anganwadi roof collapse

Three infants and two women had a miraculous escape after a portion of the ceiling of the anganwadi centre, where they had gone for a check-up, fell on them at Navadih Bartili village under Ghaghra block in Gumla district on Saturday.

The Times of India 7 Aug 2022 8:19 am

Man gets 20 years RI for raping minor in Ranchi dist

A special Pocso court in Ranchi on Saturday sentenced one Sohrab Ansari to 20 years of rigorous imprisonment in connection with the rape of a minor girl in March 2019 in an area under Pundaag police station limits.

The Times of India 7 Aug 2022 8:19 am

Four nabbed for murder in Khunti

Khunti police on Saturday arrested four criminals in connection with the murder of one Vishun Pahan in Birua forest under Murhu police station area on June 21. The arrested are identified as Jadoo Munda, Vikas Nayak, Chambar Singh, and Rohit Mundu.

The Times of India 7 Aug 2022 8:19 am

Gumla dist admin fixes price to ease sand crisis

The Gumla administration fixed the rate of sand at Rs 1,100 per 100 cubic square feet, amid the prevailing sand crisis across the state. The move will ensure that sand is available for government-sponsored housing schemes and infrastructural developments at an affordable cost.

The Times of India 7 Aug 2022 8:19 am

400 rakhis sold daily in city markets

With the Raksha Bandhan festival on August 11, the markets are flooded with different designs of rakhi, ranging for Rs10 to Rs 4,000 per piece. Traditional rakhis with religious symbol like Swastik, Om, or a picture of Ganesha are in high demand.

The Times of India 7 Aug 2022 8:19 am

Dalmia Group gifts 1L flags to Bokaro admin

As part of the Centres Har Ghar Tiranga campaign, the Dalmia Group on Saturday donated one lakh flags to the Bokaro administration. The flags will be distributed among the masses so that people can hoist them at their homes on Independence Day.

The Times of India 7 Aug 2022 8:19 am

Pilot project to teach primary classes in native languages begins

The state education department has introduced a new system of learning titled Mother Tongue-Based Multilingual Education (MTBMLE) programme as a pilot project for select primary students of Class I to V studying in government schools.

The Times of India 7 Aug 2022 8:19 am

CM congratulates Dhankhar; BJP likens his win to farmers victory

Chief minister Hemant Soren congratulated Jagdeep Dhankhar for being elected the vice-president of the country on Saturday evening. He also extended greetings on behalf of the people of the state.

The Times of India 7 Aug 2022 8:19 am

Traders body to donate 5 lakh flags to govt by August 10

The apparel manufacturers association (AMA) in Ranchi will donate five lakh flags to the Jharkhand government as part of the Centres Har Ghar Tiranga campaign. Around 2.5 lakh flags have already been donated to the government.The remaining 2.

The Times of India 7 Aug 2022 8:18 am

Snakebite cases: Teenager dies, elderly man hospitalised in East Singhbhum

A 14-year-old boy died and a 74-year-old man is hospitalised in two separate incidents of snakebites in East Singbhum district on Saturday.

The Times of India 7 Aug 2022 8:18 am

2 minor siblings die in bee attack in Ranchi

Two siblings, aged seven and two years, lost their lives after a swarm of bees attacked their house late on Thursday evening in the Mousibari area under the Jagannathpur police station. The mother of the two deceased children and her other son, aged five, were injured in the incident.

The Times of India 7 Aug 2022 8:18 am

CM to attend Niti Aayog meet in Delhi

Chief minister Hemant Soren is scheduled to attend Niti Aayogs meeting with all the chief ministers in Delhi on Sunday during which he is expected to demand special package for drought relief, pending dues related to mining, among others, officials here said on Saturday.

The Times of India 7 Aug 2022 8:18 am

Insidious 5 casts Peter Dager, Sinclair Daniel and Hiam Abbass

Los Angeles, Aug 6: Actors Peter Dager, Sinclair Daniel and Hiam Abbass are the latest additions to the cast of the fifth installment in the Insidious film franchise. According to entertainment website Deadline, Screen Gems and Stage 6 Films are soon set to start production on the project. Actors Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne and Ty Simpkins are returning for the new movie. Wilson is also directing the film. Set ten years after the end of Insidious 2, Josh Lambert (Wilson) [] The post Insidious 5 casts Peter Dager, Sinclair Daniel and Hiam Abbass appeared first on Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism | Breaking News J&K .

Daily Excelsior 7 Aug 2022 12:15 am

David Hare: There is an awful lot of pious theatre at the moment

The playwright on branching out into poetry, contemporaries he admires and his need to challenge audiences beliefs David Hare, 75, is the author of more than 30 stage plays, many of them dealing with politics and major British institutions, including Plenty , Racing Demon , Stuff Happens and The Absence of War . He has also written (and sometimes directed) numerous screenplays and television series such as Collateral and Roadkill. We Travelled , just published in paperback, brings together reminiscences, reflections on his ideal theatre, political polemic and tributes to some of the artists he admires as well as a selection of his poetry, published for the first time. What led you to write and now publish poetry? I started writing poetry because [my wife] Nicole [Farhi, the fashion designer turned sculptor] complained that I never wrote about her. And I said, considering the kind of writer I was, it was probably a great compliment! I began with love poetry and then expanded from there. I published it privately as a 70th birthday present to myself There is obviously a poetry establishment in this country [and] people said I was very brave to write poetry when I knew nothing about the state of poetry. Continue reading...

The Guardian 6 Aug 2022 10:30 pm

Over 100 pigs die due to suspected African swine fever in Ranchi, alert sounded

The staff of the animal farms have been asked to take all precautionary measures while handling the animals.

The New Indian Express 6 Aug 2022 8:56 pm

Jagdeep Dhankar becomes next Vice-president of India

Vice-president election: National Democratic Alliance Vice Presidential candidate Jagdeep Dhankhar on Saturday won the vice-presidential election to be the 14thVP of India. He was pitted against Opposition's pick Margaret Alva.As many as725 MPs of the total 780 voted in the elections. Around 93 per cent polling was recorded in the vice presidential election on Saturday, with more than 50 MPs not exercising their franchise.

India TV 6 Aug 2022 7:45 pm

Prey review stylish Predator prequel rooted in Native American history

The horror sci-fi series is cleverly revived by 10 Cloverfield Lane director Dan Trachtenberg, with Amber Midthunder commanding as a tracker with a secret weapon The word prequel makes my heart sink. So often its just a cynical means to squeeze a little more juice out of an already dead and desiccated franchise, or a reboot that paints a layer of self-referential irony over a much-loved original. But Prey is different. Directed by Dan Trachtenberg ( 10 Cloverfield Lane ), its a prequel to the Predator series that stays true to the essence of the original stylishly violent, stickily graphic, impossibly tense while also working satisfyingly as a self-contained entity. The setting is the land of the Comanche nation, 300 years ago; the central character is Naru (the formidable Amber Midthunder), a warrior and expert tracker whose skills have been honed by a lifetime of close combat against the forces of the patriarchy. But ingrained sexism works in her favour: the assumption that as a woman shes not a credible threat turns out to be her secret weapon. That and her self-invented elasticated axe device think a murderous version of paddle ball. Prey is available on Hulu in the US and Disney+ elsewhere Continue reading...

The Guardian 6 Aug 2022 7:30 pm

Ranchi hit with African swine fever, over 100 pigs die

70 pigs die in Kanke-based government pig breeding farm, 40 in Chanho area

The Hindu 6 Aug 2022 6:26 pm

Vice-President Election 2022: Around 93% of MPs vote in poll

New Delhi, Aug 06: Around 93 per cent polling was recorded in the vice presidential election on Saturday, with more than 50 MPs not exercising their franchise. Officials said of the total 780 MPs, as many as 725 MPs voted till

Oneindia 6 Aug 2022 6:12 pm

Should I Franchise My Business? 6 Reasons Why Franchising May Not Be The Right Option For Your Business

For many brands franchising can be a great route to expansion, but it is not the best and most appropriate course of action for every business. These 6 reasons are certainly not exhaustive but are some key points to bear in mind when considering if franchising is right for you and your business.

Forbes 6 Aug 2022 3:26 pm

Streaming: the best video game film adaptations

Sonic the Hedgehog 2, like Super Mario Bros, assorted Lara Crofts and all things Resident Evil, seeks the sweet spot between knowing silliness and serious action The humble video game movie tends to get it from all sides. Critics turn up their noses and gaming nerds are often equally hard to please, albeit on very different points of principle. Kids are perhaps the most forgiving demographic for the video game film, which is why the belated Sonic the Hedgehog film franchise has done well to squarely target them. Now out on DVD and streaming, Sonic the Hedgehog 2 replicates the first films garish formula of faintly ironic in-jokery, chase-heavy action embellished with garish, primary-coloured CGI and industrial-strength hamming by Jim Carrey as Sonics nemesis, Dr Robotnik. It gets the job done, perhaps a little too thoroughly at more than two hours in length. Continue reading...

The Guardian 6 Aug 2022 12:30 pm

Voting under way to elect India's next Vice President; PM Modi, Manmohan Singh cast vote: Key points

Polling to elect the next Vice President of India began at 10 am, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi being among the first ones to cast vote. Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh arrived in a wheelchair and needed support to stand up and vote. CPM MP John Brittas was among those who helped the veteran leader in exercising his franchise. The two-term prime minister greeted those present with folded hands.

The Times of India 6 Aug 2022 11:44 am

Voting underway for vice-presidential election, PM voted first

New Delhi: Voting has begun for the election of the new Vice President of the country. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was the first to exercise his franchise. At the same time, former PM and Congress Rajya Sabha member Dr Manmohan Singh reached Parliament to cast his vote for the Vice-Presidential election. Earlier, Union Ministers Jitendra Singh and Ashwini Vaishnaw cast their votes in Parliament House for the Vice President's election. Let me tell you that India is going to get a new Vice President today. Voting for this is also today and the results will also be announced today. Delhi | Former Prime Minister and Congress MP Dr Manmohan Singh arrives at the Parliament to cast his vote for the Vice Presidential election. pic.twitter.com/OK0GsY5npL ANI (@ANI) August 6, 2022 Former West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar is the candidate from the NDA, while the opposition has fielded Margaret Alva. But, like the presidential election, this time too, the contest looks one-sided. In terms of statistics, Jagdeep Dhankhar is leading in this race. On behalf of the opposition, Margaret Alva is definitely contesting the election, but she does not appear to be in the competition of Dhankhar. In fact, one needs at least 394 votes to win the vice presidential election. Whoever achieves this figure, victory is confirmed. Union Ministers Jyotiraditya Scindia and Rajeev Chandrasekhar cast their votes for the Vice Presidential election, at the Parliament. pic.twitter.com/rhbjeT8qwd ANI (@ANI) August 6, 2022 NDA candidate Jagdeep Dhankhar already has 395 votes in his account, that is, he already has more votes in his favour than he needs to win. That is why Jagdeep Dhankhar's victory in the election is considered to be certain. At present, the BJP has 303 MPs in the Lok Sabha and 93 MPs in the Rajya Sabha, in such a situation, the number of BJP MPs (396) is looking enough to give Dhankhar a victory in the vice-presidential election. Can Taiwan adapt China's extensive war games? Sushma Swaraj the first woman CM of Delhi, started doing this work at the age of 21 God Idols bigger than 3 feet will be seized, orders Congress govt

News Track 6 Aug 2022 11:37 am

Hardik Pandya reached the home of the legendary West Indies cricketer, and shared a picture on social media!

The Indian cricket team is busy playing a series of five T20 matches against the Windies. So far three matches of the series have been played. In which Team India 21 is leading. The remaining two matches will be played in Lauderhill, Florida, USA. The fourth match is to be played on August 6 and the fifth match on August 7. Meanwhile, the players are enjoying themselves fiercely during break time. In such a situation, Team India's all-rounder Hardik Pandya has posted some pictures from his social media account. In these pictures, all-rounder Hardik Pandya is seen at the house of former West Indies captain Kieron Pollard. Hardik Pandya expressed his gratitude to Pollard Hardik Pandya and Kieron Pollard have played a lot of cricket together for the Indian Premier League franchise Mumbai Indians. In such a situation, there is an old friendship between the two. Hardik Pandya thanked Pollard for hosting him at his home. Sharing the pictures on social media, Hardik Pandya wrote, 'No trip to the Caribbean is complete without visiting the King's house. Thank you for hosting Pauly my dear brother and your family.' The good relationship between the two Kieron Pollard, the all-rounder of the Indian team and former captain of the West Indies team, has played together in India's well-known T20 league i.e. IPL. In such a situation, the relationship between the two players on and off the field is very good. Let us tell you that Hardik Pandya, who went with the team on the West Indies tour, was appointed by the BCCI as the captain of the team for the series of Twenty20 matches played on the tour of Ireland. It is worth noting that Hardik Pandya, who was dropped from the team due to poor performance in the last ICC T20 World Cup, made a place in the national team again due to his brilliant performance while leading the new IPL team Gujarat Titans. And also currently performing well for Team India. Looking at his performance, it can be guessed that he can be selected for the team for the upcoming Asia Cup and the upcoming ICC T20 World Cup.

Kalam Times 6 Aug 2022 10:14 am

If Hardik Pandya and Rishabh Pant face the last 12 balls, then Team India has to face defeat!

Indian team's star all-rounder player Hardik Pandya and wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant are excellent middle-order batsmen. On some occasions, Rishabh Pant has also opened for the Indian team. A century partnership between Pant and Hardik Pandya for the fifth wicket against England. However, former Pakistan captain Rashid Latif does not have confidence in his abilities to score more runs in the death overs. The former Pakistani captain has made a big claim that Team India is more likely to lose if Rishabh Pant and Hardik Pandya are left to finish the game with the ball with 12 balls to spare for the Indian team. But if Pant and Hardik have to play with Karthik, it means that the top order has faltered. Rashid Latif while talking about Dinesh Karthik on the YouTube show Caught Behind said- Dinesh Karthik is fine in franchise cricket. But when it comes to playing for Team India, he has three to four quality batsmen. Where and how will he bat in 20 overs? I believe it is fine till franchise cricket, but if they are getting to bat against international teams like Pakistan and Australia, it means the top order is damaged.

Kalam Times 6 Aug 2022 10:03 am

Schedule announced for AUS-SA series, know when and where Rohit and Co will clash!

The T20 World Cup is going to be organized in the month of October. Before the T20 World Cup, the Indian team will take on Australia and South Africa. On Wednesday, the BCCI released the home series scheduled against Australia and South Africa. In the month of September, the Indian team will face Australia. A series of 3 T20 matches will be played between both teams. After this, South Africa and India will face each other in the month of October. On this tour, a series of 3-3 T20 and ODI matches will be played between the two teams. Let us tell you that the series of three T20 matches between India and Australia will start on 20 September. The first match of this series will be played on 20 September in Mohali. While the second match will be held in Nagpur on 23 September. The same third match will be played in Hyderabad on 25 September. The same 3 T20 series between India and South Africa will start on 28 September. Its first match will be played in Tripura on 28 September, the second match will be played in Guwahati on 2 October, while the third match will be played in Indore on 2 October. The first match of the ODI series between India and South Africa will be played on 6 October in Lucknow, the second match will be played in Ranchi on 9 October, while the third match will be played in Delhi on 11 October.

Kalam Times 6 Aug 2022 9:28 am

Cong workers protest against price rise in city

Keeping up with their counterparts from across the country, the leaders, lawmakers and workers of Jharkhand Congress on Friday tried to gherao the Raj Bhawan in protest against steep price rise of essential commodities.

The Times of India 6 Aug 2022 8:26 am

Lohardaga govt employee found dead in hotel

Devnath Asur (40), a man from the particularly vulnerable tribal group (PVTG) community, was found dead in a hotel in a market at Maina Bagaicha locality of Lohardaga town late on Thursday.

The Times of India 6 Aug 2022 8:26 am

Zonal declamation contest in Steel City school

Narbheram Hansraj English School (NHES) hosted the zonal declamation contest (junior category) here on Friday, in which students enrolled in classes IX and X from 26 schools took part.NHES principal Paramita Roy Chaudhury delivered the welcome speech at the event.

The Times of India 6 Aug 2022 8:26 am

JNAC prepares 30cr plan to check Subarnarekha pollution

To check the pollution level in Subarnarekha, which is the major source of drinking water for local residents of Jamshedpur, Ghatshila, Moubhandar and Musaboni in East Singhbhum district, Jamshedpur Notified Area Committee (JNAC) has drawn up a plan which will ensure that affluents from

The Times of India 6 Aug 2022 8:25 am

34 KGBV Chakulia students test +ve

As many as 34 students of the Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya in Chakulia tested positive for Covid-19 on Friday. A Covid-19 screening drive was conducted in the school in two phases on Wednesday and Friday. In all, 412 students were tested.

The Times of India 6 Aug 2022 8:25 am

BJPs Tiranga Yatra from Morhabadi to Birsa Chowk whips up patriotic fervour

Opposition MLAs on Friday attempted to whip up patriotic fervour ahead of the Independence Day by taking out a motorcycle rally by holding the national flag.

The Times of India 6 Aug 2022 8:25 am

Chakradharpur rly div procures 20k natl flags for staff

Over 20,000 employees of the Indian Railways who are working in the Chakradharpur railway division of South Eastern Railways (SER) will be hoisting the national flag at their homes on the Independence Day this year.

The Times of India 6 Aug 2022 8:25 am

Govt docs oppose ban on pvt practice, write to CM

The Jharkhand chapter of the Indian Medical Association (IMA) on Friday wrote an open letter to chief minister Hemant Soren criticising the state health departments recent directive to the doctors of the state health services where they have been asked to refrain from private practice after

The Times of India 6 Aug 2022 8:25 am

Govt misleading villagers on ration: Civil rights body

Khadya Suraksha Janadhikar Manch, a civil rights body working for proper implementation of National Food Security Act (NFSA), has accused the government of misleading people through members of the house by making false claims as far as distribution of ration is concerned.

The Times of India 6 Aug 2022 8:25 am

Staff shortage leads to vacant seats in vocational courses

Most of the seats in vocational courses being offered by eight government schools in Class XI and XII level across the district are lying vacant. The reasons are shortage of teachers, absence of labs, and other facilities.

The Times of India 6 Aug 2022 8:25 am

Kaser Focus: Paldea, here I come

GamesBeat's Rachel Kaser contemplates her return to the Pokmon franchise, as well as what to play during this quiet release week.

NewsLookup 6 Aug 2022 5:10 am

BJP MP seeks NIA probe into Jharkhand 'creeping Islamisation'

BJP MP of Lok Sabha from Godda demanded a probe by National Investigation Agency (NIA) into what he called the creeping Islamisation of larger parts of Jharkhand and adjoining Bihar.

The Times of India 6 Aug 2022 4:29 am

Jharkhand: One-year-old dies as uncle drops him from lap while playing

A 1-year-old baby was killed in Jharkhand's Seraikela-Kharswan district while playing with his uncle who allegedly dropped him from a height, police said on Friday.

The Times of India 5 Aug 2022 9:46 pm

Muscleman linked to Hemant Sorens aide sent to ED custody

Ranchi: A special PMLA court in Ranchi on Friday sent Bachhu Yadav, a muscleman linked to a political representative of Chief Minister Hemant Soren, to six-day Enforcement Directorate custody as part of a money-laundering probe in an alleged illegal mining and extortion scam in Jharkhand. Bacchu Yadav was arrested by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Get the latest updates in Hyderabad City News , Technology , Entertainment , Sports , Politics and Top Stories on WhatsApp & Telegram by subscribing to our channels. You can also download our app for Android and iOS .

The Siasat Daily 5 Aug 2022 9:36 pm

Jobs in UAE: Americana Restaurants to recruit up to 500 people

Abu Dhabi: Americana Restaurants, the leading F&B platform and one of the largest multi-brand restaurant operators in the Middle East & North Africa (MENA) region will recruit up to 500 people to operate a new chain of a coffee franchisees in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and region. Americana Restaurants has entered a franchise agreement Get the latest updates in Hyderabad City News , Technology , Entertainment , Sports , Politics and Top Stories on WhatsApp & Telegram by subscribing to our channels. You can also download our app for Android and iOS .

The Siasat Daily 5 Aug 2022 8:50 pm

Domestic franchise businesses should be able to expand overseas: govt

Acting Director General of Domestic Trade at the Ministry of Trade Syailendraemphasized that domestic franchise businesses should be able to expand their products to foreign markets in accordance with Trade Minister ...

Antara News 5 Aug 2022 6:11 pm

Fans Concerned After Ravindra Jadeja Deletes Old Tweet Assuring 10 more Years With CSK

Fans speculate over Ravindra Jadeja's future with CSK as the all-rounder first deleted all his CSK-related Instagram posts and has now deleted a tweet that highlights that something's brewing between franchise and the player

News18 5 Aug 2022 5:16 pm

Country moving towards 'Islamisation,' 1800 schools in Jharkhand has leave on Friday instead of Sunday

Ranchi: BJP MP Nishikant Dubey on Friday made a big claim in the Lok Sabha that 1800 schools in Jharkhand are going on holiday on Friday instead of Sunday. He further said that the incident is proof that the country is moving towards Islamisation. Raising the issue during zero hours in the Lok Sabha, he said the matter should be investigated by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) so that the truth can be exposed and a strong message can be sent to the separatists. The BJP MP said, I am drawing attention to the Islamisation taking place in the state of Jharkhand. In some districts of the state, the balance of population has changed. Bangladesh is close and that's why it's happening. It has suddenly come to light that there are 1800 such schools in Jharkhand which have added Urdu words to their names. These schools do not have holidays on Sundays but on Fridays. Nishikant Dubey said, The country is moving towards Islamization. Jharkhand is giving way to him. It should be investigated by the NIA. It should send a strong message. It will not be tolerated at any cost.'' BJP MP Jayant Sinha raised the issue of the backwardness of Jharkhand and claimed that the state has lagged far behind many parameters of development. The state has failed to provide research, opportunities and skill development to its people. Only seven-eight new start-ups have been registered in Jharkhand. The Central Government should direct the State Government to improve its functioning.'' Cabinet Secy Rajiv Gauba gets one-year extension in service Is there a 'secret agreement' between PM Modi and Mamata Banerjee? 'Stay away from Ladakh border..,' India gave strong advice to Dragon amid China-Taiwan dispute

News Track 5 Aug 2022 4:48 pm

Mother of 2 children ran away with neighbour, condition of innocents bad

Ranchi: The wife of Nimai Murmu of Ghatshila police station area of East Singhbhum district of Jharkhand left her two children and ran away with Gora Hembram of Dhalbhumgarh police station area and got married and left both her children with her husband. The incident reached the woman SHO Rukmini Kumari. The woman SHO listened to the woman and her first husband Nimai Murmu and her second husband Gora Hembram. The woman and her second husband said hewould not take the two children with them. The woman SHO explained to them that the children were still small. A mother will be needed to raise them. The husband and wife brought up both the children with them, but both the children refused to live with their mother. Let us tell you that Nimai Murmu's daughter is 11 years old and her younger son is 7 years old. The children also said that they both do not want to live with their mother as shewill now torture both the children. The woman SHO said that if the two children are not taken care of properly from now on, their lives will be ruined. The same husband and his wife agreed that they would open their bank account of Rs 2,000 every month to raise the two children so that they could live their lives in the right way. Nimai Murmu said his wife left him three months ago and fled with Gora Hembram, a resident of Sarbila village under the Dhalbhumgarh police station area. Due to this, she did not even contact the two children, while Gora Hembram's wife said that she was in touch with the two children. Revenue employee dies in suspicious condition, wife charged with murder For dowry, in-laws along with husband killed the wife India got a big advantage between Russia-Ukraine, know how?

News Track 5 Aug 2022 3:30 pm

Roddy Estwick Named As The Lead Assistant Coach Of CPL Side Barbados Royals

Caribbean Premier League (CPL) side Barbados Royals on Friday revealed that West Indies assistant and bowling coach Roddy Estwick has been named as the lead assistant coach for the team ahead of the start of the league's upcoming season from August 30 till September 30. The Barbados-based team had earlier announced Trevor Penney as the head coach. Apart from Estwick's appointment, former Jamaican pacer Andrew Richardson will continue to remain with the franchise, in a dual role of team manager and assistant coach. Barbados Royals will be benefiting from its partner franchise Rajasthan Royals' runners-up finish in the IPL 2022 season, with Sid Lahiri, the Head of Academy Coaching of the Royals, to be Assistant Coach for the CPL 2022 season. He will be joined by Panish Shetty as team analyst, who has also been associated with the Rajasthan Royals as part of their analytics set-up and AT Rajamani, whose role as the Strength and Conditioning Coach will extend to the Barbados Royals as well. The Barbados-based franchise have also appointed Neil Barry as physiotherapist, Sharon Coppin as the team's massage therapist and will also have at their disposal the expertise of Giles Lindsay, the Royals' head of analytics and technology. The lead coaches will be supported by Kumar Sangakkara, Royals' director of cricket, and Zubin Bharucha, strategy, development and performance director, throughout the season. We are delighted to have secured a very knowledgeable and skilful set of coaches for the upcoming season of the CPL. At the Royals, our aim is to create an overarching coaching structure which can extend to the CPL, with the likes of Trevor, Sid, Giles, Panish and Rajamani, who have gained immense experience and had excelled as a unit in the IPL earlier this year. These coaches, combined with the talent, local grasp and familiarisation of the ecosystem possessed by Roddy, Andrew, Neil and Sharon, along with their long-standing association with the CPL and Barbados, will form the core coaching staff for the 2022 season. We're excited to have them all on board and look forward to achieving our goals this year, said Sangakkara in an official statement. Also Read: Scorecard Barbados Royals, to be captained by South Africa's David Miller, will kickstart their CPL 2022 season against St Kitts and Nevis Patriots at the Warner Park Stadium, in Basseterre, St Kitts and Nevis on September 1.

CNMSports 5 Aug 2022 2:40 pm

Kolkata Police raids 3 locations in Ranchi in connection with advocate Rajiv Kumars arrest

Kolkata Police raids 3 locations in Ranchi in connection with advocate Rajiv Kumars arrest

India Today 5 Aug 2022 1:56 pm

RBI MPC: Banks with higher share of floating rates to do well in this higher interest rate regime, says Naveen Kulkarni of Axis Securities

Banks with a higher share of floating rates and a robust CASA-led deposit franchise should be placed well in this increasing interest rate environment as the current credit growth is looking up, Naveen Kulkarni , Chief Investment Officer (CIO) at Axis Securities opines.

Zee Biz 5 Aug 2022 1:27 pm

Mission: Impossible director talks about Tom Cruise leaving the franchise

Mission: Impossible director Christopher McQuarrie addressed rumours about Tom Cruise leaving the franchise, during an interview with Light the Fuse podcast. In previous reports by Variety, per ET Canada, sources revealed that Cruise was planning an exit from the franchise after its upcoming two sequels in 2023 and 2024 as they shared that the two flicks will act as a sendoff for Cruises Ethan Hunt character. Neither denying nor confirming the rumours McQuarrie further added, Let me tell you, Ive been working with Tom Cruise for 15 years and I cannot tell you the number of times Ive been standing next to the man, witnessed an event and then read about it in the trades the next day and none of what they describe is actually true. Recalling an incident from years ago he added, We were in Birmingham shooting a scene between Tom and Haley [Atwell]. The next day I read an article in the paper that said Tom and four other guests went out to dinner at an Indian restaurant. I read that Tom insisted on sitting at a table not in a private room but in the main restaurant with the other diners and that Tom ordered three orders of chicken masala because he liked it so much. He added, I called Tom the next day and said, Theres something weird about this article. Its 100 per cent factually correct! McQuarrie quipped, Thats the first time Ive read an article in which everything happened exactly as written. Tom Cruise to return for 'gnarlier' project after Mission Impossible 8 Joker 2 teaser released, Lady Gaga confirms Harley Quinn role opposite Joaquin Phoenix Johnny Depp's ex Ellen Barkin claims he offered her drugs before proposing sex

News Track 5 Aug 2022 1:19 pm

Joker 2 teaser released, Lady Gaga confirms Harley Quinn role opposite Joaquin Phoenix

After DC unveiled the new teaser for the upcoming Joker 2, Gaga confirmed her casting in the same, this Thursday. Previously, Variety had reported that Gaga was being considered for the role of Harley Quinn in the film following her exceptional performance in the House of Gucci. Along with the top-tier casting, the title for the film was also revealed to be Joker: Folie Deux. Joaquin Phoenix will be making his return to the franchise with his role of Joker after he won the Oscar for Best Actor based on his outstanding performance in the 2019 instalment. The upcoming film is set to be a musical as per reports so Gaga's casting is the perfect match for the role. The teaser of the film is set to Cheek to Cheek by Louis Armstrong which Gaga has covered before alongside jazz legend Tony Bennet. The teaser also further confirmed the release date for the film as the numbers flashed by in the animated clip. The said film is scheduled to release on October 4, 2024. Although it has been confirmed that Gaga is joining the franchise, it is still not clear if she will be playing the role of Harley Quinn in the much-awaited sequel. However, the reaction of Netizens on Twitter was kind of divided, a great majority were revelling after news came out that Gaga would be joining Phoenix on the project yet many expressed their aversion to a potential musical. Batgirl star Leslie Grace posted heartbreaking statement after Warner Bros axed the film Paramount Hits Nearly 64M Global Streaming Subs Johnny Depp's ex Ellen Barkin claims he offered her drugs before proposing sex

News Track 5 Aug 2022 1:00 pm

Dakota Beavers on his role in 'Prey'

The 'Predator' prequel fans have been waiting for is finally here! Opening to great reviews and even touted to be the best film in the sci-fi franchise since the 1987 original, 'Prey' gives a look at the origin story of the trophy-hunting creature.

The Times of India 5 Aug 2022 12:27 pm

Ravindra Jadeja deletes 4-word reply to CSK on Twitter, fuels rumours of leaving franchise

Ravindra Jadeja deletes 4-word reply to CSK on Twitter, fuels rumours of leaving franchise

Firstpost 5 Aug 2022 11:45 am

'This state is made of different metal..,' CM Hemant's big statement amid political turmoil in Jharkhand

Ranchi: Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren on Thursday made serious allegations against the BJP while talking to the media. He said the BJP wants to keep democracy in its pocket through money power. He wants to buy democracy. From Maharashtra to Jharkhand, they are only working on the sole agenda of forming and toppling the government. On the arrest of 3 Congress MLAs in West Bengal, he said that the law has done its job. He said that the politics of Jharkhand may be very hot, but the ability to make bread on the tawa here is not at all. He said that the state is made of a different metal. Not everyone is going to melt here. On the Enforcement Directorate's action, Soren said that this has been the case with those who campaign for the people. He said that guruji (Shibu Soren) was also not subjected to atrocities, but his caravan increased. He said he and his workers will respond to every conspiracy of the BJP. On the allegations of toppling the Jharkhand government, the Chief Minister said that the BJP, of course, denied this, but it is behind the game that is taking place in Jharkhand. When the game of toppling the government was played in Maharashtra from Guwahati, even at that time, the BJP had denied that it was away from everything. Hemant Soren said that the BJP is only engaged in Hindu-Muslim disputes and indo-Pakistan. He doesn't mean anything to people. He said the people are the most important. Justice must be delivered in his court. On the action of the Enforcement Directorate in the illegal mining case, the Chief Minister said that action is being taken against his close associates but the court is above the ED. The Enforcement Directorate does not in itself decide right and wrong in the court. Chief Minister Hemant Soren said that now a new thing is being seen the police of one state is fighting with another. In fact, the CID team of West Bengal, which had gone to investigate Assam and Delhi in the Jharkhand cash scandal case, was taken into custody by the police there the previous day. Those who could not even teach in schools, such people were sent to university by 'Partha' 'Section 144 is in force, strict action will be taken..,' DP's letter to Congress Hunter Biden involved in the 2018 agreement for Ukraine to supply China with grain

News Track 5 Aug 2022 10:04 am

Varsities plan array of events

Universities and colleges of the state have scheduled a variety of cultural, educational, and welfare programmes to mark the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav (AKAM) this month.

The Times of India 5 Aug 2022 8:23 am

Elderly womens Himalayan expedition covering over 4,841 km concludes after 140 days at Ladakh

Dedicated to the Union government's 'Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav' initiative, the Fit@50+ Women's Trans Himalayan expedition has successfully completed its 140 days of expedition.

The Times of India 5 Aug 2022 8:23 am

BSL resumes eviction drive in its quarters

The Bokaro Steel Plant (BSL) management has again started an eviction drive in the township to evacuate its residential quarters from unauthorised occupants. More than two dozen quarters were evacuated in the past two days and the drive is still underway.

The Times of India 5 Aug 2022 8:23 am

Work resumes at CTVS dept in Rims

A day after the management of the Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences (Rims) here issued a seven-day roster for resuming surgeries at the Cardio Thoracic Vascular Surgery (CTVS) following a confrontation earlier, the faculty members resumed their duty on Thursday.

The Times of India 5 Aug 2022 8:23 am

HC bans all promotions in govt depts; asks DGP, state govt to file affidavits

The Jharkhand high court on Thursday clamped a stay on all promotions in government departments in the state. The order was passed by Justice S N Pathak while hearing a petition filed by one Shrikant Dubey.

The Times of India 5 Aug 2022 8:23 am

Science workshop for tribal kids

Dhanbad: In order to sensitise tribal children on the importance of science, IIT (ISM) Dhanbad organized a workshop at Adivasi School, Bagdaha under Baghmara block of Dhanbad on Tuesday. tnn

The Times of India 5 Aug 2022 8:23 am

Ranchi college sets up uniform bank for underprivileged students

In a unique move, Marwari College, Ranchi an autonomous college under the Ranchi University has launched a drive to set up a uniform bank on its premises to help financially challenged students.

The Times of India 5 Aug 2022 8:23 am

Ranchi: Work resumes at Cardio Thoracic Vascular Surgery department in Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences

A day after the management of the Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences (Rims) here issued a seven-day roster for resuming surgeries at the Cardio Thoracic Vascular Surgery (CTVS) following a confrontation earlier, the faculty members resumed their duty on Thursday.

The Times of India 5 Aug 2022 8:08 am

Ranchi: Governor forms panels to inspect private universities

Governor-cum-chancellor of universities Ramesh Bais has formed a committee headed by director of higher education and several sub-committees for inspecting the private universities in the state and ascertain whether they are adhering to the prescribed government norms or not.

The Times of India 5 Aug 2022 7:57 am

Ranchi: MP Sanjay Seth asks min to sanction outer ring road project

Ranchi MP Sanjay Seth on Wednesday met Union road and highways minister Nitin Gadkari and demanded construction of an outer ring road in the city.

The Times of India 5 Aug 2022 7:51 am

Jharkhand: Monsoon session ends prematurely

The monsoon session of Jharkhand Vidhan Sabha ended prematurely on Thursday afternoon after speaker Rabindranath Mahto adjourned the House sine-die a day before its scheduled closure owing to the continuous protests by the BJP lawmakers over several issues.

The Times of India 5 Aug 2022 7:47 am

Jharkhand: 3 bills passed in assembly through voice vote on last day of session

The Jharkhand assembly passed three bills through voice vote on Thursday. However, the MLAs of the opposition staged a walkout demanding government action on cow slaughter incidents and the handover of the murder investigation of police sub-inspector Sandhya Topno to the CBI. The bills are - Kaushal Vidya Udyamita Digital and Skill Development University Bill of 2022, the Azim Premji University Bill 2022 and the Jharkhand Excise Amendment Bill of 2022.

The Times of India 5 Aug 2022 7:39 am

Jharkhand: ED arrests Pankaj Mishra's associate in illegal mining case

The enforcement directorate (ED) on Thursday arrested Bachchu Yadav from Ranchi in connection with the ongoing investigation into illegal mining and money laundering in Jharkhand.

The Times of India 5 Aug 2022 7:29 am

Prey review Predator prequel gives a nifty spin to a bloated franchise

The world wasnt calling out for yet another Predator movie but 10 Cloverfield Lanes Dan Trachtenberg finds mileage in a light-footed prequel led by Native Americans Theres an obvious lack of creative necessity to Hollywoods overwhelming churn of prequels, sequels, remakes, reboots and revisions, more so by the minute, as studio-owned streaming services plunder back catalogues for more ways they can exploit known properties. Upcoming TV shows based on Fatal Attraction, Alien, Grease, Mr and Mrs Smith, The Lord of the Rings and Reality Bites and films based on The Killer, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The Crow, White Men Cant Jump, Road House, Scarface and The Bodyguard are all so commercially inevitable that its almost hard to be angry, each new announcement deserving little more than a resigned shrug. Its business, not pleasure. So on the rare occasion that this practice offers up something that feels even mildly outside of the algorithm, as if perhaps maybe a human might have come up with it rather than a spreadsheet, its hard not to give it more credit than it often deserves. Fox AKA Disney AKA Hulu AKA Disney+ in international territories, has dragged the Predator series back to life once again for a seventh outing (two Predators, two Alien vs Predators, a Predators and a The Predator make six) but rather than continuing down the same well-trodden road, theyve taken a left-turn and then gone back around 300 years. Continue reading...

The Guardian 4 Aug 2022 8:56 pm

Amazon marks down loads of hardcover gaming books from $17: Mario, Cuphead, more

Amazon has now kicked off a notable sale on collectible hardcover gaming books spanning a wide variety of franchises. One standout is the Super Mario Encyclopedia: The Official Guide to the First 30 Yearsat $19.55 with free shipping for Prime members or in orders over $25. Clip the $5 on-page coupon . Originally $40,it regularly fetches $25 these days and is now at the lowest price we can find for one of the best prices ever. A wonderful addition to just about any Mario collection, it is jam-packed with content fromseventeen Super Mario games from the original Super Mario Bros. to Super Mario 3D World. It delivers 256 pages of Mushroom Kingdom history, concept art, and facts wrapped in a collectible hardcover, much like the rest of todays gaming book deals below. more The post Amazon marks down loads of hardcover gaming books from $17: Mario, Cuphead, more appeared first on 9to5Toys .

9To5Toys 4 Aug 2022 8:03 pm

Reliance signs franchise deal with fashion house Balenciaga

It's the most opportune time to introduce the brand to the country as the Indian luxury customer has matured and using fashion as a form of creative expression of their individuality Darshan Mehta, managing director of RBL, said in the statement.

The Economic Times 4 Aug 2022 7:02 pm

Reliance Brands Limited Embarks On A Collaborative Journey With Balenciaga

RBL has signed a franchise agreement with Balenciaga to introduce the brand to India.

News18 4 Aug 2022 6:34 pm

Reliance Brands signs franchise agreement with Balenciaga

Reliance Brands has inked a deal with Balenciaga for a long-term franchise agreement and the Indian company will become its sole partner in the country

Livemint 4 Aug 2022 6:26 pm

Scott Styris Questions KL Rahul For Missing 'A Lot Of Cricket'

Former New Zealand all-rounder Scott Styris feels it may not be easy for opener KL Rahul to fit into the scheme of things after being out of cricketing action since May this year. Rahul has been out of competitive cricketing action since featuring in the IPL 2022 Eliminator on May 25 in Kolkata. His team, debutants Lucknow Super Giants, lost to Royal Challengers Bangalore by 14 runs at Eden Gardens. He was then named as captain for India's five-match T20I series at home against South Africa in June. But a right groin injury on the eve of the first match in New Delhi ruled him out of the series. Rahul then flied to Germany for undergoing a sports hernia surgery in Germany that ruled out of England tour and ODIs against West Indies too. He had been recovering at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru, but a positive Covid-19 result meant that he missed out on selection for T20Is against the West Indies and was not named in upcoming three-match ODI series against Zimbabwe. It's a different mindset for players because they don't want to be out and they don't want to be giving other players opportunities. I know India has a very good culture within its group, so it doesn't mind allowing other players opportunities all the time. I know as a player myself, you never wanted to give somebody else a chance to take your spot. So with the fact that he's out injured and he's away from the team at the moment, it just means that other players are able to do what Suryakumar is doing, what Rishabh Pant is doing, getting in there, taking the chance scoring runs and really posing the selectors some questions saying, do we actually need KL Rahul? Is he going to be in good form when he comes back? He has missed a lot of cricket, a lot of question marks now present themselves just because he's been able to give other players that opportunity, said Styris on 'Sports Over The Top' show on Sports18. Also Read: Scorecard It is widely expected that Rahul, who last played a T20I for India against New Zealand in Ranchi last year, will be fit in time for Asia Cup in the UAE and subsequently, the three-match T20I series against Australia and South Africa at home before the start of Men's T20 World Cup in Australia in October-November.

CNMSports 4 Aug 2022 4:44 pm

People gave befitting reply to Jayant Sinha, who said- 'Where is price rise?'

Ranchi: Thecommon people have been troubled by the rising inflation in India. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has also admitted this in the Lok Sabha. But BJP MP Jayant Sinha has dismissed the issue of price rise. According to him, inflation is nowhere to be seen and that is why the Opposition is also not getting to see it anywhere. Now this one statement by Jayant Sinha has further angered those who have already become worried about the rising inflation. It is in Jayant Sinha's parliamentary constituency Hazaribagh that people are suffering from the price rise. The media has discussed it with the people of Hazaribagh. They have asked questions on price rise, and they have asked for a report on the work of the government. From what has now come out, it is clear that people are angry with the price rise as well as the indifference of the government. According to the local resident, if any government comes, inflation goes up. They are not able to teach the children or do anything, the man is eating and drinking. At the same time, Dev Kumar Sinha has said in a more strident manner that the GST of foodgrains should be reduced, those who are poor are facing inflation. The MP should come and see whether there is inflation or not. Due to the same discussion, some people also came out who made it clear that MP Jayant Sinha has not come to his parliamentary constituency after winning. That is why heis not considering inflation an issue. Now, apart from the people, the opposition is also rejecting these claims of Jayant Sinha. But Sinha himself has stuck to his claims. According to him, the decisions taken by the Modi government to contain inflation have been unmatched. The poor were given ration, electricity, and gas cylinders. In such a situation, no one is worried but happy. NHAI debt stands at a massive Rs 3.49 lakh crore 'Next 48 hours too critical for Azam Khan..,' suddenly admitted to ICU Sanjay Raut gets a big blow, court extends ED custody

News Track 4 Aug 2022 4:07 pm

'Delighted' With Axar Patel's Batting, Says Delhi Capitals Assistant Coach Pravin Amre

In the last couple of years, left-arm spin all-rounder Axar Patel's batting stocks have risen in the cricketing world. The proof of it was seen in his unbeaten knock of 64 off 35 balls, also his maiden half-century in ODI cricket which won India the second ODI match and series against West Indies in Trinidad. Pravin Amre, the assistant coach for Delhi Capitals, a side Axar has been part of since 2019, expressed delight over the all-rounder's recent great batting show while pointing out that he had been doing the same for his IPL team. Amre knows it very well as during the IPL season in October 2020, Axar had hit left-arm spin all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja for three sixes in the last over to win a match in Sharjah for Delhi against Chennai Super Kings. More recently in IPL 2022, Axar walked out to bat when Delhi was tottering at 104-6 in a chase of 178 and took the side home against Mumbai Indians with an unbeaten 38 off 17 balls in their opening match at Brabourne Stadium. We have to give a lot of credit to the owners also, because they are the ones who got him traded from Punjab (Axar was bought by Delhi for INR 5 crores in player auction ahead of 2019 IPL season) and believed that he can be an asset for the Delhi Capitals. He has been doing extremely well for the last three years. We all believe that he is going to be a genuine all rounder and this is what he is actually delivering for Team India. We are very delighted because he has done the same for us in Delhi Capitals, like in a couple of matches he contributed for us winning with the bat also. We know how good a bowler he is, but his all-rounder role is important, especially in T20 cricket. I am looking forward to him doing the same thing for team India in the World Cup, said Amre to IANS on the sidelines of the franchise launching their first cricket academy in Noida. One of Amre's wards, batter Shreyas Iyer, hasn't looked comfortable of late while playing against the short ball in IPL and international cricket. Asked about Iyer's short-ball issues, Amre remarked, The itinerary is such that there is no time to get a break. They are traveling continuously with the team. But I am sure that he's more matured now and has played more cricket now. I think that's where he will adjust himself and that is what the beauty of the game is. So many times, you have to be on your own to take those calls and make those small-small adjustments. Amre signed off by expressing his pleasure with Delhi skipper and India wicketkeeper-batter Rishabh Pant producing great batting performances in international cricket. Currently featuring in T20I series against the West Indies, Pant had a memorable England tour, making 146 and 57 in rescheduled fifth Test at Edgbaston and 125 not out in ODI series decider at Edgbaston. Also Read: Scorecard I will say that the IPL experience has really helped him to go out and deliver for team India's success. Very happy to see him contributing because he is a guy who is single-handedly a match-winner, for team India also. It's good and we are really hoping that he contributes in the upcoming series also.

CNMSports 4 Aug 2022 4:00 pm

'Predator' franchise goes back in time for Hulu prequel 'Prey'

Amber Midthunder stars as a young Comanche woman in 1719 who protects her tribe from an alien invader in Hulu's sci-fi 'Predator' prequel 'Prey.'

USA Today 4 Aug 2022 3:32 pm

Actor Jennifer Coolidge admits of having wild sex life after 'American Pie'

Actor Jennifer Coolidge, who played Stiflers mom in the American Pie franchise, recently revealed details of her sex life after portraying her character. Find out what she had to say.

The Economic Times 4 Aug 2022 3:16 pm

Tom Cruise to return for 'gnarlier' project after Mission Impossible 8

After the massive success of Top Gun: Maverick, Tom Cruise is all set for his next action franchise with the release of Mission Impossible films. According to reports, the seventh and eighth Mission: Impossible movies will be released as Dead Reckoning Part 1 and Dead Reckoning Part 2. During a recent appearance on the Light The Fuse Podcast, director Christopher McQuarrie spoke about Cruise's MI future and more. Even though there have been rumours going around the Hollywood town, that Tom may be wrapping up the Mission Impossible franchise with the eighth film, the director said, Let me tell you, Ive been working with Tom Cruise for 15 years and I cannot tell you the number of times Ive been standing next to the man, witnessed an event and then read about it in the trades the next day and none of what they describe is actually true. Suggesting that Mission Impossible franchise may not be coming to an end, the director further also teased another project that he could work on with Cruise after the release of Dead Reckoning. The director confirmed that he already has a new movie for Cruise and described it as gnarlier than the Mission: Impossible movies. Teasing further about their future project, the filmmaker further said that while it's still under wraps, he noted that it's something they have talked about for a long time. He further also added, Its way outside of what youre used to seeing Tom do. As for the Mission Impossible films, Mission: Impossible Dead Reckoning Part One will release in theatres on July 14 whereas the second part will be out in 2024. Charlie Puth shuts down troll related to BTS Jungkook about Left and Right PewDiePie gets SLAMMED for mocking deaf TikTok star Scarlet May House of the Dragon will not depict sexual violence unlike Game of Thrones, confirm writers

News Track 4 Aug 2022 1:40 pm

DC Assistant Coach Pravin Amre Opens-Up On His Coaching Philosophy

Former India cricketer Pravin Amre has been a very sought-after coach in the cricketing circle. From being the coach of India Under-19 side and for Mumbai in the domestic cricket circuit, Amre has also served as a talent scout for IPL teams Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals. Apart from being the personal batting coaches to players like Suresh Raina, Robin Uthappa, Ajinkya Rahane and Shreyas Iyer among others, Amre is currently relishing his role as the assistant coach of Delhi Capitals. On the sidelines of Delhi Capitals opening their first academy in Noida, Amre, who played 11 Tests and 37 ODIs for India in the early 1990s and scored a century on his Test debut against South Africa at Durban in 1992, spoke to IANS about his coaching philosophy, how he got into cricket coaching and usage of data in the game. Q. How would you describe your coaching philosophy? A. My philosophy is simple. What I learnt from my guru (Ramakant) Achrekar sir, it's all about taking a player to the next level. I think that's always a challenge. When we start from U-15, how you can take it to U-19, U-19 to Ranji, Ranji to India. So, I think this goes on. It's like a journey, like you go with that players' journey and you also enjoy their success. So, it's a long journey and you start from academies. Q. Can you explain how you got into coaching? Was it something which came or was this path already in your mind? A. To me personally, I never thought I will be a coach. I never thought my temperament is for a coach. But yes, Achrekar sir told me that I should do this job. I have really enjoyed this. I started in 2000 and now it's 2022. So, it's a long journey and I learnt a lot. I am really thankful because to play as a cricketer, your approach is different. But when you become a coach, your approach is different. We have to handle many cricketers, then man management comes, then you have to be knowledgeable when you have to solve their problem. Specially when I am focusing on my career as a batting specialist coach, there are a lot of complicated things which happen in a batsman's mind. We have to address that and also, technology has come which helps us. More than anything important, there is no substitute to experience and that matters sometimes. We as coaches learn everyday and that is what pushes us to go to the next level. Q. In your playing days, data wasn't that big part of the game as it is right now. To what extent do you use data and equip the batters with it? A. It's important, and I will say it's one tool. It's like some percentage, you can improve your game. But the whole thing is, like you should have your own game and have the basic skills right. So, that will take you there. So many times you do comparison and too many analysis sometimes makes you paralysis. It's very important then to focus on your own game. As you rightly said, when we played cricket, there was no such data. But I think the runs was important and now also, plus in future scoring runs will always be an important factor. Q. The cricketing schedule has become very hectic. How do you see the batters cope up with the challenge of playing all formats of the game consistently? A. Yes, it's challenging, it's not that easy. But ultimately you have to set your mind. A good mindset will be important and, in a calendar, this is what will happen there. So, it's important to use the days you will get in preparing for that type of format. Time is going to be like that, so the better a player adjusts to that quickly so that it would be good for their own performance. Q. When a batter faces some difficulty during the IPL, how do you go about solving that issue faced by him? A. It is always person to person. In IPL, it is such a thing that you don't meet only just one month before, talking about all the abroad players. That's really challenging for a coach because when I was handling the Mumbai Ranji team, it was a different thing. You are there with players for ten months. Here, it's really challenging for the coaches also but you find a way because of trust. If players have trust with the coaches, it becomes basically easy. Q. If a youngster is coming to you for coaching, what are the first things which you notice about him/her? A. This game is all about skill. As a coach, we see the setup, his stance, grip and how he is playing the ball, his impact point and body balance. So many things are there, like as a coach you see whether the decision making, he is doing is right or wrong. Those are the things which matter, like a spark is there, then you make that judgement easily. With experience, we learn how to make those decisions, like this boy has got the talent. Q. You have also served as a scout in the IPL. How has that experience been for you? A. When you are scouting, you have to travel a lot and then you see them actually in the matches. More important is, the situation he is batting and how he handles that situation and won the game for the particular team. This what all we notice, like this boy has got potential and he can be a match-winner for us. There is excitement, like you pick that boy, back him and does well to win matches for the franchise. It gets really exciting to go and hunt the real good talent. Q. Your thoughts on Delhi Capitals opening their first academy in Noida? Also Read: Scorecard A. Well, I think it's a great initiative. We are extremely delighted and also happy to see that there's a full-sized ground. I am sure that with our DC management, we will have the vision to get this ground for a longer period because it's going to be a necessity for us to grow Delhi Capitals academy here. The boys, at a young age, they will get to play on a full-sized wicket. I am very personally excited to see this ground.

CNMSports 4 Aug 2022 12:43 pm

Nandankanan tigers' melanistic gene pool found at 3 more zoos in country

The Nandankanan Zoological Park here, the first in the country to have zoo-born melanistic tigers, boasts of such a gene pool at three other zoos in Ranchi, Chennai and Indore.

The Times of India 4 Aug 2022 9:24 am