'When I go to small towns for shows people say 'yeh cockroach hai instead of crockroaz.' But I don’t mind it because they call me out of love.'Dance India Dance choreographer Raghav Juyal gets ready for ABCD 2. Dehradun-based Raghav Juyal, 23, who made his acting debut in Rohan Sippy’s Sonali Cable last year, is set for a big screen release with Remo D’Souza’s ABCD 2, alongside Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor.Dance India Dance (season 3). "My love for art and the passion to do everything pushed me towards acting. ABDC 2 has a different feeling and it has helped me improve as an actor and evolve as a dancer,” he says. He says his character Raghav in the film is a "funny and emotional guy."“You can call it a second lead and an integral part of the film's suspense. The film gave me the chance to do all that I love -- dance, travel, act and have fun with friends," he says.Sonali Cable.ABCD 2," he explains. Raghav has showcased his slow … [Read more...] about ‘Varun and Shraddha are good students’
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La Paz: Clashes broke out in the streets of Bolivia’s capital on Tuesday evening when an opposition leader in the Senate declared herself the country’s interim president after Evo Morales fled to Mexico following his surprise weekend resignation. Jeanine Anez claimed the post of Senate leader late in the day, a position next in line for the presidency, even though she lacked a quorum because of a boycott by Morales’ Movement for Socialism party. Without being sworn in by anyone, she then appeared on a balcony of the old presidential palace wearing the presidential sash and holding a Bible in her hand. “My commitment is to return democracy and tranquility to the country,” she said. “They can never again steal our vote.” … [Read more...] about Jeanine Anez declares herself Bolivia interim President
Stream international cricket Live & On-Demand with KAYO SPORTS including every Australian Test, ODI and T20I on home soil. Get your 14-day free trial > Will BBL|09 be an opportunity for redemption? Despite this cruellest of finishes to a season, to go from last in BBL|07 to second in BBL|08 was quite an achievement, particularly so given that at the middle stage of the season the Stars were missing all of Marcus Stoinis, Glenn Maxwell, Adam Zampa, and Peter Handscomb to the Australian short-form set-up, as well as Nepalese spin sensation Sandeep Lamichhane to the Bangladesh Premier League T20 domestic competition. On The SuperCoach Set with Shane Warne You've seen the commercial, now go behind-the-scenes with Coach Warney as he dons the lime green tracksuit for a big season of BBL! They’ve added some serious depth to their squad for the upcoming season, bringing in two of the best short-form cricket bowlers in the world with the addition of ex-Scorcher Nathan … [Read more...] about SuperCoach BBL: Can they go one better? A Study Guide of what’s in store for the Melbourne Stars ahead of BBL|09
With an unexpected new turn in Kashmir, an ominous Afghanistan, a reliably unpredictable Trump, and an unfathomable reversal with RCEP, Modi may have to reinvent his character, suggests Ambassador B S Prakash. IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra Damodardas Modi at the ASEAN-India summit in Bangkok. Photograph: Chalinee Thirasupa/Reuters 'Do not judge a book by its cover' is a well known saying, but even then I was about to judge the book by its cover: A familiar photo of Modi and Trump holding hands in Houston and beaming at the crowd, Modi looking triumphant and Trump, a bit puzzled. Some burly and grim American security guards in the background looking troubled by all the cheering Indians. MODIPLOMACY, screamed the title in two colours. Not for me, I thought. I had read enough of that already. But something else caught my attention. 'Through a Shakespearean prism' said the sub title, in a somewhat smaller font. And then I saw the author's name. T P Sreenivasan, it said, a name that should … [Read more...] about Does Modi need to change his ‘character’?
UNITED NATIONS: Indian-origin Anita Bhatia, a veteran in strategic partnerships, resource mobilisation and management, has been appointed by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres as the Deputy Executive Director in the global body's agency focussed on women empowerment and gender equality. Bhatia holds a Bachelor of Arts in History from Calcutta University, a Master of Arts in Political Science from Yale University and a Juris Doctor in Law from Georgetown University. She has been appointed the Deputy Executive Director of the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN-Women) for Resource Management, Sustainability and Partnerships, a statement from the UN Spokesperson's Office and UN Women said Thursday. She has had a distinguished career at the World Bank Group, serving in various senior leadership and management positions, both at the headquarters and in the field. Bhatia brings extensive experience in the area of strategic partnerships, resource … [Read more...] about Antonio Guterres appoints Indian-origin Anita Bhatia as UN-Women’s Deputy Executive Director