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India and China,presented Neymar with the perfect opportunity to score by winning a penalty, Happy birthday to the man who gave soul to two of my films ! @arrahman I’m your biggest fan http://s.tco/rSaqDgVhDe — Sonam Kapoor (@sonamakapoor) January 6 2016 Prosenjit Chatterjee: Saluting the musical maestro @arrahman on his birthdayThanks for gifting us so many wonderful tunes and eagerly waiting for more and more Saluting the musical maestro @arrahman on his birthdayThanks for gifting us so many wonderful tunes and eagerly waiting for more and more — Prosenjit Chatterjee (@prosenjitbumba) January 6 2016 Yami Gautam: ‘We come nearest to the great when we are great in humility’ Wish you a very happy bday @arrahman sir ‘We come nearest to the great when we are great in humility’ Wish you a very happy bday @arrahman sir — Yami SHRUTI Gautam (@yamigautam) January 6 2016 Salim Merchant: Happy birthday AR @arrahman Happy birthday AR @arrahman pictwittercom/sAUcI5l9l3 — salim merchant (@salim_merchant) January 5 2016 Dino Morea: Happiest of birthdays and well wishes to the talented @arrahman Happiest of birthdays and well wishes to the talented @arrahman — Dino Morea (@DinoMorea9) January 6 2016 Rahman meanwhile has thanked his well-wishers “To my dearest friends fans family and well-wishers… Thank you for your kind birthday wishes prayers and affection You inspire me to work harder and make even more beautiful music Luckily I am not yet 50” Rahman posted on his Facebook page Also read: Luckily I’m not yet 50: AR Rahman on his birthday For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: November 26 2016 9:13 am Administrative Block of PU Express Archives Top News AGAINST THE backdrop of the university’s financial crisis the Panjab University Teachers’ Association (PUTA) during its Executive Council Meeting held on Friday has decided to meet the officials of Ministry of Human Resource and Development (MHRD) Punjab Government and the UT Administration It has also formed a core committee The core committee will include the present PUTA president Dr Promila Pathak Secretary Dr M C Sidhu and four other former PUTA presidents: Dr Akshaya Kumar Dr Rajat Sandhir Dr Devinder Singh and Dr Mohammed Khalid “The committee will meet next week and decide further course of action We will meet the officials next month” said Promila Pathak For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: February 20 2016 8:23 pm Armaan Malik was launched by Salman Khan in 2014 with “Jai Ho” where he sang the title track of the film along with two others Related News Singer Armaan Malik who has given a string of hit songs like “Tumhe apna banane ki” from “Hate Story 3” “Main hoon hero tera” from “Hero” and “Naina” from “Khoobsurat” says it was superstar Salman Khan’s mentoring and support which gave him a boost The 20-year-old singer was launched by the “Wanted” star in 2014 with “Jai Ho” where he sang the title track of the film along with two others Does Malik credit Salman Khan for his career in Bollywood “100 percent I think if it was not him then my talent would not have come to the front His support was a really big thing and a boost for me as well I underwent a big personality change in the whole process because he doesn’t only focus on your work” Malik told IANS over phone from Mumbai The “Wajah tum ho” crooner says the 50-year-old superstar focusses on other things like look and dance while mentoring him “I was one of the people he was mentoring along with Sooraj (Pancholi) Athiya (Shetty) and all the other people He also focusses on how you look dance and present yourself… I think that is really important… He has been in the industry for a long time and he knows what works what’s important to do and what’s not” he said Armaan is the son of singer and music director Daboo Malik and nephew of famous music director Anu Malik He says that if it was for Salman’s “push and dedication” that helped him “grow as person” “This was all apart from the singing aspect that really helped me to grow as a person and I had joined dance classes and worked out I wouldnt have done that if it was not for his push and for his dedication for showing me the right way” said the singer who is the brother of music director Amaal Mallik For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: January 8 2016 9:20 pm Top News Delhi Culture Minister Kapil Mishra on Friday encouraged literary voices to write freely about contemporary issues without fear or favour in order to promote a free and fair society “People who can unite society with their writings and those who can understand why stones started arriving in January 2016 in Ayodhya they should articulate and write freely about such issues in order to discourage divisive elements in society” Mishra said while inaugurating the fourth edition of the Delhi Literature Festival Mishra was referring to the recent arrival of truckload of stones that arrived in Ayodhya about six months after the VHP had announced its nationwide drive to collect them for construction of Ram temple in the temple town Referring to the disquiet among the intellectuals writers and artistes who had protested against the “rising intolerance” last year the minister said no restrictions will be imposed on anything that any individual has to say write or even sing in Delhi “I don’t have much understanding of literature but as a Minister for art culture language and tourism I can assure you that irrespective of what you write or how you write it; who you applaud and who you criticise if what you say has a valid point the entire Delhi government will stand by your side You have the full liberty to write and say anything you want” he said Alluding to the incident where Pakistani singer Ghulam Ali’s concert in India was cancelled last year Mishra said that the country had “enough of who can come and who cannot come into the country” “Those who should have been stopped have managed to come to Pathankot but Ghulam Ali sahab was not allowed to perform in the country A strange environment has been created and this needs to be changed “These barriers should be kept away from the world of writers thinkers and artistes With the kind of environment that has been created in the country it is the people with pens and voices who are the need of the hour rather than politicians like me” he said Mishra hailed the role of technology particularly social media like Facebook and Whatsapp as a great boon for aspiring writers “We don’t need to ask whether we will be published or not Even if there are four lines that will touch millions of people in a matter of hours through a Facebook post Technology has given us the opportunity to read what strangers write from dusk to dawn” he said The minister also called upon the younger generation to share their expectations in the field of literature with the government “Any dream that you might have as a young writer or as a denizen of this city about any new innovations that can be done in the field of literature or art and culture share it with me and my government without any hesitation If there is something that is required to bring about a change I can promise that the Delhi government will realise that dream” Mishra who arrived at the venue on a motorbike in view of the ‘odd-even’ formula being followed in the city said The evening also saw publishing giants from country’s leading publishing houses like Harper Collins Penguin India Om Books International and Red Ink sharing the tricks of the trade with aspiring writers providing them with useful insights and advice on how to get their writings published besides a session on the Aarushi murder case and the death of Subhash Chandra Bose The evening came to a close with a live performance by Aanch a city-based band which entertained visitors with their sufi fusion and Bollywood mixes The literary event is set to conclude on January 10 For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsAs Barcelona faced Manchester City in the Champions League group stage at the Nou Campon Wednesdaynight there was more at stake than just three points Pep Guardiolareturned to his footballing home with a new team two seasons after his formidable Bayern side was dismantled by a rampant Barcelona at the peak of their powers His pre-game hug with Luis Enrique in the tunnel was a sweet sight for fans and neutrals alike but the game itself was far from sweet for Guardiola and his men who suffered a fate harsher than Bayern and couldn’t do much more than watch in awe as Lionel Messi scored a glorious hat-trick Here are some takeaways from the action-packed but ultimately one-sided 4-0 result: Playing out the back at what cost Claudio Bravo’s red card ruined Manchester City’s hopes of a comeback AFP Right from kick-off the game looked like it was ripe for a goalkeeping error or two Being possession oriented both teams highly value playing out from the back which in turn often puts the goalkeeper under tremendous pressure when he’s being pressed by opposition attackers Marc-Andre ter Stegen wisely made two clearances early in the first half when he saw no viable options for a short pass It was Bravo who looked the more comfortable goalkeeper staying calm despite being houndedby Luis Suarez and making two admirable saves offSuarez and Neymar’s efforts on goal Butthe veteran Chilean got found out when he unnecessarily rushed out of his box and sent a poorly controlled pass straight into Luis Suarez’s feet To worsen matters he then foolishly handled the Uruguayan’s chipped shot while still outside his box only to receive a straight red card and cause irreparable damage to whatever hopes his team had of staying in the match From that moment on City looked rather uninspired in defence making silly errors which permitted Barcelona’s deadly attacking trio to run amok The slight tweak in Barcelona’s tactical philosophy under Luis Enrique which encourages quick counterattacks and link up play among the front three worked in theirfavour as they launched a flurry of attacks at the City defence resulting in four goals The severe change in City’s complexion followingBravo’s forced attempt at ball retention raises fresh questions regarding risk-taking for the sake of "cultured" football Is playing beautiful passing football worth the risks it entails City’s performance on the night may indicate otherwise For now tiki-taka’s worst enemy appears to be the system itself Missing Aguero lonely de Bruyne Guardiola perplexed everybodyby dropping Sergio Aguero yet again While his decision to rest the Argentineagainst Everton over the weekend might have been taken with one eye on the big Barcelona clash? open minds and connect hearts, where he has played himself. reported Entertainment Weekly. 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“My mom and I pieced together an outfit: a long-sleeve shirt, Frey died in January at the age of 67, More from the world of Entertainment: While Mona and Gaurav discuss the jacuzzi task,Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday announced a slew of projects ? has been very direct and very clear with the Pakistanis.says backwaters of Kerala is an exclusive backdrop which is “new and different” and the state should capitalize on this strength and become a hot wedding destination. 2010 9:28 am Related News Kerala, Civic body officials have been directed to prepare a proposal for the same. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: October 15, Rajak Baloch from Somnath of Gir-Somnath district and Pravin Vasava from Mandvi assembly seat of Surat district will contest by-polls.
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