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It? with bat and ball.Presence in the field give ourselves the best chance “We want to go out there and play positive cricket andenjoy ourselves Some teams have certainly come here and it’sbeen a real challenge Another reason is India are a very goodside We know that when we play in that fashion (energeticcricket) it gives ourselves the best chance so will becertainly be looking to do that” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: March 31 2016 10:14 am The sequel comes 20 years after the original cult classic film and a decade after Irvine Welsh wrote his follow up novel Porno reported Collider Related News Ewan McGregor has confirmed that he long-awaited sequel to “Trainspotting” is set to begin filming at the end of May The sequel comes 20 years after the original cult classic film and a decade after Irvine Welsh wrote his follow up novel Porno reported Collider “It’s been 10 years since Irvine Welsh wrote the sequel novel Porno so it’s been a long time a lot of speculation For me too 10 years ago I didn’t want to do it; I wasn’t ready to do it Also there was no script” he said “The script only arrived very recently which was really really really good I think if that had not happened none of us would be into it I think we’re all sort of somewhat protective of what Trainspotting means to people and what it means to us” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Aizawl | Published: February 14 2017 7:55 pm Bengaluru FC have 11 points in the league and sit in fifth place Top News Coach Albert Roca believes that a tough fixture away from home against a team in form could be just what Bengaluru FC need to fix a wobble as the Blues take on Aizawl FC in the I-League on Wednesday A combination of injuries suspensions and moments of poor luck has stretched the Blues’ winless streak to four games in the League But the Spanish coach was confident that his side are close to turning a corner if the chances being created in attack are anything to go by “We’ve been playing some good football and it’s only a matter of putting to bed the chances we are creating Against Minerva we were plain unlucky But that’s football We’ve picked ourselves up and are focused on the challenge that Aizawl will throw at us “They are a team that’s high on confidence and are playing at home which means everything is against us It’s going to be a test of our character and I’m sure the boys will be up to it” Having played a game more than Bengaluru Khalid Jamil-coached Aizawl are third on the table with 16 points and have turned up with some impressive performances this season Their biggest win came last weekend when Aizawl clawed back from a goal down to beat Churchill Brothers 3-1 at home Bengaluru meanwhile come off the back of a frustrating 1-1 stalemate at home against Minerva Punjab FC where a late own goal canceled skipper Sunil Chhetri’s opener his fourth goal in as many games The Blues will be without foreign centre backs John Johnson and Juan Gonzalez who are still serving suspensions and the coach expects expects a tough clash “Aizawl are doing well and it is important to be cautious in our approach as we know that we cannot afford to slip up again We cannot take them lightly or be complacent and have to put our chances away if we are to take anything away from this game” he said Struggling Mumbai FC take on formidable Mohun Bagan Mumbai:A struggling Mumbai FC are eager to stop their six-game losing streak when they take on Kolkata’s formidable Mohun Bagan in the I-League clash at the Cooperage Stadium MFC have tasted nothing but losses after starting their campaign with back to back wins over DSK Shivajians at home and Churchill Brothers (away) Head coach Santosh Kashyap who said that such a lengthy losing streak had never happened before in his coaching career is keen to maintain his mantra for the season – of playing attacking football “We are in a bad phase This game is very important for us and we will go all out for a win We have three home games on the trot and will try to win all” said Kashyap whose side has been beaten five times on the road during this phase “I have become a better coach In a bid to achieve an extraordinary target setbacks do happen” said Kashyap who maintained that his team currently standing 8th in the ten-team league was capable of finishing in the top three “I will not go for a draw and we will play attacking football We will be in the top three at the end of the league” said Kashyap adding the team will be without Steven Dias Victorino Fernandes Trinidadian Densil Theobald and Anderson da Silva of Brazil Although beset with their own share of injuries including the knee pain complaint of key Haitian medio Sony Norde Federation Cup champions Bagan appear to carry enough firepower to dominate MFC Currently second on the table with 17 points Bagan are anxious to get back to winning ways after the draw against East Bengal in the Kolkata Derby in Siliguri “Mumbai FC is a good team and started the league with two wins We have to be on the alert It will be a difficult match We have dropped points and want to win” said Bagan’s head coach Sanjoy Sen Sen said as the team was to play four games in the next 12 days including the AFC Cup qualifying match in Maldives against Club Valencia on February 21 he was carrying 29 players in his squad “We will see how he is feeling tomorrow He’s complained of knee pain” said Sen on Norde adding that injured defender Raju Gaikwad was now “feeling good” but Subashish Bose has been ruled out of the tie For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Chennai | Published: August 25 2015 2:19 pm Newcomer Swetha Ashok is all set to make a splash in Tamil filmdom with two projects with directors Ganesh Vinaayac and R Kannan The third project in the language will be with producer S Michael Rayappan Top News Newcomer Swetha Ashok is all set to make a splash in Tamil filmdom with two projects with directors Ganesh Vinaayac and R Kannan The third project in the language will be with producer S Michael Rayappan “I’m really excited to be starting my career with these projects I’ll start shooting for two of these projects from September” Swetha told IANS In R Kannan’s “Poda Aandavane En Pakkam” she’s paired with Vishnu Vishal while in Ganesh Vinaayac’s tentatively titled film “Veera Sivaji” she will team up with Vikram Prabhu Share This Article Related Article Before entering into the film industry Swetha was modeling in Bangalore Talking about her film with producer Rayappan she said: “This project will be directed by a newcomer It’ll be a family-oriented subject The team is yet to finalize the hero but Vishal and Atharvaa are being considered” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Ajay Vir Jakhar | Published: September 19 2013 12:18 am Related News Access to banking services remains a problem for small and marginal farmers A new governor has taken charge of the RBI at a time when farmers are threatened on a scale without precedent in independent Indias history Agricultural growth is pivotal to any strategy to reduce hunger and poverty The fact that it is suffering is also evident from the fact that food inflation is at a three-year high and supply is unable to keep up with the rising demand Any strategy to rectify this problem must focus heavily on creating easy access to cheap credit for small and marginal farmers R Ramkumarassociate professor at TISShas studied rural credit extensively and observed that the acceptance of a majority of the recommendations of the Narasimham Committee on Banking Sector Reforms resulted in diluting priority sector lending norms This led to a large-scale closure of rural bank branches and skewed credit deployment A lot that had been achievedover several yearswith respect to rural credit was reversed after the 1991 liberalisation by the then finance minister The rate of growth of agricultural credit fell from 68 per cent to a meagre 26 per cent per annum between 1991 and 2001 Agricultural credit grew even slower than the rural population during this period In 2004Prime Minister Manmohan Singh declared the governments intention to double the flow of credit to agriculture over a period of three years If the government had managed to achieve thisIndia would not be facing the crisis of agricultural growth and productivity that it is today According to official figuresagricultural credit dispersal increased from Rs 51229 crore in 2002 to Rs 510728 crore in 2011-2012 Agricultural credit grew by 176 per cent per annum during this period Howeverover 60 per cent of poor farmers in the country still have no access to institutional creditin spite of the governments aggressive expansion Broadly speakingagricultural finance comprises loans provided directly to cultivatorsknown as direct financeand credit given to institutions that are supposed to support agricultural production in rural areasknown as indirect finance The so-called growth of agricultural credit was the outcome of a series of definitional changeswhich have been put into effect since the beginning of financial liberalisation Of the total increase in credit supply between 2000 and 2011about 33 per cent was contributed by indirect financeup from 18 per cent in 1990 It is preposterous that the expansion of credit is thus publicisedwhen in fact the proportion of advances with a credit limit of less than Rs 2 lakh declined from 826 per cent in 1990 to 443 per cent in 2010 A loan above Rs 2 lakh can scarcely be termed as one to a small or marginal farmer Even though such farmers comprise 80 per cent of the agricultural populationthey only got 571 per cent of the total institutional credit in 2011-12 On the other handthe percentage of advances with a credit limit above Rs 10 crore increased sharplyfrom 13 per cent in 1990 to 204 per cent in 2010 This category accounted for all the growth in indirect finance Even in the direct finance categoryloans up to a credit limit of more than Rs 1 crore grew rapidly The disparity in terms of access to banking services has widened For instancebetween 1997 and 2006Dalit and Adivasi womens share of total bank credit seems to have declined from 48 per cent to just 13 per cent It has not helped that rural cooperative banks have not been able or allowed to compete with commercial banks For examplein my villagefarmers who took loans directly from cooperative banks are not entitled to interest subventionas farmers who got credit from commercial banks are Unfortunatelyin 2011about one-third of total agricultural credit and one-fourth of direct agricultural credit were outstanding in urban areas Farmers who were living in cities got more credit than those living in the rural areas of West BengalBiharOrissaUttar Pradesh and Jharkhand put togetherin 2009 The RBI seriously needs to investigate this lack of credit penetration New banking licences alone are not going to solve this problem or the lack of financial integration The writer is chairmanBharat Krishak Samaj express@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: April 10 2015 1:01 am Related News Serious questions have been raised on the killings of five Muslim prisoners while being taken handcuffed to Hyderabad from Warangal jail According to Inquilab on April 9 “this encounter has been described as fake by leaders of political and religious organisations The Shahi Imam has said that ‘it has made one recall the massacre at Hashimpura’ The spokesman of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board described it as ‘pure murder’ Qureshi says that the ‘hearings in the cases of the victims had been completed and they were likely to be acquitted honourably All evidence were against the police and that is why they were killed’” The paper asserts quoting Anurag Sharma the assistant police chief that “none of the five killed were connected to SIMI or IM” Rashtriya Sahara’s editorial highlights the statement of the father of one of the victims condemning the killings and demanding a CBI inquiry It talks of “similarities between the encounters and those of Kausar Jahan and Sohrabuddin” Commenting on the Gujarat Control of Terrorism and Organised Crime Bill adopted by the state assembly Inquilab writes on April 2: “The state government has described this law as necessary for meeting the challenge of organised crime… whereas in the past few years there has been no incident in Gujarat to be categorised as organised crime Also the question arises whether the state government has tested the existing laws to prevent crime… The important points of the proposed law that have emerged indicate that the government wants to make its powers so wideranging as to ensure curbing the independence and rights of the person…” Iran deal Sahafat in its April 6 editorial writes: “The understanding… between Iran and six big powers regarding nuclear energy has caused great worry to the Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu who considers it a danger to the existence of Israel Why is it so This question can be answered only by him But the fact is that there are a number of Muslim countries… but none of them has ever produced a nuclear weapon Nor is there any possibility of this happening… America knows that Iran is not making nuclear bombs because if there is a war all development plans would go haywire But it wants to consistently exert pressure so that Iran does not move towards making nuclear weapons” Daawat in its April 7 editorial writes: “Despite Israel’s stiff opposition to such on understanding… these countries succeeded in reaching an accord Obviously it is a conditional agreement… One should remember that the rich countries of the Gulf too were opposed to such an accord… They considered Iran a danger… and they did not want Iran to develop nuclear capability… Now the Muslim world is divided into two camps — Shias and Sunnis — and Iran leads the Shia camp In this situation what is the real motive of generosity to Iran Is all this being done according to an international strategy and the objective is to further intensify the Shia-Sunni conflict Is it actually going to benefit Iran or is it a new game” Compiled by Seema Chishti For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Manish Raj | New Delhi | Published: May 4 2017 4:15 am Delhi High Court (File Photo) Top News The Transplantation of Human Organs and Tissues Act 1994 does not seek a complete prohibition on transplant but puts onus on authorities to ensure a human organ is not made part of commercial transaction said the Delhi HC recently while setting aside the order of a private hospital rejecting the application of a 60-year-old man seeking kidney transplant from a relative Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva said the authorities had “completely disregarded human qualities of love and affection compassion and generosity” The matter pertains to a resident of Paschim Vihar who had moved the HC challenging the order of a private city hospital which had denied him permission for kidney transplant Undergoing dialysis three times a week he sought permission for transplant from his son’s 48-year-old mother-in-law The authorisation committee in March rejected his application The hospital’s appellate authority had on April 27 remitted the matter back to the authorisation committee to re-examine the case and re-confirm the relationship between the donor and recipient based on documentary and “all possible authenticated evidences” The April 27 order had rejected the request on the ground that the recipient had allegedly accepted that his son would help their family if required It was also alleged that donor said she could also take cash if needed and his wife had received Form 20 (verification certificate regarding domicile status) by political influence The court however directed the appellate authority to pass an order in two days On May 1 the authority upheld the decision of the committee underlining economic disparity between the donor and the donee The judge said it was proved that the donor had offered to voluntarily donate a kidney out of love directing the authorisation committee to grant approval For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Moscow | Published: October 4 2017 10:36 am Russia President Vladimir Putin chaired a meeting on preparations for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow (Source: Reuters) Related News Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday mocked top club Zenit St Petersburg for not fielding enough Russian players With Russia hosting the World Cup next year Putin told a meeting of sports officials that Zenit couldn’t claim to be popularizing football as a “truly Russian game” because it didn’t give enough starts to Russian players When Zenit president Sergei Fursenko suggested more attractive styles of play could attract fans and make football “a real Russian game” Putin hit back “You’ve got eight foreigners running across the pitch playing for Zenit in the Europa League well done” the Russian president said in televised remarks apparently referring to Zenit’s last Europa League group stage game against Spain’s Real Sociedad Zenit started against Sociedad with three Russians five Argentines a Slovenian a Serbian and an Italian Three Russians came on as substitutes Zenit won 3-1 with two of its goals scored by Russian starter Alexander Kokorin and the other by Argentine Emiliano Rigoni Russian league games allow six non-Russians on the pitch at any time?