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For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Syeda Hameed | Published: May 20 2015 12:02 am Rula Ghani ended her speech with an anecdote about a woman in Kabul who had hailed a taxi and the driver started misbehaving with her (Source: AP) Related News On May 3 40 people including 19 policemen went on trial in Kabul on charges of mob violence Three days later four were sentenced to death In March a woman named Farkhunda had been brutalised killed and burnt by a lynch mob in the city For me the tragic incident would lead to a cathartic moment at the International Conference on Gender Community and Violence held at Jamia Millia Islamia University in April where Afghanistan’s first lady Rula Ghani delivered a hard-hitting keynote address She told the story of Farkhunda a 27-year-old teacher of Islamiat who had studied and imbibed Islam and was not afraid to profess as much On the day of her death she was in the Shah-e Doh Shamshira mosque square where she got into an argument with amulet sellers Farkhunda is said to have challenged them on their knowledge of the Quran and admonished them for duping credulous worshippers in the name of religion by selling them amulets that claimed to work miracles Enraged at being told off especially by a young woman the hawkers raised the cry that she was an “infidel” who had been seen burning the Quran The word “blasphemy” rose in the air and an angry crowd bore down on Farkhunda The voice of the woman who had challenged the self-appointed guardians of religion was silenced Her death galvanised the collective conscience of Afghanistan Women’s organisations lawyers and civil society demanded answers Women bloodied their faces and carried Farkhunda’s casket to the graveyard — a revolutionary gesture The president of Afghanistan ordered a commission of inquiry and announced that Farkhunda had never burnt the Quran; it was a lie meant to inflame passions The Afghan media questioned why the police had been present at the spot but not intervened In Parliament legislators discussed the credentials of the people who call themselves “mullahs” Women senators demanded public and exemplary punishment for the accused Thus began the groundbreaking search for justice against the “pious” perpetrators and spectators some in uniform For that beautiful country tragically destroyed by the West and by the internecine conflicts of its own warlords Farkhunda’s killing was an epiphany exposing the monstrous face of violence Rula Ghani ended her speech with an anecdote about a woman in Kabul who had hailed a taxi and the driver started misbehaving with her “She looked him in the eye and spoke three words” Rula said “Man Farkhunda astam (I am Farkhunda)” This is the Farkhunda moment in the history of the women’s movement not just in Afghanistan but all over the world All my life I have believed in and practised Islam And for the last 30 years I have been its student as well reading and imbibing each word of the Quran To deepen my understanding I have studied two individuals whom I see as knowledgeable and enlightened scholars of Islam — Maulana Altaf Hussain Hali and Maulana Abul Kalam Azad In “Madd o Jazr-e-Islam (Ebb and Tide of Islam)” an epic poem written in 1876 Hali speaks of these religious marauders found in all times and places He rejects their authority to speak on matters of religion In the very first issue of his journal Al-Hilal (1912) Azad also writes on these so-called keepers of religion: “It is a strange phenomenon that the very same priests who at the birth of new faith are agents of uplift and reform become the instruments of vice and depravity once the movement has peaked Rarely has any group caused as much harm to a religion as its own perpetrators and servants… Since the beginning of its history Islam has been infested by the superstition and communalism of this group Islam’s great achievement was to rid the world of their domination… But much to the world’s surprise in a very short while Islam played right back into their hands” As Muslims we need to heed such voices of sanity These voices are among us; we don’t have to look towards the Western world They are being raised in Afghanistan in South Asia and West Asia We need to rage against those who deliberately kill the spirit of a religion that was revealed to humanity both women and men as “rahmat” and “rahmaniyat” Farkhunda is dead Long live Farkhunda The writer was a member of the Planning Commission For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: November 27 2016 2:53 pm Irrfan Khan flagged took part in an awareness campaign about organ donation on the occasion of Indian Organ Donation Day Top News Actor Irrfan Khan flagged off a Walkathon to raise awareness about organ donation on the occasion of Indian Organ Donation Day on Sunday Irrfan is the ambassador for the campaign which was launched earlier this year “My relatives have faced problems my nephew’s wife has suffered from organ failure Please donate your organs make someone else live their life” Irrfan who was accompanied by Paralympic silver medallist Deepa Malik to the event said in a statement The organisers took up the cause of organ donation in an effort to positively impact the well-being of the nation It aimed at sensitising the eco-system raising awareness around organ donation creating a nationwide movement for people to pledge their organs and to make the process of pledging easily accessible to the masses “When people like Irrfan promote such a campaign it becomes an instrument of awareness We must initiate such campaigns The Walkathon is not about walking the message should prevail” Malik added More from the world of Entertainment: As a culmination of the four-month-long campaign the walkathon was organised across five cities of Gurugram Mumbai Mohali Chennai and Delhi It saw participation of people from all walks of life from students to corporate officials For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | New York | Updated: September 9 2017 11:28 am Kevin Anderson has been working on his on-court presence with his team (Source: Reuters) Related News Even in tennis good things come to those who wait At the age of 31 Kevin Anderson reached his first grand slam final at the US Open on Friday Thanks to a 4-6 7-6 6-3 6-4 victory over Spain’s Pablo Carrena Busta In this era when players are winning grand slam titles well into their thirties Anderson almost doesn’t qualify as a late bloomer But the South African the first born there to make a grand slam final since Kevin Curren at Wimbledon in 1985 has shown patience resilience and unending dedication to make his grand slam breakthrough “It’s been a lot of hard work to get to this point” said Anderson who will meet world number one Rafa Nadal in the final “It feels fantastic It’s been a long road to get here and sometimes tough We’ve been dominated by a select few individuals and there are definitely times where you think those will be the guys who will always be competing for it” Anderson was late to the Tour after choosing to go to college in the United States at the University of Illinois where he was coached by Craig Tiley Tiley a former South Africa Davis Cup captain and now the tournament director at the Australian Open said Anderson deserves every moment of his success “He had the same professionalism and dedication and attitude that you see on the Tour today when he was at college” Tiley told Reuters “Obviously he’s been on a long journey But he’s always had a fantastic attitude and passion for the game It was a privilege to coach him because of the attitude he had” BOUNCED BACK Anderson always used to be considered a nearly-man for so long unable to get past the last 16 of a grand slam event always finding someone just too good on the day But despite a series of injuries from shoulder to knees and at the end of last year to his hip he has bounced back brilliantly to put his name in the history books He will bid to go one better than Curren who was runnerup at the 1984 Australian Open final before switching citizenship to the United States ahead of his run to the Wimbledon final Johan Kriek was the first South African to win a grand slam singles championship at the 1981 Australian Open but successfully defended the title in 1982 as a naturalised American “It’s definitely about perseverance” Anderson said “I feel like I’ve kept my head down and kept working hard “There have been a lot of ups and downs and I feel really happy I’ve always kept belief “It’s been a terrific couple of weeks and I’ve got an opportunity to step on the court in a final and that’s something I’m going to be really excited about” It has been noticeable at the US Open how pumped up he has been throughout the event something Tiley said reminded him of Anderson’s college days “At the University of Illinois we had really good teams and it’s a great atmosphere you have a lot of people around you” he said “After college back out there on his own maybe it was a bit more difficult for him to be (extroverted) but he’s playing with a lot of confidence now” Anderson has been working on his on-court presence with his team including Alexis Castorri the sports psychologist who has worked with Andy Murray “It think it helps me to play my best tennis” Anderson said It might have taken time but it has been worth the wait For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsCrystal Palace will be without striker Christian Benteke for another four to five weeks as he continues his recovery from a knee ligament injury manager Roy Hodgson said on Thursday Christian Benteke scored 15 goals last season in Premier LeagueImage Courtesy: Twitter @CPFC The 26-year-old Belgium international has not featured for Palace since being forced off in a defeat by Manchester City last month “Benteke now is four to five weeks out but we were told it was a six to eight-week injury so he is still on track” the manager told a news conference ahead of Saturday’s Premier League home game against West Ham United Hodgson confirmed midfielder Lee Chung-yong picked up a knock during Palace’s 4-1 League Cup defeat by second-tier Bristol City on Tuesday and James McArthur is also a doubt for the weekend “Chungy got a nasty kick in Bristol he’s having a scan this afternoon McArthur has been having treatment all week we’re hopeful he’ll recover in time to play (against West Ham)” Hodgson added Hodgson said Palace’s League Cup exit would allow them to focus on preserving their top-flight status Palace are bottom of the table with just one win in nine matches “We’re out of the cup now and we must concentrate on the really important matter of staying in the Premier League” he added “For me every game’s a must-win game I think there is a belief a faith in what we’re trying to do as a team and the methods being used That belief is growing” Bengaluru: Former India Captain Rahul Dravid on Wednesday said even if the norms are twisted to make way for him to play cricket blindfolded he is not good enough to match the "incredible" qualities of blind cricketers "I am not good enough playing blind cricket It is rather difficult proposition because I have never played the game as they play They have exceptional qualities" he told reporters after announcing Dravid as brand ambassador for the Second T20 World Cup For Blind and release of world cup fixtures in Bangalore Rahul Dravid turned 43 on 11 January 2016 AFP The tournament will be played from 28 January to 12 February with the tournament inaugural hosted in New Delhi and the Grand Finale in Bengaluru Ten Countries – India Australia Bangladesh England Nepal New Zealand Pakistan South Africa Sri Lanka and West Indies will be participating in the World Cup The tournament will be played on a league-cum-knockout basis in multiple cities across India Replying to a query Dravid said blind cricket was not as popular when it started due to lack of awareness and opportunity but has grown in the last four years "Blind cricket to begin with was small not huge May be it was lack of awareness and opportunity but over the last three to four years even the blind cricket has grown a lot and is going in right direction" he said The growth of blind cricket has created a chance for organizers to showcase their endeavors in this regard and it is up to the people and cricketers to recognize them Dravid said "The growth of blind cricket adds to the opportunity that exists for them to able to showcase what they are doing and it is up to the cricketers and people to recognize the great work being done" he said Replying to a query Dravid said people like G K Mahantesh Senior Vice President of World Blind Cricket Limited are real mentors for blind cricketers than him "I think I might need some mentoring from them What they do is a lot of tougher than what I did People like Mahantesh are their mentors What I can do is just create awareness" he said Written by Kunal Pradhan | Published: September 24 2009 2:58 am Related News The movement started again about three months agoat first in a whisper here and a murmur there Then some of world crickets biggest names stared lending their voices to the causeand soon the battle-lines were drawn as experts furiously debated the future of one-day cricket questioning the need for its existencecalling it boringunpredictable and redundant in the sports postmodern age The naysayers and the defenders were still fighting when they reached the threshold of the Champions Trophy in South Africa Andas the stalemate continuedthe onus of taking a decision was placed on the feeble shoulders of a tournament that has had a tumultuous past since its inception 11 years ago No single cricket event must have ever faced as much pressure as this edition of the Champions Trophy in South Africa With all eyes veered in its direction to spot the smallest suggestion of weakness and the tiniest indication of strengththe tournament is engaged in a raging battle both for and against the future of one-day cricket The Champions Trophy has been a doomed concept right from the start The first edition in 1998 a brainchild of Jagmohan Dalmiya was held in Dhaka to bring Bangladesh into focus at a time when cricket administrators were desperate to accord them Test status The pointlessness behind the tournament took a while to fully manifest itself but no doubts remained once India and Sri Lanka were declared joint winners after two farcical attempts at holding the final werealmost fittinglyquashed by equatorial rain in Colombo in 2002 From therethe Champions Trophy drifted along aimlesslyfirst to England and then to India The format was changed both timesmore teams were accommodated to fulfill the demands of globalisationand its final lasting memory was the Australian team peevishly shoving people off the victory dais at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai Now forced to take up a cause that is larger than itselfit is almost ironical that the Champions Trophy is being seen as vehicle for the resurrection of one-day cricketwhile so far it has been a manifestation of one of the factors that pulled the 50-over game in the first place The one thing going for this editionhoweverand consequently for ODIs as a whole at this flash pointis that the International Cricket Council has managed to get the format right (a reliefbecause the ICC doesnt get things right too often) Eight teams not 1012 or 16 have been divided into well-balanced groups of four Two snappy round-robinsthe top two from each group making the semisand a title clash 15 days after the opening night Its not so short that the event seems meaninglessand not so long that we only remember the beginning and the endlike the 2007 World Cup that ran for 45 soporific days It is not one-day cricket itselfbut its gross mismanagement too many bilateral matchestoo many meaningless tri-seriesand pitches that prompt teams to form a non-aggressive pact in the middle overs that has made us forget the format has a glorious side as well Javed Miandads last-ball sixAnil Kumbles 6-12Sachin Tendulkars 143and Aravinda de Silvas match-winning century in the 1996 World Cup finalwere all performances that could have true meaning only in this form of the game Tendulkarthough himself an advocate of changeshowed with his innings of sheer mastery in Colombo last week that there was no reason why one-day cricket couldnt resuscitate itself In a world that respects Test crickets premium on patience while celebrating T20s rebellious hittinga format that combines both skill sets shouldnt ideally find itself out of place One-dayers need the right platform to be judged fairlyand the revamped Champions Trophy in South Africa may indeed be a beginning But the end will be determined by what is done with ODIs all year round And therein lies the problem [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: April 6 2016 2:16 am Related News After an educational trust in Amreli headed by BJP leader Dilip Sanghani made it mandatory to write Bharat Mata Ki Jai on admission forms state education minister Bhup-endrasinh Chudasama Tuesday said “Though this is an independent decision of the trust I believe we should say ‘Bharat mata ki Jai’ There is nothing wrong in saying it” He said that the state government had no role in the trust’s decision Share This Article Related Article Shree Patel Vidyarthi Ashram Trust has made it compulsory for students seeking admission to its four institutes — two high schools one primary school and a physiotherapy college — to write Bharat Mata ki Jai on admission forms or choose to be declined admission For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: April 4 2016 11:21 am Vicky Kaushal says he will continue to treat each new film with the same passion he had for his debut project Related News “Masaan” actor Vicky Kaushal who has been recognised in the film industry for his talent says he will continue to treat each new film with the same passion he had for his debut project Talking about what he has learnt from his seniors in the industry the 27-year-old actor said: “I have learnt that craving for good work should be there in me always… something which I had during my first film That desire must persist in me even if I have done my 50th film Therefore I try to treat each film as my first film and do it with same passion” As of now he says “life is going good but I want to make it excellent” Read More “After ‘Masaan’ I have been receiving many good scripts It really feels good when people who inspire you call you for a discussion for films I believe I am in the right direction only when I work hard with full of honesty” said the son of action director Shyam Kaushal Vicky said he seeks his father’s guidance for the scripts that come his way “If I find that a script is interesting I bounce off to my dad He gives me a neutral opinion He has been working in this industry for 30 years so naturally he has the experience to give me an opinion in a different perspective He is my role model not only in professional life but also in personal life” Work wise after receiving a positive response for his last release “Zubaan” Vicky will next be seen in “Raman Raghav 20” directed by Anurag Kashyap and “Manmarziyan” with Bhumi Pednekar and Ayushmann Khurrana The film is directed by Sameer Sharma For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: April 9 2017 7:26 pm David Warner scored a fifty as Sunrisers Hyderabad strolled to victory against Gujarat Lions (Source: IPL) Top News Defending champion Sunrisers Hyderabad thumped Gujarat Lions by wickets to notch another win on the trot in Hyderabad Gujarat after being put to bat were restricted to a total of 135/7 in 20 overs Afghanistan player Rashid Khan once again proved his worth during the course when he trapped the likes of Brendon McCullum Aaron Finch and Suresh Raina in front of the wickets to bag a three-for and then got involved in a run-out to add to to Gujarat’s misery Hyderabad during the chase never really looked under pressure as David Warner and Moises Henriques showed great character and give a solid partnership to the hosts and win the match for them Gujarat Lions have already lost two of their starting games in this season while Sunrisers are on top with wins under their belt Yet to see a batsman stepping out to Rashid Khan Testimony to the mystery he’s stitched around his deliveries Well done #SRHvGL #IPL — Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) 9 April 2017 #SRH reaping the benefits of looking beyond traditional ponds to fish in Bangladesh last year for the “Fizz” now Afghanistan for Rashid — Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) 9 April 2017 To good tonight @SunRisers @TheGujaratLions need to have a look at some options in the bowling department Only 1x wicket in 2x games — Michael Clarke (@MClarke23) 9 April 2017 Sunrisers Hyderabad have now beaten Gujarat Lions in all four of their matches chasing down totals on each occasion #IPL — Freddie Wilde (@fwildecricket) 9 April 2017 Sunrisers Hyderabad’s next opponents are Mumbai Indians at Mumbai on April 12 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News Fifty-eight speakers addressed the participants and submitted 40 research papers about yoga that will be soon published as a book.ISIS has to be destroyed, unlike Prime Minister Narendra Modi, said.co. “Truthiness” was coined for truth that comes from the guts, At the site.

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But,so that it can reach out to wider audiences, he says For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mimansa Shekhar | New Delhi | Updated: May 3 2017 1:13 pm SS Rajamouli’s Baahubali: The Conclusion had a stupendous opening all across the globe and is fast inching towards becoming the highest grossing Indian film ever Related News Sound designer PM Satheesh said “What we lack in Bollywood is discipline Why is Baahubali happening in Telugu cinema because the money for the film of this sort goes into the production It’s not eaten up by a few big stars If you have a 600 crore-film in Mumbai at max Rs 100 crore will go into the production if you are lucky Otherwise everything is siphoned out to a few stars and people In Baahubali every penny has gone into the production that’s why it shows” Quite point on They don’t make films like this anymore or do they Well only if it comes from the godly hands of SS Rajamouli When the director’s latest offering Baahubali: The Conclusion got postponed for almost an year fans couldn’t bear the delay But now that the film is out making and breaking records it was every bit worth the wait Baahubali 2 has established a benchmark in Indian cinema by surpassing Aamir Khan’s Dangal and Salman Khan-starrer Sultan’s opening day records It ended up earning over Rs 100 crore on its very first day Now it is being said that henceforth Indian cinema will be divided into two eras pre-Baahubali and post-Baahubali But what exactly ensured that this Prabhas-Rana Daggubati film becomes a phenomenon despite being made in regional languages – Telugu and Tamil – and being dubbed in Hindi English and Malayalam among others A still from Baahubali: The Beginning Baahubali: The Beginning was a hit but no one really expected that the first film in the two-part franchise will become such a game-changer for Indian cinema It is heard that the project landed in Karan Johar’s lap by chance who gave it a shot and decided to distribute its Hindi version as a first step towards venturing out in the regional film industry But will KJo ever stake his resources for something as big and risky as Baahubali For that matter will anyone from Bollywood do that for a franchise that kept its entire team committed for five long years Definitely no We list down some points that might prove why Bollywood could never have made a Baahubali despite being one of the largest film industries in the world Prior to Baahubali 2 Sooraj Barjatya’s Prem Ratan Dhan Payo was the costliest Indian film Bollywood won’t spend Rs 430 crore on a franchise Baahubali 1 cost Rs 180 crore while Baahubali 2 budget stood at Rs 250 crore Now if we see the money our biggest Bollywood filmmakers spend no one can manage this heavy budget and translate it into opulence on the big screen Sanjay Leela Bhansali who is Rajamouli’s closest Bollywood counterpart shelled out Rs 125 crore for Bajirao Mastani his highest till date We are sure even Padmavati won’t get any closer to Baahubali Bollywood’s most expensive film till date is Salman Khan’s Prem Ratan Dhan Payo (Rs 180 crore) Any splendid Bollywood flick in terms of its highest scale mostly stays around Rs 150-170 crore Does that mean you need serious confidence and conviction to pool in such a massive amount Prabhas had reportedly instructed his managers to not negotiate with any other producer while he was doing Baahubali franchise Bollywood actors cannot give five years of their life to one project Prabhas did not sign another film in the past five years when Baahubali 1 and 2 were being made This was not just to maintain the continuity of his looks but even to ensure that he stayed in character lived it breathed it… So when the two films came out the audience did not see Prabhas the actor but Amarendra Baahubali and Mahendra Baahubali Cut to Bollywood and we have our Mr Perfectionist Aamir Khan who is known to work on only one film a year sometimes in a year and a half too to maintain his success rate But ask him if he is ready to give five years to one project and even he might refuse Of course because he would have given at least 4 films crossing Rs 200 crore each in the same time but is it at par with the dedication Prabhas showed Also read |Not Baahubali Bhallaladeva is most interesting character in the SS Rajamouli film Anushka Shetty played QueenDevasena in Baahubali 2 well versed with sword fighting and horse riding Her role required her to do a lot of action Bollywood can’t have such strong female characters even in their women-centric films Bollywood might be boasting of having finally arrived and giving us women oriented film like Dear Zindagi Queen and Kahaani but nowhere do filmmakers try to show their female protagonists without any mental depression or fighting against the social norms Cut to Baahubali and its three women – Devasena Sivagami and Avanthika are actually the real heroes They rule the kingdom select the king decide their partner fight to save their kingdom and even punish the miscreants In Bollywood reportedly no big actor wants to sign a film opposite Kangana Ranaut because the National Award winning actor is considered too big for her shoes in the male-dominated industry Do you really think if Baahubali was made in Bollywood a mainstream male actor would agree to sign it opposite these three strong women who drive the entire story The amount of screen time they have got and the power with which they were allowed to deliver their performance could only happen in an industry outside Bollywood Just days before the release of Baahubali 2 actor Sathyaraj who plays Kattappa was caught in a controversy with pro-Kannada groups Bollywood gives a little less screen importance to its supporting cast Ever noticed that Kattappa was the sole character in Baahubali who was present from start to end mainly in its conclusion While the main fight might have been between Bhallaladeva and Baahubali the entire second part revolved around “Why Kattappa killed Baahubali” So much for a character who was just a ‘loyal servant’ to the dynasty Rajmata Sivagami was the strongest character in the script so to say In Bollywood all that the supporting actors do is comedy or end up being the sidekick of the main lead Also read |Kattappa is the unsung hero of SS Rajamouli’s Baahubali 2 Here is why The cast and crew of Baahubali: The Conclusion during its trailer launch Bollywood cannot market the film as massively as Baahubali 2 Even if it is backed by the biggest production houses the way the makers of Baahubali marketed their film especially the second part has set a benchmark for every producer From its trailer to music launch releasing of books to film related merchandise every Baahubali event was an opulent affair Only if its grand premiere wasn’t cancelled at the last minute it would’ve kept the film in news for days Its marketing strategy can definitely become a study point for various business colleges For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: August 26 2017 3:07 pm The hackers also posted a video of previous season’s El-Clasico match at the Santiago Bernabeu where Lionel Messi scored the winning goal (Source: Reuters) Related News In the latest incidentof online hacking Real Madrid’s Twitter and Facebook accounts were hacked on Saturdaymorning This was followed by a tweet and Facebook welcoming Barcelona striker Lionel Messi to the Spanish and European champions The Twitter and Facebook post read “Welcome Messi” Later it was discovered that a hackers group named ‘OurMine’ who had previously hacked Barcelona’s social media accounts as well were behind this act Barcelona’s profiles were previously hacked with a tweet on their Twitter account confirming Angel di Maria’s signing from PSG Following the first Tweet from Real Madrid’s account another one was shared by ‘OurMine’ saying “OurMine Team here Internet security is shit and we proved that Ourmine org for more security *Not Only FC Barcelona *” However the hackers didn’t stop here they also posted a video of previous season’s El-Clasico match at the Santiago Bernabeu where Messi scored the final goal and Barcelona won the encounter 3-2 in the final minutes The hackers continued to mess with Real Madrid’s Twitter account as they posted another tweet where they said that they have sold the Madrid striker Karim Benzema and asked the fans if they want to buy any new player “We sold Benzema do you want us to buy any player *I know that’s black hat but i’m bored waiting for Real Madrid* #OurMine #RealMadridHack” Previously ‘OurMine’ have also hacked many social media accounts of various companies like Netflix HBO and Playstation For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News Kusal Mendis, to support India’s application at the plenary session this week itself,Her father and brother jumped off the train to save her and sustained fractures, said Mehtas lawyer Deval Anja Hehoweversaid they had both now recovered and sought the courts intervention in case of Mehta Mehtas petition states that the theft took place near Ambala but there was no personnel from the Railway Protection Force or the Government Railway Police There was tremendous loss of blood in the golden hour after the accident that led to the amputation of Mehtas leg She was taken to Amabala Civil Hospital where she received only first aid and was later admitted at PIG Hospital in Chandigarh45 km awayfrom where she was discharged on June 72012 Mehta was then brought to Mumbai and admitted at Raj Hospital in Mulund She stated that no railway official had visited them until thenand they had spent more than Rs 3 lakh by that time While Rs 7-8 lakh would be required for Mehtas further treatmenta prosthetic limb would cost between Rs 5-6 lakhher petition stated Mehta had just graduated and was about to get married Howeverthe marriage was called off after her accident?

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