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While the concerned official dealing with rural development fund said that the department “did not have the commodity wise figures of RDF collections”. Nathan Coulter-Nile is back from injury and he has made a place in this team.“Nathan brings raw pace to the side with good variation It is great to see him back from injury and we are hopeful he will have a big impact in this series” said the national selector “James Faulkner is a solid One-Day campaigner and is very familiar with sub-continent conditions coming off a very good tour of Sri Lanka last year We hope that he will take his chance in returning to the one-day side” he added “Hilton is an aggressive striker of the ball and we think his game will be well suited to the transition to short-form cricket” concluded Hohns Speaking on the T20 International squad T20 National Selector Mark Waugh said: “The overall standards being set in the BBL and also the IPL are very high and the players selected have impressed in these tournaments” said Waugh Mitchell Starc has been dropped as he is still returning from injury in right foot Bupa Support Staff Physiotherapist David Beakley said: “We have recently reviewed the progress of Mitchell’s right foot injury and the healing process has been slower than we would have liked “Consequently in order to ensure his best possible preparation for the Ashes he will be unavailable for the Tour of India and will continue his rehab in Australia with an aim to have him play for New South Wales in the domestic one-day cup” Qantas Tour of India ODI Squad Steve Smith (C) David Warner Ashton Agar Hilton Cartwright Nathan Coulter-Nile Patrick Cummins James Faulkner Aaron Finch Josh Hazlewood Travis Head Glenn Maxwell Marcus Stoinis Matthew Wade Adam Zampa Qantas Tour of India T20 Squad Steve Smith (C) David Warner Jason Behrendorff Dan Christian Nathan Coulter-Nile Patrick Cummins Aaron Finch Travis Head Moises Henriques Glenn Maxwell Tim Paine Kane Richardson Adam Zampa For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: AP | Published: September 21 2017 12:59 am Leipzig’s Diego Demme left is fouled by Augsburg’s Daniel Baier during the German Soccer Bundesliga match (Source: AP) Related News Augsburg captain Daniel Baier has been fined and banned for one Bundesliga game for making an obscene gesture at Leipzig coach Ralph Hasenhuettl in Tuesday’s league game between the sides The German soccer federation which opened investigatory proceedings against Baier on Wednesday suspended the player and fined him 20000 euros ($24000) for making the gesture “with his right hand in the direction of the Leipzig coaching area” Referee Daniel Siebert did not see the gesture but Baier agreed to the sanction after he was summoned to give his side of events Baier approached Hasenhuettl after his team’s 1-0 win but the Leipzig coach refused his handshake “It wasn’t an apology You saw the action on TV I don’t need to comment on it or judge it” Hasenhuettl said after Augsburg’s 1-0 win Baier apologized to teammates on social media and said he also tried to apologize in the Leipzig changing room after the game “I did not do justice to my role as Augsburg captain” Baier said “On the spur of the moment I allowed myself make a gesture that I myself don’t know how I made I apologize to all who took offense from it” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Parul | Chandigarh | Updated: July 6 2017 4:31 am Punjab Kala Bhawan in Chandigarh Top News THE Open Air Theatre of Punjab Kala Bhawan in Sector 16 will soon be buzzing with theatre activity with the Punjab Arts Council deciding to give the space for free to theatre groups from across Punjab inviting them to perform in Chandigarh on a regular basis The idea is to encourage young theatre artistes to reach out to audiences outside their spaces and in the process also interact with other theatre groups and develop their art “Street plays theatre festivals training workshops we have a line-up for these artistes who are working in small towns and villages against all odds and need exposure and support The Punjab Arts Council and the Punjab Sangeet Natak Akademi as part of a programme recently connected with as many as 100 artistes from across Punjab at Virsa Vihar Amritsar to understand their challenges so that we can include their ideas and suggestions for promoting theatre in the forthcoming Culture Policy of Punjab” said Satinder Satti chairperson Punjab Arts Council Satti added that the free space to perform providing facilities for plays encouraging artistes to do ticketed shows would initiate new dialogues and creative endeavours With many creative and artistic endeavours taken forward by groups and individuals on their own without government or corporate support free spaces for rehearsals and performances pave a way for encouraging and supporting artistic activities and hopefully also sensitising audiences towards the many challenges on this journey Recently Neenu Vij a painter and president of Chandigarh Rotary Club has transformed an unused space in the Sector 18 club into a gallery and area for workshops inviting 100 artists and students from the city to create works on the theme of environment To encourage interaction between artists Vij is now developing the space so that students and upcoming artists can use the space to hold exhibitions workshops and interactions for free “We have painted the walls and also got new lights so that art works can get a display and also the space can be used for lectures on art” said Vij At the Tagore Theatre eight theatre groups from the city are rehearsing these days at the two halls given free for rehearsals With three-hour shifts starting from 9 am to 9 pm according to Balkar Sidhu the director the two halls are equipped with the basics and are a constant space of activity “It is a central space with an ambience for art and we plan our day according to the time slot we get here and with most of us funding our own groups the free space is a huge advantage Also we get to meet and share so many aspects of our work with each other” said a young actor Likewise painter and performing artiste Harpreet Singh who has created and conceptualised the Healing Art Residency in Morni said art needs encouragement and support at various levels Apart from a space for workshops dance performances Singh is setting up a small studio for print-making as many cannot pursue the form for lack of equipment The model is that artists come and work here and give back by sharing their skills with younger artists and also the villagers here “Opening the space to artists from across the country and abroad will create new idioms of art” said Singh For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsChief US diplomat Tillerson says never considered resigning | Reuters India Reuters Oct 05 2017 02:00:09 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Oct 05 2017 02:00 AM | Updated Date: Oct 05 2017 02:00 AM Tags : Written by Suanshu Khurana | Published: May 23 2015 12:20 am Related News British nu-folk outfit Mumford and Sons began their career in 2007 They came with soaring vocals brilliant harmonies frenzied banjo riffs and string arrangements one hadn’t heard in a while in the mainstream With Wilder Minds their third album the band had a chance to experiment and find out another direction just try to breakaway from the rut So they got The National guitarist Aaron Dessner and Arctic Monkeys’ producer James Ford on board ditched their banjos and created 12 worn out mediocre tracks Wilder Minds doesn’t boast of any folk rock from a band synonymous with the genre Those banjo riffs elaborate string arrangements and sing-alongs have been replaced by loud pounding on the drums echoing guitars and a strong synth presence But by plugging in and dispensing with most things acoustic the band has only raised their volume It would have worked if they had raised the bar too But what has stayed thankfully is Marcus Mumford’s gorgeous voice Another plus is the structure of the songs Believe is one of them The piano intro eases into a string section while Marcus croons “I don’t even know if I believe everything you’re trying to say to me” Halfway through the electric guitar pierces through It’s done well The album opens with the upbeat Tompkin’s Park It’s firmly cut but soon begins to sound like any other alt-rock song Snake Eyes begins softly with Marcus singing over cascading guitars and light taps on the cymbals The arrangement of Just Smoke with soft guitars and light drums remind one of the band’s older days The Wolf is heavily arranged on drums and begins well but soon loses direction As for the title song it’s plain dull and not “wild” in any sense of the word But Cold Arms comes with a reverb to die for The album does have its moments but Mumford and Sons need to introspect on their sound before their next offering For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express AppNew Delhi: Signalling a tough line on the issue of chanting ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’ despite controversies BJP chief Amit Shah on Thursday said 99 percent people were agreeable to hailing ‘Mother India’ with the slogan and the party would "convince" the rest Speaking at the India Today Conclave in New Delhi Shah justified the government’s action on the JNU row insisting that some people deciding to hold a programme to commemorate Afzal Guru’s death anniversary in itself is "anti-national" Amit Shah said RSS and BJP was not putting pressure on anyone to say ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ Reuters In his over an hour interaction the BJP President expressed confidence of that BJP will form a government in Assam but reacted cautiously about its prospects in other states saying the party will work to increase its influence and play a role in government formation in these states Responding to a number of questions on the controversy surrounding the issue of chanting ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’ Shah said that the particular slogan was in vogue even before RSS and the BJP came into picture "99 percent of people agree with the slogan This debate is irrelevant Those who do not want to chant this should be asked what is their problem with this slogan We will convince the one per cent people who do not want to chant it" Shah said but declined to answer how will the BJP go about it "You leave it to us how will we do it" he said When asked whether MIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi who said he would not raise the chant hailing ‘Mother India’ "even if a knife is put to my throat" is a traitor he said" No one becomes a traitor due to just one thing" and added "we will have to consider all other things and then come to a conclusion" The BJP chief also said there is no need to say Bharat Maata Ki Jai under pressure from RSS or BJP "This slogan is being chanted much before RSS and BJP came to power" Shah said Asked about controversial comments made by party general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya that those who do not chant the slogan should be sent to Pakistan the BJP chief said one should rather listen to what Prime Minister Narendra Modi Home Minister Rajnath Singh Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and he himself said To queries on the JNU row he said the very fact that an event was organized on February 9 to commemorate Afzal Guru’s hanging is anti-national "There is no confusion in BJP about this If some people decide to hold a programme to commemorate his death anniversry this itself is anti-national" he said Shah said he does not consider Rahul Gandhi’s visit to JNU during the students’ protests as wrong but voiced reservations against the Congress vice president delivering a speech there accusing the Modi government of trying to suppress their freedom of expression "I am against this statement of Rahul Gandhi that some people want to suppress your freedom of expression" he said Referring to alleged anti-India slogans raised at the JNU during the Afzal Guru event he said "If there are voices like these then they must be suppressed" When asked about raising of anti-national slogans in places like Jammu and Kashmir where the BJP had allied with PDP he referred to the arrest of separatist leader Masarat Alam and said he would have never been arrested had BJP not been in power Alam was sent to jail even when PDP was in power in Jammu and Kashmir Shah said when asked about PDP’s alleged soft corner for Afzal Guru When asked about a Supreme Court observation that merely raising anti-India slogan is not treason he shot back saying that the same court had once said that calling Congress activists goondas was also treason Congress was in alliance in Kerala with Muslim League which was responsible for India’s partition Shah said At this Congress MP Shashi Tharoor who was seated among the audience rose and defended the alliance saying the Muslim League in Kerala was different and was founded after the partition Tharoor said its policies were not communal When told about the allegations that his government was crushing freedom of expression Shah shot back asking "give me one example" Rejecting the charge Shah said Prime Minister Narendra Modi was called "Hitler Ravan a mass murderer" but BJP did nothing against those who called him names "We will tolerate criticism against people and government but not the country" he said Taking a dig at Congress for its criticism of BJP over alleged intolerance he said the UPA government had acted against internet giant Google for allegedly showing a cartoon against Congress president Sonia Gandhi "while I keep all cartoons against me on by website" Asked whether his relationship with the Gandhi family is not good Shah said "It is true that the relationship is not good As far as I am concerned the relationship is not good I do not know about them" Shah said BJP was on course to achieve its target of a "Congress-free India" and cited the election results in some states as example Asked about BJP’s prospects in five states Shah reacted cautiously "Party will work to increase its influence and to play a role in government formation in these states" About Assam he however expressed confidence that the BJP will form the government On Aligarh Muslim University’s minority status issue he said that AMU is "not a minority" institution He said the BJP demands that it should implement reservation for SC/ST and OBCs in admission there About black money he said the government was moving in the right direction but there was some delay PTI Former England captain Rooney rejoins Everton | Reuters Fwire Reuters Jul 09 2017 19:45:30 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Jul 09 2017 19:45 PM | Updated Date: Jul 09 2017 19:45 PM Tags : National Selector Trevor Hohns said: “We believe the panel has selected a strong squad to face the tough Indian conditions,joint press conference in Stockholm with visiting Canadian?trends and styles, 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