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Then maybe they can make the ticket prices comparable to a 2D movie and not charge such exorbitant prices just to gain entry into a 3D one, he added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Melbourne | Updated: November 21 2016 5:31 pm The abrasive Wade replaces the more low-key Peter Nevill in a radically revamped Australia squad as the hosts look to avoid a first ever 3-0 series sweep on home soil (Source: File) Top News Recalled Australia wicketkeeper Matthew Wade has declared himself up for “the scrap” if things get heated in the dead rubber test against South Africa in Adelaide The abrasive Wade replaces the more low-key Peter Nevill in a radically revamped Australia squad as the hosts look to avoid a first ever 3-0 series sweep on home soil Wade’s selection has proven contentious with his glove-work considered inferior to Nevill’s and his recent batting form in domestic cricket patchy at best But the 28-year-old has two test centuries to his credit in his career of 12 matches the last outing coming away to India in 2013 Interim chairman of selectors Trevor Hohns also endorsed Wade as a “tough competitor” the kind of personality his panel was hoping could support young captain Steven Smith in taking a raw team forward “I enjoy that part of the game I enjoy the scrap” Wade told reporters in Adelaide on Monday “I enjoy getting out there when our backs are to the wall Hopefully that doesn’t come in this test but if it does I’m looking forward to getting out there and having a scrap yeah” Victoria captain Wade’s on-field demeanour has landed him in hot water on occasion most recently during Australia’s 5-0 whitewash in the one-day international series in South Africa He was fined 25 percent of his match fee along with Proteas bowler Tabraiz Shamsi in Port Elizabeth after the pair clashed and ignored umpires’ orders to back away from a heated exchange “Obviously I’ve been picked for a reason and I’ll just come and play my way” Wade added “I’ve been picked to come in and be a bit of a presence hopefully I suppose” Wade previously lost his test spot in part due to his patchy work behind the stumps but he feels he has improved in that department during his time in the test wilderness “Three years ago was a long time ago so (it is) hard to remember exactly what the selectors told me at that time” he said “But I knew I needed to work on my keeping at that stage it was no surprise I was out of the team I’ve worked hard on it and I’m confident in it that I can contribute “It’s not about my wicketkeeping or my batting It’s about trying to find a way as a team to get some wins out” The third test starts at Adelaide Oval on Thursday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shubhra Gupta | New Delhi | Published: July 24 2015 1:06 pm Aisa Yeh Jahan review: The movie which calls itself ‘India’s first carbon neutral film’ and which wants to talk up ecology and conservation and the joys of going-back-to-nature has a nice premise But its execution is amateurish Top News This film which calls itself ‘India’s first carbon neutral film’ and which wants to talk up ecology and conservation and the joys of going-back-to-nature has a nice premise But its execution is amateurish Young Assamese couple Rajib and Ananya Saikia ( Sen and Dubey) live in the concrete jungle of Mumbai with their little daughter and a teenage house help He is good-natured and understanding; she is not a bad sort but sharp of tongue and Pakhi ( Kholie) longs for the day she will be re-united with her mother in her village The director a former assistant of Jahnu Barua labours to tell us that cities are impersonal and anti-nature It is the villages and their residents that have an appreciation of real emotion No arguments with that argument and the film’s attempts at calling attention to the North East criminally neglected in ‘mainstream’ movies But to stuff in so many superfluous songs and clichéd characters and situations does a disservice both to the film and the idea behind it Fresh-faced Kymsleen Kholie’s Pakhi is the best part of ‘Aisa Yeh Jahaan’ but you can’t help feeling uneasy when you see an entire feature film revolve around a child who is a `labourer’ so to speak even though the film begins with a disclaimer stating its position against ‘child labour’ Apart from Kholie when you see Bishnu Khargaria ( a familiar face from Barua’s films) amongst the others who are patently not Assamese you realise the difficulties of bringing such a subject into a full-length feature and for an all-India audience It is crying out to be done sure but better Cast: Palash Sen Ira Dubey Kymsleen Kholie Yashpal Sharma Tinnu Anand Bishnu Khargaria Director : Biswajeet Bora For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsLondon:Eoin Morgan is hoping the return of three key players from the Indian Premier League will help England defeat top-ranked South Africa in their upcoming one-day international series A three-match contest between the sides starts with a day/nighter at Headingley on Wednesday with the series given added spice by the fact it acts as a warm-up for next week’s Champions Trophy tournament in England and Wales That competition will see England trying to end their 42-year wait for a maiden major International Cricket Council ODI trophy with the 2010 World Twenty their lone global short-format title England cricketers celebrate during the recentODIs against West Indies AFP All-rounders Ben Stokes and Chris Woakes together with wicket-keeper Jos Buttler were all given permission to miss England’s opening two ODIs this season against Morgan’s native Ireland and instead extend their IPL stints Stokes and Buttler who played for Rising Pune Supergiant and Mumbai Indians respectively might have been in opposition in Sunday’s final had they not been recalled to an England training camp in Spain Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen told Sky Sports the decision was "an absolute shambles" "What are they going to Spain for To field a couple of balls They should be playing in the IPL" he said Stokes — paid a record $216 million to play the eight-week IPL season — was instrumental in Pune reaching the knockout phase after a brilliant debut campaign in the lucrative Twenty20 competition The 25-year-old left-handed batsman and right-handed pace bowler scored 316 runs in 12 matches with a highest of 103 not out and took 12 wickets Nasser Hussain like Pietersen a former England captain defended Stokes’s recall to national training duty by saying: "The reason he got an IPL deal was because of how wonderful he has been for England "When they tell you to turn up to a training camp you turn up to a training camp to prepare for a tournament that we have underachieved in for 20-30 years" Morgan himself an IPL player was simply delighted to have several key men back on board "It’s a huge benefit having three match-winners come back into the team having watched them contribute so much to the IPL" Morgan told reporters at Headingley on Tuesday "Ben Stokes comes back as the competition’s MVP (most valuable player) and it’s great to see him performing so well in what is the biggest domestic tournament in the world "Jos is one of the best in the world as well and Chris has been an important part of Kolkata Knight Riders’ road to the final stages" Stokes found himself playing in the same IPL side as Australia captain Steve Smith who’ll be a determined opponent when England travel ‘Down Under’ later this year in defence of the Ashes "I remember doing a batting session with some power hitting towards the end where the guy who I will actually be playing against in the Ashes (Smith) was helping me which is something that you would never be able to fathom when you are playing against each other" said Stokes "It was really good actually" While Stokes returns to bolster England the fact South Africans such as Kyle Abbott Rilee Rossouw Dane Vilas Stiaan van Zyl and David Wiese have all cut short their international careers in favour of the financial security of county contracts has been brought into even greater focus now the Proteas are in England "It’s part and parcel of what we are confronted with in recent times" said South Africa captain AB de Villiers at Headingley on Tuesday "We can’t stop guys from going where they want to and playing where they want to play" De Villiers added however: "We’ve no reason not to be confident "We’ve beaten Australia Sri Lanka and New Zealand recently so we’re confident we’re not harping too much on what we’ve lost because we’d rather focus on what we’ve gained in the last few months" England and Spain have been proponents of footballing art at the 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup in India and it’s fitting that they are part of the competition’s biggest showpiece — the final Their flamboyance en route to the final has left many in awe of their football but no team embarks on this long journey to reach the ultimate clash to win mere hearts Be it at any level a final is all about the winners not of hearts but the cup The trophy is pictured ahead of the FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017 final match between England and Spain Getty Ask Brazil When the South Americans take to the field at the Vivekanand Yuba Bharati Krirangan for the third-place match against Mali they will enjoy unconditional support but it won’t be a particularly enjoyable moment for the Brazilians to play audience to the title clash that follows They’ll readily exchange crowd support for a place in the marquee game Even without Brazil the passionate Kolkata crowd will be looking forward to witnessing England take on Spain in the final After impressing in every game that the Young Lions have played in the City of Joy the local crowd will have warmed up to the English especially after the attractive brand of football that they put up in their 3-1 win over Brazil Spain who are equally artistic will provide a tough contest In a clash of footballing philosophy styles and technique England and Spain will look to outperform each other While neither may be able to completely eclipse the other considering the proximity of the teams on the skill and technique parameters it will be the team thatshows greater efficiency that will emerge on top It’s an area that both teams couldimprove on While England and Spain have created plenty of chances in the competition so far they have failed to keep their attempts on target Going forward Spain have hit the target just 39 percent (41 out of 105) of their total attempts while England have been slightly better with 445 percent (43 out of 101) of their shots ending up on their opponents’ goals Comparing shots on target numbers both teams havehad more than 50% ccuracy on just one occasion — Spain in the semi-final against Mali when they had seven out of their 10 shots on target and England in their quarter-final against USA when 12 out of their 20 shots were goal bound These numbers come as a surprise especially considering both teams are blessed with two of the most natural goal-scorers this World Cup has seen in Rhian Brewster and Abel Ruiz who are also the competition’s leading scorers with seven and six goals to their names respectively In a game of fine margins England and Spain willhave to shun their extravagance for a bit more efficiency even if it takes a bit of sheen off their artistry on the pitch The two teams met in the final of the European U-17 Championship in May earlier this year where Spain emerged victorious 4-1 on penalties after a 2-2 draw On the day Spain made 13 attempts out of which only five were on target compared to England’s three in as many attempts The eventual champions who dominated most parts of the game were minutes away from being punished for their profligacy as they needed a stoppage-time equaliser to take the game to penalties However England have got stronger since and have had a magnificent campaign so far where they have scored 18 goals and conceded just four keeping three clean sheets in the process Spanish coach Santi Denia who’s kept a close eye on their European rivals certified that ahead of the game "I believe England have improved in every aspect of the game It is clear that they are defensively much better while offensively their record — 18 goals from six matches — speak for themselves" Denia told a press conference on the eve of the final "They have improved not only with the ball but they do know how to play transition football" he said while crediting England coach Steve Cooper England players celebrate their victory over Brazil in the FIFA U-17 World Cup semi-final AP Against Brazil England looked like a team that was extremely aware of their playing philosophy and what role each player had to perform during different circumstances of the game Moreover unlike their predecessors this English team is gifted with technically strong players in the shape of Manchester City’s Phil Foden Chelsea’s George McEachran and Callum Hudson-Odoi and Liverpool’s Brewster At the back the likes of Joel Latibeaudiere Marc Guehi Jonathan Panzo and Steven Sessesgnon are well equipped to play a possession-based game Spain like their several previous generations have players with sound techniques Apart from captain Ruiz Ferran Torres Sergio Roberto Mohamed Moukhliss and Cesar Gelabert are wonderfully talented "They (Spain) are befitting World Cup finalists It’s an amazing achievement for them It’s a very good team throughout from back to front players We know where their strength lies as well as the areas what we can exploit because of that we are going to game confident" Cooper said ahead of the game The Englishman was to quick to quash any suggestions of a possible change in strategy against Spain hinting at sticking to his guns just like his team did against Brazil "Whether we play in a group stage match or a final our idea is going to be the same We won’t change something that’s worked so well for us in the tournament so far AndI believe in all my players to do the job once again" Cooper asserted Spain on the other hand have their own reasons not to change their guard Since their loss to Brazil in their opening game which coach Denia termed as a "wake-up call" Spain have remained unchanged for five straight games winning all of them Spain players celebrate their victory over Mali during their FIFA U-17 World Cup semi-final AP So Denia has a combination that’s got the taste of producing winning performances and will feel confident even against England who are yet to lose a game in the entire competition In this titanic clash something will have to give With the numerous football artisans on show on Saturday delightful intricate passing moves dazzling runs astonishing goals andastute defending is a certainty What’s uncertain is a clear favourite in the duel as there isn’t one In a World Cup where results have been determined by small details according to Spanish coach Denia the final should be no different With there being no shortage of style on show it will be the team that can produce greater substance on the football pitch that will come up trumps In Kolkata at the magnificent Salt Lake stadium the stage is set Now it’s over to the young starlets to make their first mark on the world of football Likely XIs England:Curtis Anderson (GK) Steven Sessegnon Joel Latibeaudiere (C) Marc Guehi Jonathan Panzo Tashan Oakley-Boothe George McEachran Morgan Gibbs White Phil Foden Callum Hudson-Odoi Rhian Brewster Spain:Alvaro Fernandez (GK) Mateu Jaume Hugo Guillamon Victor Chust Juan Miranda Antonio Blanco Mohamed Moukhliss Cesar Gelabert Sergio Gomes Ferran Torres Abel Ruiz (C) Written by Shalini Langer | New Delhi | Published: June 5 2015 9:23 pm However somewhere along the way the all-too-familiar story among all-too-familiar characters loses sight of what children can do and what they probably won’t Related News Directed by Andy Hamilton Guy Jenkin Starring Rosamund Pike David Tennant Billy Connolly Ben Miller Emilia Jones Bobby Smalldridge Harriet Turnbul Jess (Harriet) and her harried mother Abi (Pike) have an interesting conversation as they are setting off on their Scotland trip Having tried unsuccessfully to buckle the fidgety 4-year-old into her seatbelt Abi decides to try the nice way Picking up a brick that Jess has been lugging around calling it her pet ‘Norman’ Abi tells Jess “Lets ask whether Norman wants to wear a seatbelt” As her elder brother goes on an on about the prospect of horrible deaths Jess tells her mother smiling “How would Norman know It’s just a brick with no hands or legs” Jess knows Abi knows they both know the other knows and the audience knows how this begins and how this ends Writer-directors Andy Hamilton and Guy Jenkin know it well too What We Did On Our Holiday is an extension of their TV series Outnumbered about a couple and their own set of three children However somewhere along the way the all-too-familiar story among all-too-familiar characters loses sight of what children can do and what they probably won’t That’s a damage the film never recovers from as its grasp of children is the best thing going for Hamilton and Jenkin Abi and Doug (Tennant) are in the middle of divorce proceedings a fact they have kept hidden from Doug’s ailing father Gordie (Connolly) On way to Scotland for Gordie’s 75th birthday Abi and Doug tell their three children including eldest Lottie (Emilia) Mickey (Bobby) and youngest Jess not to let others in on the family trouble That leads to a volley of questions on the things they can say or not and the truth not surprisingly tumbles out soon enough when they are all in Scotland Gordie himself lives in this grand house not too far from a lake where he spends hours placidly sitting on the beach or frantically fishing in water Played by Connolly Gordie is a caricatutre of rebellious crochety old grandfathers with his long pinned hair his ramshackle mini-truck and the cancer pain he endures in secret Doug’s brother and sister-in-law are more caricatures rich uptight and righteous raising a “proper” son who is quite the contrast to Doug’s own three Of the trio Lottie is the serious one in tight braids and glasses who notes down every thing told to her in a notebook especially jotting down the “lies” her parents expect of her The writer-director duo try to bring in some measure of surprise in what unsurprisingly follows when a grandfather young at heart and London children set free upon a Scottish countryside meet However soon that surprise has gone from being cute to incredulousness and the film loses track bringing in too many elements from media to Vikings Some of that interesting stuff comes beeped out for us the lily-livered in India Pike did this film before big-time success in the form of Gone Girl which explains her presence here Or there could be another reason Gordie has an insightful advice for Lottie on her notebook: “Life doesn’t always look very good when written down” he tells her A script almost always does For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Kriti Sonali | New Delhi | Updated: October 13 2016 12:54 pm Bigg Boss 10: Pramod Dahiya is from Sonepat Haryana and is a student at Mudra Institute of Communications Ahmedabad (MICA) Top News Pramod Dahiya the 37-year-old Aquarian is originally from Sonepat Haryana but at present lives in Mumbai He is an actor/writer and relishes homemade food He loves reading listening to old songs playing sports and gymming This Bigg Boss 10 contestant seems to love travelling and posingfor pics too Pramod Dahiya is a student of creative writing at Mudra Institute of Communications Ahmedabad (MICA) His Facebook profile reveals that he is a part of the film industry and thus acting is also a part of his life He is single and interested in women He mentions English Hindi and Haryanvi as the languages he knows If you ask him about himself his answer would be “Let me know myself 1st” and his favourite quote is “Tommorrow never comes” Now that is something interesting WATCH VIDEO: Bigg Boss 10: Thirteen Commoners Shortlisted To Enter Salman Khan’s Show He quotes Buddha on his social media account:“All that we are is the result of what we have though the mind os everything What we think we become” Also read | Bigg Boss 10: Confirmed 13 shortlisted contestants who will enter Salman Khan’s show see pics Why should Pramod Dahiya be on Bigg Boss 10: Pramod has a charming personality and has a positive attitude towards life For a person who considers today to be of utmost importance will surely be a go-getter and this is what a Bigg Boss challenger should be Check out Bigg Boss 10 contestant Pramod Dahiya’s video Here are some of Pramod Dahiya’s pictures Find this dapper guy on Facebook as Pramod Dahiya For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News Japanese restaurants came out on top overall. but the songs wouldn’t get played or only one or two songs were reflected from the playlist. 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