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Bangladesh,Malaysia Oman South Korea China Group A Teams P W D L GD Points India 3 3 0 0 15 9 Pakistan 3 1 0 2 10 4 Japan 3 1 1 1 6 4 Bangladesh 3 0 0 3 1 0 Group B Teams P W D L GD Points Malaysia 3 3 0 0 16 9 South Korea 3 2 0 1 12 6 China 3 1 0 2 4 3 Oman 3 0 0 3 4 0 SUPER 4s Teams P W D L GD Points India 3 2 1 0 11 7 Malaysia 2 1 0 1 5 3 South Korea 2 0 2 0 2 2 Pakistan 3 0 1 2 -1 1 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsPublished: March 5 2017 12:00 am Someone like me: Kangana Ranaut’s Rani embarks on journey to rediscover herself in Queen; Hema Malini in Seeta aur Geeta; Sridevi cracks the whip in Chaalbaaz; and Pooja played by Shabana Azmi makes a dignified comeback in Arth Related News Nutan in Bandini (1963) Love jealousy redemption — Nutan plays a gamut of emotions in one of her finest performances in Bandini Bimal Roy’s last film Set in pre-Independent India she brings depth and dignity to Kalyani a spirited girl from a village who falls in love with a revolutionary moves to the city and finds a job after he leaves only to discover that the neurotic patient that she is attending to is her lover’s wife From that moment of jealousy when she poisons her to her redemption in prison and finally in choosing her older love over the young prison doctor who proposes to her — Kalyani shows us a sacrifice that evokes no pity and gives us a film that moves us without becoming a tear-jerker Hema Malini in Seeta aur Geeta (1973) Hema Malini brings a burst of freshness to her role as the feisty sister to her demure twin Seeta in this separated-at-birth united-in-the end saga where she plays a double role While Seeta grows up with evil aunt played by Manorama Geeta is a street performer in a poor neighbourhood until they swap places courtesy a series of misunderstandings As the bindaas Geeta sets about putting the house in order she has the most unsanskari repartees for her aunt In one scene when she’s perched atop a fan and her aunt says “Neeche aaja beti” she doesn’t hesitate to reply “Upar aaja moti” That scene best encapsulates the easy exuberance and spunk that only Hema Malini could have brought Shabana Azmi in Arth (1982) Any discussion of Arth probably needs to have this “disclaimer” — both Shabana Azmi and Smita Patil essayed their roles impeccably Azmi’s character Pooja has a more holistic trajectory and she shines in her depiction of Pooja an orphan who craves stability Her husband gifts her a flat but a happy home it is not to be when she discovers his affair with Kavita (Patil) From a docile housewife to a pleading desperate woman trying to hold her marriage together to a financially-independent woman who understands the necessity of letting go Azmi beautifully unravels the bitter truth the arth of life and its non-relationships Rekha in Khoon Bhari Maang (1988) Beware the wrath of a woman fed to a crocodile who turns out to be the only true friend Rekha has in Khoon Bhari Maang (KBM) — because it only takes a small bite out of her face and doesn’t actually eat her for lunch Just by selling a pair of solitaire diamond earrings Rekha funds not only her flight to Switzerland but also her plastic surgery That’s what you call a comeback folks In a way KBM is the story of Rekha’s life You can trick a woman into thinking she deserves little and take advantage of her But how can one ever win against Jyoti a revengeful light so bright that her costumes pale in comparison With eyeshadow and mascara so fierce Rekha taught us what throwing shade is all about Rekha cautions us to what happens when we don’t recognise our former friends when they try on new clothes and makeup Sridevi in Chaalbaaz (1989) “Naach gana mere bas ka nahi hai” Oh Rajinikanth if there was ever a time you were proven wrong it was by Sridevi in Chaalbaaz And not once but do-do baar Agar Manju is modern toh Anju is taandav Together they are dynamite Chaalbaaz is a great example of Sridevi’s prodigious talent — she took what Hema Malini did in the “lady-oriented” Seeta aur Geeta and made it her own As Anju she portrays vulnerability and grace but let it not be mistaken for some sanskari nonsense As Manju she is a firecracker with a comic timing that remains unparalleled to this day She fights like a woman in a Rajinikanth and Sunny Deol world — with sarcastic wit heels and on one memorable occasion a churi (bangle) and a chabuk (whip) Konkona Sen Sharma in Mr & Mrs Iyer (2002) Post Godhra Aparna Sen’s brilliant Mr and Mrs Iyer was one of the first to tackle communalism with sensitivity and realism In that endeavour the film’s female lead Konkona Sen Sharma’s character of Meenakshi Iyer deserves much credit She of the high caste Tamil-Iyer Brahmin family has to travel on a bus with her child along with he of the “other” community Jehangir Raja Chowdhury (Rahul Bose) Meenakshi is afraid of polluting her beliefs: “Please don’t touch me” she says after learning Raja’s real identity But the same woman doesn’t think twice before introducing him as Mr Iyer when his life is under threat Towards the end she also introduces Raja to her husband as Jehangir The transformation in the character is devoid of any contrivance and Sharma get its right — down to the Tamil-inflected twang of the English and the odd silent moment she shares with Jehangir before real life kicks in every time Kangana Ranaut in Queen (2014) Kangana Ranaut has several scene-stealing moments in Queen but the one that really shows us what Rani Mehra is all about is when she is mugged in a dark and deserted lane in Paris “Maine usko aisa sabak sikhaya hai ki Dilliwalon ke saath woh panga nahi lega ab life mein kabhi” she tearfully but confidently tells Vijayalakshmi (Lisa Haydon) She might as well have said these lines to Vijay (Rajkummar Rao) the fiancé who dumps her a day before their wedding Nothing can get Rani down Ranaut is pitch-perfect in her role as an inexperienced nave Delhi girl who decides to go on her honeymoon alone and discovers herself And even when the film becomes a United Colors of Benetton advertisement Rani stays original and fresh Tabu in Haider (2014) Bollywood often inflicts the well-meaning viewers with its convivial yet forgettable presence of mothers They are either silent spectators in family crises or loud overbearing caricatures Which is why Tabu in Haider essaying the role of the emotionally complex Ghazala reels us into her world and jolts us out of our complacence She is more than a concept — she is flesh and blood malevolent and vulnerable in the same breath tugging and shoving away those around her all against the backdrop of the simmering insurgency in Kashmir She is a mother but she doesn’t put her own needs on the backburner And when the time comes she shows that she is also capable of great sacrifices Richa Chaddha in Masaan (2015) From the time she is caught in a hotel room with her boyfriend and he commits suicide to overcoming every barrier that her small town throws at her to getting out of home to start a new life Richa Chaddha’s portrayal of a small-city girl in Masaan is overwhelming She overcomes grief prejudice and professional limitations with exceptional resilience and embraces her past without shame or regret It not only sets her free but also makes her push her own boundaries If feminism had an everyday face one that emerges from small towns riddled with narrow-mindedness and bigotry it is Devi’s Even the name is symbolic Alia Bhatt in Udta Punjab (2016) and Highway (2014) A city-slick girl who transformed with the terrain she traverses through bundled up in the truck of her kidnapper A former hockey player from Bihar-turned-labourer in Punjab trapped in the vortex of the drug trade There are ways in which Alia Bhatt adds such depth and nuance to her characters in Highway and Udta Punjab that we couldn’t choose one over the other As a hostage in Highway Veera Tripathi resists breaks and finally finds herself In Udta Punjab she is young vulnerable and just as resilient We find ourselves sifting through the complex emotions of the young migrant forced into a cycle of sexual abuse and drugs There’s a lesson in personal freedom in Bhatt’s portrayal of these two characters who push against the wall with all that they have even when it doesn’t budge It also tell us that most damsels in distress are perfectly capable of rescuing themselves For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Zeenat Tinwala | Pune | Published: February 11 2017 8:18 am A counselling session being held Top News Growing Internet and smartphone addiction seem to be on top of the mind of city school students as seen at a seminar held at the New English School at Tilak Road on Friday by Dnyanadevi Childline Anuradha Sahastrabudhe honorary director of the 24-hour helpline for children in distress along with her team had organised an orientation programme for school prefects and class monitors of various schools in the city to create awareness on issues pertaining to gender sensitisation and empowerment Watch What Else Is Making News: Two sessions were conducted under the Bal Sena-peer support group programme one for students from Marathi medium schools and another for students of English medium schools Grouped into three broad areas students were asked to list the issues they face in personal life at school and problems they see in society as a whole While misuse of the internet leading to porn addiction child labour and begging were discussed quite animatedly by both groups students also voiced their personal concerns They talked about issues related to lack of parental time On the school front students complained of lack of time and space alloted to playing However the sessions weren’t meant for just discussions as the students were encouraged to come up with solutions most of which were to be self-implemented On the school front students vowed to speak to their administration about playing area demands However not all issues were discussed openly A few serious concerns like homosexuality were also brought up by few girls Speaking on the outcome of holding such sessions Sahasrabudhe said “Though there was a certain amount of ambiguity the students opened up and talked about issues such as homosexuality and cigarette addiction openly Some of the children were concerned about how the issue of homosexuality was affecting their friends and wanted us to address it” Amongst other problems students spoke about unhygienic toilets in schools vehicular pollution and lack of traffic discipline in the city For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Rajkot | Published: February 1 2017 4:18 am Top News AN AGRICULTURAL labourer was arrested by police on Tuesday after he allegedly set a watchtower on fire in an agricultural field in Bhangadh village of Bhavnagar with the intent to burn alive his rival in love This ended up killing a 12-year-old boy who was accompanying his target Police said that Anil Mer (20) a resident of Bhangadh village in Sihor taluka of Bhavnagar poured petrol and set on fire a makeshift watchtower in an agricultural field on which Vinu Solanki (25) of nearby Ghanghali village and Sukhdev Koli (12) were asleep in the wee hours of Saturday The boy the nephew of the landlord and Solanki sustained burn injuries and were rushed to Sir T General Hospital in Bhavnagar However the boy who had sustained 80 per cent burns succumbed to injuries on Monday Solanki has also been hospitalised Watch What Else Is Making News After the incident of arson police registered a non-cognisable offence But after the death of the boy Solanki lodged a complaint with Sihor police Based on the complaint police booked Anil for murder and arrested him from his village Bhangadh on Tuesday Police said that the incident was the fallout of rivalry between Solanki and Anil to win over a girl of Bhangadh Police said that Solanki an agricultural labourer had been working on the farm of one Ashwin Dabhi in Bhangadh village for many years and fell in love with a woman living in his neighbourhood “But they fell out around two years ago Meanwhile Anil developed a relationship with the same woman Recently the woman told Anil that Vinu had been trying to approach her again Learning this Anil asked Vinu to stay away from the woman and warned of dire consequences if he persisted Since then the duo had a tiff going on To put the matter to rest Anil hatched a conspiracy to set Vinu on fire while he was asleep However the accused ended up burning the boy alive” Sihor police sub-inspector Shaktisinh Jhala said on Tuesday Police said that Solanki had erected the wooden watchtower in the cotton field to keep night vigil and prevent wild animals from damaging the cotton crop On the night of the incident the nephew of the landlord was also accompanying him “Anil claims that he was not aware of the fact that the boy was accompanying Vinu that night Taking the boy for Vinu he poured petrol on the side of the watchtower where the boy was sleeping set fire to it and ran away Since the boy was covered in quilts and wearing winter jacket he was engulfed in fire which caused serious injuries ultimately leading to his death Vinu who was sleeping on the other side of the watchtower tried to save the boy but he too was injured” Jhala who is investigating the case further said Police said that a rechargeable torch found from near the watchtower led them to Anil “There was a sticker on the torch with the name of the owner The owner turned out to be Anil’s maternal uncle Subsequently we traced Anil and arrested him on Tuesday for the murder of the boy” added the PSI For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: May 16 2013 12:57 am Related News The Uttar Pradesh government on Wednesday moved an application in a local court of Gorakhpurrequesting for permission to withdraw the case lodged against alleged HuJI operative Tariq Qasmi in connection with the serial blasts which took place in Gorakhpur in 2007injuring six persons Government counsel S Pandey said Additional District and Session Judge Bhoo Dev Gautam has fixed May 20 to decide on the application Qasmi is facing charges under the Explosives Act(7) Criminal Law Amendment Actand attempt to murder The chargesheet has been filed against Qasmibut the charges are yet to be framed Qasmi is also facing trial in the cases of serial blasts which took place in the courts in Faizabad and Lucknow on November 232007 The UP polices Special Task Force had arrested Qasmi and another alleged HuJI operative Khalid Mujahid of Jaunpur outside the Barabanki railway station on December 202007 For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 27 2013 2:13 am Related News The students of the Chandigarh College of Architecture designed maps of six walking trails that were released on Wednesday at a function held at the college premises The walking trails had been discovered by Scott SlessorCanadian Consulate GeneralChandigarh after the discovery of the new routes in three yearsScott Slessoran enthusiastic walker himselfworked in collaboration with the students in understanding the local essence of the routes I learned a lot about Chandigarh and the students also learned a lot? only 46 are producing coal or close to doing so, He is turning 14 next week and this is a very important time for him to understand who he is. 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