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and everyone who commits suicide is not necessarily depressed,” Shinde said in an interview in Latur. Related News Actor Lisa Haydon says playing guitar is one of her favourite things to do.Lisa will be playing the role of Shonali in Bindass’ soon to be launched web series – ‘The Trip’ She plays the role of a feisty free-spirited girl who is a musician She was asked to play the ukulele and to shoot a music segment all to be shot in one take itself With her love for music and instruments she took on the challenge to try out a new instrument and practised for two days Also read |Excited to feature in web series ‘The Trip’ says Lisa Haydon Lisa said in a statement: “I’ve really liked playing guitar since I was a kid It’s one of my favourite things to do My character on ‘The Trip’ is a musician and when I was asked to play the ukulele I jumped at the opportunity to try out a new instrument” “The song has an amazing tempo The ukulele is pretty challenging but it was worth learning to play the track on it I kept practising till I got it right and now that I have got the hang of it not going to give up playing it anytime soon” More from the world of Entertainment: ‘The Trip’ is a fun and spirited coming-of-age story of four friends who go on a road trip to Thailand As one of the girls is set to tie the knot the gang plans a road trip as part of the bride’s bachelorette The journey though turns into an emotional roller-coaster that establishes the relationships they share with one another and with their own self Also read |Lisa Haydon marries boyfriend Dino Lalvani see her wedding pics Lisa got married to long time beau Dino Lalvani last month For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | St Petersburg | Published: June 23 2017 1:24 am Mark Milligan penalty on the hour mark ensured a point for Australia (Source: Reuters) Top News Australia fought back to draw 1-1 with Cameroon in the Confederations Cup on Thursday a result that further dents both countries’ hopes of progressing in the eight-team tournament in Russia Andre Franck Zambo Anguissa put Cameroon ahead with the last touch of the first half but a Mark Milligan penalty on the hour mark ensured a first point for both in Group B Australia play Chile in Moscow on Sunday and Cameroon face Germany at the same time in Sochi in their final group games Yet the chances of both the African and Asian champions finishing in the top two and progressing to the semi-finals look slim Germany and Chile who face each other later on Thursday both have three points Australia and Cameroon were meeting for the first time and traded free kicks in the opening 20 minutes but it took until the 37th minute for either to create an opening Australia keeper Matt Ryan was called into action after a smart one-two between Cameroon captain Benjamin Moukandjo and striker Vincent Aboubakar allowed the former to fire at goal The African champions ended the first half with a succession of corners and then opened the scoring with the last kick before the break A long ball out of defence bounced over Aboubakar but Zambo Anguissa’s deft touch steered it past the on-rushing Ryan The Olympique de Marseille midfielder who spurned a call-up to play for Cameroon when they won the African Nations Cup in Gabon at the start of the year missed out on a second in the first 10 minutes of the second half Australia levelled on the hour mark when Ernest Mabouka brought down Alex Gersbach to concede a penalty after Serbian referee Milorad Mazic consulted the Video Assistant Stand-in skipper Milligan stepped up and converted from the spot Mabouka sought to make amends with a strong run down the right in the 65th minute before he teed up Aboubakar right in front of goal but the burly striker lifted the ball over the crossbar Aboubakar then headed over from a similar position with 12 minutes remaining Cameroon coach Hugo Broos said it was unfortunate that striker Aboubakar had an off-day “This is the life of a front player sometimes you score with your eyes closed and sometimes you miss chances you can’t afford to miss” the coach told reporters “Today was a bit unlucky for him… that can happen it’s a pity for us that it happens today The chances were there but we didn’t score and then you don’t win the game” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sandeep A Ashar | Mumbai | Updated: July 22 2017 8:55 am According to senior government sources over 4 lakh illegal structures could still turn legal due to the measure (Representational photo/Files/Aishwarya Maheshwari) Top News The Maharashtra government has unveiled rules for the regularisation of unauthorised constructions in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region and other urban neighbourhoods across the state The rules for the regularisation were formally published on Friday The policy will apply to unauthorised structures constructed in urban belts before December 31 2015 But it has not been extended to unauthorised developments in ecologically sensitive and prohibited areas such as rivers canals tanks blue flood lines defence lands quarries heritage sites dumping grounds mangroves forest lands and buffer zones Illegal structures constructed violating land use norms in non-residential zones also won’t be covered under it According to senior government sources over 4 lakh illegal structures could still turn legal due to the measure Earlier this year Fadnavis had run an election campaign for the local body polls where he had promised regularisation of illegal buildings The move will extend a lifeline to the 20000 residents of Navi Mumbai’s Digha village where the Bombay HC had earlier ordered a demolition drive In Thane Mumbai’s biggest satellite town officials said that over 1 lakh buildings have reportedly committed illegalities while 65000 unauthorised buildings exist in Pimpri-Chinchwad Fadnavis had earlier included redevelopment of illegal buildings as a rehabilitation component in the urban renewal scheme for Thane In Mumbai the commercial capital the move will mainly benefit residents of hundreds of buildings where the builders have built beyond the permissible floor space index limits Sources said that the Campa Cola compound residents may benefit from it too A one-time penalty will be collected from the beneficiaries for the regularisation in the form of compounding fee and infrastructure charges This would be at least three times the payable development charge for the plot in question The development charge is computed on the basis of ready reckoner rates The Bombay High Court had criticised this mass regularisation plan earlier Following the publication of the rules on Friday the government has now directed all the municipalities to invite applications from owners or occupiers of unauthorised structures who are interested in claiming the benefit It has directed them to complete this exercise within the next six months Once an unauthorised structure is ‘compounded’ the government has said that “no further development shall be permissible other than repairs and maintenance” It has further stated “Any redevelopment or reconstruction of the structures shall be permitted only as per development control rules” Earlier in March a Bombay High Court division bench had struck down the government’s policy for regularisation But the Maharashtra legislative assembly adopted a legislation to reintroduce it the following month The court had struck down such an exercise once last year too contending that “drastic regularisation” exercise will force planning authorities to modify the city’s sanctioned development plan Despite the court’s objection the new rules have a regularisation clause for buildings with inadequate set back areas and parking spaces For buildings where there is a violation of permissible built up areas the government has said that additional floor space index or transferable development rights could be utilised for the regularisation The government will levy a premium for the additional FSI Besides regularising lakhs of buildings in one stroke the government is also hoping to fill the state coffers through the exercise After announcing a Rs 34022 crore farm loan waiver scheme last month the government has been exploring options of mobilising more revenue Illegal constructions on lands reserved for public purpose would be regularised if the option of relocation of the reservation was available For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by SUKHBIR SIWACH | Chandigarh | Published: February 24 2017 7:40 am INLD workers and leaders protest at Shambhu Barrier near Ambala Thursday Jasbir Malhi Top News THE FAILED attempt of INLD workers to cross the barricade put up by Punjab police has given enough ammunition to their political opponents to target the Chautalas in Haryana For the past many months INLD leader Abhay Singh Chautala had launched a sustained campaign to declare that they would start digging of the Sutlej-Yamuna Link canal at any cost But the police did not even use water cannons or tear gas to disperse the INLD workers Watch What Else Is Making News The Haryana police kept warning them through loudspeakers that the SC had ordered to maintain status quo on SYL But it was almost part of the police strategy to allow them to go up to the border where they were supposed to stop finally And the Punjab police succeeded in that without much effort Chautala reached the Shambhu border in a cavalcade of tractors with party workers raising slogans like “Devi Lal Amar Rahe” and “Om Prakash Chautala Zindabad” “In the name of pendency of matter in the Supreme Court BJP is hatching conspiracy to ensure that the people of Haryana don’t get SYL canal water” alleged Chautala “After the fight for SYL our next struggle would be for Chandigarh as Haryana’s capital” he added But mocking INLD’s canal digging initiative Naveen Jaihind president of Aam Aadmi Party’s Haryana unit said “It was a drama of Abhay Chautala and its script was written by Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal Chautala has emerged as it’s flop hero” Former Haryana chief parliamentary secretary and Congress leader Ran Singh Mann also called the INLD show a “drama” Anticipating that the INLD workers won’t able to initiate digging of SYL BJP leader Anil Vij had even stated that he would welcome them with garlands if the state gets SYL water with such acts while BJP MLA from Ambala Aseem Goyal even offered the INLD workers dudh-jalebi near the site of their agitation on Thursday “The INLD was not just trying to vitiate the atmosphere in the state but also making a mockery of serious issues” he said Vij further alleged that the INLD was inciting people to undertake digging of the SYL canal so that the Supreme Court’s decision in this regard could not be implemented in a timely manner He said the present state government had made a strong case for construction of the SYL canal in the Supreme Court which paved the way for giving water to the people of Haryana by the apex court’s ruling in favour of the state “The step taken by the INLD was not in the interest of the people of the state and was more likely to harm the state” Vij said He also said that Akali Dal and INLD were colluding against the interests of the people of Haryana to hamper the construction of the canal and that the state government would not allow these parties to succeed in their evil designs and would ensure that the people of Haryana get the water within the ambit of law Haryana Minister of State for Labour and Employment Nayab Singh Saini said INLD was misleading the people of the state on the SYL issue For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsVatican City: In his first public comments on the latest scandal rocking the Vatican Pope Francis told followers in St Peter’s Square on Sunday that the theft of documents describing financial malfeasance inside the Holy See was a "crime" but pledged to continue reforms of its administration The pope said that publishing the documents in two books released last week "was a deplorable act that doesn’t help" The books Merchants in the Temple by Gianluigi Nuzzi and Avarice by Emiliano Fittipaldi detail mismanagement and alleged greed in the Vatican and are seen as part of a bitter internal struggle between reformers and the old guard Pope Francis arrives for an audience with the Italian National Social Security Institute’s workers (INPS) in St Peter’s Square at the Vatican Saturday 7 November 2015 AP "This sad fact will certainly not divert me from the reform work that we are pursuing with my collaborators and with the support of all of you" the pope said to cheers from the crowd Among the disclosures in Merchants in the Temple Nuzzi writes that the cost of sainthood can run up to half a million dollars and tells the tale of a monsignor who allegedly broke down the wall of his neighbor an ailing priest to expand his apartment Fittipaldi meanwhile claimed that a children’s hospital foundation had paid 200000 euros ($215000) toward the renovation of the apartment of the Vatican’s No 2 at the time Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone and that nearly 400000 euros donated by parishioners worldwide to help the poor was funneled to pay for Vatican administration The pope underlined that the leaked documents were the result of the reform course that he began and that measures had already been taken to address problems "with some visible results" Pope Francis has made it a top priority to reform the Vatican bureaucracy known as the Curia a hive of intrigue and gossip He appointed a commission of eight experts in 2013 to gather information and make recommendations after an earlier expose helped drive his predecessor Pope Benedict XVI to a historic resignation Two former members of that commission have been arrested as part of an investigation into the stolen documents Last week the Vatican described the books as "fruit of a grave betrayal of the trust given by the pope and as far as the authors go of an operation to take advantage of a gravely illicit act of handing over confidential documentation" It added that the publication did not help "in any way to establish clarity and truth but rather generate confusion and partial and tendentious conclusions" AP By: PTI | Mumbai | Published: February 6 2017 8:23 pm Online platform has become the go-to medium for aspiring as well as established filmmakers and now even Sooraj Barjatya is willing to make a web series Top News Online platform has become the go-to medium for aspiring as well as established filmmakers and now even Sooraj Barjatya is willing to make a web series “As a company content-maker we are surely going to think about it (web series) as well There has to be an idea and subject Today TV is a platform through which you can reach families TV is for families and we want to continue making shows for a small screen” Barjatya told reporters here at the launch event of his upcoming TV show “Piyaa Albela” The filmmaker says TV is no less when it comes to the business aspect of a show “We all know today it is expensive to go to the cinema to watch films TV is a blessing for us who want to make something for a family audience We should respect this medium Turnover wise television is bigger than film” he said Having ventured into both the worlds – films and television – the “Prem Ratan Dhan Payo” director says both the medium require good stories to attract the audience “There is the same amount of hard work and dedication required to do a TV show and film” he said “Piyaa Albela” is a modern-day interpretation of the classic Vishwamitra-Menaka story and Barjatya says the plot was with Rajshri Productions for eight years “We were working on making the story simplistic and appealing to the audience Today spirituality is part of society Earlier people used to go on mountains to gain spirituality Today we have young people interested in spirituality So we thought to make a love story around spirituality” Barjatya said The show features Marathi actor Akshay Mhatre (Naren) and Sheena Das (Pooja) in the lead The show will premiere on Zee TV on March 6 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: July 29 2017 2:56 am Mashrafe Mortaza is also part of the pool of 29 players (Source: Reuters) Top News Bangladesh bowling coach Courtney Walsh’s has had his first bowling camp However it wasn’t a good beginning as it was marred by rain However the West Indian is looking to do his best and work out the nuances of the game with the national bowlers “We have been trying to fine-tune and correct some of those mistakes to improve in certain areas” he said and added “Progress has been made but unfortunately we have been having some bad weather so not as much progress has been made as I would have liked But we are not wasting the days Whenever we can we are going outdoors We are having meetings inside just discussing cricket and trying to get the cricket brain sharp” Adding that he wants to see more consistency Walsh said “I want to see more control variation and to put more thought into what they are doing They are young and exciting but they have to be a little bit more consistent and keep the pace up Once they get on to the park they have to do it We can’t do it for them I have been telling them that ‘you are in control of your own destiny just go out there and get the job done Try to improve and learn all the time’ If they can achieve the first part – control and consistency – before the competition starts I will be very happy” Commenting on young Mustafizur Rahman he said “He knows what needs to be done as well I have to give him credit because he is eager to get out there and practice perfectly He wants to be the best there is and he is a special talent This weather has frustrated him as well because we were making progress He has what it takes to correct what’s happening and I am sure he will come out better” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News “Diana is a talented and versatile actress." 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