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t be long before the fish finds takers, said Verma Apart from Continental dishesthe festival also offers Himachali dishes as well as North Indian delicacies such as fish tikka The latterwhich we sampledwas spicy and worth a bite The festivalfree to the publicwill also highlight different trout recipes and the status of fisheries in the state For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Sepang (malaysia) | Updated: October 2 2016 10:18 pm Lewis Hamilton asked why despite the number of engines made for drivers (AP Photo) Top News A furious Lewis Hamilton demanded answers from his Mercedes team after an engine failure cost him victory in Sunday’s Malaysian Grand Prix and severely dented his chances of winning this year’s Formula One drivers’ championship Hamilton was leading with 16 of 56 laps remaining at the Sepang International Circuit when his engine blew in spectacular style with flames shooting from the rear of the car It handed the race lead to Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo who went on to take his first race victory since the 2014 Belgian Grand Prix leading a one-two finish with his teenage teammate Max Verstappen More painfully it gave Hamilton’s Mercedes teammate and title rival Nico Rosberg – who finished an impressive third – a 23-point lead in the championship Rosberg had to fight back from 21st place after lap one when he was the innocent party in a collision with Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel With five races left in the season it will be difficult for Hamilton to make up the deficit to the ultra-consistent Rosberg in the championship fight The frustrated Briton felt victimized by circumstances and he hinted at perhaps more than that “My question is to Mercedes” Hamilton said “We have so many engines made for drivers but mine are the only ones failing this year Someone needs to give me some answers because this is not acceptable We are fighting for the championship and only my engines are failing It does not sit right with me Someone doesn’t want me to win this year but I won’t give up I will keep pushing” Mercedes technical head Paddy Lowe was quick to defend the team “This can be a very harsh sport but no failure is planned” Lowe told television reporters “But for some reason which is completely unrelated to any intention or any individual performance a number of things have gone on in Lewis’s car this year” Hamilton later said he was referring to the “higher power” in his rant and reaffirmed his confidence in his team Red Bull and Ricciardo took a lucky victory given the circumstances that afflicted the Mercedes pair but were in the right place to capitalize and make up for the win the Australian felt robbed of in Monaco when a team pit-stop misunderstanding cost him victory “Told you I’d win one Sometimes you just need things to swing your way” said Ricciardo whose tears during the Australian anthem played after the race mixed freely with the copious sweat generated in the tropical conditions which generated track temperatures that consistently topped 50 degrees (122 F) “It’s been an interesting I would say two years since my last victory and it feels awesome for sure I am so grateful for it” he said Ricciardo delighted many fans and disgusted quite a few others by celebrating victory with his newly adopted tradition of pouring the celebratory champagne into his sweaty race shoe and then drinking it _ something he calls the `Shoey’ Not only that he also convinced team principal Christian Horner plus Verstappen and Rosberg to also drink from the unconventional vessel Asked to comment on the flavor Ricciardo said it had a fruity taste but Rosberg deadpanned: “I hope he does not win any more races this year” Rosberg held onto third place despite incurring a ten-second penalty for an aggressive passing move on Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen on lap 38 Raikkonen finished fourth extending Ferrari’s winless streak this season Williams driver Valtteri Bottas made a one-pit stop strategy work to take fifth place as did Renault’s Jolyon Palmer who finished tenth for his first ever points finish in F1 Force India’s Sergio Perez and Nico Hulkenberg took sixth and eighth places respectively separated by McLaren’s Fernando Alonso who did well to finish seventh after starting the race from last on the grid Alonso’s teammate Jenson Button was ninth in his 300th grand prix start For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: May 19 2017 3:20 pm Lasith Malinga has failed to replicate his brilliant form from previous seasons in this years IPL Related News Former Sri Lanka opener Sanath Jayasuriya has claimed that Lasith Malinga will be back in form quite soon “Being out of form is part of cricket I’ve never seen a cricketer who has always been in form in my 17-18 years of cricket Malinga might go through a little lean patch but he is a strong enough player to come back and bowl good spells He might win the match for Mumbai Indians in tomorrow’s (Friday) game or the final if they make it” Jayasuriya said on Thursday Praising fellow Sri Lankan Mahela Jayawardene Jayasuriya said“He has done a great job Coaching for the first time even though he has played enough cricket it’s a different role You’re associating yourself with people from so many other countries: the bowling coach fielding coach specialised batting coach so many coaches are involved in one team So to manage them as well as individual cricketers it’s not easy Mahela has done a great job of doing that It was a good test for him” he said “It’ll be a challenge to adjust to the format Players have been playing a lot of T20 cricket and you’re in a different mood Also the conditions will be totally different But the player has played enough international cricket to adjust It is up to individual players to figure out a way” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Rohit Alok | Mumbai | Published: July 20 2016 1:35 am Top News Three persons were killed after an SUV rammed into a taxi on Eastern Freeway Tuesday police said The accident took place around 9 am when the speeding north-bound Innova on the Eastern Freeway jumped the divider and fell on the black-and-yellow taxi going to Cuffe Parade The victims were identified as cabbie Nandlal Jaiswal occupant Vijay Kelkar who was a resident of Thane and Innova driver Abdul Hamid Mehmood Sidhwa (48) the police said “The incident took place around 9 am near Jijamata Nagar on the freeway It took us three hours to clear the debris Vehicular movement on the freeway was affected” said Tukaram Thorat Senior Police Inspector Trombay traffic police Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news Investigators said Sidhwa’s vehicle was probably speeding at more than 100 km/h When it hit the divider at that speed it was flung several feet in the air before it crashed on to the taxi A crane had to be called to move the cars and fire brigade personnel then extracted the bodies from the mangled heap of metal Sidhwa’s car turned turtle after the crash and he was crushed to death in his seat Jaiswal’s body was dismembered while Kelkar who sat directly behind the driver also suffered serious impact injuries officials said The victims were rushed to Sion Hospital where they were declared dead Two other vehicles a Maruti Dzire and a Ford Ecosport were damaged in the collision Mahesh Kukrekar (37) and Ajay Jadhav (33) were reported to have sustained minor injuries By Tuesday afternoon a case of culpable homicide was registered with RCF police station against Sidhwa “We have not yet recorded the statements of the family the taxi driver who also lived in Thane dropped Kelkar to work at his office at World Trade Centre almost every morning” said Dilip Raut Senior Police Inspector RCF police station Preliminary probe revealed that Sidhwa who lived in Mazagaon was on his way to Thane for a meeting [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsMumbai | Published: July 26 2016 1:51 am Top News The Azad Maidan police arrested a BMC executive engineer KH Yeerme late Monday night a week after he was suspended along with five other engineers from the roads department of the civic body Yeerme was given a showcause notice and later suspended over collecting fines from the contractors named in the Rs 352-crore road scam “We have made the arrest but further investigations will now be carried out” confirmed a senior police officer from Azad Maidan police station He did not comment on whether more arrests are expected soon Until now police have arrested 25 others in the road scam case Following an inquiry into 34 roads the BMC had registered an FIR with police which set up a Special Investigation Team probe the multi-crore scam The BMC has also suspended another executive engineer VV Achrekar who also worked from western suburbs along with Yeerme Departmental inquiry meanwhile is underway against four other engineers attached with Roads department of BMC Earlier this month the police had written to BMC seeking clarification on whether the penalties can be collected after registering an FIR In BMC’s probe all six engineers were found at fault for collecting fines from contractors after the FIR In the FIR BMC has listed six contractors — RPS Infraprojects KR Construction Jay Kumar Relcon Infraprojects RK Madhani and Mahavir Infrastructure [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsVenezuela: The European Union is discussing a "whole range of actions" against Venezuela over its political crisis but is likely to stop short of sanctions officials and sources said Wednesday Spain and the head of the European Parliament have both pressed for sanctions following a controversial election that critics say is a bid by Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro to stay in power and the arrest of two opposition leaders Representational image AP The United States earlier this week hit Maduro with sanctions and diplomats from the 28 EU nations were meeting with EU diplomatic chief Federica Mogherini in Brussels on Wednesday to discuss the bloc’s course of action "Consultations with member states are ongoing to ensure an appropriate and coordinated response by the EU Obviously the whole range of actions are discussed" said Catherine Ray Mogherini’s spokeswoman when asked if sanctions were on the table "But our priority is the urgent relief of the Venezuelan people and de-escalation of the tensions We promote a political solution to the crisis and we are ready to further support ongoing regional mediation efforts" Ray told a daily briefing There was opposition from some EU states to any kind of sanctions which would scupper them as sanctions must be approved unanimously diplomatic sources said ‘World sanctions regime’ The 28 EU countries are now working on a common declaration that is expected to be published later Wednesday "The declaration is supposed to mention ‘other measures’ But no talk so far on sanctions" a European source told AFP on condition of anonymity The EU has previously warned that it has "grave doubts" about recognising an election for a constituent assembly that would hand Maduro more powers and condemned the arrest of high-profile opposition figures Leopoldo Lopez and Antonio Ledezma Spanish foreign minister Alfonso Dastis said on Tuesday that he had contacted Mogherini to "kickstart a process to adopt additional restrictive measures" such as travel bans to target those responsible for the crisis in Venezuela Madrid was against taking wider economic "sanctions that could affect people" in Venezuela European Parliament chief Antonio Tajani has also pushed the bloc to go further writing on Tuesday to European Council head Donald Tusk and European Commission boss Jean-Claude Juncker to ask them to consider sanctions against Maduro and his circle British junior foreign minister Alan Duncan appeared to play down the likelihood of EU sanctions Duncan said there "may come a point where we will become part of a world sanctions regime for instance if the United Nations were to impose one then we would" | Mumbai | Published: January 10 2017 4:42 am Top News The state Monday launched WiFi services connecting 500 hotspots across Mumbai under the smart city project By May 1 next year the government will extend the free WiFi services across 1200 hotspots Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis wished Mumbaikars happy browsing He appealed to people to use the services for public welfareThe list of hotspots include prominent tourist places such as Gateway of India Churchgate Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Prabha Devi Shivaji Park Tarapore Aquarium Bombay Stock Market among various places across Eastern Western and Harbour railways For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | London | Published: February 15 2016 7:22 am Director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu left actor Leonardo Di Caprio right with the Best Film and Best Actor award for the film ‘The Revenant’ presented by actor Tom Cruise centre backstage at the BAFTA 2016 film awards at the Royal Opera House in London Sunday Feb 14 2016 (Photo by Joel Ryan/Invision/AP) Related News The UK film industry showered Valentine’s Day love on “The Revenant” Sunday awarding the endurance epic five prizes including best picture and best actor at the British Academy Film Awards Leonardo DiCaprio cemented his Oscar-favorite status by taking the best-actor trophy for playing a bear-battling fur trapper in a brutally wild American West Alejandro G Inarritu was named best director for what he called a “human and tender story” and “The Revenant” also won prizes for cinematography and sound DiCaprio who has been nominated three times before at the British awards without winning said in his acceptance speech that he was “absolutely humbled” to beat “The Martian” star Matt Damon “Trumbo”’s Bryan Cranston Michael Fassbender for “Steve Jobs” and Eddie Redmayne for “The Danish Girl” He cited the influence on his work of British actors including Tom Courtney Peter O’Toole Daniel Day Lewis and his “Revenant” co-star Tom Hardy and sent thanks and greetings to his mother whose birthday fell on Sunday The British awards known as BAFTAs are considered a portent of success at Hollywood’s Feb 28 Academy Awards “The Revenant” has earned DiCaprio his sixth Oscar nomination — and many believe his best shot at finally winning DiCaprio said it was out of his hands but expressed pride in what he called “not just a film but an epic journey we all went on” “We put our heart and soul into this movie … It’s up to the world now and voters to decide” he said at a post-ceremony news conference The best-actress trophy went to Brie Larson as a mother trying to shield her son from a terrible reality in “Room” She won out over Alicia Vikander for “The Danish Girl” Cate Blanchett for “Carol” Maggie Smith for “The Lady in the Van” and Saoirse Ronan for “Brooklyn” Supporting performer prizes went to Mark Rylance a soft-spoken Soviet agent in “Bridge of Spies” and Kate Winslet an Apple executive in “Steve Jobs” Winslet dedicated the prize to “all those young women who doubt themselves” recalling that she once had been told to go for “the fat-girl parts” “Look at me now” Winslet said “The Revenant” beat several hotly tipped awards contenders including Steven Spielberg’s Cold War thriller “Bridge of Spies” and Todd Haynes’ lesbian romance “Carol” Each had nine BAFTA nominations but “Bridge of Spies” won only for Rylance’s performance while “Carol” was shut out Irish emigrant saga “Brooklyn” was named best British film a distinct category while the documentary prize went to “Amy” a powerful portrait of the rise and fall of singer Amy Winehouse George Miller’s dystopian thrill ride “Mad Max: Fury Road” took four prizes: editing production design costume design and hair and makeup Two leading Oscar contenders also won awards: “Spotlight” the drama about newspaper reporters investigating sex abuses in the Catholic Church for original screenplay and financial-crisis dramedy “The Big Short” for adapted screenplay On a crisp cool London winter evening hundreds of fans gathered to watch the stars arrive at the Royal Opera House Among the arrivals were nominees DiCaprio Mark Ruffalo Fassbender Blanchett Spielberg Winslet and “Star Wars” action hero John Boyega Inside the plush auditorium actor-comedian Stephen Fry hosted a ceremony that included a Valentine’s-themed kiss-cam stunt which saw seatmates including DiCaprio and Maggie Smith smooch onscreen Boyega won the Rising Star award — decided by public vote — and dedicated it to “all the young dreamers who are hard-working who are determined and who quite frankly are amazing” ”Star Wars: The Force Awakens” won the BAFTA for visual effects The black comedy anthology “Wild Tales” written and directed by Argentine Damian Szifron won for non-English language film Famed Italian film composer Ennio Morricone 87 received the music award for his score to Quentin Tarantino’s “The Hateful Eight” The movie awards season has been dominated by debate about why the film industry remains dominated by white men All the acting nominees for the Oscars both this year and last have been white The BAFTAs are slightly more diverse with two black actors nominated — Boyega and Idris Elba a supporting-actor contender for “Beasts of No Nation” Pioneering black American actor Sidney Poitier — the first black best-actor Oscar winner in 1963 — received a lifetime achievement award the BAFTA fellowship A group called Creatives of Colour Network organized a protest beside the red carpet against a lack of racial diversity in show business Demonstrators rallied under the hashtag #baftablackout and distributed leaflets declaring the awards “male pale and stale” The head of the British film academy said she supported the protesters’ aims “Our industry isn’t diverse enough so the pool of people to draw award winners from isn’t diverse enough” chief executive Amanda Berry told the Daily Telegraph newspaper Like Hollywood’s Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences the British film academy says it will work to make sure its 6500 voting members become a more diverse group On the red carpet Boyega said he was glad the issue was being aired “I just think a larger conversation is being had and I think that’s a very very positive thing” he said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy the time Manish came out, Police said the assailant, For all the latest Pune News,000 students a year.they added. download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: January 10, Once that happens, Power distribution companies in the city are gearing up for Earth Hour on Saturday and have sent text 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more intelligent and strategic in marshalling its depleted resources in Parliament — to make itself heard and to hold the government to account.