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For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | Puducherry | Published: February 25 2013 9:13 pm Related News As Ang Lee’s ‘Life of Pi’ bagged four Oscarsthe Puducherry Government today announced plans to develop as tourist destinations all the 18 locations where the India-set drama was shot in this former French colony The Department of Tourism has drawn up plans to develop all the 18 locations associated with ‘Life of Pi’which bagged Oscar awards in the categories of best directionbest original scorebest cinematography and best visual effects at the 85th Academy Awards “The news of the Ang Lee’s ‘Life of Pi’ bagging a big number of awards is most thrilling and exciting” Director of Puducherry Tourism Dr A S Sivakumar told PTI here He noted that a good chunk of the movie3D survival tale of an shipwrecked Indian boy lost in the ocean with a Bengal tigerwas shot in Puducherry and in Munnar in Kerala Sivakumar said the movie shot between 2009 and 2010 in Puducherry associated the venues like the more than century old government botanical gardenthe beach roada few places of worship of different hues and also the residential zones of the Tamil and French population in the union territory He said the government had drawn up plans to promote the locations where the movie’s big chunk had been shot in Puducherry “Tourist potential of the locations had been brought to focus…We will make use of the Rs 120 crore grant the Centre had finalised for tourism promotion project to develop these locations in view of their rise to prominence” he said Sivakumar said that a team of Puducherry Government officials had held discussions with the top brass in the Union Ministry of Tourism some months ago and a road show had also been scheduled to be held in Hong KongTaiwan and a few other countries in the South Asian block “We will be able to showcase Puducherry abroad through this film and this would enable us to bring more tourists from China and other pockets to the southern parts of India and more specifically to Puducherry as the tourists normally visit the Buddhist circuits in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar” he said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: The issue with China and the growing unrest in Kashmir will be raised in the Parliament session beginning next week by opposition parties who were on Fridaybriefed by the government about the situation on both the fronts Emerging from the meeting Congress leaders Ghulam Nabi Azad and Anand Sharma told reporters that their party has raised some doubts before the government but made it clear that "nation is first – be it China or Kashmir" "There is too much of tension and that should be lowered through diplomacy We will also raise the issue in Parliament" both the leaders said Sharma said that the Congress made its view clear that national security was the priority and advised the government to rise above politics and tackle the situation diplomatically Representational image AP Trinamool Congress leader Derek O’Brien said that his party raised "some serious questions" and claimed that the government had no answer to his question on preparedness for such incidents The opposition leaders were briefed by home minister Rajnath Singh external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj defence minister Arun Jaitley and top officials including National Security Advisor Ajit Doval ahead of the Parliament session beginning on Monday The opposition leaders were told about the prevailing situation along the India-Chinaborder in Jammu and Kashmir and the government’s action Others who attended the meeting — considered an effort to build consensus on dealings with India’s biggest neighbour and on Kashmir — included Mallikarjun Kharge (Congress) Sitaram Yechury (CPM) Mulayam Singh Yadav (Samajwadi Party) Ram Vilas Paswan (LJP) Tariq Anwar (NCP) and Sharad Yadav and KC Tyagi (JD-U) New Delhi has expressed concern over China trying to change the status quo at the India-Bhutan-Tibet tri-junction in DokaLa area of Sikkim China and India have been engaged in the standoff in the area for the past three weeks after a Chinese army’s construction party attempted to build a road Doka La is the Indian name for the region which Bhutan recognises as Dokalam while China claims it as part of its Donglang region CPM General Secretary Yechury said that the government conveyed to the participants about the efforts being carried out to resolve the dispute Union minister Paswan said the external affairs minister and foreign secretary gave a detailed information on border issue especially in DokaLa "Everybody promised support to the government" he said On Jammu and Kashmir government’s chief spokesman Frank Noronha said the basic purpose of the meeting was to apprise the MPs from different parties of the situation following the attack on Amarnath yatris on 10 July The MPs were informed that 22 lakh pilgrims had visited the cave shrine in2016 and this year 186 lakh pilgrims have already visited till Friday The yatra will continue till 7 August Seven pilgrims were killed by militants in Anantnag district while returning from the Amarnath cave shrine on Monday Four districts of the state — Pulwama Kulgam Shopian and Anantnag — are on the boil since the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani in an encounter with security forces on 8 July 2016 Opposition leaders have been criticising the government for the way it has handled China and Kashmir Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi has questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s "silence" on China On Wednesday he accused Modi of pursuing policies that created space for terrorists in Kashmir He also alleged that the prime minister’s pursuit of short-term political gains through the BJP-PDP alliance in the state has cost the country dear and resulted in innocent lives being lost Another false dawn Or maybe the first glimmerings of a genuine West Indies Test cricket revival Jason Holder’s team’s victory in the third and final Test in UAE versus Pakistan is at the very least a demonstration of what they are capable of The Caribbean’s decline and fall into mediocrity and ignominy since their dethroning by Australia in 1995 as the undisputed champions of the world has been gruesome to watch – and for the cricket lovers of the island region unbearable and heart-breaking As the downward slide continued as the plummet from the pinnacle became more pronounced until nearly the depths themselves were plumbed hope dwindled to almost complete eradication Thousands of supporters have given up on West Indies in the most prestigious form of the game; some have turned their backs for good This result this upset against all expectations will swivel a few backs raise many a smile and lift both heads and hearts With the consolation win at Sharjah West Indies recorded their first Test win since May 2015 AFP Have they turned the corner Is there a light at the end of the tunnel I can guarantee that this will be the cliched question in all the major cricket talk shows in the territory in the coming week In Barbados Trinidad Jamaica Guyana and throughout all the islands sports hosts will be asking pundits and former players if West Indies has at last reached a pivotal point The general response will be one of cautious optimism but with an awareness that this is at best a first step on a very long and rocky road to recovery This beam of light this victorious ray of sunshine could not have burst through the clouds at a more welcome time: West Indies have been wracked with interminable internal internecine intrigues and arguments of one sort or another for decades – and barely a week goes by without the latest protest airing of grievance or voice of disharmony from either the senior generation of better-paid West Indies players or from within the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) itself This win could not have been opportune In a week in which Bangladesh defeated England in a Test for the first time the West Indies —for so long looking forlornly at those above them in the ICC Test rankings — must be peering fearfully over their shoulder at those below them Being overtaken by Bangladesh always thought of as impossibility is now a genuine reality West Indies cricket has not been blind to the collapse of its once-powerful cricketing empire – and the WICB has attempted to rebuild the crumbled edifice slowly from the ruined foundations upwards with a view to the future But in doing so it is effectively paying for the redevelopment by taking great bundles of cash from the earnings of the established and illustrious internationally-renowned players of the older generation It is little wonder maybe that household names like Chris Gayle Dwayne Bravo Kieron Pollard Sunil Narine etc have made themselves unavailable to represent the region in the less profitable five-day format Cricketers are not a charity and altruism is not a requisite of any sportsman Regrettably this has left the West Indies team without many of those guys who have a star-billing The general perception is that that makes the West Indies Test team weaker That may have been so two or three years back but I doubt that a handful of players who have gorged on T20 cricket and barely played a first-class match between them in half a decade would be automatically able to ‘turn back the clock’ and deliver performances of both Test standardand character To dwell on those fallen but not-forgotten heroes is to miss the point What’s done is done and it’d be better for all to move on The past is another country but the present and future needs to be about the West Indies Thus it is of far more importance on the day of this famous victory to note those current players who have reportedly declined the latest retainer contract from the board: Marlon Samuels Darren Bravo and Carlos Brathwaite Samuels is no loss – despite his heroics in this year’s World T20 tournament his card has been marked in Tests for some time His performances have been poor and there is a body of opinion in the Caribbean that if a player is continually failing they’d prefer him to be a youngster who may learn and develop rather than an older man whose powers are terminally in decline This was the basic reasoning for the jettisoning of the great Shiv Chanderpaul last year who’d endured 12 months of low scores His replacement may not have been a better player – but he did have youth on his side The real concerns are the probable losses of Bravo and Brathwaite Carlos’s dynamics in the World T20 final have made him a big draw at the box-office — and probably even more people now remember his name and then remember Ian Bishop’s original quote But the fact is Carlos has not made an impact in Test cricket so to allow him the freedom to pursue the riches of T20 cricket leagues is fair enough He may not be a great loss to the Windies Test team; he’ll be more missed by his island’s (Barbados) four-day team if he is constantly away biffing boundaries in the Big Bash IPL and elsewhere Hopefully common sense will prevail and individual dispensation will be made so that he can remain an integral part of the West Indies ODI team but for that he must (under current WICB rules) appear in the Caribbean’s domestic 50-over competition in the New Year – which usually clashes with the Big Bash If so it may be that Carlos the recently-appointed West Indies T20 captain will be the latest player from the region to focus almost exclusively on the skills – and financial rewards – of the shortest format The potential loss of the younger Bravo will have the biggest impact on the Test side A major talent who has never fulfilled the expectations of some for him to attain greatness he is nonetheless a key player in the West Indies XI For a batsman of his gifts he has undeniably underachieved And yet his occasional brilliance is not something they can afford to do without But one does wonder what else young Darren will be doing if he is not furthering his Test career He is a capable but not devastating T20 batsman – and he may not be high on many franchise team’s wants list Or maybe he is considering a move in the other direction – dedicating himself to the grind of English county cricket We shall see Wherever he goes whatever he does if he is largely unavailable for the West Indies Test team then he is a profound loss and the latest casualty of the WICB’s mismanagement of this transitional phase in its restructuring Boardpresident Dave Cameron recently said people in the future will look back on this period and see that how they went about things was right He may be proved correct But right now what most observers focus upon is the continuing bitterness and disharmony between the outgoing generation of players and the WICB The future does not take care of itself Previous generations of administrators in the Caribbean’s great days assumed it would – and look at the outcome Cameron has not made that mistake – but many ask if the price he is paying in ostracizing and abandoning the current generation of good cricketers is worth it He and his supporters will leap on this Test victory as evidence that it is The emerging crop of players like Kraigg Brathwaite Jason Holder Roston Chase Shane Dowrich alongside decent performers like the lion-hearted Shannon Gabriel and the canny Devendra Bishoo give them hope that the curve will continue to be upwards Many of those players have emerged from the new professional structure the four-day regional tournament which will soon turn three years old —and will confirm that they owe much of their improvement and development to the newly professionalized domestic Caribbean first-class competition A tournament which has doubled in length and its number of fixtures has allowed twice as much ‘proper’ cricket to be played and allowed more room and opportunity for the next generation to learn their craft This restructuring was largely paid for controversially from money reallocated by reducing the payments to the established international players In a cash-strapped region this provided the funding that has allowed emerging talents like Roston Chase and Alzarri Joseph to be full-time cricketers It was also the root cause of the West Indies ODI team’s strike in India in 2014 The fall-out and rancour from that event and the continuing pay dispute rumbles on The outside world is bewildered how the WICB can apparently deliberately reject the likes of the coach the captain and many players of the victorious World T20 campaign of a mere few months ago The Board has concluded that rather than argue with them they’d rather just get rid of them —but that insults and undervalues that group’s World Cup triumph Insiders would respond that if not the greater nor more acclaimed yet more significant successes in 2016 were those achieved by the Windies Women’s team in their World T20 tournament; and by the U-19s in their age-group 50-over World Cup Equally important have been the victories and experiences gained these last few weeks by the Windies ‘A’ team in Sri Lanka – where they narrowly lost the 3-Test series 2-1 and swept the ODIs 3-0 This is where the genuine focus and progress of West Indian cricket is being identified But in all this talk of the past and the future us West Indies supporters must not neglect the present: a win is a win and this one in an away Test match over Pakistan was a glorious one We should savour it; we should bask in its glow and delight in its warmth We must acclaim the heroes and salute the derring deeds of the match-winners: Kraigg Brathwaite with an undefeated 202 runs across two innings spanning a monumental ten and a half hours without dismissal; captain Jason Holder for decisive bowling figures of 5-30 from 173 overs at a time when many believed he was incapable of being a strike bowler; Devendra Bishoo with seven wickets in the match (and eighteen in the series) that prove he is a high-class Test leg-spinner; and Shane Dowrich who kept wicket tidily but more importanlyt twice provided Brathwaite with invaluable support in the middle-order when Windies were tottering – and was there with him to lead the boys home and to victory on the final morning These players – indeed all the members of the squad – have the ability the skill and the talent to win more often What they lack is self-belief confidence concentration – and sometimes motivation These are all factors they and the management team need to be working upon If they can get these things right then these guys can win again And again I doubt there’s anybody in the cricketing world who would begrudge them that and doesn’t long to see it happen Cristiano Ronaldo added the finishing touches as Real Madrid were crowned kings of Europe for an 11th time with a 5-3 penalties victory over Atletico Madrid after a 1-1 draw in the Champions League final on Saturday Two years after reviving Real’s bid for a 10th title captain Sergio Ramos struck the opener after just 15 minutes at a packed San Siro But the match was pushed into extra time when Belgian Yannick Carrasco came off the bench to level on 79 minutes Cristiano Ronaldo takes off his shirt in celebration after scoring the winning penalty in the shoot out Getty After two scoreless periods of extra time the match went to penalties And when defender Juanfran’s effort blasted off the bottom of Keylor Navas’s upright it gave Real the advantage Ronaldo stepped up and made no mistake securing the trophy for the second time in three years to leave a dejected Atletico with the crumbs again after an agonising defeat Real inaugural winners of the competition in 1956 claimed their 10th title two years ago in Lisbon when a late Ramos leveller pushed the match into extra-time Atletico coach Diego Simeone had pledged his side two-time Europa League winners in 2010 and 2012 would end their wait to finally win Europe’s premier competition But it took only six minutes for Real to start knocking on the door Gareth Bale won a free-kick on the edge of the area and although Benzema got a touch to the Welshman’s delivery goalkeeper Jan Oblak produced a great point-blank save It was an early warning but the threat was real When Atletico gave away a free-kick on the left it was far enough not to warrant immediate anxiety But when Toni Kroos’s well-struck delivery was back-headed by Bale it fell dangerously close to the goal line where Ramos appeared to get the slightest of touches before the ball squirmed under Oblak for the opener It took a shell-shocked Atletico some time to recover and when the opportunities did arise they were rarely on target Juanfran blasted a half-volley over and although Koke’s cheeky through ball for Fernando Torres was inviting it was snuffed out by central defender Pepe Worse Atletico were giving possession away cheaply and almost paid the price on the half-hour when Casemiro intercepted to set up Benzema who forced a fine one-handed parry from Oblak to stop his cross Before half-time Atletico were restriced to an Antoine Griezmann shot that fizzed wide of the upright but they were handed a lifeline seconds after the restart when Pepe barged into Torres from behind English referee Mark Clattenburg had no hesitation pointing to the spot but Griezmann with seven goals in the competition this season smashed his effort off the underside of the crossbar After Bale skewed an effort wide Atletico got back on their feet to see Saul Niguez turn on Carrasco’s cross and send a half-volley wide of the post It prompted Simeone into some frantic arm-waving but instad fans were left breathing huge sighs of relief as Real piled on the pressure Luka Modric sent Benzema clear but he found the chest of onrushing Oblak with the goal at his mercy Modric was involved again when Ronaldo shot straight at the keeper from 25 yards and Atletico survived a huge scare when Oblak stopped Ronaldo’s effort then had Stefan Savic to thank for clearing Bale’s follow-up off the line The match was turned on its head moments later when Belgian Carrasco muscled his way through Real’s central defence to smash Juanfran’s perfectly-weighted cross past Navas and send the red half of the stadium wild But in the end penalty misses from Juanfran and Griezmann left Atletico coming up short Written by Express News Service | Ahmedabad/surat | Published: October 10 2013 4:56 am Related News A team of Ahmedabad police left for Jodhpur in Rajasthan on Wednesday to take custody of Asaram in connection with rape allegations levelled against the self-styled godman and his son Narayan Sai by two sisters from Surat The Ahmedabad police have procured transfer warrant of Asaram from Gandhinagar district court Ahmedabads Joint Commissioner of Police (Sector-I) J K Bhatt said? “They have also asked to remove the word ‘Arjun’,” said Parolo, Pankaja defeated Dhananjay from Parli assembly 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