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30 crore) at stake here in both sections. is “keen to do a content driven film”.“I had seen Afzal’s debut film ‘Youngistaan’ and I’m sure that he is capable of making a good film I auditioned for the role and fortunately it landed in my kitty” she said Talking about her role in the film Pia said: “I’m playing a girl from Saharanpur My character is very innocent yet strong in its own way You will see me in a non-glamorous avatar without any make-up” Asked if there is any particular actor or filmmaker she is keen to work with Pia added: “I’m very much greedy I want to work with everyone Plus I would look at the entire package – a good script a good filmmaker and of course the content I would go for a good team rather than a particular name” “Yeh Laal Rang” is currently in production Randeep who turned 39 on Thursday celebrated his birthday along with his grandmother on the set For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Andrew Amsan | New Delhi | Updated: February 6 2017 6:18 pm Jeppiar players in a match in Delhi Top News Praveena and most of her teammates had to wait far too long to savour even the little joys of life Like going to the cinema Or chomping into a burger The 22-year-old didn’t even know how it looked like until she was in the 11th grade Twelve members of Jeppiaar FC plying in the Indian’s Women’s League were raised in a government-run children’s home in Cuddalore a coastal district in Tamil Nadu Most of these girls have a single parent who were forced to enroll them in the home due to financial constrains Growing up they were confined to the four walls of the home “We were packed into a van and sent to school and later brought back to the hostel We hadn’t seen the outside world at all” Sumithra Kamraj the skipper recalls The home subscribed to a few local newspapers which the children didn’t have access Once a week they watched the television A movie mostly They eagerly awaited that day These girls then would have hardly envisaged that they would one day rub shoulders with the best footballing talent in the country When they were hardly assured of daily needs such as clothing and food playing in the national football league hardly ever crept into their consciousness The food was strictly rationed and asking for an extra serving was futile No matter how hungry you were all we got for dinner was two idlies” says Prathibha who was one of the scorers in their first league-win What they really longed for was love Every Sunday they would allow parents and guardians Those who had one were considered lucky “We would go out in the waiting area hoping someone would turn up but went back disappointed on most occasions We would stand there and watch other children interact with their guardians That was one of the toughest moments we have had to endure” Praveena recalls She had lost her father when she was only five and her mother and elder sister have moved to her maternal grandfather’s house She visits them only twice a year: Pongal and Deepavali But hope arrived in the form of Mariappan a government school physical education teacher He used to teach football to the boys of the home Intrigued by their training sessions one fine day a few girls walked up to him and asked if he could teach them too Hesitant initially the retired school headmaster obliged after seeing their interest “To be frank we were never interested in the sport We saw that the boys got to go out of the home for various tournaments and thought it is one way of getting an opportunity to see the world Of course now we love the sport too” Sumithra says Sumithra and her teammates’ desire to see the “outside world” started getting fulfilled as they started to take part in several tournaments both in the state and out They won cash-rich tournaments like CM’s Cup four times Players of the winning-team get Rs 100000 each All the girls upon Mariappan’s guidance opened fixed deposits The girls not only excelled in sports but also studies too “That was one of my conditions before taking them onboard” Mariappan says After school the girls had to move out of the home Most of the girls enrolled in St Joseph’s College in Cuddalore where the management headed by Fr Ratchagar allowed them to study free of cost Pratibha who is doing her Mphil in Physics wants to pursue research Praveena also doing her Mphil wants to find a decent job and help children like her to come up in life Every girl in the team has a heart-wrenching backstory Football didn’t change things overnight Praveen says the staff at the home were not pleased with the idea of “girls going out and playing” “We would just return from practice and they would ask us to clean the utensils or sweep the floor Many times our jerseys were found in dustbins ” From last year onwards the players have been representing Jeppiaar FC managed by an institute-appointed coach in various tournaments and have qualified for the country’s first women’s league Close brush with death They also had a close brush with Tsunami They were supposed to practice at the local beach in Manjikuppam the morning of that fateful day But a miraculous last-minute change of plan averted a massive disaster “We had never heard the word Tsunami We were being told the sea is foaming We were on the way to the beach but we met sir who told us to practice at the local stadium instead as he was busy” Pratibha said The girls have developed a strong bond while helping each other to through many tumultuous years They have rented a house near their college go out for movies and cook their favorite dishes In Delhi they went shopping at Sarojini Nagar “My mother doesn’t even know we are here All they know is that we are safe and doing well” says Praveena For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: September 10 2015 3:28 am Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia launches the Delhi government’s education loan scheme for students (Express Photo by Prem Nath Pandey) Related News The Delhi government on Wednesday rolled out its Higher Education Credit Guarantee Scheme by handing over cheques and loan sanction letters to 30 students Announced in June the scheme was launched two days before the Delhi University Students Union elections are scheduled to be held on September 11 As per the provisions of the scheme the government will stand guarantee for education loans up to Rs 10 lakh for students who have completed their Class XII from Delhi The student will get a one-year moratorium after the completion of his or her degree or diploma course and can then repay the loan through EMIs over 15 years The scheme — which entails loans on interest rates of base rate plus 2 per cent — will cover books tuition and other fees hostel and boarding charges as well Share This Article Related Article “Many students who want to study have to thwart their dreams because they cannot get education loans or their families don’t have property to mortgage for a loan But the government is now stepping up to say that those who have no help have the government to turn to” said Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia Sisodia who is in charge of the education ministry had announced the government’s proposal to introduce the scheme on June 5 Monetary shortcomings should not prevent a student from pursuing higher education said the minister adding that with the help of the loan students will be able to fulfill their dreams carry out research and get good jobs “In the future the start-up companies they float and innovation centres they set up will bring more students forward who will avail loans and study under the scheme” said Sisodia The scheme however does not cover students who have completed their class XII education outside Delhi “I am at a disadvantage because I studied in Bangalore and moved to Delhi after Class XII Students like me who don’t have a domicile certificate will lose out on availing a loan under this scheme” said Aditya Rastogi a student of the Delhi Technological University We want to become engineers HR professionals retail executives say those who took loans Shweta Singh Course: Third year BE (Biotechnology) Netaji Subhash Institute of Technology Residence: Hari Nagar Loan amount sanctioned: Rs 137 lakh Singh’s father who works as an electrician had to struggle to pay the fees for the first two years of engineering She wants to be an engineer and hopes to get a starting salary of at least Rs 50000 Varun Kumar Course: Hospitality Management World Class Skill Centre Vivek Vihar Residence: Gokalpuri Loan amount sanctioned: Rs 21000 Kumar could not attend the event as he was suffering from viral fever His mother collected the cheque on his behalfHis father who earlier worked as a plumber has been ill for years For the last 10 years Kumar has been the bread-winner and has done odd jobs to provide for his family He now wants to make a career in the hospitality industry According to his mother he can pursue his studies with the help of the scheme as his younger brother now earns to provide for the family Priya Course: Retail services Class Skill Centre Vivek Vihar Residence: Krishna Vihar Loan amount sanctioned: Rs 21000 Priya’s father is an electrician and her mother is a beautician The course fees may not be much for many people but her parents could not afford it she said With the disbursal of the loan amount her parents have heaved a sigh of relief said Priya After completing her course she hopes to get a well-paying job in the retail sector Ayush Course: Bachelor of Engineering (Electronics) Netaji Subhash Institute of Technology Residence: Hari Nagar Loan amount sanctioned: Rs 230 lakh Ayush’s father runs a shop The expenses of an engineering course were too heavy for his family to bear and Ayush did not want to depend on his parents The loan formalities took only three days to be completed he said He wants to become a successful engineer Harsha Katia Course: Finance Executive Class Skill Centre Vivek Vihar Residence: Karol Bagh Loan amount sanctioned: Rs 21000 Katia is the first in her family to pursue a post-graduate course in finance executive training Her father runs a small shop She said that her course fees is Rs 45000 and the remainder of the fees for her one-year course will be disbursed in the form of a loan She is relieved that her family will not have For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: BollywoodHungamacom | Mumbai | Updated: June 4 2015 9:41 am Filled with sexual innuendos Sunny Leone’s ‘Mastizaade’ was supposed to be one of the most unabashed sex comedies of the year Related News Filled with sexual innuendos Mastizaade was supposed to be one of the most unabashed sex comedies of the year Unfortunately the Censor Board is not happy with the subject and the film which was slated for release in May has been facing censor’s wrath since then Earlier we had reported about the fact that Mastizaade is currently waiting for certification from the Censor Board which resulted in the delay of the release And later the board refused to certify the film because of too much sexual content Further the film was sent to the Revising Committee for a change in the decision but faced the same fate once again since the committee too found the content too bold for viewing And hence the makers of the film have now decided to approach the Film Certification Appellate Tribunal Share This Article Related Article From what we hear one of the female members of the board had decided to pass the film with an ‘A’ certificate along with a few cuts but her decision it seems was not taken into consideration Moreover it is being said that Pahlaj Nihalani had told I&B Ministry that the decision for the film was taken by Nandini Sardesai a member of RC However Pritish Nandy is apparently not convinced with the same since according to him Nandini Sardesai was not present during either of the screening As of now the decision over Mastizaade directed by Milap Zaveri starring Sunny Leone Tusshar Kapoor and Vir Das in the lead is still pending awaiting a reply from the Tribunal For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: April 9 2017 3:49 am Top News UT employees are unlikely to get immediate relief even after the orders of the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) quashing the transfers under the inter-department policy of the Chandigarh administration The administration is likely to go in for an appeal against the order on the plea that employees develop vested interests while being posted in the same department for years K K Jindal who is holding the charge of secretary department of personnel said “We are yet to receive the copy of the judgment passed by CAT and after that we are likely to file an appeal The purpose behind the inter-department transfers was to prevent employees from developing vested interests while sitting at one place for years Moreover if an aggrieved person complains against the particular official that is of no use because the official will continue to sit in the same department” However the employees union said that they are likely to give their joining on Monday in their parent departments after attaching CAT’s orders “Our employees have decided that we will join in our previous departments after showing the copy of the orders We will discuss with our counsel also once” said Balwinder Singh president of the Chandigarh engineering employees union On Friday the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) quashed the transfers made by the administration under its inter-department policy CAT maintained that the transfer policy was illegal With this those transferred will be reverted to their parent department In May last year 348 employees were transferred from one UT department to another In January this year 289 more were transferred The move triggered resentment among employees who then decided to move the tribunal This was for the first time in the history of the administration that such large-scale transfer orders were issued affecting all categories of employees including clerks stenos assistants and senior assistants In May 2015 the then UT Administrator Kaptan Singh Solanki had approved the policy Later in May 2016 the UT administration ordered the inter-departmental transfer of 348 employees with immediate effect following which the transfers were challenged by a group of employees in CAT In January this year 289 more employees were transferred and they too moved the CAT against the order For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: May 4 2017 2:06 pm Disha Patani nails her every dance step as she puts on her dancing shoes on a Beyonce number Related News From posing topless for a calendar shoot dancing on Ed Sheeran’s ‘Shape Of You’ to putting the cricket stadium on fire with her sizzling opening act in IPL 2017 Disha Patani definitely seems to be on a mission to not only rule the hearts of many but also to stay there for a long times to come Not very long back we saw her whistle-worthy dance moves at Indore’s cricket stadium and now we have her killing it on a Beyonce song MS Dhoni: The Untold Story star Disha Patani recently posted several videos on her Instagram where she is seen shaking a leg with her friend Excited about the videos Disha shared the first video with a caption saying “Choreography @yanismarshall dancing with my pro @dimplevganguly ??? overhauling the nation’s health care system and significantly boosting military spending. ? 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