Take for example an issue that has drawn the attention in recent weeks: the 2. finished with 10 men after Fabian Orellana got his second yellow card. including The Associated Press, I don’t intend to give any further response to the man/woman who did this… because what (s)he intended has not materialised. My thanks to all my friend who supported me and stood with me… a big thank you” She has been receiving support from her fans and well-wishers and according to her those who brought her morphed picture into limelight could not succeed in materialising their plans Jyothi is one of the most common names in the Malayalam film industry She made her debut in the film ‘Bombay’ in March 2011 She was last seen in Jeethu Joseph’s ‘Life of Josutty’ For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: January 6 2017 1:54 am According to the court the requirement of the next 15 years will have to be taken into consideration while planning with the increasing number of undertrials lodged in jail (Express File Photo) Top News The Bombay High Court Thursday asked the state government to consider carrying out a scientific exercise to ascertain the future requirements of setting up modern jails in the state after taking into consideration models adopted by developed countries A division bench of Justices A S Oka and A A Sayyed said considering the change in requirements over the years the state should look at what will be the different spaces required for high-risk prisoners those who have been awarded life sentence etc “From the time the Yerawada and Arthur jails were constructed requirement has changed In the past the concept of high-risk prisoners was not there But now several such prisoners are lodged at the Arthur Road jail The future requirement needs to be seen” said Justice Oka Watch What Else Is making News “How many undertrials are lodged in the jails across Maharashtra What will be the requirements in future Has the state government applied its mind on all these issues” the court sought to know The High Court was hearing a public interest litigation on the issue of jail conditions in the state by a petition filed by one Shaikh Ibrahim Abdul who is currently lodged in the Yerawada prison “The government will have to conduct an exercise and ascertain what are the requirements of a model and modern jail on the lines of jails in developed countries The state can take the help of some retired senior police official or some expert from the Tata Institute of Social Science” said the Bench Appearing for the petitioner Uday Warunjikar suggested that a committee be set up to look into the issue and such a committee be headed by a retired judge The court has also asked the government to consider the same According to the court the requirement of the next 15 years will have to be taken into consideration while planning with the increasing number of undertrials lodged in jail The government pleader informed the government that they are looking at acquiring land for this purpose The court has posted the petition for further hearing on January 23 As per statistics provided to the court earlier Arthur Road prison has a sanctioned space for 804 prisoners but is overcrowded with 3000 prisoners Yerawada jail has a capacity to house 2323 prisoners but is currently overcrowded with over 6000 inmates (convicts and undertrials) For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AFP | London | Published: October 17 2016 4:56 pm Tennis – Japan Open men’s singles final match – Ariake Coliseum Tokyo Japan – 09/10/16 Nick Kyrgios of Australia smiles after beating David Goffin of Belgium REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon Top News Wayward tennis star Nick Kyrgios will seek psychological help to avoid an eight week ban ordered by the ATP for a tantrum at the Shanghai Masters Tennis Australia said today The ATP ordered a USD 25000 (22700 euros) fine and said a three-week ban would be increased to eight weeks if the 21-year-old Kyrgios did not seek help for his temper The world number 14 gave away points and swore and argued with fans before being booed off court after his 6-3 6-1 defeat by Mischa Zverev in his second round match last week Tennis Australia said in a statement that it would support Kyrgios “Nick’s health and wellbeing is a priority and the ATP has offered a reduced penalty on the provision that he seeks appropriate professional advice which he has agreed to do” said a statement by the Australian body Kyrgios apologised again for his behaviour in Shanghai “The season has been a long one as I battled several injuries and other challenges towards the end of the summer” he said in a statement “My body finally just gave out in Shanghai both physically and mentally “This is no excuse and I know very well that I need to apologise to the fans – in Shanghai and other parts of the world – as well as the tournament organisers in Shanghai who do an amazing job” Kyrgios said he “regretted how his year was ending” “I do understand and respect the decision by the ATP and I will use this time off to improve on and off the court” The USD 25000 ATP fine will be added to a $16500 penalty ordered last week The Shanghai outburst was the latest in a long line of incidents involving the Australian Last year he was given a suspended one-month ban for making comments to Stan Wawrinka about his wife “Nick’s conduct in Shanghai was unacceptable disrespectful to the sport and its fans” said ATP executive chairman Chris Kermode “We take these matters very seriously and he has since apologised for his actions “Nick is a phenomenal talent and our hope is that he uses this time away from the tour constructively and with some support is able to return to competition with an improved mindset and stronger than ever before” The ATP said that after an investigation into the Australian’s second round match in Shanghai Kyrgios had been found guilty of conduct contrary to the integrity of the game This meant an additional fine and an immediate eight week suspension “However the suspension will be reduced to three tournament weeks upon agreement that the player enters a plan of care under the direction of a sports psychologist or an equivalent plan approved by ATP” If Kyrgios agrees to see a psychologist he could return to the tour on November 7 after the three week ban As he would have no more tournaments to play even the three week ban means that Kyrgios’s year is effectively over “We have spoken to his management and Nick has agreed to seek the help of a sports psychologist and will now be available to play in the Hopman Cup in early January” a Tennis Australia spokesperson told AFP For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsLos Angeles: Zlatan Ibrahimovic will be given the chance to resurrect his Manchester United career as he battles back from a serious knee injury manager Jose Mourinho confirmed on Friday Swedish star Ibrahimovic was United’s top-scorer last season bagging 28 goals in all competitions File image of Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho and Zlatan Ibrahimovic Getty However the 35-year-old’s future was cast into doubt after he suffered a double cruciate ligament injury in April cutting short a successful first season The injury prompted United to shelve plans to exercise an option to give Zlatan a second season with the club with the player officially released last month However the Swede has impressed United with the pace of his recovery and the striker has been allowed to use the club’s facilities to help his rehabilitation Mourinho speaking ahead of United’s opening US tour game against Los Angeles Galaxy on Saturday said Ibrahimovic could yet return the club next season "It’s possible it’s open" Mourinho said Although Ibrahimovic had been linked to a move to Major League Soccer Mourinho said the forward had indicated he wanted to continue to play at "the highest level" "From his point of view he made the decision of wanting to play football still at the highest level" Mourinho said "He didn’t want to hide behind such an amazing injury It would be easy to hide behind it and stop and go to a different level of football" "He did not want that he was not happy with his finish (to the season) and not playing He made the challenge for himself to keep playing at the highest level" "So we open our door for him to recover with us at Old Trafford at Carrington" Mourinho indicated a decision on a new contract for Ibrahimovic would likely be taken closer to him regaining full fitness Recovery from Ibrahimovic’s injury is typically between nine to 12 months "Let’s make a decision that makes us all happy and if that is for him to stay and for us to wait let’s say in December — because I don’t think before December he can get back to competitive football — but why not wait for a player who gave us so much" Mourinho said "We are changing ideas and it’s with (United executive vice-chairman) Ed Woodward and Zlatan’s agent but the final decision is the best for the player" By: PTI | New Delhi | Published: January 9 2017 3:20 pm Representational image Top News A PWD engineer accused of demanding and accepting bribe from a contractor has been sent to four years in jail by a Special court Special Judge Poonam Chaudhry convicted 46-year-old Ved Prakash who was working as an assistant engineer in Public Works Department (PWD) for the offences of taking illegal gratification and criminal misconduct by a public servant under the Prevention of Corruption Act He is accused of demanding and accepting bribe from a contractor who was awarded the contract of renovating the residential complex of a city government hospital Besides the rigorous jail term the court also imposed a fine of Rs 40000 on him Watch what else is making news: “I am of the view that the evidence on record … shows that accused demanded and complainant gave bribe money to accused which he accepted voluntarily knowing it to be illegal gratification The prosecution established through the evidence of complainant… that currency notes were recovered from the possession of accused” the judge said While prosecutor Balbir Singh said that keeping in view nature of offences a stringent view may be taken against the convict Prakash sought a lenient view saying he was the sole earning member of his family and had two minor children According to the Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) a complaint was received in 2014 from a man working as a government contractor and was awarded the renovation work of toilets of a girls hostel in the residential complex at GTB Hospital in East Delhi The accused engineer was responsible for the supervision of the work given to the contractor The complainant alleged that Prakash was harassing him and demanding five per cent as commission of the payments received by him He had demanded part payment of Rs 12 lakh ie Rs 60000 and threatened the complainant that he would allot the work to someone else if the bribe was not paid The complainant told the engineer that he had already suffered losses in the contract and would not be able to pay commission but the accused was adamant and did not pay any heed to his request the complaint had said adding that the tender issued in the name of Avtar Builders was of Rs 43 lakh and it was awarded to him for Rs 27 lakh The contractor lodged a complaint with the ACB which laid a trap and caught the engineer while accepting Rs 50000 as bribe During trial Prakash denied the allegations against him and claimed that he was innocent For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Gros Islet | Published: August 13 2016 4:03 am India had a first-innings lead of 128 runs (Source: AP) Top News India took control of the third and penultimate cricket Test after Bhuvneshwar Kumar (5/33) produced a sensational spell of swing bowling to bundle out the West Indies for 225 in their first innings in St Lucia Owing to Kumar’s third Test five-wicket haul India finished day four in a position to dictate terms on the final day as they reached 157 for three at stumps for an overall lead of 285 runs India had a first-innings lead of 128 runs At tea the visitors were placed at 31/0 and thereafter Shikhar Dhawan (26) and KL Rahul (28) looked to get quick runs And they were successful in this endeavour upto an extent as the runs flowed quickly and they put up a 49-run stand in just 73 overs But Rahul then was caught at second slip off Miguel Cummins (2-22) who also trapped skipper Virat Kohli (4) LBW soon afterwards and that put the brakes on the Indian scoring The 50-mark had come up in the ninth over and Ajinkya Rahane (51 not out) then looked to push the scoring But Dhawan too departed at the other end LBW to Roston Chase (1-41) making things a tad tougher West Indies meanwhile were struggling with their over-rate and they put on Kraigg Brathwaite (0-33) in tandem with the off-spinner This allowed Rahane and Rohit Sharma (41 not out) to break the shackles as the duo put up a 50-run stand in just 92 balls They brought out the shots in the latter stages of the day especially Rohit who struck three sixes Rahane reached his 8th Test fifty off 88 balls in the penultimate over of the day and at stumps they had added 85 runs for the 4th wicket as India looked to press matters and force a result on day five This was after Kumar’s burst of 5-14 that sent West Indies crashing from 194/3 at lunch to 225 all out within 204 overs The 200-mark had come up for them in the 87th over and thereafter the havoc began Kumar first removed Jermaine Blackwood (20) in the next over caught at second slip by Kohli thus ending his 67-run partnership with Marlon Samuels (48) The latter was the next to go two overs later set up beautifully with a slew of outswingers and playing off an inswinging delivery Ravindra Jadeja (1-27) then removed Roston Chase (2) at the other end and the hosts were really struggling at this juncture with three wickets down for just three runs Jason Holder (2) was trapped LBW by Kumar in the 94th over and Alzarri Joseph (0) was caught at 3rd slip in the 96th offering catching practice R Ashwin (2-52) then accounted for Miguel Cummins (0) as Kumar searched for his 5th wicket even as Shane Dowrich (18) was dropped twice in successive overs first at 3rd slip by KL Rahul and then at short midwicket by Rohit Sharma the latter dropping a skier Finally in the 104th over of the innings then the medium pacer celebrated his achievement with Dowrich trapped LBW as the West Indies lost 6 wickets for 23 runs Thereafter Shikhar Dhawan (13*) and KL Rahul (15*) played out the five overs without loss taking the overall lead to 159 runs Earlier play finally resumed on day four after the rain relented The West Indies’ innings was slated to continue at 930 am local time but wet patches on the outfield delayed play by a further 30 minutes Finally at the regular time then play got underway with the morning and post-lunch session extended by 15 minutes each The day’s play is scheduled to end at 530 pm local time with the possibility of a half-hour extension as 98 overs are to be bowled in total Starting from their day two score of 107/1 then Kraigg Brathwaite (64) and Darren Bravo (29) took to the crease The conditions were a bit like the first morning with the pitch feeling fresh However Jadeja and Mohammed Shami (0-58) got things underway with Ishant Sharma (1-40) soon taking over from the spinner The ploy was to attack Bravo with the short ball even if only one fine leg fielder was provided to the bowlers especially Ishant But he crammed the batsman for space and he gave into his habitual urge pulling straight to Jadeja in the 56th over The umpires checked for no ball and it seemed that Ishant had overstepped marginally but the third umpire ruled in the bowler’s favour But Blackwood and Samuels put on another counter-attacking partnership to stall India’s progress For once the former was subdued and didn’t overtly attack the bowlers There was a sharp chance in the 62nd over off Jadeja when the ball lobbed up and Rohit Sharma diving backwards at forward short leg only managed to get a hand to it The fielder was later hit on the helmet grille to go with a hit at the back of the helmet on day two but he was safe and continued fielding as the 150-mark came up in the 63rd over At the other end Samuels took on both Jadeja and Ashwin attacking them in a measure approach and using his feet well He used the aerial route on occasion hitting a few lusty blows including a straight six against the off-spinner and brought up the 50-partnership off 132 balls even as India took the new ball as soon as it became available India lead the four-match series 1-0 after winning the first Test in Antigua by an innings and 92 runs The second Test in Jamaica was drawn It became a double blow for the West Indies as Ashwin removed Brathwaite at the other end three overs later the batsman gloving down leg side and caught behind It brought the proceedings to life with only a small chance of result possible when play had started For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top 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