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For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPalestinian billionaire Masri detained in Saudi Arabia – sources | Reuters World Reuters Dec 16 2017 21:54:29 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Dec 16 2017 21:54 PM | Updated Date: Dec 16 2017 21:54 PM Tags : #Reuters Also See Islamabad: Prominent Pakistan cleric Mufti Abdul Qavi who made headlines in June for appearing in a video with Qandeel Baloch will be included in the murder investigation of the slain social media star a police official said on Monday "We have decided to include Mufti Abdul Qavi in the murder investigation" said a police official in Multan where Baloch was killed Geo news reported Qandeel Baloch Image from News18 On Sunday Qandeel’s brother Muhammad Waseem admitted to strangling her to death for the "honour of the family" Waseem said he gave a "tablet" to Qandeel to sedate her and then strangled her in their family home over the weekend "The scope of the investigation has been widened The victim’s brother Aslam will also be investigated We are waiting for the forensic reports" said the police official "As per our initial investigation ‘honour’ is the motive of murder" the police official said earlier Waseem admitted that he killed his sister due to her activities on social media including a series of posts with prominent cleric Mufti Abdul Qavi in which one video showed Qandeel shaking hands with Qavi as she sat on the arm of a sofa by his side Qavi who was suspended from the Ruet-e-Hilal Committee as a result of the controversy following the posts told the local media after Qandeel’s death that he had "forgiven her" and the matter was now in God’s hands Geo news reported Prior to her death Qandeel whose real name was Fauzia Azeem spoke of worries about her safety and had appealed to the Pakistan Interior Ministry to provide her with security for protection No help was provided and the Pakistan Interior Ministry has not commented on her death In Facebook posts Qandeel 26 spoke of trying to change "the typical orthodox mindset" of people in Pakistan She faced frequent abuse and death threats but continued to post provocative pictures and videos The so-called "honour-killing" has sent shockwaves across the country and triggered an outpouring of grief on social media for Qandeel Written by Daksh Panwar | Kanpur | Updated: September 27 2016 7:54 am Scoring more than 100 runs and picking five wickets Mitchell Santner (right) was impressive on his first Test in India (Source: Reuters) Top News “On the scorecard it looks like a biggish defeat but there were a couple of moments that I would reflect on as where the game turned slightly more in their [India’s] favour [The defeat] is a combination of us not quite being at our best at certain times and they played very well”— kane Williamson on where New Zealand lost the match Imagine Test cricket as tennis Let’s suppose five days are five sets and sessions are games The strategy should be simple: corner more games than your rival to win sets pocket more sets to take the match New Zealand looked they were two-sets up when they won four out of the first five sessions at the Green Park stadium in Kanpur But there are more variables in a Test match than in a game of tennis One is the surface If a five-day game on a typical Indian wicket were to be seen through a Tennis prism it would be like a match beginning at Wimbledon and ending on the clay courts at Roland Garros On Day Three the Kanpur surface had deteriorated enough to put doubts in the minds of New Zealand batsmen In the first two sessions they lost wickets in two bunches with a brief recovery in between and ended up conceding a 56-run lead and more importantly momentum A buoyant India then laid into their deflated bowlers It would be four-four in terms of sessions won by the end of day three but India were decisively in the driver’s seat It was on Saturday therefore and not on Monday that the first match was lost “Being over here in these hot conditions being able to remain focussed for a long period because you know if you put the ball in the area for long enough you’ll get your rewards That’s what the Indian team showed us”— Williamson on his spinners’ performance It’s the young Mitchell Santner’s first Test series in India And he has shown ample promise with the ball Being a left-arm spinner who fires the ball in he was saddled with the expectations of doing what Ravindra Jadeja day in and day out in these conditions He succeeded taking five wickets in the match one fewer than Jadeja He also learned quickly as his dismissal of Murali Vijay in the second innings suggested Santner bowled one at good length outside off and made it turn away The next ball landed at the spot but went straight Vijay playing for turn was trapped in front A typical Jadeja wicket A bit more accuracy might see Santner become even more effective But he also needs support from the other end the kind which Jadeja gets from Ravichandran Ashwin and vice-versa He needs someone who can complement his bowling and not allow the pressure to be released Ish Sodhi and Mark Craig gave away too many put-me-away balls in the second innings The offie Craig at least was tight in the first innings and in hindsight his side strain that eventually ruled him out of the series might have hampered his bowling in the second The leg-spinner Sodhi bowled with little control He will need to get his act together soon if New Zealand are to be a threat with the ball The Blackcaps will also hope Jeetan Patel who joins the squad in place of Craig brings his Warwickshire form to Kolkata “There were a lot of good things to come out of this game and for a number of players it is their first time batting in these sort of conditions There will be a lot of lessons learnt reflecting on those and looking to apply the skills that worked for a period of time for a lot longer That’s certainly what the Indian players do it is very important”— Williamson on the batting takeaways from the match In the run-up to the series New Zealand’s batting looked it rested entirely on the shoulders of one man: Kane Williamson Ross Taylor is another star performer and a senior member but he is inconsistent and tends to have a suspect footwork in the early part of his innings Williamson came out with reputation intact having made 75 in the first innings before being bowled by an almost unplayable delivery by Ashwin In the second innings too he was looking serene when an Ashwin off-break spun big and caught him in front of the wicket Opener Tom Latham stepped up with a half-century in the first essay but was dismissed in both innings in an identical fashion: he couldn’t read an Ashwin delivery that looked like an off-break but didn’t turn BJ Watling too didn’t look like a rookie against spin However there were two New Zealanders who came out of this match with their reputations enhanced Last year during his debut Test the 24-year-old Santner gave a glimpse of his batting potential It was the pink-ball Test in Adelaide He negated the seaming conditions by showing tremendous application something his senior teammates didn’t Exactly the same could be said about him at the end of Kanpur Test He played within himself and used his long limbs to reach at the pitch of the ball His 32 in the first innings and 71 in the second made him the first New Zealander in the last five years to score over 100 runs and take a five-for in the same match On both occasions he was batting alongside Ronchi easily the best player of spin from either side in Kanpur Murali Vijay and Pujara could also be the contenders but they were not making their runs against Ashwin and Jadeja Against the most potent spin attack of this generation — at least in sub-continental conditions — Ronchi was light on his feet He was not once caught in two minds: either he went forward or went back And he attacked them — playing cuts sweeps and lofted shots — forcing them to change their lines and lengths He scored 38 in the first innings but was victim of a poor lbw decision In the second he made the highest score of the match 80 when he played a poor shot — a sweep against the turn — off Jadeja It could be argued it was more a case of him throwing his wicket away than the bowler earning it And Ronchi knew what he had just done as he remained there on one knee shaking his head in disbelief “When we tour we know that if you’re 1-0 down after the first game things keep getting more difficult from then on just in terms of your recovery preparation Just the mental side of going into the next game So the first game of the series is very important any series that you play – whether at home or away Whoever has the first advantage over the other team they will go into the second Test feeling more confident for sure”— Virat Kohli on psychological advantage over NZ after 1-0 It’s interesting that Kohli thinks this way In Sri Lanka where India’s current 11-match unbeaten streak began a year go they had lost the first Test in Galle before bouncing back to soundly win the three-match series England when they won on these shore in 2012 had lost the first match in Ahmedabad before winning the next two And New Zealand have a habit of bouncing back from big defeats During their seven series unbeaten streak under Brendon McCullum they often lost Test matches and lost them by big margins but they always came back stronger Facing a rampant Pakistan in 2014 in Abu Dhabi they lost the first Test by 248 runs They drew the second and secured an innings win in the third A year later in England they got hammered by 124 runs in the first Test at Lord’s but paid back at Headingley with a 199-run victory It’s a cliche that failure is the pillar of success But it’s true in the Blackcaps’ case The foundations of their achievements in the last three years was laid in Cape Town in January 2013They were shot out for 45 in the first innings For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Jaipur | Published: April 25 2016 1:32 pm Anupam Kher has started shooting for the upcoming film “Love Sonia” in Rajasthan Related News Veteran actor Anupam Kher who was last seen on the big screen in superstar Salman Khan-starrer “Prem Ratan Dhan Payo” has started shooting for the upcoming film “Love Sonia” in Rajasthan David Womark’s Indo-American production is being shot at Samode Palace Womark has previously produced films like “Life of Pi” and has been an executive producer for movies like “The Hulk” and “GI Joe Rise of the Cobra” Read More “India is so beautiful and amazing Samode Palace Rajasthan shooting ‘Love Sonia’” Anupam Kher tweeted on Monday morning India is so beautiful and amazing 🙂 #SamodePalace #RajasthanShooting #LoveSonia pictwittercom/sgbaXEzRMx Anupam Kher (@AnupamPkher) April 25 2016 Directed by Tabrez Noorani “Love Sonia” 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