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So I wanted to expose the corruption in the system, Katrina: There must be a total of only three shots in the film that haven’t been done by me.classic and minimal, says Badruddin About comparisons with The Dark Knight in look and tonehe says”It merely captures what is there in the film And why would Yash Raj need to rip off from The Dark Knight” Badruddin on an average takes two months to work on a film The flavourful kitsch of Shuddh Desi Romance has been quite a splash too According to Badruddinit required special efforts by the team along with director Maneesh Sharma and writer Jaideep Sahni to undo the desi-cool template the makers had earlier created with a string of earthy rom-coms such as Bunty aur Babli and Band Baaja Baarat With the digital medium constantly pushing the envelope of designingBadruddin is constantly experimenting He was the first in Bollywood to introduce motion posters with Ek Tha Tiger of a keffiyeh-sporting Salman Khan striking a pose against the backdrop of Turkey But none of it is gimmicky For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsJerez | Published: January 29 2014 12:44 am Nose job gone wrong Toro Rosso’s Jean-Eric Vergne drives the new STR9 at the Circuito de Jerez on Tuesday New regulations aimed at improving safety require a car’s front end to be much lower than what it used to be AP Related News Lewis Hamilton walked away from a heavy crash after putting in the first laps of Formula One’s new turbo era in testing with Mercedes on Tuesday Twin black streaks of scorched tyre rubber at the end of the Jerez pit straight marked the asphalt where the 2008 world champion had locked up and careered into the tyre wall Mercedes blamed a car failure on the Briton’s 18th lap of the day for the crash and were investigating Witnesses said the front wing appeared to break off Hamilton also crashed last year in his first test for Mercedes after moving from McLaren whose car had yet to break cover on a remarkably quiet Tuesday with all teams grappling with the new power units By lunchtime only Hamilton and Toro Rosso’s Frenchman Jean-Eric Vergne had set timed laps and only five cars had been seen in action One of them was Kimi Raikkonen’s Ferrari that brought out the first red flag of the day when it stopped out on the circuit early on With a thin new moon still visible over the circuit Hamilton eased the sleek looking F1 W05 out of the pitlane shortly after 0900 local (0800 GMT) for an installation lap before silence resumed Formula One has ditched the ear-splitting 24 litre V8 engines for a new turbocharged 16 litre V6 with complex energy recovery systems and more emphasis on fuel economy Hamilton’s opening lap the first public appearance of a new car on track indicated the whinier and less rasping sound would take some getting used to NO BULL Mercedes who carried out a private 40km shakedown at Silverstone with Germany’s Nico Rosberg on Friday presented the car in the pitlane shortly after dawn with champions Red Bull taking the wraps off their RB 10 challenger minutes later More than four hours after the test started Red Bull’s quadruple world champion Sebastian Vettel had still to appear on track as the team worked on an unspecified problem that had emerged overnight “Obviously the car is still extremely new and still being completed as we speak and I think there was just a small setup issue that the guys want to have correct before we go out on track” principal Christian Horner said “Hopefully that will be in the very near future” Hamilton in his second season with the team and now with the chosen number 44 on his car said before getting down to work that his car looked fantastic “So aggressive but full of really nice details as well I’m excited to find out how the new power unit feels to drive to hear how it sounds from the cockpit and to compare the job we have done relative to the competition” he added “I think this is probably the season with the most unknowns that I have faced in my career and that’s just so exciting for all of us” While some of the new cars have been startling in appearance with eye-catching protruding ‘noses’ to meet new regulations dictated by safety considerations the top two teams from 2013 came up with neater solutions “The new car is an elegant but aggressive design and as is often the way it’s beauty is much more than skin deep” commented Mercedes technical executive director Paddy Lowe “The internal engineering of the car is extremely innovative and intelligent” Ten of the 11 teams — all but Lotus — are in Jerez for the test but tail-enders Marussia and Caterham hit early problems Marussia’s car was still on it’s way to Jerez after being delayed at the factory by what team principal John Booth called a “small but frustrating teething problem” Caterham delayed their car presentation due according to their Twitter feed to “some last minute issues bolting it together” “The trials and tribulations of a completely new car have conspired against us today” they added Alan Baldwin For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Sydney | Published: August 29 2014 12:40 pm Players of the Sydney Convicts the first all gay rugby team (Source: Facebook) Related News Bingham Cup organisers hailed the endorsement of the International Rugby Board (IRB) as an important breakthrough in inclusiveness in sport as the seventh version of the gay World Cup got underway on Friday While the rugby is the heart and soul of the tournament for the 30 clubs from 15 countries who have gathered in Sydney this week the event has been leveraged by organisers to shine a spotlight on the issue of homophobia in sport The Australian Rugby Union (ARU) responded on Friday by becoming the first of the country’s football codes to implement a policy of inclusion and anti-homophobia while IRB chief executive Brett Gosper sent a letter of support “It’s really groundbreaking due to the fact that no other professional international sporting organisation has ever been so open about support for an event related to their LGBT athletes” Jeff Wilson the chairman of the International Gay Rugby Association told Reuters “It’s a real true commitment to inclusion in sport and the elimination of homophobia at all levels of rugby We hope to see other organisers of sport follow their example” While the first match took place in heavy rain on a sodden pitch outside Australia’s 1991 and 1999 World Cup winning captains Nick Farr-Jones and John Eales addressed the opening news conference inside the Eastern Suburbs Rugby Club “We’ve always been proud of rugby because by its very nature it’s an inclusive sport because it has a place for every size and shape of body” said Eales “We needed to extend that and make sure it had a space for every kind of person That no matter what their interests or what their background was rugby was a sport where they could come” Wilson said the work done by Bingham Cup president Andrew Purchas a former team mate of Farr-Jones at the Sydney University club in raising awareness of homophobia in the lead-up to the tournament had “raised the bar” for organisers The American who would be in action later in the day for London’s Kings Cross Steelers said getting rid of homophobia would also benefit rugby by preventing talented youngsters from being lost to the sport “We don’t want any kid to not play a sport because they don’t feel included because of their orientation” Wilson added”And by eliminating that subconscious bias and the active homophobic bullying that goes on it makes rugby a better sport” CASUAL SLURS While active homophobic bullying was still a major problem more casual gay slurs were also preventing young people from becoming involved in team sports according to Dr Caroline Symons of Melbourne’s Victoria University Symons is helping coordinate an international survey “Out in the Fields” on the issue with preliminary results from Australia indicating that 85 percent of gay people had witnessed homophobia in sport “The majority of homophobia is not directed at individuals” she told Reuters “Men in team sports that are not performing as well as they are supposed to are said to be ‘playing like a pack of girls playing like a pack of poofs’ “It’s sexist and homophobic because the connotation is they’re weak they’re underperforming they’re not making the grade That is still damaging to closeted gay people involved in team sports” There was nothing weak about some of the collisions when the defending champion Sydney Convicts took on the Melbourne Chargers in an all-Australian grudge match on Friday morning Watching on the sidelines was Alice Hoagland the mother of the former gay rugby player with the San Francisco Fog for whom the tournament was named Mark Bingham Bingham was killed in Sept 11 2001 terror attacks on New York and Washington when United Airlines Flight 93 crashed in a field in Pennsylvania He is thought to have been among the handful of passengers who prevented the hijackers from reaching their target “The tragedy of September 11 is eased in my mind somewhat by the fact I now have so many sons who are filled with the desire to carry the Bingham Cup forward” Hoagland told Reuters “It’s the icing on the cake that they have come to Sydney which is a remarkably inclusive city to show the world what it means when gay men come together to play hard and come away victorious or not and are still able to tip a pint at the end of the game” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related Newswhen India was on the threshold of an internet explosion, the Investigative Committee said, Its market interventions on essential commodities from cooked-meals to medicines are a huge hit with the people and Stalin will have to work really hard to energise his cadres to get the lost attention from people. the work of treating the toxic wastes from Vapi and Ankleshwar was 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