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said members of the Parsi community in Malabar Hill constituency. I cannot deny that there is alignment towards the BJP. seemingly Pandya at the moment, viable option.” This trailer launch won’t just have mediapersons, however, while Bailey has two, Nyong’o,points win over Lewis Van Poetsch. “I’ve watched him in the Olympics and in his pro-debut,he’s a world class kid and I can’t wait to get in there andput him to the test” the 33-year-old Gillen said “He’s an Olympian and that speaks for itself he’s a heroin his country and he’s idolised by millions of people but atsome point he’ll have to get beat and that could well be hissecond fight against me” he added Vijender is training in Manchester with coach Lee Beardas he aims to beat Gillen and stay on track to achieve hishistory-making dream to become India’s first ever worldprofessional boxing champion “I can’t wait for this fight against Gillen he’s talkingthe fight and it looks like he will bring me a challenge in mysecond fight” said Vijender “From what I have seen of him he looks like a goodopponent who will push me and I hope he does because then thebetter I will fight I rise to my opponent and it brings thebest out in me” he added Gillen said he would be no pushover against the Indian “I’m certainly no journeyman and I’m not going in to makeup numbers I’m here to fight and win I know the odds arestacked against me but when you’re facing life risking tasksthrough your job then fighting someone like Singh is a walk inthe park” he said “I will be coming for him I’ve got the heart of a lionand a serious will to win I’ve got a strong jab and the reachto take advantage of him backed up with a solid chin and areal desire and with nothing to lose I think I’m going to bea really dangerous opponent for Singh Add to the fact I’venever lost to a Police boxer in the amateurs and with stacksof pride and honour on the line I refuse to lose” heasserted Vijender on the other hand said he is unfazed byGillen’s unbeaten record so far “He’s got an unbeaten record albeit two fights and it’sa big motivator for me to claim his first loss if I can stophim like against Whiting then that will be another good winfor me” he said “While I was pleased with my pro-debut there is stillplenty that I need to work on in my defence and offence andI’ve been training hard with Lee to correct things andimprove it’s a continual process and it will happen fight byfight “Being a fireman he’ll be used to dealing with fire andcoping with heat but this is one fire he won’t be putting outand it will be an entertaining fight for the fans in my firstpro fight in the capital” he added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Associated Press | New York | Published: August 17 2013 11:23 am Related News Pants are always popularespecially with real women and real lives to leadbut they rarely spark a lot of excitement What can you do with two legs and a waistbandafter all More than you thinkresponds the fashion industry this fall “Pants feed back into the overarching idea of personal style” says Samira Nasrfashion director at Elle magazine “There really is a choice in how adventurous do you want to be” She adds: “Pants are the go-to because they are the most comfortable thingthey look good and they are a functional garment Women can go about their day and feel ‘dressed’” Stillcan you get the compliments with pants that you always seem to receive when you wear a new dress Absolutelysays designer Nanette Lepore: Find your fit and a good tailorand the kind words will come A teenager or even a young 20-something who probably mostly wears jeans or shorts has never really lived through a high-fashion pants momentshe says This is her chance She can break away from leggings or skinny jeans or at least try them in prints and she should try the relaxed track-pant silhouette that has broken out as a trendsays Leporewho designs a youthful line for JCPenney called L’Amour “It’s going to be a little bit of a leap for herbut she’s going to get the coolness of them” “I have them on today Lepore said “I wear them with a nice peasant top I decided to mix it with something soft and feminine but most girls will wear it with a simple T-shirt But I wanted to move it to a new place if we’re going to make it our new go-to pant” For a more sophisticated customershe’d recommend cleanslim-leg trousers paired with a tailored suit jacket “I really think the suit could be the new dress” And Lepore says higher waistbands are on the way As for the wide-leg optionit’s out thereespecially a cropped style that landed on Nasr’s radar after previews of the resort collections that will be available around the holidays She predicts there will be even more of them next springbut adds that they’re an acquired taste and won’t be for everyone Lepore says women “just love skinny pants We will put other things on the runwaylike that soft pantwhich morphed into a cargo pantbut I don’t see a flared leg coming back anytime soon” The jumpsuithoweveris ripe for a returnsays designer Abi Ferrinwho spent three years retooling the silhouette to create one she thought would work for her own more curvy shape Ferrin is better known for her dressesbut she really wanted the jumpsuit in her repertoire Her newest twist for fall is a jumpsuit with the genie-stylecinched-bottom ankle ”It seems scary until you try it onbut you put it onand put on a tall shoeand it looks great” Ferrin says “It’s work upfrontbut it’s one and done You get the ease of pantsbut all you have to do is add earrings and a cuff bracelet” But trying on pants is something many women dreadsays Devina Foleyvice president of merchandising at retailer Loft She’s been dubbed the pants whisperer inside the company as she has worked with chief style director Alia Ahmed-Yahia to overhaul the designfit and overall shopping experience for pants “There are a lot of women who need to hire a baby sitter because they know it’s going to take them so long to get pants” says Foley It doesn’t have to be that way; it could be a five-minute transactionshe pledges The last time pants were a must-have for the important fall shopping season was about five years agoand there has been improvement in fabric technology since then There are good options with some wool and some cotton but all with stretch that will allow for some drape but still have a smoothing effectFoley saysAt Loftthe waistband also has become a little wider to create the look of a flatter middleand the side seam down the leg has been moved forward slightly so the front looks slimmer When shoppers find a pant they likethey buy multiplesshe sayswhich they don’t do when it’s a dress or a skirt Why Part of it is loyalty to a flattering pantshe saysthough it’s not as exciting as a cool printed shirt or expensive-looking necklace “It’s not the pant itselfit’s what happens around the pants a sliver of the midriff showing on topgreat shoes or accessories that you’ll talk about _ but you remember where you got your favorite pair of pants” Nasr says She says you need that perfect basic canvas “I take comfort in the fact that a great pair of pants is a great pair of pants” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Perth | Updated: November 17 2015 4:04 pm Mitchell Johnson reacts as he is carried from the field by team mates Mitchell Starc (L) and Josh Hazlewood at the end the fifth day of the second cricket Test match against New Zealand at WACA (Source: Reuters) Related News The second Test between Australia and New Zealand fizzled out in a draw on Tuesday but not before Mitchell Johnson gave one last reminder of his bowling prowess on the day he announced his retirement from international cricket New Zealand’s pursuit of 321 runs for victory in 48 overs already looked unlikely to succeed but after rain cut 90 minutes out of the fifth and final day at the WACA the spoils looked destined to be shared Share This Article Related Article The tourists had made 104 for two when bad light brought an end to the game leaving Australia 1-0 up in the series going into the third Test in Adelaide courtesy of their 208-run win in Brisbane last week Johnson who made his announcement before the start of play summoned up one last spell of raw pace to dismiss both New Zealand openers and was chaired off the pitch by his team mates “They were the sort of wickets I’ve been getting for the last couple of years I really wanted to rip a couple in and the body let me do it” said Johnson who finished with figures of 2-20 “There is a fair bit of emotion when the boys picked me up It has been great I have really enjoyed myself I can walk off and be proud of my career” Australia skipper Steve Smith had declared for the fourth time in four innings in the series an hour before tea after the hosts had made 385 for seven An uncharacteristically docile WACA pitch had allowed batsmen from both sides to showcase their skills in a run-fest of a match over the first four days A double century from David Warner spurred Australia to 559-9 in their first innings and 290 from Ross Taylor helped New Zealand to 624 in reply a lead of 65 runs Centuries from Smith and Adam Voges in the last two sessions on Monday put Australia back in front but the runs finally stopped flowing so freely on Tuesday morning Smith (138) Mitchell Marsh (1) and Adam Voges (119) all departed in an opening session in which Australia were only able to add 73 runs to their overnight tally of 258 for two Johnson was welcomed by a guard of honour of applauding New Zealanders when he came out to the crease and illustrated his batting skills with a bright 29 from 45 balls The 34-year-old was the first of the two batsmen to depart caught behind off Tim Southee (4-97) after lunch with Peter Nevill (35) following him back to the dressing room It was not too long before Smith’s loud whistle called Mitchell Starc (28 not out) and Josh Hazlewood (2 not out) in to get ready to take the new ball Johnson led the Australians back onto the pitch on his 73rd and final test and had bowled eight deliveries without conceding a run before the rain forced an early tea He resumed after the delay and soon sent Tom Latham (15) back to the dressing room after an attempted hook ended up in the hands of Josh Hazlewood at long leg Martin Guptill (17) was Johnson’s 313th and final test victim when a fast rising delivery saw him spoon the ball to Joe Burns at short leg For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Harare | Updated: August 26 2014 11:32 am Related News Glenn Maxwell and Mitchell Marsh both fell agonisingly short of centuries but still helped Australia to a record One-day International tally at the Harare Sports Club as they crushed Zimbabwe by 198 runs on Monday Australia’s 350 for six off 50 overs beat by 10 runs the highest total for any team at the venue in an ODI and marked a satisfying start to preparations for the World Cup they co-host with New Zealand early next year Zimbabwe could only muster 152 in reply bowled out with more than 10 overs left in the opening match of the triangular series in Zimbabwe’s capital The 25-year-old Maxwell hit a rapid-fire 93 off 46 balls before being caught in the deep as he swung lustily trying to hit a third successive six He had been on course to break teammate James Faulkner’s 57-ball record for the fastest Australian ODI hundred Marsh was out for 89 off 83 balls but the century partnership between the pair contributed to a blistering 147 runs off the last 10 overs Maxwell included an outrageous display of ambidextrous shot making in his innings hitting nine fours and clearing the boundary five times SHATTERING GLASS But the most powerful shot of the innings came from Mitchell Johnson whose six off Tinashe Panyangara in the penultimate over struck the window of the television commentary box shattering the glass and cutting commentator Mpumelelo Mbangwa the former Zimbabwe Test bowler He was not seriously hurt Aaron Finch helped Australia get off to good start but was caught down the leg side for 67 while fellow opener Brad Haddin was first out for 46 just before Australia reached three figures in the 18th over Zimbabwe lost their first wicket after eight balls when Tino Mawoyo was trapped leg before by Mitchell Starc but Hamilton Masakadza and the Pakistan-born Sikandar Raza put on 63 for the second wicket as the home side displayed some fighting spirit But after Raza was caught Masakadza watched a procession of partners come and go at regular intervals before he was seventh man out stumped for 70 Johnson conceded only seven runs in the six overs he bowled taking one wicket Australia next play South Africa at the same venue on Wednesday in the second game of the tri-series in which each country will play each other twice with a final to follow on September 6 Australia without captain Michael Clarke who missed the game because of a hamstring strain were playing their first ODI since beating England in Adelaide in late January They have a minimum of 15 ODIs planned before the World Cup starts next February Brief scores: Australia 350/6 in 50 overs (G Maxwell 93 M Marsh 89 A Finch 67) Zimbabwe 152 all out in 393 overs (H Masakadza 70; S Smith 3/16) Australia won by 198 runs For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News

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