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Hope and more” Manisha Koirala posted on Twitter The actress who hails from Nepal made her debut in Bollywood with 1991 film ‘Saudagar’ and went on to work with directors like Mani Ratnam Ram Gopal Varma Vidhu Vinod Chopra and Raj Kumar Santoshi For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mirpur | Updated: February 23 2016 9:08 pm Virat Kohli has hit only 27 sixes in 33 T20 Internationals compared to a whopping 127 boundaries (Source: AP) Related News He is among the most dreaded batsmen in international cricket right now but Indian swashbuckler Virat Kohli says he has made peace with one short coming in his game that he can’t strike big sixes Kohli has hit only 27 sixes in 33 T20 Internationals compared to a whopping 127 boundaries And talking about his game ahead of the Asia Cup starting on Wednesday the marauding right-hander said he has come to terms with being just a four-hitter ALSO READ:India’s batting a challenge for bowlers in all formats:Mashrafe Mortaza “The game plan in my initial days in T20 was to get 10 off 10 and then take off But I realised that I don’t have the kind of shots to hit big sixes I have come to terms with the fact that I cannot hit big sixes so I focus on boundaries” Kohli told mediapersons ahead of India’s Asia Cup T20 opener against Bangladesh in Mirpur on Tuesday “Our team has good momentum going into Asia Cup We cannot be over-confident and we have to respect every opposition” said Kohli The Indian vice-captain was all praise for Mustafizur Rahaman the pacer who tormented the Indians during their last visit where they lost the ODI series 1-2 ALSO READ: Asia Cup a whole package before World T20:Virat Kohli “Mustafizur has done really well in the last one year He spices up the game It’s important for the game to have bowlers who come in and trouble the batsmen It makes the game more competitive As a batsmen also it becomes more exciting because you think that you have to prepare differently for a bowler who has brought something new” Kohli also feels that in a tournament like next month’s World T20 it is very difficult to just focus on two or three particular teams as it can upset the gameplan “Every team is dangerous in T20 On a particular day we are not looking at any team as major threat We will take the challenge very similarly be it any team from around the world that’s the way we need to approach a tournament like the World Cup WATCH:Game changers for India “If you focus on two or three teams too much then one tends to lose focus on the rest Every game counts in this format Things can change very quickly momentum is a big factor Both India and Bangladesh are very strong but we are not focusing on strengths of the opposition too much because we need to back our strengths than find out the weaknesses in the opposition to win matches” ALSO READ:Ravi Shastri wants India to keep winning momentum intact Kohli said he is happy that to have got a three-week break from the game post the Australia tour “It was a good break after a long time I got time to get away from the game Rest was important as I was playing non-stop cricket Every cricketer’s workload is assessed differently If I play 5 games and if I don’t make runs then my workload will not be that much compared to someone else So taking all these things into consideration the physio and everyone felt that I should take a break because in the Asia Cup and World T20 we have to play with full intensity ALSO READ:Virat Kohlihappy to see Mohammad Amir back in Pakistan squad “It’s an important phase so it was good little bit of training rest spending time at home it was a good break all in all” Kohli was asked about the infamous traffic snarls in Bangladesh but the Indian captain made light of it by saying that he is more focussed on the dew factor then traffic ALSO READ:Parthiv Patel called up as cover for Dhoni “We are more concerned about the cricketing conditions than traffic Wicket does play differently a lot of times and dew can make it almost a one-sided game As for traffic I just go off to sleep while we are in the bus” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tanushree Venkatraman | Mumbai | Updated: December 17 2014 11:29 am Related News Even as the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has recently prepared new toilet designs after a decade sanitation activists from the Right to Pee (RTP) movement have rubbished these while alleging that the civic body has ignored several safety aspects that the organisation has been fighting for “The civic body seems to be more concerned with the logo design and colours instead of women’s safety We had specifically said that RCC grills should not be used in the toilets because outsiders can peep inside but that has not been taken into consideration We had also asked for women attendants in all the toilets but they have made provisions only for a male attendant We didn’t want women to face the road immediately after stepping out of the toilet and had asked for a cut-off lobby but even that has been ignored by BMC” said Supriya Sonar convenor RTP Earlier in November the civic body had sent the new designs to the activists who have been spearheading the campaign for clean and safe urinals for women across the city for their remarks and approval After analysing the new designs the activists wrote to the municipal architect stating that they could not approve the designs because the civic body has not adhered to their specifications “They have not even indicated the place where the public toilet will be constructed the drainage lines or the water connections They have completely ignored the designs we had presented in September” Sonar added The organisation will make changes in the designs and submit it to the civic body again The BMC has over 1200 public toilets for the floating population in the city The municipal architect had last designed toilet guidelines in 2005 Officials from the BMC’s Solid Waste Management (SWM) department said the new designs were made after meetings with the members of RTP The proposal sent to the RTP team for remarks and approval includes specifications including collapsible steel gates for the main entry to the toilet block RCC grills for windows signboards and coloured ceramic tiles While municipal architect Nutan Ghotage was unavailable for comments chief engineer Prakash Patil from SWM department said “There was a delay in the review meeting that we had to conduct with RTP members However we will soon hold a meeting and resolve the issue” [email protected] Submit list of NGOs to help BMC construct toilets says HC The Bombay High Court while hearing a public interest litigation (PIL) on Tuesday for providing toilet facilities for women asked the petitioner to submit a list of NGOs that can help the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to identify location for constructing such toilets While hearing this matter earlier the HC had asked all other municipal corporations in the state to follow the model adopted by Pune Municipal Corporation for providing toilets for women “Like in Pune NGOs’ help should be taken by municipal corporation to identify location for construction of toilets This cannot be done by municipal officers sitting in their offices’’ said Justices A S Oka and A S Gadkari The petitioners in this case work for a Pune-based monthly periodical that talks about women’s issues The court had expressed dissatisfaction with the response of BMC in the matter and had said that the officers had not understood the issue “The issue is not of community toilets but of providing toilets for women walking on the street’’ the Court said ENS [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: June 28 2014 2:11 am Related News The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) on Friday set aside a budget of Rs 424078 crore for infrastructure development in 2014-15 with nearly a fourth of the amount allocated for a project aimed to improve the suburban railway system The MMRDA has earmarked Rs 1000 crore for the second phase of the Mumbai Urban Transport Project (MUTP-2) It has a significant share in the development authority’s overall budget this year as the Mumbai Rail Vikas Corporation (MRVC) the infrastructure financing arm of the city’s suburban railway system is expected to purchase new trains during this budgetary year The Rs 5300-crore MUTP-2 is being partially funded by a World Bank loan of Rs 1910 crore while the rest is being funded by the MMRDA and the railways in equal parts One of the components of the projects which took off in 2012 is the purchase of 864 Electric Multiple Units (EMU) coaches At present tests are under way on two 12-car rakes in Mumbai Once the two are approved the MRVC will begin procuring the 72 rakes which will have 12 coaches each The size of MMRDA’s budget for 2014-15 has increased by a slight 5 per cent from Rs 4028 crore last year UPS Madan metropolitan commissioner at the MMRDA said “The authority has continued to make huge provision of funds for more crucial infrastructure projects for the city and the Mumbai metropolitan region This includes Metro rail monorail flyovers rail-over bridges creek bridges and road network” Other projects for which the MMRDA has apportioned a significant part of the budget are expanding the Mumbai Metro network and development of transport infrastructure in the metropolitan areas beyond the main city under the Rs 3628-crore extended Mumbai Urban Infrastructure Project (MUIP) While metro projects have been sanctioned Rs 634 crore in the 2014-15 budget the MMRDA has dished out Rs 650 crore which includes the funds needed for land acquisition to the extended MUIP project The work will include construction of four flyovers a creek-bridge over Revas creek from Revas and Karanja and two bridges at Mankoli-Motegaon road and Kalyan-Bhiwandi NH-222 near Ulhas creek among other projects Besides for the metropolitan region the MMRDA has allocated Rs 25 crore for the Virar-Alibaug Multi Modal corridor as against the Rs 50-crore allocation last year The project is at present on a slow track due to complexities involved in land acquisition Of the Rs 634 crore for metro projects Rs 500 crore have been set aside for the 335-km Colaba-Bandra-Seepz underground Metro corridor Similarly the authority has allocated Rs 400 crore for the second phase of the monorail corridor from Wadala to Jacob Circle near Byculla While the first phase from Chembur to Wadala was opened for public use in February the second phase is likely to be completed in 2015 Among other projects for the city the MMRDA has apportioned Rs 50 crore for the Worli-Sewri corridor Rs 25 crore for the Sewri-Nhava-Sheva-Mumbai-Trans Harbour Link and Rs 65 crore to develop civic amenities within the 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