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Uttar Pradesh Chief?” Check out the pictures from the launch of Asha Parekh’s biography. The Dabbang actor also had an advice for the young actresses of today he said “We know Ashaji all of us from when we were kids and she has been very great to us we all lived in the same compound Helen aunty my mother and they all were so close which today’s girls should understand that (the audience and Salman cracked up laughing) Saira aunty Shammi aunty Sadhana aunty— everyone has been really really close; it’s something that you don’t see anymore I think that’s the best quality that generation had and we have lost that quality We become friends but they were never not friends Since the time they came into the movie industry they were always together Nanda aunty is no more but Nanda aunty and Waheeda aunty were biggest of friends” Salman Khan left no stone unturned when it came to promoting the book he said “I am really really pleased that I am here book book kharido you must buy the book go buy the book because this generation has lived the cleanest lives possible professionally and personally This book would be a book of values and principles if has its highs it has its lows it has fun moments it will have a whole career graph I think is something you must read because it will only elevate you as a person Thank you” It was a beautiful evening and it seemed that Salman Khan and Asha Parekh decided to go matching in black in a lovely black saree and a smart black suit respectively With writing the foreword for this book the Kick actor has debuted in an upcoming writing career and we cannot wait for a book on his life For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: May 12 2016 12:25 am With his resignation as president Shashank Manohar has leapt off the burning deck hoping to land safely in the International Cricket Council Related News Indian cricket is in a state of churn The Supreme Court is bullish on reforms that promise to restructure the cricket board With his resignation as president Shashank Manohar has leapt off the burning deck hoping to land safely in the International Cricket Council Familiar power-hunters are eyeing the now untenanted president’s post in the BCCI Players are riding the cash-rich rollercoaster that is the IPL Television ratings suggest that fatigue has set in among cricket-watchers Meanwhile in England a parliamentary committee will grill the chairman of its cricket board in the near future The gentleman’s game has seen better days June 29 is the date set for the next hearing of the Supreme Court The chief justice of the country has been spending two hours every afternoon on the game of cricket listening to arguments from the counsels of the BCCI and its associations Justice TS Thakur has kept reprimanding and pushing the BCCI to accept the reforms suggested by the Lodha committee while the BCCI and its wings have tried to stall if not resist outright They have done a few things on their own — appointing a CEO clearing conflict of interest issues attempting to bring more transparency by putting more details on their website But the SC wants them to go further and change the BCCI’s very soul Will the recommendations of the Lodha committee change cricket as we know it It will take ministers and ageing industrialists out of the picture make it a tad more professional get more bargaining power for former players in the administration It will be interesting to see how that player power plays out in actual practice Not all examples of players-turned-administrators have been great advertisements for their tribe Overhauling the BCCI is one thing but trying to change the fabric of state associations — a cluster of club members individuals and patrons — is a different and difficult task We can see that change is on the way but it’s not clear as yet how it will play out in the real world For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWashington:Controversial Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump has alleged that countries like China and India are taking away jobs from the US and vowed to bring them back for Americans Trump made the remarks while predicting that he will earn a "tremendous amount" of support from African-Americans "You are seeing the stories when African-American leaders are saying ‘my people really like Trump’ because I am going to bring jobs back from China from Mexico Japan and Vietnam and India.and all these places that are taking our jobs and I’am going to bring back jobs" he told CNN Donald Trump Reuters "I’m going to do great with the African-Americans African-American youth is 58 per cent unemployed African-Americans in their prime are substantially worse off than the whites in their prime and it’s a very sad situation" the 69-year-old said Trump known for being openly critical of many countries like China Mexico and Japan in many of his speeches had last month said India is "doing great" but no one talks about it Trump has a number of real estate interests in India His remarks yesterday came after his emphatic victory in the South Carolina primary The victory gave him two wins and one second-place finish in the first three primaries and consolidated his front-runner billing Trump also predicted that the presidential contest will be between him and Hillary Clinton and they will bring out the "greatest turnout" in US history "Frankly if she (Clinton) gets indicted that’s the only way she’s going to be stopped I think it’s going to be Hillary and myself" the real estate mogul said "They say it will be the largest voter turnout in the history of United States elections.we have such a low voter turnout compared to a lot of other countries so I think it will be the greatest voter turnout in history If its Hillary against me that is going to be a tremendous turnout.I am gonna win" Trump said The former reality TV star said he expects to win enough delegates to clinch the Republican nomination before the party’s convention in July "I don’t think we’re going to have a convention a brokered convention I think it’s unlikely I think I’m doing better than that" he said Trump also laid out his own road map to general election victory pinpointing two states — Michigan and New York –that he said he would sweep into the Republican column "I’ll win states that aren’t in play I’ll win states that Republicans don’t even think of" Trump said PTI Chennai: Leading a protest in Chennai against the Land Acquisition Bill DMK on Friday asked the BJP government at the Centre to ponder over whether it should go ahead ignoring "just arguments" against the legislation DMK chief M Karunanidhi PTI DMK President M Karunanidhi alleged that archrival AIADMK had supported the Bill in return for a "personal benefit" for its chief Jayalalithaa in the disproportionate assets case Insisting that the Bill was "anti-farmer" Karunanidhi said it has been opposed by various parties including JD(U) leader and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar besides social activist Anna Harare "Nitish Kumar has registered his opposition (by going on a fast) and has said he will not implement it in Bihar BJP government should ponder over whether the Act should be implemented despite all these just arguments" against it he said Taking a dig at AIADMK and its supremo Jayalalithaa he recalled that the party had opposed the UPA’s Land Act in 2013 but had supported the present one from the NDA government "Nobody with any common sense can deny that it (AIADMK’s support) was in return for (Jayalalithaa’s) personal favour" he said referring to the Rs 6665 crore assets case Karnataka High Court has reserved orders on an appeal by Jayalalithaa against her conviction by a special court in September The DMK chief said if people’s aspirations were not respected by rulers they could face downfall in the form of a revolution PTIs highest government levies on telecom players. 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