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Related News With his suave debonair including the incredulously raised eyebrow his refined accent and smooth voice he was a natural choice to portray the world’s most famous British spy after the first actor gave up Despite a phobia of firearms fear of heights and disliking getting wet Sir Roger Moore would go on to appear the most – seven times – as James Bond which completely overshadowed the rest of his long acting career In fact it is hard to think of any cinematic portrayal of Moore outside a 007 film Be it fleeing assassins in an autorickshaw amid tumult of an Indian street skiing away from pursuers through an icy mountain fighting off a gigantic steel-toothed man in the Egyptian desert or outer space telling the priest in a confessional “Forgive me Father for I have sinned” only for the disguised Q to retort: “That’s putting it mildly 007” or cuddling up a Russian spy under the eyes of two sets of shocked high officials everyone would have their favourite Moore as Bond moment Also Read |Sir Roger Moore: The Saint who turned James Bond seven times tracing the legend’s journey But Moore who was both appreciated and attacked for his approach to the role was not in much awe of it “To me the Bond situations are so ridiculous so outrageous I mean this man is supposed to be a spy and yet everybody knows he’s a spy Every bartender in the world offers him martinis that are shaken not stirred What kind of serious spy is recognised everywhere he goes It’s outrageous So you have to treat the humour outrageously as well My personality is entirely different than previous Bonds I’m not that cold-blooded killer type Which is why I play it mostly for laughs” he once said And while detractors said he didn’t look “tough” he was no weakling once beating up Lee Marvin while they were filming Shout at the Devil (1976) Marvin a legendary hell-raiser later admitted that Moore was “built like granite” and that “nobody will ever underestimate him again” Also read | Former James Bond star Sir Roger Moore dead at 89 But there was more to Moore After giving up playing the secret agent who defeats evil masterminds he tried to help children around the world as a Unicef Goodwill Ambassador (succeeding his friend Audrey Hepburn in the role) The only son of London policeman George Alfred Moore and the Calcutta-born Lillian Moore was born on October 14 1927 Called for national service in 1946 he served in Germany and rose to the rank of Captain which his time reportedly also included a stint in military intelligence He enrolled in the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in 1945 but left after a couple of terms to become a paid actor His first onscreen appearance was an extra in the Claude Rains-Vivien Leigh starrer “Caesar and Cleopatra” (1945) Moving to the US in 1953 he only got bit roles in films throughout the 1950s but found a little more visibility on TV movies and serials In fact it was these that brought him to greater public visibility as the titular hero in an adaptation of Sir Walter Scott’s Ivanhoe (1958-59) but especially as Simon Templar in the long-running TV series “The Saint” (1962-69) It was as this wisecracking Robin Hood-type criminal with a golden heart dubbed the ‘Saint’ due to his initials that Moore developed the mannerisms that would serve him well as James Bond When Sean Connery refused to do any more Bond films after You Only Live Twice (1967) Moore was on the short-list to succeed him but Australian George Lazenby became the second Bond – though only in On His Majesty’s Secret Service (1969) After Connery who was coaxed back for Diamonds are Forever (1971) left for good Moore succeeded him – though at 45 he was the oldest Bond actor Live and Let Die (1973) The Man with the Golden Gun (1974) The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) Moonraker(1979) For Your Eyes Only” (1981) Octopussy (1983) have all been deemed classic Bond films though Moore’s firearm phobia made for repeated takes his dislike of getting wet took a toss given all these had scenes near water or the sea and involved motorboat chases and he used a double for running scenes Getting conscious of his age which meant his leading ladies were “younger than my daughter” he bowed out with A View to a Kill (1985) which was his least-liked And while he has other acclaimed films like Wild Geese (1978) Escape to Athena (1979) or The Sea Wolves (1980) it is Bond that Moore will be remembered for But he was unfazed “I didn’t regret any of it … I see the blogs where people write that I was too light and I was too old I would love to be remembered as one of the greatest Lears or Hamlets But as that’s not going to happen I’m quite happy I did Bond” he said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Devendra Pandey | Mumbai | Updated: August 16 2017 10:03 am Piyush Chawla claimed that he is excited tojoin his new side which has won 3 trophies in the past 3 years Related News UTTAR PRADESH leg-spinner Piyush Chawla is all set to shift base for the upcoming domestic season After spending nearly a dozen years representing his home state of Uttar Pradesh in all domestic competitions the leg-spinner will be part of Parthiv Patel’s Gujarat team who will be looking to defend their Ranji Trophy crown from last season Chawla 28 has been around the Indian cricket scene for well over a decade but has played in just three Tests between 2006 and 2012 and taken 7 wickets And most of his 386 first-class wickets came in the nearly 100 matches he played for Uttar Pradesh Chawla will be the second UP cricketer to move west to Gujarat after another mainstay RP Singh made a similar shift two years ago Chawla though like RP didn’t cite any issue with his home team for taking the decision to move “I had a word with Parthiv (Gujarat captain) and expressed my intention to play for Gujarat There is no specific reason of me leaving UP I have explained my point of view to the UPCA and they got my point” Chawla told The Indian Express explaining the shift Chawla broke into the Indian team when he was still only 17 and was touted to be a future star while making his debut against England at Mohali in 2006 But he’s somehow never lived up to that early hype and has since been overshadowed by a number of other spinners including fellow leg-spinner Amit Mishra It is only recently however that he’s slipped out of the reckoning coming to the fore more during the IPL season after season for two-time winners Kolkata Knight Riders Considering how young he is—he’s the same age as Ravindra Jadeja and two years younger than R Ashwin—it’s unlikely that Chawla has given up on a possible India recall And it’s not surprising to hear him mention the more spinner-friendly pitches in the western part of the country as having been one of the key reasons behind the move Gujarat play mostly at Valsad and Surat which have seen spinners dominate proceedings Chawla only played two Ranji games for UP last year and managed all of two wickets But he’s expecting to play a more integral and significant role for his new team as a professional player A role he feels like RP who was one of the stars of Gujarat’s Ranji win last season UP’s failure to win a major trophy over the last decade could well have been another factor behind Chawla turning professional The presence of Kuldeep Yadav who’s now emerged as a major future hope for India in the UP squad meant that Chawla was no longer the primary spinner “As a player it’s quite exciting to join a team which has won 3 trophies in the last 3 years It’s not that I was not happy in UP but something was missing I want to add value to the team When you go as a professional you have that added responsibility on your shoulders The pressure is different which often enhances your performance” he added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by K M Chandrasekhar | Updated: March 31 2016 11:13 am PM Narendra Modi will leave for Brussels on Tuesday to attend India-EU summit Related News The recent events in Brussels following the terror attacks in Paris last year once again re-emphasise the vulnerability of all parts of the world to militancy and extremism of all kinds I stayed in Brussels from 1999 to 2001 working for the Indian embassy Brussels was a quiet sleepy little city beautifully organised with green areas interspersed with concrete structures It’s the headquarters of the European Union (EU) and I had a great deal to do with the European Commission which is effectively the secretariat of the Union The EU has a Council which is the highest political body and it has a Commission which is the administrative wing There’s also a European Parliament which functioned then more like a giant civil society organisation that would suddenly and unexpectedly take up issues throwing many countries off balance from time to time Belgium is a beautiful country It is small and it used to be said that if one drove 40 minutes in any direction one would be out of the country WATCH| Modi in Brussels: Modi Calls On All Nations To Unite Against Terrorism Belgium prided itself on its intelligence mechanism and security network It generally followed a policy of not interfering with demonstrations or “manifestations” as they were called of any kind unless driven to the extreme On one occasion when KPS Gill came to Brussels it was reported that he had been slightly manhandled by a Sikh agitator When Gill decided to come again to Brussels during my tenure there as deputy chief of mission I was apprehensive I thought the Belgian authorities would provide him some security but they were categorical in asserting that their intelligence information was that he was safe and that they would maintain discreet surveillance without any overt security support I tried to persuade Gill not to come through the MEA but he can be adamant Fortunately the visit passed off without any incident The confidence of the Belgian government and the Belgian security establishment must have been seriously shaken by the recent incidents and the knowledge that the nerve centre of European terrorism was probably located in this small country which plays host to many international organisations Shockingly the explosion at the Maelbeek metro station took place barely 200 meters from the headquarters of the European Commission This brings me back to the general Western approach to the issue of terrorism and its evolution over the years The first ever India-EU Summit was held on June 28 2000 when I was still in Brussels While I was responsible for negotiating the portions of the proposed joint declaration on matters relating to trade and economy political issues were negotiated by my foreign service colleagues in the embassy and in the MEA India argued vehemently for strong language on Afghanistan then ruled with an iron hand by the Taliban European diplomats at that time held that the Taliban should be slowly and patiently encouraged to join the global mainstream through persuasion and friendly overtures Terrorist events at that time were confined to India and some other developing countries and the West felt terrorism would never cross its own boundaries I particularly remember Vivek Katju then joint secretary in the MEA putting forward his case brilliantly with a great deal of conviction The joint secretary in charge of Western Europe Bhaswati Mukherjee with her remarkable fluency in French was forceful and persuasive At the end of the day however India could not persuade the Europeans to make specific references to the burgeoning militancy and terrorism in Afghanistan The language used was as follows: “We share the conviction that terrorism remains a major threat to international peace and security and constitutes a serious violation of the rights of innocent individuals and of the integrity of states” It went on to talk of “unreserved condemnation of terrorism” and of strengthened cooperation within the UN Charter and in accordance with international law Along came 9/11 and the West suddenly realised that terrorism in its most extreme form could strike it too with horrific impact What was considered to be essentially a third-world problem now began to be seen as a global threat of massive dimensions In fact the entire approach of Western states to the problems arising out of terrorism had been guided throughout the past several decades by their own perception of their geopolitical interests and the positioning of countries vis-à-vis the Cold War In that sense 9/11 marks a watershed in the history of global policies on terrorism The suspicion with which India was viewed gradually began to diminish aided also by the statesmanlike policies of Atal Bihari Vajpayee Manmohan Singh and now Narendra Modi The changed approach to terrorism was reflected in the third EU-India Summit in Copenhagen Much stronger language was used in the joint declaration It talked of the “determination to combat terrorism” emphasised that “there can be no justification for terrorism and that those who perpetrate and sponsor it will be brought to justice” It supported the new Transitional Authority under Hamid Karzai and expressed the “determination to support the Afghan government in combating the forces of terrorism” That the joint approach of India and the EU to terrorism became stronger and stronger over the years is evident from the joint communiqués issued from time to time The ninth summit held in Marseille on September 29 2008 reaffirmed “their strong and continued commitment to the government of Afghanistan in its efforts to build a democratic and pluralistic society” and to strengthen Afghan security and military forces Nor is the concern with terrorism confined to Afghanistan The fact that terrorism can strike anywhere at any time and that all countries are equally at risk has now become obvious to all political leaders across the globe Western policies are in my opinion still rather ambivalent and the on-off approach followed in dealing with terror-related issues results in a lingering malaise which may take many hundreds of lives before the world sees reason and acts cohesively The decision of the Indian prime minister to attend the current summit in Brussels regardless of the recent terrorist attacks is a bold step which sends a strong message that will resonate across the world The writer a former Union cabinet secretary was the deputy chief of mission at the Indian Embassy in Brussels during the first India-EU Summit in 2000 For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: April 17 2014 1:42 am Related News Lieutenant-Governor Najeeb Jung has stamped the Delhi (Compulsory Registration of Marriage) Order 2014 which makes mandatory the registration of all marriages solemnised in Delhi “irrespective of caste creed and religion” The gazette notification was signed by the Divisional Commissioner on Wednesday making it a law in Delhi While the new order specifies that registration of marriages solemnised in Delhi is compulsory and failing to do so will invite a penalty of Rs 1000 it also specifies that the order would come in to effect “on the date of its notification in the official gazette” Divisional Commissioner Dharam Pal who signed the order said it would be printed and notified in the official gazette next week While the new rules will not have any retrospective effect every marriage solemnised in Delhi after the notification of the order will have to be registered within six months “This order shall extend to all marriages solemnised in Delhi irrespective of caste creed and religion professed by parties to the marriage It shall come into effect on the date of its notification in the official gazette” read the order The new rules make it compulsory to register marriage and also seek to ensure that underage marriages are not registered but discouraged On compulsory registration of marriage sub-clause (a) of Section 2 in the order reads: “On the commencement of this order any marriage solemnised in Delhi between a male having completed 21 years of age and a female having completed 18 years of age on the date of solemnisation of the marriage and of which at least one of the parties is an Indian citizen such marriage shall be compulsorily registerable in accordance with this order irrespective of caste creed and religion professed by any party or parties to such marriage” To facilitate registration in case of urgency on priority basis optional facility for “tatkal registration of marriage” shall be available subject to payment ofRs 10000 the order says For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: May 30 2012 2:18 am Related News MunIcipal Commissioner Mahesh Pathak on Tuesday said that a meeting with Kirkee Cantonment Board (KCB) and Bombay Engineering Group (BEG) will be held on Thursday to resolve the issue of BEG campus nullah channelising work The KCB has conveyed that they have no problem with the civic body taking up the work of channelising the nullah that passes through the BEG campus We urge BEG to allow the cleaning of the nullah that is blocked and could result in a disaster during monsoon? was chopped off at Doda’s farmhouse in Abohar on December 11.
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