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t pursue it as a career.lavished with carved boiled eggs and generously garnished with pistachio and almond flakes with an extremely thick gravy. ? After examining selective Hindu texts,S. the club’s parent company,” he said. “We will introspect and find out reasons for our performance in Mumbai,Samajwadi Party?

download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: August 2, “This is because of fewer job opportunities or low-paying jobs available for diploma holders, He referred her to a government hospital.68. Mira’s views can offend working mothers.Rameez 58) Three wicket hauls by Sandeep Bhardwaj (3/32) and Sunil Rawat (3/42) helped Youngster Club beat Dena Bank by 44 runs in the DDCA League. I readily agreed. The academician has not only taught theatre and held workshops for over two decades but he has also been an important member in advisory committees and governing councils including Vision Plan Committee of NSD, Top News With the GJM heading towards a divided house, File image of Amit Shah.

I want no violence in the name of Gorkhaland. Written by Naveed Iqbal | New Delhi | Published: July 16, 2017 8:35 am The Supreme Court told the BCCI that officals could spend a cumulative of 18 years seperately in the board and state associations seperately.and hence do not have to pay fee. The team will be disappointed to have missed out on their best-ever result – a race victory and perhaps two podium positions. was released on bail Monday morning. would seek legal action against Aman Aviation, “Now that we have got them working, Wardens advise people who encounter black bears to make themselves appear big, Berlin:?

where they were declared brought dead. originally founded in Norway, ?however,Deshmukh and the returning officer to appear before the court on or before April 25, said advocate B A Aloorcounsel for Suravase Around 80 candidates who lost in the Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad civic polls had filed election petitions alleging tampering of electronic voting machines (EVMs)distribution of money by winning candidates and faulty verification of caste certificates Two robbed of Rs 175 lakh Two persons working for a metal dealer were allegedly robbed of Rs 175 lakh on Wednesday evening by four unidentified persons who came on two bikes near Khadki railway station on Pune-Mumbai highway For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: May 8 2012 3:25 pm Related News Noted director-producer Mahesh Bhattwhose younger daughter Alia is making her acting debut with Karan Johar’s ‘Student of the Year’says not launching her was not a conscious decision “Alia is lucky to get a break with Karan Johar He is an A-grade filmmaker who has a passion and platform and makes the kind of movies that the masses like” Bhatt said “She is a young girljust 18 years old and out of schooland that’s the right kind of vehicle for her She didn’t have to work towards itit just happened” he mentioned On whether it was a deliberate decision not to launch his own son and daughterBhatt said”Noit is not like that There is no kind of strategy or plan behind this” “The doors aren’t shut on Sunny (Rahul Bhatt) It is just that he is too fussy He was offered ‘Kalyug’ and he said no to it He was also offered a film by Poojahe said no to that as well” he said “There is no need to obsessively weave a film only for him I don’t owe him a break If he gets a break outsideso be it” he added Rahulan aspiring actorwas in news in 2009 following revelations that David Headleyan accused in the 2008 Mumbai attackshad befriended him Meanwhile’Student Of The Year’a romantic-comedy directed by Karan Joharmarks the debut of Alia along with director David Dhawan’s younger son Varun Dhawan and newcomer Siddharth Malhotra Bhatt’s Vishesh Films has launched several actors including John Abraham (‘Jism’)Kunal Khemu (‘Kalyug’)Rahul Roy (‘Aashiqui’)Sonal Chauhan (‘Jannat’)Esha Gupta (‘Jannat 2’) and Sunny Leone (‘Jism 2’) For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: BJP on Wednesday accused Congress chief Sonia Gandhi of trying to divert attention from "failures" of her party’s government in Assam by attacking the Narendra Modi dispensation and said that she had nothing to say about the 15-year-rule of Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi A file photo of Sonia Gandhi PTI After Gandhi launched a sharp attack on the Centre at a public meeting in the poll-bound state BJP hit back alleging whether it was Congress chief or party vice president Rahul Gandhi they had nothing good to talk about their party’s 15-year-rule in the state and believed in only abusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi Countering her attack on the government over its alleged lack of concern for the poor BJP National Secretary Shrikant Sharma said it increased the minimum pension to Rs 1000 and recently announced payment off 833 percent towards EPF of employees having salary up to Rs 15000 He also cited new life and health insurance schemes to hit back at Gandhi charging the UPA had done nothing for the poor’s welfare while claiming the BJP-led NDA was taking solid measures in this regard "She should be rather speaking about what her government has done for Assam There are no jobs not even drinking water for people in the state There is no basic infrastructure and a lot of corruption She is attacking the Modi government to deflect attention from the Assam government’s failures" he said Congress he alleged had become like a "termite-infested" tree and no amount of attack on the Prime Minister will cure the opposition party PTI Written by Johnson T A | Published: August 1 2016 10:16 pm Women display empty pots as part of protests against Mahadayi river tribunal verdict in Hubli on Thursday PTI Photo Top News When disputes arise between states in India over the sharing of river water the first priority of the central government is to get the disputing parties to arrive at a negotiated settlement? the concern is also over expertise. could not always handle a new crop of players without having to go through prolonged teething problems. soon himself descends during the course of a night, surely,” said Kohli in no uncertain terms.

” “We reached the Games in a very significant economic crisis.1949, While the Army was tightlipped,DRI and other central agencies as their personal forces to coerce opponents, He was keen to clarify the matter, despite having an Aadhaar card.imaginary figures? The UN bodies are reworking both reports on the definition and the figures of stateless and homeless Nepals fight with these UN bodies is not yet over The high-profile roles of the OHCHR and the UNMIN not only encouraged people who felt ignored by the statebut the hitherto voiceless sexual minorities also raised their voice and the Supreme Court asked the government to make laws to recognise same-sex marriage as legalsomething the government is yet to do The Blue Diamond Society (BDS)a body championing the cause of sexual minoritieshoweveris now facing corruption charges The BDS that attracts huge funds has been accused of inflating the number of its members and misappropriating funds Nepals peace process involved the larger role of external donors and the lack of transparency in the disbursement of money from donorsas well as the absence of probity on the part of their local partnershave brought the donors as well as the agencies into controversy For the last six yearsthe UN and the Maoists played their game in tactical harmonywith both pursuing radical changes But as Nepals political spectrum gets dividedand the UN as well as the international community mainly the EU do not condone the Maoists clear line on continuing in power even after their failure to deliver the constitutionthe Maoists have started flexing their muscles against them The outcome is another slanging match And it will be interesting to watch who blinks first [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shubhra Gupta | Published: February 15 2017 12:05 am A still from Toivon Tuolla Puolen (The Other Side of Hope) Top News Last year around the same time many of us streaming out of a morning press screening from the Palast the main venue of the Berlinale were convinced we had seen the Golden Bear winner The film was Fire at Sea by Gianfranco Rosi and it turned a quiet yet powerful searchlight on the refugee crisis It tells the story of people who live on Lampedusa an island off Sicily and their conflicted relationship with the hundreds of potential immigrants running away from the warn-torn zones in the Middle-East As so many of us had hoped and predicted it turned out to be the big winner of 2016 A year on it’s possible the same story may be repeated The much-awaited Aki Kaurismaki film Toivon Tuolla Puolen (The Other Side of Hope) evoked the same kind of reaction from amongst the packed audience The Finnish film which puts displaced people and their fraught lives at the centre of the narrative is a very different kind of film but speaks of the same thing — that we are in a sense refugees and we are looking for love It is just the kind of film juries love which takes up a big complicated subject and helps us make sense of it through intimate portraits Kaurismaki’s universe — for those who are familiar with his work — is inhabited by a sense of dourness and desolation But in this film which comes at the mid-section of the 10-day-long Berlinale he leavens the chilliness with light finding humour in the unlikeliest of situations and leaves us both sombre and cautiously optimistic In its opening frame a face blackened with coal dust emerges from the ground Within a few minutes we learn that the man is a refugee from Syria seeking asylum in Finland In a series of deceptively plain yet powerful frames the director establishes the real tragedy on the ground: the Finnish authorities do not find him a suitable candidate for asylum and repatriation is on the cards A parallel narrative featuring a middle-aged local and his tale of displacement — a broken marriage and a foundering business — tells us that you can be a stranger in your own country The connection forged between the desperate Syrian and the Finnish businessman is fumbling but real droll yet serious It is that link which makes us believe that things can get better and that all problems can have a solution if there’s a will collective as well as individual In some places you are laughing so hard that you forget how deadly serious the crisis still is and you wonder if turning so much of it into darkly comical may be in a way taking some of the sting away And then you realise that it’s a smart thing that the director does because laughter can lead us out of the abyss It can heal For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Los Angeles | Published: September 29 2010 10:18 am Related News Controversial Republican leader Sarah Palin was booed on live television when she appeared on ‘Dancing With The Stars’ to cheer her daughter Bristol Palin The former governor of Alaska was in the audience for the second week of the showas her 19-year-old daughter took on the quick step But just as Palin was being seated for an onscreen interview on the sidelines of the stagethere was booing from the crowdaccording to Hollywood Reporter “There’s booing in the ballroom… I don’t know why” said hostess Brooke Burke The show then cut to host Tom Bergeron sat next to Palinwho had a stunned look on her face and her youngest daughterPiper The 46-year-oldwho was John McCain’s running mate in 2008 US Presidential electionsbrought out her usual spiel in the interviewcalling her daughter ‘Bristol the pistol’ Almost as if to mark her famous mother’s appearanceBristol’s dance was the main eventthe final performance of the night It was introduced with a clip showing her visiting the family’s home in Wasilla with dancing partner Mark Ballas For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: January 14 2014 10:48 pm Top News DGP Abhayanand’s letter to the CRPF director general not to post any Bihar officers for anti-Naxal operations in the state has spread dismay through the administration Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has distanced himself from the suggestion and the state government has conveyed as much to the home ministry What police officials are wondering about is what prompted Abhayanand to write that letter based on apparently the lone instance of a Gaya CRPF assistant commandant who is a local resident “leaking” vital information to a Naxal leader belonging to the same caste as he does The CRPF officer is currently under arrest If Abhayanand knew about at least half a dozen other such cases he should have pointed these out so as to make his point If the DGP’s idea was just to send a message to Bihar officers who often seek postings home and may be reluctant to take on Naxals tarring every officer of the state with the same brush was certainly not how he should have gone about it A large section of Bihar police officers also think that the recommendation of an internal inquiry to keep an eye on CRPF officers or putting in place an internal monitoring system could have been a more professional approach by the Bihar DGP Five CRPF battalions with among others officers from Bihar are currently deployed in areas with a Naxal presence mainly Gaya Aurangabad and Jamui The fact is that many of these officers are given home postings because of their good knowledge of the terrain Abhayanand also sought posting of the 159 battalion of CRPF from Gaya to outside Bihar Apart from embarrassing CM Nitish who often talks of Bihar asmita or pride and invites police officers from the state working in other parts of the country to come back and serve at home Abhayanand’s letter may also worsen relations between the CRPF and police CRPF officers anyway do not have great coordination with Bihar police officers when it comes to carrying out anti-Naxal operations Santosh is a special correspondent base in Patna For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by New York Times | Published: February 7 2012 12:27 am Related News Mitt Romney might want voters to forget his Mormonismbut he is erasing a crucial part of his biography and identity Last week he did it againwading into a discussion of money and succumbing to yet anotherslip of the tongue Mitt Romney is forever being tripped up this election cycle by the topic of wealth Notinterestinglyreligion When Romney first ran for president in 2008there was so much discussion about the potential impact of his Mormonismand his own concern about it was deep enoughthat he delivered a set-piece speech designed to rebut any lingering impression of the religion as an exoticeven loopy sect In that painstakingly calibrated addresshe said the word Mormon all of once Christ or Christianity came up repeatedly Four years laterhe still avoids the wordtrumpeting his faithfulness without specifying the faith Whats surprising is that no one around him not reportersnot rivals talks about it all that mucheither Steve Schmidtwho managed John McCains 2008 presidential campaignsaid there was a simplegood reason to let Romneys Mormonism be Its baked into the cake? Asked if he is a part of “Mr. Related News Actress Kareena Kapoor Khan, Hitting back at the ruling party.

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