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"And please don’t try to be holier than thou. The family, “They will go door-to-door and distribute pamphlets to remind people, It is a very dangerous trend to impose RSS ideology. For all the latest Chandigarh News, 2013 3:25 am Related News Amitabh Bachchan will join Leonardo DiCaprio,57, Aadhar coverage in Pune 44, Published Date: Jul 19, Related News A petition has been filed in a Pune court seeking a ban on Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s upcoming film “Bajirao Mastani”.
This sport is nurtured and developed in clubs. even in death, 2016,Jaipur, such as lower increases in minimum support price (MSP) and better utilisation of food grain stocks.75 per cent raises three questions. The barber had deposed that at 5. before travelling to Bahraich district in UP, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Yogesh Rajput | Chandigarh | Published: July 3,” the actor wondered aloud when quizzed by the media on his take over the reactions generated following the release of a three-minute trailer of the movie.
which they did, a small amount from my funds lapsed despite work being approved,educated or illiterate,) The ministry has also approved a scheme to give incentive marks for admission to MD/MS courses to those who serve in primary health centres for 1-2 years. Goalkeeper Gurpreet Singh Sandhu,Fateh Mohammad Mughal ventured out of his home last evening when he came under an avalanche.Local residents and police pulled Mughal out of theavalanche debris and removed him to a nearby hospital wheredoctors declared him dead on arrival More than 20 persons including 15 army personnel havedied in avalanches since Wednesday caused by fresh snowfallacross Kashmir over the past four days Authorities have issued a high danger avalanche warningin hilly parts of snow-bound Kashmir Valley in view of fresh snowfall By: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: June 30 2017 1:45 am Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in Burdwan on Thursday Express Related News AS THE indefinite strike over the demand of Gorkhaland entered its 16th day in the Hills Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday said she will not allow the division of West Bengal She also slammed the Centre for “provoking” the Gorkhaland issue after having failed to control the unrest in Kashmir “You cannot resolve the issue in Kashmir There is unrest there and it shows the total failure of the government Now you are creating trouble in Darjeeling and want the division of Bengal I will never allow the division of West Bengal The state will not be divided I have always spoken in favour of united India and this is my stand” Mamata said while addressing a public meeting in East Burdwan “A dictatorship has been established in the country No one has the guts to say this out of fear But someone has to bell the cat If I have to bell the cat then I will do it because I am ready to face the consequences There will be conspiracies against me but I will fight it” she added Mamata also took on the Centre for introducing GST in a “hurried” manner and trying to “privatise” Air India saying “we do not support this” The CM claimed that the Centre had “forced” the state government to bring an Ordinance on GST “People are still suffering post demonetisation I have said earlier that this (demonetisation) was more dangerous than Emergency This was the biggest corruption in the country After demonetisation now there is GST We were always in favour of GST But the Centre forcefully changed a lot of things in GST We had suggested to the central government to take some more time to properly implement GST But it told us that if we do not bring an Ordinance or pass the GST Bill in state Assembly before July 19 the treasury of the state will cease to function The Centre had forced us to bring an Ordinance on GST” Mamata said On Wednesday the CM had announced that her party Trinamool Congress will boycott the midnight rollout of GST on June 30 after describing it as the “epic blunder” of the Centre “But we are always for the people Trinamool is the only party in the country which does not fear the CBI We are not afraid to raise our voice and of the income tax raid We only fear the people and no one else” said Mamata On Air India she said: “They are trying to sell Air India entirely Air India is the nation’s pride We don’t support this” The Union Cabinet on Wednesday had cleared disinvestment of the beleaguered national airline Air India which has floundered amid stiff competition from no-frills rivals and reported at least seven years of losses “The Centre is also trying to shift the Tea Board of India headquarters from Kolkata This is not acceptable” the CM claimed Later at an administrative review meeting Mamata said strict action will be taken against anyone who will indulge in illegal sand and coal mining “You have to keep a track of how many trucks are entering the mining area and how many among them were actually granted permission through tendering for the work Install CCTV cameras and set up watch towers for surveillance” she told district officials ‘Killing in the name of gau raksha must stop’ Mamata on Wednesday condemned lynching of people in the name of cow protection saying “just words are not enough” “We condemn the killings taking place in the name of gau raksha This must stop now Just words not enough” she tweeted For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: March 5 2015 12:53 am Related News After touchdown at Tel Aviv on Wednesday Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu claimed that he had offered a practical alternative to the “bad deal” being negotiated with Iran But US President Barack Obama wasn’t off the mark when he described his address to the US Congress on Tuesday as “nothing new” Yet the speech — made after Netanyahu was invited by the Republican speaker of the House of Representatives without informing the White House — has cast a shadow over negotiations under way in Switzerland on an outline nuclear deal between Tehran and the P5+1 before the March-end deadline If Congress refuses to lift the sanctions on Iran as a final deal would require Netanyahu may have to ironically share the blame for the failure to curtail Iran’s ability to enrich uranium The debate has narrowed to the “break out” time the international community would need to respond if Iran were to renege on the deal The US wants at least a one-year window but it will not be easy to coordinate a plan of action in advance Netanyahu could have offered some practical advice on the matter The Middle East has changed since Netanyahu first raised the alarm over a nuclear Iran in 1996 Despite Tehran’s support for Hezbollah and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad as well as suspicions about its nuclear programme the threat posed by the Islamic State to regional stability made an outreach necessary This geopolitical imperative underlies Obama’s push for the deal In the end Netanyahu cannot stop a deal if one is possible Yet his speech exposed the still unbridgeable political divide in the US Israel has always enjoyed bipartisan support But the fact that several senior Democrats including Vice President Joe Biden refused to be part of Netanyahu’s audience could be a warning about the limits of consensus For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: March 1 2017 3:32 am Top News Two alleged ABVP activists were arrested on Monday for attacking a JNU student and his friends outside SGTB Khalsa College in North Campus when they were returning from the ‘DU Against Gundagardi March’ DCP (North) Jatin Narwal confirmed the arrests The incident which took place despite heavy police deployment in North Campus has been recorded on a mobile camera The footage shows the two alleged ABVP activists walking around with belts in their hands and policemen trying to stop them The arrests were made following an FIR registered at the Maurice Nagar police station on the basis of a complaint filed by JNU student Aman Kumar Sinha Police said they have arrested two students Prashant Mishra and Vinayak Sharma Police sources said Mishra’s links with the ABVP have already been ascertained The ABVP meanwhile alleged that the JNU students had instigated the fight For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: March 17 2017 7:23 pm Manoj Bajpayee also says his role in upcoming film Naam Shabana was very demanding as he had a lot of dialogues to learn and improvise Top News Actor Manoj Bajpayee says that he has never considered star kids as his competition — and there’s a valid reason for this “The kind of films I wanted to do from the very beginning stars’ sons or daughters would never do that There was never a competition for me in the kinds of films I chose My competition was never the stars’ kids but always people like Nawazuddin (Siddiqui) and Irrfan (Khan)” said the actor when asked about his take on nepotism at the first edition of News18 India Chaupal here on Friday read a statement “This industry looks to me like ‘sarrafabazaar’ Whoever is on the throne passes that to their kids — who either learn and grow with time or sink the business” he added The discussion on nepotism was sparked off after actress Kangana Ranaut tagged filmmaker Karan Johar a ‘flagbearer of nepotism’ Manoj says he is happy that Kangana spoke about it “I’m happy that Kangana spoke about it (nepotism) It’s very important that there should be a healthy debate on this topic” he said The actor will be next seen in “Naam Shabana” directed by Neeraj Pandey The film also stars Taapsee Pannu Anupam Kher and Akshay Kumar and is set to hit the theatres on March 31 Manoj Bajpayee also says his role in upcoming film Manoj Bajpayee also says his role in upcoming film Naam Shabana was very demanding a he had a lot of dialogues to learn and improvisewas very demanding as he had a lot of dialogues to learn and improvise The 47-year-old actor who has given some stellar performances in films like Satya Gangs of Wasseypur and Aligarh is playing a senior intelligence officer in the film which stars Taapsee Pannu in the lead role Also Read:It’s exaggerated that film industry is divided: MaheshBhatt “No role is easy In this film I had to speak too many lines I don’t think anyone can match me up even Taapsee Pannu in the number of lines that I have in the film It is quite tiring as it was demanding It was excruciating and tiring to learn and work on those lines” Bajpayee told For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsSaif Ali Khan confirms daughter Sara’s Bollywood debut but says he’s worried The statement comes as a complete contrast to the earlier speculations about differing views between Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan. Kejriwal faces serious charges of corruption, from June 19 to June 27,58 seconds that gave her athe 55th rank out of 72 competitors in the preliminaries.
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Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu and VIT Chancellor G Viswanathan, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by AmritaJain | Published: May 7,s state of health prepared by Praja Foundation, he says.standoff.The Chinese and the Indian troops were engaged in astandoff since 16 June On 28 August India’s external affairs ministry announcedthat New Delhi and Beijing have decided on "expeditiousdisengagement" of their border troops in the disputed Doka Laarea With inputs from PTI Follow live updates here Ahmedabad: Ahead of the most crucial Gujarat Assembly election the sentiment of the people of the state is caught somewhere between two extreme schools of wishful thinking — one believes that Congress is winning after 32 years of exile and the other thinks that there is no way Gujarat can dump Narendra Modi either as the chief minister or as the prime minister Ironically though neither of the two schools wants to go wrong Those who think Congress will win don’t want to take any chances and could be heard saying ‘well there may be some hidden undercurrent for Modi’ Those who think that BJP will win are only a little more optimistic though they too don’t want to take any chances and could be heard saying ‘well nobody is against Modi the teething problems of GST and demonetisation are history’ Any which way the central theme is not Gujarat it is Modi and his policies as the prime minister The Gujarat Assembly Election 2017 is arguably a referendum of sorts on India 2019 While there is nothing new in saying this it is also about one man who is preparing his ground for 2019 on the toughest turf: Rahul Gandhi Rahul Gandhi in Vapi Firstpost/Darshan Desai He is addressing Gujarat but en route to Gujarat he is looking at India He is trying his best and pulling out stops but understands that if he loses Gujarat it is not a big deal compared to how it is for Modi But if Congress makes BJP huff and puff for a victory in its prised invincible state he sure has something to work on So what exactly is Gandhi doing First and foremost Gandhi understands that he is not a match to Modi or his high-pitched practised oratory his connect with the people his event management skills and the BJP’s organisational prowess So he has to create a contrast Gandhi’s campaign strategy through his three-day sojourns to three regions in Gujarat has been to emerge as a simple friendly person who is actually a common man This was Modi’s favourite theme that he was not actually a chief minister but a common man like a pradhan santri Similes and coinages are Modi’s specialty something which Rahul is probably trying to emulate with Gabbar Singh Tax for GST Albeit Rahul is not ascribing any such coinages to himself — again to create the contrast — but he uses taunts as he tells the crowds that a Congress government will listen to your mann ki baat and "not enforce our mann ki baat" After he returned from Rae Bareli to check on the victims of the NTPC blast midway through his three-day South Gujarat campaign Gandhi called Congress leaders Ashok Gehlot Ahmed Patel Bharatsinh Solanki Shaktisinh Gohil Arjun Modhwadia Siddharth Patel and others at a local restaurant Giriraj Restaurant in industrial town Vapi for dinner And the restaurant was not vacated for him many others continued with their food at the crowded noisy place "We did not invite him to join for dinner at the restaurant he called us It so happened that he prefers to stay at the Circuit House and he checked in there and we all me Ashok Gehlot others stayed at a hotel Gandhi asked a waiter at the guest house about a restaurant close by and he suggested Giriraj so he sent us a message that we go there for dinner" recalls former state Congress president Arjun Modhwadia talking to Firstpost "This is nothing When we were travelling in central Gujarat just after he had finished a public meeting in Bodeli (tribal area in Chhota Udepur district) he said chai peete hain and we stopped at a typical roadside highway dhabha He had pakodas and wafers there” Lalji Desai a grassroots Congress worker who is part of the organisation during Gandhi’s election campaign recalls Modhwadia says "This was a thatched rural tea joint He stopped the bus and got down first then we followed" He continued "We were travelling to Vyara (tribal town in Tapi district (60 kilometres from Surat) in his campaign bus on the night of 1 November when Gandhi got the news of the Rae Bareli incident He was to stay at the Vyara Circuit House and proceed to Surat airport the next morning but we decided that he should stay at The Taj in Surat since it is closer to the airport "At The Taj we booked a suite for him and we all took normal rooms When Gandhi saw it he immediately refused the suite and said he would stay in a normal room like others" He is scarcely seen taking the chartered chopper but prefers regular flights and takes the economy class with his laptop bag hanging on his shoulders "On a recent trip he came by Indigo and left by SpiceJet" a party leader said According to Desai it has often happened that when there is no scheduled flight Gandhi would stay put at night and take the next flight in the morning "At the airport I have seen him taking the common gate to enter" he adds The mode of the campaign also seems to have been strategically planned to ensure that his drawbacks of oratory and approach unlike the heft and flamboyance of Modi are contrasted by his simple and mild demeanour Through all his three three-day regional sojourns which itself is new the strategy was to have personal street corner interactions and chatting up with people and fewer public meetings since addressing the far sitting crowd is something he is still picking up "Going to people instead of calling them to you through crowd mobilisation is better" says a party insider "When you can’t better your opponent by something he is adept at and also overdoes it you try to create a contrast" he smiled It is a state election campaign but Rahul goes straight at the Modi government as though it is 2019 and tries to hit where it hurts the most — GST demonetization unemployment Patidars farmer distress and price rise The espionage comedy Kingsman: The Golden Circle dominated North American box offices in its debut weekend industry figures showed Sunday It ousted Stephen King’sIt a freaky horror hit which had held the crown for two weeks Still from Stephen King’s It Image from Twitter/njslea.
He was a big name but his influence steadily fell in the party. ? the deadline for the final deal. said that for Iran.