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2016 3:17 pm “Three awards for ‘Visaranai’ mean triple the joy and I am duty bound to thank (the film’s) director Vetrimaran, The Spaniard has traditionally been weak toward the end of the season,having expended his energies through the European summer But he isbusy this season scripting some of the best late season results of hiswealthy career The raging bull from Manacor has been marching through the post grandslam season with renewed vigor devouring the very same opponents thattormented him earlier this season In nailing down Raonic in Shanghai? Dani Ceballos Dani Ceballos, 2017 8:10 pm Raj Kummar Rao and Hansal Mehta’s next project is Omerta. Dipa, rules and regulations,he is part of Indian t20 team not test team.Look at his avg in t20 Its 2144… pictwittercom/wLJLgcMbHn Rakesh Rajpurohit (@RakeshPurohit55) October 9 2017 Hey whether Nehra is faster or not he is still around and mitch is retired and out… Chirayu R Mankad (@cmankad) October 9 2017 No offence Mitch but he bowled way above 90mph arnd 2002-03 when u were probably a little occupied with body piercings n tattoos ? Karan Aggarwal (@kay_297) October 9 2017 Nehra jee is still playing while mitch retired of his poor fitness and begging to play ipl swastik (@swa_stik) October 9 2017 Nehra wasn’t part of the playing XI in the first T20 against India which the hosts won by nine wickets on the DLS method For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt LtdBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: May 16 2017 5:12 pm Anushka Shetty who is ruling the hearts as Devasena in Baahubali has had a remarkable journey in the Telugu cinema in 12 years of her film career Related News It definitely requires you to be in the business for a long time to portray a fiery character like Devasena in Baahubali Needless to say Anushka Shetty’s experience of over a decade in front of the camera came handy while she played the titular part which became one of the backbones of this magnum opus But do you know Anushka hates giving auditions We got hold of few photos of Anushka apparently from her first audition which are going viral These clicks were taken when Anushka was barely in her early 20’s It is also said that the actor was reportedly rejected by the producer after her first photoshoot and audition Check out the pictures from Anushka Shetty’sfirst photoshoot Anushka whose original name is Sweety Shetty was a yoga instructor before entering movies She debuted in 2005 Telugu film Super which even got her several awards But her major breakthrough came in 2006 film Vikramarkudu which was helmed by her Baahubali director SS Rajamouli Hence began a long association between the actor and the director and their latest Baahubali: The Conclusion is only a testimony of their successful bond She is the first female star to work with Rajamouli thrice Today she is one of the most popular actors in Telugu and Tamil cinema Anushka went on to deliver blockbusters like Singham Arundhati Vedham Deivathirumagal and Rudhramadevi to name a few Check out some stills from Anushka Shetty’s other films Anushka Shetty in Rudhramadevi Anushka Shetty in Vaanam Anushka Shetty in Irandaam Ulagam Anushka Shetty and Prabhas in Mirchi It is interesting to note that Anushka’s hit film Rudhramadevi was also a historical fiction along with her Baahubali co-star Rana Daggubati Check out a song from Rudhramadevi featuring Anushka Shetty and Rana Daggubati Watch |Auna Neevena Song | Rudhramadevi Apart from this Anushka has done Billa and Mirchi with Prabhas before Baahubali came their way Anushka and Prabhas are one of the most favourite onscreen pairing for the Telugu movie goers But after their latest Rajamouli blockbuster where she played both mother and wife of Prabhas’ two characters they have become the favourite of the entire nation Check out a song from featuring Anushka Shetty and Prabhas Watch |Idedo Bagundi Song | Mirchi Known for doing women-centric films Anushka is reportedly one of the highest-paid female actors of the south film industry It is heard that she charged Rs 5 crore for playing Devasena in Baahubali For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Anuradha Mascarenhas | Pune | Published: February 27 2017 9:31 am Nandan Kudhyadi Top News For his brilliant cinematic rendition of the abstruse work of a mathematical genius city-based Nandan Kudhyadi has won three awards for the fourth docu-drama on Srinivasa Ramanujan: The Mathematician and His Legacy at the seventh National Science Film festival Vigyan prasar an autonomous organisation under the Department of Science and Technology and National Council of Science Museums organised the festival in Kolkata between February 14 and 18 The three awards include the Bronze Beaver Award Technical Excellence Award: Direction for creating an absorbing narrative that moves with ease between documentary interviews vivid reenactments and explanatory graphics and Technical Excellence Award: Research for its exploration into contemporary applications of Ramanujan’s abstract theories and for his meticulous attention to its biographical detail Earlier last December the same film had won the Jury Award at the India International Science Festival 2016 Watch what else is making news An FTII graduate Kudhyadi has more than 65 documentaries to his credit Several of his documentaries have won top national awards and have been screened at various international film festivals including Cinema du Reel Tokyo Brussels Vancouver Pusan Hawaii Karlovy Vary “The awards are special and coming as it does ahead of National Science Day (February 28) I am happy to contribute my bit in popularising science” said the filmmaker “In Class VIII we had a brilliant science teacher who engaged us with a lucid explanation about theories and such However my interest dwindled as subsequent teachers could not recreate that magic I got training in painting and artistry It was much later that I met an official at the Department of Science and Technology who helped revive my interest in science After all completing a painting is like striking a balance with colours to make the picture complete — just as it is while completing an equation” he said Kudhyadi’s cinema is known to tackle contemporary issues with a new perspectives and a keen insight into Indian culture science and society The engima of Ramanujan was the very first documentary project produced by NCSTC — the National Council for Science and Technology Communication more than 25 years back to commemorate the birth centenary of the great mathematician This docu-drama paved the way for this genre in India With authentic information that is meticulously-researched the film was entirely shot at actual locations except for Trinity College in Cambridge Directed by Nandan Kudhyadi the film has Raghuvir Yadav essaying the main role and Tom Alter essaying the role of Professor Hardy It won the Indian Documentary Producers Association’s ‘IDPA Award for Excellence’ for the Best Director and the Best Documentary for the year 1987 Srinavasa Ramanujan : The Mathematician and his legacy (2016) envisions the lifetime achievements of this mathematician with period enactments interviews and animations Mathematicians around the world find his body of work intriguing Kudhyadi said adding that today nearly a hundred years after his death the legacy of a self-trained mathematician who straddled the world of numbers in early 20th century continues to inspire and challenge generations of mathematicians For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Samarpita Das | New Delhi | Updated: November 21 2016 1:20 pm The behind-the-scene footages of Dangal shows Sanya Malhotra and Fatima Sana Sheikh in their most depleted self and in dire need to drink water much like their onscreen characters Top News Aamir Khan is all geared up for the release of Dangal with Sanya Malhotra and Fatima Sana Sheikh playing his two daughters Making a film is a long and demanding process Actors give away their blood and sweat for nearly a year or more just to entertain their fans and audience for two hours A new video shared by Aamir Khan shows the behind-the-scene footage of Dangal’s Haanikarak Baapu Pritam and Amitabh Bhattacharya are seen singing the song Haanikaarak Bapu unplugged The video also shows behind-the-scene footages of Sanya Malhotra and Fatima Sana Sheikh The two need to catch their breath and are in dire need to drink water much like their onscreen characters WATCH VIDEO:Aamir Khan On Demonetisation One doesn’t really need a Bollywood expert to tell you that superstar Aamir Khan is the Mr Perfectionist of the Hindi film industry In a realm that demands glamour and six-pack he has diligently put on weight to play the character of Mahavir Singh Phogat This ‘haanikaarak baapu’ fiercely glares at his daughters when they gaze at golgappas or even think about going against his wishes We have seen Aamir Khan as a mischievous engineering student and we have seen him as a disheartened lover who suffers from short-term memory loss at the same time determined to avenge his love Watch : Haanikaarak Bapu – Unplugged | Dangal | Aamir Khan | Pritam | Amitabh B | Releasing 23rd Dec In Dangal we are all set to see him as the father who is determined to raise his two daughters to win gold for India For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Sonup Sahadevan | Mumbai | Updated: January 3 2017 12:09 pm Interestingly all four films belong to different genres and that will give Akshay Kumar a chance to prove his versatility Top News Trust Akshay Kumar to do no less than four movies every calendar year and he has made his intentions pretty clear right at the very start of 2017 by announcing a slew of four films Interestingly all four films belong to different genres and will give a chance to Akshay to prove his versatility Let’s take a look at the list and how he usually plans his shoots to complete and release four films every year Jolly LLB 2 (10 February) Akshay Kumar has donned many avatars but never before a lawyer’s gown until Jolly LLB 2 happened The makers of the sequel wanted a bigger star onboard and in came Akshay in place of Arshad Warsi who helmed part one The trailer has created good buzz and the first look indicates the sequel will be a more commercial affair than the first one Will Akshay be able to pull off the new role with panache is something that remains to be seen While Saurabh Shukla reprises his role Annu Kapoor is the new addition as the devil’s advocate Toilet- Ek Prem Katha (June 2) The title may seem a bit quirky but the message delivered will be an important one about PM Narendra Modi’s ‘Swacha Bharat Abhiyan’ The movie is being slotted in the comedy genre film and will be about the unhygienic sanitation prevalent in rural areas of India Akshay pairs up with the one-film old Bhumi Pednekar and the new pairing will be an interesting one to watch out for Knowing Akshay’s hold at comedy it would exciting to see if the actor can combine and package satire and social message like Raju Hirani does in his movies 20 (October 19) Akshay has taken a path less trodden here No male Bollywood superstar has ever appeared in big films down south Akshay has accepted the challenge and he appears as a villain opposite the God of Indian cinema – Rajinikanth Akshay sports a different ‘crow’ type look for the film and aficionados can expect to see some high octane VFX laced action including the face-off between Rajinikanth and Akshay The latter marks his return to villainy after long and it would be interesting to see how this one pans out Padman #PadMan #2017 pictwittercom/XUOEcMKVGI — Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) January 1 2017 This one has just been announced although the release date has not yet been declared It’s a true story reportedly based on the life of Arunachalam Muruganantham the inventor of a low-cost sanitary pad making machine Arunachalam is credited for having innovated grass-root mechanisms for generating awareness about traditional unhygienic practices around menstruation in rural India Akshay’s inclination towards real life stories has led him to the discovery of yet another interesting one that looks to have the ingredients of making an exciting celluloid drama The film will be produced by Twinkle Khanna It’s rather interesting to see how Akshay manages to do what no other superstar does in B-town While stars like SRK and Salman prefer to work in an average of two films per year and make it to the 100 or 200 crore club Akshay manages to do that with ease by delivering three to four blockbuster movies the cumulative accumulation of which makes him a permanent member of the elite club every year More from the world of Entertainment: For those wondering how Akshay manages to finish four films in 365 days the star himself had explained the maths behind it in an interview with a leading daily a couple of years back The breakdown looks like this: Total number of Akshay Kumar’s film per year – 4 Number of days given to each film – 60 Total number of days needed for four films – 240 This leaves Akshay with a total of 125 free days per year The actor takes Sundays off which makes it 52 Sundays in all He takes one week off after finishing every film which makes it a total of 21 days for three films He takes an annual holiday consisting 45 days That makes it a total of 118 days when he is not working Add 240 to 118 and you get 358 The remaining seven days is what he uses to shoot brand endorsements To be successful in following this schedule Akshay operates every day with clockwork precision The actor wakes up at 4 am and by 10 am he is done with half his day’s work The actor sleeps early and doesn’t believe in late-night parties Now that’s what we call meticulous planning For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Praveen Swami | Published: February 25 2016 12:10 am Illustration by C R Sasikumar Top News Late one night in 2008 a warning message flashed on a computer screen at the Intelligence Bureau’s (IB’s) counter-terrorism unit’s Delhi office: One of hundreds of cellphone numbers on a counter-terrorism watchlist had just come alive There was just one single officer on duty charged with scanning through dozens of simultaneous calls in the hope of catching a useful conversation Idly he switched to the new call — and began listening in to the first minutes of the tragedy we now call 26/11 It was pure blind luck: The SIM cards used by the Lashkar-e-Taiba had been planted on the group by a Jammu and Kashmir Police intelligence asset Had the 26/11 attackers been given different SIM cards the conversations that saved dozens of lives and exposed the perpetrators may never have been detected Thousands of kilometres away in Cheltenham the United Kingdom’s Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) had enjoyed a ringside view of the plot for months — culled directly from the Lashkar’s own computers Though they warned India of imminent attack the GCHQ provided few details fearful of embarrassing their ally Pakistan India found out the truth only because the dice rolled its way In 2009 then Home Minister P Chidambaram promised an appalled nation he would make sure Indian security no longer hinged on chance: “We can no longer afford business as usual” he said We evidently can because we still are — instead of building modern counter-terrorism institutions India has a martyrdom-manufacturing machine For the past several months Indians have been outraging about lives claimed by Pakistani jihadist groups — the deaths of three young soldiers in Pampore; the killing of National Security Guard (NSG) personnel in Pathankot; the shooting down of police officers in Gurdaspur Even as India has been mourning these martyrs it hasn’t called those responsible to account: A political leadership charged with building counter-terrorism capacity In Pampore military personnel were called on to carry out a room-intervention operation in a building housing civilians — a task for which they are neither intensively trained nor equipped The NSG which is was put in charge at Pathankot — a very different kind of operation involving cordoning large areas Gurdaspur demonstrated to all willing to see exactly what happens when a police force which can’t even meet its fuel bills let alone train at a firing range meets well-resourced enemies Little has changed in the years after 26/11 well-orchestrated media hype notwithstanding The deficits are most glaring in the case of state police forces — the women and men who in most cases respond first to violence The case of Mumbai is illustrative Last year just 11000 of the city’s 42000-strong force received any firearms training — even though the rules only call on them to fire 60 practice rounds a year The reason is simple — the state says it just doesn’t have the money The problem is accentuated by the fact that assault weapons can’t be fired at Mumbai’s only police firing range after local residents complained of rounds deflecting into their homes That means crack units set up after 26/11 like Force 1 can’t train on their M4 Colt 556 carbine and M107 Special Application Rifle — nor the regular police’s counter-terrorism units on their Kalashnikovs Even élite forces like the NSG suffer from chronic problems of acquisition and training The chaotic siege at Pathankot where the NSG took over 48 hours to clear a building where just two terrorists were holed out stands in stark contrast to Paris where the fighting was ended in hours — in some cases minutes Few police forces and élite units moreover have tools their counterparts elsewhere take for granted — the NSG’s efforts to buy ballistic shields for example have bogged down in red-tape Delhi Police for its part has neither specialist equipment nor protocols for dealing with attacks on schools malls or theatres — all as recent experience around the world shows potential targets India’s intelligence services the cutting-edge of any national counter-terrorism effort aren’t doing much better The IB has just two-thirds of the 26867 staff it is sanctioned by the government Training time has been slashed by half at its academy in a desperate effort to make up numbers Even so the IB’s central counter-terrorism office has just about 100 dedicated personnel; in the states there are just six-seven personnel with this task often also having other job functions Ever since 1979 when a scheme earmarking talent for the IB was scrapped it has also become short on officer-level staff The Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) isn’t doing much better In one critical station in the near-neighbourhood where attacks on Indian targets have been repeatedly planned and carried out the current RAW station chief doesn’t speak any local language — something that would be unimaginable for any foreign intelligence service Funding has at least something to do with the problem Punjab Police’s budget for 2014-2015 gave it Rs 59 crore for fuel instead of the Rs 170 crore it asked for There was no provision for new vehicles; those bought earlier were funded from a Central scheme which the finance ministry suspended this year The constraints are so severe that rural police stations have been left with a maximum of two functioning vehicles for their jurisdictions with fuel for just 100 kilometres a day Then there’s personnel The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has only 579 of the 816 personnel sanctioned compared to the FBI’s 34019 staff over 12000 of whom are actual investigators It isn’t that the problem is new In 1953 India’s first-ever national crime survey lamented the absence of “improvement in the methods of investigation or the application of science to this work” It called among other things for a “a better class of recruits” The failure of successful governments to act though points to a deeper malaise Forces can’t excel at fighting terrorism unless they have a professional leadership and institutional ethos Indian elites though have no interest in building police institutions that are both independent and accountable From politicians seeking to subvert the law to middle-class citizens who don’t want to be fined for traffic violations there is a vested interest in the status quo Even uglier is this truth: Leaders profit from the martyrdom of women and men in uniform In 1999 India set in place what scholar Max-Jeans Zins has called a “meticulously choreographed national funereal ballet” The patriotic frenzy unleashed as the dead were hailed for their sacrifice swept aside questions about the command-level failures that caused the carnage in the first place In the years since the media has rarely called the national leadership to account for the unnecessary loss of life “No dumb b****** ever won a war by going out and dying for his country” legendary General George Patton is reputed to have said “He won it by making some other dumb b****** die for his country” This wisdom needs to be absorbed — fast [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Benita Chacko | Mumbai | Published: June 18 2017 5:17 am Living at traffic signals the children would support their parents by selling flowers or other items and in desperate times even turn to begging Top News Eighteen-year-old Mohan Kale sits in his classroom burrowing into his tenth-standard textbooks From knocking at car windows to selling his knick-knacks at the traffic signals to sitting in this classroom preparing for his board exams Mohan has come a long way in the past one year The humble Signal Shala (school) at the Teen Hath Naka in Thane he feels has made that possible Operating out of a shipping container under a flyover the school completed a year on June 14 Started by a Pune-based NGO Samarth Bharat Vyaspith (SBV) the school has now got accreditation from the Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) Apart from providing education the Signal Shala also conducts activities like sports dance and games The NGO also organises regular health check-ups This year the NGO aims to reach out to all kids begging at different signals in Thane “By the end of July we will begin school bus services that will ferry kids from all signals in Thane and by August 15 we aim to make the city completely child-beggar free”says Batu Sawant CEO of the NGO For many kids like Mohan the school has brought about a phenomenal change in their lives Living at traffic signals the children would support their parents by selling flowers or other items and in desperate times even turn to begging On most days they did not know where their next meal would come from “While we cannot stop them from selling their wares as it is their only source of income we have taught them not to beg Initially the parents would force them into it but with our counseling sessions we have been able to stop it” says Aarti Parab one of their teachers The school that began with 22 students now has 37 children from kindergarten to the tenth standard Educating children many of whom have had no formal schooling the Signal Shala takes pride in all its students who took exams and cleared them in the last academic year Two students Mohan and Dasharath Pawar have now been admitted to a TMC school for their tenth standard Convincing the parents of these children was not easy the NGO says but they seem to have come around now “Our parents did not educate us and today we have to live this life We are hoping that education will change that for our children In this one year we have seen our child’s life improve” says Dilip Shinde a parent of two kids studying in the school Finding it to be a viable model to bring street kids to mainstream schooling the government is considering to implement it across the state In January Education Minister Vinod Tawde visited the school They were also approached by the education department to start similar schools in Amar Mahal and Bandra signals in Mumbai where many children are seen living by traffic signals With the school going to the kids many like Mohan and Dasharath have hopes to live their dreams While Mohan aspires to be an engineer Dasharath wants to become a police officer For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: September 20 2017 12:38 am Top News She has been called a prostitute by her peers manhandled in public and received countless death threats but Sierra Leone’s football chief Isha Johansen refuses to buckle in pursuit of her goal of developing women’s and girls football across Africa One of only two women worldwide to currently head a football association Johansen is nearing the end of a four-year term dogged by the world’s worst Ebola outbreak political infighting and corruption allegations and a torrent of misogynist abuse Yet the president of Sierra Leone’s Football Association (SLFA) announced on Tuesday that she would stand for re-election as she seeks to clean up football’s image in the West African nation and inspire more girls and women to get into the game “Many girls dare to dream of making it big in football but they are scared” Johansen told the Thomson Reuters Foundation “I hope to inspire more women and girls to say no to gender discrimination bullying and sexism in the sport” she said “I want to be a pioneer for good governance gender equality and inclusivity in football to make a difference in a man’s game” Her announcement comes amid a deepening rift between Sierra Leone’s sports ministry and the SLFA against a backdrop of allegations of match-fixing against the national football team FIFA said it would send a task-force to Freetown this month to carry out ‘integrity checks’ on members of the country’s football association – having suspended a meeting to pave the way for the SLFA elections until these checks are completed “The government the SLFA and FIFA need to come together to clear the air” said Johansen who was briefly detained last year along with two of her SLFA colleagues by Sierra Leone’s anti-graft officials before being released without charge “We need to move on from this saga of corruption and mismanagement allegations” the 53-year-old added “That is why I want to run for a second term – to build upon the foundations I have put down and to complete a lot of unfinished business” TIME FOR CHANGE Johansen said some her of proudest achievements during her tenure have been setting up a national women’s football league and facilitating the training of female coaches and referees If re-elected she plans to get more young girls involved in football at grassroots level and also playing it in schools “With more and more Sierra Leonean women playing football more and more qualifying as coaches and referees we have a lot of role models to inspire girls to get involved” she said Alongside her ambitions for the future of football in Sierra Leone Johansen is braced for the prospect of more abuse – verbal and physical – if she wins a second term as president “I have been called all kinds of vulgar names … received so many death threats … but I haven’t entertained such abuse “The challenges of being a woman leading in a sport dominated men are many … but they have also given me the strength to forge ahead rather than buckle” Johansen added She believes perceptions are shifting when it comes to women in football – having been inspired by FIFA’s appointment last year of Senegalese ex-UN aid worker Fatma Samoura as its first female secretary general In an interview with the Thomson Reuters Foundation in 2015 Johansen said FIFA was not yet ready for a woman as president Now she thinks the time could be nigh “There is more of a commitment towards the women’s game in FIFA – and to encourage more women in positions of power” Johansen said “Things are changing quicker than I expected” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News Johnson stated that Nehra definitely has the faster runup. the question ‘Why Kattappa killed Baahubali’ had to be asked.in an encounter with police at Gujjar Mohalla a day before.

said that the experiment was a hindrance to the cyclists and traffic constables.you pay triple. Saudi officials say that the construction boom and the demolition that comes with it is necessary to accommodate the ever-growing numbers of people who make the pilgrimage to Meccaa figure that has risen to almost three million this past year Architectspreservationists and even some government officials believe the real motive behind these plans is money: the desire to profit from some of the most valuable real estate in the worldThat mentality is dividing the holy city of Mecca along highly visible class lineswith the rich sealed inside exclusive air-conditioned high-rises encircling the Grand Mosque and the poor pushed to the periphery There was a time when the Saudi governments urban planning effortsespecially around Meccadid not seem so callous In the 1970sskyrocketing oil prices unleashed a wave of national modernisation programsincluding a large-scale effort to accommodate those performing the Haj The projects involved some of the worlds great architectural talentsmany of whom were encouraged to experiment with a freedom they were not finding in the West The best of their works modern yet sensitive to local environment and traditions challenge the assumption that modernist architectureas practiced in the developing worldwas nothing more than a crude expression of the Wests quest for cultural dominance These include the German architect Frei Ottos remarkable tent cities from the late 1970smade up of collapsible lightweight structures inspired by the traditions of nomadic Bedouin tribes and intended to accommodate Haj pilgrims without damaging the delicate ecology of the hills that surround the old city The current plansby contrastcan read like historical parody Along with the giant Big Benthere are many other overscale developments in various mock-Islamic styles But the Vegas-like aura of these projects can deflect attention from the real crime: the way the developments are deforming what by all accounts was a fairly diverse and unstratified city The Mecca Clock Tower will be surrounded by luxury high-riseseach designed in a similar Westminster-meets-Wall Street style and sitting on a mall that is meant to evoke traditional souks They form a postmodern pastiche that means to evoke the differences of a real city but will do little to mask the projects mind-numbing homogeneity Like the luxury boxes that encircle most sports stadiumsthe apartments will allow the wealthy to peer directly down at the main event from the comfort of their suites without having to mix with the ordinary rabble below At the same timethe scale of development has pushed middle-class and poor residents further and further from the city centre I dont know where they go?Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: July 27 His preparation continued until the 15th move when finally it was time to dig his head into the position and try to figure out the details on the board. wrong statements and tall promises. Dick Durbin,100 personnel. “Military music is an integral part of history and the Maratha era stands out in the martial history of entire India. Directed by Sabbir Khan, in a show of strength amid increasing tensions with the US over the South China Sea and Taiwan.

a Muslim man, For all the latest Sports News,the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has zeroed in on schoolchildren as its ? 2013 1:40 am Related News To remove misconceptions about climatology and blow some myths often spread on internet, he just knows how to win hearts. Bhuvneshwar, is tapping his foot on some dance number (that we will find out soon). For all the latest Entertainment News, pro-development and is widely expected to further liberalise the economy. He has now taken charge of East Bengal.

His devastating knock of 45 came off just 25 balls and included four fours and two sixes. losing wickets at frequent intervals, download Indian Express App More Top NewsPune | Published: March 20, Investigations have revealed that the suspects did a recce of these areas on the pretext of searching for houses on rent.said,Arvind had started working on the concept of mohalla sabha which was his and our take on the term area sabha that we found in the Model Nagara Raj Billwhich the central government circulated among the state governments in the year 2008 (under Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission) as a way to allow for urban citizens to directly participate in decisions pertaining to local governance So mohalla sabha wasin our viewa much improved and strengthened version of area sabha. Its simply a local citizens body that sits regularly to discuss the issues facing them and has the authority to call municipal officers and the ward councillor to be present before them to answer questions and take their (ie citizens) wishes into account The concept of mohalla sabha is thus an example of both participatory democracy and direct democracy One can view it as the urban counterpart of gram sabhawhich has Constitutional status under 73rd Amendement (and statutory status under states Panchayati Raj laws)?so they are directly responsible. My formal education began with kindergarten at the age of three. and are hoping to showcase it on around 750 screens.dominating the kavi sammellans for the last 25 years." Bach added that Russian athletes who pass an individual test by the IAAF would compete under their nation’s flag at the Rio Games.

Planned development in this region could have been possible if the PMRDA had been established at least 15-20 years ago, these will also see the same kind of wayward growth that has taken place in Pune over the last 15-20 years,jhoot? Relief agencies have warned that diarrhoea, For all the latest Delhi News, The South Municipal Corporation reported the highest cases at 246 and the North corporation recording 223 confirmed dengue cases. 2325 in Sector 37-C since November 2011.t be a total loss. they were sent to ten days’ remand by a court in New Delhi. the two leaders "will look to outline a common vision for the US-India partnership that is worthy of their 1.

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