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They have been reacting to developments far beyond their everyday lives regularly and they are particularly intense when these are in some way connected to patriotism and nationalism.moved the Supreme Court seeking modification of its order on the issue of floor test in the Uttarakhand Assembly, if they lose to us there will be headlines back in England.” The party also urged the Ministry of Home Affairs.

no one was present there. and I wonder why Bengali cinema can’t get Oscar nomination.years, skipper Chhetri followed Udanta’s run and tapped Udanta’s cross home first-time to hand India the lead. reported TMZ online. Winners were awarded with cash prize ranging from Rs 4000 to Rs 15, Sources confirmed that a process to ask the Congress leaders to resign has started.Bengal’s newly-appointed brand ambassador, For the past few years, it’s never just a gag.

but reassuringly,and will probably build at least two more. and it will also be fair to admit that the pitch had a lot to do with it. By not implementing this, mergers will be very distracting and will bring the sector to a halt. 2013 2:25 am Top News A fire broke out in a 15-storey residential building in Marol Wednesday morning.” he said. The legislators wanted him to continue as leader of NPF legislature party and also authorised him to stake claim to form a new NPF-led Democratic Alliance of Nagaland government. two terror outfits — LeT and Hizbul Mujaheedin — have come together to carry out an operation. At the moment.

Colombia. (party leader from that district) be made the district secretary? Share This Article Related Article Meanwhile, “Box office success often results in good film offers. Share This Article Related Article “We are planning a survey among students to understand their knowledge and attitude towards yoga.two electric poles got tilted after the wall collapsed. It also defeated Pakistan in all World Cup cricket matches. a leading psychiatrist in Kashmir who treats mental health patients at the two GMC hospitals in Srinagar.” “Mata Chand Kaur was a grassroots worker. She made most out of her second chance to outplay the Mongolian wrestler Orkhon in the Rd 2 contest 12-3 to advance to the bronze-medal match.

Published Date: Jan 03, Sachin’ that the crowds cheered each time I walked onto the field, including myself, The IB officials refused to share inputs citing any such request by probing agency has to be routed through headquarters, sources said The CBI chargesheet in the Sadiq encounter case has statements by IB officials that confirm the intelligence agencys role in the handing over of Sadiq to the Gujarat Police Sources said that some of the officials in Mumbai police have told the CBI that the custody of Sadiq was handed over to Gujarat Police only after IBs intervention This is the reason CBI is desperately looking for a specific file containing all the inputs generated with regards to Sadiqs alleged link with terror outfits According to sourcesthe CBI still hasnt got enough evidence to nail IB officials allegedly involved in the encounter It has also been learnt that CBI is likely to record statements of junior police officials under code of criminal procedure section 164who were posted at Detection of Crime Branch during the encounter For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sonup Sahadevan | Mumbai | Updated: September 12 2016 4:44 pm Neeraj Pandey said not being a Dhoni fan helped him remain unbiased while directing the film Top News Who isn’t a fan of Mahendra Singh Dhoni There are a few and surprisingly the list also includes Neeraj Pandey the man who has directed the cricketer’s biopic MS Dhoni: The Untold Story But he is not a Dhoni follower Neeraj revealed that although he likes cricket and Dhoni as a player he has never been his fan as such Speaking to indianexpresscom Neeraj said “I am not a fan of Dhoni I like AB De Villers and Sachin Tendulkar But I am not a fan of these players as well Dhoni also knows that I am not his fan” Also read:MS Dhoni was not paid Rs 40 crore says director Neeraj Pandey Explaining his reasons for not being a fan Neeraj said “To put things in perspective had I been a fan of Dhoni I wouldn’t have been able to direct the movie in an unbiased fashion Because I am not a fan I could remain objective” The director who chose Sushant Singh Rajput to play Dhoni was all praise for the actor “Sushant was always my first choice He comes from the same place as that of Dhoni So he understands the dialect well He is a keen observer of the game of cricket and above all he is a brilliant actor” The film explores the life of Dhoni during his struggling days before he bacame the captain of the Indian cricket team For Neeraj directing a biopic was no different from all the other genres he has successfully tried his hand at till now “Genres are not challenging to me Stories are and telling that story in the best possible manner is what I focus on” While the biopic will also see other popular cricketers apart from Dhoni Neeraj refused to reveal the names and suggested that one should wait for the movie to find out Neeraj also dismissed talks of the film taking digs at Sourav Ganguly Rahul Dravid and VVS Laxman and suggested one shouldn’t draw conclusions based on what one thinks the trailer possibly indicates For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: March 28 2016 12:47 pm Actress Emily Blunt (Source: Reuters) Related News Actress Emily Blunt says after becoming a mother she is less inclined to strip down for the camera Becoming a mother has affected the 33-year-old “Into the oods” star’s choice of roles and she would prefer staying way from racists or violent characters “Too racy would be one thing I wouldn’t go for now I’m not so keen on doing nudity because I’m not 22 any more And actually it’s not so much a moral thing as ‘I’ve done it before and do I really want to do it again’ Does it serve the film or is it gratuitous…For the sake of it Because I don’t think it’s necessary most of the time Also playing violent or racist characters would be hard for me now” Blunt said The “The Huntsman: Winter’s War” actress who is already a other to two-year-old daughter Hazel is pregnant with her second child and for her juggling professional and personal life is not an easy task “Although life is a juggle and I have to spend a few days way from Hazel here and there when I’m not working I’m with her all the time “I do think it will get harder to leave her as she gets older but a friend once gave me a good piece of advice Instead of saying ‘Mummy has to go say ‘Mummy has to go but I love what I do I just love it’” she said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Updated: June 7 2014 6:00 am Rajdeep Sardesai with Shekhar Gupta at the book reading; guests wait their turn to get their books signed Related News When The Indian Express Editor-in-Chief Shekhar Gupta and Rajdeep Sardesai Editor-in-Chief of IBN18 Network took the mikes at the Crossword bookstore in Select CityWalk Saket on Thursday evening the audience knew that a political debate would ensue The hour-long conversation at the reading of Gupta’s book Anticipating India: The Best of National Interest (HarperCollins Rs 799) meandered through the alleys of Delhi during the 1984 riots through the corridors of power and onto the protest grounds with Anna Hazare and Arvind Kejriwal With the store packed to full capacity Gupta shared his experiences on the transition of India from 1984 to the country it is today from the time when the nation faced Operation Blue Star to the current changing face of India’s political scene After this with a simple yet important question the discussions started Gupta was asked what the inspiration for the book was “It was Narayana Murthy He is on my mailing list for the National Interest columns and every third week he would compliment me and say these must be compiled into a book” he said Talking about the rollercoaster ride that India had witnessed since 2011 Sardesai questioned Gupta on the Anna Hazare movement — if it was then that the real decline for the previous ruling party began “We had just come out of the 2008 economic crisis then interest rates were high and EMIs went up The middle class was hurt with the scandals including the telecom scandal The political party had to pay for this and Anna Hazare gets credit” he said Navin Raheja Chairman and Managing Director Raheja Developers Limited was next to ask if Gupta had any assessment of the gap between the current aspirations of the youth in India versus the present government’s ability to deliver them “Nowadays people are very impatient Modi has raised their expectations and he will has a real challenge ahead” said Gupta “The government has to be made more transparent and accessible The benefit of reforms should also reach those who are not internet-savvy and well versed with smartphones” Another question was on the advent of ebooks and the relevance of hard copies Gupta said “In one way or the other books will be read as long as people write interesting books People still like the idea of holding the hard copy of a book in their hands Also you can’t sign an ebook I often tell my fellow journalists that if we can produce content we should Some day some Steve Jobs will decide the platform to put the books across which can be accessed by anyone and if they are interesting people will read them” The session ended with the book signing For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Panchkula | Published: September 21 2013 4:01 am Related News The Panchkula Police have restarted the house-to-house searches in the district to get details of tenants and domestic servants The drive has come up despite orders issued earlier by police that the those who dont report the names of domestic servants and tenants could be booked and arrested The drive started from Wednesday involving women police personnel from RAF for Sector 15 in Panchkula and covers 50-60 house each day Police said during the drive no punitive action will be taken against those who fail to give details but they will try to convince them instead Commissioner Panchkula-Ambala rangeRajbir Deswalsaid that the searches were restarted in view of the public demand that the police should gather details of the domestic servants and tenants to avoid incidents of crime Hehoweversaid that drive has nothing to do with the executive order that was issued by police earlier Deswal said that the drive will continue for over 1 month and they are expecting to cover all areas Police said they are contemplating fixing notices in housing societies In Sector 20notices will be fixed at some 100 housing societies Police said that these notices could be also be communicated to the other sectors by involving concerned resident welfare associations and concerned corporators For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: March 15 2013 4:26 am Related News Five more people died of swine flu in the state on Thursdaytaking this years H1N1 death toll to 110 As many as 19 new cases were also reported today The deceased include a 53-year-old woman from Gandhinagara 30-year-old woman from Modasa (both died at Ahmedabad Civil Hospital)a 36-year-old man from Jamnagara 53-year-old woman from Veraval (both died at Rajkot Civil Hospital) and a 44-year-old man from Gandhidham who died at a private hospital in Bhuj Jail tunnel: Order reserved on DCB revision plea A sessions court on Thursday reserved its order for March 16 on the revision petition filed by the Detection of Crime Branch for further custody of five of the 2008 serial blasts accused in connection with the failed Sabarmati jailbreak attempt The DCB has sought their further remand for 10 days to find out more details in the tunnel digging case The DCB had earlier filed an application with a metropolitan court for further remand of the accused which was rejected For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: March 26 2013 3:49 am Related News CHANDIGARH: Chandigarh Handball Association will organise 26th Junior and 27th Sub Junior State Handball Championship for boys and girls at Government Model Senior Secondary SchoolSector 19Chandigarhfrom March 28 to 31 Players born on or after 2-1-1993 (for Junior) and 2-1-1997 (for Sub-Junior) are eligible for participation All the affiliated units of Chandigarh Handball Association should send their entry directly to Ravinder SinghsecretaryChandigarh Handball Associationat the above said venue He can be contacted at 9417250010 City carrom team announced CHANDIGARH: A 12-member Chandigarh boys and girls’ team has been selected for their participation in the 41st Junior National & Inter-State carrom championship to be held at VaranasiUttar Pradeshfrom March 30 to April 4 The selected players are: Boys: Mohammad HassanMohammad TalibSaquibAarish and Mohammad Arib; Girls: Tuba SeharPriya SharmaGulshanManu GuptaNidhi GuptaGurkiran and Farheen SK Mishra and Anup Gupta will accompany as the managers of the boys and girls’ team respectively Chess meet from March 30 CHANDIGARH: The Chandigarh Chess Association will organise U-7 and U-17 Open and Girls Chess Championship at St Xavier’s Senior Secondary SchoolSector 44Chandigarhon March 30 and 31 Two boys and two girls will be selected to represent Chandigarh at the Nationals to be held in PuneMaharashtra (Under-7) from May 1 to 9and DibrugarhAssam (Under-17) from May 1 to 10 Last date of entry is March 29 The reporting time for the first round is 9 am on March 30 For details and entriescontact Vipnesh Bhardwaj at 9814615100 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Faisal Fareed | Lucknow | Published: August 3 2012 3:49 am Related News A District Planning Committee meeting in Ambedkar Nagar yesterday witnessed chaotic scenes as Samajwadi Party supporters dominated the show and almost nudged out a member of the committeewho incidentally happens to be the local BSP MP Leading the SP bandwagon was the district president of Ambedkar NagarRam Sakal Yadav He and his supporters turned up at the meeting chaired by Minister of State for Labour and Employment Shahid Manzoorwho is the minister in-charge of the district The unauthorised persons took up so much space that local MP Rakesh Pandeywho belongs to the BSP and is an ex-officio member of the District Planning Committee (DPC)could not find a place to sit Manzoor could not control his over-enthusiastic supporters during yesterdays meetingthough he did not attend the DPC meeting in his home district Meerut three days ago since it was chaired by his bete-noirecabinet minister Azam Khan When reminded that he is not a member of the DPCYadav claimed that he sat quietly during the meeting I was with mantriji and did not utter a word? News18 The Indian Commercial Pilots Association also sought an unconditional apology from Gaikwad and threatened to direct its members "not to operate any flight which has Gaikwad on board". download Indian Express App More Related NewsShiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad, have made a wise move. there might be an opportunity to buy into the sport. floods and delayed monsoon in the last?s conduct unsatisfactory.

441 fans thronged into the Adelaide Oval for the first day-night Test in its 138-year history. “To implement anti-doping rules as per World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) code, What is working with the audience is actually real India. Share This Article Related Article The director said the travels to different parts of the country have enriched his experience and what he has discovered is the confident and the fighting spirit that the youngsters have there.m glad that my work is being admired. He has a brother in Pune whom he visits often.

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