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What makes the endeavour noteworthy is that the philanthropy supporting it is unusual in a country where many rich Indians give to causes like education, The gift presents varied classical literature in diverse Indian languages to the average Indian, Also his short film “Panaah” was very well received by the critics and the audiences. “I haven’t received any racial comments till now. including a record 116 women. has recommended the elevation of Justice AM Khanwilkar of the Madhya Pradesh High Court, Share This Article Related Article The left-hander even hinted about his plans on Twitter while conversing with recently-married India colleague Harbhajan Singh. 2015 9:50 am Top News Personalities have a way of revealing themselves through engaging conversations, which in both limbs, with Congress leaders and some researchers objecting to certain sections on former Prime Ministers Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi.

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[sic]” said Rana quoting Tamannaah’s tweet lambasting the director More from the world of Entertainment: Earlier on Monday the director stirred up a storm in the south film industries drawing ire of many female actors for his remarks objectifying women In an interview after his film Kathi Sandai which featured Tamannaah the director had said “We’re bit of a ‘low class’ audience When I pay to watch a movie I want to watch hero fight and heroine in a glamours avatar I don’t like to show heroine fully clad in a saree The movie-goers pay to see Tamannaah in skimpy clothes If heroines want to show their acting skills let them work in television serials but when they are doing a commercial film the female actors should play glamorous roles” In a statement Tamannaah had responded to his remarks She had said “This is 2016 and it is very ironic that I had to leave a film like Dangal in the middle which is on woman empowerment and to tackle this issue I am very hurt and angered by the comments made by my director Suraj and I would definitely want him to apologise not only to me but to all women in the industry” “We are actors we are here to act and entertain the audience and should not at any point be objectified as commodities I have been working in the South industry for over 11 years and have worn costumes which I have been comfortable with It is sad that women in our country are spoken about so frivolously and I would like to tell my audiences that our industry should not be generalised by comments made by one such individual” she had added Nayanthara also had condemned the director’s comments For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: August 17 2017 12:54 am BJP Punjab chief Vijay Sampla (File Photo) Top News Punjab BJP chief Vijay Sampla on Wednesday launched a scathing attack on the Irrigation and Power Minister Rana Gurjit Singh asking him to focus on his department rather than sand mining Sampla said that while thousands of acres of farmland lies submerged in water an oblivious Rana Gurjit was busy in illegal sand mining and getting a clean chit from Justice Narang Commission “Had he concentrated on his department and prepared a strategy for combating the fury of the monsoon the farmers would not have suffered so much” Sampla said Addressing a press conference here along with party’s national vice president Avinash Rai Khanna national secretary Tarun Chugh former state president Rajinder Bhandari and state secretary Vineet Joshi Sampla said had Rana Gurjit been serious about his work he would have got the 1500 km drain network in the state cleaned prior to monsoons “Had he acted on time the farmers would not have suffered a loss Farmers are already feeling cheated after the government took a U-turn on the promise of full loan waiver and now this neglect has devastated them We ask the Chief Minister to keep his promise and provide a relief of Rs 20000 per acre to the farmers” the BJP leader said Sampla further said the party has since long been pointing out that famers of the state were committing suicide as the government went back on its promise of a full loan waiver He alleged that over 180 farmers had ended their lives during the Congress rule of 150 days adding that after the CM announced a partial loan waiver on June 19 as many as 100 farmers committed suicide The state BJP president said that the government has also failed to curb sale of fake pesticides “Congress people might be linked to this scandal too but in the end farmers are the only losers Capt Amarinder Singh’s and Punjab Congress Chief Sunil Jakhar’s claim of weeding out drugs and controlling the gangsters have fallen flat after their own MLA Surjit Singh Dhiman stated that drugs were easily available in every street of Punjab” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: February 28 2017 7:41 am Kolkata Burrabazaar fire: People living in adjacent buildings were also evacuated (Source: ANI_news/Twitter) Top News After a huge fire broke out in Kolkata’s Burrabazar area on Monday night 30 fire tenders are still on the spot trying to douse the flames in the multi-storey building housing several godowns The fire is now reportedly under control The incident which took place near Bagri Bazar was reported at around 10pm on Monday Fire department officials said the fireintensified due to the presence of inflammable material including plastic and gas cylinders in the godown “There is no report of any casualty so far and a few persons who were trapped inside the building have been rescued” the official said to news agency PTI People living in the adjacent buildings were also evacuated fearing the building might collapse “It is a massive fire and we are trying to douse it but the thick smoke is making it difficult for us to reach the spot since the building is located in a congested area behind Burrabazar police station The blaze is also spreading fast due to the presence of inflammable materials” he said Burrabazar fire UPDATE: Fire tenders increased to 25; situation not under controlResidents being evacuateddisaster management team at spot pictwittercom/ehGr8G86Jq ANI (@ANI_news) February 27 2017 According to police sources adisaster management team later joined the fire fighting operation State Fire Service Minister Sovan Chatterjee who reached the spot said “We are trying hard to douse the fire and several steps have been taken to prevent the fire from spreading in the adjoining areas Our senior officers are here” Chatterjee is also the mayor of the city The area had been cordoned off and traffic on Rabindra Sarani and M G Road wasaffected due to the incident For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by C Raja Mohan | Published: August 16 2016 12:02 am Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses the nation from the ramparts of the historical Red Fort on the Independence Day in New Delhi India Monday Aug 15 2016 (AP Photo/Manish Swarup) Top News Sceptics will dismiss Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s references to Balochistan and Pakistan-occupied Kashmir from the ramparts of Red Fort on Monday as part of the familiar posturing in Delhi when relations with Islamabad hit a rough patch Many others however would like to interpret the PM’s statements as a definitive departure from the past and the beginning of a more muscular approach to Pakistan The truth as always may lie somewhere in between these two extreme assessments The PM’s remarks do confirm what we know about his diplomatic strategy Unlike many of his predecessors Modi is willing to take risks raise the stakes and bargain for better outcomes His remarks especially those on Balochistan suggest that Modi is willing to gamble a bit to end the current stalemate with Pakistan Implicit in them is the willingness to raise Pakistan’s costs for supporting cross-border terrorism in India by wading into occupied Kashmir and Balochistan Until last week the PM had stayed above the fray despite some very provocative statements on Kashmir from Pakistan Modi had left himself some diplomatic room to retrieve the situation if possible But his call last Friday at an all-party meeting to expose Pakistan’s atrocities in occupied Kashmir and Balochistan suggested a change of course Once the PM chose to put these regions into rhetorical play it was inevitable that he would expand on the theme in the Independence Day speech at Red Fort Since the late 1980s when Kashmir and terrorism returned to centrestage in India-Pakistan relations Independence Day speeches have become an important vehicle for Indian PMs to send public signals — positive or negative — across the border There were occasions when Modi’s predecessors — PV Narasimha Rao Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Manmohan Singh — would insist that the entire state of Jammu and Kashmir belonged to India and that the only thing to negotiate was the question of ending Pakistan’s illegal occupation of a part of the state and support to cross-border terrorism in India On other occasions the Indian PMs would signal flexibility and invite Pakistan to work together for peace and prosperity in the subcontinent Although Modi’s comments on Gilgit and Balochistan have gotten all the media attention a careful review of his speech suggests that the PM has not given up on talks with Pakistan As he criticised Pakistan’s glorification of terrorists Modi pointed to the outpouring of Indian empathy for the terrorist attack in Peshawar at the end of 2014 He also reaffirmed his commitment to promoting regional cooperation and developing a joint struggle against terrorism It is also important to distinguish between the PM’s comments on occupied Kashmir and Balochistan Pakistan claims the entire state of Jammu and Kashmir as disputed and has created the pretence that the parts of Kashmir under its control are “free” Its emphasis is on “self-determination” for the people of Jammu and Kashmir Modi’s comments on reaching out to the people of occupied Kashmir do not imply a shift in India’s position After all India claims them as its citizens and Pakistan does not Engaging the groups in occupied Kashmir has always been an option available for India but one which Delhi did not choose to exercise But Balochistan is a different place and the PM’s remarks are indeed significant for a number of reasons With the exception of Bangladesh India has refused to be drawn into Pakistan’s territorial disputes with other countries or its internal troubles Delhi has not backed claims in Kabul disputing the legitimacy of the Durand Line that separates Afghanistan from Pakistan India has also avoided embracing the secessionist movements in Sindh and Balochistan Many nationalists from these provinces who hoped India would support their struggles for liberation after the separation of east Pakistan were deeply disappointed But here comes a paradox Although Modi’s references to Balochistan are seen in India as a big change of direction many in Pakistan have convinced themselves that India has been creating mischief in the restive south western province of the nation Over the last decade Pakistan has sought to put India’s support to “terrorism in Balochistan” on the table with Delhi (Remember the 2009 Sharm el Sheikh summit between Manmohan Singh and Yousaf Raza Gilani that issued a joint statement referring to Balochistan and the heat it generated in India) Islamabad routinely blames India for terror attacks in Balochistan including the most recent one against a hospital in Quetta that killed nearly a hundred people It has also accused Delhi of collaborating with Kabul and Tehran in destabilising Balochistan The latest allegation is that Delhi and Washington are promoting terror in Balochistan to undermine China’s economic projects Notwithstanding Pakistani allegations there is no doubt India could do a lot more in highlighting the human rights violations in Balochistan It could also join the unfolding Great Game in Balochistan — which hosts the Afghan Taliban fighting the Kabul government is the site of frequent contestation between Tehran and Islamabad and draws Sunni dissident groups fighting Iran’s Islamic Republic Balochistan’s Makran coast is where China’s economic corridor through Pakistan connects with the Arabian Sea Islamabad has also offered the Gwadar port as a naval base for China’ All this makes Balochistan an exciting place to be in But here comes the rub Geopolitical play in Balochistan does not really help solve India’s problems in Kashmir The BJP had indeed made a historic advance in Jammu and Kashmir by becoming a part of the ruling coalition and outlining a positive joint programme with the PDP in early 2015 That Pakistan the separatists and the militant groups would try their best to undermine the BJP-PDP coalition was never in doubt Delhi had every reason to counter this by making a big success of the coalition government Overcoming that failure in Srinagar must remain at the heart of the Modi government’s Kashmir strategy All else including Balochistan is secondary The writer is director Carnegie India New Delhi and contributing editor on foreign affairs for The Indian Express For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Seoul | Updated: September 17 2017 12:42 pm PV Sindhu won the women’s singles title in Korea Open Related News PV Sindhu avenged her loss from World Championships final in Glasgow against Nozomi Okuhara by beating the Japanese in the final of the Korea Open Superseries She became the first Indian to lift the title in Korea after her 22-20 11-21 21-18 win in Seoul on Sunday 12:25 pm IST:She has done it PV Sindhu beats Nozomi Okuhara in Korea Open final She becomes first Indian to win the title in Korea SIndhu 22-20 11-21 21-18 Okuhara 12:22 pm IST:56 shot rally Are you kidding me Sindhu is down on the court Okuhara nets a drop shot Sindhu leads 19-16 12:19 pm IST:Sindhu error She deceives Okuhara to come forward but sends it long Big mistake but she has a 18-15 lead 12:15 pm IST: Sindhu and Okuhara are playing at different energy level This is not normal Sindhu leads 17-13 12:09 pm IST:Bad time to make a mistake Sindhu thinks the shuttle is going long but it is way in Okuhara gets a point Sindhu not happy Sindhu leads 13-9 12:07 pm IST:Not over yet Okuhara reminds about it She takes two points after the break to reach 7-11 Sindhu then with a drop shot which Okuhara nets Frustration for the Japanese 12:05 pm IST:This is some comeback from Sindhu She has outplayed Okuhara in this final game to lead 11-5 at the break but this game is not over yet 12:01 pm IST:Top class from Sindhu She has taken an early lead in the final game Okuhara seems frustrated 11:50 am IST:Okuhara dominates the second game Stunning net play and she outclasses Sindhu 21-11 The final is tied 1-1 and we are moving into the decider 11:42 am IST:Not the perfect start for Sindhu in the second game Okuhara seems to defend everything thrown at her She leads 11-6 at the break in the second game 11:32 am IST: Comeback Sindhu 4 straight points for the Indian as she wins the first game 22-20 She was down 18-20 Great start 11:29 am IST:Okuhara doing what she does best Long smashes then those drop shots Sindhu has tried to pick everything but trails 20-18 11:25 am IST:What a rally Sindhu smashing her way but Okuhara with an excellent but finally she nets 17-17 in first game 11:18 am IST:This is an absolute top match once again Sindhu and Okuhara are tied 13-13 in the first game 11:14 am IST:Okuhara showing early signs of dominance but Sindhu had matched her But the Japanese leads Sindhu 11-9 at break in first game 11:10 am IST:Once again Sindhu and Okuhara playing a stunner here Nothing given away by both No long rallies but some stunning skills 11:05 am IST:Sindhu and Okuhara are all set Okuhara will serve Big match for both players World number five vs world number six 11:00 am IST:All set for the final now Will Sindhu and Okuhara give us another thrilling final If you missed the World Championships final — here’s what happened in Glasgow 10:50 am IST: The men’s singles final is over Indonesia’s Anthony Ginting beats his countryman Jonatan Christie 21-13 17-21 22-20 to lift the title Time for women’s singles final now 10:15 am IST:The men’s singles final has extended to the decider We have to wait a bit longer for the Sindhu vs Okuhara match 10:00 am IST:Getting closer to the women’s final as the first set in the women’s singles final is over Sindhu can create history 09:45 am IST:If Sindhu manages to win the title in Seoul she will become the first Indian to do so This will be her second Super Series final this year 09:30 am IST:The men’s singles final is underway in Seoul PV Sindhu and Nozomi Okuhara will be on court after this match for the women’ singles final 09:15 am IST:Okuhara is all geared up for this final Rematch of the World Championship final I looking forward final tmr 3大会連続決勝の舞台 やるべき事をたんたんと pictwittercom/NYHgmtZ20s — Okuhara Nozomi 奥原 希望 (@nozomi_o11) 16 September 2017 09:00 am IST:Sindhu and Okuhara are playing a big match again Sindhu won at Rio Olympics Okuhara won at World Championships With their recent head-to-head tied 1-1 here’s Shivani Naik on their third big clash —Today once more 08:45 am IST:Another big day for the Indian badminton star PV Sindhu faces Nozomi Okuhara in the final of Korea Open She will look to avenge her World Championships loss to the Japanese player For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: April 24 2017 4:22 pm Kamal Haasan to make television debut with Bigg Boss Tamil Top News Celebrated actor Kamal Haasan is all set to add another feather to his cap The actor is making a debut with Bigg Boss’ Tamil version and is extremely nervous yet excited about it While the actor refers to himself as someone who is ‘qualified to give advises’ he is all praise for Salman Khan who has been hosting Bigg Boss’ Hindi version for several years now He said that the Tubelight actor has got back ‘Brother’ to the title of Bigg Boss referring to the original American series Big Brother Quint reports that Kamal is quite impressed about how Salman has been conducting himself on the show “Salman genuinely bonds with the contestants on Bigg Boss There is no pretension or patronising in his attitude Being friendly comes naturally to him And he gives advice as a friend not as a mentor There is none of the I-know-better superiority in his attitude I’d also like to bond genuinely with the contestants though how it goes will depend entirely on how they perceive me as a friend or as a mentor” said the actor who is currently busy wrapping up his much-awaited film Sabaash Naidu also starring daughter Shruti Haasan Also read |I persevered Vishwaroopam 2 in spite of political interferences says KamalHaasan Though the National Award winner has his plate full with multiple projects in acting as well as filmmaking aspect he says that he enjoys venturing into something new “Stepping into a new territory is always exciting I am now working simultaneously on completing the comedy Sabaash Naidu and the post-production of Vishwaroopam 2 The Bigg Boss schedules have been worked into my other commitments Let’s see how it goes” By making a television debut Kamal gets into the league of South actors like Chiranjeevi Nagarjuna Prakash Raj Sudeep and many others who have tried their hands on hosting a reality show in different regional languages For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsUpdated: February 21 2014 8:58 am Depriving MPs of the oxygen of live coverage may well have been one of the unspoken (and controversial) motivations behind the cameras being switched off Related News A technical glitch as the CEO of Lok Sabha TV claimed Or a “tactical glitch” to use Sushma Swaraj’s memorably (and presumably deliberately) oxymoronic formulation Whatever the cause all kinds of people had reason to be upset about the unannounced blackout of the live television feed of the Lok Sabha just as MPs began deliberating on the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh After all MPs lost an opportunity to stand up and be counted variously as champions of everything from Telangana to federalism to the Telugu language Andhra voters were unable to follow the discussion around carving their state up as they were entitled to do And the public at large was deprived of an episode of one of India’s longest-running reality shows whose stable of props has in recent times expanded to include pepper spray and face masks Depriving MPs of the oxygen of live coverage may well have been one of the unspoken (and controversial) motivations behind the cameras being switched off Many believe after all that this is partly responsible for Parliament’s seemingly relentless slide into chaos But is there any merit in the notion that turning the cameras off might actually help Parliament do more of the stuff it is meant to — such as debate discuss and pass bills Of course there’s no way to tell for sure; it’s possible that our perpetually on-camera MPs would behave exactly as riotously if the cameras were switched off as they do under their relentless glare (You’d think they’d get bored but apparently not) But I would argue based on my research into the early days of television coverage of the Lok Sabha Question Hour just under 20 years ago that this idea shouldn’t be dismissed out of hand For this research I had to go back to 1994-95 — roughly the year before and after Question Hour began to be shown on TV in December 1994 The problem about going into the past many would say is that India was different Indeed it was Unlike today there were no dedicated channels for the parliamentary broadcasts To get around this Doordarshan did the best it could: it broadcast the proceedings of the Lok Sabha Question Hour one week and the proceedings of the Rajya Sabha the next Odd perhaps especially in these “a channel-for-everything” days but paradoxically useful in helping us figure out what really changed when television began to take Parliament to the public In essence the alternating broadcast schedule made it possible to see whether who spoke and what they spoke about was different when MPs knew ahem that they were on TV than when it was just other MPs whose eyes were on them What I found wasn’t too comforting for the (perfectly plausible) notion that being on TV and therefore directly visible to their electorate would make MPs more likely to bring up issues that concerned their constituents After spending many months coding every geographical and issue-based mention in oral questions asked during Question Hour I failed to find any evidence that MPs shifted their focus to their constituencies Nor was it the case that those MPs who represented urban areas — where in the 1990s television ownership and viewership was much higher than in rural areas — spoke more on the weeks they were on TV What happened instead was that the focus of all kinds of MPs shifted away from representing the concerns of rural voters — measured for example by the number of questions about agricultural workers — to those likely to be of greater interest to the TV-watching city-dweller In general it would be fair to say that those who lived in areas with fewer TV eyeballs saw MPs of all stripes — including their own — raise their concerns less when they were on TV So MPs started catering more to what they thought would interest TV-watchers (who at that point were disproportionately urban and middle class) rather than what their constituents might care about The content of Question Hour became less rather than more diverse as a consequence Everyone wanted to cater to the urban voter But rural MPs did not abandon rural issues altogether They just focused less on them when they knew they were on TV Another consequence was that prominent MPs (ministers former ministers or party heads) began to take up more of Question Hour when it was on TV to the detriment of their less prominent peers whose opportunities to ask questions in Parliament shrunk While it’s hard to say exactly what was going on it appears that parties pushed those they thought would play better on TV into speaking slots — reducing the diversity of voices heard during Question Hour Of course none of this tells us exactly what would happen if the cameras were switched off today But it does tell us that there is clear evidence that what MPs do with their time in Parliament is affected by whether or not they are on TV Clearly transparency has its virtues and perhaps there will be a point beyond which popular revulsion at MPs’ antics will affect their probability of re-election But paradoxically a bit less transparency — perhaps switching the camera off for at least some of the time that Parliament is in session — may help not hinder its ability to go about its real business Or so (recent) history tells us The writer a Boston-based behavioural economist is vice president at ideas42 For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pragya Kaushika Naveed Iqbal Sweta Dutta | New Delhi | Published: April 15 2017 4:21 am Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) Top News The Indian Express speaks to a few candidates who have dedicated themselves to politics leaving behind their lives as high-flying professionals Dr Nandini Sharma 47 (BJP Malviya Nagar) A homoeopath by profession and a social worker Sharma believes that women are multi-faceted and can do multiple jobs “I am working with NGOs and with a trust I am an international homoeopathy speaker; yet I manage to find time to attend to people” she said Dinesh Bhardwaj 36 (Congress Narela) An Arjuna awardee and former national kabaddi captain Bhardwaj aims to promote sports in the capital “Many times talented people do not get proper facilities to pursue their goals I want a proper sports ground in our area first Then we can extend these facilities to other areas People are fed up with the existing councillor and they want a change” he said Dr Anisha Gupta (Cong Mubarakpur Dabas) A medical professional now foraying into politics for the first time the Congress candidate is keen on bringing change to what she says is a largely ignored constituency “The whole area is a problem Schools are few and far between and there isn’t a single hospital here” Gupta told The Indian Express She added that she is very hopeful of winning the constituency “We are going door-to-door everyday and I’m very hopeful that what I see on the ground will translate to a victory for us” Asit Yadav 30 (AAP Burari) After working with the Royal Bank of Scotland for eight years Yadav gave up his job to contest the upcoming polls “Projects to the tune of Rs 700 crore have been completed in just two years in Burari constituency Also while I am a Purvanchali my wife is an Uttaranchali; so we have support from both communities” Dr Vikash Singh 26 (AAP Dilshad Garden) A former junior resident at the Burns and Plastic Surgery Unit in GTB Hospital Singh was drawn towards the Anna Movement during his third year in MBBS Since then he has been an active volunteer of AAP A migrant from Bihar Singh hopes to sway the Purvanchali vote bank in his constituency He has also received overwhelming support from the medical staff and government school teachers as he handles school management committees in the district “It is a wrong notion that it takes a lot of money to contest elections Right from morning till late at night I walk through the lanes and bylanes in my ward I hardly have any expenses” he said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top News “Just got to know about director Suraaj’s comments.

Her father is a farmer. She produced video clippings of the engagement ceremony and claimed that Yadav and other family members are shown in the footage.By: AP | Tehran | Published: July 17 2017 12:15 pm President Hassan Rouhani. triple riding, the Najafgarh lad quickly graduated to a world-class opener.Sehwag could thrill you and disappoint you in equal measure Often hewould give India rollicking starts and then just when you thought he wasin for a major haul he would throw his wicket away playing the mostinnocuous shots At Lord’s against England in 2002 India came into bat after tea on Day 2?match did not have much significance for India as? however, it will be the nitty gritties of execution will be all-important.” she says.

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