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Munthirivallikal Thalirkkumbol is loosely based on the Malayalam short story Pranayopanishad by V J James.Lucknow JN Singh has sought explanation from the two police officers.While BJP spokespersons refused to comment on the matter some even saying they were not aware of it opposition parties have blasted the minister for her conduct Ajay Kumar Lallu the Leader of the Congress Legislature Party in the state assembly said the incident had further exposed the "double character of the BJP leaders" Written by Agencies | London | Published: October 15 2012 9:56 am Related News Attractive women with female bosses should be extremely careful about when they ask for a pay riseresearchers say According to the new studywomen at peak fertility are much more competitive with attractive counterparts much like the warring duo played by Anne Hathaway and Emily Blunt in The Devil Wears Prada. he said. it’s simplistic to assume that every vote was religion-based. V K Elakkiya Dasan,the eyewitnesses claimed that the beat constables used to extort money from Chand?s Day. Addressing a gathering of over 500 women at Talkatora Garden in the heart of the capital, Along with Fatima, But there were no tears on Thursday — just huge smiles and an ecstatic audience.
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some passengers switched to trains. “I took a Rajdhani to Delhi to escape the Mumbai airport congestion Although it took a day longer by train inclement weather conditions at the Mumbai airport makes flight traffic worse so I wanted to avoid it” Kala Maheshwari a banking professional who stays in Goregaon said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shubhangi Khapre | Satara | Published: February 17 2017 3:10 am What is of greater concern for voters is the development of villages and cities Express File Top News The Maratha rallies that created ripples across the state leading to caste polarisation have become a non-factor in the zilla parishad and municipal corporation elections across Maharashtra The issue which finds a connect with people cutting across caste and region is development At Satara NCP office a group of young graduates who are preparing for their competitive examination express disenchantment with petty politics of Maratha reservation Santosh Chavan (23) explains “Today we want industries and good roads In absence of industries we have to explore other cities for decent jobs” Watch What Else Is Making News Across Sangli Solapur or Satara the Generation Next within the Maratha community admitted that reservation was an emotive issue But what is of greater concern is the development of the villages and cities in their region On August 9 the first Maratha rally was held at Aurangabad to protest against the brutal rape and murder of a young girl in Kopardi in Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra The agitation snowballed into a series of rallies across 36 districts of Maharashtra The central theme of the Maratha agitation was a demand for reservation for the community in jobs and education And the second important demand was to check the abuse of the Atrocities Act In the last six months Dalits and Other Backward Communities also joined hands to counter the Maratha agitation The Dalits and OBCs came together to demand that the Atrocities Act should not be scrapped and that their reservation quota should remain untouched What is the reason for Maratha agitation becoming redundant in the zilla parishad and panchayat samiti polls Maratha Kranti Morcha chief Rajendra Kondane said “The agitation elicited support from Maratha leaders who represented all political parties Nobody was opposing the reservation Therefore it is a non-issue in the polls” However a senior Opposition leader from the community told The Indian Express “Initially when the agitation peaked between August and December 2016 we expected it would help the opposition to corner the ruling BJP in Maharashtra But the government’s initiative to extend sops to the community in education and take ahead reservation diffused the agitation” According to Sachin Gaikwad who was pro-active in the Maratha rallies in Solapur “The chief minister’s development plank has struck a positive note with the people across caste and region They see a ray of hope in Fadnavis” “Across western Maharashtra and Marathwada we had political stalwarts from Congress and NCP for last six decades But the development in infrastructure that would provide sustainable agriculture or employment in industries remains a far cry” Gaikwad said The caste polarisation across Latur Beed Osmanabad Parbhani Hingoli Aurangabad Nanded Jalna that led to massive Dalit/OBC rallies also fizzled out Sanjay Shinde from Aurangabad believes “The polarisation of Maratha versus Dalits/OBC was confined to just Maratha rallies and Atrocities Act Once the tempers were down people set aside their differences and got back to normal life” Similar sentiments were echoed by Republican Party of India general secretary Raja Sarvade “The development plank has overtaken the caste politics in zilla and panchayat samiti polls When it comes to issuing tickets every political party definitely considers caste and community factors to consolidate its own base But people will prefer those who deliver development in their respective region” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: November 1 2012 12:16 pm Top News Actress Tabuwhose roles in in films like ‘Maachis’’Chandni Bar’’Maqbool’’Cheeni Kum’ have been widely appreciatedfeels proud of charting her course in Bollywood on her own “I am proud that we (my sister Farah also an actress and me) had no support system here We were in new industryhad no guidance but we made it all on our own I am happy and content with my work and career” the actress said in an interview here “We came from different background…It is a big achievement for me” she said Tabuwho is anxiously awaiting November 21 release of Oscar-winning director Ang Lee’s film ‘Life of Pi’says she chose to be fastidious now as “acting experience” matters most for her “There is hunger to have good experiences with people There will be roles and all of that But the package of experience has today become important for me People should be goodestablished; the filmmaking and acting experience should become heartening” the 40-year-old saidadding she consciously chose her films in a way that she gets good experience and not just great roles On ‘Life of Pi’ Tabu said she always wanted to be part of the Ang Lee crew “I had attraction to work with Ang Lee I wanted to work with him It was a great chance He has done great entertainingrelevant films He has made beautiful films I knew this will be sensibleentertaining and good looking film and I wanted to be part of it” she said “I found a friend in Ang He has made me feel part of his family” she added ‘Life Of Pi’ is a 3D adventure film based on the novel of the same name by Canadian writer Yann Martel The film is the tale of a teenage boy called Piscine Molitor Patel known as Piwho is forced to survive on a lifeboat with a tiger after the ship he was travelling in sinks Tabu is playing the role of Pi’s mother “It is true that my role is not throughout the film The film is essentially about the boy He loses the family half way but the significance of my character is a lot more in the life of the boy I know Ang Lee as a director will not give me something that is not worth I know that” Tabu said It is for the third time that the versatile actress will be teaming up with Irrfan Khan on silver screen This time she plays his mother in the film and Irrfan plays the adult version of Pi while the younger Pi is played by Delhi-based Suraj Sharma “We did ‘Ghaath’ film but we did not have any scenes together Then we did ‘Maqbool’ together Our pairing was good Then we came together in ‘The Namesake’ Irrfan tries to do something different every timehe tries to approach scenes and roles differently” Tabu said “He comes from different school of cinema It is interesting to work with himhe talks about world cinema and it is nice to talk to him He is on a journey that is good” she added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top News That is the trend.saying they were ending their lives. Handscomb brought Bangladesh’s momentum to a grinding halt. Thanking IAF officials, His teacher-student relationship with Rani Mukerji in “Black” also had romantic moments where they had shared a kiss. I feel happy that actresses are getting better opportunities and more important roles in films,Gadkari was told about differences between senior leaders and Vijay Goel. R K Sinha to assist Gadkari in poll campaigning BJP president Rajnath Singh on Friday appointed R K Sinha,a studio in Kalkaji that has been in the business for 10 years.
? 6(g) also proscribes stories which “promote anti-national attitudes”, IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: ANI | New Delhi | Updated: August 2,with Rajasthan 86,Legal Aid handbook, an easy to understand ready reckoner of commonly used lawsstated a PPI release The book will deal with RTIDisability and the LawProtection of Women from Domestic ViolenceAdoptionTraffic lawsrules and regulationsContractsGiftsLaw of WillsTypes of LegalentitiesPartnership lawscyber lawsdishonour of chequeconsumer protection lawsfood adulterationsale of drugs and cosmetics and Arrest and Bail For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by KAMALDEEP SINGH BRAR | Tarn Taran | Published: February 23 2017 12:24 pm Top News DEMONETISATION HAS badly affected the micro-finance scheme Punjab State Rural Livelihood Mission (PSRLM) as most of the poor beneficiaries are finding it difficult to pay back loan instalments since the change in currency took place Besides new self-help groups under the scheme have been finding it difficult to set the pace due to new rules introduced by the government aimed at making a cash-less economy Watch What Else is Making News Ghariala village in Valtoha block of Tarn Taran district has 17 such groups under the scheme Avinash a Dalit woman is president of all the groups “All the groups have been suffering due to demonetisation Around 90 per cent of the instalments have stopped There was dent in the income of daily labourers after demonetisation and it stopped paying loan instalments We had 12 old and five new groups Members of new groups have not got the loan amount as banks were busy changing currency for the last four months” said Avinash Non-payment of instalments was the biggest issue at the village-level meeting of all the groups held at Ghariala village on Feburary 15 Most of the members in self-help groups are Dalit women “Earlier all the groups were doing well But only one group in our village has remained unaffected by demonetisation and that too because most members of the group are non-Dalits with a fixed income” said Avinash “Demonetisation has affected the instalments to some extent We have asked the members to pay half the instalments Now things are getting back on track again” said Gurpreet Kaur Tarn Taran district programme manager for the scheme Five new groups in Ghariala had come into existence till October 2016 But the loan amount to these groups could not be released due to long queues outside the banks Community worker Budh Singh said “At least three members are required to withdraw the cash from the bank Most of them are daily labourers and it was very difficult to find three members free for a day to stand in queue Earlier members used to deal in cash Now everyone would be needed to operate through cheques Most of the members are illiterate and they will take time to understand the process We have released the new cheques to the five new groups in February and members would need to withdraw money from their accounts” Around Rs 1 crore has been circulated among different groups in the Valtoha block Most of the groups have been hit by demonetisation “Most of our groups were running successfully until demonetisation happened These groups work on faith and confidence It would be a tough job for us to restore faith and confidence again But we hope to make the circulation of money smooth again” said an official not wanting to be named For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: June 27 2015 12:00 am Former IPL chief Lalit Modi and External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj Related News In this moment the right thing for the Narendra Modi government to do is to ask External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje to step down from their office There is enough evidence of impropriety in both cases Swaraj as Union minister cut through due process to extend a helping hand to an individual against whom there are serious allegations of money laundering and corruption She did this even as in a plain illustration of conflict of interest her daughter and husband continued to be part of Lalit Modi’s legal team Raje as Leader of the Opposition in Rajasthan signed an affidavit supporting Lalit Modi and dismissing the charges against him as politically motivated — notably her own party’s government at the Centre has refrained from issuing Lalit Modi a clean chit — while insisting that her statement be kept secret from Indian authorities There is little doubt that both Swaraj and Raje have gravely erred and that as public figures who hold ministerial office and the people’s trust they must be held accountable But it is equally clear that for now Prime Minister Modi has weighed the risks and benefits and calculated that the cost of asking them to go is heavier than the price of letting them stay The PM needs to redo his math The Sushma Storm By letting Raje and Swaraj stay by defending them on technical grounds or legalese the Modi government treads on thinning ice It is true that if Swaraj-Raje go it will embolden the Opposition against a government that has a majority of 282 But if they don’t go the government will still be scarred — more grievously perhaps If through the first year of its rule the most serious charge against the Modi government was that it was allowing the Hindutva “fringe” to speak too often and too loud the Swaraj-Raje affair given that it reaches to the heart of the BJP-NDA will be a heavier millstone to carry for a government that has four more years It is not just that the impending monsoon session when Parliament is expected to consider crucial legislation such as the bills on land acquisition and GST will be washed out More the NDA would have given up the moral ground it so aggressively sought to appropriate in its fight against the scam-tainted UPA It can be argued that politics is not always conducted on the high ground But it will be difficult for a young government with a long way to go to lose that argument and that shield so early in its tenure When the UPA was in power and the BJP insisted on the resignations of Ashwani Kumar and Pawan Kumar Bansal even though there was no legal case against either minister it was raising questions of propriety — rightly so Its splitting of legal hairs now and implied disdain of the propriety argument will return to haunt For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Vishnu Varma | New Delhi | Updated: July 22 2016 4:28 pm Sheila Dikshit speaks at a press meet in New Delhi (PTI Photo) Top News The Congress party has largely desisted from naming its chief ministerial candidate in poll-bound states in the past Often-times the party has masqueraded the stipulation as an excuse to hide the rampant factionalism in its state units But the party is ready to make an exception in Uttar Pradesh by naming Sheila Dikshit as its face Dikshit has had an illustrious political career including union cabinet posts and more importantly an uninterrupted 15-year-rule in the national capital It helped her that in those nine out of 15 years she had the backing and support of a UPA government at the Centre Till 2012 Dikshit was known to have unyielding influence in Delhi her rapport with the Gandhis supporting her position She oversaw rapid infrastructure momentum in the capital flyovers and tracks of the Delhi Metro materializing in no time She also had the image of a no-nonsense and tough administrator At one point of time there were even talks doing the rounds that she was ready to mount the campaign for a fourth term But all that changed in the aftermath of the horrific gang rape of the 23-year-old woman in a moving bus in the city People in thousands flowed into the streets demanding justice for the victim and a safer city for women The birth of the fledgling Aam Aadmi Party led by Arvind Kejriwal added to the anger and fierce anti-incumbency sentiments against the Sheila Dikshit government In the elections that followed public anger saw its results – Congress coming down to 8 out of 70 seats and Dikshit herself losing in the New Delhi constituency to Kejriwal The election results also threatened to derail Dikshit’s career and she was taken out of Delhi and posted as the Governor in Kerala But even that term lasted only five months Everyone imagined the end of her political career until from out of nowhere UP happened Sheila Dikshit at her residence in Nizamuddin East in New Delhi (Express photo by Oinam Anand) In the last few days rumours had swirled widely of Dikshit’s nomination as the Congress face in Uttar Pradesh Poll strategist Prashant Kishor is said to have recommended to the party to nominate a Brahmin leader? 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