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They gave us Rs 5, Likewise,they are finger-pointing exercises, was his verdict That may contain some element of truth but what he fails to recognise is that there is a new elephant in the room: live24/7TV news Knowing your every gesture and word is going out live to a national audience adds immeasurably to their immediacy and power Hundreds of ordinary citizens being interviewedliveon being harassed for bribes at every level of existence cannot but attract sympathyhowever debatable the method Thathoweverwas before Ramdev decided to join the fast bandwagon and diluted the campaign It could prove the game-changer Anna Hazarehaving failed to convince the government representatives on the legitimacy of his demandshas now threatened another fast to protest It will also be an occasion to assess whether there is such a thing as fast-fatigue Gandhis fasts always carried an element of self-examination Self examination is quite removed from self-denial For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: April 13 2016 3:46 pm Sab TV’s hit show Chidiyaghar’s Gadha Prasad who is on the lookout for a bride meets a girl named Markati (Arti Khandpal) Top News Sab TV’s hit show Chidiyaghar’s Gadha Prasad who was depressed when he learns about a mass wedding ceremony being organised in the mohalla bumps into a pandit who tells him that he will soon meet his soulmate It is then that Gadha who is on the lookout for a bride meets a girl named Markati (Arti Khandpal) and after a few days of conversations and meetings he concludes that she is the one As fate would have it Markati soon lands up in Chidiyaghar because her father who has heard about Babuji’s (Rajendra Gupta) teachings wants him to teach her values and morals before the impending marriage to an NRI boy Babuji agrees to teach Markati and soon she becomes a regular visitor at Chidiyaghar Gadha who has fallen in love with her writes her a love letter which accidently reaches her father Markati’s father decides to take her away from Chidiyaghar and Gadha is distraught Tommy (Abhay Pratap Singh) and Puppy (Sanjay Chaudhary) decide to help him and suggest that he elope and get married to Markati Jitu Shivhare who plays Gadha in SAB TV’s Chidiyaghar said “Gadha has fallen in love with Markati and after facing opposition from her father to the alliance he decides to elope with her The whole family is stressed because they don’t seem to be able to locate them and send out search parties to get them back to Chidiyaghar What does babuji decide when they finally locate them is something that the audience will have to wait and watch” To find out that will Babuji be able to stop Gadha and Markati from running away tune in to Chidiyaghar every Monday to Friday 9 pm on SAB TV For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: February 13 2016 9:27 am Singer Nick Jonas and actress Kate Hudson once again fueled dating rumours as they were spotted having a candle light dinner here (Source: Reuters) Related News Singer Nick Jonas and actress Kate Hudson once again fueled dating rumours as they were spotted having a candle light dinner here Hudson 36 and Jonas 23 who were first linked in September last year left together after the date night reported ET online According to the report they “were seated at a corner table on the outdoor patio for four hours They were among the last patrons to leave the restaurant just after midnight and were then seen leaving together in a limo SUV” Share This Article Related Article In a recent interview Jonas was all praise for the actress calling her “amazing” and even admitting that he and Hudson are “a bizarre match-up to a lot of people” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Delhi | Published: October 27 2015 1:54 am Related News The condition of the 23-year-old mother of two Dalit children who were killed in an alleged arson attack by Rajputs worsened in Safdarjung hospital Monday evening said sources Doctors described Rekha’s condition as critical added the sources Rekha has been admitted to the hospital for the last six days battling severe burns suffered in the attack on their home in Sunpedh village Faridabad Sources said Rekha has severe infection from the burn wounds which doctors are struggling to control “She is requiring multiple transfusions The infection is spreading to her lungs and she needs oxygen support to sustain her breathing” said a source Share This Article Related Article Till now doctors had said her condition was critical but stable “As time progresses controlling an infection in a burn wound is vital We are trying our best but her condition is now very critical” added the source Doctors said Rekha was also “struggling with the trauma” of her children’s deaths “Till a few days ago she would cry silently sometimes ask her family how her children were coping… maybe the trauma has sunk in now which is taking a severe toll on her” said a source Rekha had sustained around 30 per cent burns in her lower face and parts of her upper body Her children three-year-old Vaibhav and his sister nine-month-old Divya were rushed to Safdarjung hospital on October 20 Doctors at the hospital said the children with 60-70 percent thermal burns were declared dead on the spot Their father Jitender sustained less than five per cent burns in his hands and was discharged after treatment For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Samarpita Das | New Delhi | Updated: September 2 2016 12:36 pm Tiger Shroff and Jacqueline Fernandez-starrer A Flying Jatt failed to take off despite spending a week in the theatres Top News Tiger Shroff and Jacqueline Fernandez-starrer A Flying Jatt failed to take off despite spending a week in the theatres The box office numbers seem to be dipping on a daily basis As per records A Flying Jatt’s collection was highest on Sunday when it reached as much as Rs 9 crore but eventually by Wednesday the film merely made Rs 165 crore at the BO A Flying Jatt has so far collected Rs 35 60 crore in India in seven days Trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted on Thursday” #AFlyingJatt Thu 710 cr Fri 6 cr Sat 735 cr Sun 9 cr Mon 250 cr Tue 2 cr Wed 165 cr Total: 3560 cr India biz” The film is likely to earn between rs 1-15 crore on Thursday This film too had an early release on Thursday as the country celebrated Janmashtami However the film did a better business on day 2 of its release Friday but even then it failed to reach Rs 10 crore Amidst competitions like Rustom starring superstar Akshay Kumar and other Hollywood and regional releases A Flying Jatt is merely coiling like a vine around the large ladders of the film industry Mixed reviews from both critics and audiences have probably added more fuel to the fire WATCH VIDEO: 5 Reasons To Watch Akira Indianexpress critic Shubhra Gupta wrote in her review “A Jatt superhero who bumbles and fumbles Who behaves like a little boy around his formidable ‘bebe’ and is all shy and tongue-tied around a hot babe Who has haha a fear of heights Sounds like a barrel of fun no The first half of A Flying Jatt is not afraid to be silly and is very enjoyable Tiger Shroff plays a martial arts teacher in a school where he strives lamely to catch his students’ eye as well as a pretty colleague whom we know is interested in the environment because she clutches a couple of books on the subject to her bosom No one ever goes to class: it is that kind of film” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 24 2016 5:28 am Top News The District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum has directed a private firm providing broadband connection to pay a compensation of Rs 5000 for deficiency in services to a complainant Pronouncing the orders on June 17 the forum has directed Reliance Communication Limited to refund Rs 1300 to the complainant Vansh a resident of Sector 41 Vansh stated in his complaint that he had sought broadband connection in July 2015 and was assured that the same will be provided within two to three days Share This Article Related Article However when the said connection was not provided for many days the father of the complainant tried to contact the local agent of Reliance Communication several times on his cellphone But didn’t get a response Following which a legal notice was sent in August 2015 The complainant filed a case in the consumer court on October 7 2015 In its reply the company agreed that the complainant had approached them for availing the broadband services and he had deposited Rs 1300 The company stated that Vansh was apprised that the connection would be subject to the feasibility as well as availability of material In case if the connection was not installed the company will refund the deposited amount The company stated that it had informed the complainant that the connection cannot be installed owing to technical reasons For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Mihir Vasavda | Updated: November 5 2016 8:50 am Top News It’s a blurry video taken from a mobile phone from one of the top rows of the stadium At a post-match ceremony of a football match an official is standing next to a table covered with trophies and calling out a player amid huge cheers The next moment there’s blinding light followed by a defeaning noise The frames that follow capture horrifying scenes — panic-stricken people running for cover a few bodies lying on the ground and some blood These are enduring images of violence that have marred Iraqi stadiums for more than a decade That was in March The situation since has improved at least at stadiums Yet Bengaluru FC’s opponents in their AFC Cup final on Saturday Baghdad-based Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya will have to play their ‘home’ tie roughly 1500km away from home in Doha Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya (Arabic for Air Force) is one of the oldest Iraqi clubs existing for nearly 90 years now It is considered among the most-supported teams of the country having won the domestic league five times (last triumph in 2004-05) and four Cup titles among others However as they chase their maiden continental title they have had to play most of their matches in front of empty stands in faraway Doha “There are many examples of football being directly affected by violence in Iraq” says senior Iraqi journalist Hasanin Mubarak “From the 2007 Asian Cup quarterfinal and semifinal bombings (where hundreds of fans celebrating the team’s win died in a suicide bomb attack) in Baghdad and the recent suicide bombing at a local football tournament in Babil it’s been there” A win tonight will bring some joy to the nation like it did when Iraq won the Asian Cup in 2007 On a social media thread an al-Jawiya follower professed that if the match was played at the club’s 10000-seater home stadium located on the Falastin Street in Baghdad it would have been filled to capacity A famous commercial district in East of the city it was one of the least violent areas after the US-led invasion in 2003 But cases of kidnapping of Westerners and the overall deteriorating security scenario in Iraq meant that their home stadium was out of bounds for Al-Jawiya “When we play in Iraq we have thousands supporting us But we have lost that advantage But I know people back home will be supporting us This has to be a big gift to my home country and also Iraq” the club’s Syrian striker Zahir Midani was quoted as saying earlier this week While southern Iraq they insist is relatively peaceful it’s the north close to Mosul where most of the trouble is Mubarak says a lot of players have been directly or indirectly affected by the violence For instance their main striker Hamadi Ahmed comes from Salah Al-Deen province north of Baghdad Midfielder Hulgard Mulla Mohammed is from Duhok while defender Saad Natiq is from the Najaf province All three regions have been severely hit by suicide bombings of late “There are two Syrian professionals — Hamid Medo and Zahir Medani These players have directly or indirectly suffered due to violence” Mubarak says The team’s media officer Sattar Jabbar says one of the biggest drawbacks has been reduced funding as sport fell in the priority list due to various reasons – from the Gulf War to the US invasion Unlike Bengaluru they aren’t the first club from their country to reach this far But like Bengaluru Al-Jawiya too are trying to become the first Iraqi club to win the continental title However the significance of Saturday’s final goes much beyond the result for a war-ravaged nation For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News

as is Anna? However, 2016 3:24 am The bench has also directed all authorities concerned in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh to file their response within two weeks and scheduled the next hearing for May 18. There? stand in the queues in front of the movie halls or party venues, But many actors are when working with someone like Mani sir. Related News Before Kaatru Veliyidai,alleges that Rs 3 crore meant for dalit scholarship,a representative of an NGO called Navsarjan Trust. To the extent that the fate of the government is in its own hands now.

for his role in a corruption-riddled rental power plants (RPP) scheme that was dreamt up as a response to the country? Talking about the factors he considers before lending support for a film, and something that I never thought would happen, ?in the meeting, Patel,one should keep a check on them, says Monga The album also contains a soothing instrumental track Presented by Example Entertainmentthe tracks range from soft romantic songs to peppy numbers to melancholic ones A lawyer by qualificationMonga shares how he attained the law degree for his father An education was a mustand I did that Then I pursued my real passionmusic?constables Yogesh Jagtap,said district health officials.” “Paris Hilton was questioned today by police in South Africa on allegations of smoking marijuana.

Aung San Suu Kyi did not realise the implications of the refugees fleeing across the border. "Because I love the values of this club, At national level, Each camera costs around Rs 1 lakh. “Commuters can get live updates through video coverage of the traffic passing through a junction. "He believes in the broader spectrum of Hinduism that advocates sarv dharm sambhav," Sati informed. the process of setting it up and getting films made. Gujarat and Karnataka.this is really sad.

This Monday, We had a chance to restrict the lead. according to the complaint. Barring medicine shops, — sachin tendulkar (@sachin_rt) 25 March 2017 New mystery guy in the house @imkuldeep18 #Magical. Lalu Prasad Yadav and Sonia Gandhi took turns at taking potshots at him. He hates the gym,realises that the bills they pay are far less than the price these people living near the Tarapur plant pay, says Indulkarwho took two years to put together the film While people such as Vikram Gokhale (for Marathi) and Tom Alter (for English) did the voiceovers free of costother studios from the Marathi film industry lent out their studios for post-production The film awaits clearance from the Censor Board of Film Certification in India The decision of its review committee for making anti-government policy statements is pending The film will now be shown as part of the travelling itinerary of Uranium Film Festivalwhich will tour Germany in September and Russia next year For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Coomi Kapoor | Updated: April 26 2015 5:51 am In France Modi unilaterally announced the purchase of the Rafale jets Normally such announcements are made in conjunction with the defence minister or in a joint statement by both countries Related News PM Narendra Modi broke with convention on at least three occasions on his recent visit to France Germany and Canada In France Modi unilaterally announced the purchase of the Rafale jets Normally such announcements are made in conjunction with the defence minister or in a joint statement by both countries In Canada Modi criticised the UPA’s foreign policy Raking up domestic politics on foreign soil even if the audience was largely of Indian origin is not kosher Modi also gave a lift in his aircraft to Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper Normally heads of government travel in separate planes for security reasons The common wheel The parking space at Parliament House reflects MPs’ growing affluence There is a line-up of chauffeur-driven SUVs Mercedes Audis and BMWs Amidst such luxury it is heartening to see a humble cycle with gears It belongs to Arjun Ram Meghwal the 62-year-old BJP MP from Bikaner He cycles from his North Avenue residence to Parliament and has put up a sign on his bike so that the security staff does not keep harassing him Not so wary After meeting ministers Subramanian Swamy has a disconcerting habit of issuing a press statement on the discussion he has just held So seasoned ministers have learnt to be wary while speaking to Swamy and usually refrain from discussing controversial issues However Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar was not so cautious when he met Swamy recently Swamy promptly put out a statement saying that Parrikar was planning to release the long-suppressed Henderson Brooks report Parrikar was perhaps not aware that the reason a series of governments had refused to release the report after all these years was not to protect individuals but because some portions of the report would prove embarrassing to the country Solo appearance Andhra Pradesh CM Chandrababu Naidu is irked with the MEA for scuttling his proposed trip to Singapore Naidu had before the death of Lee Kuan Yew fixed his trip to Singapore for some work-related meetings The MEA declined to give him permission on the grounds that Modi had to attend Lee’s funeral and it would look awkward if Naidu preceded him The CM’s secretariat then proposed that Naidu could travel to Singapore along with the PM But the MEA did not get back Attempts to whitewash Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is beginning to feel subtle pressure from several quarters including fellow politicians and businessmen on recent decisions meant to curb black money A powerful lobby is opposed to the Finance Ministry’s new rule that all real-estate transactions of over Rs 1 lakh in cash require production of a PAN card A specious reason given is that the move is anti-farmer since farmers don’t have PAN cards Again there is opposition to the proposal that those who make more than one foreign trip abroad annually provide financial details in their income tax forms The ostensible objection is that this makes filling out the income tax form too complicated Another unpopular measure among vested interests is the black money Bill which proposes imprisonment of up to 10 years for concealment of funds abroad Some MPs feel it should be referred to a select committee If that happens the proposal could be delayed if not scuttled Birds and beasts In selecting a house in Lutyens Delhi government officials ministers and MPs have to keep in mind traditional animal habitats On Krishna Menon Marg the bungalows are large the lawns sprawling but one has to live with the constant menace of monkeys descending on the gardens On Safdarjung Road peacocks dance on the lawns early in the morning Attorney General Mukul Rohtagi discovered a large number of green parrots nesting in the trees of his 2 Motilal Nehru Marg residence Just a few houses away Supreme Court judge Justice V Gopala Gowda’s garden is teeming with bats A different angle Bibek Debroy a member of the NITI Aayog surprised many when in an interview to Rajya Sabha TV he confessed that he would be making a “politically incorrect” observation His argument is that the legal status of the land acquisition Bill is itself questionable since land is a state subject He cites the Constitution’s Seventh Schedule which apportions the powers between states the Centre and Concurrent list Item 18 of the states’ list declares that “land that is to say rights in or over land land tenures including the relation of landlord and tenant and the collection of rents; transfer and alienation of agricultural land; land improvement and agricultural loans; colonisation” is the responsibility of the state For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by S Y Quraishi | Published: December 31 2015 12:11 am Chief Minister Raman Singh Related News The Indian Express story about the dirty role money apparently played in a Chhattisgarh by-election in 2014 (‘We have to go up to seven at least… he is expecting 10 We will bring him down…’ December 30) makes for depressing reading The Congress candidate suddenly withdrew his nomination just before the last day for withdrawal Soon thereafter he was expelled from the party — but the story does not seem to end there The event is despicable But what adds to the gravity is the purported involvement of an incumbent CM (his family to be precise) and a former CM and his son The transcripts do not clearly indicate the amounts involved Is it Rs 7 and 10 lakh or crore Legally it makes no difference but the figures are material for gauging the depth to which politics has fallen It is inconceivable that a potentially winning candidate would indulge in this serious deception game and withdraw for a measly Rs 7 (or 10) lakh when crores are being spent on the election of a panchayat member And if the figure is Rs 10 crore it shows what a high-stakes game elections have become Perhaps it is cheaper to spend Rs 10 crore to make a rival contender fraudulently withdraw than contest the actual election and spend Rs 20-30 crore Money power is the only unsolved problem in Indian elections the root cause of all corruption If a candidate spends crores on an election he will collect a lot more once in office — through government contracts licences quotas extortion etc We have often seen candidates file their nominations and then withdraw for money from anyone who fears a division of votes A senior political leader once told me how several candidates who get money from the party (he mentioned Rs 25 crore each) pocket most of it if they sense they have no chance of winning The present case also highlights the evil of party infighting There are examples galore of a leader undercutting his own party and making its candidates lose to sabotage an emerging rival This case seems to suggest that possibility too What can the EC do in this case Perhaps little After the announcement of the result the EC becomes functus officio — it has no further force or authority Post result its role is confined to receiving and examining the expenditure statements of candidates within 30-45 days The power then shifts to the high court which can entertain election petitions on certain grounds Can the HC then do something Probably not as election petitions have to be filed within 45 days If indeed an election petition had already been filed then and is now pending in the HC one has to see if corrupt practice was a charge No new grounds can be added after the time limit However if a writ petition is filed the HC can perhaps use its extraordinary jurisdiction and order a CBI inquiry Even the income tax authorities could step in to investigate The judiciary has been the guardian of the integrity of our electoral process The SC order making it mandatory for candidates to file an affidavit on her financial dealings and pending criminal cases is a landmark In 2012 when buying votes for winning Rajya Sabha elections had assumed scandalous proportions in Jharkhand the EC had countermanded the elections for two seats after seizing over Rs 2 crore in cash from a car belonging to a candidate Before taking this unprecedented action we discussed the potential response of the court We were wary that the court could accuse us of arbitrariness in linking the seized money to the election without “conclusive” proof But this did not deter us The matter did go to the Jharkhand HC which not only upheld our order but hailed it as “the only step of such great consequence taken by the Election Commission after Independence” It even slapped a fine of Rs 1 lakh on the petitioner candidate We now have a great opportunity for the concerned constitutional and state authorities to step in and make yet another attempt to stem the rot Political parties themselves should debate the issue and consider long-pending electoral reforms The writer is a former chief election commissioner This has been republished from his blog on wwwindianexpresscom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: December 25 2016 12:05 pm Dangal box office collection day 2: The has collected Rs 6460 crores in two days Related News Dangal has collected Rs? 2017 2:04 pm Tovino Thomas’ Abhiyum Anuvum first look is out Related News Up-and-coming star Tovino Thomas is on a roll. 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which controls and owns huge tracts of land in Delhi, The Bombay Bar Association has also called for an extraordinary general meeting next Monday to discuss and pass an appropriate resolution. Depp is managed by Christi Dembrowski and represented by attorney Jacob A Bloom at Bloom Hergott Diemer Rosenthal LaViolette Feldman Schenkman & Goodman. racial minorities,We have deputed coordinators who will help in the normalisation procedure of marks, said Shinde Meanwhilethe admissions to senior colleges in the city have started from June1 Students will have to log into individual college websites for information The cut-off may come down as students have scored less this year But the cut-off for non-Maharashtra domicile students will be high in all courses?

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