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among others.” Gandhi had remarked during a press conference in Chandigarh. because of the stench of carcasses, The argument was simple: The BJP is good at mobilising voters in the name of Hindutva.sanitation and other problems are becoming severe in cities.t played that many times against her. 1 in the CCI tournament, Tottenham’s chances of overhauling Chelsea’s lead are slim, New Experience ! All excited to associate with this vibrant team Looking forward.!” he posted on his Facebook page All the best to my most fav @aanandlrai my good friend Nivin and Geethu Mohandoss for this project Looks very interesting #moothon pictwittercom/X2Gg1SjNt6 — Dhanush (@dhanushkraja) January 9 2017 Nivin’s next film will be Hey Jude in which he will share screen space with actor Trisha who is making her Mollywood debut with this romantic flick The shooting for the film said to start in February For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsUpdated: February 24 2014 9:31 am Only anarchy can result when ministers behave like stormtroopers or when the head of government behaves like a petulant child denied his favourite toy threatening to resign whenever he is not allowed to do exactly what he wants PTI Related News What has been the most important event of 2013 Many in north India and in other parts of the country will single out the stupendous showing of the Aam Aadmi Party in the Delhi state assembly elections The main point on its manifesto was to cleanse the political system and to eliminate the VIP culture that dominates every walk of life in the capital These goals obviously appealed to a large section of the electorate How else could virtual non-entities defeat established stalwarts Most of its supporters and perhaps an equally large number of those who were watching from the sidelines must have hoped that the AAP’s victory would have a salutary effect on Indian politics Surely the older generation politicians would now gauge the anger and disgust of the voters and change their ways in order to have a fighting chance of getting back their coveted positions in the Lok Sabha and state assemblies Of course in order for any of this to happen the AAP would have had to prove that it is a viable alternative able to govern for a long time Unfortunately the AAP and its leader Arvind Kejriwal have failed to pass this litmus test Kejriwal had declared more than once that he would resign if his government could not pass the Jan Lokpal bill sooner rather than later His self-imposed deadline was unrealistic since there seemed to be several legal hurdles that had to be crossed before the Delhi Assembly could even consider the bill His attempt to table the bill was defeated and Kejriwal submitted his resignation Where does he go from here In his resignation letter he recommended that the Delhi assembly be dissolved and fresh elections be held as soon as possible It is likely that the elections to the assembly will be held simultaneously with the Lok Sabha elections Will the AAP come back to power Perhaps the more important question is should the AAP come back to power Consider the second question first Consistency though not prudence demands that Kejriwal stick to his stand that he will resign again if the Jan Lokpal bill does not find its way into the statute books But even if the AAP wins an absolute majority in the state assembly there is virtually no chance that it will have a sizeable presence in the Lok Sabha — every recent poll gives it only a handful of seats outside Delhi So in the best of scenarios for the AAP the state assembly can “pass” the bill This will be at best an empty victory Surely the ruling coalition at the Centre will insist that such a bill needs prior approval of the lieutenant governor of Delhi And why not since implementation of the bill would require at least some expenditure from the Centre So the most likely outcome if the AAP comes back to power with an absolute majority is a constitutional logjam We will know soon enough about voter reactions But there are signs that the AAP has lost some support during its short stint in power The AAP has disillusioned many of its well wishers by demonstrating that it has no intention of respecting established legal processes Only anarchy can result when ministers behave like stormtroopers or when the head of government behaves like a petulant child who has been denied his favourite toy threatening to resign whenever he is not allowed to do exactly what he wants There are also questions about whether it has a coherent set of policies Consider for instance its economic policies These are laced with a liberal dose of populism — one aspect in which the AAP has mimicked other political parties Its manifesto promised to slash water and electricity charges in the capital One of its first steps in office was to waive water charges up to a stipulated amount for all households One of its last acts was to waive half the dues of all those who did not pay electricity charges between October 2012 and March 2013 It has sought to justify the latter by alleging that the distribution companies have inflated costs by manipulating its accounts But there is no concrete proof that the extent of manipulation is so large as to allow for a 50 per cent reduction in charges The AAP’s economics team does not seem to be aware of the grave long-term consequences of such subsidies First there is the serious allocative problem that such subsidies will result in overuse — a potential disaster in water-scarce Delhi Second someone has to pay in full for the cost incurred When users are not charged fully non-users have to pay a part of the cost perhaps indirectly because other welfare schemes are starved of funds This can often be inequitable if the latter are poorer This may well have happened in the case of water since a large number of poorer households in Delhi do not have access to piped water The AAP’s earlier manifesto also lists several schemes such as building new and better government schools and colleges increasing the number of hospital beds to the “international norm” of five per thousand patients improving sanitation and so on These are all laudable objectives but they do require large sums of money At no point was there any mention of how these were to be financed in particular whether new taxes would be imposed or existing ones increased Of course the AAP has only followed the practice of other political parties — list benefits but do not mention increase in taxes But then the USP of the AAP is to be different from the others The AAP has decided to spread its wings and establish a national presence Good intentions and honesty are desirable qualities in politicians particularly in a country where large numbers of this class lack both attributes Many voters rightly continue to believe that the AAP leaders possess both attributes Unfortunately these qualities must be combined with knowledge of some basic principles of governance as well as sound policies The AAP has scored very poorly on the latter Unless its leaders realise the importance of overcoming these shortcomings it will not be a viable option for voters certainly not at the national level For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Meenakshi Iyer | Updated: May 8 2015 2:36 pm Damask dessert at Mumbai’s La Folie; violets from France’s Toulouse region are used in the popular L’enviolet dessert; Lemon Cucumber Sorrel served at Olive Bar and Kitchen in Delhi; Salmon on Fire served at Yuuka in Palladium Hotel Related News Owner of Mumbai-based French patisserie Le15 Pooja Dhingra’s Instagram shows her latest creation — the cherry blossom macaron Inspired by her recent trip to Japan where she saw sakuras bloom across Tokyo Dhingra returned home bursting with ideas “I picked up dried cherry blossom flowers and tea and infused it in ganache to make the macarons” says Dhingra who has earlier experimented with dehydrated rose petals marigold and dried lavender from France for her hot-selling macarons At Yuuka in Mumbai’s Palladium Hotel the Japanese restaurant helmed by Boston-based chef Ting Yen fried sakura flowers are used on top of its Tofu carpaccio a dish that emphasises the delicate nature of Japanese cooking For the dish Sakura flowers are coated with panko crumbs before deep-frying them in hot oil “The oil should be hot but not too hot The secret lies in light hands” says Yen in an email from Boston Share This Article Related Article Though it is a small component of the dish what makes him go the mile It has to be the right kind of crunch yet retain the flavours of this delicate flower “Edible flowers have distinct taste and no matter how flat the palate of the diner the fact is that it does truly make a difference” he says Yen uses a mix of flowers such as fragrant marigold tangy calendula sweet violaand peppery nasturtium for his signature creations such as Salmon on Fire andSalmon Truffle Increasingly restaurants are paying attention to plating and taste profiles and chefs are taking special interest in this trend — right from growing flowerbeds to even foraging Given Delhi’s urban sprawl chefs have more space to play around with ingredients When Chef Pankaj Sharma of Dramz says he likes to use local ingredients he is referring to what he is growing in own backyard The lawns outside the spacious whiskey bar in Mehrauli are bedded with seasonal flowers and micro-greens all of which find their way to his plates A visit to the garden with Sharma will have him proudly point out at seemingly innocuous shrubs and instruct you to pluck a leaf or bud and taste it Onion flowers Yes please Around the corner is Sujan S at Olive Bar and Kitchen Apart from overseeing his restaurant’s celebrated Mediterranean cuisine Sujan holds The Tasting Lab on Thursdays at the adjoining Greenhouse on The Ridge a curated multi-course dining experience which sees him blend science nature and food in a no-holds-barred way Your scallops will come with nasturtium and fermented garlic while a salad will have 30 components herbaceous and more A light touch of essence or an infusion in a dessert or a syrup or floral liqueurfor artisanal cocktails can give an edgy accent to them For instance at Goa’sA Riverie a quirky restaurant in Calangute essential oil made of finest Bulgarian rose petals is infused in brut champagne cocktail Priced at $20000 for a kilo (roughly Rs 13 lakh) it is the most expensive ingredient used at the restaurant Not to be left behind Delhi’s bars are also playing in their gardens Social in Hauz Khas Village has cocktails that use frozen chamomile leaves blended with whiskey and cranberries and served with the flower; as well as Schizophrenic which is an infusion of vodka edible lily essence lavender and the flower itself At The Hungry Monkey the heady elderflower cordial is used in a tequila-based cocktail which tastes like summer At La Folie in Mumbai fresh damask roses — a rare variety with mellow fragrance — are used to make an infusion for its damask desserts Similarly violets from Toulouse region of France are used in the popular L’enviolet dessert As the trend picks up in India chefs are open to experimenting with Indian origin flowers such as jasmine marigold and hibiscus “However one must pair them correctly with the base For instance marigold may work with a carrot cake if it has a nice orange and marigold compote but will it go well with a chocolate based dessert” asks Chef Sanjana Patel of La Folie Flowers in Indian cuisine Banana flowers: These heady flowers are primarily used in Bengali and south Indian cooking Known as vazhaipoo in Tamil these are used in deep-fried vadas or stir-fried with coconut Mocha (banana blossom) is turned into a spicy dish in Bengali cuisine Drumstick flowers: In Sojne Phul Bhaja drumstick flowers are stir-fried with brinjal Pumpkin flowers: In Bengali food pumpkin flowers and buds are batter-fried and enjoyed as snacks while south Indians turn it into a stir-fry with lots of coconut Rose petals: Who hasn’t had a gulkand milkshake or rose water or petals in their dessert With inputs from Shantanu David For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAs expected the Supreme Court’s verdict of turningthe clock back in Arunachal has only muddied the already murky politics in the state The Congress legislature party (CLP) has chosen Pema Khandu son of former Chief Minister Dorgee Khandu as its leader in place of Chief Minister Nabam Tuki who resigned hours before the much-anticipated floor test was scheduled to prove his majority in the Assembly The SC had recently turned back the clock in Arunachal by restoring the Nabam Tuki-led Congress government in the stateand by quashing Governor Jyoti Prasad Rajkhowa’s decision issued onDecember 2015to advance the state Assembly session by a month File image of Nabam Tuki IBN Kalikho Pul who was acting as the chief minister before the SC verdict also rushed to the legislature party meeting and endorsed the decision of choosing Khandu as Tuki’s successor Will this mark the end of all the political problems Apparently not as there are signs that suggest the beginning of yet another bout of uncertainty sooner rather than later Judicial intervention can hardly be a substitute for morality and ethics in politics And the key players of Arunachal politics are guided by a compass whose coordinates are set by chicanery and greed of the highest order Take for the instance the reason behind the rebels joining the legislature party on Saturday It would be nave to believe that the CLP in Arunachal Pradesh would become a cohesive and solid group under the leadership of Pema Khandu Their reasons for attending the legislature party meeting has more to do with deterrence of the anti-defection law than their love for the Congress Since the clock was turned back rebel legislators chose discretion over valour and avoided any move that could be seen as adequate grounds for disqualification by the Speaker Nebam Rebia They would have been exposed to action under the anti-defection act should they have decided to stay away from the meeting Given the fact that the rebels fall far short of the required figure of two-third of the CLP strength they have chosen to play along and buy time The BJP would be waiting in the wings to strike at a time when inner contradictions within the Congress would play out at the time of the trial of strength Governor JP Rajkhowa who acted in the past as the Centre’s agent is absent on account of illness Acting Governor Tathagata Roy may be more discreet this time while playing his role But his adherence to constitutional propriety would remain suspect Though the inherent fragility of the Arunchal Pradesh government is very much evident the Congress and the BJP would use offices of the speaker and the Governor respectively to pursue their political ends The script in Arunachal is so familiar that it hardly requires any imaginative thinking Uttar Pradesh Bihar Gujarat and many other states have gone through similar situations Remember the Jagdambika Pal versus Kalyan Singh case in Uttar Pradesh in 1998 when the SC asked the State Assembly to hold a composite floor test to elect a chief minister More recently in Bihar Jitan Ram Manjhi tried every trick of the trade to retain his chief ministership with the tacit connivance of the Raj Bhavan but was eventually outmaneuvered by Nitish Kumar The signals emanating from Itanagar are quite clear The real battle will begin once Governor Roy appoints Pema Khandu as the chief minister and asks him to prove his majority on the floor of the House Till then the key political players would hold their horses and adhere to the rulebook more in letter than in spirit This is the precise reason why the unanimous decision by the five-member bench by the SC is unlikely to the restore the moral and ethical compass to politics In contrast to the SR Bommai judgment which incorporated recommendations of the Sarkaria commission and made the imposition of the President’s rule justiciable the Arunachal Pradesh verdict has left enough space for manipulation which may push the state to instability sooner rather than later Written by Yubaraj Ghimire | Kathmandu | Updated: July 1 2016 7:23 pm Prime Minister of Nepal KP Sharma Oli at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi (File PTI Photo by Atul Yadav) Top News A coalition government is normally formed on the basis of a common minimum programme and conditions agreed upon by the constituents However the right to defy or oppose the Constitution is not something that the coalition partners are granted On this count Nepal stands out as an exception with at least three key constituents and two Deputy Prime Ministers taking the liberty to oppose the fundamental identity of the Constitution Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Affairs Ministry Kamal Thapa who is also the chairman of the Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal (RPPN) the fourth largest in Parliament never misses an opportunity to assert that he is opposed to Republicanism secularism and federalism He also says that if and when his party secures a two-third majority in the House it will transform Nepal into a Vaidic Sanatani Kingdom (constitutional Monarchy) with a unitary but decentralized administrative set-up Chitra Bahadur K C another Deputy Prime Minister is opposed to federalism and asserts that Nepal’s switch to federalism will jeopardize the country’s unity and integrity Yet another party—the Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) – advocating a Hindu Nepal also has two representatives in the 49-member council of ministers This is an issue that the opposition has been raising continuously ever since pushing Prime Minister Oli into the defensive “How can you allow people clearly opposed to the Constitution to continue in your cabinet” asked Ram Hari Khatiwada a vocal parliamentarian from the main opposition Nepali Congress Party the Prime Minister last week The Prime Minister is not alone in facing an awkward situation The RPP-N has already suffered some internal problem with members asking whether they should follow the party’s political line that gave them the fourth largest position in the House or adhere to a Constitution that contradicts the party line The Prime Minister’s predicament is understandable: he needs the numbers in Parliament to retain power but at what cost For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Alok Singh | New Delhi | Published: May 2 2017 1:15 am Though the sanctioned number of staff at every police station should be over 150 the North Avenue police station has only 60 police personnel (Representational) Top News The North Avenue police station in the New Delhi district — which was started so that safety of Parliamentarians and others living in Lutyens’ Delhi is ensured — is facing an acute shortage of staff Though the sanctioned number of staff at every police station should be over 150 the North Avenue police station has only 60 police personnel The police station has two inspectors including an SHO four sub-inspectors (SI) 15 assistant sub-inspectors (ASI) 10 head constables (HC) and 29 constables Of these nine are women According to police sources sometimes just two to three personnel man the station when there are events in the area This happens quite often as movement of VIPs is frequent in the New Delhi district A senior police officer told The Indian Express that more police personnel will join the North Avenue police station soon and that they have already moved a proposal for additional staff Earlier just a police post it was turned into a police station in 2015 as Delhi Police felt that inspector-level officers and additional staff are required to patrol the highly secured area For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Rome | Published: September 11 2016 1:41 am Gonzalo Higuain (left) scored twice in the opening ten minutes in his first start for Juventus (Source: AP) Top News Juventus’ two prized acquisitions were on full display in a convincing 3-1 win over Sassuolo in Serie A on Saturday Gonzalo Higuain scored twice in the opening 10 minutes and Miralem Pjanic added another before the break as the Bianconeri warmed up for a Champions League it has designs on winning Higuain and Pjanic were each making their first starts for Juventus after transferring from rivals Napoli and Roma respectively Higuain’s move broke the Italian transfer fee record at 90 million euros ($100 million) after scoring 36 times last season to break a 66-year-old Serie A mark for goals scored in a single season Pjanic the crafty Bosnia playmaker arrived for a more modest 32 million euros ($36 million) Higuain’s new partnership with fellow Argentina forward Paulo Dybala didn’t take long to function Five minutes in Dybala provided the through ball for Higuain to finish off a counterattack with an angled shot inside the far post Five minutes later Higuain produced an acrobatic effort to redirect in a headed pass from Sami Khedira “The partnership with Dybala is improving But I just got here We’ve got time” Higuain said “I’m really happy to have come here” Pjanic’s first goal of the season came following a rebound of his own shot off the crossbar It wasn’t all perfect though Goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon came up empty handed when he leaped to grab a corner allowing Sassuolo’s Luca Antei to score when the ball bounced off his feet It marked the second time Juventus has conceded a goal from a corner this season after conceding two all of last season Still Juventus has a full nine points from the opening three rounds as it aims to become the first club to win Serie A for six consecutive years On Wednesday Juventus hosts Sevilla in the Champions League aiming to improve on its runner-up finish from 2015 Compared to two years ago Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri has a much deeper squad to choose from Among those who started on the bench were standouts such as Mario Mandzukic Dani Alves Patrice Evra Juan Cuadrado Hernanes and Andrea Barzagli Sassuolo was the revelation of Serie A last season finishing sixth but has won just one of its opening three matches in this campaign The club from near Modena was missing its star forward Domenico Berardi who was injured Later last season’s runner-up Napoli was visiting Palermo For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: September 2 2016 1:28 pm Jayaraj says he is happy taking the risk as Indian films have the “unexplored” potential of reaching the Rs 1000 crore (0 million) mark Top News Returning to the silver screen with the fifth installment of his popular Veeram Navarasa series Jayaraj does not feel the box-office pressure of directing “the most expensive film ever made in Malayalam” The National Award-winner says he is happy taking the risk as Indian films have the “unexplored” potential of reaching the Rs 1000 crore ($150 million) mark Made for around Rs 20 crore Veeram features actor Kunal Kapoor as Chandu Chekavar an infamous warrior in 13th century North Malabar The film is an adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth In a tete-a-tete with IANS Jayaraj who has directed internationally-acclaimed films like Desadanam Shantham Karunam and Daivanamathil said that “there is a huge potential in Indian film market which is still unexplored” that’s why films get surprising responses at the box-office “When a film crossed the Rs 100 crore-mark at the box-office for the first time it was surprising for the Indian film industry Now film are collecting more than Rs 400 crore in the domestic market itself “I feel that there is potential of Rs 1000 crore in the Indian film industry There is no question of a language barrier — like whether the film is released in Hindi Tamil or Malayalam but what matters is that the film should have a feeling of universality Then it will run like anything” Jayaraj who has been a part of the entertainment industry for over 25 years now said To achieve the Rs 1000 crore mark Jayaraj feels filmmakers should spend more money on the technical aspects rather than roping in big names “In our industry if there is something we need to rectify that is the perfection of the technicality in films We need to spend more money in that That’s what I have done in ‘Veeram’ We have hired star technicians from around in the world for this film because they can create wonders” said the 56-year-old “The intention of a director should be to capture on camera a writer’s thoughts and create visuals out of it I have made a lot of films with low budgets before The budget of a film should be determined by its subject and not its stars” he maintained Veeram — Jayaraj’s fifth in his Navarasa series after Karunam Shantham Bheebhatsa and Adbutham — has been shot in the scenic locales of the Ellora caves in Aurangabad Fatehpur Sikri in Agra and in a few areas in Kerala The director describes it as his “dream project””I was planning to make this film since the last three to four years I found a lot of similarity between Chandu Chekaver — a warrior mentioned in the folk songs of Northern Kerala called Vadakkan Pattukal (ballads of North Malabar) — and Macbeth ‘Veeram’ is a combination of both” he said “As we are releasing it in three different languages — Malayalam Hindi and English — we can afford only that much budget for the film” he added Action choreographer Allan Poppleton who has worked on Hollywood films like 300 and Avatar has been roped in to take care of the action sequences Oscar-winning make-up artist Trefor Proud has also been brought on board “Instead of going behind the actors I have given importance to the technicians So I approached a lot of Hollywood technicians for this film “The stunts in the film will take viewers way back to the origin of martial arts Almost all the actors in the film are newcomers They practiced the special type of martial arts for six to eight months” Jayaraj said The makers of Veeram which also stars Himarsha Venkatsamy are planning to release the film in October or November But before its worldwide release the film will premiere at the 1st BRICS Film Festival here on Friday For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: June 7 2017 11:06 pm Angelo Mathews will be the key for the team who knows how to handle the middle-order and provides solidity to their batting line-up (Source: File) Top News Sri Lankan cricket manager Asanka Gurusinha has revealed that skipper Angelo Mathews will not be bowling in the Group B encounter between India and Sri Lanka It may be recalled here that Angelo Mathews is making a return after sustaining a hamstring injury Hence this precaution is being taken However it will certainly be a big blow for the island nationasMathews’s prowess with the ball has been beneficial for his side “Angelo is playing against India but he will only be batting He is still not fit enough to bowl As far as Kapu (Kapugedara) is concerned it looked bad and we are still not sure whether we can avail his services” Gurusinha told PTI in an interview Asanka Gurusinha further added”We brought 17 players We have a left-hander Dhanushka Gunathilake and off-spinner Dilruwan Perera” he said Meanwhile senior batsman Chamara Kapugedara also sustained a knee injury and hobbled out of the ground in considerable pain While Sri Lanka will be weakened by this piece of news veteran Indian off-spinner Harbhajan Singh has warned India to be complacent “The Men in Blue should also be wary of the complacency factor On a high after the 124-run win over Pakistan Virat Kohli and his side must not let the intensity levels down India just needs to get the basics right I expect the top order as well as Kohli and Yuvraj Singh to take off from where they left in Birmingham” Harbhajan said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: April 11 2017 7:37 pm India beat Uzbekistan 4-1 in the Davis Cup to qualify for the World Group Playoff (Source: PTI) Top News India have been drawn to face Canada in the World Group Playoff of the Davis Cup which will be held in Canada on September 15-17 with the victor progressing to the World Group for 2018 Davis Cup This comes on the back of India beating Uzbekistan convincingly 4-1 in Bengaluru in theAsian Oceania Zone Round 2 matchup Earlier India had beaten New Zealand by a 4-1 margin in the first round Uzbekistan tie was Mahesh Bhupathi’s first as India’s non-playing captain after he came in to replace Anand Amritraj India have lost their last three World Group Playoff ties – all played at home – against Serbia (3-2 2014) Czech Republic (3-1 2015) and Spain (5-0 2016) India last played in the World Group fixtures in 2011 when they went down to Serbia 4-1 away from home in the very first round The same year India went down to Japan by the same margin in the World Group Playoff tie The last time India went beyond the first round in Davis Cup was way back in 1996 when they beat Netherlands before being blanked 5-0 by Sweden in the quarterfinals India’s win against Uzbekistan however has been marred by controversy following comments made by Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi with the former dropped to the bench for the first time in 27 years Paes was left disappointed to not have been told that there was no place for him in the final-four but Bhupathi revealed that this was indeed told to him The comments were then made public in yet another case of linen being washed in the public On Tuesday SportsMinister Vijay Goel offered to play mediator and solve their issues For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News

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