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” While the song’s hook line is ‘Every night and day,RPI leader Siddharth Dhende said the poor were suffering due to the strike. The couple had celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on May 8.with the support of Indian Medical Association (IMA) and Association of Healthcare Providers(AHPI), The major events and performances will organised at the second venue. But the party must recognise that the bitterness that has been stoked by the Modi vs the Rest rhetoric between the BJP and other parties, Getty "I think the crowd was amazing and that had a big part in our game tonight, 2016 2:23 pm An explosion on the launch site of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket is shown in this still image from video in Cape Canaveral, including Facebook and Eutelsat Communications which leased the satellite’s broadband services to expand internet access in Africa.The NGT also appointed a supervisory committee.
In India,five or six isolated instances have been reported in states like Gujrat Kerala and West Bengal Patidar has assured Zomato users that the stolen information can’t be misused since the company hasreset the passwords for all affected users He adds that Zomato accounts of all users are secure Further Zomato plans to roll out enhanced security measures for all user information stored within their database For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: July 30 2009 9:57 am Related News Hollywood beauty Megan Fox who was recently voted the ‘Sexiest Woman Alive’ by a men’s magazineis awkward in bedher Academy winning co-star Josh Brolin has revealed The 23-year-old who plays a prostitute in the comic book adaptation “Jonah Hex”was uncomfortable during the scenes just like himselfsaid Brolin who plays the scarred gun-slinging hero in the thrillerreported Mirror online “To be honestit was awkwardthose scenes were uncomfortable for us” said Brolin And the prosthetic face made matters worse “It was especially uncomfortable because I had this thing on my face It was tough to figure out how to kiss with that thing on” added the ‘Milk’ actor The actor spent three hours every day having face plastered with prosthetics and a mouthpiece fitted Meanwhilethe ‘Transformers’ actress is really happy with her character of a “no-nonsense prostitute” “It’s sort of like a post-Civil War apocalyptic western andunfortunately for womenthat’s how they made their living back then Leila’s a toughno-nonsense prostitute I was really happy with it” said Fox For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: April 12 2017 3:28 am Top News The Centre has ruled that the state’s much-touted draft Bill on regulation of prices of pulses made no economic sense and goes against the basic principles of a free market economy Last April the Devendra Fadnavis government which had come under criticism over spiralling prices of pulses had publicised the fact that it was the country’s first state to adopt a price-control mechanism for pulses when it cleared the draft Bill But the Presidential assent for the Bill hasn’t come a year later Documents obtained by the Congress under the Right to Information (RTI) Act now indicate that the Bill may stay in cold storage The RTI documents which were released on Tuesday reveal that the Union agriculture ministry’s Department of Agriculture Cooperation and Farmers Welfare has raised strong objections to the proposed Bill The department has commented “In a free market economy prices of any commodity including pulses are determined by the market forces of supply and demand The market prices provide a signal both to theproducers (farmers) and consumers regarding the demand and supply situation Accordingly both the producers and the consumers take decisions on consumption and production of a particular commodity The proposed Bill goes against the basic principles of the free market economy Any artificial control on prices etc of pulses may create further distortion and parallel economy” While the state’s plan was to cap retail and wholesale sale prices for tur dal black gram green gram lentils beans etc across the state taking into account the availability of pulses their demand and supply the central government has opposed the state’s direct intervention “In case the Government of Maharashtra wants to protect the interest of consumers it can provide pulses to the vulnerable sections at a subsidised price through the Public Distribution System (PDS) This will limit the distortionary impact on market prices and the market price signal for farmers will not be adversely impacted Farmers will continue to have the relevant market signal to make investments in increasing production of pulses” the Centre has observed while remarking that it does not support the Bill Congress leader Sachin Sawant who had filed an RTI application in this regard alleged on Tuesday the state government had tried to scuttle the information to avoid “public embarrassment” He said “I had filed an RTI in October But was denied information twice Official information was shared only after RTI commissioner Ratnakar Gaikwad stepped in and issued directives in this regard” “Even when the Bill was passed the Congress had reasoned that it did not make economic sense The Centre has only reiterated our demand that the state government must procure pulses and distribute them under the PDS” he said Cong attacks Sena BJP on NDA meet Mumbai: The Congress on Tuesday took a dig at both the Shiv Sena and BJP over Uddhav Thackeray’s decision to attend the NDA meet in New Delhi on Monday “It is not that long ago that Shiv Sena leaders were saying that those wanting to discuss Presidential polls should come to Matoshree It is amusing to now see Thackeray himself travel to Delhi for the meeting and even endorse Narendra Modi’s candidature for the PM’s race for the 2019 Lok Sabha poll” said Congress leader Sachin Sawant He added “In the build-up to the BMC polls BJP MP Kirit Somaiya had claimed to have evidence against Thackeray One wonders whether these documents have been used for buying peace with the Sena” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Aakash Joshi | Updated: August 22 2016 12:35 am As a secular democratic and diverse nation India was a living contradiction to the idea of Pakistan But the same did not hold true for us Illustration: C R Sasikumar Top News On August 15 2016 young men raced through the streets of Delhi (and no doubt many other parts of the country) on motorcycles in trucks cars and auto rickshaws waving gigantic versions of the national flag and shouting “Bharat mata ki jai” On the same day Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave his Independence Day address from the Red Fort and the most memorable and consequential part of his speech it now seems was his reference to Balochistan The aftermath has become a discussion and criticism of Pakistan and “our” policy towards “them” rather than a celebration and assessment of India For those of us who belong to the group described as India’s young a question arises Did Pakistan always play such a dominant role in how we defined ourselves as a nation What do we stand for when we wave our flag and shout slogans on the street India has certainly cast a long shadow in Pakistan and that is understandable Since Jinnah’s death in 1948 there was a steady de-secularisation and militarisation of Pakistan’s politics both of which came together during General Zia-ul-Haq’s dictatorship As a secular democratic and diverse nation India was a living contradiction to the idea of Pakistan But the same did not hold true for us India is not a Hindu country and we never defined ourselves in opposition to the neighbour India’s freedom was a separation from the British Empire not from Pakistan And from what one can make out from the history books Pakistan was never as integral to how we defined ourselves as it seems to be now Despite the bitterness of Partition and the battles over Kashmir Nehru’s imagination of India was more focused on bringing in a liberal European modernity under the aegis of a benevolent paternal state Big dams public universities and state-led industrialisation were accompanied by a suspicion of the west (we were recently free of a predatory colonial power) and the desire for self-sufficiency Pakistan while certainly important didn’t stand a chance against the larger project of “nation-building” Even for Lal Bahadur Shastri who found himself in charge of a country at war with Pakistan the slogan was “jai jawan jai kisan” The farmer at a time of food shortages got equal billing to the soldier Indira Gandhi won a war with Pakistan but the rationale for the conflict was a moral one — the liberation of Bangladesh And the slogan that cemented her as a mass leader was “garibi hatao” As time went on and Indira tried to become India our insecurities grew But in a Cold War world the “foreign hand” was usually a reference to the United States and its allies not Pakistan Jayaprakash Narayan and Ram Manohar Lohia were at the forefront of articulating struggles for dignity identity and they rallied the voices of the first generation of students to have come of age after Independence Their successors still count on the political loyalty of the social groups that were politicised during that time Pakistan except perhaps during times of war when jingoism is at its peak was relatively peripheral to our nationalism Now though as India is well into senior citizenship things seem to have changed The heroes of our freedom struggle are no longer deified; we constantly question their legacy We are no longer insecure about the West In fact we want them to come and Make in India The farmer seems to enter the public imagination only when he commits suicide Lofty ideals don’t stand a chance against the joys of a globalised world and a liberalised economy — whether it comes to consuming entertainment from around the world or simply buying our way to bliss We can only look at the romantic idealism socialism and liberalism of the past through a sepia-tinted Instagram filter and marvel at its black-and-whiteness in a high-definition world Now religion seems to play a greater role in politics and cross-border terrorism is having an understandable impact on our relations with our neighbour When we wave a flag our identity seems to be built in large part around the easiest kind of nationalism — in juxtaposition to an enemy When you meet Pakistanis there is no strangeness only familiarity For north Indians in particular there isn’t even a language barrier Their television shows are better than ours and actors like Fawad Khan can easily become sex symbols without being accused of love jihad Perhaps that’s what we should choose to celebrate instead of blaming politicians for our troubles After all it’s easy almost a cliché to blame the political class for the bitterness with which we see our neighbours or the lack of an inspiring vision of India for the youth And yet the young flag-waving motorcycle-riders I saw on Independence Day weren’t just shouting “patriotic” slogans Their expressions of love for their country were peppered with chants of “Pakistan murdabad” While so many of the rest of us were sitting at home (myself included) buying some really great swag on Amazon Perhaps both of us the “patriots” and the consumers are part of what the flag stands for today [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsThe National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Thursday said that it is the solemn duty of the government and citizens to keep the Ganga clean and said that despite the government spending over Rs 7000 crore in two years to clean the Ganga it still remains a "serious environmental issue" It also bannedall construction activity within 100 metres of the river edge "To clean river Ganga is a solemn duty of both the state/Centre and duty of the citizens as well This comprehensive obligation under the Constitution is aimed at protecting the environment which in this context obviously would mean cleaning and rejuvenation of river Ganga" NGT Chairperson Justice Swatanter Kumar said In its over 500-page verdict on the issue of cleaning the river the tribunal said the lack of coordination and implementation of schemes under Ganga Action Plan (GAP) I and II coupled with non-compliance of Supreme Court orders are the chief causes of pollution of the river "There are considerable unutilised funds as of today besides the huge funds that have been made available under the national project as declared by the prime minister wherein Rs 20000 crore have been allocated for the five years commencing 2015-2020 Even after spending Rs 730464 crores upto March 2017 by the central and state government and local authorities of Uttar Pradesh the status of river Ganga has not improved in terms of quality or otherwise and it continues to be a serious environmental issue" the NGT said? 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One reason why Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee cornered what was once a solid Left vote bank and why she remains popular is that she never portrayed herself as anti-Left — despite being the biggest political foe of the Marxists. The petitioner claimed that the Rules were contradictory to the Right to Free and Compulsory Education Act 2009, Saket said. For all the latest Entertainment News, Their Spy? well, download Indian Express AppWritten by Express News Service | Published: April 17, Vienna:? the BBC report said.
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