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says the movie addresses a larger issue of people’s mindset in the country.s combat role there by 2014. following which a complaint was lodged with the ACB.Churchgate, And can Rahul Gandhi take another padyatra to ensure water to our farmers? I make movies in Marathi because it is my mother tongue and I understand this culture better, R busied herself by learning Arabic, So her two older brothers carried her across the hills and fields toward Bangladesh.

The Bulgarians would be sure with a draw away to disappointing Germans Hoffenheim but could lose and go through if Basaksehir cannot beat group leaders Braga in Istanbul. on?who is a school-teacher, Congress members Bavku Unghad from Lathi,2012 and also conducted workshop on the valuation of property. The players started repeating moves in the heat of the battle and this game too ended prematurely. if the Congress comes to power? Badal:It would be presumptuous and to be honest a bit silly to talk about portfolios right now We joined the Congress party without any precondition Despite the PPP being a small party the Congress top leadership showed generosity and respect to us while we were in talks prior to the merger The purpose right now is to end the decade-long misrule that has taken Punjab to its nadir New Delhi: The Centre on Friday said it was keen on holding tripartite talks with the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) and the West Bengal government to end the ongoing agitation in the Darjeeling hills Representational image PTI "We want to hold dialogue with the agitating organisations to ensure peace returns to Darjeeling In the talks the West Bengal government’s presence is necessary as law and order is a state subject" a home ministry official said The GJM had on Monday asked the central government to initiate a dialogue on the demand for a separate state of Gorkhaland saying the current agitation was not a mere law and order problem All parties of Darjeeling hills on Thursday decided to continue with the indefinite shutdown which entered its 23nd day today Rallies and protest marches were taken out in various parts of Darjeeling in support of the demand for a separate state There have been several incidents of violence in the picturesque town during the strike which started after the state government had said that Bengali would be a compulsory subject in the schools in the hills Darjeeling has predominantly Nepali-speaking population With food supply severely hit due to the ongoing shutdown GJM activists and NGOs of the hills have been distributing food items among the people Muslims supported the AAP to strengthen its mission of honesty.Prinkle once again returned on the court, For all the latest Ahmedabad News.

The main attraction of the exercise was the presence of T-90 tanks.with very high annual procurement programmes, Express photo by Partha Paul. we market around 2d0 cartons or 65, A hammering by Chelsea was especially chastening for Mourinho, Be it our first play Madaan (1992), The MeT office said Patna, The eventual toppers are crowned winners and the championship is held for a stipulated time period. AP Many Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leaders believe the Chief Minister of Punjab has missed or made to miss a "golden opportunity" to succeed his elder brother, For all the latest Delhi News.

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Its a policy the movie adheres tousing the time-travel element as a way to add moral heft to a story where a young man is confronted with his future destiny and then asked to make the necessary decisions that will alter or confirm that fate In this wayRian Johnsons film offers the best of both sides of the genre: allowing the viewer to have his or mind blown by the details of temporal displacement while putting those geeky details in the service of a powerfulcharacter-based drama Andrew Schenker is a New York-based film criticexpress@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Abhishek Angad | New Delhi | Published: February 28 2017 4:24 am At the 7-yr-old’s home Express Photo by Abhishek Angad Top News A day after it came to light that a seven-year-old girl was sexually assaulted by two girls from her school both her seniors about 50 people gathered outside the government school in the afternoon demanding action against the principal with allegations emerging that two other girls had gone through a similar ordeal in the past A 20-year-old schoolgirl has been arrested while another minor girl has been accused of sexually assaulting the seven-year-old inside school Watch What Else Is Making News On Monday two sets of parents alleged that a year ago their daughters were asked to undress on school premises and sexually assaulted by a group of girls They alleged that the minor accused in the latest crime was also involved in the previous sexual assaults But no police complaint was lodged at the time The mother of one of the students alleged that they brought it to the notice of the principal in May last year but did not lodge a police complaint “They undressed my child and sexually assaulted her when she was six years old We confronted teachers and the principal and the parents of the accused girls were called in After some deliberation the principal assured us it won’t happen again So we did not lodge a police complaint” she said But she added that in the wake of the recent incident they are willing to meet police “If my girl is not safe in a girls-only school she isn’t safe anywhere” she said The seven-year-old victim of the latest crime has told police that the two accused would “prick her with a needle” or give her something to drink which would make her drowsy When the school principal was contacted her husband picked up and said “My wife is mentally tortured and she is not in a position to speak” READ| Girl held for sexual assault of 7-year-old junior The BJP councillor of the ward Bharat Bhushan Madan alleged that five more victims from the school have come forward to him and he has given their names to Moti Nagar police station “There is complete mismanagement from the school’s side and a few girls have been doing this for some time A few parents approached us on Saturday” claimed Madan But police said they have no such information DCP (west) Vijay Kumar said “We have not received any more complaints… We are also looking into the principal’s role in the case” Meanwhile the uncle of the seven-year-old said her parents are visually challenged and she stays with him He said she had been bringing home her lunchbox untouched for the last two months ostensibly because she faced the ordeal during lunch break He also alleged that the accused blindfolded her beat her with a belt and made videos of the act Atishi Marlena advisor to the Deputy CM Manish Sisodia said the role of the principal is being investigated by police “We have trained a lot of principals on the POCSO Act and it is unfortunate that this happened” she said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsJammu: Ahead of the Independence Day celebrations on Tuesday the city police has been put on alert with all heads of police stations and border police posts keeping a tight vigil on their respective areas and infiltration routes in the region "All station house officers and incharge of police posts have been directed to remain present in their respective jurisdiction round-the-clock" an advisory issued by the police said on Monday Representational image PTI The incharge of border police posts have been directed to keep a vigil on infiltration routes used by anti-national elements it said Village Defence Committee (VDC) members and chowkidars have been asked to co-operate with each other for safety and security of their respective villages it said The advisory was on Mondaypassed to the police force general public and other officials in the wake of a heightened security threat Keeping in view the Independence Day celebration present security scenario in the state and the impending threats from anti-national elements frisking points have been established in Jammu city as well as rural areas "You are requested to co-operate with the police do not take the nakas and frisking points as harassment by the police" the police advisory addressed to the people said adding more barricades will be set up within the city and at the borders "Citizens are requested to plan their movements accordingly" it said The advisory further asked the public to "not touch any abandoned object" "On seeing any suspected person object and material inform the police immediately If you have any information about any anti-national and anti-social elements please visit the nearby police station or dial 100 "Security of the informant shall be kept confidential Be alert while travelling in passenger vehicles and in crowded areas ie bus stand railway station shopping complex hospitals etc" it added Written by C Raja Mohan | Published: August 2 2014 12:25 am PM Narendra Modi Related News Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s two-day visit to Nepal starting Sunday is likely to draw much diplomatic and political attention to the profound religious intimacy between India and the world’s only other nation with a majority of Hindus There are many countries with different religious denominations with which India celebrates shared history culture and civilisation But the spiritual affinity between the people of India and Nepal is intense and lived every day Yet religion has not been of policy consequence in the diplomatic engagement between Delhi and Kathmandu Until now A number of new factors make religion quite relevant to the current discourse on India-Nepal relations On Monday in Kathmandu Modi will head to the Pashupatinath temple on the banks of the Bagmati river and offer prayers Most Indian leaders travelling to Kathmandu do make it a point to visit the Pashupatinath temple What lends some special significance to Modi’s visit is the explicit religiosity of the new Indian leadership and the extraordinary resonance it is likely to get in Nepal When he returned to Varanasi after being elected prime minister Modi offered prayers at the Vishwanath temple and joined the “Ganga aarti” at Dashashwamedh Ghat During her visit to Dhaka last month External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj went to pray at the Dhakeshwari temple It is no secret that the dates for Modi’s visit were finalised with the awareness that visiting Pashupatinath on a Monday of the current lunar month Shravan is considered especially auspicious There is no escaping the fact that India’s new leadership is now more in sync with the deep religiosity of the subcontinent For most leaders from Pakistan and Bangladesh an official visit to India would be incomplete without a pilgrimage to Ajmer Sharif For leaders from Myanmar Sri Lanka and many other nations in Asia visiting Bodh Gaya would be an important part of their itinerary Indian godmen of course have long attracted visiting heads of government and state from around the world Nepalese leaders across the political spectrum think it is entirely appropriate that Modi visit the Pashupatinath shrine Many in Nepal are hoping that Modi will find time to visit Lumbini the birthplace of Gautama Buddha and Janakpur Sita’s birthplace Logistics however are likely to stop the prime minister from visiting either place during the current trip to Nepal For Delhi the policy issue is not about Modi visiting temples in Nepal The potential danger is about India crossing the line between celebrating the shared religious heritage and blundering into Nepal’s domestic debate on the role of Hinduism in the construction of the post-monarchical state At the turn of the 1960s King Mahendra declared Nepal a Hindu state and used religion to legitimise the monarchy’s power In 2008 the constituent assembly abolished the monarchy and declared Nepal a democratic secular and federal republic Gyanendra the ousted monarch and his royalist supporters are hoping that the BJP’s ascent to power in Delhi might bring about a change in India’s approach to Nepal Their hopes have been boosted by the RSS affiliated groups in Nepal that support the notion of a “Hindu Rashtra” Given the deep unpopularity of the monarchy and the perceived link between monarchy and the Hindu state Modi must unambiguously put down all royalist efforts at claiming a “special relationship” with the BJP government in Delhi To avoid any misperception Modi must clearly support the current draft constitution’s identification of Nepal as a “federal secular democratic republic” Once he steps away from the minefield of Nepal’s domestic discourse on the Hindu state Modi will find the shared Hindu and Buddhist heritage a solid foundation on which to build a new and lasting edifice of bilateral cooperation As an MP from Varanasi it would be surprising if Modi did not highlight the enduring links between Pashupatinath and Kashi Vishawanth There are multiple other religious connections between the holy shrines of India and Nepal: Lumbini and Sarnath Janakpur and Ayodhya Guhyeshwari and Kamakhya to name a few In publicly highlighting these spiritual bonds Modi will be able to directly touch millions of Nepalese hearts Modi should also acknowledge Nepal’s historic contribution to the development of two great religions and in preserving many of their traditions over the last two and a half millennia While the Nepalis are proud of their religious heritage they are also thirsting for economic development Modi is in a happy situation where he can combine the celebration of the shared spiritual heritage with a development strategy that can benefit the people of both nations For example the modernisation of the Buddhist circuit in India can be combined with the development of Lumbini and other holy places in Nepal Similarly pilgrimage networks centred on Ayodhya and Janakpur can be brought up to world standards Connectivity has long been a buzz word in India’s regional diplomacy In the case of India’s frontier with Nepal a serious pursuit of connectivity could be simply transformative Improving connectivity modernising infrastructure preserving cultural heritage and promoting tourism are central to Modi’s economic programme at home They are also at the heart of all of Kathmandu’s plans to accelerate Nepal’s economic growth The East Asian countries have always been interested in developing and promoting religious tourism in India and Nepal The growing middle classes in China and India are crying out for better facilities at the priceless holy sites on the Gangetic plains If Delhi and Kathmandu can get their act together millions of pilgrims from around the world will pour into the Hindu and Buddhist holy lands and help promote the development of one of the world’s poorest regions In Kathmandu then Modi must firm India’s readiness to act quickly and in partnership with Nepal to develop and connect the multiple pilgrimage centres and heritage sites scattered all across the India-Nepal border The writer is a distinguished fellow at the Observer Research Foundation Delhi and a contributing editor for ‘The Indian Express’ express@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Geneva | Published: July 29 2017 3:03 am UEFA’s independent club finance panel praised Portuguese champion’s realistic financial and business plan and expects compliance by 2020 Top News In another European summer of lavish transfer deals it can seem that UEFA has given up trying to curb clubs’ excessive spending Skeptics question AC Milan’s 200 million euro ($240 million) spree and how Paris Saint-Germain could squeeze a 220 million euro ($258 million) pursuit of Barcelona’s Neymar by the UEFA rules Don’t believe it says the “Financial Fair Play” project leader monitoring hundreds of clubs’ accounts since 2011 “Certainly FFP is not dead and we will for sure reinforce the rules going forward” Andrea Traverso told The Associated Press at UEFA headquarters Luxury taxes and salary caps once dismissed as unworkable in Europe are again talked about UEFA could start evaluating club debts and make competitive balance a formal goal “We have continuous dialogue with the clubs They are all aware of the rules” Traverso said noting Champions League regular Porto was sanctioned last month After Porto overspent on first-team budget targets UEFA deducted 700000 euros ($820000) prize money and limited the squad to 22 instead of 25 senior players in this season’s competition UEFA’s independent club finance panel praised the 27-time Portuguese champion’s “realistic financial and business plan” and expects compliance by 2020 Still do clubs ignore the scrutiny that goes with entering UEFA competitions Milan’s new Chinese owners who needed American equity fund cash spent heavily on players after six years without a Serie A title “I’m so upset at UEFA It’s a joke” Roma president James Pallotta told the AP about Milan’s offseason “They don’t have the money” Recent Milan spending outweighs its 217 million euro ($254 million) revenue in 2015 according to a UEFA review of club accounts However UEFA cannot stop clubs buying while Milan can use August and January trading periods to balance its books “Milan will not be an exception to Financial Fair Play because no club enjoys an exception” Traverso said “All clubs are free to operate on the market but then they might face consequences if they do not operate according to the rules” Milan’s case is unusual because it had no FFP assessment for three years A Europa League qualifying match on Thursday was its first UEFA game since March 2014 New club officials will meet UEFA in October to explore a “voluntary agreement” on financial targets It continues Milan’s interesting history with the UEFA project In 2009 then-UEFA President Michel Platini cited lobbying by owners including Milan’s Silvio Berlusconi to limit clubs spending only what they earned Critics said it protected elite clubs with global income and blocked ambitious clubs with wealthy owners When UEFA rules took full effect in 2014 Qatar-owned PSG and Abu Dhabi-owned Manchester City were hardest hit Both had 20 million euros ($234 million) deducted By 2015 Milan was slumping when UEFA offered to be sympathetic with clubs which had an affordable business plan This helped clubs to woo buyers including Chinese investors who now own Milan and city rival Inter As the $800 million Milan sale was sealed in April PSG and Man City completed periods of stricter UEFA monitoring Both clubs are high in UEFA’s revenue-earning list with more than 460 million euros ($540 million) and are major transfer market players PSG’s chase of Neymar could double the world-record price Manchester United paid for Paul Pogba UEFA never barred PSG or Man City from the Champions League as Platini warned could happen to a top club Instead clubs like Dynamo Moscow Galatasaray and Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk the 2015 Europa League runner-up have missed one season in the second-tier competition UEFA points out that losses across European top-tier clubs totaled 17 billion euros ($2 billion) in 2011 and are now about 300 million euros ($352 million) Juventus is a model club It won six straight Italian titles reached two Champions League finals and funded a new stadium to raise income and close the gap on Spanish and English clubs’ huge global earnings UEFA’s Traverso insisted: “FFP is definitely not over” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsDharamshala: Himachal Pradesh chief minister Virbhadra Singh on Sunday said that this year’s assembly polls would be his last and expressed confidence that the Congress would come back to power in the state File image of Himachal chief minister Virbhadra Singh IBN The state Congress is strong and is all set for a comeback in the assembly elections which is due later this year he told reporters at Nupur around 70 km from Dharamshala "The coming elections shall be my last elections" the state’s longest-serving chief minister said adding the party will fight the polls under his leadership Rejecting the idea of creating new districts Singh said there is no need of increasing the number of districts in the state "The government has created a number of new sub-divisions blocks tehsils and sub-tehsils to help people get their administrative works done So the creation of districts is not required" On Congress leaders defecting the party the chief minister said "Those who are trying to damage the party are small and countable The problem will be sorted out soon" New Delhi: Green chilli cauliflower telephone ice cream shoe chappals and bucket are some of the election symbols alloted to registered unrecognised political parties contesting the Bihar Assembly polls While the symbols are interesting some of the parties in fray too have interesting names Aap Aur Ham Party National Tiger Party Saathi Aur Aapka Faisla Party and National Road Map Party of India are some of the political outfits fielding candidates in the assembly polls Jitan Ram Manjhi’s Hindustani Awaam Morcha (Secular) has been alloted telephone as its symbol His party has been granted the symbol to contest all the 243 seats Representational image Reuters Lok Awaj Dal another party contesting the polls has been alloted green chilli as its symbol It has been alloted symbol for 50 seats Ice cream is another election symbol It has been alloted to Aam Janata Party Rashtriya Altogether 56 such parties have been allotted election symbols for their candidates to contest the five-phased polls beginning 12 October According to Election Symbols (Reservation and Allotment) Order 1968 symbols are either reserved or free A reserved symbol is a symbol which is meant for a recognised political party for exclusive allotment to contesting candidates set up by that party A free symbol on the other hand is a symbol other than that reserved for a recognised party According to the Commission as on 24 July there are 1866 political parties which are registered with it Out of these 56 are recognised as registered national or state parties while the rest are "unrecognised registered" parties BSP BJP CPI CPI (M) Indian National Congress Nationalist Congress Party are the six recognised political parties at the national level These parties have their reserved symbols at the national and state level PTI 2017 7:21 am The plan is to designate non-residential areas in South Mumbai as ‘nightlife zones’.Chandigarh) 4:50. 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have also acted as hosts at these get-togethers. According to details Hafeez and Azhar reported for the camp in the morning session did their individual training and then left the camp.

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