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Greetings from Paris folks ! @karanjohar #AeDilHaiMushkil pictwittercom/hsqLthUc3N — Anushka Sharma (@AnushkaSharma) September 29 2015 In the film Anushka Sharma is playing the love interest of Pakistani actor Imran Abbas Naqvi who had earlier flown to London to shoot his part Share This Article Related Article Karan Johar who was busy shooting the film in London also had a sort of reunion with Shah Rukh Khan when the superstar visited the ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ sets and met the whole team After Paris schedule the cast and crew of the film will be flying off to Vienna where Aishwarya Rai Bachchan will join the rest of the cast ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ also starring Ranbir Kapoor marks KJo’s return to direction after 2012 hit “Student of the Year” and it will be the first time that Aishwarya Ranbir and Anushka will be sharing space together For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Partha Sarathi Biswas | Pune | Published: April 27 2016 2:55 am Just seven mills have paid 100 per cent FRP this season Related News With only five sugar mills operational in Pune region the 2015-16 crushing season has virtually come to an end in the state This would be one of the shortest seasons the state has ever seen with last year’s crushing season ending well past June Of the 177 mills that had started to operate last year on Tuesday it was found that only five mills remain operational Of the five operational mills one is in Satara whereas Pune and Sangli have two mills each While mills in Marathwada had started shutting operations from January all the 38 mills in sugarcane-rich Kolhapur region have long ceased operations also Likewise mills in Ahmednagar Nashik and Amravati have finished their crushing for the season Last year mills in Kolhapur and Pune had continued operations well past May with the last mill ending its crushing in June The current crushing season had seen 74076 lakh metric tonnes of sugarcane being crushed and 83688 lakh quintal of sugar being produced The average recovery for the current season is around 113 per cent a tad bit higher than that of last year when the recovery was 1127 per cent The crushing season of 2014-15 had seen 178 mills being operational with 9116 lakh metric tonnes of sugarcanes being crushed and 102717 lakh quintals of sugar being produced Share This Article Related Article After two consecutive years of record production the current season had started under the pall of drought and unpaid dues Sugar prices had crashed last year resulting in millers defaulting in their payment of fair and remunerative price (FRP) to the sugarcane growers The season had started with payment arrears of over Rs 1000 crore The sugar commissioner had ordered auction for the sugar stock of 11 mills over their failure to pay the sugarcane growers for the season 2014-15 For the current season 12 such orders were issued of which stock of only two mills were auctioned as the rest had either obtained stay from the minister of cooperation or from the courts The current season had also seen suspension of crushing licence of 14 mills for non clearance of their dues — a first of its kind in the state Mills till date have crushed sugarcane worth of Rs 16012 crore of which payment to the tune of Rs 12856 crore was made The payment made adheres to the 80:20 payment schedule fixed at the start of the crushing season with the payment of Rs 3156 crore yet to be made Swabhimani Shetkari Sanghathana has demanded payment by May 1 which the millers say is not possible The season has seen 43 lakh tonnes of sugar being sold a bit lesser than the previous year’s figures Just seven mills in the state have paid 100 per cent FRP this season The next crushing season the millers have said would see far lesser cane area and lesser mills going for crushing BB Thombare the chairman of Western Indian Sugar Mills Association (WISMA) has said that most of the mills in Marathwada would not be going for crushing “There would not be enough sugarcane” he said WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express AppBy: IANS | Chennai | Published: July 19 2015 1:43 pm Filmmaker M Manikandan of critically acclaimed National Award-winning Tamil drama “Kaaka Muttai” fame will next team up with actor Vijay Sethupathi for a yet-untitled project in the language Related News Filmmaker M Manikandan of critically acclaimed National Award-winning Tamil drama “Kaaka Muttai” fame will next team up with actor Vijay Sethupathi for a yet-untitled project in the language “Vijay really liked the script He’s excited to team up but he’s yet to give us dates as he’s busy with multiple projects If everything goes well we may start work on this film from December” Manikandan told IANS Talking about the film he said: “It’ll be something very quirky and away from regular cinema Unlike ‘Kaaka Muttai’ it’ll deal with a lighter subject with good scope for humour But it won’t be a full-length comedy” He also said that the story will be set against the backdrop of Chennai city The project will be produced by GN Anbu Chezhiyan of Gopuram Films Meanwhile Manikandan’s second Tamil directorial “Kutrame Dhandanai” is in its post-production The crime-thriller features Vidharth and Pooja Devariya in the lead Maestro Illayaraja has been roped in to compose the background score “He is currently busy with another project and as soon as he’s done with it he will start working on ‘Kutrame Dhandanai’” he said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by New York Times | Published: October 12 2011 3:19 am Related News The US economy is probably going to stink for a few more years It is beset by short-term problems (low consumer demanduncertain housing pricestoo much debt) and long-term problems (wage stagnationrising health care costseroding human capital) Realisticallynot much is going to be done to address the short-term problemsbut we can at least use this winter of recuperation to address the countrys underlying structural ones Do tax reformfiscal reformeducation reform and political reform so that when the economy finally does recover the prosperity is deepbroad and strong Unfortunatelythe country has been wasting this winter of recuperation Nothing of consequence has been achieved over the past two years Insteadthere have been a series of trivial sideshows Its as if people cant keep their minds focused on the big things They get diverted by scuffles that are smallcontentious and symbolic Take the Occupy Wall Street movement If there is a core theme to itit is that the virtuous 99 per cent of society is being cheated by the richest and greediest 1 per cent This is a theme that allows the people in the 99 percent to think very highly of themselves All their problems are caused by the nefarious elite Unfortunatelyalmost no problem can be productively conceived in this way A group that divides the world between the pure 99 per cent and the evil 1 per cent will have nothing to say about education reformMedicare reformtax reformwage stagnation or polarisation They will have nothing to say about the way Americans have overconsumed and overborrowed These are problems that implicate a much broader swathe of society than the top 1 per cent They will have no realistic proposal to reduce the debt or sustain the welfare state Even if you tax away 50 per cent of the income of those making between $1 million and $10 millionyou only reduce the national debt by 1 per cent If you confiscate all the income of those making more than $10 millionyou reduce the debt by 2 per cent You would still be nibbling only meekly around the edges The 99-versus-1 frame is also extremely self-limiting If you think all problems flow from a small sliver of American societythen all your solutions are going to be smalltoo The policy proposals that have been floating around the Occupy Wall Street movement a financial transfer taxforgiveness for student loans are marginal The Occupy Wall Street movement may look radicalbut its members ideas are less radical than those you might hear at your average Rotary Club A third believe the US is no better than al-Qaedaaccording to a recent surveybut since the left no longer believes in the nationalisation of industrythese radicals really have no systemic reforms to fall back on They are not the only small thinkers President Obama promises not to raise taxes on the bottom 98 per cent The Occupy-types celebrate the bottom 99 per cent Republicans promise not to raise taxes on the bottom 100 per cent Through these and other pledgesleaders of all three movements are hedging themselves in They are severely limiting the scope of their proposed solutions The thing about the current moment is that the moderates in suits are much more radical than the pierced anarchists camping out on Wall Street or the Tea Party-types Lookfor exampleat 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