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Mallika! Aishwarya! They cater to another kind of marketthe kind that also thrives so uniquely at Cannes Meanwhilewe wait for that elusive Indian film that makes it to the competition section That will be the day shubhragupta@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Komal RJ Panchal | Mumbai | Updated: July 11 2017 10:41 pm Actor Kriti Kulhari plays the lead role in Indu Sarkar Related News Madhur Bhandarkar’s political drama Indu Sarkar is facing trouble from Indore City Congress Committee and might not get a smooth release there? Studio heads.

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mechanics and the engineering staff who take care of the maintenance of the buses are forced to check the fitness on public roads as the transport organisation is woefully short of adequate space to park buses and carry out repairs and replacements. has asked the ministry to ensure “expeditious investigations into all the corruption cases at AIIMS”. 2014 9:19 am The 18-year-old singer, courage and commitment, The country needed and, “The minister did not even visit the school and he thinks tweets are enough.” TTP spokesman Shahidullah Shahid said in a statement to the media. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AFP | Athens | Published: July 13, a movie actor and also a TV star. However the portions have now been edited.

why not others? The story of the Phnom Penh Water Supply Authority (PPWSA) is an outstanding example of public sector turnaround.So took a lonely walk at 5am to an empty Times Square & bumped into @priyankachopra. But the absence of Superman did pinch many, Kori now plans to sit for Intermediate examinations.with bulbs every 2 metres, said the official Using the German engineering method of grouting, students of Government Law College boycotted classes over the issue.For the eight consecutive day buses to Mysuru Chamrajnagar and other places in Karnataka from Erode Tirupur and Coimbatore in western Tamil Nadu were not operated Movement of commercial and non-commercial vehicles including two-wheelers to Karnataka from Erode was restricted while inter-state road transport through Hosur was also affected on account of escalating protests in Karnataka Meanwhile Union Minister Pon Radhakrishnan expressed concern over the "attacks on Tamils" in Karnataka and put the onus of ensuring their safety on the ruling Congress "If the Congress government in Karnataka is not prepared to stop this (attacks) there are chances of bad consequences and the Karnataka government has to take responsibility for that" he said Tamil Maanila Congress leader and former Union Minister GK Vasan said that the failure by police to prevent the attack on the Tamil youth for his post against Kannada actors amounted to them remaining "spectators" to the incident which he said was "reflective" of state government’s "ignorant attitude" He urged the Karnataka government to ensure safety of Tamils while urging the Centre to be non-partisan In Thanjavur a Cauvery delta district President of the Coordination Committee of Tamil Nadu All Farmers Associations P R Pandian welcomed the Supreme Court’s order that water should be released to Tamil Nadu till September 20 He said the Mettur Dam water level should be 90-feet (maximum 120 feet) for cultivation of a single crop and asked the state government to pressurise the Centre and make Karnataka release more water Meanwhile actor M Nasser-headed Nadigar Sangam (South Indian Artistes’ Association) has lauded Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa for securing Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu by approaching the Supreme Court In a statement the Association also took exception to the criticism of Jayalalithaa by some of the Kannada actors during a protest on Cauvery last week saying it had "crossed boundaries" "Nadigar Sangam has never hesitated to express its voice whenever there had been problems for Tamils.we thank Chief Minister Amma (Jayalalithaa) for achieveing success (in this matter) by approaching the Supreme Court and establishing our rights in the present situation" it said By: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: October 12 2017 11:21 pm Mali finished second in Group B with six points from twowins and booked a round of 16 berth (Source: PTI) Related News African champions Mali breezed into the knock-out rounds of the FIFA U-17 World Cup with a dominating 3-1 win over New Zealand in their final group game Mali the last edition’s runners-up took the lead in the 18th minute through Salam Jiddou who struck a 25-yard stunner The first goal supplier Djemoussa Traore then turned scorer inthe 50th minute as he curled in a right footer into New Zealand net from top of the box Lassana Ndiaye scored the third goal for Mali in the 82ndminute while Charles Spragg scored the consolation goal forNew Zealand in the 72nd minute at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium Left winger Traore was a constant threat for the NewZealand defence throughout the match with his speed ball control and deft footwork He was supported well upfront by the likes of Jiddou Mahamadou Samake and Hadji Drame Mali finished second in Group B with six points from twowins and booked a round of 16 berth They had lost to Paraguay 2-3 in their campaign opener on October 6 in Mumbai before beating Turkey 3-0 in their previous match Paraguay topped the group with an all-win record They beat Turkey 3-1 in Mumbai in the other Group B match today New Zealand and Turkey ended their group engagements with one point each and failed to advance to the round of 16 The match played in hot conditions was dominated byMali who had a ball possession of 61 per cent They fired as many as 36 shots at the goal out of which 10 were on target New Zealand meanwhile had just four shots out of which two were on target New Zealand got the first attempt at the goal in the minute but captain Max Mata could not give proper direction to his shot in a one-on-one situation with the Mali goalkeeper Youssouf Koita Mata who returned today after sitting out in previous match due to suspension shot straight to the goalkeeper As the initial chance for New Zealand went a begging Mali gradually stamped their authority with Traore in the thick of the action on many occasions In lone such lightening run down the left flank Traore got the better of a defender and then sent a square pass to Jiddou who struck a powerful right-footer from 25 yards to dump it to the New Zealand net Soon after Jiddou could have scored his second goal of the match but he shot straight to the goalkeeper after being sent in the clear by Traore inside the New Zealand box The second half was also dominated by Mali and they just took five minutes from the breather to double the lead This time Traore cutt in from the left and sent a curling right-footer from the top of the box beating a diving goalkeeper to hit net Mali were denied by the goalpost in the 65th minute as substitute Cheick Oumar Doucoure shot rebounded after thudding the woodwork Against the run of play New Zealand pulled one back in the 72nd minute with second half substitute Charles Spragg heading into an open goal after Mali goalkeeper was beaten by a high cross from the left by Elijah Just Mali struck back and gave New Zealand no chance of a snatching a draw as the African side made it 3-1 in the 82nd minute Lassana Ndiaye For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News| Published: April 29 2016 12:47 am Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal carpools Transport Minister Gopal Rai and Health Minister Satyendra Jain to Delhi Secretariat as the trial odd-even scheme comes into effect in New Delhi on Friday (PTI) Top News If the memorable images of the first phase of Delhi’s odd-even experiment featured the CJI and his brother judge carpooling to work and two AAP ministers waiting for their chief to give them a lift to the secretariat the second phase this month has delivered snapshots of cross-party participation in the scheme On Monday Supriya Sule of the NCP Poonam Mahajan of the BJP and Sushmita Dev of the Congress were photographed as they prepared to share a car — in stark contrast to their parties’ squalling in Parliament over Uttarakhand or the Agusta deal MPs belonging to the AAP’s bitter rival in Delhi the BJP have made their way to the House on cycle bus and even horseback and Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has broken ranks with his party to come out in support of the scheme Of course these tableaus of happy civic participation paper over the pockets of genuine opposition to the policy but one thing is for sure: Pollution and the environment have become political mainstream issues The power of political example must not be underestimated Take Paris for example which frequently breaches EU standards for some pollutants The city has successfully dabbled with car-free days and road rationing and has built public momentum against pollution with a helium balloon that hovers over the skyline and changes colour depending on pollution levels But critical in the mix of interventions was the French president’s eschewal of the presidential jet for the train In Jakarta which also battles a pollution crisis the governor banned city officials from using cars on the first Friday of each month And in Switzerland a whopping 91 per cent of delegates take the tram to parliament As the second phase of odd-even ends it will no doubt be evaluated on its impact on suspended particulate matter and congestion But in foregrounding pollution as a political issue and engendering a cross-party resolve to combat it it has already made a dent For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: March 20 2017 6:24 pm Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively has not decided if they are going to adopt from an impoverished country or domestically Related News Popular Hollywood couple Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively who have daughters James and Ines are reportedly planning to expand their family by adopting a baby “Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively are already talking about baby number three but they’re not planning on doing it the old fashioned way” a source told hollywoodlifecom “They are seriously looking into adopting a baby” the source added However the couple reportedly has not decided if they are going to adopt from an impoverished country or domestically “But they love the idea of bringing a baby out of dire circumstances and spoiling them with love and opportunity” the source said and added that Reynolds and Lively want to adopt a son since they reportedly want to even out their family’s gender ratio Ryan Reynolds was recently seen in the trailer of Deadpool 2 If you doubt the skills of the superhero as a father you should seriously reconsider The Hollywood star had posted a moving tribute to a young fan 13-year-old Connor McGrath who had died after a protracted battle with cancer Also read:Chris Hemsworth Barack Obama and Ryan Reynolds reveal what it is being dads to adorable baby girls Watchvideo Since he was a Deadpool fan The Proposal actor had made sure that he met his fan and surprise the teenager at Edmonton Canada The two were brought together through the non-profit organisation Make-A-Wish Foundation which works towards fulfilling the desires of sick or dying children “We met because he loved Deadpool In a certain sense he WAS Deadpool Or at least everything Deadpool aspires to be; balancing pain fearlessness love and a filthy (filthy) sense of humor in one body I wish he could’ve stuck around a lot longer” Ryan Reynold had said back then For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: IANS | Kolkata | Published: July 22 2017 12:55 pm Related News Tigmanshu Dhulia’s Raag Desh releases on July 28 National Award winning filmmaker Tigmanshu Dhulia who is gearing up for the release of Raag Desh – Birth of a Nation hopes the censor board doesn’t have any issues with the film’s content “Till now I didn’t feel there is any reason to worry because there is no controversial content in this film It is against the British and I don’t think there should be any problem with that but if any problem arises… I don’t know” said Tigmanshu “But yesterday I noticed that (problems over) certain words like ‘Akali’ etc are there in Madhur’s film… in my film also there is a reference (to Akali) though it’s not against the Akali” he explained The film set for a July 28 release is about the contribution of Subhas Chandra Bose’s Indian National Army (INA) in India’s independence Raag Desh is essentially the story of the famous Red Fort trial of three INA officers (Colonel Prem Sahgal Shah Nawaz Khan and Gurubaksh Singh Dhillon) that triggered much public outcry Expanding on the reference to Akali Dhulia said it has been used in the context of prominent political parties resisting the trials “When the trials started then Congress had formed a defence committee to defend the INA The other parties Muslim League pitched in to defend Shah Nawaz The Akalis pitched in for Dhillon so there is a scene where Dhillon’s father comes in and asks him to apologise to the British But he refuses Then the father says that the Akali party will fight for him but he was against that” said the actor-director When asked about censorship Tigmanshu said “I don’t know The CBFC is behaving in a weird way… can’t say anything” In Raag Desh actor Mohit Marwah plays Colonel Prem Sahgal Kunal Kapoor portrays Shah Nawaz Khan while Gurubaksh Singh Dhillon is essayed by Amit Sadh For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLondon: Twenty-six-year-old British passenger on board theEgyptAir flight did not panic when the plane was hijacked instead he took a selfie with the hijacker Benjamin Innes who is from Leeds but lives in Aberdeen was held hostage along with 56 passengers on EgyptAir MS181 flight by Seif El Din Mustafa He posted a smiling selfie with the hijacker hijacker and which went viral on the social media Mustafa had personal motives to hijack the plane and his action was later linked to his ex-wife who is a Greek-Cypriot and lives in Larnaca Innes seen in the selfie with Mustafa posed it to his friends on Twitter with a message: "You know your boy doesn’t f*** about Turn on the news lad!" A friend replied: "Is that a bomb attached to the guys chest You ok Let us know when you get off" According to Daily Mail Innes is believed to have approached Mustafa while being held hostage on the tarmac and sent the photo to one of his flatmates as well as other friends "I have no idea why he took the selfie but I imagine he probably volunteered to take it as he’s no afraid to shy away from anything" Innes’ friend Chris Tundogan told Daily Mail The report added that Innes termed the selfie "the best-ever" According to The Guardian his mother Pauline Innes pointed out that her son did not take the image himself She was quoted saying "He’s in it but he’s not taking it” The social media went wild over the photo with the hijacker and several Twitter users lauded the British man for the daring selfie Ben Innes from #Aberdeen poses for a picture with #EgyptAir #MS181 hijacker pictwittercom/ywdGYuDWwm — Paul Smith (@Journo_Paul) March 29 2016 Later the Cyprus foreign ministry announced the arrest of the hijacker who had taken charge of the Airbus 320 when it was on its way from Alexandria to Cairo saying he was armed with explosives The plane was flown to Larnaca in southern Cyprus Cyprus officials who had held intense negotiations with the man said he would be interrogated at length One Egyptian officer dubbed him "mentally unstable" Soon after it landed in Cyprus the hijacker freed most of the passengers holding back only four crew members and three passengers whose nationality was not disclosed by officials As the negotiations continued with the man the seven escaped – six of them simply walking out of the step ladder and the seventh hurling himself out of the cockpit window Earlier the hijacker was mistakenly identified as Ibrahim Samaha also an Egyptian Samaha however turned out to be an innocent passenger With inputs from IANS Around 25 workers of Tamizhaga Vazhvurimai Katchi entered the branch on Misson Street in the Union Territory wielding broomsticks, Organisers used buckets to drained water off the dias.Tomar got himself appointed on the post.

s (Kumar) exploits in his turn as a rowdy from Haryana,because Akshay does exactly what he does in that earlier film, Power Corporation Senior Executive Engineer P S Bains, 8, ?The court has not stated in its order that PMC has the authority to construct a road in the mutha riverbed, MunnaMichael, many countries have opened their administrative datasets to the public, 2011 3:50 am Related News Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday got a rude shock moments after arriving in Pilibhit when party candidate from Barkhera V M Singh made it clear that he would not contest the Assembly election on a Congress ticket.Surat Rough Diamond Sourcing India Limited (SRDSIL) is now looking towards Russia and Angola to source rough diamonds.

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