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Anil is a senior editor based in New Delhi anils@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: June 9 2017 4:21 pm Shahid Kapoor had also shared an adorable video along with his daughter Misha sometime back where she can be seen her clapping Related News Shahid Kapoor is busy with Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmavati co-starring Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone Ever since Shahid started shooting for this film we have been seeing him donning a bearded look for his character The actor can also be seen frequently hitting the gym to get in perfect shape for this film However Shahid recently shared a picture on his Instagram account and it’s a complete departure from his previous looks The actor is looking dashing and has captioned the picture “#shootlife” Shahid Kapoor had also shared an adorable video along with his daughter Misha sometime back where she can be seen her clapping Shahid in an interview with indianexpresscom spoke about Misha at length When asked about the future plans for his daughter the actor said “My parents would tell me when I was small that beta you do what you want to do it is not necessary for you to do what we do I didn’t have any restrictions and expectations from their side It is important that parents realise that yes they give birth to the child but you have your rights over them until a point and then they have their own lives to live Misha is just eight months old now she is very very small but I hope she grows up to doing what she enjoys the most Whatever she wants to do I wish to stand by her and support her in every endeavour and give her all the love I can while I will expect her to work really hard to achieve what she wants in life” “But as parents we should support love and encourage our children At times parents tend to pressurise their kids with their expectations and I make sure I don’t do it” the actor added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsChennai: AIADMK chief Jayalalithaa described the Srirangam bypoll victory as an endorsement of the development work done in the constituency even as opposition parties flayed the ruling party alleging the election was conducted "non-democratically" Jayalalithaa said the Srirangam poll victory was an endorsement of AIADMK’s work PTI Thanking the Srirangam electorate for the victory Jayalalithaa said people had accepted her appeal to make her party nominee win as a mark of recognition to the development work carried out in the constituency "I convey my heartfelt thanks to the people for accepting my appeal and making the two-leaves win" She also said the victory margin showed that "the AIADMK is capable of taking on the conspiracy of political opponents and emerge victorious" Meanwhile DMK treasurer Stalin alleged that "distribution of money has proved to be efficacious for the ruling party" Tamil Nadu Congress Committee President EVKS Elangovan said his party refrained from fighting the bypoll as "it would not be a democratically or legally real contest and such a stance has been proved right given the huge victory margin" He also said next year’s assembly elections would "teach the AIADMK a lesson for the murder of democracy in Srirangam" BJP state president Tamilisai Soundararajan had earlier said that NDA allies failed to come under a single umbrella to fight the elections "There were some problems between the allies and they could not campaign unitedly Even other opposition parties were unable to show their unity" she said BJP candidate Subramamanian said "we promised that Srirangam would be upgraded as a model town under a Prime Minister’s scheme However we did not have enough time for campaigning" "We are also disappointed that DMDK chief Vijayakanth did not campaign for our party" he said Hitting out at AIADMK and blaming the election commission indirectly NDA ally PMK chief S Ramadoss said "what is there to get surprised they contested they conducted and they won" Similarly Tamil Maanila Congress chief GK Vasan said "the result was on the expected line" and recalled his earlier allegation that "instead of meeting voters what is being witnessed is negotiation of price for votes" Jayalalithaa’s conviction in a disproportionate assets case led to her disqualification as MLA and Srirangam seat fell vacant and she had to lose the post of chief minister as well In the 13 February bypoll AIADMK’s S Valarmathi won by a margin of 96516 votes while DMK’s N Anand came second BJP and CPI-M candidates lost their deposit PTI Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union (JNUSU) president Kanhaiya Kumar clarified his perspective on several matters during the powerful speech he gave at the JNU campus on Thursdaynight – his first since he was released from jail on interim bail Since his words have been misinterpreted before here’s a handy guide to ways in which his speech should notbe interpreted But first let’s clarify what he actually said Kanhaiya Kumar IBNLive Addressing the students 29-year-old Kumar who was arrested for sedition for allegedly raising anti-national slogans said that the freedom he wants is from disruptive forces within the country and not from India "We are not seeking ‘azaadi'(freedom) from India We want ‘azaadi’ within India" he said He also threw several barbs at Prime Minister Narendra Modi At one point he said thatdespite his many differences with the PM he agreed with his tweet "Satyameva Jayate" The PM had tweeted it in praise of HRD Minister Smriti Irani’s fiery speech in Lok Sabha on the JNU row "I have many differences with the PM but I agree with his tweet Satyameva Jayate because these words are in our Constitution" he said as his passionate speech was punctuated withapplause and cheers As it is with all powerful speeches though there is a lot of scope for misinterpretation which has only increased now that Kumar has agreed to campaignfor the Left in West Bengal and Kerala So here are a fewways in which you should definitely not interpret Kanhaiya Kumar’s speech: “Popular passions in these elections are flying higher than those in 1991 1996 and 1998 The polarisation today is sharper and clearer than even the 90s in in the aftermath of Ayodhya movement and Babri masjid demolition” Maulana Anwarul Rehman of Bijnor told Firstpost Maulana Rehman’s observations are not merely academic He is saying this on the basis of on the ground feedback that he is getting from people both within his community and outside His views are largely echoed by Maulana Abdul Khaliq Madrasi of the Darul Ullom Deoband as well as another leading cleric of Jamia Mazahirul Uloom of Saharanpur And it is not just the clerics who say this A whole lot of other people also have a similar assessment attributing it to Narendra’s Modi’s decision to contest the parliamentary polls from Varanasi The situation is ascribed to Modi’s decision to contest from Varanasi: Reuters When it comes to reading the situation for once leading clerics BJP candidates and those managing the UP polls for the BJPappear to be on the same page However they have completely different opinions about what this means in terms of what created these circumstances and what consequences both electoral and otherwise may follow Two-time MP and candidate from Ghazipur Manoj Sinha says that there is a greater groundswell and polarisation in favour of the BJP than what he saw in the immediate aftermath of the Ayodhya movement Sinha a former BHU president had incidentally won the 1996 and 1998 elections This time around he is banking on the Modi wave to be an MP yet again While Sinha likes to credit the prevailing state of affairs to Modi’s image of a strong decisive and development oriented leader there are many who believe that the Muzaffarnagar riots the way they were handled by the state government and the situations that developed in their aftermath led to this kind of unprecedented polarisation Most in the Muslim community have forgiven Mulayam Singh Yadav for his failures in the Muzaffarnagar riots But this is largely because he is seen as the only man who has a chance of challenging Modi’s rapidly expanding might Mulayam for his part is actively wooing minority community leaders and commoners The question is what makes these elections more communally polarising than that of the ’90s And if that is the case should that be music to ears of BJP Will they be able to repeatits 1996 high of 58 seats is achievable The critical difference between the ’90s and 2014 is that the issue of the Ram temple vs the Babri Masjid was more emotional than real This time the issue revolves around Modi – which is more real than emotional Maulana Rehman and Maulana Madrasi say that the contention in 90s was limited to a specific place of worship in the state While people were emotionally attached to the issue it didn’t concern their day to day issues The prospect of Modi ruling over the country is real and so are the fears of minority exclusion The BJP leaders broadly agree with these assessments but have a different take on minority fears They agree that Modi has galvanised the BJP campaign and boosted the party’s prospects like no other leader in the history of Independent India But they argue that minority community fears are completely misplaced and are a result of conscious attempts by the Congress SP and other secularists to create a fear psychosis among members of the community because they cannot challenge Modi’s development agenda The withdrawal of Mukhtar Ansari’scandidature of in Varanasi is the result of hectic closed door negotiations not to let “secular votes” split against Narendra Modi Whether these votes will consolidate and go to AAP or to the Congress or to the Samajwadi Party will the most interesting thing to watch But before that happens on 12 May when Varanasi goes to the polls the question that many are asking is whether the jailed don withdrew his candidature for ideological concerns or for more real and tangible considerations The provocative rhetoric from all sides and emerging social equations on the ground suggest that beyond the numbers game the communally polarising politics has a dark side — leaving deep scars and keeping the atmosphere surcharged even after elections are over Instead it will be a perverse incentive for farmers to increase cereal cultivation. reported Digital Spy. and Alan) operate the secretive group and carry out rescue missions in Thunderbird vehicles one through five, 2017 3:09 pm Pawan Kalyan’s Twitter account has reportedly been hacked Related News Actor Pawan Kalyan’s Twitter account has reportedly been hacked. 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