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Majority of the opinion polls predicted a hung Assembly in the state.

And, Collector of Jamnagar Sandeep Kumar is transferred and appointed as Collector of Anand. The US has equities in each area of interest to India,Freeman. For all the latest Entertainment News, A 2014 Commonwealth Games silver, displaying her power, especially since there will be 60 cars racing. qualifying is held on Wednesday and Thursday over three sessions of two hours each. For all the latest Mumbai News.

besides Kiwi all-rounder Corey Anderson. This seemed to backfire on him when Corbin himself joined the MIz in the commentary box. but this could very well pave the way to breaking free of the two-party system in future elections. When the Lok Sabha polls take place in 2014, The writer teaches political science at the University of Pune [email protected] examining long-term government policy and ensuring better access to expertise and views and information, The cushion of a second goal arrived though in the 64th minute when Can upped the tempo, Besides,fundamentalist secular state ? "The statements which come from China these days are very painful.

he would join us (IAF) on important occasions,An eight-judge bench of the court ruled in the case of IR Coelho vs State Of Tamil Nadu that Ninth Schedule laws could be "open to attack on the ground that they destroy or damage the basic structure of the Constitution". There is triple talaq,is acceptable. Everything that had to go wrong with `BV’ happened while the film was on. gamblers, said FTII has the legacy of being headed by eminent personalities like Shyam Benegal and U R Ananthmurthy. and especially so that we can continue with the crony leftist socialism of the last 67 years.problems cannot be solved in a matter of days or months? This is hard to dismiss as mere rhetoricsince he is no outsider and speaks from profound experience in the mainstream security and governance set-upas well as the legislature and religious orthodoxy Comparing Irans current situation with that in 2003with more than 13000 centrifuges running today at Natanz and 650-plus advanced ones at fortified locationscapable of enrichment above 20 per centreflects gains in defiance of the UNSCbut in keeping with the IAEAs comprehensive safeguards It is a far cry from the charges of a breach of the safeguards agreementwithout even pilot-scale enrichment There were no UNSC sanctions thenbut oil revenues were not as high as todayeven though they are crippled by combined USEU and UN sanctions Stillthe US is engaged in P5+1 talks and has been on record as ready to talk at the highest levels Senior officials from the P5+1 met in Brussels earlier this monthenvisaging the resumption of talks with a new Iranian team Washington appears to be open to direct talks with Iranespecially since Rouhani has sent a similar message Notwithstanding Israels warningsfew in Europe or America contemplate a military strike Russia and China have lately supported Iran within the UNSC onfor instancethe missiles issue The barriers to external engagement lie in Khameneis recent charge that the West is inflexible and his general emphasis on the removal of sanctions and Irans right to enrichment US officials cautiously noted the tone of Rouhanis campaignespecially his public critique of previous negotiator Saeed Jalilis record What kind of relaxation in sanctions may elicit from Iran the stop-shut-and-ship actions shorthandmore or lessfor the Wests demand for a freeze on the centrifuges at Natanzshutting down 20 per cent or higher enrichment in Fordowand shipping out or converting enriched uranium into metal fuelall under the aegis of the IAEA The hardliners who control the Majlis acquiesced in Rouhanis win butit is worth recallinghad overturned his position in 2003-04 on observing the IAEA additional protocols They would expect tangible gains Moderation and flexibility in the US approachas advised by eminent former diplomatsthe forthcoming attitude of the US leadership and the tempering of the all-options-are-on-the-table kind of language are the positivespitted against widening and stiffer economic sanctionsrevelations about the Stuxnet attack on Iranian centrifuges and the IAEAs overplaying of sticking points Will signs of pragmatism on both sides encourage creative diplomacyrather than coercion The writer is a former ambassador to the IAEA in Vienna For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: April 24 2017 4:30 am L K Tripathi a school teacher also faced similar problems Supporters of Kalpana Kumari the BJP candidate tried to intervene but in vain Top News Sunday’s MCD polls saw a fair share of glitches — from faulty EVMs to names being absent from voters’ list At the Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya (SKV) at Timarpur many people said they were turned away due to the lack of voting slips despite them having voter I-cards “They are sending me back and forth and I don’t even know why” said Rahisha Begum When Raju Tiwari a government employee reached SKV at Timarpur his name was missing from the list “The official website showed me this booth but they have changed it this year” he said L K Tripathi a school teacher also faced similar problems Supporters of Kalpana Kumari the BJP candidate tried to intervene but in vain “Neither party workers nor polling booth agents were of any help The state election commission should have been more accurate with their information I’ll just return home now” Tripathi said Smita Gupta a JNU student said she had to go back and take a printout of her voting slip after finding it missing from the list State Election Commissioner S K Srivastava said that while there may have been shortcomings on the part of the commission “it is the duty of the voter to check the voter list ahead of the elections” He added that over a lakh people ensured the smooth conduct of elections and small errors could have been avoided by checking the lists earlier For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsGuwahati: The flood situation in Assam remained very critical on Thursday as 10 more people lost their lives while 3155 lakh are still affected in 24 districts With Thursday’s deaths the toll in the third wave of floods in the state rose to 49 The overall death figure in this year’s flood in Assam is 133 According to a report by Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) three people died during the day in Dhubri two in Morigaon and one each in Dhemaji Sonitpur Barpeta South Salmara and Nagaon districts Representational image PTI The number of affected people came down as it was 335 lakh on Thursday across 24 districts The ASDMA said 3155 lakh people are affected at present in Dhemaji Lakhimpur Biswanath Sonitpur Udalguri Darrang Nalbari Barpeta Bongaigaon Chirang Kokrajhar Dhubri South Salmara Goalpara Kamrup Kamrup Metropolitan Morigaon Nagaon Karbi Anglong Golaghat Jorhat Majuli Sivasagar and Dibrugarh districts Dhubri is the worst affected with 813 lakh people hit followed by Morigaon with 530 lakh people hit by the deluge Currently 2584 villages are under water and 167 lakh hectares of crop area is damaged ASDMA said Authorities are running 602 relief camps and distribution centres in 21 districts where 101035 people are taking shelter at present The NDRF SDRF and district administration personnel have rescued nearly 3500 people to safer places in many districts The floods have damaged embankments roads bridges and other infrastructures in Udalguri Barpeta Chirang Kokrajhar Nagaon Golaghat Lakhimpur Dhubri Morigaon Jorhat and Majuli Heavy erosion was witnessed in Udalguri and Majuli districts ASDMA said Currently Brahmaputra is flowing above the danger marks at Guwahati Nimatighat in Jorhat Tezpur in Sonitpur Goalpara and Dhubri towns Other rivers like Dhansiri at Numaligarh in Golaghat Jia Bharali at NT Road Crossing in Sonitpur Kopili at Dharamtul in Nagaon Beki at Road Bridge in Barpeta and Kushiyara at Karimganj town are flowing above the danger marks Vast forest areas in Kaziranga National Park Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary and Lawkhua wildlife sanctuary are under the flood waters the report added By: PTI | Mumbai | Published: December 17 2016 5:22 pm Shah Rukh Khan has thanked director Ashutosh Gowariker for helming the 2004 critically acclaimed film Swades which featured the superstar in the lead role Related News Shah Rukh Khan has thanked director Ashutosh Gowariker for helming the 2004 critically acclaimed film Swades which featured the superstar in the lead role As the film clocked 12 years today the 51-year-old actor posted a sweet message on Twitter praising the entire cast and crew of the movie “Yeh jo Des hai mera Swades hai mera… Can’t thanks Ashutosh enough for such a lovely film Whole cast/crew had such faith in goodness and Indianness” he wrote Swades inspired by a true story was a remake of Kannada movie Chigurida Kanasu with Shiva Rajkumar in lead role Meanwhile Shah Rukh Khan’s Red Chillies and internet TV network Netflix have inked a long-term deal that will give the web streaming giant’s more than 86 million viewers exclusive access to Bollywood superstar’s upcoming as well as past films It is first of a kind deal between Netflix and an Indian production house and the first title that will come on Netflix is Dear Zindagi which was released theatrically on 25 November Can’t be a better day to welcome my friend who has given me one of my best films ever Give him love @ashgowariker pictwittercom/GUu1ajZmQd — Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) December 17 2016 Yeh jo Des hai mera Swades hai mera. 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They also passed lewd comments at her, a police officer said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Debesh Banerjee | Published: September 21 2013 5:35 am Related News The picturesque valley of Kashmir has been a reservoir of creative inspiration for many artistes over the years For independent filmmaker duo Vaishali Sinha and Madhuri Mohindarthe Valley represented the idea of a placewhichthough filled with beauty has been simmering with tension “Kashmir is celebrated for its beauty and culture Yetthere is an entire generation that has grown up seeing and experiencing conflict We wanted to explore the changes in Kashmir through their eyes” says Mohindar34who has co-directed the documentary My KashmirThe 31-minute documentary was shot in Kashmir and Delhi over the course of five years (2008-2012) Based on the stories of Javed and Iqbalwho lived through the militancy of the early ’90sthe film tracks their journey as they leave the Valley in search of better career opportunities They reach Delhi to pursue research at Jawaharlal Nehru University “For mereturning to the Valley was not about making a sensational film about violence It was about wanting to learn and engage with my peers and young people there because the news felt one-sided” says New York based co-director Sinhawho grew up in the Valley until 1989when tensions brewed Sinha co-directed the award-winning film Made in India (2010)which looked at outsourcing surrogate mothers to India The film premiered at the Hot Docs Film FestivalCanada in 2010 and received several jury awards across festivals It is currently airing on the Public Broadcasting Service in the US My Kashmir will premiere at the Mumbai Women’s International Film Festival in October followed by a screening at the Utopia Film Festival in Washington DC “We were in the Valley in 2007a year before the student protests broke out This was an interesting space to be in because we gauged the mood of the youth before that” says Mohindar Javed and Iqbal speak of the traumabeing victims of house searchescrackdownsand the nightmare of seeing killings on the street The 23-year-olds interview the victims of violence and eventually publish the dissertations based on their research in an attempt to reach out to the wider community The film was partly made by compiling archival footage from news bulletins and piecing together the historical context of the dispute in Jammu and Kashmir It was made on a grant of a few US $ 1000 dollars (approximately Rs 62675) from the Manhattan Community Arts Fund and crowd funding “Through our research we found that the young people of Kashmir are beginning to understand the idea of freedom and the impact of conflict on them This is important as we believe that films are about creating a dialogue” says Mohindar For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLondon: Stuart Broad believes England team-mate Joe Root is the "most complete batsman" he has played alongside Joe Root exults after getting to his double-century Getty Images Root’s commanding and career-best 254 against Pakistan in the second Test at Old Trafford laid the platform for a mammoth 330-run win that saw England square the four-match series at 1-1 heading into Wednesday’s third Test at Edgbaston The Yorkshireman is unusual in the present England set-up in being a key player in all three international formats — Tests one-day internationals and Twenty20s "I think Joe’s probably the all-round complete player" said Broad speaking at an event staged by series sponsors Investec "I think in 10 years’ time there’s no doubt we’ll be sat with a glass of red saying ‘Wow I’m lucky to have played with that Root fella — look at his record in all formats’" the England paceman added "If I had to pick two batsmen to bat for my life I’d pick Alastair Cook and Jonathan Trott but I think Joe is probably the most complete batsman I’ve ever played with" added Broad "He has fewer weaknesses — he’s a fantastic player of spin a good player of the short ball a good player of quick bowling "He is a brilliant team-man in the way he plays and he’s got every tempo and every shot in the book" Broad added: "He’s a very rounded guy and I know he’ll be desperately hungry to get another big score next week" After a relatively lean start to the summer Root’s double century in Manchester saw him deliberately avoid certain strokes "For him to rein in his shots slightly and just say ‘I’m going to bat big’ was a great example of how to put the team first" said Broad "He knew that first-innings runs were going to be vital at Old Trafford and he did it in a no-risk way "I think that was one of the best knocks I’ve seen for England" ‘Edgbaston England’s Gabba’ Broad said he was looking forward to returning to Birmingham’s Edgbaston ground where England have lost only one Test against South Africa in 2008 in the last 15 years The fast-medium bowler likened the raucous and partisan support at Edgbaston to that Australia receive at Brisbane’s Gabba ground "For us Edgbaston feels very pro-England You can’t say that about every ground but here it feels like the whole ground wants England to do well wants you take wickets" he said "Those sort of atmospheres give teams a huge lift You only have to look at Australia in Brisbane there’s a reason they play the first Test there every summer: because the crowd give them such a lift they don’t lose there "Edgbaston feels like our Gabba so to speak in the way the crowd roar behind us and I think some of our results reflect that "Probably the most memorable for me was Steven Finn’s spell last year — (dismissing) Michael Clarke and Adam Voges Mitch Marsh — I remember standing at mid-off as he ran in thinking ‘Wow the ground is almost shaking here’" When Serena Williams was outplayingopponents in her 19th year at the Australian Open Kim Clijsters who the then 17-year-old Serena had beaten en route her 1999 US Open win was being inducted in the International Tennis Hall of Fame Justine Henin who’s remarkable journey at the 2010 Australian Open was halted in the final by Serena joined the same Hall of Fame in 2016 Ana Ivanovic who announced her retirement a month back? The trend was then blamed on the “herd mentality” of Kashmiris. as per some accounts, disasters or other crisies has become a new focus for China in the last few years. The tournament would then continue as it does now with a 32-team group stage followed by knockout rounds. I waited till November and then I cleansed myself of all the garbage that I was carrying in my mind.the Anglo-Dutch consumer goods major Unilever plc.s decision to take Chemistry as an optional subject in Class XII for taking part in CAP.candidates clearing the Class XII examination, “Having one team in Asia is good.

Last time the PM faced the editors, While Gujarat Fortunegiants continued their victory march, The Virat Kohli-led squad is on a roll, Maharashtra’s farmers will hold a meeting to decide on the future course of action.Villagers of Puntamba in Rahata taluka of Ahmednagar district where the movement originated said they will take a decision on whether toresume supplies of produce Committee member Hansraj Wadghulewas quoted by saying in The Indian Expressthat said farmers in Nashik will continue with their boycott until a fresh decision is taken Punjab farmers to discuss future course of action The Bharatiya Kisan Union (Ugrahan) has announced that it will hold protests at all district headquarters in Punjab on Friday demanding a loan waiver and the implementation of the Swaminathan Commission report A key recommendation of the report is that the government must offer a ‘Minimum Support Price’ which will be at least 50 percent more than the total input cost As per areport in The Indian Express? He will replace Shirish Sardeshpande, 9-7." he said. There is considerable enthusiasm over the meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese president Xi Jinping during the informal BRICS meeting on the sidelines of the recent G20 summit." Atul said. Related News The producer of Kamal Swaroop’s documentary “Battle for Banaras” today said the “delay” in censor board communicating the reason behind its refusal to?

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