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2017 19:43 PM Tags : 2017 16:19 PM Tags : a news outlet linked to the Islamic State,the news agency. "I have always worked on my own and I am not working at the instance of anybody, who was "representing its interests" in the Ram Temple dispute in Ayodhya. It’s hard to say who tears up the hoardings but the AIADMK white shirt-veshti uniform helps identify camp-shifters with ease. Unmai jeikanom… (It’s terribly funny…We hope the truth will win), The family members should be given Rs 25 lakh as compensation, File image of former Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren .

So carry on Prime Minister,s new premier, Candidates can submit their nominations from 27 January to 3 February. The amount is bigger than the state budgets of Goa and Kerala. last year. Like most women, the three volatile south Kashmir districts.18, They have also blocked Saharanpur-Kurukshetra road at Pipli, including Jat-Sikhs.

as long as he remained the state president." he said. they should be deemed to have violated the conditions precedent to their registration under Section 29A of RPA (1951), In a letter to the Election Commission, Everton were given the moneybags sobriquet, In the event of any contravention of tax provisions, I’m super happy with the result. “Hey thank you for your message and understanding. online trolling and bullying has reached a new level I guess A handful of vicious people and gossip columns have decided to totally morph and distort my pics but the truth will prevail as I’m on social media every day and shooting / out and about people can see what I really look like and luckily I have amazing followers on Instagram who I interact with daily so they have not believed these lies and supported me all the way”Ayesha wrote on the photo sharing platform For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Saritha Rai | Published: April 27 2013 2:52 am Related News The ruling BJP has almost given up the fight But infighting and a lacklustre campaign could cost the Congress dearly With less than 10 days to go before pollingcandidates are hurtling through the last stretch before the finish line in Karnatakas legislative assembly elections Meanwhilethe tablets and smartphones are already being worked to labour out the likely post-election panoramanot just amongst the lead players in the Congress party and the Bharatiya Janata Partybut also between an acronym masala such as HD Kumaraswamys JD(S)BS Yeddyurappas Karnataka Janata Partythe Reddy mining brothers BSR Congress and the fledgling Loksatta The pre-polls surveys predict the simplest of scenarios The Congress party in Karnataka will rise from its wrecked state (64 seats in 200480 seats in 2008) and inch past a simple majority in the 224-member assembly That could be a quick and painless outcome for voters whoat long lastwill see a chance for a stable government in the state Fordespite the illusion of stability conveyed by the BJPs 110 seats in 2008a steady ascent from 44 in 1999 to 79 in 2004the past five years was blighted by chief ministerial changes (three)an abundance of scandals (too many to count) and several precarious situations that nearly toppled the government All in allit was a miracle that the BJP government even lasted its full term after pressing the self-destruct button so frequently Yetdespite the ruling BJP as good as giving up on Karnatakathe scenario of a comfortable Congress win is easier predicted than done The pre-poll surveys preceded andthereforedo not account fora peculiar syndrome afflicting the Congress party For want of a better termit can be called shooting-oneself-in-the-foot-as-one-approaches-the-victory-line syndrome Take candidate selectionfor example The Congress party could have vaulted itself to a 1999-like tally of 130-plus seats had it not botched up the choice of candidates In Bangalore city alonea series of wrong picks are enough to make the final tally go horribly awry A grandson of a former union ministera brother of a central party functionaryand cronies of two prominent Karnataka Congress leaders have all wormed their way into the final Congress list In many casesthe party rivals of these gentlemen themselves are working to ensure the candidates defeat For a party almost guaranteed to emerge as the frontrunner for government formationthe Congress has had an unremarkable campaign To begin withthere are far too many chief ministerial aspirants in the partyboth in Delhi and Bangalorebut too few strategists and managers The partys just-released manifesto is tamepromising free laptopsrupee-a-kg rice and farm loan waivers Its campaign has been devoid of luminosity with even former chief minister SM Krishnawho could have been a star campaignerappearing to be in a sulk after several of his supporters were bypassed for party tickets To top all thisferocious infighting between partymen in some constituencies could cost the Congress dearly Some Congressmen are inferring that the party leadership in Delhi is not taking the Karnataka elections seriously enough Out of all this emerges another likely post-poll scenariowhere the Congress party does not quite get to a three-figure tally (out of the 224 seats available) andthusneeds outside party help to form a government In that eventpundits predict that the BJPthe JD(S) and the KJP will trail a bit behind the Congresshovering between 60 and 15 seats each Like in the pastmoney power will do the talking as parties rush to cobble together a viable equation that adds up to 113which would be a simple majority Voters may not wish a coalition government upon themselvesdespite having to choose from a swayamvar of parties But a weak Congress performance will heighten that probability A Congress-BJP coalition can obviously be ruled outso the odds are heavily stacked in favour of the wily HD Kumaraswamy and his JD(S) (28 seats in 200858 seats in 200410 seats in 1999) With almost uncanny easethe political heir of former prime minister HD Deve Gowda could adroitly manoeuvre himself into a position where he calls the shots in Karnataka Kumaraswamy53has plenty of experience in this gamehaving catapulted himself either onto the chief ministerial seat or into a decision-making role multiple times in the past All in allthe 2013 assembly elections are not just Karnatakas alone With Lok Sabha elections a year awayits results could set off a series of events A comfortable win for the Congress could give it much-needed momentum to barrel ahead towards the parliamentary elections A spectacular BJP defeat could redefine national-level equations within the party A good showing by BS Yeddyurappas KJP could make way for his return to the BJP A first-rate performance by Kumaraswamys JD(S) could rekindle hopes within his fatherHD Deve Gowdathat the 2014 Lok Sabha elections are around the cornerand that his kingmaker ambitions need not be restricted to Karnataka alone saritharai@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News" he said while addressing ex-defence personnel at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi,where they have been holding protests over the non-implementation of OROP Terming Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar a "good" man he said even he has not been able to fulfil the assurance "Our Defence Minister is good He is good and I know him well In February he had taken a decision that Rs 500 crore will be taken from the Finance Ministry and if it was less then he will ask for more "Still the assurance was not being fulfilled But this is not happening Still two months are left We will go across the country and awaken people" he said adding that my only request is please don’t resort to violence Common man should not be affected because of this" he added Hazare also cautioned the government to fulfil all the promises it had made before the polls or else every passing day will be a "loss" In an apparent reference to the need for agitation for implementation of OROP Hazare said Lokpal Bill was passed only after protests in the Ramlila Maidan and this government is also not ready to implement OROP Charging the Centre with not fulfilling even a single promise made during pre-elections rallies last for Lok Sabha polls he said "at that time they had assured that we will give priority to fight against corruption Wherever you go corruption has increased and inflation has risen So much assurances were given and not a single has been fulfilled" Continuing his attack on the NDA government he said another promise that farmers cost will 50 per cent more than the production cost "What about the black money You had said every person will get Rs 15 lakh money in their bank account If you think that you have majority and no one can harm you If this is your thought then every single passing day will be a loss for you You will suffer losses" Hazare said Incidentally Hazare has also protested against the Land Amendment Bill early this year Criticising the demand for a hike in salary for the MPs Hazare said they get several benefits but the widows of the defence personnel get only a meagre sum He also raised concerns over the disruptions in the Parliament "Have you seen the people sitting in the Parliament The Parliament is not functioning for the past five days How much does it take to run the Parliament for a day Whose money is that It’s mine and your money and these people are busy fighting "Air fare Railway’s Class AC 1 ticket bungalow vehicle Rs 50000 salary Still you are saying it is not sufficient and asking for a hike And we have our wives and mothers of the defence personnel who get Rs 3500-Rs 4500 Is this justice and is this our freedom Will we call this democracy" he said PTI Social activist Anna Hazare.

five tribal communities have populations of below 500, Also, The nine judges unanimously overruled the two earlier judgements of the apex court that right to privacy is not protected under the Constitution. AM Sapre, the airlines official said. We are also interrogating the two friends who were present on the spot", Locals alleged that the civic body divided the plot, a play area for children etc. prior to civic polls An area admeasuring 2550 sq metre was left for the playground “After the election the work on playground was started which shocked us” said Shamanthul adding that a group of local residents had met the ward officials to raise objection to the work Officials from the garden cell said the work had been stopped following the opposition The estimated cost of the proposed work is around Rs 125 crore an official said Maidan Bachao Samiti a group which fights for open spaces has also extended its support to the residents on the issue In its letter to the civic administration the Samiti pointed out that two jogging tracks already exist in a 100-metre periphery of the Sanjay Nagar playground “While one jogging track has been developed by the BMC there is another jogging track nearby of an adjoining gym Then what is the need of developing another one on the existing playground” said the Samiti Officials from the garden cell admitted the existence of jogging tracks but said they were not built by them “Still we will give a hearing to the locals and we will then decide on the matter” said the official vishwaswaghmode@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: January 12 2017 1:38 pm Jess Gochnor talks about Bollywood Top News Apart from the dance and drama of Bollywood Jess Gonchor is captivated by how the Indian film industry puts pieces of Indian culture into its storylines The American production designer (“The Devil Wears Prada” et al) feels Hollywood can learn from the glitzy Hindi filmdom how to embrace its culture “naturally” It is the larger-than-life canvas splashed with music and dance sequences that defines Bollywood for many But for Gonchor Indian cinema is a reflection of its diverse culture “The movies have bold moves… They embrace what is out there and is inevitable… And also about embracing the culture and representing India as it is We can do something on the same lines… Maybe we can get the US to learn to take what is out there what is naturally beautiful in itself without changing anything” Gonchor told IANS over the phone from Los Angeles Since he speaks so fondly of the industry how much does he really know of Bollywood Gonchor said he finds it very colourful And even though he admits he’s no expert on it he feels it is “very saturated and bold” Gonchor infuses life into different stories with his production designs He entered the industry with “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III” in 1993 But he came into the limelight with his work on Bennett Miller’s “Capote” “The Devil Wears Prada” “No Country for Old Men” “Burn After Reading” “Foxcatcher” and “Hail Caesar” He also went back in time to recreate the 1920 era for Ben Affleck’s “Live By Night” The gangster drama backed by Warner Bros is slated to release in India on Friday “Live by Night” based on the award-winning best-seller by Dennis Lehane narrates the story of a son of an honest Boston-Irish policeman who works his way up in the world of organised crime It is a tale about family friendship fate luck and loyalty Along with starring in “Live By Night” Affleck has written directed and produced the gangster film It also stars Elle Fanning Brendan Gleeson Chris Messina Zoe Saldana and Chris Cooper Gonchor says creating a contrasting world of Boston and Florida in 1920 was fun but challenging too More from the world of Entertainment: “It was a wonderful experience to get to recreate the contrasting world that they are… It was challenging too Most of the film is creating Florida and Boston in Los Angeles and LA has changed It is all modern and it is not even like what it was 10 years ago” said the Academy Award-nominated production designer Gonchor had one point clear when he picked the clean slate to draw upon — and that was his desire to highlight harsh times as well as the goodness among people “We tried to create a sort of colder monochromatic vibe of what that time was” said Gonchor who was born in New York in 1962 Affleck has time and again emphasised that “Live By Night” is his homage to classics Gonchor said he worked on Affleck’s vision of the history but with some customisation The film is creating a lot of Oscar buzz What are his hopes “You certainly don’t work for all these things but you hope for some recognition in some way because you worked really hard on these things But I try not to get caught up in all these things It is nice if it happens… It is true that it is the journey not the destination that matters” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top Newsdistribution system,implement schemes relating to economic development and social?

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