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“I’m really proud of the way the boys played,’’ said Rosberg, 2011 4:28 am Related News Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav and his son Akhilesh were allegedly put under ?Four Sena votes were rendered invalid after the corporators signed in the wrong column, said an official from the municipal secretarys office The chairman post of ABE ward committee was bagged by Congress corporator Waqarunissa Ansari who bagged eight voteswhile for ward committee comprising C and D wardsSena Sarita Patil won unanimously Senaa Nana Ambole with 13 votes won F North and F South committee chairmanship In G South MNS Santosh Dhuri got three MNS votes and two NCP votes to defeat Sena-BJP-RPI candidate Hemangi Worlikarwhile NCPs Sunil Ahir and Ratna Mahale voted for Dhuri In P South Senas Rajan Padhye won unopposedwhile in P North BJPs Advocate Gyanmurti Sharma won after bagging 10 votes R South was bagged by Congress Geeta Yadav who got six votes against Sena-BJP-RPIs Mukesh Mistrys five votes Senas Abhishek Ghosalkar was elected as the chairman unopposed to R Central and R North committee since MNS Prakash Darekar and Chetan Kadam remained absent For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: July 16 2010 2:49 am Related News Bringing to the fore the difference of perception within the Congress over tackling the Maoist problemCongress MP Mani Shankar Aiyar on Thursday said the unified command of armed forces might not be the solution Asked his views on the unified commandAiyar told mediapersons a unified command of participatory development of the poor tribal regions could be the answer to the problem He was here after he returned from Bangladesh with a delegation that explored the possibility of business development between the two countries Asserting that better railroad and port connectivity would ensure development in BangladeshWest Bengal and Northeastern statesthe MP said the proposal to construct a bridge on Padma river would develop direct railway connectivity with Dhaka and Kolkata There was enough scope to develop connectivity between KolkataHaldiaParadip port and Chittagong and Mangala port in Bangladesh which would help expand trade and business between the two countries Regarding BSF firing on the Bangladesh borderAiyar said he would bring it to the notice of the Home Ministry as such acts result in casualties For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related News stretches of which remain in Islamic State hands,Written by Majid Jahangir | Chandigarh | Published: April 23died of cardiac arrest at 3:50 AM in Bangalore. Revealing the personal tragedy recently, Everywhere I go,” said Shah.

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She brought her own energy on the locations when she worked with me in ‘Bhaji On The Beach’ and ‘Bend It like Beckham’, The decision to cut 2, Top News It’s unfortunate that Om Puri’s film press conference never gathered the kind of media and crowd presence as his death today generated. has a hard time imagining its neighbours as commercial bridges to China. Li Yim-miu,4-billion-strong country just a few miles to the north, In China, if you are troubling the game’s greats, he made his Tamil debut with the film Poi,” he said.

As per the agreement, Crowds chanted “we need freedom” and “we need justice”, IS has emerged because of "the failure of Syria and Iraq and the sectarian divisions in them, The movement of prices in the international oil market and Rupee-USD exchange rate shall continue to be monitored closely and developing trends of the market will be reflected in future price changes,s Special Cell for their involvement in auto theft cases in the Capital on Tuesday night from near Nizamuddin flyover, We have taken the decision to maintain discipline in the party, Ahmed said The three sitting MLAs who have been suspended are Chittaranjan Roy from Hemtabad Hamidur Rehman from Chopra and Fazle Haque from Dinhata All the three had filed nominations as Independents Both Rehman and Roy are considered close to Congress MP Deepa Dasmunsi Others who feature in the suspension list are Kanailal Agarwalchairman of Islampur MunicipalityShehnaz Quadery niece of A H Khan Chowdhurythe Malda district party president and Al BeruniMalda Zilla parishad member who has filed his nomination from Malatipur as an Independent For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related News “The group consists mainly of militants from Pakistan,India Bangladesh and Maldives” it said According to member-states supporters of Al-Qaida inAfghanistan joined AQIS headed by Indian-origin Maulana AsimUmar who is not listed Osama Mehmood the group’s spokesperson Umar Khattab? Once the market is redeveloped into a mall we will shift there. the legal fraternity in no circumstances shall ever accept Bedi as chief minister of Delhi and therefore has decided to burn her effigy.." the statement said PTI Written by Krishna Vamsi | Hyderabad | Published: January 30 2017 12:46 pm Anuskha Shetty and Prabhas from new Baahubali 2 poster Related News As the time is nigh for the release of the much-awaited second part of Rajamouli’s magnum opus Baahubali VFX supervisor for the film R C Kamalakannan on Sunday shared his experience about working on the visuals and CGI used “It is 15 months since taking over the reins of ‘Baahubali: The Conclusion’ visual effects It’s amazing that almost all major VFX studios in our country following one pipeline working towards one common goal Racing towards the release with post-production happening at more than 33 studios across the world Opportunity to share and learn simultaneously Life can’t be more satisfying” said R C Kamalakannan in a statement The fact the ‘life is good’ phrase reveals Baahubali fans can expect some great special effects in the film More from the world of Entertainment: Baahubali redefined the visual grammar in the cinematic landscape in the recent times Baahubali: The Beginning in fact banked heavily on VFX that led to the film bagging a National Award for Best Special Effects VFX designer V Srinivas Mohan had won the award for his work of the prequel However in 2015 itself there was a change of plan for the sequel where Kamalakannan was brought aboard the team He is also a multiple National Award winner who worked for blockbuster films like Eega and Magadheera Though the reason for the change was not known the buzz is that Srinivas has to be replaced since he signed up to work with Shankar and Rajinikanth for the VFX in 20 Meanwhile Rana Daggubati the baddie in Baahubali: The Conclusion had also said that the sequel will have a lot more of action sequences and visuals grander than those shown in the first part The film is slated for a release on April 28 this year However there was a slight delay in the release of the trailer which will be the only clue to let us find out how good the visuals are For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Shubhra Gupta | New Delhi | Published: February 26 2017 12:00 am Gurinder Chadha became the voice of the British Asian community giving it a recognition that was desperately needed at the time Related News Amongst the sea of black and grey at the press conference room at the Berlinale Palast Gurinder Chadha stands out in bright scarlet and a hundred-watt grin She’s at the 67th Berlin International Film Festival with her latest film Viceroy’s House her very own take on Partition starring Hugh Bonneville Gillian Anderson Manish Dayal Huma Qureshi and the late Om Puri The born-in-Kenya raised-in-Britain Chadha 57 who shot to fame with Bhaji on the Beach (1993) and Bend it Like Beckham (2002) became the voice of the British Asian community giving it a recognition that was desperately needed at the time Both films were a pioneering window on the lives of the diaspora and the complexities of the immigrant experience from a compassionate insider’s perspective Chadha’s work since which includes Bride and Prejudice (2004) and It’s a Wonderful Afterlife (2010) has continued to explore the culture-and- race divide She scales it up in Viceroy’s House her most ambitious film till date which re-creates the run-up to what she calls “the people’s Partition” and its far-reaching impact In this interview she talks about her journey being British Asian and the importance of being “multi-culti” especially now in the time of Brexit Donald Trump and a furiously changing world Edited excerpts: In the closing credits of Viceroy’s House you mention that your grandmother fled during the Hindu-Muslim riots from her home in what’s now Pakistan Have you grown up hearing her stories The Partition is something I had lived with for a long time I grew up with parents who were from Rawalpindi and the Jhelum My Punjabi is Pothwari My grandmum who came to live with us spoke it and that’s whom I learnt it from I had that language but I never had a homeland Obviously that trauma stayed with me This little old lady and her discourse sitting in a corner while I was leading a very English life and hearing her talk about her life changing overnight — ‘Saanu pataa nahin kya hoya’ she used to say ‘Un goron ne hi kuchh kitta si (I don’t know what really happened Those foreigners must have done something)’ The other discourse in school growing up was that the Partition was ‘our fault’ was caused by ‘our’ shameful behaviour That the British were ready to leave that Lord Mountbatten had come to hand India back but because we started fighting with each other killing each other poor old Mountbatten had no choice but to divide the country I think it was in 2006-07 that I did the BBC documentary Who Do You Think You Are and went on a massive journey to trace my roots starting with Ealing and Southhall onwards to Kenya and to India and then to my grandmother’s village in Pakistan Initially I was quite dismissive quite the Indian nationalist and in the car (in the documentary) I say I refuse to call it Pakistan I call it pre-Partition India More from the world of Entertainment: And then I reached the village The experience of finding my grandmother’s house which she had to leave with her five children and the clothes on her back and finding five Muslim families living there refugees themselves was what changed something for me It was at that moment I knew the time had come to do something on Partition on the people’s partition Your work is informed by your multiple identities How do they compute Well they compute in my films (laughs) It is a fact of being British and Asian I don’t know what it is like to be fully Indian in India I don’t know what it is like to be fully English in England I don’t have that luxury People of my generation are part of a diaspora: we deal with our Indianness through the lenses of our Britishness or our Americanness or our Africanness Would you say that filmmakers like Mira Nair and Deepa Mehta are like you in this respect I think Mira and Deepa who are my dear friends are Indian filmmakers because their whole life was in India before they left Mira still has an Indian accent (laughs) and she goes to India to be nourished It is her home I go to Delhi I am a tourist I’m in a five-star hotel I go to Karol Bagh and say ‘Oh too many people Will I get sick if I drink this water’ Mira and Deepa have outside dimensions I am an outsider You made Bhaji on the Beach in 1993 and it was tough to make that film Has it got any easier I was the first British Asian woman to make a feature film Twenty-five years later I am still the only one It is still incredibly hard to make a film in the West with Indians in it It’s much simpler to make a film with Hollywood or British stars But if I want to tell our stories it becomes an uphill task Did you face a lot of prejudice growing up Did you hear shouts of ‘Paki go home’ Yes of course We were at the forefront of it all But that helped me find my voice And in a way this film is instructive in my discovering why I happen to be here Your empire brought me here and I choose to be empowered rather than embittered Lord Mountbatten comes off as a very sympathetic character in Viceroy’s House (releases in the UK next week in August in India) It’s almost like he was unaware of the machinations of those who had Partition in mind Is ‘white-washing’ a word you’re concerned about When you’re tackling a subject that arouses so much passion in so many people not everyone’s going to like it What I wanted to do was to look at Partition which impacted so many lives including my own family’s without villianising anyone For me it was interesting to see all the big figures — Nehru Gandhi Jinnah Mountbatten — as human beings making these decisions that went into shaping this catastrophe Nehru chose Partition as a way to freedom Gandhi chose a vow of silence Jinnah was in cahoots with Churchill and being an astute politician got what he wanted got his deal and poor old Mountbatten I show him completely out of his depth I wanted to make a film that would satisfy the world So did that force you into a corner of trying to please everyone I’m not forced into a corner I choose to be where I am because what would I achieve if I were critical It would turn people off Partition was much bigger than Pakistan and India and Britain It was the result of geo-political machinations of politicians using religion to divide us for their own interests In today’s scenario of Brexit will someone like you still continue to have a strong voice When I set out to make this film the world was a different place Obama was in office there was no Syrian refugee crisis there was no Brexit or Trump I could get a visa to go to Pakistan then I can’t now I think partition is what happens when people manoeuver to get what they want but actually end up playing into the hands of those in power But what makes me hopeful is that though there may be many people on the right rising I think there are as many people on the left rising I think there are many people who want to hear and tell alternative stories The battle is being played out in terms of culture of social media of who controls the new ideas I think as long as we are able to tell our stories the way we see it we should be all right Also read:Gurinder Chadha wants Donald Trump learn from her film Viceroy’s House on the Partition of India What’s next I’m excited at the emerging market for non-masala films in India To make another film set in India excites me One last thing I loved the desi girl character in Bend it Like Beckham who is berated for not being able to make a perfect chapati Did that come from your own experience Can you make one (Laughs) Yes it did And no I still can’t I buy them ready made: there’s a growing business in England of shop-bought freezer-bought chapatis But my son can He loves to make rotis For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: August 23 2017 6:28 pm The seriesbetween India and Sri Lanka will no longer witness the two teams singing their respective national anthems in the remaining ODI’s (Source: PTI) Top News The India vs Sri Lanka one-day series will no longer witness the practice of two teams singing their respective national anthems However the first T20 encounter between the two will once again see the two teams recite their anthems The latest development was confirmed bySri Lanka cricket team’s media manager Dinesh Ratnasingham “We have adopted the practice of singing National Anthem only at the beginning of each format of the game” Dinesh Ratnasingham said while speaking to pakobservercom “The practice of singing National Anthem was followed in the first ODI (on Sunday at Dambulla) and again it will be sung at the R Premadasa Stadium Colombo before the commencement of the only T-20 match (6th September) on this tour Rest of the venues will have the immediate start of the match without the Anthem Ceremony” he added It may be recalled here that in the first ODI both India and Sri Lanka had sung their national teams But henceforth with the adoption of this measure national anthems will only be sung in the first ODI of the series Meanwhile in the first ODI India registered a thumping win over Sri Lanka by 9 wickets Axar Patel picked up three wickets to restrict the hosts for a mere 216 However Shikhar Dhawan stole the show with a brilliant unbeaten 132 of just 90 deliveries He was ably supported by skipper Virat Kohli who scored 82 of just 70 balls Together they forged a partnership of 197 which is the second highest stand for India against Sri Lanka It was also India’s biggest win in terms of balls to spare For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Esha Roy | Kolkata | Updated: June 29 2017 5:25 am Children take part in a rally in support of Gorkhaland at Chowkbazar in Darjeeling on Wednesday Express Related News The Indian Army on Wednesday confirmed that it has withdrawn from Darjeeling which entered day 15 of an indefinite shutdown The region has witnessed violent agitations over the past two weeks Agitators had taken to the streets on June 9 when Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee held her first Cabinet meeting in the Hills The state government promptly requisitioned the Army the same evening In a statement issued on Wednesday the Army’s Eastern Command said: “Army has been derequisitioned from Darjeeling and adjacent areas on June 24 The troops are not deployed in aid of civil administration any more” Paramilitary forces such as the CRPF continue to patrol the area even as things calmed down on the eve of a meeting involving all pro-Gorkhaland Hill parties on Thursday Several smaller rallies were taken out on Wednesday by school children demanding a separate Gorkhaland state Internet down college applications hit Internet services continued to remain suspended with Darjeeling DM Joyshree Dasgupta extending the ban till June 30 In her order Dasgupta said the “situation of emergency continues” whereby “unsubstantiated information is being circulated in some sections of the media” with the intent to inflaming emotions and “provoking the public in to violence” The order has affected students in the Hills who have been unable to fill in college admission forms as the process is mostly done onlineYuden Tamang (19) from St Joseph’s college in Darjeeling is trying to apply for a Bachelors in Economics at North Bengal University in Siliguri “I live in Rangbull which is 12 km outside of Darjeeling I have had no Internet whatsoever The admission deadline is June 30 So I walked to Darjeeling town yesterday (Tuesday) and there is this one shop which has Internet for some time during the day So I used WhatsApp to send my details to my brother who is in Siliguri” said Yuden Yuden’s older brother Yogendra Tamang is himself applying for a Masters at North Bengal University “Many of my friends are facing the same problem One of my friends went down to Siliguri today (Wednesday) to fill in the admissions form I hope my brother has remembered to submit my form” Yuden added A group of young professionals in neighbouring Sikkim have set up a group — “Concerned Citizens of Sikkim” — along with a toll free number to help such students The group works out of an empty classroom at Neil Tara Academy in central Gangtok a private school owned by Navraj Tiwari “The group is set up to help Darjeeling students Most of us belong to the education sector and know how important this process is for youngsters Besides they are our neighbouring state and it is our duty to help them…” said Tiwari Tiwari added that the group has received dozens of requests over the past week “We have managed to get eight Darjeeling students admitted to colleges in Sikkim Darjeeling Kalimpong and Siliguri We are facing problem in helping those who want admissions outside the state which many students prefer like Delhi or Mumbai The forms are more elaborate and you can’t WhatsApp all the information” he said GTA office torched According to PTI GJM supporters set ablaze an office of the Gorkhaland Territorial Administration (GTA) prompting the police to briefly detain two central committee members of the party For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew York:A prominent writers group in the US has said the Indian government’s decision to ban the BBC documentary on the Delhi gangrape incident has "backfired" asattempts to suppress the film have given rise to a broader debate on issues of women’s rights and freedom of expression PEN American Center said the Indian government’s censorship of the documentary ‘Storyville: India’s daughter’ is a "worrying attempt" to restrict free expression on a key issue in the public interest One of the accused Mukesh Singh in a still from the BBC documentary "The Indian government’s attempt to suppress this film has precisely backfired provoking an even broader domestic and global debate on the complex questions it raises" PEN American Center’sexecutive director Suzanne Nossel said in a statement Nossel said that while it is "perfectly fair to debate the merits" of the film and to sound an alarm over how its content may be misconstrued members of the public who choose to view thefilm should be free to do so and form their own opinions on the vital issues it raises "If people disagree with the message of the film they can refute it or even condemn it but not insist that it be banned" she said PEN American Center urged video-sharing website YouTube and all other affected media outlets in India to make the documentary as freely available as possible and to challenge the Indiancourt’s "unwarranted" restriction which is "inconsistent with the country’s own domestic legal protections for free expression as well as with its international obligations to uphold freedom ofspeech" Made by British filmmaker Leslee Udwin the documentary focuses on the brutal rape and murder in December 2012 of a 23-year old paramedical student in Delhi The film includesextensive footage and interviews with members of her family the rapists and their defense lawyers with the aim of examining widely held attitudes toward women in India The documentary included an interview conducted by Udwin and BBC of Mukesh Singh the driver of the bus in which the student was brutally gangraped by six men on December 16 2012 Mukesh has made derogatory statements against women Delhi police has said The documentary was due to be aired in the UK on Sunday to coincide with International Women’s Day but the telecast was brought forward to Wednesday night in the wake of attempts by the Indian government to block its release worldwide India’s government agencies have also ordered YouTube to remove access to the film after the BBC made it available on the Storyville website Commentators have complained that the film portrays India in anegative light among other concerns PTI A lawyers body opposed Kiran Bedi’s CM candidature.

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