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which would be extended to 200 more seats. she will be expected to visit the hospital for regular check-ups and rehabilitation. “The biggest U-turn of the Modi government in the last one year has been on the issue of granting full statehood to Delhi. download Indian Express App More Related News according to another video posted by the militants. with the Conservatives ahead. Since treatment usually got delayed,” he says. She was with the Janata Dal (S) before joining the NCP and getting elected to the BMC in 2007. Chavan is a corporator from Malad and has been active on civic.

were locked in a lengthy discussion as they walked the entire length of the beach and back. The driver and helper of the bus are absconding,Poona Club. Speculations are rife that some senior leaders, but formal amendment requires approval by two-thirds of both houses of parliament and a majority in a referendum. as one possible partner backing the revision. another singles player Parupalli Kashyap had asked for external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj’s help as he along with HS Prannoy and N Sikki Reddy had applied for New Zealand visa a week back but had failed to get their passports back which would have affected their participation in Canada and the US.“As we have to leave for tournaments on July 6 to Canada and US Opens we require passports immediately” he said requesting immediate help @SushmaSwaraj @MEAQuery @VijayGoelBJP pictwittercom/A7dbKCyK6o Parupalli Kashyap (@parupallik) July 4 2017 “The invitation from organisers comes a month before We were unable to submit our passport as we are in another country playing in another tourney a different country” he added The players were in Sydney at the time for the Australian Open Super Series For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: July 17 2017 10:28 pm Kirti Kulhari is going to play the titular role in Indu Sarkar Related News Actor Kirti Kulhari who shot to fame with megastar Amitabh Bachchan-led film Pink says movies are made of characters and not on just a single person and so the contribution of all characters in the narrative makes the film interesting Though her performance in the 2016 hit Pink was appreciated by critics and audience alike her co-star Tapsee Pannu was the one who mostly walked away with awards and nominations Soon she will be seen in a leading role in Indu Sarkar Does she feel that she has finally got her due “In my head when I heard the script of Pink it was the story of three girls so I had no insecurity But I don’t want to comment on who got what mileage I believe that films are made of characters and not on any one person” Kirti said “So the contribution of each character in the narrative makes the film interesting…no one can and should over-do each other” she added Starting her career with the film Khichdi: The Movie in 2010 Kirti mostly acted in films with an ensemble cast “In this film (Indu Sarkar) my character Indu has an ideological difference with her husband Naveen played by Tota Roy Chowdhury In those scenes his powerful performance was equally important as that of Indu to establish the ideological and emotional conflicts “I just happened to play the title role but when everybody plays their part beautifully the film looks perfect in entirety” Directed by Madhur Bhandarkar the film deals with the Emergency that was imposed in 1975 “I think apart from me everyone was easy going and playful on set laughing on Madur’s jokes and all…he has the ability to tell a complicated story in an easy and realistic manner” said Kirti The controversial film is releasing on July 28 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsColombo: On his first day of visit to Sri Lanka Prime Minister Narendra Modi today focussed on strengthening bilateral ties between the two South Asian neighbours The visiting prime minister concentrated on issues related to economy and those with political aspects Here is a list of specific takeaways from Modi’s ongoing Sri Lanka visit: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Sri Lanka President Maithripala Sirisena at the Joint Press Statement in Colombo Sri Lanka on 13 March 2015 Image courtesy PIB Financial assistance: India today committed further assistance of up to $318 million to Sri Lanka’s railway sector which will be over and above the figure of $16 billion which India has committed to the island nation in development assistance This brings Indian financial assistance to Sri Lanka close to $2 billion conveying the importance India attaches to Sri Lanka Is this figure enough to outmatch and outplay China in Sri Lanka is entirely another story Currency: The Reserve Bank of India and the Central Bank of Sri Lanka have agreed to enter into a Currency Swap Agreement of $ 15 billion a measure that will help keep the Sri Lankan Rupee (SLR) stable The SLR has weakened by three percent in a very short period recently Ocean Economy: This is the new term that has popped up on diplomatic radar screens especially in context of India’s outreach to Indian Ocean states including Sri Lanka One should hear this term more often in coming months and years This is in tandem with India’s Ocean diplomacy which Firstpost already wrote about In his engagements with his Sri Lankan interlocutors Modi described ocean economy as a new frontier that holds enormous promise for both the sides "It is a priority for our two countries Our decision to set up a Joint Task Force on Ocean Economy is a significant step especially because of our proximity" Modi said Energy: As is the trend in all major bilateral engagements among nations the world over energy security is now beginning to acquire major thrust in India-Sri Lanka deliberations too As a result Lanka IOC and Ceylon Petroleum Corporation on Friday agreed to jointly develop the Upper Tank Farm of the China Bay Installation in Trincomalee on mutually agreed terms A Joint Task Force will be constituted soon to work out the modalities India stands ready to help Trincomalee become a regional petroleum hub Coal is another area of cooperation and India has hinted at early commencement of work on the ground in the Sampur Coal Power Project which would meet Sri Lanka’s energy needs People-to-People Contacts: But nothing is more important than people-to-people contacts between two nations This is what Modi focused on in his talks with Sirisena and his senior colleagues As a result a slew of decisions have been taken by the two countries to encourage people-to-people contacts improve connectivity and increase tourism Prominent among these are as follows: (i) India will extend the facility of "Tourist Visa on Arrival – Electronic Travel Authorization” Scheme to Sri Lankan citizens from the Sinhala and Tamil New Year on 14 April 2015; (ii) Air India will soon start direct flights between New Delhi and Colombo; (iii) India will cooperate in developing a Ramayana Trail in Sri Lanka and a Buddhist Circuit in India; (iv) India will organize a Festival of India in Sri Lanka later this year Sri Lanka is where Buddhism has truly flourished India will be organising an exhibition showcasing our Buddhist heritage as part of this festival Written by Raakhi Jagga | Ludhiana | Updated: July 16 2017 3:53 am On Saturday Government Schools Teachers Union announced to give Rs 50000 to Karan’s family while Registered Medical Practitioners (RMP) Union gave Rs 1 lakh Another Rs 1 lakh was given by Mansa chapter of Red Cross Society (Representational Image) Top News A day after a 13-year-old boy died after consuming a folic acid tablet given to students after mid-day meal in the government school in Udat Bhagat Ram village of Mansa district where he studied his family agreed Saturday to cremate his body following announcement of financial help from various quarters and ended its sit-in outside the civil hospital in Mansa After consuming the folic acid tablet given to 84 other students as well Karan Prasad was taken ill and later died because of liver failure The boy who had reportedly suffered from jaundice in the past was taken to a registered medical practitioner after he took ill On Saturday Government Schools Teachers Union announced to give Rs 50000 to Karan’s family while Registered Medical Practitioners (RMP) Union gave Rs 1 lakh Another Rs 1 lakh was given by Mansa chapter of Red Cross Society Karan’s father Mukesh Kumar is a daily wager Mansa DC Dharampal Gupta said “As per a probe conducted by the SDM the child went to a local RMP instead of going to the government hospital After about two hours he was sent to Adarsh hospital in Bathinda by the RMP We have got information that he suffered from jaundice as well in the recent past and hence was on low immunity The inquiry reveals no fault on the part of the government school teacher” Dr Renu Sood civil surgeon in Mansa ruled out any lapse on the part of health officials saying the same tablet was given to 84 other students as well but only one was taken ill Folic acid tablets are given to students once a week after mid-day meal to tackle the problem of anemia Punjab’s Health Minister Brahm Mohindra said he would inquire as to how tablets nearing expiry date reached the schools For all the latest Cities News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: December 29 2015 12:02 am Brinda Karat is taking picture of General Secretary of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) Sitaram Yechury during addressing towards a gathering at Brigade parade ground (Express photo by: Partha Paul) Related News The CPM rally in Kolkata on Sunday was to be a show of strength ahead of the party’s first organisational plenum in 37 years The party congress earlier this year in Visakhapatnam had announced the plenum to discuss flaws in the organisation suggest a revamp and revise tactics The disastrous performance in the West Bengal assembly election in 2011 and the rout in the 2014 general election had forced the CPM leadership to acknowledge that the party was facing an existential crisis However Sunday’s rally turned out to be more about the upcoming West Bengal election than organisational matters An alliance with the Congress and the party’s approach to West Bengal’s industrialisation two issues officially outside the pale of the plenum came alive as senior party leaders targeted the Trinamool Congress and the BJP Its silence on the Congress on the other hand eloquently announced the CPM’s ambivalence on that party The CPM had gone silent on its industrialisation agenda ever since the Nano car project at Singur and a proposal for a chemical hub at Nandigram faced massive popular protests and resulted in large-scale violence While the Nano project moved to Gujarat Singur and Nandigram triggered an exodus from the CPM By all accounts the party now appears to be preparing to reclaim its pro-industry plank and present it as the way forward to create jobs in West Bengal CPM state secretary Surya Kantha Mishra perhaps enthused by the large youth presence at the rally even announced that the party would start factories in Singur and elsewhere and create jobs for “lakhs of people” West Bengal no doubt needs large industrial investments to absorb the surplus labour that the farming sector and small-scale industry cannot accommodate The Left Front government’s industrial policy recognised the necessity for the state to broadbase its economy and scale up its industrial base Where it went wrong however was in the way it went about pushing the industrialisation agenda: The party tripped not because of policy but due to its failure in managing the transition For instance local CPM functionaries led the move to acquire land for industry in Singur by force Little attempt was made to engage with and persuade those unwilling to move out of agriculture The party needs to admit that the conduct of its leadership alienated voters The Congress question is likely to surface at the plenum when the party’s political-tactical line comes up for discussion General secretary Sitaram Yechury’s pragmatic approach could enable state units like West Bengal where the Congress is not the CPM’s main rival to argue for seat-sharing with that party What may suit the party in West Bengal however would be at odds with its interests in Kerala which is also a crucial arena for the party in the new year For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News The 33rd ranked Sameer will now compete at the United States Open Grad Prix Gold. He has suffered 12 years of public "Modi-bashing" since the time of the riots but says that he had decided early on to "let the media do its work; there will be no confrontation". "The powers of the Commission are meant to supplement rather than supplant the law (both statute and Rules) in the matter of superintendence direction and control as provided by Art 324.

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