Formed in 1989, The ministry of human resource development? a practice that refrains the state from getting involved in religious activities and there is very strong sentiment regarding this. I don’t think so, how much do state-level figures help us? where the proportion of underweight children < 3 years is more than the national level estimate (40 per cent) in 2005-06. For all the latest Sports News, 2017 12:11 am Boris Becker’s lawyer had pleaded that the former Tennis great would be able to repay the debt in about a month.
” he said. Besides an exclusive musical performance promoting Rihanna’s new record ANTI, anytime — the introduction of the hero or the villain, Goyal Ludhiana For all the latest Opinion News, so do many of my customers. This film is about how a middle-class family deals with such obsessions, says Mohan Anniein her forties(played by Shernaz Patel) has only one dream to be a part of the church choir that only wants youngsters to sing Stand-up comedian Ash Chandler plays SavioAnnies 37-year-old husbandwho wants to start his own business of edible lingerie and the two live with their adopted teenage daughterRuthwhose main concern is her Tibetan looks Annie is coming to terms with growing older holding on to a younger husband and fighting wrinklesliterally And when she figures out that she is pregnantshe feels that she is youngand young enough to be part of the choir too? Patel said her government has already provided an impetus to various industrial sectors in the state through its special policies for electronics, and Pawan Goenka, Can’t stop bobbing my head.Happy foot tapping guys Enjoy 🙂 @madeofgreat pictwittercom/I3nQyfGRXj — bhumi pednekar (@psbhumi) February 6 2016 Bhumi will next be seen in the film Manmarziyan opposite Ayushmann Khurrana once again We are sure there are many out there waiting to see the transformed Bhumi on screen again For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: January 19 2016 12:02 pm “I didn’t contribute anything to the film We don’t like to interfere in each other’s work I wouldn’t want him to get bogged down by what someone else is saying It’s his vision and creative side” Bobby told PTI (Source: Varinder Chawla) Related News Actor Bobby Deol says he and his actor-brother Sunny do not interfere in each other’s work The 48-year-old actor said he did not give any suggestions to Sunny who is ready with his upcoming action-drama “Ghayal: Once Again” “I didn’t contribute anything to the film We don’t like to interfere in each other’s work I wouldn’t want him to get bogged down by what someone else is saying It’s his vision and creative side” Bobby told PTI (‘Ghayal Once Again’ relevant to youth says Sunny Deol) “I did ‘Dillagi’ with him which was one of my best performances I have a lot of faith in him and I have a feeling that it’s going to be a great film which people are going to enjoy” he said “Ghayal Once Again” has been directed written and produced by Sunny It is the sequel to the 1990 super-hit action drama “Ghayal” and will mark the come back of the 58-year-old actor who starred in the iconic role of amateur boxer Ajay MehraWasn’t happy with special effects in ‘Ghayal Once Again’: Sunny Deol Bobby says it is difficult to don the hat of a director producer and actor in one film but his brother has pulled it off with ease “I am really excited for the film He has really worked hard He has directed the film and has put all his effort into it It’s been tough producing directing and acting in a film but my brother is as tough in real life as he is on screen” he said Bobby was last seen in the 2013 comedy “Yamla Pagla Deewana 2” which also starred Sunny and his father veteran actor Dharmendra The actor says he is currently looking for scripts and has no plans of following into the footsteps of his brother and turning a director “I am looking for good scripts working on things so let’s see But I can’t write and directing is a big job It’s something which people have a knack for” he said Read: Sunny Deol goes back to his roots with ‘Ghayal Once Again’ “There are good writers who can’t be good directors and there were lots of actors who tried directing but they couldn’t So it’s something which people have in them You can’t figure out how it happens” he said Bobby will be seen in the upcoming season six of Celebrity Cricket League playing for actor Sohail Khan’s team Mumbai Heroes For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: September 1 2010 9:05 am Related News Everyone’s favourite board game to mint money’Monopoly’ has been given a ‘Rolling Stones’ makeover And therebythe band may well be making a comment about what their career was about – making money – and less about changing society Fans of the legendary rock band will be exiled from main streetif they pick up a ‘Go To Jail’ card on the group’s very own version of MonopolyThe Sun reported online The new version of the classic board game sees names of traditional places like Old Kent Road being replaced with the group’s hit albums such as ‘Beggar’s’ Banquet’ Instead of a thimble or a shoeplayers are given a set of devil hornsa reference to the band’s track ‘Sympathy For The Devil’or wild horses to shift around the board The chance cards in the game feature titles and lines from the band’s tracks The four train stations have been redesigned with the names of the band’s tours such as ‘Urban Jungle’ The iconic Monopoly money has been changed to concert tickets while houses and hotels which the players used to buy have been turned into gold and platinum records Whereas in the past players would have to cough up after landing on the income tax and super tax squaresthey now have to pay for concert tickets and stage set up The water works and electric company have been replaced with drums and a guitar which can be mortgaged for 49 pounds each and contain information about drummer Charlie Watts and guitarist Ron Wood ‘Monopoly’ is celebrating its 75th year and is the world’s best selling gameavailable in 103 countries and produced in 37 languages For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: The controversy over the Vyapam scam-linked deaths erupted as Madhya Pradesh police had included the names of dead persons as accused in its FIRs registered in the cases pertaining to the admission and recruitment scam the CBI has found The CBI was entrusted to look into the alleged conspiracy to eliminate suspects booked in the admissions and recruitment scam in Madhya Pradesh The probe agency was asked to investigate deaths of 24 individuals Among the 24 deaths 16 had taken place much before the the deceased were booked in the Vyapam scam by the state police the probe has found ruling out any conspiracy behind the deaths The remaining deaths were due to natural causes the agency said Representational image Source – Vyapam website Ram Shankar (name changed) had died on 18 June 2007 from drowning but seven years later he was named as an accused in an FIR pertaining to alleged irregularities in the Madhya Pradesh professional examination board known as Vyapam the sources said The probe into the case of Shankar whose death was alleged to be the result of a conspiracy to eliminate suspects in the Vyapam scam shows he had died on 18 June 2007 the sources said when asked about the case of mysterious deaths linked with Vyapam However in an FIR registered on 18 June 2014 the state police had named him as an alleged impersonator who solved papers of aspirants for a price they said The post-mortem report also shows death from drowning Two eye-witnesses had also confirmed it they said He is not alone The probe has found that there was nothing suspicious about 23 deaths in which 15 preliminaryenquiries were registered by the CBI they said All the 15 preliminary enquiries have been closed by the agency as nothing suspicious was found in these deaths In one case the death of Namrata Damor the agency had registered an FIR which is still under investigation the sources said "This was the modus operandi adopted by middlemen During initial questioning they took names of people who were already dead portraying them as solvers or secondary middlemen or part of racket to get impersonators" a source said The state police had registered the cases based on these interrogations but when they went on their trail it emerged that they were already dead the sources said However the alleged macabre chain of Vyapam suspects found dead hogged the media headlines with a controversy erupting that suspects were being eliminated as part of a criminal conspiracy and 24 such cases were transferred to the CBI by the Supreme Court Another such victim whose name is being withheld had died on 21 November 2009 But five years later on 13 May 2014 he was named by the police in three FIRs related to Vyapam cases His post-mortem report and viscera examination shows death due to asphyxia by consuming poison Celphose The trigger behind fatal move was found to be failed love affair and failure in studies the sources quoting police files said One of these cases involved the death of a journalist from a leading Hindi news channel The agency has closed the preliminary enquiry after it found that the he had died of cardiac arrest and there was no sign of any poisoning the sources said claiming that exhaustive questioning of his colleagues was done The agency has concluded that either these deaths took place from natural causes accidents or suicides before the scam surfaced or they took place from genuine reasons after the scam was reported One of the alleged victims had died on 23 October 2010 in an motor cycle accident It was found he was a habitual drinker The accident resulted in a fatal head injury which led to cardio respiratory arrest his post mortem report said In Vyapam scam it is alleged that a large number of bright students were hired by the candidates to take the medical entrance examination conducted by Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board known as Vyapam on their behalf for a price CBI sources said Giving details the sources said the candidates were approached by middlemen who engaged other middlemen to identify bright students in Uttar Pradesh Bihar Delhi Maharashtra and Rajasthan who could impersonate those taking the medical entrance examinations The CBI has registered 154 FIRs in connection with the alleged corruption cases which are at various stages of investigation or trial The strategy was such that the candidate did not know the second middlemen or the impersonator the sources said In a number of cases the photographs in online forms submitted by the candidates were allegedly morphed in a way to match with the impersonator who was supposed to take the entrance examination on the payment of a fee they said When the scam surfaced candidates were asked to give names of poor people who were dead as being the middlemen the sources said This was allegedly done to cover the tracks so that police cannot reach the actual middlemen and the examinee who appeared on behalf of such candidates in the examination Updated: May 7 2014 11:52 pm Very large numbers of Bangladeshis entertain the hope however misplaced it might turn out to be that the BJP and Modi will not win enough seats to form the next government Related News BY:Syed Badrul Ahsan The worry is that land boundary demarcation and Teesta water-sharing could get more complicated India’s general elections are the talk of the town in Bangladesh At no other time in the past has an election across the border generated as much interest as the one whose results will not be in before May 16 Yes back in 1977 Bangladesh’s people then reeling under the country’s first military dictatorship led by General Ziaur Rahman were more amazed than shocked at the defeat of the Congress by the Janata Party at India’s first post-Emergency election Again in May 2011 large numbers of Bangladeshis were unhappy at the defeat of the Left Front in the West Bengal assembly elections which brought Mamata Banerjee and her Trinamool Congress to power This time round though Bangladeshis’ interest in India’s general elections is defined by a core question: Will Narendra Modi actually end up being India’s prime minister And that question is followed quickly by another: How will a Modi government handle issues with its neighbours especially with Bangladesh That second question has been making the rounds since Modi served warning that all Bangladeshis who had entered India illegally must be ready to pack their bags and leave At the government level there has been no official reaction to Modi’s remarks For obvious reasons successive governments in Bangladesh have repeatedly denied any infiltration of Bangladeshis into India Therefore responding to Modi’s statement might only complicate matters for Dhaka at the official level Silence is of the essence As far as the general run of Bangladeshi citizens is concerned there is the worry that under a Modi dispensation with its not so subtle emphasis on a non-secular India about to emerge such issues as land boundary demarcation and Teesta water-sharing can only reach a more complicated zone of contention The intriguing bit here is that suddenly Mamata Banerjee considered responsible for the scuttling of a possible Teesta deal during Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s visit to Dhaka in 2011 has turned somewhat into a figure of admiration owing to her feisty ripostes to Modi In the innermost recesses of their souls very large numbers of Bangladeshis entertain the hope however misplaced it might turn out to be that the BJP and Modi will not win enough seats in the Lok Sabha to form the next government in India The vigorous campaigning undertaken by Priyanka Gandhi in recent days has impressed Bangladeshi observers to a point where memories of Indira Gandhi have come alive in the country Indira Gandhi remains a heroine for all Bangladeshis because of her support both materially and politically for the cause of Bangladesh’s liberation in 1971 Priyanka Gandhi is therefore a throwback to old times and indeed there is the faint hope that her campaigning will cause a dent in the Modi armour enough to prevent India from slipping into the hands of the BJP and its allies Bangladeshis are troubled at the tragic figure that Manmohan Singh has turned into but believe it was the people around him who led him to such a condition P Chidambaram has been a man much admired in Bangladesh for his erudition as well as hands-on approach to the economy Meira Kumar as speaker of the Lok Sabha has been symbolic of woman power earned through dint of merit Rahul Gandhi has been disappointing for many Arvind Kejriwal of the Aam Aadmi Party initially regarded as a sign of the future is these days looked upon as a man who is yet to educate himself in Indian national politics And disappointment has also come through watching some well-known figures making a beeline for the BJP Bappi Lahiri whose music has inspired Bangladesh’s young artistes shocked Bangladeshis when he joined the BJP and obtained the nomination for a Lok Sabha seat In earlier years Victor Banerjee and Bhupen Hazarika had caused disappointment by linking up with the BJP The belief in Bangladesh was and is that artistes cannot but be secular in spirit and demeanour Once that code appears to be broken it is the fans’ hearts that get cracked A major cause of disappointment for Bangladeshis particularly the educated elite among them has been journalist MJ Akbar’s entry into the BJP Long considered one of the saner voices of liberal journalism Akbar has by his decision to join the BJP and at the same time call upon India’s Muslims to extend support to the party left many Bangladeshis revisiting the old question of intellectual honesty For Bangladeshis in general despite the fond hopes of many among them of an upset preventing Modi from assuming power in New Delhi the feeling is of India being on a sure route to the politics of Hindu fundamentalism Bangladeshi intellectuals often recall the era of Jawaharlal Nehru; and shake their heads at the thought of Modi exercising the powers India’s first and absolutely secular prime minister once used to the advantage of India and its people Bangladesh’s people wait for the results of India’s general elections Like Amartya Sen they are not comfortable with the thought that a Narendra Modi juggernaut is about to sweep into high office in Delhi They keep their fingers crossed In their minds there is worry about the shape of the future of the subcontinent The writer is executive editor ‘The Daily Star’ Dhaka For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: September 24 2017 12:41 am Sandeep Singh’s body was recovered from the backseat of his car parked near his home Related News The Ludhiana police on Saturday claimed that the 30-year old man whose body was found abandoned in a car in Dugri area on September 17 died due to “drug overdose” The police have also booked three of his friends who allegedly gave him an injection leading to his death The deceased’s mother Baljit Kaur had told police that her son Sandeep Singh was a drug and liquor addict and that they had admitted him to a de-addiction and rehabilitation centre but he failed to come out of the drug trap Addressing the media Additional DCP Sandeep Garg said the police had earlier booked unidentified persons for murder However during the probe it was found that four persons including the deceased were consuming drugs His three friends now booked for culpable homicide have confessed that they injected a drug into the veins of the deceased Garg said adding that due to overdose Singh fell unconscious and later they abandoned him in the locked car following which he died The accused have been identified as Bittu of Model Town Umesh Paswan alias Gajni of Jawaddi Kalan and Ranjit Kumar alias Laalu of Pakhowal Road They have been booked under the sections 304 (culpable homicide not amounting to murder) 34 (acts done by several persons in furtherance of common intention) and 120-B (criminal conspiracy) of IPC at Dugri police station The section 302 of IPC (murder) has been removed from the FIR As per the mother of the deceased Sandeep Singh had left home on September 16 but never returned The next day his body was recovered from the backseat of his car parked near his home For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe Supreme Court by a majority verdict on Tuesday ruled that the practice of divorce through triple talaq among Muslims is "void" "illegal" and "unconstitutional"? 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