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She is enjoying being bad so much, download Indian Express App More Top NewsThe Asian Individual Championship invited a strong field of participants from all around the continent. concerns the misbegotten adventures of two mutually-sabotaging roommates,Bedse caves near Lonaval, Suresh Raina is likely to be the key in the batting department. who has been based in the UK since March 2016, said that banks tend to partially provision for loans unpaid over a long period and such an offer would have helped avoid "further loss". but did not find anything similar. In 18 minutes,” With the China collections adding to the total box office tally of Dangal.
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The attack on the shrine of Data Sahib, and indeed the various parts of this most diverse state.” said a source from Shiamak’s team.The event is being organised by the British Council together with the Indian High Commission in London UK cultural institutions and their Indian counterparts More from the world of Entertainment: The 2017 UK-India Year of Culture announced during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the UK in November 2015 is aimed at celebrating the deep cultural ties and the 70th anniversary of India’s Independence through a year-long programme of events and exhibitions in India and the UK Besides Shaimak the attendees will include Indian guests like actor Kunal Nayyar Neha Kapur Ayesha Dharker Kapil Dev Rio Ferdinand Anoushka Shankar Joe Wright Wendell Rodricks Astad Deboo and Manish Mishra Also read |Shiamak Davar says he is not certain if he will ever step into direction but if he does it will be anything but a dance-based film The Changing of the Guard Ceremony at Buckingham Palace will take place against the backdrop of AR Rahman’s Oscar-winning “Jai Ho” later this month to mark the official launch of the event The Band of the Grenadier Guards will play a selection of Indian-themed music including tracks from the 2009 box-office hit Slumdog Millionaire onFebruary 27 Later that evening Queen Elizabeth II will be joined by husband Duke of Edinburgh grandson Prince William and his wife Kate as they host a special reception to celebrate the launch Finance minister Arun Jaitley will be representing the Indian government at the reception along with a delegation of Indian parliamentarians actors and sportspersons For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: June 11 2017 1:24 pm Abhishek Bachchan shares a perfect family picture on his Instagram Top News Amitabh Bachchan’s injury during the shoot of Coolie is a sour memory for the Bachchan clan since the incident has left a major impact on Big B’s health The actor has recalled the moment many times over the years and recently he posted a picture in which we can see how Abhishek Bachchan used to take care of him when he was bedridden post the injury Now Abhishek has posted another picture from the same time in which we see all the family members gathered together for a family picture Abhishek shared the picture on his Instagram profile and wrote “Since @amitabhbachchan posted a photo us post his Coolie accident whilst recovering at home here’s another… Taken on the same day” In the picture we see young Jaya Bachchan and Amitabh with their kids Abhishek and Shweta While Abhishek is seen paying full attention to the camera Shweta looks cute in her Indian attire The picture also has Harivansh Rai Bachchan and Teji Bachchan sitting on each side of Amitabh Well it seems just like how he is master of Bollywood even in the family people could not take their eyes off him Earlier Abhishek shared another picture in which all the kids of the family are hugging Amitabh who is hospitalised with Myasthenia Gravis The actor wrote “#throwbackthursday taken in the mid 80’s ( 1985 if memory serves) I call it Big B and the Bachchan bunch Dad was hospitalised with Myasthenia Gravis and my sister cousins and I had gone to visit him Being too young to understand what all was going on our parents always made it out to be like an outing so that we would not be disturbed by the hospital and its workings When I used to visit my father after his accident on the sets of “Coolie” in 1982 seeing him connected to many drips and machines he used to tell me they were kites that he had got for me I was 6 yrs old My father was fighting for his life and all I thought about was… why isn’t he allowing me to play with these kites? The innocence of childhood I guess” This father-son duo has often given some parent-kid goals to Indian families While their off-screen appearances have always made news they are considered to be the most brilliant father-son duo to be seen on-screen However they have not appeared in many films together but their fans cannot wait to witness yet another iconic moment on the silver screen For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: March 17 2015 12:00 am Related News The raucous scenes in the Kerala legislative assembly last week reflected poorly on its political class Never before has the state assembly witnessed the sort of disruption including physical violence that Left Democratic Front (LDF) MLAs resorted to in a bid to prevent Finance Minister KM Mani from presenting the state budget — Mani is facing corruption allegations Five opposition MLAs have been suspended and the police has filed a case against some unnamed legislators for destroying public property Governor P Sathasivam has warned that the events in the assembly could affect legislative business cause a breakdown of constitutional norms and even be interpreted as a fit case to invoke Article 356 The opposition’s complaint against Mani who heads an important constituent of the ruling United Democratic Front (UDF) is understandable but its conduct in the House is inexcusable Parties have every right to protest but they must respect the sanctity of institutions — in this case the assembly An FIR was filed against Mani who has been a legislator for over 50 years after a liquor baron accused him of taking a bribe While a detailed investigation is on more bribery allegations against the minister have surfaced The allegations are yet to be proved but so far ministers accused of serious corruption in Kerala have been known to quit office during investigation The Oommen Chandy government however has ignored the compelling argument that a minister has no moral right to continue in office when accused of bribery charges until he clears his name Yet the LDF may not have helped its case by resorting to unruly behaviour in the House in full view of the TV cameras The unedifying spectacle of MLAs climbing on to the speaker’s dais and attacking the security staff is unlikely to help win over public opinion It only shows a lack of imagination and purpose when parties disrupt the House to force a minister’s resignation instead of forcefully making their argument inside it and supplementing it with public action that addresses the people outside it For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Naveed Iqbal | New Delhi | Updated: May 31 2017 3:24 am In a report the corporation mentioned that prosecution has been initiated against defaulting units in another 502 cases and nine FIRs have been registered (Representational) Related News In a bid to curb pollution in areas under its jurisdiction the South Delhi Municipal Corporation has issued more than 3000 challans this year for garbage burning and construction dust The corporation has collected over Rs 2 crore in fines between January and May and has issued “strict directions” to field functionaries to act against defaulters Over 1100 challans have been issued for solid waste and garbage burning of which 573 were in the corporation’s central zone fetching over Rs 63 lakh as fines The corporation also issued over 2000 challans for construction activities and dust on roads The SDMC has also shut 27 industrial units causing pollution and is likely to seal another 174 In a report the corporation mentioned that prosecution has been initiated against defaulting units in another 502 cases and nine FIRs have been registered The average air quality index for April 24 to May 24 this year was 252 placing the city in the ‘poor’ air category This figure is one point higher than the average of 251 during the same time last year Additionally the number of days over the 31-day period categorised as having ‘very poor’ air was seven days in 2017 up from six in 2016 The SDMC is in the process of procuring 30 road sweeping machines at Rs 406 crore These will be deployed on roads to bring down the particulate matter in the air The amount was cleared by the outgoing MCD However the machines are yet to be purchased The SDMC in January began installing a Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) system at entry points to Delhi as advised by the Environment Pollution (Prevention And Control) Authority These will be installed at 13 entry points and Rs 120 crore collected as environment cess at these points will be used for the project The project which had an initial deadline of April is likely to take another month For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi:The burning issue of the Rohingyas and India’s capacity building measures and infrastructure projects are expected to figure during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s three-day visit to Myanmar starting on Tuesday following the conclusion of the BRICS Summit in Xiamen China This is Modi’s first bilateral visit to India’s eastern neighbour He had visited Myanmar in 2014 to attend the Asean-India Summit Soon after his arrival in Nay Pyi Taw on Tuesday Modi will call on Myanmar’s president U Htin Kyaw at whose invitation he is going File image of PM Narendra Modi and Myanmar state counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi Reuters On Wednesday the prime minister will hold bilateral discussions with Myanmar’s State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi who is also the country’s foreign minister and minister of president’s office following which a number of agreements are expected to be signed Both Kyaw and Nobel peace laureate Suu Kyi had visited India last year after the National League for Democracy assumed power in that country Modi will also visit Bagan a heritage city where the Archaeological Survey of India is involved in restoration work of a temple and some pagodas and Yangon where he will interact with members of the Indian community "During the visit we will review developments in our bilateral relations especially the extensive programme of development cooperation and socio-economic assistance that India is undertaking in Myanmar and explore new areas in which we can work together" Modi said in a pre-departure statement "We will also look at strengthening our existing cooperation on security and counter-terrorism trade and investment skill development infrastructure and energy and culture" he said India has committed grant-in-aid assistance amounting to Rs 4000 crore to Myanmar out of a total commitment of around $17 billion The projects include the Kaladan Multimodal Transport Project connecting Sittwe port in Myanmar with the northeast Indian state of Mizoram a trilateral highway connecting northeastern India with Myanmar and Thailand and the Rhi-Tiddim road In terms of capacity building New Delhi is assisting the eastern neighbour in setting up institutions of higher learning like the Myanmar Institute of Information Technology Advanced Centre for Agricultural Research and Education Myanmar-India Entrepreneurship Development Centre Myanmar-India Centre for English Language Training and India-Myanmar Industrial Training Centres India has also provided humanitarian relief following natural calamities like Cyclone Mora this year Komen in 2015 and Nargis in 2008 and an earthquake in Shan state in 2010 In a media briefing ahead of Modi’s visit Sripriya Ranganathan Joint Secretary (Bangladesh and Myanmar) in the Ministry of External Affairs said that both sides would take stock of the ongoing infrastructure projects and also discuss the kind of projects which the new Myanmarese government has on its priority list and which they would like to partner India with in the process of execution "We will be guided by the government of Myanmar in terms of the choice of projects" Ranganthan said "The stated priorities of this government are infrastructure power and energy and we believe these could be the areas where there is a great deal that Indian agencies can bring to the table" With both countries sharing a 1600-km long boundary the issue of security cooperation is also expected to come up for discussion The issue of Rohingyas on whom Myanmar’s security forces have launched a crackdown in the country’s Rakhine state is expected to figure in the discussions India has said that it would deport all Rohingyas living here illegally but the Supreme Court has said that it will hear on 11 September a plea seeking a direction to the Central government not to deport about 40000 Rohingya Muslim refugees back to Myanmar In her media briefing Ranganathan said that there was no change in India’s long stated policy on refugees "In so far as illegal immigrants are concerned that is again a very long standing and established procedure on the basis of Indian law which we will continue to follow" she said Follow our LIVEblog on Narendra Modi in Myanmar here I am reminded of a cold and overcast autumn day in 2002 It was polling day for the Jammu and Kashmir assembly There was a sullen knot of people standing outside the women’s college on the outskirts of Anantnag? 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