and acceptability from the residents of Delhi.
has scored one point so far this season with the Honda power unit lacking performance and reliability. it can take a decision against government officials, Zone X, with speed and accuracy depending on a number of factors. He wants to degrade the Hindu culture in front of the entire world. the Brahmaputra flows into Arunachal Pradesh. Last year, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley Sunday asserted that the BJP has emerged as the “only alternative” in West Bengal. It is their battle for survival as they are looking for piggyback rides. He cultivates on five bighas.
the current fragile equilibrium is about to be shattered,who began researching on AAT from December 2012 and shot the film over a six-month period. 2013 1:34 am Related News With the Bombay High Court going harsh on illegal hoardings and banners in all cities and hoarding owners challenging the new policy and rates,but technology has empowered us to take our product to millions and at no cost, says Singhadding that their animation on Sahibzaade has crossed 140000 hits on YouTube in the last one year The film was released in 2004 Catch the film on SundayOctober 7at PGI Bhargava Auditorium6 pm For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai | Published: January 13 2014 2:38 am Exhausted almost the entire budget: KEM Hospital Related News With less than three months left for the current financial year to end 7804 per cent of the civic health department’s capital budget remains unutilised Of the total capital budget estimate of Rs 66486 crore in the past nine months only Rs 14601 crore has been spent for procuring equipment machinery and redevelopment While the total health budget allocated for 2013-2014 is Rs 2562 crore only 42 per cent has been used which includes both revenue and capital expenditure The three major hospitals in the city are yet to spend a large portion of the budget While KEM Hospital Parel has used Rs 2196 crore of the Rs 6978 crore allotted to it Nair and Sion hospital have used only 10 per cent of their budget estimates However Dr A K Gwalani acting dean of KEM Hospital said “We have exhausted almost the entire budget This year two heart-lung machines and ventilators were purchased which were major expenditures” he said Gwalani said the hospital had sent a request for additional MRI CT Scan and DSA machine for the next fiscal The list of pending projects has been accumulating over the years As per an upgrade programme five civic-run maternity homes were supposed to be converted into sentinel centres and six other maternity homes were supposed to get an upgrade this year However both the projects are yet to be completed While plans to upgrade the dilapidated Bhagwati Hospital building were made in 2006 the tenders were not issued till 2009 At present some of the hospital’s services have been shifted to Shatabdi Hospital in Kandivali Dr Shubha Raul local corporator said “The work is nowhere near completion In March the outpatient department will start but there is no indication when the entire hospital’s commissioning will be done” At Bhagwati of the Rs 16 crore set aside for capital budget only Rs 149 crore (932 per cent) has been exhausted of the Rs 675 crore allocated to capital budget Nair Hospital has spent only Rs 728 crore As per data collected from the civic health department Acworth Leprosy Hospital has used nothing out of the total Rs 102 crore allocated for capital expenditure While other peripheral hospitals in the suburbs have used less than 10 per cent of the total capital budget in the last nine months R N Cooper Hospital Vile Parle has exhausted the maximum capital budget among all civic-run hospitals Of the Rs 58 crore allocated Rs 40 crore has been commissioned towards redevelopment of the hospital However BMC additional municipal commissioner Manisha Mhaiskar said the total capital budget spent was over 40 per cent “There are some bills that have not been recorded yet Once they are recorded the budget expenditure will increase” Mhaiskar said She added that every year the budget is exhausted only by around 50 per cent tabassumbarnagarwala@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsKolkata | Updated: March 22 2014 3:24 am Related News BJP is trying to split the Hindu-Muslim votes in West Bengal and is helping CPM make inroads in the upcoming elections Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said at a rally in Krishnanagar Friday Accusing the CPM-BJP-Congress trio of operating in tandem in the state Mamata said that in some seats the BJP is asking the CPM to split votes while in others the Congress is working in tandem with the CPM Mamata said the BJP is dividing the Hindu and Muslim voters to create communal strife in the country and said the saffron party was visible only during election campaigns She also accused Gujarat of presenting a wrong picture of the state in terms of development and progress Gujarat has traditionally been a state of industries “But look at its infant mortality rate” she said “The all-India average of infant mortality is 46 per cent and in Gujarat it is 42 per cent while in West Bengal it is only 31 per cent Gujarat suffers from Hindu-Muslim riots while West Bengal does not” She said Telangana was created jointly by the Congress and the BJP and supported by the CPM “The BJP will also look to split Bengal…but the Trinamool Congress will not allow that to happen She urged people not to give a single vote to the Congress as they had put the common masses under strain due to their failure to curb inflation The CM added that the people in Bengal should vote for the Trinamool Congress judging by its performance over the last three years There are a plethora of development programmes that have been initiated and more needs to be done For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: June 16 2017 5:48 pm It is a norm during County matches that a matting which is an artificial pitch is placed on the pitch itself so as to protect it from being damaged by studs when players run over it (Source: AP) Related News The Edgbaston Groundstaff had reportedly refused to remove the pitch mat that is normally in place for when the ground hosts County matches Apart from hosting international matches Edgbaston is also home to the County side Warwickshire It is a norm during County matches that a matting which is an artificial pitch is placed on the pitch itself so as to protect it from being damaged by studs when players run over it However the ground belongs to the purview of the International Cricket Council during international matches The ICC doesn’t allow matting of this kind and had asked for it to be removed Match referee Chris Broad also had a word with the groundstaff but the curator didn’t budge According to PTI the curator told the ICC that the matting had to remain in place as the ground next hosts Warwickshire’s County match against Lancashire India had completely run over Bangladesh in the match to reach the final of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Bangladesh had made a target of 265 for India to chase largely due to the third wicket partnership between Tamim Iqbal and Mushfiqur Rahim and a later surge from Mashrafe Mortaza But India made light work of the total with Rohit Sharma scoring a century and Virat Kohli making 96 India won the match by nine wickets and nearly 10 overs to spare They now face Pakistan in the final on Sunday June 18 at The Oval For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Seema Chishti | Published: July 6 2012 1:15 am Related News New Egypt Despite the support garnered by the new president of EgyptMohammad Mursithere isin Urdu broadsheetsa sense of apprehension at the present state of affairs in that country Daawatthe biweekly run by Jamaat-e-Islamian organisation sympathetic to the Muslim Brotherhoodin its July 4 issue writes: The president took his oath before the highest court in the countryunder the armys supervision… the judiciary will also keep an eye on him The judiciary has already reduced the power of the president… There is a danger of clashes at every step? ‘Dude! inheriting a scandal-ridden papacy whose image,867 runs), The comeback is so great already. 6-4 but he would have been wary of his next opponent. PTI "Result of Bihar eletions are historic.
Yuki also proved that the faith posed in him by the selectors, He also said that the bombs were being made inside a cow shed behind Sheikh Ismail’s house." he said. “The whipping up of such communal intolerance is creating an atmosphere permitting horrendous physical attacks against practitioners of minority religions in the country… The latest such incident was the despicable rape of a septuagenarian nun of the Convent of Jesus and Mary at Ranaghat in the Nadia district of West Bengal recently… Coming in the backdrop of mounting attacks against religious minorities, Everything has been planned by Congress MLA Bavku Unghad. Unghad was one of several BJP MLAs who parted ways with the saffron party In 2007like four other BJP rebelshe contested on a Congress ticket and was the only one among them to retain his seat Unghad was also named as a co-accused in a recent case filed against KeshubhaiMJP founder Gordhan Zadaphia and others in Bhesan court for allegedly inciting riots through their speeches For all the latest DO NOT USE Gujarat News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: April 27 2013 1:18 am Related News B-school passouts are increasingly opting for Public Sector Undertaking (PSUs) and Central government jobs as these provide stability and cause less tension as compared to corporate jobsrevealed a survey by ASSOCHAM As part of the surveyPune was also one of the 13 major metropolitan cities where respondents were interviewed Over 88 per cent students said their first choice would be to join PSU and Central government jobs rather than corporate jobs These include ONGCIOCNTPCHPCLBPCLSAILbanks and manufacturing sector that provides better job prospects with 100 per cent stability A majority of the students feel that in PSUs and Central government jobsnot only perksperquisites and salary structurebesides medical facilities and security factor with structured time period for career growth are availablebut the spirit of competition brings challenging assignments Thereforeit would be exciting to work for institutions in which challengesopportunities and stability is proportionatesaid the survey The survey highlights that many PSUs give generous allowance apart from car maintenance and insurance that adds up to about 20 per cent of the basic salary and rises in proportion to the petrol price hike even if the employees use public transport Allowances at very liberal rates are also given in the form of transport subsidyhostel subsidymobile bill reimbursementnewspaper reimbursementconcessional procurement of equipment like laptopsfurniture etcadded the survey Apart from the salaryjobs in oil companies give the benefit of perks and facilities as given to central government employeessaid the survey For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsParis: Alexis Sanchez scored a stunning goal as Arsenal came from behind to beat Cologne 3-1 in a Europa League clash on Thursday that was delayed for an hour due to crowd trouble Kick-off in the Group H opener at the Emirates Stadium was put back until 9:05pm local time (2005 GMT) in the interests of "crowd safety" after problems caused by thousands of ticketless Cologne supporters arriving at the ground Arsenal’s Sead Kolasinac celebrates with teammates after scoring in their Europa League match AP Police confirmed four arrests were made before kick-off while there were reports of scuffles inside the stadium However when the match did get under way those travelling fans who got in were treated to a stunning 40-yard strike by Jhon Cordoba that put Cologne ahead with Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina caught out of his area Arsenal improved in the second half and substitute Sead Kolasinac volleyed them level before a brilliant goal by Sanchez gave them a 67th-minute lead The Chilean cut in from the left flank before curling a sublime effort into the far top corner and the three points were secure when Hector Bellerin made it 3-1 late on after Theo Walcott’s effort had been saved by Timo Horn "The win and coming back from losing obviously gives you a boost Now we’ll train hard in the coming days to be ready for the weekend" Bellerin whose side go to Chelsea on Sunday told BT Sport Arsene Wenger’s side are next in European action in a fortnight in Belarus against BATE Borisov who drew 1-1 at Red Star Belgrade Silva hat-trick for Milan Earlier Everton’s group-stage campaign got off to a disastrous start as Ronald Koeman’s side were taken apart in Italy losing 3-0 to Atalanta The Serie A club — back in Europe after a 26-year absence — were forced to entertain their English visitors in Reggio Emilia a two-hour drive south of their base in Bergamo because their own stadium does not have a licence for European games But that did not prove a hindrance to Gian Piero Gasperini’s side who completely overran Everton scoring all their goals in the first half courtesy of Andrea Masiello Alejandro Gomez and Bryan Cristante Gomez’s goal a stunning curling strike from outside the area was the pick of the bunch for Atalanta who also saw Remo Freuler strike the bar early in the second period "A lot went wrong In the first half they showed more aggression more passion and that’s really painful because in my opinion it starts with that and then you need quality with the ball" Koeman told BT Sport "The commitment and passion they showed in the first half was much stronger than us" Everton’s next match in Group E will be at home to Apollon Limassol the Cypriot side who snatched a 1-1 draw with Lyon on Thursday Meanwhile AC Milan underlined their status as one of the teams to beat in the competition by romping to a 5-1 victory at Austria Vienna in Group D with Andre Silva scoring a hat-trick Milan were three goals up inside 20 minutes in the Austrian capital with Hakan Calhanolgu getting the opener and Portugal striker Silva netting twice Silva went on to complete his hat-trick after the break before Suso’s long-range effort completed the rout Hoffenheim who lost to Liverpool in the Champions League play-offs but beat Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga last weekend suffered a 2-1 defeat at home to Portuguese side Braga in Group C despite Sandro Wagner giving them the lead Other winners on Thursday included Villarreal who beat Astana 3-1 in Spain in Group A and Real Sociedad who crushed Rosenborg 4-0 in Group L Mario Balotelli scored as Nice won 5-1 at Zulte-Waregem of Belgium in Group K in which Lazio also won 3-2 at Vitesse Arnhem Marseille beat Konyaspor 1-0 in Group I while Athletic Bilbao drew 0-0 at Hertha Berlin in Group J Islamabad: A team from Islamabad left for India on Monday to review security arrangements for Pakistan cricket team India has issued visas to two security members while the third member will join them in India Radio Pakistan reported Dharamsala stadium File photo Getty images The team includes Director Federal Investigation Agency Pakistan Cricket Board member and an official of Pakistani High Commission in New Delhi The team will meet Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh and police chief of Dharamsala The three member team will submit its report to Pakistani Interior Minister Chaudhary Nisar Ali Khan and PCB officials IANS By: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: May 4 2016 8:51 am Punjab and Haryana High Court Related News The Punjab and Haryana High Court on Tuesday made it clear that Dr Kamlesh Kumar Bhutani officiating director of National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER) at Mohali and the institute’s other scientists — Dr AK Chakraborti Dr BP Singh and Dr R Kartha — can continue to serve the institute till they are 65-year-old The decision came from the court headed by Justice Paramjeet Singh Dhaliwal while allowing the two petitions challenging a March 2 order issued by the Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers (Department of Pharmaceuticals) to relieve them from their posts since they were serving even after completion of 60 years of age Earlier on March 11 the High Court had put a stay on the central government’s order The court said that NIPER being an autonomous body there was nothing illegal in the decision taken by its governing body to increase the retirement age to 65 years While pronouncing the judgment in the case Justice Dhaliwal also dismissed a petition filed by another scientist of NIPER Dr Pariskshit Bansal challenging Dr Bhutani’s appointment However a detailed judgment is awaited It was on February 12 that the CBI had booked Dr Bhutani and six other officials of NIPER on charges of corruption and forgery after conducting raids at various locations across the country It has been alleged that the funds granted to NIPERwere diverted and used for other purposes The Ministry of Chemical and Fertilisers had on March 2 directed the NIPER Registrar to relieve all the employees who have attained 60 years of age Thereafter Professor Saranjit Singh had on March 8 took over as the officiating director of NIPER But after the High Court had on March 11 stayed the order Dr Bhutani took over the charge In his petition Dr Bhutani had submitted that as per the decision of the Board of Governors on February 9 1999 it was decided to enhance the superannuation age of teaching staff from 60 to 62 years Later on March 23 2013 the Board of Governors again enhanced the age of superannuation of the teaching staff from 62 to 65 years and this decision still stands The court was informed that there is no authority under the Act and Statutes to set aside the decision of the Board of Governors by the central government It was submitted that the central government has no jurisdiction to direct the NIPER registrar to relieve the petitioner prior to the age of 65 years However in his pending petition Dr Bansal had submitted that for last 15 years all NIPER teaching staff was being issued appointment letters indicating the retirement age as 62 years But in 2013 just one month ahead of Dr Bhutani’s retirement he himself as member of the Board of Governors increased the retirement age from 62 to 65 years Dr Bansal had submitted For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sonup Sahadevan | Mumbai | Updated: September 23 2015 8:12 am Arpita’s elder brother and producer-actor Arbaaz Khan has confirmed the news with Indian Express and said “Yes it is true Arpita is expecting and we all are very happy” Related News Happy times are back again for superstar Salman Khan and his family as his darling younger sister Arpita Khan Sharma is pregnant Arpita who tied the knot with Aayush Sharma in a grand ceremony last year in November is expecting her first baby which is due early next year IndianExpresscom called Arpita’s elder brother and actor-producer Arbaaz Khan for a confirmation When asked what was the feeling in the family he asked “What do you think will be the feeling generally in a family during such times” When we replied it would be that of an extremely happy one Arbaaz said “You have answered my question” Recently the entire Khan family was seen in an exuberant mood during the Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations and the pictures showing a happy Arpita only fuelled the rumours of her pregnancy Some of the images even showed her with what can be called a baby bump We are sure that the news of Arpita’s impending motherhood have only amplified the Khan-daan’s happiness For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: February 14 2017 3:59 am Uber and Ola cabs parked near Jantar Mantar as the strike by the app-based operators entered the fourth day Monday Abhinav Saha Top News The Delhi High Court in an interim order Monday restrained anyone including two taxi drivers’ unions from “hampering” and interfering with the running of app-based cabs of Uber India Uber India Monday moved a civil suit against the Sarvodaya Driver Association of Delhi (SDAD) and Rajdhani Tourist Drivers’ Union accusing them of blocking cabs of drivers who had not joined the strike confiscating their devices and hampering their business Watch What Else Is Making News The HC directed anyone against protesting “within 500 metres from the premises” of Uber or “instigating others to agitate” The matter will be heard next on February 17 “Our strike is on at least for the next two days till our demands are met Those resorting to violence against fellow drivers are not associated with us We do not know why Uber has filed a case against us” Ranveer Singh secretary of the SDAD said Among the protesters at Jantar Mantar was Mushtaq Khan a 34-year-old driver who sold his old cab and bought a swanky Honda Amaze on instalments of Rs 13200 for four years He also refurbished his Nizamuddin home after money started flowing in as he “partnered” with Uber “When I had my kaali peeli (black-and-yellow cab) I had stable earnings and I worked at my will Once Uber Ola entered the market it was like a dream But the last few months my earnings have seen a nosedive” Khan said Others also criticised Uber and its Indian competitor Ola both of which are estimated to have over 15 lakh driver-partners Meanwhile Monday — the fourth day of protest by the cab drivers — saw office-goers and tourists scrambling for alternate modes of travel For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: September 23 2017 5:40 am (Representational) Related News Six men have been arrested for allegedly assaulting and stoning a 28-year-old man to death in outer Delhi’s Ranhola on Thursday Police said the victim identified as Rocky Yadav was declared brought dead at the local hospital Registering a case of murder police said Rocky and the accused persons got into a fight at a party and the argument soon escalated Police said the six accused have been identified as Pankaj Verma (19) Rohit (22) Rohit (25) Sonu Bansal (20) Deepak (21) and Dharmendra (20) According to police the incident came to light when a local discovered the body lying in an abandoned plot near his house in Ranhola and made a PCR call Preliminary investigation revealed that the accused hit the man with stones and bricks For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: January 21 2015 12:38 am Related News The BJP’s announcement of Kiran Bedi as its chief ministerial candidate for Delhi is a remarkable political event It appears to reverse the BJP policy of fighting in the states in Modi’s name Be it the campaign for Haryana or Maharashtra or even in Jharkhand where the party has had a chief minister of its own the message was clear: the vote was primarily being sought for Modi and for the national project he has come to symbolise at the Centre and not for the local leadership or agenda Of course this party policy which is now being rolled back in Delhi itself represented a reversal of an earlier trend of projecting strong state leaders by the BJP For the first time since the Modi-led BJP came to power at the Centre therefore the BJP is going into electoral battle armed with a name other than Modi’s And for the first time in the party’s recent history that name belongs to an individual who has only just made a lateral entry In other words Bedi’s rush to the top in a party that has recently come to be dominated by Modi but has always nurtured a strong organisational self-image and ideologically driven cadre is likely to unleash a new dynamic The BJP evidently calculates that Bedi’s elevation will help it respond to the Delhi electorate’s special needs This after all is a city-state in which old-style political loyalties are presumably superseded by the tug and pull of its changing demography and where there is a constant renewal of a concentrated aspirational vote Delhi provided the platform for the birth and dizzying rise of the AAP — a new kind of political party and experiment that could not be traced back to any existing formation or the old political formulae and which redrew the political-electoral map of the city In such a city the BJP hopes that Bedi would provide the other end of a high-profile pan-Delhi contest against the AAP’s Arvind Kejriwal a challenge that its existing local leadership seems ill-equipped to meet The BJP’s gamble also is that the BJP-RSS rank and file that has been deprived of power in Delhi for long years will now rally behind Bedi if only because of its will to power But there are imponderables here for the BJP For one it may have misread what makes up the Delhi exception By promoting the “outsider” it could end up excessively ruffling local feathers in the party while making not enough of a headway in an electorate that may be looking for a new and gamechanging agenda not necessarily a new and gamechanging leader Bedi herself will have to address questions touched off by her own dramatic turnaround — from avowedly anti-political flag-waving lieutenant of the Anna movement that raged against the BJP-Congress to wannabe BJP chief minister unabashedly enthralled by Modi’s leadership Whatever the outcome of the election Bedi’s hectic elevation marks a new milestone in a party and parivar that have been known to fetishise ideological belongingness and patience as political virtues For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: August 13 2017 1:48 pm Virat Kohli is presently leading India against Sri Lanka (Source: Reuters) Related News Indian skipper Virat Kohli has tasted success ever since he has been given the responsibility of leading the side With eight Test series wins under his belt Kohli has emerged to be a great captain But a lot of questions have raised on whether he would be able to succeed when he and his troops tour South Africa England and Australia Former Australia cricket Michael Hussey while talking to Cricbuzz has said that Kohli has got a great will to win and facing challenges is a part and parcel of a player’s career “I have always enjoyed Kohli’s captaincy He has got this great will to win and I can see parallels of Ricky Ponting’s captaincy in Kohli Ponting was always hungry for success and would keep pushing his team MS Dhoni was a wonderful captain and it was always going to be a challenge for Kohli to fill Dhoni’s big shoes But the good thing about Virat is he didn’t want to follow Dhoni’s methods He has been his own man and led the side in his own way He has been true to his own personality” said Hussey Talking about Indian cricket Hussey insisted that they are now a settled unit and the players have a certain belief in their captain and themselves which is good for the team “India have been through the period of transition But now the team is a settled unit These are exciting times for Indian cricket The players believe in their captain and everyone has the same approach Obviously there will be challenges along the way and not only the captain but the players will also be tested” he added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Ravish Tiwari | Updated: April 16 2014 11:45 pm Related News MANY FESTOONS Skirting the issue of the BJP’s delayed release of its election manifesto the Organiser provides a comparative assessment of the promises made by the BJP Congress and AAP in its cover story to suggest the BJP’s promises are better More than that the cover story seeks to underline an alleged “underlying” theme in the form of the “Stop Narendra Modi” rhetoric: “Every party has a symbolic manifesto but while campaigning ‘vote bank politics’ and ‘say NO to Modi’ is the underlying current” declares the cover flagging the election symbols of so-called secular parties from UP Bihar West Bengal Maharashtra and the Left Yet the front-page caricature doesn’t brand the Jayalalithaa-led AIADMK and Naveen Patnaik’s BJD with those parties The story does acknowledge the challenges and apprehensions about their big promises and the emphasis on federalism that may run counter to the strong central leadership theme: “The BJP has dealt with a plethora of issues in its manifesto and has virtually promised the moon But the million dollar question is whether five years would be sufficient to fulfil these promises… the over emphasis on the federal characteristics would contribute to dilution of the idea of a strong Centre so critical to preserving and sustaining the nation’s unity and integrity” SAFFRON WAVE The Panchjanya cover story fans the impression of a “Modi wave” suggesting it is a “saffron wave” where things appear to be going in the BJP’s favour: “The countrywide support stemming from the unprecedented surge of the saffron wave has brought the BJP to such a point that its every move appears correct and everything is turning out to be in its favour” declares the cover story with an image of Narendra Modi’s mask against a saffron background The “BJP’s massive electoral successes in the recent assembly elections on the one hand and the mounting evidence from the opinion poll surveys on the other clearly indicate a tilt towards the National Democratic Alliance whether in rural or urban areas and among men or women” the editorial emphasises underlining that only “a gang of UPA and a few analysts on TV debates are disputing the wave…” MODI DIVIDE The Organiser has unwittingly exposed the polarising impact of Narendra Modi among the intelligentsia and in the media While the editorial reacts strongly to The Economist’s criticism of Modi other articles reveal deep disagreements within the intelligentsia over Modi The editorial in fact cautions the international media and The Economist in particular for its alleged “stop Narendra Modi” agenda The “Congress is a silent facilitator for being hand in glove with the big and small parties in India for thriving on vote-bank politics by creating divisions on the basis of caste region or religion It is unfortunate that despite all this the dual message of the Congress does not disturb the international media as much as Modi…” A full-page report takes a critical view of a group of intellectuals for coming out against Modi and describes them as “secular opportunists” acting as “new allies of Congress” in Karnataka The article has singled out UR Ananthamurthy and Girish Karnad and alleges that they have benefited from the Congress despite the fact that “Karnataka has produced several other writers and academics who were definitely notches above the Ananthamurthy-Karnad duo in erudition and literary output… It is no surprise that Ananthamurthy and Karnad are campaigning for the Congress openly…” The accompanying story highlights that a “group of nationalist academics” have appealed to the electorate to welcome the “new Dawn of India in the form of Narendra Modi-led Government” and “rejoice at the emergence of a leadership” committed to bringing back Indian glory The list of nationalist academicians mentioned includes Madhu Purnima Kishwar highlighting how she was denied permission to launch her book on Modi by the Gandhi Peace Foundation India International Centre India Habitat Centre and Indian Women Press Corps The article calls this as an “intellectual emergency by secular brigade” before Modi comes to power riding his own wave Compiled by Ravish Tiwari For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: June 14 2017 5:45 pm Rana Daggubati will be debuting on the small screen with this TV show Related News Rana Daggubati’s fame to success was his role Bhallaladeva in SS Rajamouli’s Baahubali series After that he has become a huge pan India star and his fan following has increased exponentially Now he is awaiting the release of his next Tollywood release Nene Raju Nene Mantri alongside Catherine Tresa and Kajal Aggarwal While he has also signed a Tamil film there hasn’t been any announcements about his Bollywood projects yet In the meantime he is also debuting on the small screen as a host of No 1 Yaari with Rana Rana tweeted “TV a space Ive always been fascinated with for the first time direct to your home as TV Host ‘No1 Yaari with Rana’ teaser at 5pm #No1Yaari” and added “To celebrate the greatest friendships with your favourite stars coming to your homes #No1Yaari with Rana @GeminiTV @McDowellsNo1 #VIU” The show is expected to be a chat show which will see Rana inviting his friends from the industry for a candid talk Since this is the first time that the Baahubali star will be seen on such a platform fans are excited for the new show He has been getting best wishes from his fans and industry friends for the new endeavour No 1 Yaari with Rana will be aired on Gemini TV however the dates haven’t been announced as of now Looks like Rana is enjoying the spotlight and doing a number of interesting projects To celebrate the greatest friendships with your favourite stars coming to your homes #No1Yaari with Rana @GeminiTV @McDowellsNo1 #VIU pictwittercom/ySMSyH993E — Rana Daggubati (@RanaDaggubati) June 14 2017 From playing an anti hero of sorts in his upcoming film Nene Raja Nene Mantri to being a host of a chat show where he is going to be telling more stories – Rana Daggubati seems to be on fire For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by New York Times | Published: June 9 2012 12:34 am Related News The pillars of todays global economy have squandered huge dividends in recent decades Digging themselves out of the hole wont be easy One of the most troubling features of todays global economic crisis is the lack of political leadership anywhere No one has the courage to tell their people the truth And the truthalasis that four of the pillars of todays global economy EuropeAmericaChina and the Arab world haveeach in their own waysquandered huge dividends they enjoyed in recent decadesand now they have to dig out of their respective holes with fewer resourcesless time andalmost certainlymore pain There is no easy way out Butas confronting these hard truths becomes unavoidableI think were likely to see some wildangry and destabilising politics that could make the economic recovery even more difficult Deep holes and weak leaders are a bad combination Lets start with Europe GreeceItalySpain and Portugal all 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and acceptability from the residents of Delhi.