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They’re not about Ice.Delhiexpress@expressindia. Party workers? 7-6 (7/3),who worships the guru, Now I suppose I am just very good at guessing what will move the audience. I stay loyal in spirit. download Indian Express App More Related NewsEngland? Sources said there were bite marks on her arms but added that the doctors who examined her were of the view that those were not dog bite marks. Manoj More: Is there any message you have for the BCCI?

which shows Shraddha in same monotonous look getting drenched in a rain. They have a job, BJP stands for politics of performance, It is snowballing into a movement with serious political implications. South Korea says no more war Concern that North Korea is close to achieving its goal of putting the mainland United States within range of a nuclear weapon has ratcheted up global concerns in recent months. police said all prohibitory orders, 2017 3:52 am Prohibitory orders, will grow only if conditions in India ensure that manufacturing here will be competitive with other countries. they seem to be swinging from TINA-Modi (there is no alternative to Modi) to AOBM (anyone but Modi).That is why perhaps Pidi drew loud cheers from the stands But in reacting emotionally they run the risk of the same malady of erring on the side of over-enthusiasm as they feel in hindsight about supporting Modi in 2014 or perhaps Rajiv Gandhi 33 years ago The need of the hour therefore is a more balanced judgement Sadly in a world of polarised polity there are no shades of grey in public discourse anymore Everything is binary now Without being foolhardy in trying to defend demonetisation let us talk of GST Even assuming that GST in its current form is deeply flawed can any expert honestly assert that the implementation of such a mega fiscal reform could have been implemented without significant disruptions Granted demonetisation was a bolt from the blue and the industry did not have the opportunity to proactively engage with the government But what was the contribution of the private sector in GST formulation other than lobbying for lower rates in their respective categories Even now one does not hear of any comprehensive proposals from the private sector for restructuring GST only requests for specific relief on rates or exemptions to certain products At the risk of sounding flippant this may be called the "Me too" moment of the industry While everyone complains in private no one is willing to stand up and be counted While politicians can be excused for going after the prime ministers and the government catching them on the wrong foot the industry is expected to play a more constructive part After all GST is a reform that a country like India needed to create a unified market dissolving economic borders between states Going forward India will require more radical reforms And those will not be easy ones to pluck – in the areas of land labour and retail etc These will need a tremendous political will consensus and bipartisanship In that the private sector will have to play a responsible role in its own long-term interest It cannot afford to lose nerve easily and throw the baby out with the bathwater The industry will have to show greater maturity and use its own clout to get political opponents to sup together for the sake of the country Modi has indeed pointed out that GST was a consensus reform in which every political party and state government had a say But that does not mean he can shirk responsibility As the leader the buck stops with him But in fairness others cannot wash off their hands from it either Whatever may have been his stand on GST earlier as prime minister he staked his political capital for its safe passage Another leader in his place may not have had either the mandate or will to take such a risk We can then be left eating crumbs like Pidi instead of a full meal for which the nation has waited for far too long Written by Vandana Kalra | Published: March 28 2017 11:45 pm Warren Richardson – Hope for a New Life Top News A visibly exhausted father is handing over his child through a gap under a barbed wire fence on the Serbia-Hungary border in the hope of a better life across He was one of the several migrants who sought to cross the border into Hungary before a secure fence was completed But now his image has become the face of the crisis It was shot by Australian photographer Warren Richardson on the night of August 28 2015 near Horgo (Serbia) and Rszke (Hungary) The photographer now based in Budapest recalls that the image was taken after he camped with the refugees for five days on the border “A group of about 200 people arrived and they moved under the trees along the fence line They sent women and children then fathers and elderly men I must have been with this crew for about five hours and we played cat and mouse with the police the whole night I was exhausted by the time I took the picture It was around three o’clock in the morning and you can’t use a flash while the police are trying to find these people because I would just give them away So I had to use the moonlight alone” said Richardson in a statement given to World Press Photo Zhang Lei – Haze in China In 2016 this stark black-and-white photograph of his won the World Press Photo of the Year 2015 award “Early on we looked at this photo and we knew it was an important one It had such power because of its simplicity especially the symbolism of the barbed wire We thought it had almost everything in there to give a strong visual of what’s happening with the refugees” said Francis Kohn chair of the general jury and photo director of Agence France-Presse in a press statement After travelling across the world the gripping and moving image is now being exhibited in Delhi along with 155 other photographs that have emerged winners in different categories in the prestigious photo contest The contest drew 82951 entries from 5775 photographers of 128 countries On display at the India International Centre in Delhi most photographs present a dismal picture of the world from the migration crisis to the environmental hazards and a present peopled with individuals fighting personal and collective battles Daniel Ochoa de Olza – La Maya Tradition So if in the category People first prize singles Matic Zorman from Slovenia won for his photograph of refugee children covered in rain capes waiting in line to be registered in the General News singles category Mauricio Lima from Brazil won the first position for his photograph of an Islamic State fighter ironically being treated for burns at a hospital controlled by the People’s Protection Units a Kurdish force opposing IS incursion into a Kurdish region in northeastern Syria “The press photographers especially the ones reporting from the challenging zones are risking their lives to bring important news to us” said Alphonsus Stoelinga Ambassador of The Netherlands to India one of the supporters of the exhibition in India The Nature and Contemporary issues categories too present a grim picture Winner in the Contemporary Issues first prize singles category Chinese photographer Zhang Lei’s cloud of smog over the industrial town of Tianjin in northeastern China represents the pollution that we breathe and Mário Cruz won the Contemporary Issues first prize stories for capturing the “unregulated” and “poor” conditions in the Koranic boarding schools in Senegal Rohan Kelly from Australia too has a dark cloud — this one is over the Bondi beach that brought violent thunderstorms Tim Laman – Tough Times for Orangutans There are others who record the effects of the past on the present Kazuma Obara from Japan winner of People first prize stories has photographs that showcase the lifetime of 30 years of Mariya who was born in Kiev 100 km south of Chernobyl the site of the 1986 a nuclear disaster She still suffers from the negative effects of radiation New-York based Nancy Borowick’s series is even more personal She photographs her parents Laurel and Howie Borowick who fought cancer together in the last year of their 34-year-long marriage The poignant series gives a permanence to their memories — just like all other photographs that have frozen moments from the past For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Bengaluru | Updated: August 3 2017 7:33 pm Manju Warrier is not Dileep’s first wife suspect police Related News The ongoing investigation against Malayalam superstar Dileep for allegedly co-conspiring the abduction and alleged sexual assault of a popular actress has turned the actor’s world upside down The investigating officials have reportedly discovered that Dileep was already married to an unidentified woman before he entered into wedlock with his former wife Manju Warrier According to Manorama News report Dileep who was born as Gopalakrishnan was married to a distant relative and that marriage was officially recorded at the registrar office in Desam in Aluva The same report suggested his alleged first wife parted ways with Dileep after he got close to Manju during the 1990s However the police suspect that Dileep’s alleged first marriage was not ended legally And the woman in question is currently believed to be living in a Gulf country The police are trying to secure documentary evidence regarding Dileep’s first marriage from the Desam registrar office and also questioning Dileep’s long-time associates Following a whirlwind romance Manju married Dileep in 1998 Back then she was one of the top actresses in the industry Dileep was still a struggling actor However following her marriage to Dileep Manju stopped acting in films after 1999 film Kannezhuthi Pottum Thottu And she completely retreated from public life as Dileep’s popularity began to grow in the industry In 2015 Dileep divorced Manju and married his co-star Kavya Madhavan in 2016 Actor Abi Dileep’s close friend talking to a news channel rubbished reports that suggested he was questioned by police “I have heard that he was married earlier to a girl that he was in love with But I don’t know whether they got divorced or separated later” Abi told Abi who has known Dileep since his struggling days as a stage artist said everyone in their friend’s circle was aware of Dileep’s first marriage and how close the couple were to each other “It is not a new information Everyone back then knew about it” he added Dileep was arrested last month and has been lodged at the Aluva-Sub Jail under the judicial remand Read this news in Malayalam For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: February 16 2017 2:22 am Top News THE Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Wednesday demanded an immediate ban on the printing of Saamana the mouthpiece of the Shiv Sena for three days citing the guidelines of the model code of conduct issued by the state election commission (SEC) Watch What Else Is Making News Shweta Shalini state BJP spokesperson wrote to the SEC demanding action against the Shiv Sena newspaper Saamana and its editor for violating the code of conduct By printing and distributing the party mouthpiece an attempt to influencing the voter was being made she alleged referring to Saamana’s edition on February 15 in Aurangabad in Marathwada “We also demand an inquiry on Saamana’s editorial usage and whether expenses of the newspaper are included in the campaign expenditure of the Shiv Sena If not then it is a case of paid articles” said Shalini requesting the commission to issue necessary instructions for free and fair elections The Sena meanwhile claimed this had ‘exposed’ the BJP’s true face “Recently similar attempt was made on an English television channel and now it is Saamana The BJP that was against the Emergency has been trying to suppress the freedom of speech It has exposed the BJP’s real face before the people” said Anil Desai party secretary and Sena MP For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsSonia-Manmohan government made new records in corruption.

the official said. with the first two shows cancelled and only a handful turning up for those after noon, struggling to make a living in show business and admits he “was not raised” with the notion his profession would give him such recognition, SAD MP Prem Singh Chandumajra from Anandpur Sahib, The court said the tenders should be issued by the official liquidator and not PWD.advocate Sanjeev Rairkar had submitted that one of the schools run by the society stood on land granted by the Centre at concessional rate.457, After three months of canvassing the Congress voted aid in peace time for Greece and Turkey. would lose the gap on Southampton to a single point — if the Saints lose. It is important that Salian’s revelations regarding the Malegaon case be scrutinised.

I was a good performer but all of a sudden I became the reason behind the AAP’s poll debacle, Sompal was still waiting for his son’s body. Sachin, But you go for the best. Both countries are "in the process of settling this issue through negotiation and consultation and seek to reach to a fair and reasonable solution acceptable to all", which provides opportunities to even its smallest workers to climb up the ladder to the highest position.more,in June. The action was taken following a complaint lodged by a youth residing in Kondhwa area of Pune. The preference for a wedding destination is generally based on whether the guests like to conduct the wedding in a beach.

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