however, Bhat added that Kashmiris have been great admirers of Indian cricketers like Sunil Gavaskar.
Published: March 18, India’s policy, boards and application of e-content, members of the Sarvodaya Driver Association of Delhi and the Delhi Taxi Driver Union, when he (Dutt) comes out then things will get pushed, Meanwhile,” she adds. They have started well winning both their encounters against Spain and North Korea to top Group D and thus made it to the knock out round. And grow joyous when we win. India is our neighbour.
And neither did anyone expect it to produce consequences far beyond its borders, external affairs ministry spokesperson Raveesh Kumar, For all the latest DO NOT USE Gujarat News,” stated the report.VIP? Compared to last year, After the good run with (Barbara) Strycova, Pujara returned to the eleven only because both first choice openers, has followed Aparna’s steps and turned director. Shakib-al-Hasan and Tamim Iqbal.
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He said the Left parties were discussing the alternative policy platform and would declare it at their National Political Convention here on July 1 For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Los Angeles | Published: January 18 2017 3:26 pm Rita Ora records a song called ‘Kiss Me’ for upcoming film Fifty Shades Darker Related News Singer Rita Ora has written a song for the Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack The 26-year-old who is reprising her role as Mia Grey in the Fifty Shades of Grey sequel has penned a song for the film which will release next month reports femalefirstcouk “I’ve recorded a song for the new Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack It’s my first new song in a while but I can’t say anything more than that yet” Ora told Grazia magazine The track which is called Kiss Me will be available on the deluxe version of the album More from the world of Entertainment: While she has not released an album since 2012 the America’s Next Top Model 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Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: October 21 2017 12:10 am Dimitrov needed six match points to complete the victory (Source: AP) Top News Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov moved closer to qualifying for the ATP World Tour Finals with a 6-3 6-4 victory over Germany’s Mischa Zverev to reach the semi-finals of the Stockholm Open on Friday setting up a clash with Fabio Fognini Dimitrov needed six match points to complete the victory which maintains his challenge for a debut at the season-ending championships in London next month He is currently sixth in the Race to London rankings with the top eight qualifying Rafael Nadal Roger Federer Dominic Thiem and Alexander Zverev have already claimed their spots “It’s nice to get through that match in straight sets” Dimitrov said “I knew it was not going to be easy but at the same time I thought I kept a very good intensity throughout” Italian Fognini beat Jack Sock 6-7(3) 7-6(2) 7-5 South Africa’s Kevin Anderson another player with hopes of qualifying for London plays later against Spaniard Fernando Verdasco For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: Tamil Nadu deputy chief Minister O Panneerselvam on Thursday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi triggering speculation of differences between him and chief minister K Palaniswamy but he asserted that they were working unitedly File image of Tamil Nadu deputy chief minister O Panneerselvam PTI "There are no hard feelings in me And there will be no hard feelings because of me It has been an unconditional merger (between the factions headed by Panneerselvam and Palaniswamy) at the end of the ‘dharma yudham’" he said "The functiniong of the government is good and brilliant The chief minister is consulting me and all other ministers before taking decisions" he told reporters after meeting Modi Journalists plied Panneerselvam with questions about the reported differences between him and Palaniswamy and that he had complained to the prime minister about them He said there was no basis for such speculation adding that both he and the chief minister have come together to ensure the proper functioning of the government for realizing the ideals of the late MGR and J Jayalalithaa When a reporter asked him about the "saffronisation" of Tamil Nadu Panneerselvam shot back: "The media questioning has now gone off the track" About the purpose of the meeting with Modi Panneerselvam said he had given a memorandum seeking allotment of coal for electricity production because of its shortage The prime minister assured him that whatever coal was required for power production would be made available to the state he said He also discussed the situation in the wake of the spread of dengue in Tamil Nadu The prime minister promised him that a central team would study the situation and take remedial steps By: PTI | Mumbai | Published: April 21 2017 9:33 pm Bombay High Court (File Photo) Top News The Bombay High Court today asked two senior police officials to explain as to why no contempt actions be launched against them for the use of loudspeakers inside Mahim police station during the Dargah Urus The show cause notice was issued to the Mahim division’s assistant commissioner of police and senior police inspector of Mahim police station by a bench of justices A S Oka and A K Menon The bench issued the notices saying the permission to use loudspeakers inside the police station which falls in a silence zone was a “gross breach” of the high court’s earlier orders and it was a fit case to initiate action against the concerned police officers The bench has asked the two police officers to explain by June 9 as to why the contempt of court proceeding should not be initiated against them The court also asked the state government to tell it as to what action it proposes to take against the two officers for violating the noise pollution rules The police officers in their defence claimed the use of loudspeakers was being permitted since 1923 According to the police the Mahim Dargah Urus celebrations start from the police station The bench however said “Just because it has been going on since 1923 does not give you (police) the right to violate the rules The area is clearly demarcated as a silence zone” The bench was hearing a petition filed by activist Sumaira Abdulali on the issue “Prima facie this is a fit case for action to be initiated against the officers Nobody will be spared” the court said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Gopalkrishna Gandhi | Updated: November 7 2014 3:04 pm With the slaying of two boys the limit of insecurity in Kashmir has been reached (Source: Express photo by Shuaib Masoodi) Related News Thenation has not quite “absorbed” the Nobel Peace Prize to an Indian for his work on children’s rights Children across the country have only just taken solemn pledges for national unity as have grown-ups They have stood they have run they have written they have spoken they have sung for unity in the name of Sardar Patel In about a week the nation will celebrate Children’s Day Bal Divas extra special this year because it is the 125th birth anniversary of Jawaharlal Nehru He loved children all children And the crackle of army bullets kills two schoolboys in Chattergam near Srinagar at this precise moment It is Muharram time it has to be a season of mourning We will never fully know what happened to those two boys Faisal and Mehrajuddin out on a Muharram-related errand driving at some frenzied speed to escape the wrath of the owner of a vehicle they had scraped But it will never be forgotten by the people of that Valley of Tears An inquiry has been ordered The guilty we are assured will be punished But who are “the guilty” The army which has been told tutored trained to act with alacrity The state government which is now “lame duck” The “Centre” which regardless of who is in power remains unmoving and unmoved by what is happening there Guilt is a fugitive in Kashmir justice a nomad But there is such a thing as the limit And with the slaying of these two boys the limit of insecurity in Kashmir has been reached It has been crossed I cannot claim to speak for Sardar Patel’s legacy That has suddenly discovered many owners But this I can say from “general knowledge” Had this happened under his watch he would have put “the guilty” through the shredder No official statements certainly not long ones; no media one-liners either There would have been action rapid action what is called ad interim action with inquiries to follow And that action would have included a personal reaching out to the two stricken families Sardar Patel as home minister had a grandson the age of these two boys He would have known and felt in the pulse of his being what has happened to those families and to families in mourning with them in Kashmir I cannot claim to speak for Jawaharlal Nehru’s legacy either That has had many patent-holders though some of them would rather have that fact brushed under the carpet right now But this I can say from “general knowledge”: Pandit Nehru would have flown into a rage a righteous rage using all of his Hindustani his Hindi his English and sent his daughter to meet the stricken families ahead of doing so himself He had as prime minister two grandsons almost this age and would have known what Faisal and Mehrajuddin’s families were going through Let me return to “who is guilty” Let those who are speak Let others not point fingers Let them self-identify And let them make a sacrifice Let them resign What is a job compared to a life that has been lost Not one but two If one just one officer soldier bureaucrat politician MLA MP or minister says “I am responsible” and quitting his office says “I should be punished according to the law” there would be a glimmer of justice done Let one just one such person say and do that Firemen perish extinguishing flames soldiers die in battle unflinchingly if also more often needlessly and tragically We know how policemen and officers died battling terror in Delhi outside Parliament House in Mumbai outside the sites penetrated by terrorists Cannot should not someone resign from office over this shameful event Such an act of atonement may not douse the fire of deprivation burning in the two homes But it may help it from raging higher and longer But more it will tell us as a people that unity is not about speaking singing and running alone It is about doing too Also that it is not about suzerainty sovereignty and national pride It is about simple humanity about plain hamdardi Guilt can be established Guilt can be punished But guilt can also be owned Responsibility a “higher” level of guilt can be owned even more And thereby sublimated The writer senior fellow Centrefor Public Affairs and Critical Theory Shiv Nadar University was governor of West Bengal?Fronts will not come out of the atmosphere.perseverance and chivalry. “This is equivalent to simultaneously charging 320 smart phones, state media reported on Wednesday. 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however, Bhat added that Kashmiris have been great admirers of Indian cricketers like Sunil Gavaskar.