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The actor also talked about the box-office performance of Bollywood films over the last six months, If we hear different stories, It’s no use for the people to know the unique address of the government — New Delhi One,s begrudging admiration of Irene Adler?24 lakh crore annually) would be borne is unclear. Asaram case The editor of InquilabShakeel Shamsiin his signed column (August 25) is of the surprising view that the Asaram Bapu case of alleged molestation deserves stronger condemnation than the Bombay rape He writes: It is regrettable that Mumbais rape case is being loudly talked about but efforts are being made to suppress the case connected with Asaram Bapualthough the girl who has accused Asaram of raping her is a minor In our viewBapus crime is more serious… If there is no double standard on rapeswhy is there so much delay in Bapus arrest? The cops arrested him after several hours of questioning as they reportedly found some strong evidence suggesting a connection between the accused actor and Suni. For all the latest Entertainment News,200-square-feet home behind Suraj Water Park at Ghodbunder Road, Gujrathi says. Sukhrani said.

while denying claims of large casualties and rejecting assertions that the district was at risk of being captured. mentions that the last time two large bodies of tanks were locked in battle over a large theatre was during the Israeli-Arab Yom Kippur War of 1973, but nothing that soldiers would describe as an industrial-scale battle between two armies. It was one of the most interesting courses in the syllabus and I still have the text book that was prescribed for us. Back in 1997 in Townsville, the film is now up against competition from this week’s releases — The Ghazi Attack, "In my opinion,the interests of the nation in mind,President Mukherjee said 11:57 am: Improving ties but keeping borders secure says President The President said that the government was committed to improving ties with neighbours but would also ensure that its borders were always secure He listed the visits of US President Barack Obama and Chinese Premier Xi Jinping as the success of the country’s foreign policy The government had also reached out to Indians abroad and they now were more connected with India ‘than ever before’ the President said 11:55 am: SAARC satellite under consideration says President The President also took a moment to praise the achievement of ISRO with regards to the Mars Orbiter Mission and said a lot more could be expected in the coming days The government was committed to using space technology in governance he said adding that it would also consider the launching of a satellite in co-ooperation with SAARC countries to foster better ties He also said steps were being taken to further research and development in the country 11:50 am: ‘Smart police’ coming soon promises President Mukherjee The government was committed to taking on terrorism andNaxal violence the President said In a nod to the potential alliance in the state of Jammu and Kashmir the president listed the various schemesthat have been undertaken by the government The government was also planning to bringing in ‘smart police’ that would deal with citizens complaints more effectively Mukherjee said The government is also committed to the manufacture of defence equipment in India that would reduce dependence on imports he said 11:45 am: Govt committed to developing country’s tourism says president The governmenthas undertaken various steps to develop tourism in the country including special rail connections the President said And how could a speech go without mention of the upcoming Statue of Unity in Guajrat in honour of Sardar Vallabhai Patel "My government is committed to rejuvenating the soul of cities" Mukherjee said listing schemes that the government would undertake 11:40 am: Will increase electricity supply across country says President Listing various schemes to improve electricity supply across the country the President said the government planned to develop high power capacity corridors The government would work to increase the amount renewable energywould contribute to the national grid he said India will further advance nuclear energy withglobal standards of safety being maintained thePresident said He said that the governmentwas committed to wideningthe government exploration policy foroil and gas and increasing coal output The President said that the government had taken a lot of steps to reduce pollution due to industry and to protect the environment 11:36 am: Govtevolving policy for renewal of urban areas says President The President said that the government was committed to making it easier to do business in India and had taken a number of steps in that pursuit "The government has launched Make in India initiative to make India a manufacturing hub" he said He listed various schemes undertaken by the government to aidvarioussectors including financial markets and industries The President said that a new urban renewal policy was being evolved with a focus on solid waste management and water He said that the government was committed to infuse new life into Indian Railways as well and said that there would be two freight corridors that would be commissioned by 2019 11:32 am: Govt committed to reducing expenditure GST and bringing back black money says President The President said that the government’s steps so far had resulted in dividends like the Indian economy growing at 74% the fastest in the world Much thumping on desks followed He said that the government was also working on reducing its expenditure bringing in the Goods and Services tax and stopping the spread of black money 11:30 am: President says government is committed to legal reforms and swift decision making The President’s speech dealt with the various schemes that the government has launched for the benefit of the poor including education and housing The President said that women’s safety was an area that couldn’t be ignored and said that the government was in the process of setting up one-step counselling centres for victims of violence across the country Mukherjee listed the various schemes also taken to increase employment and vocational education He also said that the government would be laying special focus on legal reforms "Legal reforms is one of the priorities of my government" he said The government is also committed to swift decision making under the ‘minimum government maximum governance’ promise he said 11:15 am: President Mukherjee says land acquisition ordinance is for acquiring land for public projects The president said that the government was committed to protecting the rights of farmers who would be impacted by the land acquisition The act had been amended to make it easier to acquire land for public projects like schools and hospital President Mukherjee said The camera panned to PM Modi as he said it but he kept his best poker face on The camera didn’t pan to Rahul Gandhi since he’s supposedly on leave 11:10 am: Spend 50% of MPLAD on Swacch Bharat President appeals to MPs Cleanliness would have a major impact on the lives of people particularly the poor and said that the Swacch Bharat initiative would seek to achieve that "I appeal to all members of Parliament to spend at least 50% of their MPLAD funds on Swacch Bharat" Mukherjee said The President also spoke on various schemes undertaken by the government to alleviate rural poverty 11:05 am: A bright future awaits us says President Pranab Mukherjee President Pranab Mukherjee said that the government’s motto remained ‘sabka saath sabka vikas’ and that it had undertaken a number of steps since coming to power After listing various steps listed by the government Mukherjee said"A strong beginning has been made and a bright future awaits us" The president said that the Jan Dhan scheme had been started to alleviate poverty and that it had achieved all its objectives so far "The unprecedented target was achieved in less than six months making it the largest such programme in the world" Mukherjee said 10:45 am: Modi says he hopes for productive session of Parliament President leaves to address joint session of Parliament Prime Minister Narendra Modi started the Budget Session of Parliament by saying that he hoped it would be a productive session and that the government has reached out to the opposition on all issues "Parliament is the temple of democracy there should be proper dialogue and and deep discussions.There should be solutions that are of use to the poorest of poor" Modi said outside Parliament Reuters image The Prime Minister said that he had met with opposition party leaders on Sunday and had heard their views "It is our desire that there is a debate on every issue that is of importance to the nation" he said The PM said that he was hopeful that the session would be a productive one that all parties would use to do good for the country There’s little else today expected other than the President’s speech but the Prime Minister will be hoping that the coming days are better for the government in the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha Meanwhile accompanied by a ceremonial guard President Pranab Mukherjee has left Rashtrapati Bhavan to address a joint session of Parliament 10:00 am: A long and difficult Budget session ahead for the Modi government The government is bracing up for budget session beginning Monday where it will face a tough challenge to get bills replacing six ordinances passed The government’s agenda includes 44 items of financial legislative and non-legislative business The session will begin with President Pranab Mukherjee’s address to members of both houses of parliament Parliamentary Affairs M Venkaiah Naidu had convened a meeting Sunday of leaders of all parties in both houses to discuss financiallegislative and other business Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan has also called a meeting Sunday evening of leaders of parties in the house to ensure its smooth functioning The government faces an uphill task in getting the bills aimed at replacing ordinances passed as opposition parties have conveyed their firm stand against some of them including the land acquisition ordinance Though the government has held back channel discussions on contentious bills with leaders of opposition parties there is no sign of a breakthrough so far An official release said that the financial business (11 items) include presentation of and discussion on general and railway budget voting on demands for grants supplementary demands for grants for 2014-15 and excess demands if any for 2013-14 The rail budget will be presented on 26 February Economic Survey on 27 February and general budget on 28 February The legislative agenda comprises introduction consideration and passing of seven new bills by both the houses including the Finance Bill 2015 and bills replacing the six ordinances While 10 new bills are slated to be introduced the government’s agenda includes passing of three bills pending in the Lok Sabha and seven in the Rajya Sabha Those pending in the Lok Sabha are: The Constitution (122nd Amendment) Bill 2014 relating to introduction of GST The Lok Pal and Lok Ayuktas and other Related Law (Amendment) Bill 2014 and The Repealing and Amending Bill 2014 After being passed by the Lok Sabha these bills will be taken up by the Rajya Sabha Bills pending in the Rajya Sabha include four bills already passed by Lok Sabha – The Companies (Amendment) Bill 2014 The Public Premises Eviction of Unauthorised Occupants) Amendment Bill 2014 The Regional Rural Banks (Amendment) Bill 2014 The Repealing and Amending (Second) Bill 2014 and the Payments and Settlement Systems(Amendment) Bill 2014 Other pending bills are: The Prevention of Corruption (Amendment) Bill2013 and The Constitution (Scheduled Casts) Orders (Amendment) Bill 2014 The new bills pertain to on the National Cooperative Development Corporation the Warehousing Corporation Andhra Pradesh reorganisation arbitration and conciliation repeal of appropriation acts registration of births and deaths whistle blowers protection Indian Institutes of Management National Academic Depository and Identification of Scheduled Castes The non-legislative business for the session includes discussion on the motion of thanks to the President’s address The first part of the session will continue till 20 March The second part will commence after a month-long recess from April 20 and conclude 8 May There will be 20 working days during the first half of budget session and 13 in the second half During the intervening recess standing committees will take up detailed examination of the demands for grants of different ministries With IANS inputs Written by C Raja Mohan | Published: August 19 2016 12:03 am Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Red Fort on the 70th Independence Day in New Delhi (Express Photo by Renuka Puri) Top News What’s up with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s policies towards Pakistan and China The initial hopes for a significant transformation in India’s two most difficult relationships under Modi have soured badly Two years ago Modi reached out to Pakistan’s Nawaz Sharif and China’s Xi Jinping He had invited Sharif to the inauguration of his administration in May 2014 And in an effort to regenerate momentum in the bilateral relationship when it had stalled over Kashmir and terrorism Modi landed at Sharif’s residence near Lahore at short notice last December In September 2014 Modi walked with Xi on the banks of the Sabarmati and pushed hard against Delhi’s reluctant bureaucracy to promote economic relations with Beijing Yet Pakistan seems unwilling to reciprocate the PM’s goodwill and China is reluctant to accommodate India’s core interests If Modi took political risks to advance ties with Pakistan and China two years ago he may now be moving the other way to secure India’s interests Modi’s call to expose Pakistan’s atrocities in Balochistan his public arguments with China on India’s membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group and and Delhi’s opposition to China’s economic corridor in Pakistan appear to be part of a shifting strategy towards Islamabad and Beijing This change is rooted in the recognition that you can’t clap with one hand Modi’s bet on a positive transformation of ties with Pakistan and China had inevitably run into the structural problems that beset India’s engagement with both the countries These problems come together in Kashmir and Balochistan China which occupies swathes of territory in Jammu and Kashmir that India claims has ended its past neutrality in Delhi’s disputes with Islamabad over the province The China-Pakistan Economic corridor runs through Gilgit Baltistan and connects with the sea in Balochistan The prospect of a Chinese military base in Balochistan links India’s problems with Beijing in the Himalayas with the challenge of PLA’s rising maritime profile in the Indian Ocean Throw in a fresh bout of turmoil in Srinagar into the mix you have the explosive cocktail that is blowing up the traditional frameworks of India’s engagement with Pakistan and China India’s current China policy was set on course when the then prime minister Rajiv Gandhi visited Beijing in 1988 to normalise relations with China that were in deep chill since the 1962 border war Since then India has worked to stabilise the border deepened economic cooperation and enhanced support for Beijing in the global arena As China became more powerful Delhi found Beijing’s empathy rather hard to get on issues of importance to India — limiting the trade deficit support in getting membership to the Nuclear Suppliers Group or putting Pakistan in the dock for sponsoring terrorism Unlike his predecessors Modi is not willing to buy the Chinese argument that these differences are “minor” and should not be allowed to come in the way of strengthening the “strategic partnership” In the past Indian leaders were unwilling to express differences with China in public and hesitant to question in private those policies of Beijing that hurt Delhi Modi however is not willing to pretend all is well with Beijing While Delhi may have in the recent past signaled that it could live with the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Modi is openly objecting to it The PM also refuses to take Beijing’s “no” for an answer on NSG and on Pakistan-based terror With Pakistan too Modi is trying to break out of the framework that emerged at the turn of the 1990s Pakistan emboldened by the impunity that its newly-acquired nuclear weapons gave it launched a prolonged terror campaign in Kashmir and backed it with instruments for political intervention in the state Under pressure Delhi put Kashmir back on the negotiating table in the 1990s During the mid-2000s it negotiated in good faith a settlement on Kashmir India also offered substantive economic cooperation None of this seemed to bring a fundamental shift in Pakistan’s position Delhi discovered that the initiative was always with Pakistan which could ramp up terror whenever it wanted and pull back from carefully-negotiated agreements for cooperation when it chose If all governments since the early 1990s believed that there was no option but to patiently engage Pakistan Modi appears to be willing to explore alternatives Many in Delhi who have negotiated with Islamabad and Beijing over the years think any Indian attempt to change the terms of engagement with Pakistan and China is risky They would add that the risk increases exponentially if India decides to probe both the fronts simultaneously But that is precisely what Modi appears to be doing — seeking more space with both China and Pakistan at the same time The idea of a contest on two fronts — with China and Pakistan — has long been a strategic nightmare for India But some in Delhi insist these two fronts are no longer separate and that India has no option but to come to terms with their fusion — most notably in Kashmir and Balochistan The writer is a director Carnegie India New Delhi and contributing editor on foreign affairs for ‘The Indian Express’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Samarpita Das | New Delhi | Updated: August 12 2017 5:17 pm Toilet:Ek Prem Katha box office collection day 1: Akshay Kumar will be giving his contemporaries some serious competition Related News It seems Akshay Kumar’s film Toilet: Ek Prem Katha has entertained the audience at the theaters quite well as the film has opened to good numbers The film has managed to earn Rs 1310 crore on day one and according to trade analyst Taran Adarsh Akshay’s film started to pull the crowd post afternoon As of now two of Akshay Kumar’s films? Meanwhile in the Lok Sabha, especially under former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

Ropar, Belgian Army soldiers and police officers patrol in the picturesque Grand Place in the center of Brussels.S. That even the Supreme Court manages to conflate them is a measure of the success of that ideological appropriation. the vast majority of whom have died. then why are these two OTs kept locked? No doctor who spoke to Newsline for this report wanted to be named. The separate Telangana issue was not an innovative idea, for sure, we spent our time discussing whether Yakub Memon should hang or not.

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