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The temple sees an attendance of people from all over the state, “The idols look resplendent and the entire temple is decorated with garlands and lights People come all the way seeking blessings” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shikha Sharma | New Delhi | Updated: December 31 2015 8:48 am Odd even rule: CM Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy CM Manish Sisodia at the Rajkiya Pratibha Vikas Vidyalaya (Source: express photo by Prem Nath Pandey) Top News In the middle of his whirlwind promotional trip for the AAP government’s odd-even policy to control vehicular pollution Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal made a stop at the Rajkiya Pratibha Vikas Vidyalaya where he took on the role of an affable science teacher much to the amusement of students The chief minister described the many perils of pollution to the students and urged them to convince their parents to follow the odd-even rule He admitted that he had asked his son who is in Class 9 to help him prepare for this particular speech “I was talking to my son who also studies in a school like you last night I told him… I have to address the city’s children today…what do I tell them He told me ‘dad we all know there is pollution tell us what we can do about it’” the chief minister told hundreds of school students Share This Article Related Article Spelling out the damaging effects of pollution Kejriwal warned the students that “particulate matter is very small; it enters our blood and causes diseases” The chief minister also urged his rapt audience to ‘Google’ the harmful effects of pollutants like particulate matter (PM) 25 before he started explaining how the scheme would benefit the city Kejriwal then outlined the ways in which children could help make the policy a success “…Firstly ask your parents to get a pollution control certificate Secondly convince your parents relatives and friends to follow the odd-even scheme Unhe manana hain zabardasti bhi karni hain (you have to convince them and force them if the need arises) The government cannot do this alone you children can help us” said the chief minister He assured the students the next 15 days — the trial period for the scheme — would be “good fun” The CM also asked the children to repeatedly “remind” violators of the scheme to follow rules instead “Tokna hain… bahut tokna hain… maza ayega (keep on pestering them it will be enjoyable) If you find anyone violating the scheme roll down your car window and ask that person to go back home If the person hears that remark 10 times a day he might be persuaded to keep his car off the road” said Kejriwal He also encouraged the students to convince their parents and relatives to opt for carpooling “I will carpool with Transport Minister Gopal Rai who lives not very far from my residence” said Kejriwal The CM also said that only his government had the courage to introduce the scheme Kejriwal also answered several queries put forward by the schoolchildren On how the government would provide exemption to cases involving medical emergencies he said “… We believe most of the public is by and large honest so we will trust them” But while some students expressed their appreciation for the move others were not quite convinced A student said “My father has to travel to Noida everyday from Burari It is not possible for him to take the Metro or auto Koi nahi karne wala hamare yahan (no one from my family is going to follow this policy)” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsThe BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur made it clear on Thursday that they would not rush to any decision regarding the controversial IPL Chief Operating Officer Sundar Raman’s fate amid calls for his ouster terming him a mere "employee and not a decision maker" File picture of Sundar Raman Getty "There is no verdict against him (Raman) There is an enquiry going on See when we took over there was an enquiry against these two teams (CSK and RR) as well We have waited for the Lodha Committee to come out with their verdict Now once they have come out with their verdict we categorically decided to implement it in toto Why do you want us to hush up rush up and say that we want to take this decision against this gentleman" Thakur said when asked why Raman was still not suspended Contrary to earlier regime when Raman was perceived to be one of the most powerful figures in the Board Thakur categorically stated that Raman is merely "an employee" "Sundar Raman is an employee of the Board and he does not have that say to be a decision maker in the Board See it is the IPL Governing Council which takes the decision and not the employees It is the members who take decisions They (employees) implement the decision which we take" Thakur also reiterated IPL chairman Rajeev Shukla’s stand that the Board would wait for working group’s report before taking any further decision about possible options regarding the two suspended franchises and their players "First of all teams are not suspended We have formed a working group which will give us a report We have to look at the steps of running a successful Season 9 of IPL as well as ensure that there should not be any conflict of interest" the secretary said PTI By: IANS | Mumbai | Published: August 1 2015 11:28 am “Bangistan”s debutant director Karan Anshuman said becoming a film critic wasn’t ever his preferred choice of career since he always wanted to become a director Related News “Bangistan”s debutant director Karan Anshuman said becoming a film critic wasn’t ever his preferred choice of career since he always wanted to become a director “I always wanted to become a director since several years even before I became a critic Becoming a critic though was a detour in my career But I always wanted to be a director since I was a kid” he said at a media interaction for his film A film critic for one of the leading tabloids Anshuman was known for his innovative style of reviewing films “It was just for some time that I decided to write about films I really understood a lot about cinema especially Indian cinema in terms of the current trends what are the kinds of films people are making what does the audience likes and not like what do I like and what would I like to make So that really helped me in shaping my first film” he said Share This Article Related Article About the difference between filmmaking and critiquing films Anshuman said: “As a filmmaker you are responsible for many people your cast and crew your audience and you’re just trying to make the best you can for all of them “As a film critic a review is just a reflection of your personal thoughts on a certain film and how you liked or disliked or how it could’ve been a better film or to highlight the good points It’s ultimately up to the reader to choose to listen to you or not” Since the start of the promotions he has kept a low profile and let his lead actors Riteish Deshmukh and Pulkit Samrat handle the promotional duties and might be hoping that on August 7 other critics aren’t too harsh on his film like how he might have been on some films For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mahender Singh Manral | Published: June 21 2016 4:20 am Top News Delhi Police officials on the trail of auto-lifters in Meerut faced unforeseen resistance despite success in nabbing two persons in connection with the theft of two vehicles of a chartered accountant (CA) in one night from Netaji Subhash Place area said sources A police team managed to arrest an auto-lifter and a receiver of stolen vehicles but was unable to pin down another receiver in Meerut long enough to question him in the case the sources added “Even as the second receiver was being detained he managed to inform his contacts and more than 40 people several of them carrying sophisticated weapons turned up within minutes to challenge Delhi Police officials” said a source “Leading them was a former MLA who is hopeful of getting a ticket to contest the next UP assembly polls” Share This Article Related Article DCP (north-west) Vijay Singh admitted Delhi police officials faced this resistance He told The Indian Express the team detained a suspected receiver from Meerut toll plaza but was intercepted by around 40 people led by a former MLA “After a heated argument they managed to free him from our custody before the local police arrived We are coordinating with Uttar Pradesh Police and will call him after serving a notice” Singh added Police declined to name the politician involved in the standoff Delhi Police had been tracking auto-lifters in Meerut after CA Satish Aggarwal’s Toyota Fortuner and Hyundai Verna were stolen from outside his bungalow on the intervening night of May 24-25 After sustained surveillance and investigation auto-lifter Mohammed Ishtiyak and Mohammed Israr a receiver of stolen vehicles were arrested in the case said police The engine parts of the CA’s stolen Verna were also recovered police added For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sandeep Ashar | Mumbai | Published: May 10 2017 2:05 am There are 18 such facilities in Mumbai including the Bombay Gymkhana (above) Pradip Das Top News Mumbai’s elite clubs and gymkhanas may soon have to pay higher ground rents besides letting in more serving bureaucrats as members The state revenue department has formulated a new lease policy for clubs and gymkhanas existing on government land Sources said the policy would soon be tabled before the state cabinet for approval The ground rents for these facilities many of which came up in the pre-Independence era have not been revised since allotment Their rents are as low as Rs 25 per square foot annually On the other hand membership fees in some South Mumbai posh clubs which are now regarded as bastions of the elite range from Rs 1-3 lakh annually to over Rs 15 lakh for a lifetime membership An earlier attempt by the state government to increase lease rents for these facilities in 2003 was stayed by the Bombay High Court following objections raised by the managements of these clubs and gymkhanas However government sources said the court stay was subsequently lifted in 2008 The law department had opined there was no legal impediment to revise the lease rents by drafting a new lease policy said a senior official While a few clubs such as the Cricket Club of India and the Bombay Gymkhana have offered temporary or service memberships to serving bureaucrats the draft policy document has now proposed to make this a rule The department has proposed a five per cent quota in service membership for civil servants serving with the Centre or the state government While officials argued it was just a proposal at this stage and the final decision in this regard would rest with the cabinet some conceded the contentious clause could become a point of debate and criticism Sources said the initial draft had also recommended a membership quota for ministers and legislators but after apprehensions were raised by the finance department the idea was later dropped In justification of the retained membership quota proposed for civil servants a source said “The government owns the land Clubs have built recreational facilities on it and have enrolled members The government is well within its right to ask those running such facilities to admit some of the members whom it would want to be enrolled for enjoying the facilities” It was clarified that no concessional fee had been sought for enrolling them There are 18 such facilities in Mumbai — Cricket Club of India Bombay Gymkhana PG Hindu Gymkhana Parsi Gymkhana Islam Gymkhana Wodehouse Gymkhana Club Princess Victoria Mary Gymkhana Catholic Gymkhana Grand Medical College Gymkhana Police Gymkhana Western India Football Association (Cooperage grounds) Breach Candy Club (all South Mumbai); Golf Club Chembur Gymkhana Khar Gymkhana Arts Club and Willingdon Catholic Gymkhana (all Mumbai suburbs) The lease of nine gymkhanas had lapsed a decade ago said sources Some have secured lease renewal for 15 years in the absence of a policy Depending on the plot’s size the new policy has proposed three categories of clubs and gymkhanas Facilities spread over 20000 square metres have been clubbed in the ‘A’ category those in the 10000-20000 square metres in the ‘B’ category and smaller plots in the ‘C’ category The formula that has been proposed for the new ground rent is that all those facilities found in the ‘A’ class category would have to pay an annual lease rent equal to 1 per cent of the value arrived at by computing 10 per cent of the prevalent ready reckoner rates The ‘B’ class facilities would have to pay 05 per cent of the same value while those in the ‘C’ class category would be charged 025 per cent The department has also proposed a revision in rents every five years While retaining the condition that such facilities would be permitted to rent out the plot for non-sporting activity for 45 days in a year the government has also increased the rents payable to the government for such purposes The managements would have to inform the Collector’s office in advance about such functions A 10 per cent increase every three years in such government rentals has also been proposed Taking cognisance of the complaints that the grounds were being let out for private functions of its members only the new policy draft prohibits offline booking “Bookings will have to be done online and will be open to all” said a source The new draft also prohibits the managements from monopolising catering and event contracts at such facilities While open space activists have been demanding that a portion of all such facilities be mandatorily kept open for the general public it is still unclear if the government would press for the condition For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Updated: June 6 2017 11:21 am Alankrita Shrivastava says Lipstick Under My Burkha deserves the best release Top News Lipstick Under My Burkha director Alankrita Shrivastava is ecstatic that Ekta Kapoor’s Alt Entertainment will present and distribute the movie She says the film deserves the best release and a wide audience”I am thrilled that Ekta Kapoor’s Alt Entertainment will be presenting and distributing ‘Lipstick Under My Burkha’ It’s going to be fun to promote and release the film” “I really believe that the film needs to reach a wider audience” Shrivastava told IANS The movie which has done its fair share of festival rounds was caught in a mess with the censor board deeming it too “lady oriented” in content laced with sexual scenes and abusive words After a long battle with the censor board the makers finally received a certificate for release following Film Certification Appellate Tribunal’s directive last week “We have fought so hard to be allowed to screen this film legally in theatres it deserves the best release” Shrivastava said “Films by women about women and through women’s eyes need to be made and watched I think the theatrical release of ‘Lipstick Under My Burkha’ in India is a moment of celebration for all women in India Why should women’s stories of love sex secrets and rebellion not be screened and watched widely Let’s claim our right to watch ‘lady-oriented’ films” she added Produced by Prakash Jha the film features actors like Konkona Sensharma and Ratna Pathak Shah and tells the story of four small town women in search of a little freedom For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: March 16 2017 6:13 pm Trapped director Vikramaditya Motwane feels only Rajkummar Rao could do justice to the survival thriller Related News For director Vikramaditya Motwane Rajkummar Rao was the perfect choice when he decided to make Trapped as he feels only the actor could do justice to thesurvival thriller In the film Rao plays a man who is trapped inside his own house and battles adversities to survive in the hostile condition Motwane says since the film is all about that one particular character it was important that he cast someone who can hold the audience throughout the film “I needed an actor who people were willing to watch for a good hour-an-half He is the only one who is there all the time If you are not going to buy the character it won’t work Only someone like Rajkummar can do something like that” Motwane told PTI “He gets into the skin of the character It is a thankless character but he made it human he made it his own That was fantastic” The film also stars Geetanjali Thapa and will release tomorrow Vikramaditya Motwane has directed Trapped starring Raj Kummar Rao Motwane says initially he thought it would be an easy film since it was mostly one character in one room but there were many challenges that he had to face while shooting the film The team had to constantly make changes in the script to maintain a pace in the story Also read |Trapped movie review: Rajkummar Rao film fails to take us over theedge “We did do a lot of work on the script Even when we were shooting we made changes so that we were able to keep the pace of the film Then there were other challenges like shooting at night without light Another tough job was to keep Raj’s character consistent and believable” he says For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Hansda Sowvendra Shekhar | Published: June 29 2016 12:02 am How will shackling or unshackling affect Birsa There are real people who are in shackles metaphorically speaking Will they be unshackled Top News A decade ago as a student in Ghatsila I often travelled to my college in Jamshedpur by train At the Ghatsila station I would see some women in white sari and blouse They would be carrying huge plastic boxes besides handbags and a smaller cloth bag for tiffin box and water bottle There was another thing I noticed about them They didn’t look fit to carry the load: They looked that undernourished Four years ago when I came to Pakur to work as a doctor I understood that those women were auxiliary nurses and midwives (ANMs) They work with the Jharkhand government and are posted at primary health centres additional primary health centres and health sub-centres The health and medical care system in Jharkhand depends on them They go from village to village one tola to another often on foot carrying their bags and boxes doing ante-natal check-ups of pregnant women immunising pregnant women and newborn babies and children conducting deliveries prescribing and distributing medicines to various patients visiting homes that have reported childbirth weighing newborn babies working as supervisors in national programmes like the Pulse Polio identifying patients of malaria and kala azar identifying children suffering from AFP (acute flaccid paralysis a consequence of contracting polio) malnourished children organising health camps mobilising people in villages to attend health camps immunisation sessions and other health-related programmes co-ordinating with anganwadi sevikas and school teachers to distribute iron and albendazole tablets to school-going children calculating figures and compiling reports and doing hundred other work The ANMs I met in Pakur were not different from the ones I had seen in Ghatsila: Thin and sickly as malnourished as the pregnant women they advised The life of an ANM I saw was full of hardship I found out that the big plastic box is a vaccine carrier in which the nurses carry various vaccines stored at an appropriate temperature provided by cold frozen ice packs When I heard about the new diktat of the government that all artistic portraits of Birsa Munda be shown without shackles I wondered if it really made any difference How will shackling or unshackling affect Birsa There are real people who are in shackles metaphorically speaking Will they be unshackled For instance who will unshackle the ANMs With the limited means the government provides the ANMs in Jharkhand are trying to provide the public an approximation of all the facilities it has promised Calmly patiently despite their own poor health they keep the health department running working more than perhaps even doctors In addition to their professional capabilities they have to be social enough to deal with domineering anganwadi sevikas and sahiyas — or worse their husbands who often claim to have political clout They need to be fearless to face when the public gets unruly When the work on the field is over and they have to attend evening briefings in the headquarters these women have to be strong enough to face criticism A typical day of an ANM in Pakur is perhaps like this She must be up at 4:30am or 5am As Pakur has severe water crisis she needs to fill up water first from a hand pump or a municipal tap outside her house She must then cook for herself and family get children ready for school and catch a local train a Vikram or a bhutbhutiya to travel to her centre or immunisation site Many even have to walk a good distance with all their paraphernalia — stethoscope sphygmomanometer weighing machine and so on At the site if sevikas and sahiyas are good ANMs can breathe; otherwise they have to clean and ready the place and even call the beneficiaries themselves If these weren’t enough they are sent to faraway sites often without a mode of transport to fill in for absent ANMs Their faults are enumerated and they have to endure threats that their salaries would be stopped or they would be paid only half or a third of their salary) or their jobs will be terminated By the time they are ready to return home probably after sunset these women are unlikely to have even a gram of life left in them to spend time with their families watch TV serials like other ordinary women or just live their lives No wonder the blood pressure of many ANMs hangs at 100/60 mmHg One fainted during an evening briefing during the last Pulse Polio round Recently an ANM was threatened by the husband of the sahayika of an anganwadi that he would undress her in public Though that rogue apologised the woman knew she couldn’t press charges because that might lead to further trouble as she needs to visit that anganwadi regularly and alone Yet officers of the health department are always told to remind the ANMs that every programme is being personally monitored by Someone-Big-Up-There-In-Delhi and that if they don’t perform well they would have to face harsh consequences Does anyone bother if the ANMs many of them contract workers are paid in proportion to the work they do Why can’t those on contract be made regular and provided some job security In Jharkhand where more ANMs are needed why isn’t there fresh recruitment Birsa Munda is being unshackled in portraits When will these real women in real life and time be unshackled Shekhar is the author of ‘The Mysterious Ailment Of Rupi Baskey’ and ‘The Adivasi Will Not Dance’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top News But Neelam, But the privileged have considerably more adaptive power. those who could not get a ticket? Dairy Development, One of the earliest offenders after the new rules were adopted was the man campaigning to lead Italian football. The last couple of years have been a whirlwind.along with signing deals, It is also evident from the long series of ghastly terrorist attacks on religious places and followers of minority communities,handball.

who is all set to perform at the Filmfare awards, It’s over now. the score sounds relevantly retro. I do not like the idea of modernising tunes and blending it with contemporary beats, It also appointed former chief justice of India R M Lodha to monitor and oversee the implementation. PTI Speaking to reporters here,” At USC so many lovely young boys and girls. added Dhankhar. The R11,” In another tweet.

The composer will be seen producing a set of six original songs for the show, “Wazir” has Amitabh Bachchan essaying the role of a paralysed chess grandmaster while Farhan plays the role of a cop. I just wanted to make sure that I did not hurt anyone’s feelings and all of a sudden it has been turned into national news.com/D60smidQ07 — Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) March 15, According to NDTV,after the collision the diesel tank of the bus burst which led to the fire However authorities have not confirmed the details of the incident Report inHindustan Times further mentioned that the accident occurred on an under-construction stretch of the highway between Bareilly and Shahjahanpur The collision occurred as the driver was reported to be speeding past a junction Senior superintendent of police Bareilly Joginder Kumar reportedly said "At least 20 other passengers who managed to escape have been admitted in hospital We have recovered charred remains of around 10 passengers and our teams are trying to locate others" According to an ANI tweet the deceased will be receiving an ex-gratia of Rs 2 lakh while those injured will receive Rs 50000 as announced by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath Bareilly bus-truck accident: UP CM Yogi Adityanath announces an ex-gratia of 2 lakh for kin of deceased 50000 for injured — ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) June 5 2017 Prime Minister Narendra Modi wished for the speedy recovery of those injured: "The bus accident in UP’s Bareilly is heart-rending I condole the loss of lives I pray that those injured recover at the earliest" as per ANIwe know how to get your attention?has me wondering what the portal is all about Despite being the IT mammoth that India isit is surprisingly slow when we talk of online shopping All of the US lives on Ebay and Craigslist JapanChina and Taiwan have always embraced technology like no one else (Burberry launched its flagship store in TaipeiTaiwanwith a futuristic party: a 3D wraparound show that brought the best of Britain and the brand to the venueincluding an unexpected drizzle) India playing catch-up is arguably because its retail space has just opened up 20 years agobut heythe Internet is also two decades old Ive bought books on Amazon before and it is pricey But Flipkart is the best thing thats happened to bibliophiles: theyll get you any book from anywhere at a huge discount Even though I love the smells and sounds of a real bookstoreits hard not to turn an addict Moreoverstuff like a Dell laptop can only be bought online Its online shopping for clothes that befuddles me All of a suddenthere are a few dozen sites for apparel or western apparel and they are seemingly successfulgoing by their high quality web pages and expensive advertising slots Jabongcom has a huge selection from every possible high-street label from Levis and Allen Solly to D&G and DKNY Myntracom is an easy-breezy site also filled with high-street goodies BenettonPumaFila and Jealous at prices as low as Rs 700 It has a style blog too Stylemecom is a two-year-old online portal with shopping as well as listings and reviews Freecultrheaded by Sujal Shahformerly of IMG Fashionis very interesting Like American Apparelit has the best basics you will ever finda wide range of T-shirts and denimsand they hold the licence for Shah Rukh Khans Kolkata Knight Riders clothing franchise Each of these promise a 30-day return policycash on deliverysales and freebies Online shopping is supposed to be as commonplace as ordering a pizza But an industry that claims to be avant-gardefashion luxury fashion took its time to catch up with digital business Pradas website only came up five years agoin 2007 Uche Okonkwos Luxury Online chronicles why labels need to overcome their digital challenges on todays world-stage Labels such as Louis VuittonGucciChristian Dior and Burberry are only just realising the Internet can be an overwhelming marketing tool Hauteitis is a new and beautiful site thats dedicated to a clutch of Indian designers Anamika KhannaGaurav GuptaNamrata Joshipura and Ranna Gill It is helmed by Manjari Sahasister of Christian Diors Kalyani Sahaheadquartered in Bostonand largely aimed at American women The celebrated Netaportercom is synonymous with buying fashion onlineand theyre soon coming to India We will see many more Indian designers on this portal for sure But it needs many more rivals than we have on offer [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Lakshmi Ajay | Mumbai/ahmedabad | Published: September 22 2013 3:23 am Related News Gujarati film The Good Road was picked on Saturday as Indias entry for the Best Foreign Language Film category at the Academy Awards next year Set in the harsh terrain of Kutchthe filma road movie by debutant feature film director Gyan Correarevolves around a truck driver and a couple whose child is on the run Although the film was adjudged the Best Feature Film (Gujarati) at the 60th National Awardsit has had a limited viewing While the chairman of the selection committeefilmmaker Gautam Ghosesaid the Film Federation of India unanimously picked The Good Roadthe Oscar choice immediately sparked off a controversy The first voices of protest were raised by the director and producer of The Lunchbox The Ritesh Batra-directed film has been received well in the festival circuit and had been talked of as Indias best shot at the Oscars Anurag Kashyapwho co-produced The Lunchboxtweeted: First time and I really mean itI was excited because first time we knew we had a chance… I dont know who the federation is but it goes to showwhy we completely lack the understanding to make films that can travel across borders? My government will work for all Indians, Vande Mataram.do not work ? the school has brought about a phenomenal change in their lives.

He says that he’ll act selfishly now and won’t care for anybody and tells Rani Maa to undo what she has done. 2012 12:30 am Top News Villagers of Bhatha Dhuan located on Hambaran Road are a happy lot after the village panchayat in association with Inner Wheel Club and Nanhi Chhan converted a filthy area into a park. promises and slogans have come into oblivion. This year.

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