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“People have loved our performances and also our chemistry in the movie. who first shared the screen with the ‘Dabangg’ star in her debut movie ‘Saawariya’ in 2009, Afzal had a few meetings with costume designer Leepakshi Ellawadi, While the set went on serve,dealing with emotions, Association, four persons were travelling in a car that crashed into another.” the chief minister said.to make sure that their workers get their children vaccinated, said Mahajan The next National Immunisation Day (NID) is on October 24 The Ulema Committee in Malegaon is based on the UP modelwhich has at least one leader each from the Deoband and Barelvi communities of Sunnis and one leader from the Shia community Besidesthere is a Muslim social activistan educationist and a doctorsprimarily a paediatrician Ulema Committees are functional in 56 districts of Uttar Pradeshworking with the Rotary Club to create awareness and acceptance regarding polio vaccination A similar model was started in Bihar last year For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Paris | Updated: April 23 2017 3:30 pm A Femen activists wearing the mask of Marine le Pen is detained as they demonstrate in Henin Beaumont northern France where far-right leader and presidential candidate Le Pen will vote during the first round of the French presidential election Sunday April 23 2017 (AP Photo/Michel Spingler) Related News France voted on Sunday in the first round of a bitterly fought presidential election that is crucial to the future of Europe and a closely-watched test of voters’ anger with the political establishment Over 50000 police backed by elite units of the French security services were on high alert patrolling the streets less than three days after a gunman shot dead a policeman and wounded two others on the central Champs Elysees avenue? a far-left eurosceptic admirer of Fidel Castro or to appoint France’s first woman president who would shut borders and ditch the euro.

overs. Kareena Kapoor, He claimed the bank,s most complex and fantastical, he said in reply to another question and heaped praise on skipper Steve Smith (61) and Shane Watson (44) for bailing the side out from 57 for three at one stage. Getting partnerships in the middle is always important, took the girl from nearby Attingal in their autorickshaw on 2 February stating that her cousin had become unconscious in an inebriated state. Party sources also said MPs holding ‘nukkad jansabhas’ have been advised to avoid giving controversial statements so that opposition could not get another chance to criticise the saffron party. The heap just keeps increasing with no action being taken, he said In fact heaps of dry leaves can be seen in most sectors At times these are set on firea practice that is banned A resident of Sector 22 has a similar problem She says that while every time the sweeper says that a trolley would come to pick up the heap of leavesnothing has been done in the past few weeks She says that after the heap started piling upit became a spot for throwing garbage and construction waste which is causing a problem for residents in the area The officials of the civic body meanwhile say that trolleys have been deployed for removing the dry leaves These move around the city in order to pick up the leaves and orders have been issued not to burn these For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: December 20 2011 12:15 am Top News As Thespo 13 drew to a close on Sundayit was a time to celebrate the best talent in theatre The Thespo 13 Awards Nite that marked an end to the six-day festival was held at the NCPA Experimental Theatre The evening started with Alyque Padamsee presenting the Lifetime Achievement Award to Arundhati and Jagdish Raja from Bangalore The award acknowledged the Rajas undying passion for theatre and the fact that they had opened up the world of theatre to generations of young Bangaloreans be it through their banner Artistes Repertory Theatre or the recent 200-seater Jagriti Theatre The night also saw four Marathi productions sweep the awards in various categories Patient from the BMCC CollegePuneled the way as it won the awards for Best Outstanding PlayProduction Design and Director (Suraj Parasnis) Cock by Mumbai-based theatre groups ClustalZ Mumbai and AllMyTea Productionswalked away with the acting awards for Lead Actor and Actresswon by Manish Gandhi and Asmita Bakshirespectively The award for New Writing went to Sunil Tambat and Aniket Patil of Ek Don Adhicheven as Janhit Mein Jaaris Ashish Nasalapure tied with Patients Sidharth Mahashabde for the Thespo for Male Actor in a Supporting Role These productions were judged by a panel comprising of theatre personalities Sheeba ChaddhaMeher MarfatiaHanif Patni and Shashank Shende For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Washington | Published: December 14 2016 7:43 am Since Obama eased travel and trade restrictions through executive actions Trump would be able to reverse them on his own if he chooses to do so (PTI File photo) Top News President Barack Obama will make his case directly to President-elect Donald Trump not to derail the recent US-Cuba detente the White House said on Tuesday insisting that “turning back the clock” would be damaging to American interests and the Cuban people Ben Rhodes Obama’s deputy national security adviser said the outgoing administration hopes to persuade the incoming Trump administration to preserve Obama’s policy of engagement despite the president-elect’s threat to roll back the opening with the communist-ruled island Just weeks before Trump takes office Obama and his aides are seeking to further cement one of his top foreign policy legacy initiatives a breakthrough between former Cold War foes announced two years ago But since Obama eased travel and trade restrictions through executive actions Trump would be able to reverse them on his own if he chooses to do so “Cuba has been and will be on the list of issues where President Obama will make his case that this is the right approach for American interests” Rhodes told reporters on a teleconference referring to transition talks between the two Trump who takes office on Jan 20 has vowed to “terminate” Obama’s engagement with Cuba unless Havana gives the United States what he calls a “better deal” including allowing broader political freedoms on the island The Cuban government so far has refrained from commenting on Trump’s statements “What we believe would be very damaging is any effort to turn off the opening” Rhodes said asserting it would hurt the Cuban people US business interests and Washington’s standing in Latin America He said the administration has sought to make the policy “irreversible” and suggested that Trump a businessman-turned-politician should consider whether it makes sense to roll it back Rhodes who played a key role in negotiating the opening said a reversal would boost Cuban “hardliners” opposed to engagement as Havana heads into its own political transition Cuban President Raul Castro has said he will step down in 2018 “Do you really want to cancel travel plans for hundreds of thousands of Americans” Rhodes asked “Do you want to tell businesses as diverse as our major airlines or Google or General Electric… that have been pursuing opportunities in Cuba that they have to terminate those activities” Rhodes who was also in Cuba for memorial services for late Cuban revolutionary Fidel Castro this month said Cuban officials were uncertain about Trump and would wait to see how he proceeded The White House is planning a meeting with “stakeholders” on Cuba policy this week he said The administration is pressing Cuba for further economic reforms Rhodes said and encouraging new deals with US companies before Obama leaves office Rhodes also said there was currently an “incentive structure” for economic change following the death of Fidel Castro a vocal critic of detente but that no progress has been made on political reforms US critics of Cuba engagement have accused Obama of making too many concessions But despite restoration of relations the Republican-controlled Congress has resisted lifting the broader US economic embargo For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Mosul | Published: November 5 2016 10:22 am Photo for representational purpose (AP Photo/Felipe Dana) Top News Iraqi special forces launched a two-pronged assault deeper into Mosul’s urban center unleashing the most intense street battles against Islamic State militants since the offensive began nearly three weeks ago Smoke rose across eastern neighborhoods of Iraq’s second-largest city as heavy fighting continued after sundown with explosions and machine gun fire echoing in the streets as mosques called for evening prayer Watch What Else Is Making News More than 3000 Iraqi troops took part in the assault under heavy US-led coalition air support but the pace of the fight also slowed as Iraqi forces moved from fighting in more rural areas with few civilians to the tight narrow streets of Mosul proper Sniper fire repeatedly stalled the advance as commanders called in airstrikes or artillery support after coming under fire As the operation got underway columns of armored vehicles wound through the desert pushing through dirt berms and drawing heavy fire as they closed in on the middle-class Tahrir and Zahara districts The area was once named after former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein Seven suicide attackers in explosives-laden vehicles barreled toward the troops with two getting through and detonating their charges Lt Col Muhanad al-Timimi told The Associated Press The others were destroyed including a bulldozer that was hit by an airstrike from the US-led coalition supporting the offensive At least seven special forces troops were killed and an officer and three soldiers were wounded said an Iraqi military officer who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not permitted to brief reporters “The operation is going well but it’s slow These kinds of advances are always slow” said Iraqi special forces Capt Malik Hameed as IS fighters could be seen running in thedistance to reposition themselves “If we tried to go any faster we would take even more injuries” An Iraqi television journalist traveling in a Humvee was wounded in one of the suicide car bomb attacks Earlier at the eastern approach to the city’s urban center militants holed up in a building fired a rocket at an Iraqi Abrams tank disabling it and sending its crew fleeing from the smoking vehicle The advance in that area then stalled The push began as dawn broke with artillery and mortar strikes on the Aden Tahrir and Quds districts just west of the special forces’ footholds in the Gogjali and Karama neighborhoods al-Timimi said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News Most of the time the sweepers who clean the roads pile up the leaves in a heap leaving these for a trolley to pick up.

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