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It further states that civic body? download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: January 13,New Delhi: Delhi Lt Governor Najeeb Jung on Thursday termed as "illegal" the order of SDM banning public meetings and protest near the Chief Minister’s residence and said strict action would be taken against him for violating the law Tell me can I do it?Manchester: Union Bank of India General Manager (Recovery) Manas Dhar said. by a private university in Assam, in a ceremony held in the university campus at Jorhat, according to a report from The Verge.Microsoft’s Panos Panay who heads the Surface division will be delivering a keynote address at the event Microsoft will likely to unveil the next-generation model of the Surface Book at the launch event Microsoft has been launching new Surface hardware in the month of October so it shouldn’t come as a big surprise This year though the company could update the Surface Book which was first launched in 2015 Microsoft has promised to launch the LTE variant of the Surface Book so it seems likely the device will be showcased to the press on October 31 Last month Intel accidentally leaked an unannounced Microsoft Surface Book in a promo video of its eight-generation processors The premium laptop was leaked in black given that the company doesn’t sell the Surface Book in that colour this could hint at the launch of the super charged model in the market There’s also a possibility to see a new Surface device with an ARM processor Back in December Microsoft and Qualcomm announced a partnership to launch ARM-based laptops with a Snapdragon chipset A slew of vendors like HP Asus and Lenovo are committed to launch the devices with an LTE chipset and long battery life Unfortunately we haven’t seen any devices running Windows 10 on ARM yet Meanwhile Business Insider reports the much-awaited Surface Phone won’t be making an appearance at the event It’s being said that the Surface team is working on a high-end smartphone that would be comparable to the best in the market For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsPatna:Senior BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi on Saturday said Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar should undergo an ‘agnipariksha’ (trial by fire) by acting against his deputy Tejashwi Prasad Yadav for his alleged involvement in a corruption case Kumar who had earlier accepted the resignation letters of four of his ministers for their "involvement" in corruption cases should now take the same step against his deputy he told reporters here File image of Sushil Kumar Modi PTI "This is the chief minister’s agnipariksha" added Modi The CBI on Friday conducted raids in four cities in connection with a corruption case in which RJD chief Lalu Prasad his wife Rabri Devi and son Tejashwi are among the accused "Nitish Kumar had once said he would not allow a tainted minister in his cabinet and accepted the resignations of Jitan Ram Manjhi Awadhesh Kushwaha Ramanand Singh and Ramadhar Singh for their alleged involvement in criminal cases" said the BJP leader He claimed that the central probe agency lodging an FIR in a corruption case against the deputy chief minister and conducting raids at his residence reflected a "negative image" of Bihar and added that Kumar should now act against Tejashwi "I am waiting for the chief minister’s action in this case as he and his party have maintained a silence over the issue for three months now This is the same chief minister who has constantly been asserting his government’s zero tolerance policy towards corruption" said Modi Within hours of taking oath as chief minister in November 2005 Kumar had made Manjhi resign due to an old vigilance case pending against him the BJP leader added Ramanand Singh put in his papers in 2008 because of another vigilance case Ramadhar Singh quit in 2011 due to a case pending against him over the Ram Janmabhoomi issue whereas Kushwaha resigned after he was purportedly seen taking money in a sting operation during the 2015 Bihar Assembly polls he said The case against Lalu Rabri and Tejashwi is related to alleged manipulation in awarding a contract for the maintenance of two hotels run by the IRCTC when the RJD chief was the railway minister in the then UPA government Sushil Modi the Leader of Opposition in the Legislative Council asked Prasad to come up with a reply to the charges against him and his family members instead of repeating the "oft-quoted one-liner – political vendetta" Written by Agencies | London | Published: October 7 2009 8:47 am Related News Oscar-winner Penelope Cruz was so adamant on getting her stunts right in her upcoming film ‘Nine’ that even injuries did not deter the actress Cruz who stars alongside Sophia LorenNicole KidmanJudi Dench and Kate Hudson in the filmwas hoisted up in the air for one particularly trying scene And according to film’s director Rob Marshall Cruz’s bloodsweat and tears went into nailing the takeContactmusic reported “She’d be the last one on the sound stage working and I’d have to say’Penelopeit’s over’ In the middle of the number she does all this work with ropesswinging on themand she had formed calluses and her hands were bleeding We told her she would have to wear gloves but she was like’NonoI have to feel it” he said Howeverthe 35-year-old actress was elated after sweating out and getting bloodied “We finished it and she was in tearssaying’I loved every second I want to install ropes in my bedroom so I don’t have to let go of it” he added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNagpur: Nationalist Congress Party leader and former Maharashtra deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar came down heavily on the Centre on Friday for its demonetisation move saying that the cash crisis won’t go away even after the 50-day deadline that ends on 30 December "In new year too the poor and needy people will continue to stand in long queues daily and still they won’t have sufficient money in their hands Demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 currency notes has badly affected the rural economy especially farmers and daily workers" Pawar told Fistpost in an exclusive interview NCP leader Ajit Pawar PTI The NCP leader questioned the sudden shift of focus of the Central government from combating black money to going towards a cashless economy "People stood with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s demonetisation decision to support his war on black money But after one week the Prime Minister changed his focus towards a cashless economy So people who live in semi-urban and rural areas think that it was just a ploy to win polls But I personally wonder how Modi hypnotised the citizens of the country where everyone is suffering but waiting for the 50-day deadline to get over" said Pawar He said that even after 40 days it now looks like a decision gone wrong as the ATMs are also dry on cash "We are seeing it on TV every day how the hoarders have managed to siphon off new currency notes of Rs 2000 while the common men are still queueing up for cash People got their salaries but they cannot withdraw it due to insufficient money in banks Terrorists have managed to get hold of the new Rs 2000 notes but the common man still does not have money which he earned" the NCP leader said Buoyed by the cash management problems post demonetisation and the flak that BJP is receiving for it Pawar was hopeful that his party could see better days ahead as the ongoing civic are already an indication to that "I am confident that in the next 100 days there are 24 Zilla Parishad and 297 Panchayat Samiti elections that would be held by March 2017 The NCP will bounce back as the number one party in the state After almost 30 months (of BJP’s ruling) at the Centre and two years in the state the situation has become worse day by day People are waiting for acchhe din which BJP assured during the election campaign" the NCP leader said In the second phase of civic polls BJP won five municipal council president posts out of 14 whereas NCP became the largest party by winning 93 corporators in Pune and Latur districts BJP is at number two position with 81 corporators "If you study the first phase and second phase of council polls you observe that the number of BJP corporators has dropped In the third and fourth phases of council polls NCP will deliver good results compared to the first phase" Pawar said The NCP leader said that his party has a strong footing in rural Maharashtra "Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis personally campaigned ahead of the Baramati council election against me But the results show that the voters are standing with me I personally thanking the people of Baramati We developed the city and voters stand by the party which vouches for development In this election BJP is using all tactics to become the number one party Since the BJP is in power I can frankly say that it is giving the ruling party some benefits in these polls" he said In the first phase of council polls the ruling BJP had won the highest number of seats with 893 out of the total 3727 seats It had also won 51 municipal council president posts followed by Shiv Sena at 25 Congress 23 and NCP with 18 in the same category The NCP leader said that the Chief Minister was determined to break the Pawar bastion in Baramati and despite having several meeting with guardian minister Girish Bapat the NCP won 35 out of 39 seats including the post of the president In the no holds barred interview Pawar admitted to being a loudmouth earlier and for which he had to pay a heavy price politically "I am not a soft spoken leader Whatever is there in my mind I always speak out in front of anyone I am already facing punishment for that But the reality is now I am controlling myself I have never lied in my life I don’t give false promise to anyone" he said However as opposed to his claims on the principles of truth he adheres to Pawar was fast to juxtapose it with the campaign style of the BJP "BJP is using all the global mantras of marketing BJP is good in marketing We are far away from this marketing tantra They always blamed us but we failed to counter them But now people know the reality and the common man would teach a lesson to them" the NCP leader said Although he did not dwell upon the matter much the NCP leader was optimistic that he would come clean of the irrigation scam that he has been linked with for the last couple of years "There was only an allegation on me with regards to the irrigation sector The matter is in court I could not comment on it But I will come out clean I am fully cooperating with the Anti-Corruption Bureau" Pawar said By: AP | Updated: October 9 2017 9:16 am With many regulars left out by Germany it was up to others to shine in European qualifying (Source: Reuters) Top News Defending champion Germany wrapped up the most successful World Cup qualification campaign with a 5-1 victory over Azerbaijan on Sunday its 10th win from 10 games With many regulars left out by Germany it was up to others to shine in European qualifying and Schalke midfielder Leon Goretzka made his case for inclusion in the World Cup squad with two goals Hoffenheim’s Sandro Wagner claimed his fifth goal in five qualifiers Germany which secured qualification on Thursday finished Group C with a maximum 30 points and a European record 43 goals scored with just four conceded Only Spain had previously achieved the same feat of 10 wins in qualifying for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa albeit with an inferior goal difference The Spanish team went on to win the tournament and Germans are hoping history repeats next year in Russia as their side bids for back-to-back World Cup titles Germany was without Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos who was allowed to return to Spain to fully heal a rib injury and Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Julian Draxler who had an illness Goretzka got the home side off to a great start with a brilliant back-heeled goal inside the left post in the eighth minute Wagner came close only to be foiled by brave goalkeeping from Kamran Agayev around the half-hour mark before Ramil Sheydaev scored against the run of play at the other end Shkodran Mustafi pulled up with an apparent thigh injury and was unable to follow Sheydaev who eluded Antonio Ruediger and beat Bernd Leno at his near post Matthias Ginter came on for the injured Mustafi Germany’s second substitution with Niklas Suele already off with an apparent left thigh problem Germany showed more urgency after the interval After several near misses Wagner finally scored with a header to Julian Brandt’s cross in the 54th Goal-line technology confirmed the ball crossed the line before Ruslan Abisov’s headed clearance Ruediger headed Germany’s third goal two minutes before Goretzka claimed his second and Emre Can wrapped it up late with a brilliant strike from distance PLAYOFF FOR NORTHERN IRELAND Northern Ireland knew before its 1-0 defeat to Norway in Oslo that it was assured of a playoff place Norway became the only side other than Germany to score against Michael O’Neill’s side through Chris Brunt’s own-goal midway through the second half The left back attempted to clear with a volley from a meter out after goalkeeper Michael McGovern parried the ball into the air but only succeeded in booting the ball into the roof of his own net Northern Ireland finished the group with 19 points four more than the Czech Republic which routed San Marino 5-0 in Pilsen For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Madhavi Goradia Divan | Updated: February 27 2015 12:45 am If promoting obscurantism and superstition is a concern as it appears to have been for the CBFC when it banned ‘MSG’ then television is doing far more damage than films Related News Move over Ranbir Kapoor The rockstar-godman has arrived The film MSG: The Messenger reportedly trumped Ranbir Kapoor’s Roy at the box office Only last month the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) had refused MSG clearance on the grounds that the film promoted obscurantism It was released on clearance by the appellate tribunal after a few cuts and is reported to have opened to staggering box office collections Was the CBFC whose members resigned in a huff soon after their decision was upset in the appeal right in prescribing a blanket ban on the film In a country where godmen and godwomen abound on national television prescribing remedies as ridiculous as eating paani poori to be rid of worldly woes perhaps not The film originally titled MSG: Messenger of God features the over-the-hill outlandishly outfitted rockstar-godman Ram Rahim of Dera Sacha Sauda who performs astounding stunts and conquers all evil from prostitution to drugs An exhibition of crude narcissism masqueraded as godliness the film is more tragicomedy than a message from god But that’s not reason enough to ban the film The Cinematograph Act 1952 requires films to be certified by the CBFC before they can be released for public exhibition The guidelines for recommending cuts or denying certification are in line with the grounds on which the fundamental right to free speech under Article 19(1)(a) of the Constitution can be regulated Restrictions on free speech can be justified only by the reasons spelt out in Article 19(2) namely “in the interests of sovereignty and integrity of India the security of the state friendly relations with foreign states public order decency or morality or in relation to contempt of court defamation or incitement of an offence” On which of these grounds could the ban on MSG have been justified Morality But morality is itself a nebulous notion A constitutional protection for the freedom of speech and expression is that the restrictions under Article 19(2) must be “reasonable” The expression “reasonable” appearing in Article 19(2) has been judicially interpreted to mean restrictions that are minimal only to the extent absolutely necessary and proportionate to the purpose of the restriction Given these constitutional tests it is hard to justify a complete nationwide ban on the film as the CBFC directed The appellate tribunal’s order reversing the CBFC ban and permitting the film to be released with a 60-second disclaimer at the start and end coupled with the deletion of a few scenes where the protagonist proclaims he is god is a more reasonable approach If promoting obscurantism and superstition is a concern as it appears to have been for the CBFC when it banned MSG then television is doing far more damage than films It has spawned a whole industry of godmen feeding 24×7 on gullible audiences One godman ensconced on a mock throne prescribes gastronomical solutions for wideranging worldly worries and charges a few thousand rupees to every entrant paying obeisance at his “durbar” One devotee sued him when he got severe indigestion after following his prescription of a daily dose of kheer But the baba is unfazed and it’s business as usual on television An Indian audience goes to the theatres to watch a film in anticipation of a fantasy While watching a film there is willing suspension of disbelief While watching television at home it is not quite so People are likely to shrug off MSG and his supernatural stunts as being in the realm of fantasy A television audience is likely to be less discerning The Programme Code under the Cable Television Networks (Regulation) Rules 1994 proscribes shows that encourage “superstition and blind belief” It is worth examining why these provisions have not been invoked by the ministry of information and broadcasting for all these years As for the argument that MSG was provocative and could spark off a law and order problem the solution cannot be to ban the film The threat to law and order has to be a very serious one not the usual bluster of a handful of miscreants shouting slogans tearing down posters or disrupting screenings It is the state’s duty to uphold law and order and prevent goons from having a field day not to throw up its hands in helpless inertia As a footnote it is worth mentioning that the CBFC was once called the Censor Board By an amendment to the Cinematograph Act made in 1981 the name was changed to the Central Board of Film Certification The purpose of the amendment was to lean towards granting certification rather than censoring films While the CBFC’s concerns may have been justified the blanket ban was excessive The CBFC’s scissors can snip only within the confines of Article 19(2) The freedom of expression entails the right to make films both good and bad How good or how bad must be left not to the judgement of the censors but to that of the audience The writer is an advocate practicing in the Supreme Court of India and is author of ‘Facetsof Media Law’ [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by D K Singh | Published: October 29 2012 1:43 am Related News While the impact of Rahul Gandhis first direct intervention in the Cabinet reshuffle exercise will be realised in coming weeks and monthsthe young Congress general secretarywho is set to formally assume No 2 role in the party shortlyhas more daunting challenges to take on as he sets out to revamp the organisation While he could do his democratisation experiment in the Youth Congress and NSUIhe is set to face stiff resistance were he to make such bold moves in the parent party Can he depart from his partys age-old fixation with castes and communities Sayfor instancedesperate to wean the Jat community away from the BJP in Rajasthanthe Congress appointed Jat leaders on all important party posts from the chief of PCC to Seva Dal Jatshoweverhave shown no signs of shifting their loyalty as the Congress goes downhill The Congress had made similar attempts in Uttar Pradesh where the PCC chiefCongress Legislature Party leader and Youth Congress chiefamong other important office-bearerswere all Brahmins But the gambit failed to pay off in the Assembly elections Similar is the case in most other states Can Rahul leave aside considerations such as these which have impeded the partys decision-making Nothing canfor instanceexplain why the Bihar PCC chief who resigned in 2010 after the partys debacle in the Assembly elections has not been replaced yet Jharkhand PCC chief Pradeep Balmuchuon the other handwas rewarded with a Rajya Sabha berth despite losing his own seat Another challenge facing Rahul would be changing the status quoist approach For instanceMukul Wasnikwho resigned from the Cabinet to work for the partyhas been AICC general secretary in charge of Rajasthan for over eight years Can Rahul axe Wasnika Dalit leader who has been a staunch family loyalist During Rahuls recent tour of Punjablocal leaders had a litany of complaints against PCC chief Amarinder Singh but he remains the best bet for the party even today Can Rahul afford to replace him with a next generation leader ahead of the 2014 elections There are may such questions Congressmen are asking as they await the young leaders arrival on the centrestage Only time will tell how he responds to them Deepak is a senior assistant editor based in Delhi [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shaikh Ayaz | Mumbai | Updated: August 9 2017 11:46 am Compared to the recent films of contemporaries like Shah Rukh Khan and Ajay Devgn Akshay Kumar’s output shines through for its diversity lean business model and a sincere unwavering star performance by him Related News In the rigid hierarchy of Bollywood Akshay Kumar occupies that peculiar spot that places him below the Khans – no matter how consistently he performs it somehow seems he’s never good enough to match the Khans – but above Ajay Devgn and Anil Kapoor Gauged purely from the reams of media write-ups and ‘public perception’ the Khans come across as powerhouses who have reigned over Bollywood as the Big Guns for nearly three decades In the film world the box-office is the ultimate marker and let it not surprise you that if it’s strictly about the numbers then Akshay Kumar is a minor juggernaut Why is he so under-appreciated then Kumar whose new release this week Toilet: Ek Prem Katha is believed to be a satirical riff on Prime Minister Modi’s pet cause of public sanitation (the PM famously quipped “Build toilets first temple later”) has been the most bankable star at least in the last five years In 2016 itself a year that truly belonged to him Kumar capped three 100 crore blockbusters These include Airlift Housefull 3 and Rustom the last of which won him his first ever National Award for Best Actor Compared to the recent films of contemporaries like Shah Rukh Khan and Ajay Devgn Kumar’s output shines through for its diversity lean business model and a sincere unwavering star performance by him Working mostly with new directors he’s one of the few top stars who can open a film Once called the Khiladi Kumar for his action star image the actor (born Rajiv Bhatia) has now been rechristened the “new Manoj Kumar” by the media a droll reference to the overt nationalism that has become his cinematic trope of late While he is seen as being close to the BJP particularly Prime Minister Narendra Modi and their right-wing politics the plain truth is that when you run big businesses it makes sense to be in the good books of the establishment In his cinema Kumar is merely appropriating the trend of the times one patriotic stride at a time Kumar started out as an action star but filmmakers soon began discovering his versatility The Akshay Kumar of circa-Neeraj Panday is vastly different from the Akshay Kumar of Priyadarshan days Priyadarshan exploited the actor’s comic potential a talent that was very much his own and on display in many of his 90s hits As the Priyadarshan phase with successful comedies like Hera Pheri Bhagam Bhag and Garam Masala among others reached its monotonous dead-end and consequently ran its course Kumar had found a saviour in Neeraj Pandey Their teaming up became a turning point for him Unlike Priyadarshan Pandey focussed on the Khiladi Kumar’s original talent – action Together they worked in Special 26 Baby and Rustom (Pandey was the producer) In an interview with the Hindustan Times Pandey refused to accept credit for the Akshay Kumar resurgence Asked if he had helped transform Kumar’s image Pandey said “It would be foolish to assume that I did anything in this regard I would credit him for having the hunger to try something new” If the last few years have been the best of Kumar’s career count 2016 as the zenith Based on the sensational Nanavati case a crime of passion that had shocked the city of Bombay (Vinod Khanna’s Achanak of 1973 was based on the case with naval officer Khanna killing his wife and her lover) Rustom according to one review “could be seen as another step in Kumar’s ongoing reinvention as the honourable supremely capable all-Indian hero” The Rustom National Award prize not only surprised the industry but also led some dissatisfied critics to speculate whether he really deserved the prestigious honour In Airlift Kumar’s business tycoon achieves one of the largest evacuation efforts by the Indian government in war-torn Kuwait in 1990 Once again Kumar wore his patriotism on his sleeve But being a patriot can also backfire as Kumar realised recently when social media went abuzz with news of his Canadian citizenship Why is a Canadian citizen preaching us about our Indian values mocked the trolls Whatever is Akshay Kumar’s identity citizenship and politics we do know that his Hindi cinema passport bears the visa of contemporary social issues Like the past few years his Toilet: Ek Prem Katha opens in theatres in the August 15 weekend It’s a time when there is more patriotism than pollution in the air and who better than Akshay Kumar to remind you of your Indian-ness (Shaikh Ayaz is a writer and journalist based in Mumbai) For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsPublished: April 2 2016 12:06 am Related News Tata Steel’s proposal to divest its manufacturing operations in Britain less than a decade after its audacious $13 billion acquisition of the Anglo-Dutch steelmaker Corus is more than simply a case of the wheel coming full circle What it highlights is the downside risks from any corporate strategy of aggressive expansion in the event of changed market conditions At the height of the global economic boom especially during 2006-11 many an Indian corporate went on an overseas asset-buying spree Some of these proved successful — take Tata Motors’ purchase of Jaguar Land Rover or Sun Pharmaceutical’s of Taro But many others — Tata Steel-Corus Hindalco-Novelis or even Reliance Industries’ US shale gas investments — have turnedout to be outright bad or seen the acquirers suffering asset impairments The onesthat have failed are clearly commodity businesses bearing the brunt of the current China-led global slowdown On the other hand the acquisitions involving consumer-facing or branded product businesses have been relatively unaffected by the end of the commodity super-cycle Share This Article Related Article In the case of Corus now called Tata Steel Europe the problem has not been China alone Europe itself has been going through a recession since 2008-09 With European steel demand today over 25 per cent below its pre-crisis peak Tata Steel has been plain unlucky with its acquisition that was made in early 2007 At that point nobody possibly could have foreseen the extended troubles ahead for the region’s economy The decision to sell the UK operations — which account for 11 million tonnes (mt) of Tata Steel’s 18 mt annual crude steel production capacity in Europe and nearly 30 mt overall — is the culmination of a protracted period of struggle that has seen the company write off around $3 billion of its original investment in the last five years The dumping of cheap Chinese steel — whose imports into Europe have soared from 13 mt in 2007 to 77 mt last year — has only added to the woes If the UK divestment plan goes ahead it would mean Tata Steel putting its eggs back in the Indian basket; unlike Europe this is a market that certainly has more growth potential Tata Steel’s European foray may have in fact been prompted no less by the problems of land acquisition and obtaining statutory approvals for setting up greenfield steel projects in India The company in November commissioned the first phase of a 6 mt plant at Kalinganagar in Odisha to add to its existing 97 mt Jamshedpur facility If that is indicative of a process whereby corporates which were earlier disillusioned with the policy paralysis during the UPA regime period are looking at making again in India rather than overseas it should be welcomed For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News
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