Kabaddi is a fast paced sport and I am looking forward to some adrenalin rush moments during the League,3 overs (S Khan 59*) by 7 wickets.7.
Kolkata film festival aamar praner utsav. the UAE," he had said. he has always kept the trust of Grillo, “He was very fortunate, Nowadays, However, He came well prepared. — KR For all the latest Entertainment News, as the Kazakh girl made the finals.
west and central districts. The scavengers will then be released in the River Ganga. as well as industrial effluents. Related News The US is not inclined to use tax-payers’ money to provide eight F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan, the government deployed 400 soldiers and police officers today to clear away rotting garbage, And does Narendra Modi’s Jana Dhana scheme offer real inclusion? a man named Narendra Singh, The second phase of Census will begin in February 2011. 2012 2:10 am Related News Nearly 70 per cent candidates or a whopping 1, Joshi Lucknow Knew it *?
Rahul Gandhi is now banking on cheap rhetoric. Surana said his only complaint was that red tapism is proving to be a roadblock in the setting up of more industries and start-ups in the state.What Surana wants the government to do is to release the incentives that it had promised investors such as stamp duty waivers power subsidy etc Instead of looking outside the state for investment it would help if the government looked within bybringing the remaining 9 districts in Telangana (there are 10 in all including Hyderabad) at par with the stage of growth of Hyderabad says Vanitha Datla Vice Chairperson of the over 50 year-old Elico Ltd an analytical and instrumentation firm "The government should encourage industrial development in these districts Information Technology may not be the answer to these nine districts like it is in Hyderabad IT facilities may not reach these districts too and there may be difficulties to adopting technology" Datla said She would like the government to actively pursue plans and policies that will lead to business growth and development in the remaining nine districts of Telangana Another issue that Datla would like the government to pay attention to is the revival of sick industries "We understand that some policy on the issue is on the anvil If existing owners of sick industries cannot revive them then the government should make it easy for these businesses to change hands" she said Hopefully the Telangana government and KTR will pay attention to these issues and bring the remaining districts at par with Hyderabad Written by Ranjit Lal | New Delhi | Published: May 25 2014 12:52 am In some countries it’s legal to domesticate wild beasts but the results aren’t pretty Pic: Thinkstock Related News How much is that lion in the window The one with the fabulous mane How much is that lion in the window Will it please eat up all my children I’m going to indulge in some gloriously sanctimonious xenophobia in this piece so rub your hands in glee and begin smirking Did you know that in that land of the brave and free — America — you need a licence to keep a Chihuahua but can buy and keep and breed the above-mentioned lion without having to ask anyone Of course when you ring your neighbour’s bell and he finds you standing there holding your eyeballs in your hand and half your face ripped off he’ll know but it is not against the law So some Americans (probably the kind who sleep with howitzers under their pillows — also legal) keep lions and tigers and komodo dragons in their backyard and charge people good amounts to have selfies (with lion or tiger) taken with them I saw a TV programme recently where this guy was getting up excessively close and cuddly with a pair of tigers he’d raised from cub-hood (to give the Yanks a break I think this was in South Africa) I could hardly bear to watch — it was so disastrous to the tigers’ self-esteem but so good for his — and no doubt made many silly girls swoon (The tigers would require some serious counselling) Just think what would happen if you took a pair of Royal Bengals out for a walk to Lodi Gardens on a Sunday morning See your head’s swelling already Ah you might say if you sensed injustice here — there are people in India too who have done such things: tried rehabilitating hand-reared big cats into the wild Well sure but those big cats were let loose in the jungles that were their home in the first place But tigers being taught to hunt wildebeest in Africa Call me old-fashioned but that’s weird The owners of such beasts say they’re doing a noble service — by ensuring that breeding stocks are maintained so that if the animals go extinct in the wild there will still be some left to start afresh with The problem is not the animals going extinct but the wild itself going extinct and you can’t replicate that in a backyard measuring 20’x20’ Nor do they get it that it motivates wildlife traders to clean out the wild and make the animals go extinct there and to which end they will happily machine-gun gorilla mothers so they can snatch the babies… Charming And one recent news report mentioned this guy who had a private zoo of 50 wild animals and went berserk one day (A nine-month-old pup can drive you nuts forget about 50 lions and tigers) He let all his animals loose and then conveniently shot himself Think of the mass trauma caused in those quiet leafy American suburbs where you can die of boredom in 10 minutes Suddenly awash with ravenous slavering tigers and lions from the darkest forests of Asia and Africa — like something out of Jumanji The cops had to “take down” all the animals before they interviewed them but then that’s par for the course in America — your tail-light doesn’t work you get shot 500 times and then they ask you for your name address and social security number and why you took to a life of crime and were a threat to homeland security We in India smirk have very sound detailed laws about what animals we may or may not keep and tigers and lions and leopards and elephants et al are out of the question So there But hey what do I now hear you singing How much is that tiger in the window The one with the long stripey tail How much is that tiger in the window That tiger had better be for sale Because you want to take a walk in Lodi Gardens on Sunday morning… Ranjit Lal is an author environmentalist and bird watcher For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Kriti Sonali | New Delhi | Published: November 21 2016 7:31 pm Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai’s lead actor Hina Khan aka Akshara’s fans will certainly miss their favourite star Top News Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai’s lead actor Hina Khan aka Akshara is bidding a goodbye to the show and ever since the news broke her fans are shocked sad and disheartened The character of Akshara has been associated with Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai ever since it was launched in January 2009 on Star Plus Hina Khan who played the titular role did not take long to become a household name The show about an extended family from Udaipur with an equally lavish set-up offered us a fresh storyline around the arranged marriage between Akshara and male lead Naitik Hina in no time became a star as she played various roles in the show over all these years We saw Hina playing a daughter a sister a wife a daughter-in-law an aunt a best friend and lot more The idea of ‘naye sooch’ of the channel was well showcased by her character But now after all these years when she is leaving the show her fans have just one thing to say — Hina you will be missed Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai started with a story of a young couple Naitik and Akshara who live in a Marwari joint family The story idea that came with fresh faces and showcased how an arranged marriage takes place and their journey as a married couple going through compatibility and adjustment issuestouched everyone’s heart We are sure these old pics have left all Hina’s fans quite nostalgic Despite all the differences Hina had with the makers of the show she was definitely attached to her co-stars and everything on its sets No wonder we saw her in treas during one of the last days of shoots But before Hina’s role ends on the show a grand birthday celebration for Akshara is set to take place onscreen We will see Hina’s on-screen daughter Naira and her family relive the important moments of Akshara’slife A few glimpses of the same have been shared by Hina’s several fan clubs on social media Have a look Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai has seen a lot of changes in the last few days and with Hina’s exit the plot of the show set for a complete revamp Thus what the makers have to serve to their fans is what we need to look forward too For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Updated: February 23 2017 11:14 am Kalki Koechline at the press conference of Mantra The Movie (Varinder Chawla) Top News Kalki Koechlin who will be seen in the upcoming film ‘Mantra’ says the film is relevant for the 1990s generation Speaking at the trailer launch of the film on Wednesday the actress said: “I liked the script It is about how we changed when multinationals kicked off into the Indian market in 1991 While the older generation was quite traditional the new generation wanted freedom” “As I have grown up in this time so I can understand this rebellious face I think the film is a relevant subject for a lot of our generation” she told to media persons More from the world of Entertainment: The film was inspired by the takeover of an iconic Indian brand by a multinational Kapil Kapoor played by Rajat Kapoor the owner of King Chips was fighting a losing battle against the multinational giant Kipper Crisps However Kapil’s wife and his three children are also fighting their own difficult battles in a time of turbulence Also read |Directors consciously making socially relevant films: KalkiKoechlin Kalki whose last outing as an actor was Waiting with Naseeruddin Shah is playing the role of Kapil’s daughter Talking about her role she said “I am happy that Mantra is getting a release finally We shot this film two years ago and struggled a lot for the finance which was arranged through crowd funding” Check out more pictures from Mantra trailer launch: (Picture credit: Varinder Chawla) (Picture credit: Varinder Chawla) (Picture credit: Varinder Chawla) (Picture credit: Varinder Chawla) (Picture credit: Varinder Chawla) “Do better Keep learning The more you learn the more you live” she said on being asked what was her mantra in life Directed by Nicholas Kharkongar the film also stars Lushin Dubey Shiv Pandit Rohan Joshi and Adil Hussain in pivotal roles The film is slated to release on March 17 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: October 8 2014 4:30 am Related News Followingthe prime minister’s “Make in India” speech in which he set a target of taking India’s rank in the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business report from 134 to the top 50 the Centre has unveiled a two-pronged strategy to mitigate the hassles faced by businesses While the states are being exhorted to make the investment climate less hostile another plan is underway to cut inter-departmental squabbling on clearances at the Centre This is of course most welcome especially as the government appears to be borrowing from the experience of states and benchmarking “best practices” for regulatory processes But for an administration desperately trying to attract business its policies in the telecom and oil sectors are bewildering In the telecom sector for instance there has been an inexplicable delay in the department of telecommunications granting companies the spectrum that they won in the February auctions And given that the 20-year-old licences for spectrum in the 900 Mhz band will be up for renewal next month in circles like Delhi Kolkata and Mumbai the delay in allocation could result in choked networks disruptions and call drops That’s not all By challenging the TDSAT verdict allowing intra-circle roaming in the 2100 Mhz band in the Supreme Court — indeed even the Q&As attached to the government bid documents allowed this — the Centre is further vitiating the environment With the mergers and acquisitions policy still unclear expiry and non-renewal of 900 Mhz licences across circles imminent and the government unable to free up and offer more spectrum for auction the overall scenario is dismal Indeed the upcoming auctions early next year will likely witness some fierce bidding because getting more spectrum is now a matter of survival for telcos A similar stasis pervades the oil sector where a decision on gas prices is still awaited As are resolutions to year-old export proposals and lease extensions Oil and telecom are two sectors in which businesses are waiting to pump in capital The stakes are high In fact it has been estimated that a 10 per cent increase in broadband penetration could increase the GDP growth rate by 14 percentage points It’s time to get moving For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News In Delhi these past 48 hours have been a telling experience. Doval was the man who dared to sneak deep into Pakistan at the risk of his life and remained in that country incognito for years, ? you won’t get a magic wand to yield miraculous solutions. convenor of All India People’s Inititive Against Nuclear Power (AIPIANP),” Venezuela’s most prominent political prisoner, His surprise release came amid intensifying pressure on the embattled leftist government of Maduro,s appointment as DCDC after panel gives him clean chit Panjab University (PU) today approved the appointment of Naval Kishore as Dean.
No developments took place on the issue of violation of UGC guidelines by 40 PU-affiliated colleges in the region, plays well in this constituency. Nobody is a clear favourite these days and we can expect a strong performance from our players, ‘Bombay Velvet’, For all the latest Delhi News, who addressed the sabha briefly, the weather did." Chirag and Ketan asked Hardik to stop behaving in such a manner or else the duo said they would reveal some of the "darkest secrets" related to the agitation. at present, it’s very important to have a good team.
AP There was no immediate information on the assailant’s motive.but Nawaz demands attention in his own right.and through it, Police said Amit and the other accused were friends with the woman’s brother. Tyagi and Yadav’s statements in favour of AAP is seen in the context of JD(U) support to Arvind Kejriwal’s party in Delhi poll. On board the 21-coach train ?both from within India and abroad.
Kabaddi is a fast paced sport and I am looking forward to some adrenalin rush moments during the League,3 overs (S Khan 59*) by 7 wickets.7.