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in his order issued on Friday, and who ends up completely isolated, who will contest Deoband Assembly constituency, The mahurat shot of the film directed by Omung Kumar and produced by T Series and Legend Studios will take place in Agra. 2012 1:35 am Top News CHANDIGARH: A traffic police head constable Shavinder Singh was thrashed at the traffic light point of Sectors 23 and 24 on Friday when he stopped a vehicle to verify its driver’s documents. Veda Krishnamurthy joined Raut and played some outrageous shot.This move was expected to negatively affect the results,” he said,Holland. A totally new style influenced by tribal art.

former PM and senior leader of the ruling Nepali Congress.the personal music player, 2013 6:16 am Related News Maulana Mehmood Madani, Sourav Pal,was a new day with Bengaluru denying the? who was in charge of Bengaluru for only the? People who don’t want to act think! Govt’s which don’t want to act form committees — Mahesh Bhatt (@MaheshNBhatt) January 1 2016 His comment came soon after acclaimed filmmaker Shyam Benegal was on Friday appointed by the central government to lead a new committee The panel has been formed to recommend a holistic framework for the Indian film censor board and to suggest changes in the Cinematograph Act so that artistic creativity and freedom are not stifled According to an official statement the committee formed upon Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s intervention in the growing issues related to CBFC has been constituted for “holistic interpretation” of the provisions of the Cinematograph Act/Rules Also read:Censorship issues must be looked at from time to time: ShyamBenegal The decision is in sync with Modi’s vision that a milieu should be ensured wherein “artistic creativity and freedom do not get stifled or curtailed and the people tasked with the work of certification understand these nuances” Also read: I don’t see censor panel has anything to do with Pahlaj Nihalani: ShyamBenegal For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shubhangi Khapre | Mumbai | Published: January 18 2017 11:10 am Though Congress leaders acknowledge they are better placed compared to the NCP fears over the Adarsh Cooperative Housing scam have forced them to side track the anti-corruption plank Top News The BJP playing the transparency card has not only irked ally Shiv Sena but has also forced opposition Congress-NCP on the backfoot The party has set the pitch for an anti-corruption campaign not only in the BMC but across ten municipal corporations 25 zilla parishads and 283 panchayat samitis Sources in the BJP said Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis had “flashed a smart card to effectively counter rivals both in-house and opposition using the anti-corruption bait” A senior NCP poll strategist said “In the 2014 Assembly and Lok Sabha elections we paid a heavy price due to our image getting a beating on the corruption issue The tainted ministers in the Congress-NCP government were used in the campaign against us and worked to our disadvantage” He said the alleged multi-crore irrigation scam against former deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar and state NCP chief Sunil Tatkare worked to the disadvantage of the party Watch what else is making news It appears the ruling BJP plans to keep the anti-corruption plank alive in the successive polls The investigation by the Anti-Corruption Bureau into the irrigation scam is yet to conclude against the NCP leaders Though Congress leaders acknowledge they are better placed compared to the NCP fears over the Adarsh Cooperative Housing scam have forced them to side track the anti-corruption plank A senior general secretary of the MPCC said “Former chief minister Prithviraj Chavan can alone speak on the issue of transparency or corruption If we deploy Ashok Chavan to take on the BJP or the Sena it would be detrimental to us They have raked up the Adarsh issue against us” Notwithstanding the facts and status of each case against individual leaders in the Congress-NCP poll managers fear public perception is difficult to change And they cannot take situations for granted Instead they are planning to come out with new details related to demonetisation to counter the transparency card against the ruling BJP For that a team of central Congress leaders are working with the MPCC The Congress and the NCP have drawn up a strategy to keep top leaders away from joining the corruption debate Instead it has pitted its second rung leaders to reply to the BJP on sensitive issues Several BJP leaders spoken to explained that their emphasis on transparency and accountability in civic administration or districts was not targeted at any individual or party At a public debate Fadnavis replying to a question had explained “It (combating corruption) is on merit of the case which is perceived by the authorities concerned without our interference It is neither personal nor politically driven” However the Shiv Sena has not been able to come to terms with the BJP’s pre-condition for a tie-up and Sena leaders have been hitting hard at the BJP with taunts Sena president Uddhav Thackeray said “The BJP should elicit views on what farmers and soldiers along the borders have to say on transparency” The barb was obviously aimed at the hardships caused to farmers due to demonetisation and the controversy over poor quality food as exposed by a BSF jawan Sena MP Sanjay Raut said “We don’t care for transparency We believe in aar-paar (direct) battle in elections” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPublished: May 11 2017 1:33 pm Antonio Conte will surely have one eye on the offseason and beyond (Source: Reuters) Top News The hard work is just about to start for Antonio Conte Top of the English Premier League since early November Chelsea can complete its serene march to the title by picking up three points over its next three games the first of which is at West Bromwich Albion on Friday With the other two matches being at home to out-of-form Watford and already-relegated Sunderland it’s surely a formality for the Blues In public Conte won’t be thinking further ahead than his team’s trip to The Hawthorns but a coach as thorough and hard-working as the Italian will surely have one eye on the offseason and beyond Challenges abound First of all will Conte want to continue at Chelsea Weekly stories linking him with Inter Milan which on Tuesday fired coach Stefano Pioli might be wide of the mark despite the Italian team’s Chinese owners reportedly offering 12 million euros ($13 million) a year Yet his wife Elisabetta and young daughter Vittoria still live in Italy and Conte said recently that it “is not easy” living away from his family Leading Chelsea into the Champions League should be enough of a lure for Conte who has two years left on his contract However being back in Europe’s top competition presents its own challenges Conte has been able to use a settled side in the Premier League without the extra playing demands of Europe _ a point that has been raised by Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho _ so next season will be more of a slog At former club Juventus Conte had two seasons in the Champions League: Juve reached the quarterfinals in 2012-13 before being swept aside by Bayern Munich and then failed to advance from its group the following year After his second try Conte bemoaned the difference between Juventus and the top European clubs saying: “When you sit in a restaurant where a meal costs 100 euros you can’t think about eating with just 10 euros” Virtually the same Juve team went on to reach the Champions League final the following year under Massimiliano Allegri however Conte will have to strengthen the Chelsea squad to cope with Europe and his work in the transfer market is sure to be scrutinized with Conte having been frustrated in his dealings last summer Top on the list of his concerns could be his strikers with Diego Costa potentially set to leave for China this summer Costa has his critics but he has led the line brilliantly for Chelsea this season scoring 20 league goals and won’t be easy to replace Meanwhile is the rarely used Michy Batshuayi good enough as a second-choice striker There are very few weaknesses in Chelsea’s squad but with long-time club captain John Terry set to leave because his contract is expiring and Branislav Ivanovic recently departed the team’s leadership group will be hit Other concerns for Conte might be the fact that opponents have got used to his side’s 3-4-3 formation and might be able to handle it better Chelsea as champion won’t start the season under the radar like it did last August _ the telling statistic remains that no team has retained the title since Manchester United in 2009 For now though Conte will want to enjoy the winning the league for the fourth season in a row at club level And it would be a surprise if it didn’t happen on Friday with West Brom having gone six games and almost two months without a victory in the league TOTTENHAM vs MANCHESTER UNITED If Chelsea drops points at West Brom Tottenham _ seven points behind in second place _ will need to win its final game at White Hart Lane after 118 years to keep alive the title race The stadium is being demolished and a new one with a capacity of 61000 is being built on the same site A victory would also guarantee a second-place finish for Tottenham RELEGATION BATTLE With two games left Hull Swansea and Crystal Palace look to be battling it out to avoid being the third team relegated along with Sunderland and Middlesbrough Third-to-last Hull is on 34 points one fewer than Swansea and four fewer than Palace Hull visits Palace on Sunday while Swansea is away to Sunderland on Saturday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Gandhinagar | Updated: April 20 2016 12:58 am Related News The Gujarat government on Tuesday exempted small salt manufacturers and the co-operatives of salt pan workers from paying Value-Added Tax (VAT) on industrial salt Finance Minister Saurabh Patel announced this in an official release while adding that the decision would also exempt these salt manufacturers from registration and maintaining various registers under the provisions of the VAT Act However the salt manufacturers are not happy with the government’s decision and they have demanded a complete rollback of the VAT on industrial salt citing technical difficulties in implementation of the new conditions imposed by the government to exempt small salt manufacturers Share This Article Related Article As per the official release salt-makers who manufacture salt on plots smaller than 10 acres in size and the co-operatives of salt pan workers who are into manufacturing of salt will be exempted from paying VAT on the sale of salt The release also added that the manufacturers who produce salt on plots taken on lease from the state government would also be exempted from the tax The Gujarat government had in its Budget for the year 2016-17 passed in the state assembly levied 5 per cent VAT on industrial salt with an estimated annual tax revenue income of Rs 5 crore This was for the first time that the Gujarat government levied tax on salt in the state The decision had not gone down well with salt manufacturers in the state And the manufacturers from across the state had gathered in Ahmedabad on April 12 to protest the tax on sale of industrial salt and to decide their future course of action In the April 12 meeting salt manufacturers threatened to stop supply of salt from April 26 if the government did not withdraw the same by April 25 In the meeting salt manufacturers had expressed the view that to bring the salt manufacturing sector under the “Inspector Raaj” by levying VAT on it was a move to harass the manufacturers They had also said that more than 50 per cent salt manufacturers of Gujarat were doing small-scale businesses who did not even know basic computing Invoking the Salt Satyagraha launched by Mahatma Gandhi the salt manufacturers had also threatened to protest till the tax was not rolled back They have also formed a group Namak Satyagraha Samiti (NSS) to protest the VAT on salt On the partial exemption Bachubhai Ahir NSS spokesperson said “We are not satisfied with the latest decision of the government There are many issues related to the renewal of lease of plots and many salt workers don’t have renewed lease Also this decision is to divide salt manufacturers We will continue our protest till the VAT on salt is rolled back completely And our decision to stop the supply of salt for three days from April 26 stands” “The revenue generation from VAT on industrial salt is very small for the state government And we don’t understand why the government is levying tax on such primary commodity as salt for which even Mahatma Gandhi had done satyagraha” he added Harinesh Pandya trustee of Agariya Heet Rakshak Manch a group working for the welfare of salt pan workers said “We appreciate the government’s stand of partial withdrawal of VAT At the same time we continue our support to fight against VAT We strongly demand total withdrawal of VAT on salt” WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Saturday criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi for not making a "strong enough" statement in the wake of the Dadri lynching and also censured him for not reacting immediately to the incident Nitish Kumar criticised Modi on his remarks in the wake of Dadri lynching PTI The JD(U) leader also flayed Modi for invoking the President’s message on tolerance and plurality instead of directly condemning the lynching incident He said Modi’s comments on Thursday on maintaining communal harmony and eradicating poverty were not "strong enough" to allay apprehensions among the people Kumar also accused BJP of playing the communal card to divert attention away from the real issues "The PM should have reacted quickly His statement was not strong enough Instead of remaining silent he should have reacted immediately (on the Dadri incident) to allay apprehensions and repose confidence among people" Kumar told Times Now The Prime Minister’s statement should have been direct and he should not have invoked the President as it is Modi who is the elected leader of the country Kumar said even as he wondered why he had made his remark in Bihar rather than at the central level At an election rally on Friday Kumar had also accused Modi of using President Pranab Mukherjee’s statement as an ‘alibi’ and asked him to show courage to condemn the Dadri lynching incident in ‘unequivocal terms’ Kumar had also dared him to a debate JD(U) is contesting the upcoming Bihar polls as part of a grand alliance with RJD and Congress exuded confidence about their victory and asserted that the alliance would remain intact after the elections even as he dismissed suggestions of joining hands with Asaduddin Owaisi’s AIMIM should such a situation arise Kumar also targeted Modi for his silence on RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat’s reservation comments and alleged that the prime minister’s assertion of focussing on development "sounded hollow" as the Centre had curtailed central allocation to various welfare programmes including MNREGA PTI Written by Manish Sabharwal | Published: July 11 2014 2:42 am Urbanisation is about taking jobs to people not the other way round Related News Job creation is a child of five aligned “geographies” of jobs — physical sectoral firm-size education and legislative To paraphrase Samuel Huntington the gap between India’s ideals and its reality is not a lie but a disappointment And it is only a disappointment because our ideals are high India’s recent election results represent our population’s — particularly our young people’s — impatience with the pace of job creation This budget made interesting down payments on all five geographies: On the physical geography the key points were urbanisation infrastructure and clusters China has 400 cities with more than a million people whereas India has only 50 Urbanisation is about taking jobs to people not the other way round which the budget rightly emphasised: industrial corridors SEZs smart cities industrial cities low-cost housing for youth village internet connectivity and rural housing The two biotech clusters six textile clusters and five new tourist circuits are great ideas because job creation explodes with infrastructure knowledge and supplier clusters These models could be replicated and scaled for other industries The budget highlighted infrastructure projects: 24×7 power industrial corridors Northeast rail connectivity village roads drinking water warehousing capacity ports highways etc On the sectoral geography the two defects in India’s labour markets — 12 per cent engaged in manufacturing and 50 per cent in agricultural employment — are closely related because people have not been able to move off farming due to a lack of alternatives The budget stressed the importance of manufacturing employment through its many improvements to “the ease of doing business”: GST retrospective taxation etc The higher ceilings for FDI are important — more than 60 per cent of China’s exports come from multinationals and salaries there have increased at 17 per cent in dollar terms every year for the last five years The shift in focus of the MGNREGA to productivity will involve asset creation and skills and should accelerate non-farm rural job creation With firm-size geography redefining the limit for MSMEs was important; India’s firms are mostly dwarfs rather than babies We cannot compete with China as long as 85 per cent of manufacturing comes from firms with less than 50 employees Access to capital is an important constraint; the proposal for licensing small banks and the fund for startups are relevant on this count The budget deals at length with “plumbing” to remove regulatory cholesterol An electronic eBiz portal integrating government ministries by December 31 24×7 customs clearances streamlining tax administration to avoid harassment etc should be complemented by aggressive recommendations from the MSME committee As far as education geography is concerned unemployability is a bigger problem than unemployment Fixing the lousy Apprentices Act converting employment exchanges into career centres and the convergence among various skills schemes into a national multi-skill mission are long overdue The allocation for school assessments and for teacher training are probably inadequate but signal an imminent shift from the enrolment- based discourse of the RTE to an outcome-based right to learning act The new IITs IIMs and AIIMSs are welcome; in a country where these institutes largely provide signalling value this expansion can happen without damage The new medical colleges are interesting but hopefully only a preview to a strong pushback against those who want to regulate medical education The allocation for virtual classrooms signals acceptance of MOOCs and may lead to overdue distance education reform On legislative geography there is widespread disappointment that the budget did not have more to say about labour law reform and its provident fund announcements were inconsistent with its big message of living within means as it made an actuarially untenable decision to raise the pension provided by the Employees’ Pension Scheme On the first I believe the budget is an inappropriate forum to signal specifics; labour law reform has been killed many times by incomplete and badly sequenced announcements Real action on labour reform was begun many days ago on the website of the Central ministry of labour and in states like Rajasthan On the second the unified account scheme was positive but creating competition for EPFO and ESI were clearly a missed opportunity because they don’t have clients but hostages Fixing our five geographies of work requires differentiating between a recipe (how) and the list of ingredients (what) The list of ingredients is well known But a recipe is about proportioning sequencing and choosing Unfortunately the budget speech made it sound like a list of ingredients even though the details clearly show that it was more of a recipe One clear takeaway for next time: a professional speechwriter This budget recognised that plumbing (execution) is more important than poetry (strategy) The writer is chairman Teamlease Services For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: August 18 2017 5:46 pm Gulzar directorial Libaas won critical acclaim but was not released in India Related News In a treat for Gulzar fans on his 83rd birthday his unreleased film Libaas is all set to hit the big screen this year The unreleased title made in 1988 was languishing in the archives of the Directorate of Film Festivals Zee Classic with its brand proposition Woh Zamaana Kare Deewana today announced the theatrical release of the movie The plot of the film which features veteran actors such Naseeruddin Shah and Shabana Azmi is based on Gulzar’s own short story Seema from his Raavi Paar collection The story revolves around theatre director Sudhir (Shah)and his actor wife Seema (Azmi) Their life appears picture perfect but appearances are often deceptive in the world of showbiz The movie also features Raj Babbar Sushma Seth Utpal Dutt Annu Kapoor and Savita Bajaj The music has been composed by one of Gulzar’s frequent collaborators R D Burman Libaas was produced by Vikas Mohan whose dream will realised by his sons Amul Vikas Mohan and Anshul Vikas Mohan Amul said “I’m lucky to be a part of this project It couldn’t be released at that time for some reason This was my father’s life-long dream and I’m happy it’s finally coming true “The film will be in theatres by the end of this year We will announce the release date in a few weeks after further discussion” The film will be distributed by Zee Studios in India Libaas was shown at the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) in Goa after a gap of 22 years on November 22 2014 It was also screened at the International Film Festival at Bangalore in January 1992 Gulzar who is celebrating his 83rd birthday today is one of the most prominent and prolific names in Hindi cinema Besides being a successful poet and lyricist he had an active career as a director that began with Mere Apne in 1971 Gulzar later went on to direct classics such as Parichay Aandhi Mausam Angoor Ijaazat Lekin… Maachis and Hu Tu Tu He stopped directing films to concentrate on his writing and translating Rabindranath Tagore’s work but he is still very active as a lyricist and won the Oscar for Jai Ho from Slumdog Millionaire For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sushmita Sarkhel | Bengaluru | Updated: May 5 2016 5:42 pm Responding to non-verbal cues is extremely important to become a good lover (Source: Thinkstock Images) Related News Last weekend at the lag-end of a party a few friends and I were lounging around when someone brought up the topic of exes “She was fantastic in bed” recalled the friend smiling at some distant memory (which of course he didn’t share with us) That however got the ball rolling and soon we were all talking about the times when we had the ‘best sex ever’ Stories ranged from one-night stands to monogamous relationships lasting decades The funny thing though no one talked about how well-endowed their partner was Sure that did come up in some other context but that was not what necessarily made them great lovers Read More In my line work as well we get asked this question plenty of times How do I get better at sex How can I satisfy a woman How do I enlarge my penis (Presumably that’s linked to better sex as well) And while there is a tonne of anecdotal advice on the Internet telling us what to do and what not to all of it can be broadly classified under three simple principles (these principles – I should warn you – have nothing to do with the size of your penis or you mastering the Kama Sutra) 1 COMMUNICATE Okay bear with me for a moment here We’ve all heard this one I know But it’s not just about communicating your needs during sex that is important A recent study has shown that it’s important to get comfortable with the overall idea of talking about sex itself Naturally having safe sex falls under the ‘good sex’ category and Dr Emily Morse sex and relationship expert says that even being able to openly talk about the basics is a sign that you’re doing something right Once that box is checked take things to the next level “Communication during sex has been linked to more sexual satisfaction” says Elizabeth Babin an expert on health communication at Cleveland State University Ohio But why is communication so important any way Remember sex is a highly personal varied experience What one partner might like the other might abhor So talk about what both of you like enjoy and want to experiment with (consent is sexy) And while yes it’s good to have a partner that understands your needs and wants you owe it to yourself to enjoy the sex too right So get vocal 2 LISTEN You have communicated to your partner what you want and vice versa That’s not going to magically give you the best sex of your life Listen Pick up on non-verbal cues Remember the time when you were getting it on and thought to yourself: ‘Woah this person really knows what he/she is doing” Chances are your partner was simply responding to subtle changes in your body language According to Babin non-verbal communication was more closely linked to satisfaction than verbal communication “It [non-verbal communication] could be perceived as being less threatening so it might be easier to moan or to move in a certain way to communicate than to say ‘Hey this feels really good I like that’” While this might sound really complicated just being present and in the moment and responding to those subtle cues go a long way in satisfying your partner says Morse Read all the Let’s Talk columns here 3 BE CONSIDERATE Sometimes even if the sex is say mediocre at best the way a partner treats you goes a long way in enhancing the overall experience From foreplay until you walk out of the door everything in between counts I remember one of my exes would go fetch glasses of water for both of us right after sex It was a very simple act but it showed he cared Morse agrees “The moments following sex can be a pivotal in determining what kind of a lover he will be To some this might seem a little over the top but it really makes a difference for your overall sexual experience” So to quickly sum it up be it a one-night stand with someone you’ll never see again or sex with someone you’re planning to be with for the next seven births being considerate attentive and communicative are three simple ways to have the best sex of your life For news updates follow us on Facebook Twitter Google+ & Instagram Sushmita Sarkhel is Content Head atwwwlovetreatsin Let’s Talk is a fortnightly column focusing on sexual wellness and couple intimacy For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: IANS | New York | Published: September 17 2016 3:12 pm Significant improvements were also found among participants in mental health aerobic endurance and outcome expectations for exercise (Source: Thinkstock images) Top News Incorporating laughter into a physical activity program could improve older adults’ mental health aerobic endurance and confidence in their ability to exercise a study has found In the study older adults participated in a moderate-intensity group exercise program called ‘LaughActive’ that incorporates playful simulated laughter — self-initiated as bodily exercise — into a strength balance and flexibility workout The findings showed that simulated laughter can be an ideal way for older adults with functional or cognitive impairment Significant improvements were also found among participants in mental health aerobic endurance and outcome expectations for exercise Further 962 per cent participants found laughter to be an enjoyable addition to a traditional exercise program 889 per cent said laughter helped make exercise more accessible and 889 per cent reported the program enhanced their motivation to participate in other exercise classes or activities “The combination of laughter and exercise may influence older adults to begin exercising and to stick with the program” said lead author Celeste Greene graduate student at Georgia State University Despite the health benefits of physical activity and the risks of physical inactivity many adults don’t engage in sufficient physical activity to achieve health benefits Maintaining the motivation to adhere to regular physical activity is a challenge for many older adults the researchers said Adults should participate in a minimum of 30 minutes of physical activity at least five days a week to achieve desirable health outcomes according to the US Department of Health and Human Services’ 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines These health benefits include lower mortality and a reduced risk of a number of chronic conditions including coronary heart disease high blood pressure stroke Type 2 diabetes metabolic syndrome osteoporosis colon cancer breast cancer anxiety and depression Regular physical activity also reduces the impact of age-related declines in aerobic endurance the incidence of falls and hip fracture and the degenerative loss of muscle mass quality and strength All of these benefits are crucial in older adults maintaining their ability to perform activities of daily living The pleasant associations with laughter may add enjoyment to an exercise program and keep older adults motivated to work out the researchers noted in the paper published in the journal The Gerontologist For six weeks the participants in the study attended two 45-minute physical activity sessions per week that included eight to 10 laughter exercises lasting 30 to 60 seconds each As laughter is scientifically demonstrated to strengthen and relax muscles the intentional laughter exercise was incorporated into the workout routine after every two to four strength balance and flexibility exercises For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: January 2however,s mother.

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