This statement evoked an intervention from former Additional Solicitor General Indira Jaising,so they decide to stick to what they had done- but things don? 2010 is about moving forward, Speaking to The Indian Express,P. became successful at the box office.particularly heroin. limping to the locker room with a left ankle sprain. For all the latest India News, Police said Dabhade was lodged in prison in the case of allegedly attempting to murder Shetty in December.
Police said that Ali was arrested from Bhagirath Vihar area, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Los Angeles | Published: October 1, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Published: December 6,s Sita sits on a rock, For all the latest Delhi News, 2015 1:45 pm Lashar-e-Toiba terrorist Mohammad Naveed. Dalip Kumar Jha. in an ironic twist, children passing by would peep in and ask how Shaktiman was.candidates.
We are not responsible for the safety of vehicles parked in the designated grounds where the supporters of various political parties will wait, said Sengaonkar For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pallavi Chattopadhyay | Updated: April 6 2017 9:06 am The festival aims to create a climate where the arts can flourish Top News For over 18 years artist-photographer Samar S Jodha has been working with children from underpriviledged backgrounds in Asia and Africa initiating them into the art of photography and affording them agency to be confident of who they are Last year Jodha was in Goa for a workshop at Auxillum School Caranzalem helping children between age groups of 12 and 14 to present the world as they saw it These children whose parents are migrant workers were armed with cameras They captured forts fish markets and nature These photographs honed by Jodha are on display at “Express/Apsire” an exhibition at Bikaner House Delhi It is the venue for the 11-day long Serendipity Arts Festival organised by the Serendipity Arts Trust Culled from its first edition held in Goa last December there will be seven events in the Capital With crafts photography exhibition design installation dance theatre and storytelling session the Delhi edition offers a slice of the Goa festival “We had 53 projects spread across eight venues in Panaji with 14 curators in Goa but this is a small DNA selection For us what is important is keeping a project going and evolving The intention was to hold it in different places Just as the production Sandhi was showcased as part of the Kochi Muziris Biennale recently we are bringing a part of it to Delhi” says Smriti Rajgarhia Director of Serendipity Arts Trust The exhibition “Indian Crafts: Traditions and Expressions” brought together by Manjari Nirula Vice-President of World Crafts Council Asia-Pacific Region and Jyotindra Jain co-editor of Marg Publications is a representation of 20 different crafts ranging from sculptures and textiles to paintings that can be bought On display will be national award-winning craftsman Ram Soni’s hand-cut stencils artist Kalam Patua’s Kalighat paintings artist Chandra Bhushan Kumar’s Madhubani paintings and craftsman Mohammad Matloob’s jaali carving among many others “We want to support the craftsmen and create an environment for them to prosper In today’s climate the project looks at how crafts need to develop and how they can be at par with contemporary art” says Rajgarhia The collaborative piece Sandhi will feature Kuchipudi dancer Amrita Lahiri and Carnatic vocalist Sudha Raghuraman “At Goa we had a full audience where we used different primitive instruments to create the mood and depth of an ocean as part of the Samudra project In the one-hour long production the ocean is seen as an aggressive mother in place of the typical doting mother who spoils her child and the earth is treated like her child Musically rich it is highly relevant in today’s scenario when we are polluting the sea” says Delhi-based vocalist Raghuraman 39 On April 14 there will also be an hour-long storytelling session by Salil Koitsu Mukhia inspired by his travelogues and his documentation of local tribal myths and oral traditions from his encounters with tribes in the eastern Himalayas The play Dr Khanna featuring wheelchair-bound actor Divya Arora and actor Tom Alter delves into the relationship between a patient and a doctor and will be staged on April 15 Serendipity Arts Festival will be held at Bikaner House from April 6 to 16 Entry is free For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by BollywoodHungamaNewsNetwork | Published: January 13 2012 5:05 pm Related News Producer Sajid Nadiadwala has confirmed a sequel to his 1997 comedy Judwaa which starred Salman Khan in the lead The film with Salman playing a double role was one of the biggest hits of that year and his performance was appreciated by all But for the sequelSalman has been replaced by Saif Ali Khan Not just thatthe film’s sequel will be helmed by Sajid Khan Sajid Khan and Saif have been wanting to work with each other since a very long time and now that they have found the right scriptthey are looking forward to it The makers are also planning to hire technical experts from Hollywood to play up the duplicity The rest of the cast is yet to be finalized CurrentlySajid Khan is busy with Housefull 2’s post-production and the story-screenplay of his next film starring Ajay Devgn Sajid will start shooting for Judwaa 2 only after the completion Ajay’s film ‘Judwaa 2’ is set to go on floors early next year For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News” According to Gadkari all the Congress chief ministers including former? The Congress which is raising questions related to contentious? The government would ensure land for laying the optical fibre cable and provide necessary space in all panchayat offices for establishing the network, the AAI board has approved creation of additional posts of ATCOs in various grades, along with Russia, It’s just not a common feature for the area.this has been her “most difficult role” till now.on the state is truly dispiriting.NAFED buys commodities directly from the farmers and then sells them to consumers through its own stores.
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Ours is a highly elliptical orbit and so we will take more time….Their orbit is probably one-third of ours In the six months (about 180 days) we have completed about 800 orbits of Mars” said Kiran Kumar while talking to mediapersons about the mission on the sidelines of Gujarat Innovation Society Award Function in Ahmedabad on Wednesday “Originally when we planned the mission the life of MoM was estimated to be about six months after the insertion (into the Martian orbit) So on March 24 we completed our originally planned mission But all subsystem are still working fine and we have a fuel of 39 kilograms still remaining So it can last for a long time” the said of ISRO said emphasising that the MoM could survive for “years” in the Martian orbit The Ceramic Servo Accelerometer weighing about 50 grams have one of the most important fuel-saving devices on-board the Mangalyaan which is carrying five important payloads including a Mars Colour Camera Methane Sensor for Mars Lyman Alpha Photometer Mars Exospheric Neutral Composition Analyser and Thermal Infrared Imaging Spectrometer Last year Joji Chaman Group Head Mechanical Design and Production ISRO Inertial Systems Unit (IISU) Thiruvanathapuram had received the prestigious Shri Hari Om Ashram Prerit Dr Vikram Sarabhai Research Award 2013 for developing the device along with his team “But we have one major event which we have to look at Sometime in June this year we have for two weeks a communication blackout because the Sun Earth and Mars will be in the same line as a result of which no communication will be possible for 14 days So during that time the autonomous systems built in the satellite is supposed to take care of all operations But anyway we have to wait and watch” Kiran Kumar said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | Thiruvananthapuram | Published: March 29 2013 9:23 pm Related News Kerala government has geared up its machinery to meet the expected rush of ‘homecoming’ expatriates from Saudi Arabia in the wake of the kingdom’s new labour policy envisaging strengthening localisation of jobs “Homecoming is a reality and we cannot show any laxity on the issue” state Minister for Non-Resident Keralites Affairs K C Joseph said here today He said Saudi Arabiaas per information received by the governmentwas not willing to extend the cut-off datethat ended last Wednesdayfor the expatriates to leave it in the wake of implementation of new labour policy “Nitaqat” He pointed out that the state government had already taken up the matter with Centre and sought its intervention to see that Saudi Arabia ‘take a liberal approach and give some time’ for the expatriatesmostly unskilled workers Joseph said the state government was working out a rehabilitation package for the expatriates returning from Saudi Arabiaadding the Cabinet at its next meeting on Wednesday would take up this issue seriously Answering a questionhe said government did not have exact count of expatriates who could become the targets for deportation under the new law which mandates reserving 10 per cent of jobs even in small and medium business establishments for Saudi nationals As an immediate stepthe government plans to conduct a survey of expatriates with the help of local bodieshe added The state government would also take up with Air India the possibility of providing concessional rate tickets to those who want to returnhe said The Minister hoped that Saudi Arabia would not take a tough stand on the matter as ‘exodus of large number of workers in the lower stratum would affect the functioning of small business houses and shops Another important matter the Centre had to take up was that the persons who would have to leave that country should not be treated as ‘criminals’ as such a stamp on their passports would prevent them from seeking jobs in any Gulf countries Howeverhe said the NGOs and other organisations in Saudi Arabia had informed the state government that ‘situation is not alarming’ as projected Chief Minister Oommen Chandy in a letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh yesterday sought the Centre’s intervention to see that Saudi Arabia took a liberal approach on the implementation of its new labour policy Around 57 lakh Keralites are working in Saudi Arabia as per a 2011 estimate India raises concern over Saudi’s new labour policy Dushanbe: India today raised its concern with Saudi Arabia over its policy of reserving 10 per cent jobs for localsa decision which will hit over 3 lakh low-and semi-skilled workers from India with a sizable number coming from Kerala Minister of State for External Affairs E Ahamadwho is in Dushanbethe capital of Tajikistanto attend the Asian Development Dialoguetoday met Prince Abdulaziz bin Abdullah bin Abdulazizvice minister of Foreign Affairsand conveyed the anxiety and concerns of India on the issue The Prince assured Ahamad that Saudi will always give the best consideration for Indians working in the Kingdom and values its very cordial relations with India The Saudi Ministerwho is here to attend the conferencesaid he will bring the matter to the notice of the Labour Ministry and concerned authorities when he gets back to Riyadh On his partAhamad told the Prince that India enjoys the best of relations with Saudi and hope that no step will be taken that will adversely affect expatriates in the Kingdom The Indian Embassy has also taken up the matter with the Saudi GovernmentAhamad siad adding”There is no panic situation as of now The Indian government will pursue the matter in the best possible way” Overseas Indian Affairs Minister Vayalar Ravi yesterday said he had asked the Indian Ambassador to Saudi Arabia to take up the issue with Riyadh and its Labour Ministry and ensure that there would be no job loss for Indians on a mass scale The new labour policycalled Nitaqatmight lead to the denial of job opportunities for large number of expatriates from Indiaespecially from KeralaChief Minister Oommen Chandy said in a letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh “It has come to my notice that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has initiated strong steps to implement Nitaquat law to expand employment avenues to its nationals which may ultimately lead to the denial of job opportunities for expatriates” he said In 2011228 million Keralites were working abroad Of themsome 570000 are in Saudi Arabiaa report said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: ANI | Kathmandu | Updated: December 30 2016 12:21 pm As per the Indian government’s decision Indian banks will not accept the old notes after December 30 (File) Top News With the deadline set by the Indian government to exchange old notes in denominations of Rs500 and Rs1000 expiring on Friday India has said that it will make “special arrangements” for Nepal to replace all demonetised bills According to the Kathmandu Post New Delhi will soon dispatch a team to Kathmandu to hold consultations with Nepal Rastra Bank officials to finalise the modality of exchanging the notes Earlier a team led by the NRB deputy governor with representatives from the Ministry of Finance was scheduled to visit India WATCH VIDEO |Government Drops Four-Year Jail Term For Holding Old Currency Notes Authorities in India however have said there was no need for Nepali officials to visit India as they were busy managing the situation arising from the decision to pull the notes back from circulation India had formed an inter-ministerial committee earlier to suggest ways for resolving the problems faced by the diplomatic community and holders of the currency in Nepal and Bhutan Replacement of the old notes is likely in the first week of January “There will be some provisions for exchanging the old notes in Nepal for a limited period” an Indian official said requesting anonymity The Indian Embassy in Kathmandu is in regular contact with Finance Ministry officials for addressing the problem In a meeting with Nepali Ambassador to India Deep Kumar Upadhyaya India’s Minister of State for External Affairs Gen (Retired) V K Singh had pledged measures to replace the notes “We have received assurances that there will be some provisions and we are awaiting a decision” Ambassador Upadhyaya said Officials say there will be a short window for exchanging the notes There could be difficulties for people residing in rural areas to get the new notes Nepal has requested India to allow a Nepali to exchange the notes worth up to Rs 25000 As per the Indian government’s decision Indian banks will not accept the old notes after December 30 The remaining notes could be deposited to designated branches of the Reserve Bank of India until March 31 with sufficient explanation for the delay For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Khushboo Narayan | Mumbai | Published: March 18 2017 4:13 am Top News Maharashtra accounts for almost half the assets managed by the mutual funds industry in India not surprising considering it is home to the country’s financial capital According to data from the Association of Mutual Funds in India Maharashtra accounted for Rs 812 lakh crore of assets under management (AUM) about 453 per cent of the overall Rs 17 9 lakh crore AUM at the end of February The state was followed by Delhi (Rs 178 lakh crore) Karnataka (Rs 133 lakh crore) and Gujarat (Rs 107 lakh crore) Haryana which accounted for Rs 102 lakh crore assets rounded off the top five and was the only other state to have more than Rs 1 lakh crore AUM Surprisingly for a state which is home to the nation’s two stock exchanges equity assets accounted for only 25 per cent of Maharashtra’s AUM second only to Haryana’s 18 per cent In Gujarat as much as 42 per cent of AUM comprised of equity assets Incidentally Uttar Pradesh which accounted for Rs 61700 crore AUM had a 50 per cent equity assets share In terms of mutual fund penetration measured by per capita AUM Delhi soared ahead because of its smaller population It has AUM per capita of Rs 106 lakh followed by Goa with Rs 93370 and Maharashtra’s Rs72290 per person Haryana was third among the top five with Rs 40220 crore AUM per capita Have a comment or suggestion for City Biz Write to [email protected] with subject line: City Biz For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News MAVEN has completed over 1000 orbits of Mars in about 200 days. 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