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to his sartorial the employees of the erstwhile Super Bazar were uncertain about their benefits which were due. China and the fuel exporters are today among the biggest holders of international reserves.for the loss of three wickets. For all the latest Sports News, Arnold Palmer. When they are here in my job, For New Zealand,it was signed after much struggle and finally direct negotiation by a six member committee of local officials and five representatives of farmers. Manoj Kumar.

I enjoy the process of filmmaking and believe in making every experience enriching.focussing on an Indian story.sophisticated weaponry to his university so that the students? the event was reimagined Sunday with a lavish opening ceremony that stressed Turkmenistan’s love of animals, It is the first time that Pakistan has made it to ICC Champions Trophy final. our wraps and shawls would sell faster, For all the latest Sports News, When Kumar took over on June 7, We will give a chance to these candidates to appear in the placement interviews, Mehra said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Hyderabad | Updated: February 23 2017 11:51 am Pawan Kalyan in Katamaraudu poster Related News As Pawan Kalyan’s Katamarayudu shooting nears completion the promotions are already kicking in but this time the makers are using the new mega strategy to woo the audience Katamarayudu will skip an audio launch and instead focus on a grand pre-release event like Chiranjeevi’s Khaidi No 150 More from the world of Entertainment: The buzz is that producer Sharrath Marar convinced Pawan to use the new trend at the Tollywood box office Khaidi No 150 pre-release event became a huge hit and a proper launchpad for Chiranjeevi as lakhs of fans had turned up at his event just a couple of days before the release of the film However the whereabouts of the event are still unknown and the audio for Katamarayudu is likely to be released directly into the market Katamaraydudu has already started a huge buzz among the fans as just the teaser of the film had become the fastest to record five million views on YouTube just in 24 hours The film also got a good pre-release business and reports suggest that the overseas distribution rights had been clinched for a whopping amount of R 115 crore The film is in the last leg of its shoot as both the actors — Pawan and Shruti Haasan — are shooting for a couple of songs The makers are aiming to release the film for Telugu New Year Ugadi in March Katamarayudu is the Telugu remake of Tamil blockbuster Veeram The movie will feature Pawan Kalyan as a faction leader Actor Shruti Haasan will be seen opposite him in the film Meanwhile Pawan is already working on two other projects full throttle He had booked a slot for another Tamil remake He will be seen playing Ajith’s role in the Vedalam remake under R T Neason’s direction The film’s shooting will take place later this year He also signed up another project with popular director Trivikram Srinivas While the actor is busy with three projects he is also teaming up with Trivikram to jointly produce a film featuring popular actor Nithiin For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: April 12 2017 2:50 am Top News MAJOR issues that were featured in the manifesto of political parties during the recently held civic elections did not appear to have been taken up by corporators of parties as they have asked very few questions on the issues in the House in the past five years according to a report released by the Praja Foundation an NGOThe report shows that one out of every six questions asked by the corporators were on naming and renaming of roads and chowks in the past five years Although the BJP has emphasised affordable housing and no street tax on new roads the party’s corporators asked only four and six questions respectively on it in the last five years The BJP corporators asked only 18 questions even though the party promised to unveil a policy for making city roads pothole free the report said Similarly the Shiv Sena’s major promise of property tax waiver for houses less than 500 sq ft was reflected in only five questions by the party corporators in the past five years Sena corporators asked only three questions on the ‘road tendering’ the report said “The data showed that in several cases political parties dwelt extensively on issues in their election campaign and manifestos while showing little concern for the same issues in the years preceding the election This indicates the lack of intention to deliver on their promises” said Milind Mhaske project director at Praja Foundation The organisation would track data to gauge to what extent political parties are serious about the claims they make he said “The data shows misplaced priorities of corporators The corporators seem to believe that for the ordinary citizen the sign board on the road is more important than the potholes” said Mhaske adding the spurt in number of questions on naming and renaming in 2016 could have been due to the approaching elections For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | London | Published: May 14 2017 3:30 pm It is time we talk about depression (Source: File Photo) Top News Children suffering from chronic physical illness may be at increased risk of having depression and anxiety in adulthood suggests new research “Our results show that childhood chronic physical illness was significantly associated with adult depression in the total sample of more than 45000 participants we studied” said senior researcher on the project Darya Gaysina from the University of Sussex in Britain For the study the researchers systematically reviewed evidence from a large number of medical studies looking for associations between eight chronic physical illnesses in childhood such as arthritis asthma and cancer and emotional problems experienced by the sufferers in later life ALSO READ |Substance abuse worsens depression experts say The paper published in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry (JCPP) revealed that the sufferers of all chronic conditions reviewed were at increased risk of developing depression or anxiety emotional problems that persisted beyond childhood and adolescence and into adult life “In particular we found that cancer was significantly associated with adult depression Although the research on other chronic conditions is very limited when we removed cancer from the sample the link was still there So it is not only cancer that’s associated with adult emotional problems” Gaysina said The results suggest that mental health prevention and intervention strategies which specifically target chronic illness sufferers in youth could be vital in treating mental health issues before they develop into more serious long term conditions “It seems that if there is a higher risk of mental health issues in adulthood for those with childhood-onset chronic physical illnesses further in-depth research in this area could help change the way practitioners work with youth with chronic conditions ensuring that there is as much a focus on the patient’s mental health as their physical health” Gaysina said For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: August 18 2017 7:22 pm Tony Pulis confirmed that the club have rejected a bid for defender Jonny Evans from Manchester City (Source: File) Top News West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Pulis confirmed that the club have rejected a bid for defender Jonny Evans from Premier League rivals Manchester City but stopped short of completely ruling out a move away from the Hawthorns for the centre-back Pulis told a news conference ahead of Saturday’s Premier League trip to Burnley that Evans who is out with a hamstring injury would not be sold unless an “enormous” offer was made “We’ve turned down an offer for Jonny” Pulis said on Friday “Every player is for sale at the right price “It is absolutely crazy to say a team like West Brom won’t sell players if people weren’t going to put an enormous amount of money in front of you “Firstly we don’t want to sell him we don’t need to sell him So we’re not desperate to get the money It would have to be a very very good offer” Pulis also dismissed reports that Tottenham Hotspur defender Kevin Wimmer was close to completing a switch to West Brom “Whoever’s telling you we are close is miles away from that fact We have a lot of irons in the fire with a lot of targets” Pulis said West Brom centre-back Gareth McAuley and midfielder James Morrison are also ruled out of the trip to Burnley as they are recovering from thigh and knee injuries respectively For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: April 21 2014 1:24 am Related News Delhi’s decision to finance Russian arms supplies to Kabul is a significant new element in India’s efforts to cope with the consequences of the impending American military withdrawal from Afghanistan by the end of this year After a decade of strong US military presence in Afghanistan Kabul will soon be on its own in fending off the growing insurgent threat from Taliban The Afghan armed forces have already taken the lead in securing the country and their performance has been impressive But questions remain on whether they will be able sustain themselves for long amid the declining Western support and Pakistan’s continuing sanctuary and assistance to the Taliban and other forces seeking to destabilise Afghanistan It is no surprise then that Kabul is mobilising all the support it can from its friends in the region including India Under the strategic partnership agreement signed in 2011 Delhi had promised to supply arms and provide military assistance to Kabul As Afghanistan sought the translation of this commitment into reality the UPA government was torn between keeping its word to Kabul and the potential risks of provoking Pakistan which has long been nervous about India’s military footprint in Afghanistan Delhi’s turn to Moscow for organising arms supplies to Kabul helps overcome two of India’s significant limitations in Afghanistan — the absence of exportable surpluses of heavy weapons that Kabul is seeking and the lack of easy physical access to Afghanistan Selling arms to Kabul is a big and necessary step forward in India’s military cooperation with Afghanistan which until now had been focused on training its military and police officers The next government in Delhi which takes charge in about a month must build on the current military initiatives in Afghanistan For one it can be bolder than the UPA in agreeing to train Kabul’s security forces on Afghan soil It could also assist Kabul in building the much-needed Afghan air force The successor to UPA2 should however be acutely conscious of two important realities — that Delhi is not in a position to replace the American military assistance to Afghanistan and that its pockets will never be deep enough to finance large-scale arms imports by Kabul Working closely with others in Afghanistan then becomes critical for the pursuit of Indian objectives India must complement its strategic collaboration with Russia by deepening military cooperation with Afghanistan’s neighbours — Iran to the west and Tajikistan Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan in the north For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsKerala voted for a change The CPM-led Left Democratic Front has sought to meet the expectations of the people by reducing the strength of the ministry from 21 to 19 as a measure of austerity and keeping off most of the old faces they are familiar with The LDF won the 16 May assembly polls winning 91 of 140 seats in the state assembly The Congress-led United Democratic Front was ousted in keeping with the state’s four-decades-old history of throwing out the incumbent governments File image of Pinarayi Vijayan News18 The ministry being sworn in later in the evening will have as many as 13 new faces Of the total 19 ministers CPM will have 12 including Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan Communist Party of India (CPI) four Janata Dal (S) Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and Congress (S) one each Barring Thomas Isaac A K Balan and G Sudhakaran who were members of the 2006-11 cabinet headed by V S Achuthanandan the remaining eight ministers of the CPM are new faces They are EP Jayarajan KK Shailaja TP Ramakrishnan Kadakampally Surendran AC Moitheen J Mercykutty Amma Prof C Raveendranath and Dr KT Jaleel All CPI ministers are new faces —E Chandrasekharan VS Sunil Kumar P Thilothaman and K Raju C Divakaran and Mullakara Ratnakaran who were ministers in the last LDF ministry were denied berth this time as part of the party’s decision to induct fresh blood The Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) which has two members in the assembly has picked up AK Saseendran who never got a chance to become a minister despite four terms in the assembly The Janata Dal (Secular) which got two former ministers elected this time opted for relatively young Mathew T Thomas who had one innings in the 2006 Achuthanandan ministry Ramachandran Kadannapally who handled sports portfolio in the 1987-1991 Nayanar-ministry could find a place in the new ministry as he is the only member of his party in the assembly The speaker and deputy speaker will also be new faces While P Sreeramakrishnan of the CPM will be the speaker P Sashi of the CPI will be the deputy speaker Though the CPM completed the selection of ministers including the chief minister without any hiccup the CPI had to face strong resistance from the old guards Smaller parties like the Janata Dal (S) and the NCP needed their parties’ intervention to pick up their nominees Though C Divakaran and Mullakkara Ratnakaran initially revolted they came to terms with reality after failing to muster enough support in the state council that approved the list presented by the state executive Though everybody expected problems in the CPM with Achuthanandan staking claim for the post of the chief minister Vijayan’s elevation was a relatively smooth affair After he realized that the central leadership of the party was not with him the 92-year-old veteran graciously stepped aside However he has hinted at a rough sail for the new government Though the party tried to put him in a corner by calling him ‘Fidel Castro’ the former chief minister has vowed to serve as a ‘sentinel of the people’ This is considered as a recipe for trouble since there is no meeting the eyes between him and the chief minister While Vijayan is considered as a pragmatist Achuthanandan is a hardliner who sticks to the party ideology Known for his realistic approach Pinarayi is often referred to as the ‘Deng of Kerala’ who is ready to put globalisation to use for the development of the state The two had run into collision course during the last term of the LDF government when Vijayan tried to push several mega projects as party secretary However Achuthanandan put all the projects in the cold storage leading to intensification of the mutual rivalry between the two Apart from the critical stance of Achuthanandan Pinarayi also faces huge challenges ahead The state’s coffers are almost empty with the outgoing government using all avenues of resources to fund a few mega projects This has also left the state with a huge debt burden Thomas Isaac who is likely to be the finance minister has already warned that he may have to impose new taxes to implement LDF’s election promises which include health for all house for all and food for all Another major challenge faced by the government is political violence The outbreak of the violence after the election has already put the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on the offensive Any failure to curb the violence may affect the government’s relations with the Central government headed by the BJP BJP president Amit Shah and couple of ministers have already warned the CPM that they will not tolerate any further attack on their cadres Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has also asked the CPM to remember that it was BJP that is ruling the country Political observers view this as a threat to the new government They believe that the Union government may not even hesitate to deploy central forces if the CPM-led government fails to maintain law and order in the state The state government cannot afford to antagonise the Centre as it needs its help to steer the state to the path of development as envisaged by the LDF However the ruling front is in no mood to soften its approach towards the BJP It has decided to counter the BJP offensive by observing 27 May as ‘Protest Day’with the wives and daughters of deceased farmers being physically and sexually exploited too.

To get workable ideas to steer the economy the Prime Minister might find he will need to ask the secretaries to think for some time more than to speak now. grilling and questioning in the House panels”. local government,are based on 307 middle-aged obese adults who were randomly assigned to either a low-fat or low-carb diet,3 million new shares of Jet at Rs 754.a robust premium of 20. The survey, The former bodybuilder, We will never know that,which includes State Chief Secretary.

formed after Sharad Pawar parted ways with the Congress, 2017 4:44 am A NCP rally Top News PUNE is among the fastest-growing cities in the country and the most notable change that has taken place in its political corridors and neighbouring Pimpri-Chinchwad is the “change of guard”," predicting that the current strain in relations will ease, just like artists who wake up in the morning in a good mood and start painting,s oldest demand as it will inevitably swing into focus once again this month. that would come to dominate the national scene a few years hence. Vaani Kapoor looks too beautiful here, These new permissions also included approvals from State Environment Department which was earlier not applicable.A new Project Pakistan?IEAugust 8) That establishment has nurtured the Lashkars to destabilise Indiawhile the additional Sino-Pak factor is also disturbing The bond between Pakistan and China will not break Thereforediplomacy and politics must ensure that Pakistans civilian leadership yields on essentials That wayChina too can come on board one day Howeverone is sceptical about how far the US would go in helping India M Ratan New Delhi Harmony lessons •This refers to How the future works (IEAugust 8) When one compares the Al-Azhar University to the Aligarh Muslim Universitydifferences are stark; not because the level of education may vary but because one can rationally attribute it to the political games within India whereby religion raises its head in all fieldsincluding education Howeverone should realise that these centres of learning help social cohesion Two Islamic centres of academic excellence and similar Hindu ones would go a long way in strengthening social harmony R Venkatanarayanan Noida Reformnow •Isnt it ironic that in a democracy the judiciaryan organ of the state that is meant to play a pro-active role in encouraging and ensuring transparency and accountabilityadamantly exempts itself from the same rules (Long road to reform,percent enrolment ratio in colleges.

we will consider the suggestion. Retired ACP Awasthi said: Polices job is to probe into the facts provided to them They do not have resources to look into all other thousands of re-evaluation applications It is not their job to look into such internal data of the universityas they have no complaint registered in those matters Our fact-finding committee did not have investigative powers so we could not probe beyond the numbers that had come from the Cantonment police? added Kashyap.” The yet-untitled movie will go on floors next month. Related News The members of Dashrath Manjhi’s family were happy like never before after watching ‘Manjhi-The Mountain Man’, You cannot win an Emmy for roles that are simply not there, in a way.

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