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Ashaysar Desai 59 not out (125b, Top News Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in a statement in the Assembly on Tuesday said that his government has decided to provide subsidy to potato farmers for transportation of their produce to other places for better prices. Well, “You can’t raise objections offhand. file a fresh application” the court said The court also said that the stay order issued by the court last year to restrain the government from taking action against vehicles that display advertisements was still in effect The court will next hear the case on August 22 The new guidelines specify the system of approvals for advertisements and the areas where they can be displayed Advertisements cannot be displayed without approval from municipal bodies and are allowed only for vehicles having GPS/GPRS systems Apart from political advertisements those on sale of alcohol or tobacco products or those that refer to violence indecency obscenity cruelty to animals or promotion of any racist or sectarian behaviour have also been banned The rules also state that no reflective material psychedelic or moving displays can be used for the advertisements PSVs in Delhi include all public transport options from rickshaws auto-rickshaws taxis school buses and buses run by contract or Delhi Transport Corporation The Sheila Dikshit government had in June last year courted controversy by banning advertisements on PSVs after auto-rickshaws had started sporting AAP posters in the run up to the Delhi elections The auto unions had approached the HC alleging that the order was “discriminatory” since the Motor Vehicles Act allows government to only regulate and not prohibit advertisements on vehicles For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | New Delhi | Updated: December 31 2014 11:19 am Demanding a ban on Aamir Khan-starrer ‘PK’ right-wing group Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) termed the film part of a larger scheme to discredit Hindu religion and rituals (Source: PTI) Related News It was beyond the scope of the information and broadcasting ministry to restrict the viewing of Aamir Khan’s movie ‘PK’ and those opposed to it were at liberty to move court union minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore said on Tuesday (December 30) “The information and broadcasting ministry has no legal right whatsoever to restrict the viewing of any film” said Rathore the minister of state for information and broadcasting “Freedom of speech is enshrined in our Constitution” he added Also read – Hindu organisations tear posters disrupt screening of Aamir Khan’s ‘PK’ in Agra The movie is being opposed by right-wing organisations who say certain scenes hurt the religious sentiments of Hindus and promoted ‘love jihad’ In a countrywide protest the groups called for the suspension of the film’s screening while members of the Bajrang Dal and the Vishwa Hindu Parishad protested outside theatres tore the film’s posters and raised slogans denouncing Aamir Khan and filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani ‘PK’ part of scheme to discredit Hinduism: VHP Demanding a ban on Aamir Khan-starrer ‘PK’ right-wing group Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) on Tuesday (December 30) termed the film part of a larger scheme to discredit Hindu religion and rituals VHP spokesman Vinod Bansal told IANS that they have also demanded an overhaul in the film censor board which approved the movie and a “change in its character” is needed “The movie makes fun of Hinduism in every possible way For those who are saying it hits at other religions too all together the scenes of attack on Christianity and Islam will last for two minutes But for the rest of two and half hours or more they keep making fun of Hinduism” said Bansal on a day when protests were held at cinema halls in Delhi screening the film “The movie is so insensitive the character was an alien but the director was not” he said Bansal called it a part of a scheme to discredit Hindu rituals “We want an immediate ban on the movie and the government needs to change the character of the censor board Every one says that we should not have problem when the censor board has cleared the movie the question is who is heading the board…” he said Bansal added that National Investigation Agency (NIA) must probe the source of funding for the movie after Bharatiya Janata Party leader Subramanian Swamy’s claim that the movie was funded by ISI Asked about the vandalism the spokesman said: “Are the theatres not guilty of screening the movie and being a party to the malignant agenda” Must Read – ‘Intent of ‘PK’ is to uphold love and brotherhood’ says Rajkumar Hirani He also claimed that there was no vandalism in Delhi theatres “We staged peaceful protest at Delite cinema and another protest at Priya cinema” Asked to air his objections on the movie Bansal said there is a long list Make Aamir Khan’s ‘PK’ tax free: Agnivesh Arya Samaj leader Swami Agnivesh Tuesday advocated tax exemption for Aamir Khan-starrer ‘PK’ in view of the movie’s “new message” that would encourage scientific temperament among students across India Agnivesh welcomed “th film which takes a swipe at superstitious beliefs and false idol worship practiced by some people in the name of religion said a statement released by his organisation Bandhua Mukti Morcha As the film’s storyline questions exploitation of devotees and followers in the name of religion Agnivesh urged people to “ignore the hue and cry made by some of the so-called religious leaders like Swami Ramdev and other religious outfits like Vishva Hindu Parishad or Jamaat-e-Islami Hind” “It is natural that such religious leaders and institutions are bound to get threatened for their survival as the movie hits out at the blind faith” he said in the statement He congratulated Central Board of Film Certification chairperson Leela Samson for rejecting a review of the screening certificate to the film despite pressure from religious fundamentalists VHP protests against ‘PK’ in Hyderabad ‘PK’ on Tuesday (December 30) faced protest here as activists of right-wing Hindu groups held a demonstration outside a cinema hall demanding that its screening be stopped The owners of Megha a cinema theatre in Dilsukhnagar area had to briefly suspend screening of the movie due to protest by Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) and Bajrang Dal activists Police said about 30 protesters gathered outside the theatre tore and set afire the posters of the movie They also raised slogans against Khan and the film’s director Rajkumar Hirani The protesters alleged that certain scenes in the film were “objectionable” as they “hurt” the religious sentiments of Hindus Also read – Row over ‘PK’ slightly dents its collections Alleging that the film had hurt the religious sentiments of Hindus they demanded that its screening be immediately stopped The protestors left the theatre after police reached there The screening of the movie resumed as police provided protection Police said they were stepping up security around theatres screening the movie to prevent any untoward incident Last week some Bharatiya Janata Party workers lodged complaints against the movie at two police stations in the city They sought action against the makers for hurting religious sentiments of Hindus Police however have not registered the case A police officer said they have sought legal opinion in this regard VHP international working president Praveen Togadia who was here to attend a meeting Monday however declined to say anything when asked to comment on ‘PK’ controversy Protests against ‘PK’ in Delhi VHP and Bajrang Dal activists on Tuesday (December 30) protested at various cinema halls in the capital and vandalised a theatre screening Aamir Khan’s movie ‘PK’ saying it was against the religious sentiments of Hindus Demanding an immediate ban on the film the activists of the right wing groups protested outside Delite theatre in central Delhi’s Daryaganj and south Delhi’s PVR Priya Around 70 protesters of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad and the Bajrang Dal gathered outside the Delite theatre at 1145 am They smashed windows tore up posters and banners and raised slogans against the film directed by Rajkumar Hirani The other group of activists staged a protest around 4 pm outside Priya The right wing groups demanded a ban on ‘PK’ which has generated controversy for its portrayal of godmen and their misuse of religion for personal gain “The movie hurts the sentiments of Hindus it should be banned immediately” Hindu Sena national president Vishnu Gupta told IANS Gupta also demanded the immediate removal of the censor board chairperson Read – Young India defends ‘PK’ so does Bollywood He said similar protests will be held Wednesday if their demands were not fulfilled A Delhi Police official said: “After receiving complaints of protests at several places we have deployed security personnel at the cinema halls to maintain law and order” ‘PK’ posters vandalised in Madhya Pradesh The Bajrang Dal on Tuesday (December 30) continued its protest against Aamir Khan’s ‘PK’ in the state alleging that the film insults the Hindu religion and rituals They tore and burnt the posters of the film while demanding a ban on the screening of the movie directed by Rajumkar Hirani in Neemuch in Malwa region The activists proceeded towards Rajmandir movie hall with saffron flags in their hands and demanded that the screening of the movie should be stopped However Additional Superintendent of Police Neemuch Pankaj Pandey told IANS that the protesters were stopped before the cinema hall and were not allowed to disrupt the screening of the film For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: December 6 2014 1:36 am Residents joined by local politicians alleged that the shop was illegal and did not have a licence (Source: IE photo by Purusottam Sharma) Top News Around 50 people gathered outside a recently opened liquor shop in Central Delhi’s Gandhi Nagar area on Friday protesting that it was illegal Police deployed a team on standby to avert any untoward incident “Residents gathered outside the liquor shop calling for it to be closed down They claimed that it had illegally come up However we informed them that the shop had the government’s approval and a legal licence The protesters then agreed to disperse No force was used” a senior police officer said Police said a few residents had been objecting to the store for the past week Over the last two days they were joined by politicians “The shop owned by one Bobby Arora was opened 10 days ago We have been living in this area for several years and we cannot allow drunk men to roam around as our daughters and daughters-in-law will feel threatened We cannot allow this in a locality where respectable people including government officials live” Congress worker Anita Sharma who was the area councillor for three years said Former MLA from Matia Mahal and Congress leader Shoaib Iqbal said “The area around the shop has shops on the ground floor but homes on the first floor There is a school very close and a temple close by Residents felt that problems could arise because of the liquor shop It is also evident that rules have been broken Before an alcohol shop is opened permission has to be sought from the MLA and I was not asked about this I also went to Police Commissioner B S Bassi and conveyed the problem to him He said he would relay the matter to the government and do everything to prevent a law and order situation” “Shoaib ji had joined the protest two days ago and came today as well We also met the police commissioner who assured us that the matter would be taken care of” a resident said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Published: June 17,” Cyrus said. 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