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between security forces and militants in Chadoora of Budgam district in central Kashmir," Sharma said in a statement.a play based on The Godfather and scripts based on Star Wars and Frankenstein.including sewerage,but we are still too young, For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: June 11 2017 1:13 pm Aishwarya Rai Bachchan made her comeback with Jazbaa in 2015 said that she has carved her own path and never bothered to stick to the expected norms of choosing films Related News Aishwarya Rai Bachchan says she would love star in a Marathi film The actress was present at the music launch of Vikram Phadnis’s debut Marathi film Hrudayantar on Saturday Asked if she’s interested in playing in a Marathi film Aishwarya said: “I would love to Thanks for asking me this question in front of public and media” The 43-year-old actress made her acting debut with a Tamil film titled “Iruvar” in 1997 She says she’s an actor and for her it doesn’t matter where and in what language a film is being made The actress who made her comeback with “Jazbaa” in 2015 said that she has carved her own path and never bothered to stick to the expected norms of choosing films “I have never been one to cater to all these expected norms I have carved my own journey and I think my career is proof enough for that So of course I would love to work in Marathi as well as in any other language the film is being presented to me” she said For Aishwarya the script matters “As long as the script excites me and I am happy to work with the team then of course I would love to” she said “Hrudayantar” was launched by superstar Shah Rukh Khan who also gave the first clap for shooting of the film to commence The trailer launch was done by actor Hrithik Roshan Phadnis is grateful to the entire Bollywood industry for giving him support for his first film “I think the marketing and promotion has already begun but I cannot thank my Hindi film industry enough in this life time Ever since my muhurat the way this industry has supported me for my 25 years of work I owe them for a life time” Phadnis said See the latest photos ofAishwarya Rai Bachchan: Supporting the director Aishwarya said: “Promotion is the core of the day and it is happening at every platform But you (media) should appreciate Vikram’s ability to keep it true and bring magic to every platform he has chosen be it muhurat or trailer launch or music launch or any forthcoming events And the fact is yes he has forged amazing friendship over all these years which you (media) are getting to witness over all these platforms” she added Hrudayantar stars Subodh Bhave Mukta Barve Trushnika Shinde and Nishtha Vaidya It will hit the screen on July 7 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: March 15 2017 12:32 am Top News After developing multiple softwares to improve the national electoral roll the Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) headquartered in Pune plans to undertake other projects with the Election Commission The C-DAC has sent a project proposal to the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) pertaining to the development of next-generation Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) that would enable a voter to vote from anywhere and any time on the day of polling Watch What Else Is making News “We are currently researching this concept… after finding out that voters often miss out on voting due to their inability to reach the polling booth” said the outgoing Director General of C-DAC Rajat Moona The idea is to ensure that Election Commission officials at every polling booth would have information about all the booths the entire electoral area and all constituencies etc in the city with them “It will be up to the EC to consider this idea… and implement it” said Moona Under the Rs 4500-crore National Supercomputing Mission (NSM) the C-DAC will also take another step forward; it will develop a 500-teraflop capacity supercomputer fitted with liquid cooling mechanism “For the first time a supercomputer of this league will be fitted with a cooling mechanism that uses far less energy to operate” said the director general The CDAC which is partnering with the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) for NSM is mandated to develop super computers for academic institutions It has developed three super computers with the capacity of one petaflop and two supercomputers of 500 teraflops each So far six academic institutions have been identified including the Indian Institute of Science the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) Pune two Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and the National Institute of Technology (NIT) “ It is heartening to see that the response to the supercomputers is growing accordingly we are developing supercomputers of varying capacities that suit the requirements of the institutions” said C-DAC Executive Director Hemant Darbari For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Rakhshanda Jalil | Updated: January 14 2015 2:11 am That the right to dissent works both ways seems lost on the champions of free speech Related News While the killing of the French cartoonists must be condemned in unequivocal terms I find myself hard pressed to hold a placard and declare “Je suis Charlie” As the pressure mounts among friends and colleagues and on social media to claim ownership of Charlie Hebdo and by extension all forms of radical expressions of dissent freedom of speech and the right to offend I must say in equally clear terms: “I am not Charlie Hebdo and I am not a terrorist” I cannot have a choice forced upon me I cannot be deliberately offensive And I refuse to revel in puerile ways of ridiculing the “other” In the din of outrage evoked by the January 7 killings moderation seems to have become the first casualty What’s more for one — and especially a Muslim — to withhold one’s solidarity for what Charlie Hebdo was and what it consistently stood for is tantamount to being the “other” not to mention humourless rigid and untrustworthy in a deeply polarised world That the right to dissent works both ways seems lost on the champions of free speech This seems akin to former President George W Bush’s famous assertion while launching his “war on terror”: “You’re either with us or against us” The frightening rightwing-ism of the defenders of subversion and satire is matched by ignorance of what Charlie Hebdo has published — not occasionally but consistently The killing of 12 persons is not the first extreme reaction evoked by the satirical newspaper since its inception in 1970 In its previous avatar as Hara-Kiri it was shut down by the French government for making fun of Charles de Gaulle It resumed publication in 1992 and adopted a deliberately offensive stance towards all forms of authority and religion Its offices were firebombed in November 2011 after a special issue “guest-edited” by the Prophet Muhammad gave rise to condemnation among both Muslims and non-Muslims Many among the French establishment found the cartoons not merely in poor taste and lacking in humour but also “excessive” Politicians and opinion writers went so far as to find the drawings “irresponsible inopportune and imbecilic” The cover proclaims a punishment of “100 lashes if you don’t die laughing” I frankly didn’t While it is true that humour is subjective and my inability to find it in those drawings may be due to my personal shortcoming surely satire must have an element of intelligence I was unable to find any sharp penetrating insight any flash of brilliance even a smidgeon of genuine understanding behind the banality and nastiness Joe Sacco an acclaimed graphic artist writes in The Guardian of January 9: “Along with grief came thoughts about the nature of some of Charlie Hebdo’s satire Though tweaking the noses of Muslims might be as permissible as it is now dangerous it has never struck me as anything other than a vapid way to use the pen” Pointing out the “limits” of satire Sacco goes on to note “when we draw a line we are often crossing one too” Charlie Hebdo was crossing that line repeatedly and doing so with impunity Of course its cartoonists did not deserve to die for it Of course the sane sensible reaction to any form of offence is to ignore and disregard Of course the right thing to do is to not buy the Charlie Hebdo if you don’t like what it prints Refuting charges of Islamophobia and racism Charlie Hebdo has claimed the right to offend and offend with impunity While it is true that the newspaper has taken potshots at all religions including Christianity and Judaism it is also true that its staff dip their pens in a special vitriol when it came to Islam It has always derived a perverse pleasure in displaying a gleeful irreverence for Islam and its Prophet Given that Muslims constitute the single largest — and most visibly distinct — minority in France its darts have found a perfect target among the immigrant populations crowded in the urban ghettos that skirt Paris Given also that Muslim immigrants are the poorest and most disenfranchised of French citizens the consistent attacks in print acquire a sinister xenophobic tinge in a country that is becoming alarmingly rightwing despite its avowed secular credentials It must also be remembered that one of Charlie Hebdo’s staff members Maurice Sinet was sacked in 2009 for being anti-Semitic Sinet had mocked then President Nicolas Sarkozy’s son for marrying a Jewish heiress for her money; he was lambasted by the French intelligentsia and pressure was brought upon the newspaper’s editor to fire him since he refused to apologise The magazine showed no such sensitivity towards Islam and all Muslims including the Prophet Muhammad are routinely depicted as savages and barbarians The stereotyping is willful and motivated with a strong political subtext: all cartoons show Muslims as bearded turban- or hijab-wearing and jellabiya-clad thus reinforcing the link between Islam and West Asia All Muslim caricatures have popping eyes and lurid smirks as though all Muslims are gun-wielding fanatics like the two misguided youth who killed Charlie Hebdo’s staff members It becomes difficult therefore to see Charlie Hebdo as a bastion of leftwing anti-clericalism a champion of free speech and an equal-opportunity offender Hence my refusal to extend solidarity for a gratuitous provocateur Jalil is a Delhi-based author [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Priyanka Sharma | Mumbai | Published: November 16 2016 9:53 am After Dear Zindagi was passed with zero cuts Alia Bhatt called censor board something they would have hardly heard before Related News Actor Alia Bhatt is happy with the U/A certificate given to her upcoming film Dear Zindagi and says the Censor Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has been kind with their views for the movie The Gauri Shinde-directed drama also features superstar Shah Rukh Khan Pakistani actor Ali Zafar Kunal Kapoor and Angad Bedi When asked about her reaction to the U/A certificate for the film Alia said “I am very excited Censor board has been very kind very generous very sweet with their words My film is getting released and I just want to see the audience’s reaction” The film is scheduled to release on November 25 Watch: Alia Bhatt at Twinkle Khanna book launch According to media reports the film has been passed by CBFC with no verbal or visual cut DNA quoted the censor board members that it would be a crime to cut even a single scene from Dear Zindagi They have also commended Shah Rukh Khan saying least censorial intervention is required in his movies Read:Censor clears Alia Bhatt’s Dear Zindagi commends Shah Rukh Khan for doing clean movie Alia was speaking at the red carpet of the launch of Twinkle Khanna’s book The Legend of Lakshmi Prasad The 23-year-old actor was not only a guest at the star-studded event but was also among those who read excerpts from the book for the present audience The book Twinkle’s first fiction work is a compilation of four short stories Read:Twinkle Khanna asked Karan Johar full form of MNS his reply will make you forget Koffee With Karan When Alia’s turn came to read a passage from one of the stories the young star said “I am terribly nervous I don’t think I was this nervous before giving my first shot for my first film But I want to say thank you for having me here It is a very intelligent room very wise room” At the red carpet Alia also spoke how she is fond of Twinkle’s sense of humour “Her sense of humour is at some other level You can watch Koffee with Karan to know that I am a huge admirer of the human being that Twinkle is I am honoured to be here at her book launch” Watch: Alia Bhatt’s Dear Zindagi Take 4 Watch: Alia Bhatt’s Dear Zindagi Take 3 Other narrators were veteran actor Shabana Azmi and Ranbir Kapoor The launch was moderated by Twinkle’s close friend Karan Johar Also present at the event were her husband Akshay Kumar son Aarav mother Dimple Kapadia and friends from the industry including R Balki Sonali BendreHomi Adjania and wife Anaita Shroff Adjania For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: August 16 2017 3:11 pm Former Australia opener criticised the Nagpur strip where India won inside three days (Source: Twitter) Top News On the occasion of India’s 71st Independence sport stars across the country’ sent in their wishes and celebrated the day in their won manner However one wish which stood out was former Australian opener Matthew Hayden’s way of sending across his greetings In a unique way Matthew Hayden posted the English version of India’s National Anthem on Independence Day His gesture drew a lot of applause on social media and also received a lot of praise Happy Independence Day India pictwittercom/JK2PoAHt12 — Matthew Hayden AM (@HaydosTweets) 15 August 2017 You can read the full text of the English version below- May the ruler of the hearts of all people Dispenser of India’s fortune Whose name rouses the hearts of the Punjab Sindh Gujarat and Maratha Of the Dravida and Odisha and Bengal Whose name echoes in the Himalayas Whose name mingles in the music of the Yamuna and Ganga And whose name is chanted by the waves of the Indian sea ‘May He bless you and protect you May He smile on you and be gracious to you May he show you his favour and give you his piece’ Now and forevermore Amen It may be recalled here that Hayden was among the many many sports stars who celebrated the Independence day by sending in their wishes The Indian cricket team led by Virat Kohli unfurled the tricolour at Kandy on the occasion of the 70th year of Indian Independence Indian skipper Virat Kohli sent his Independence day wishes on social media and also revealed why it is special for him Incidentally Kohli’s father late Prem Kohli shares the birthday on the same day as India got independent For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News facilities such as washrooms and beds were of poor quality.who is also chairman of Rajkot District Co-operative Bank. ending his 87-run partnership with Mushfiqur.called the European Stability Mechanism, the petitioner filed a rejoinder arguing that by October the model code of conduct would be implemented for the Assembly polls.

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