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The defence argued for transfer of the case to the court of the predecessor judge (ASJ Krishna) relying on a Delhi High Court division bench judgment which had allowed a defence petition challenging the transfer of a case involving Javed Ahmed Tantray, saying she has found so much in common between India and Pakistan.

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homestays are the new craze for tourists visiting North Bengal.who said that the rate of increase in the number of vehicles in the city was shockingly high,s success in UP (a specific reference to Firozabad,com For all the latest Opinion News,Hindustan Times,Bareilly Ki Barfiis an Indian adaptation of Nicolas Barreau’s bookThe Ingredients of Love(St Martin’s Griffin 2010) which Ashwiny had picked from Delhi International Airport after finishing the final schedule ofNil Battey Sannata Speaking toHT Ashwiny said "I was tired but I couldn’t put the book down I even made Nitesh read it and he agreed that the basic story could become the theme for a film I was so excited I even told my producers Abhay Chopra and Juno Chopra (late filmmaker BR Chopra’s grandsons) about the story immediately They put in a lot of effort to contact the publishers in France and procure the rights to the book" Bareilly Ki Barfi is slated to release on18 August along with the Shraddha Kapoor-starrerHaseena Parkar By: AP | Northen Ireland | Published: July 10 2017 3:23 pm Jon Rahm finished on 24-under 264 overall breaking the record to par by three shots for a second victory of 2017 (Source: Reuters) Top News Jon Rahm enhanced his burgeoning reputation by winning the Irish Open by six strokes and a record tournament score on Sunday shooting a 7-under 65 in a final round marked by two eagles and rules controversy The 22-year-old Rahm one of the hottest young players in world golf holed out from 150 yards for eagle on No 4 and strung together four straight birdies from No 7 to turn what promised to be a tight final day into a procession at Portstewart Golf Club The 11th-ranked Spaniard added a second eagle with a long putt on the par-5 14th to put more distance to his chasers led by David Drysdale following his course-record 63 early Sunday Rahm finished on 24-under 264 overall breaking the record to par by three shots for a second victory of 2017 and in little more than a year as a professional “To actually play my best golf that I can remember and shoot 24 under on this golf course and win it by six that is not something I would have believed I was capable of” Rahm said “I learned a lot about myself and it’s a really really special day” His resounding victory on the links made him believe his first major title could come in two weeks’ time at the British Open at Royal Birkdale “It proves to me I can perform properly on a links golf course and that’s what I’ve got to take to The Open” Rahm said “I know now that I have what it takes “I know I can read the putts right I know I can interpret the wind and I can hit the shots and I can manage myself around the golf course properly enough to have a chance to win The Open” Rahm avoided being handed a two-shot penalty for replacing his ball incorrectly on the 6th green following emails and calls from TV viewers Andy McFee chief referee of the European Tour said Rahm made a “reasonable judgment” after having moved his marker one putter length to the side to get it off the line of playing partner Daniel Im “I know it’s a little suspicious sometimes but I knowingly did it” Rahm said “I moved my marker so it was not in the way of Daniel’s and put it back and when I replaced my ball I thought it was in the same exact spot” When told by McFee on the 13th hole that there had been complaints Rahm said: “I told him “Listen if it’s a penalty stroke let me know now I’ll accept it” Richie Ramsay (65) and Matthew Southgate (66) were tied for second on 18 under with Drysdale tied for fourth alongside Justin Rose Ryan Fox and overnight joint-leader Im Ramsay Fox and Drysdale qualified for the British Open at Royal Birkdale which starts July 20 courtesy of their top-10 finishes For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPublished: May 26 2014 12:18 am Related News In January after the disclosures by Edward Snowden about the scale of the US intelligence apparatus’s cyber snooping capabilities President Barack Obama acknowledged the need to curtail the National Security Agency’s damaging practices and to begin a conversation on how a balance between national security and civil liberties could be struck If it was clear then that downsizing the surveillance state would be a difficult task the version of the USA Freedom Act that passed the House of Representatives last week underscored that fact Major revisions to the bill to water down its provisions from the version approved by the House Judiciary Committee led to some of the bill’s most vociferous backers withdrawing support though the legislation still passed with 303 votes for indicating bipartisan consensus But the last-minute amendments stripped away the privacy protections and transparency requirements while expanding the potential pool of data the NSA can collect In changes supported by the White House the language of the bill was made more vague replacing the definition of a search term that the NSA can use to collect information from “a term used to uniquely describe a person entity or account” to “a discrete term such as a term specifically identifying a person entity account address or device” This leaves enough ambiguity to enable nearly the same kind of mass surveillance as the NSA currently conducts Despite the damage to America’s reputation at home and abroad — the Chinese media for instance recently denounced the US as a “mincing rascal” — real reform in intelligence-gathering practices was always going to be a challenge Advocates for the bill hope that the law will get some of its teeth back in the Senate Though this remains the best political opportunity to institute reform both Congress and the White House have shown little appetite for the battle it would entail For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shubhra Gupta | New Delhi | Published: November 27 2016 12:00 am Greed is good: Dil Chahta Hai embraced wealth and freed it from the shackles of morality Top News There was a time when a person with money in Hindi films was a sure-shot Bad Person There were several kinds of villains but those in possession of loads of cash were automatically branded hoarders black-marketeers smugglers and thieves Or worse: the mere mention of money in fact was the marker of a character who we knew would either be derided or scoffed at or come to A Bad End In the1958 Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi the incomparable Kishore Kumar sang : “Tere liye majnu ban sakta hoon laila laila kar sakta hoon… lekin pehla de de mera paanch rupaiya barah anaa” We knew that the mention of that ridiculous sum in front of the stunning Madhubala is just a joke We are being set up for laughs and we chortle as we are meant to Just two years before in 1956 money (or the lack of it ) had raised its vile head in another Kishore starrer called simply Paisa Hi Paisa in which a miserly father would like his son to acquire a rich bride Again it is a comedy and we know that pyaar will win not paisa But money showed up in dark ways too Raj Kapoor’s poor gaon-wala in Jaagte Raho (1956) is mistaken for a chor and chased through the night by people who possess everything but goodwill and generosity That the middle classes were greedy and insensitive was very clearly the theme of Jaagte Raho: the divide between the noble suffering poor and the corrupt rich only got deeper down the decades The ’60s were full of wealthy fathers wearing velvet jackets and smoking pipes and delivering lectures on amiri and gareebi Being poor meant that you had to be a victim Moushumi Chatterjee’s character in the 1974 Roti Kapda aur Makaan undergoes a horrific rape on mounds of aata in a godown: the gap between the have-not woman and the aggressors all haves is as ugly as it has been in the movies as is the depiction of helplessness and humiliation that such economic privation can lead to When Amitabh Bachchan declared famously in Deewar (1974) “Main aaj bhi phenke huey paise nahinuthata” we are instantly aware of its rich irony Bachchan’s Vijay has been forced to cross over to the wrong side but we know that he is innately good that his pursuit of ill-gotten paisa will keep him away from the pyaar of his mehbooba and more importantly his ma and his redemption will lie only in his death Amitabh Bachchan in Deewar: Main aaj bhi phenke huey paisa nahinuthata The rich boy-poor girl trope got fresh wind in the 1989 blockbuster Maine Pyar Kiya when Salman Khan’s Prem and Bhagyashree’s Suman are split asunder because of the difference in their “status” That they come together in the end is a decisive win for pyaar not paisa The economic liberalisation in 1991 made India a different country The impact of the loosening up of the license raj and other restrictions kickstarted the creation of a new middle class This was a growing number which started taking branded exported consumables for granted as well as the spending power Money became a desirable thing and greed was finally good That you could have your cake and eat it too was the statement du jour of Dil Chahta Hai (2001) DCH broke away from the poor-are-good and the rich-are-evil templates that had been pretty much graven in Bollywood stone It was a breakthrough film and its embracing of wealth and freeing it from the shackles of morality re-defined the way Bollywood made use of money from then on Watch:Dil Chahta Hai – Title Song The DCH trio Sid Samir and Aakash live in homes that are tastefully but clearly opulent Whose dining tables are laden with gleaming silverware Whose living rooms are like American “dens” strewn with flat-screen TVs expensive leather couches and video games Who think nothing of leaping into expensive cars to drive off for a weekend On a whim On an impulse This is not a holiday planned months in advance on the Leave Travel Allowance that came your salaried way once a year This was a “hey guys let’s go to Goa” Just because they can DCH gave us the kind of rich people we had never seen before They were wealthy because they had presumably earned it with nary a mention of black money Post demonetisation no more old muddy-green Gandhi notes for latter-day Munnabhais What is Bollywood going to use for cultural currency now I’ll trade you a brand new Rs 2000 note for an answer For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: May 29 2017 7:06 pm Salman Khan often picks up his painting brush His paintings are unique some are abstract and some have modern strokes Related News Salman Khan is a man of many talents As much as he can make his fans laugh and cry at the same time onscreen his Midas touch cannot be missed when it is about holding that paint brush too The Sultan actor is a fine performer and he has been quite humble about it So much so that he recently called himself a ‘limited actor’ at the trailer launch of Tubelight However Salman has hardly ever spoken about his another skill — that he can paint A closer look and you’ll realise that his paintings do a better talking about his thoughts whenever he has made a piece of art Also read |KRK roasts Tubelight trailer: ‘Salman Khan is not a Tubelight but a Lallu’ Watch video Salman Khan has always revered painting and has been caught indulging into it in his alone time Lately the Dabbang actor has been sketching a few portraits of Jesus Christ This time around the actor made a beautiful painting of Christ while on the sets of Tubelight And the entire crew was in awe of his excellent work Many of them were even surprised when they came to know about his hidden talent Check out the painting Salman Khan made on the sets of Tubelight The painting which actor Salman Khan made on the sets of Kabir Khan directorial Tubelight Salman being the multi talented actor got closer to his painter side during his difficult times spent in jail His paintings are unique some are abstract and some have modern strokes He loves mixing colours on his palette The Tiger Zinda Hai actor mostly paints religious themes like Buddha Shiva or Christ and more backed by his interpretation of oneness of God Salman keeps most of his paintings locked up in his Panvel farmhouse and sometimes he also gifts them to his friends in the industry Some of his paintings are also auctioned and the funds go directly to his NGO — Being Human His upcoming film Tubelight is produced by him and his mother Salma Khan and directed by Kabir Khan It stars Salman Khan Sohail Khan and Zhu Zhu and will have a worldwide release on Eid For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Srinagar | Published: September 8 2011 5:48 pm Top News Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullahsenior cabinet ministers and other National Conference leaders on Thursday offered prayers and paid tributes to party founder Shiekh Mohammad Abdullah on his 29th death anniversary The memorial service was held at the highly guarded tomb of Shiekha marble floored structurelocated on the banks of the Dal Lake at Hazaratbal Omarwho is the grandson of Shiekhoffered prayers at the grave of his grandfather Shiekh died on September 81982while holding the chair of the Chief Minister Among those who paid tributes were Member of Parliament Mustafa Kamalwho is the son of Shiekhcabinet ministers Ali Mohammad Sagar and G R Malikthe Chief Minister’s advisors Mubarak Gul and Devender Singh Rana Veteran leader Muhammad Yousuf Gilkar while paying tribute termed Sheikh Abdulllah as savior of kashmiris and recalled his efforts for the people of state”There is no one of his stature in the whlole state”Gilkar added Governor N N Vohra also paid homage to Shiekh and recalled his significant contribution in laying the foundation of Jammu and Kashmir as a secularpeaceful and progressive state For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Kamala Kelkar | New Delhi | Published: September 4 2013 1:38 am Related News Noting that groundwater extraction had led to severe depletion in the water tablethe National Green Tribunal on Tuesday tasked an inter-governmental committee with forming a plan to fix meters and charge for extracting groundwater in the capital Responding to its own counsels application that lakhs of unauthorised tubewells are encroaching on the capitals groundwater supplythe NGT appointed a committee to figure out how to affix meters and a charge for consumption Justice Swatanter Kumar said extraction has depleted the water table by hundreds of feet For thisno consumer is paying any money This becomes an incentive for illegal and unauthorised use of groundwater? "All concerned shall implement the recommendations of the Justice Lodha Committee report as far as practicable, Under what law they say so?" he asked Both Srinivasan and Shah were disqualified from becoming the office bearers of BCCI or state cricket bodies as they fell under the category of debarment for either having conflict of interest or attaining the age of 70 years or being an office bearers of state cricket associations and BCCI for cumulative terms of nine years as per recommendations of Lodha panel and accepted by the apex court The bench has fixed the matter for hearing on August 18 when it will consider two issues –implementation of Lodha committee report as far as practicable by the BCCI and state associations and the two names which are to be chosen to fill up the vacancies that has arisen in the apex-court appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA) headed by former Vinod Rai With inputs from PTI Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 24 2012 2:30 am Related News Two engineering students on Tuesday were arrested by the Chandigarh Police for trying to outrage the modesty of a foreign national The incident happened at 230 am when two studentsHamif Muteb26and Zainab23 both natives of Uganda were going to the latters residence The two accusedKaran and Mandeepcame in a car and tried to outrage Zainabs modesty When Hamif tried to stop theman argument ensued The foreigners ignored the duo and went to Zainabs accommodationwhere the accused followed them and threw stones at them Soon thereafterthe victims alerted the policewhich caught the accused after a chase Laterthey were booked for criminal intimidation and an attempt to outrage the modesty of a woman Both the foreign nationals are students of BBA at a private institute They were made to go through a medical examination as Hamif suffered injuries on his right arm when the accused threw stones at them As per the policeKaran and Mandeep are engineering students at a Landra college and live in Sector 40-C Karan was recently released on bail after he was booked on charge of attempt to murder A medical examination of the accused was conducted at Government Multi-Speciality HospitalSector 16 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAhmedabad | Published: March 26 2014 2:58 am Related News Gujarat Pradesh Congress Committee’s minority cell chairperson Gulabkhan Rauma has allegedly received a threat SMS on him mobile phone from an unidentified person asking him to join the BJP by accepting an offer of Rs 50 lakh or be ready to be killed According to Rauma the SMS was sent from phone number +12267928365 on March 21 However the sender of the message has not identified himself The SMS reads: “You bloody leave the Congress otherwise you will be shot dead You take Rs 50 lakh and join the BJP Be ready to die if you don’t accept the offer” Speaking to The Indian Express Rauma said that he tried to call back on the number to know who sent the message but he found that it was not a cellphone number Rauma said that he had given a written complaint to Patan police and the latter had begun investigations Rauma in a statement released on Tuesday said that if such a threatening message could be sent to the chairperson of the party’s minority cell to ensure that he (Rauma) did not work in favour of the party’s candidates how much pressure would be there on ordinary members of the minority community to keep them away from the poll process State Congress spokesperson Manish Doshi said that the party would be taking up the matter with appropriate election and police authorities in this connection For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Arita Sarkar | Mumbai | Published: February 17 2016 2:43 am Related News AFTER ranking 10th in the first Swachh Bharat survey the civic body has charted measures to improve ranking in subsequent surveys Apart from closing spots where garbage is openly dumped in the city BMC is planning to increase number of centres for disposal of electronic waste in the city Mumbai had ranked 147 in a cleanliness survey in 2014 after which the BMC took certain measures including targeting open defecation spots and enabling door-to-door garbage collection The survey has three parameters — feedback from citizen surprise visits by officials and checking of spots by examining evidence “Out of total 2000 points Mumbai secured 1534 and has been regarded as the best performer among mega cities We are intensifying our efforts and will continue working on slum sanitation programme” said additional municipal commissioner Pallavi Darade In the coming months BMC will focus on closing spots where garbage is openly dumped “In densely populated areas the residents openly dump garbage in bins Mumbai cannot have open garbage dumps and we have to methodically address this issue We have compiled many spots and will ensure that door-to-door collection system is put into effect” said municipal commissioner Ajoy Mehta Stressing on importance of proper disposal of electronic waste Darade stated that they are planning to increase the number of plants in more wards “Currently there is one plant in Vile Parle where electronic waste is treated separately and disposed of There has been a good response there and we will increase number of centres in more wards” said Darade aritasarka[email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express AppWritten by Vinay Siwach | New Delhi | Published: January 7 2017 7:38 pm Sakshi Malik (L) won 16-0 against Pooja Dhanda Top News It was another performance that had the crowd on it’s feet There were chants of her name even before she came up on the mat Sakshi Malik says that she was nervous about her first bout after the Rio Olympics But all that was just “momentarily” Five months back Sakshi went on a spree of comeback wins in her bouts at the Olympics which ultimately helped her finish on the podium with a bronze medal She won her matches in Rio even after trailing in most of the them But Friday was different for her Neither was she under pressure of a Olympics nor of winning a medal for the country Sakshi steamrolled her opponent Pooja Dhanda to win her first bout after the Rio Games She not only the bout but she did it in style winning by technical superiority “I was nervous before my bout as it was after a long time I was back on the mat It is always a nice feeling to wrestle After the Olympics I had gained a lot of confidence as there were so many top class wrestlers in Rio I learnt a lot” Sakshi said Though the result of her bout was in her favour the way she wrestled in New Delhi on Friday was far from how she did in Rio As soon as the bout began Sakshi gave no chance to her opponent from the Jaipur team Pooja returning to the mat after an injury lay-off of one-and-a-half years was clearly on the defensive right from the start and that gave Sakshi her first point of the bout The first period was turning out to be a dampener for the crowd until Sakshi pulled off her favourite move Like in Rio Sakshi pulled off the double leg attack and scored two points with the takedown and soon after she had Pooja in the gut wrench scoring four points in the same movement She led by eight points at the end of the first period And before it went to the last minute of the bout Sakshi pulled off another attack on Pooja followed by two gut wrenches to lead 14-0 By one more takedown she finished the bout The Pro Wrestling League has tweaked the rule of technical superiority by making it compulsory for a wrestler to take 15-point lead to win by tech fall instead of Olympic rule of 10 points As the clock hit 5:32 the crowd chants of “Sakshi Sakshi” became louder But she calmly went to her team dugout After months of felicitations and functions in India post her bronze medal Sakshi had little time for practice before the league But she says it was a thing that she was worried about before the league “After so many days when one goes to the mat there is a lot to do and one has to adapt to it I was prepared for this bout” she said Throughout her bout Sakshi dominated her opponent getting in better positions and holding the centre of the mat She looked far stronger than Pooja and her movements were quick and clinical Even Pooja got a first hand experience of it While she agreed that she could not match Sakshi’s strength it her opponent’s experience and practice that she found really difficult to beat “I like to counter attack but today it was Sakshi who did that She never gave me a chance Also I am wrestling a bit under-weight as this is my first tournament after by ACL surgery on my left leg But she has far more experience than me” she says This was the fourth time in their careers that Pooja and Sakshi wrestled each other Back when both were cadet wrestlers Pooja and Sakshi had wrestled with the former coming out on top One more time in a local dangal in Bawana Sakshi got the better of Pooja The third time was a selection trial for Asian Championships where Sakshi beat Pooja in the final few seconds of the bout A week after the trails Pooja suffered the ACL injury during the national camp Sakshi’s win on Friday could not help her team Delhi to win their first tie in the league as they had already lost it after losing four of their five matches But being the captain she thinks it is time they come back harder “This was a experience and we would like to win next time We still have four matches and the results will change We come back for another match on Sunday and hopefully we will have a different result” she said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Yubaraj Ghimire | Published: December 8 2014 12:04 am China is more popular today and has as much influence and presence in Nepal as India does Top News Anand Swaroop Varma the editor of Teesri Duniya with open sympathy for the radical Left including the Maoists sent out a clear message through his column that the support that Narendra Modi has been able to draw in Nepal is the latest version of what used to be called “Sikkimisation” in the years following Sikkim’s merger with India in 1975 Varma’s influence on Indian policy in Nepal especially after 2005 ultimately led to the Maoists being brought to the centrestage of Nepali politics and the monarchy’s overthrow Independent observers of the peace and the failed constitution-making process over the last eight years have often said Nepalese actors post-2006 were frequently taking dictates from the Indian bureaucracy But there were no critical voices from the Indian side about how far it ought to get into Nepal’s internal politics It is however true that Modi has been criticised by many in Nepal this time round unlike in August when he addressed the Constituent Assembly and indicated that his government would be more involved in Nepal’s industrial and economic growth The dynamic of the bilateral relationship had evidently changed in the days following as major hydro projects were signed and politics seemed to take a backseat But Modi revived it on his last visit when he said that the constitution even if incomplete should come about by consensus and by the January 22 deadline But Nepal’s politics fast heading towards instability and the likely failure to write the constitution within that deadline will definitely be an issue for not only the Nepalese people but also India which believed its new post-2005 Nepal policy would keep its northern neighbour permanently in its sphere of influence and China out Just the opposite has happened China is more popular today and has as much influence and presence in Nepal as India does None of the actors the Indian establishment had actively supported including the Maoists are popular among the people any more For the BJP which has come to power eight years after India’s policy shift it is an opportunity to blame the UPA for the mess But clearly India cannot escape the price of instability in Nepal and the consequent geostrategic fallout Those close to the previous regime and those opposed to the BJP seem to have embarked on a policy of offence towards Modi as evident in Varma’s criticism The criticism of Modi in the Nepali media and some political circles has multiple reasons He gave the impression in August that he and top officials would be monitoring Nepalese affairs instead of leaving it to intelligence agencies and junior diplomats as under the UPA Also his emphasis on the constitution at any cost erases the difference ordinary Nepalese saw between him and the UPA leadership In all likelihood the Constituent Assembly will eat into the time allotted for soliciting public opinion to maintain the deadline if it still insists on delivering the constitution But there are other groups — both secular and pro-Hindu state pro- and anti-federal republican and monarchist — that are rapidly polarising and have threatened to burn the constitution if it does not incorporate their respective demands If the Constituent Assembly ignores public opinion the document it will call the “constitution” will likely be rejected by a majority [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: March 1 2017 9:40 am Not her white Ralph and Russo dress Priyanka Chopra’s ridiculous interview with Jennifer Aniston is meme-worthy? That ? dinks, For details.