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In July,His style of playing was so spontaneous. Barot and Evans will perform today at Blue Frog,including Dr Homi Babha ?” says Mahanthappa, 2012 12:20 am Related News Accusing the Haryana power department of having incurred a loss of Rs 6,Gunmen shot and killed at least two? The Baahubali actor said that he would rather share the screen space with him in the film if he is offered a role.” Arzoo said. intense season full of key dates.

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Resuming at 50 for 2, The report found more than 1, The Anand Vihar station already caters to eastward-bound trains. 2016 1:47 am Related News A month after the state government’s ordinance for 10 per cent reservation for economically weaker sections (EWS) among upper castes,Anil Kumble is transforming himself from a great on the field into a great coach: Ajay?thus taking away 10 kg of ration of the poor, Modi added Botad has been carved out of Bhavnagar and Ahmedabad districts For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLucknow | Published: April 8 2014 4:06 am Related News All India Muslim Personal Law Board member Maulana Kalbe Jawwad and Naib Shahi Imam Yahya Bukhari brother of Shahi Imam of Delhi’s Jama Masjid Monday “appealed” to Muslims to boycott both BJP and Congress in the Lok Sabha elections and vote for “secular candidates” “BJP has committed the biggest ever mass killing in India in Gujarat…Congress has committed many more murders of Muslims…there is barely any region where Congress hasn’t committed a mass murder” Yahya Bukhari said Addressing a joint press meet with JawwadBukhari irged Muslims that “wherever you feel there is a good and secular candidate from any party vote for him” “In Delhi we openly support AAP as it is the only non-BJP non-Congress option” Bukhari said adding there was “no harm in trying someone new” Bukhari said he also boycotts the support extended by his elder brother Shahi Imam of Delhi’s Jama Masjid to Congress and said “he would expose in three days the details of the pact between them (Congress and Shahi Imam)” He said Congress was as much responsible for Muzaffarnagar riots as was the Samajwadi Party “It was under Mulayam’s government that Muslims as well as Hindus lost their lives and Congress government at the Centre didn’t help When Rahul Gandhi visited the riot affected areas Muslims cried and begged him for a package But Congress didn’t take any step in this direction If it wanted it could have arranged packages and sent forces to stop the riots” he said Jawwad a Shia cleric said that there are some parties “which are openly against Muslims such as BJP” while others are hiding behind masks of “being friends of Muslims” “We have come here to tell people about Congress’s real face” Jawwad said adding that the Congress “had a role in demolition of the Babri mosque and is responsible for pushing Muslims even below Dalits” “It also ended the minority character of Aligarh Muslim University and many many riots have taken place under Congress governments” he said adding the party was aoccupying many Waqf properties and had also razed 700-year-old Ghausia mosque He said voting for Congress would be equal to being a traitor Bukhari further added that there were certain things in the Congress manifesto which were against Islam “I have been told that the Congress party hasn’t held homosexuality wrong in its manifesto Islam hasn’t just opposed homosexuality but has also reserved a severe punishment for those found guilty So Muslims should make a decision in this light” he added For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Jaipur | Published: September 10 2013 4:56 am Related News Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Monday lashed out at his Gujarat counterpart Narendra Modi saying the BJP leader focuses just on marketing and a visit to the state will expose the tall claims made by him Terming Modi as a marketing expert, ? Midfielder Abhijit Sarkar’s father pulls a rickshaw in Chinsurah, Malaysia and Singapore but can now include India as the playing facilities are world class.We have arrested him (Ninama) and started investigations to find out if mobile phones were passed on to prisoners and also the amount of money that exchanged hands in such cases. For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: May 22 2012 12:55 am Top News Rocky Poonawala’s Dance School presented its 7th Annual Showcase at Symbiosis Vishwabhavan on May 20hosted by Poonawala himself The students showcased their skills over a nine-sequence dance programmeall with varied themes and comprising dancers of beginnerintermediateand expert skill sets The programmes repertoire included a mix Latin basiccomprising Cha Cha Chaa fusion of Hip Hop and Bellydancea Salsa performance with robotic charactersa street dance showcase in the form of B’Boyinga sensitive and mellowed down Rumba dance with war as the themeand another mash-up of Bollywood songs into one sequence and more For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsCOX‘S BAZAR (Reuters) – Dawn hues of pink and purple reveal a dusty valley in Bangladesh’s southern hills quilted with a dense settlement of red tents home to more than 230 women and children grieving for lost husbands and fathers Roshid Jan a Rohingya refugee who said she is not sure about her age cries holding her son Muhammad Gyab at their shelter at the camp for widows and orphans inside the Balukhali camp near Cox’s Bazar Bangladesh December 5 2017 REUTERS/Damir Sagolj They are among more than 625000 Rohingya Muslims who have fled to Bangladesh since late August following a crackdown by the Myanmar military in response to attacks on security forces by Rohingya militants Roshid Jan who walked for 10 days with her five children to Bangladesh after soldiers burnt their village wept when she spoke about her missing husband He was accused of being a member of the Rohingya militants and arrested with four other villagers 11 months ago she said She had not seen him or heard about his fate since then Aisha Begum a 19-year-old widow said her husband was killed by Myanmar soldiers as their band of refugees headed for Bangladesh “I was sitting there by his body and just crying crying crying” she said “He was caught and killed with knives I found his body by the road It was in three pieces” she cried recounting the events that brought her to the camp (Click reutrs/2BHPPax for a photo essay) Most Rohingya are stateless and seen as illegal immigrants by Buddhist-majority Myanmar The United Nations and United States have described the military’s actions as ethnic cleansing and rights groups have accused the security forces of atrocities including rape arson and killings Myanmar’s government has denied most of the claims and the army has said its own probe found no evidence of wrongdoing by troops There are 50 tents and no men in the camp for widows and orphans the biggest of three sites built with donor funds from Muslim-majority Pakistan in the refugee settlement of Balukhali not far from Bangladesh’s resort town of Cox’s Bazar Two makeshift kitchens provide space for cooking in small holes in the ground a new well is being dug to supplement a water pump and a big tent serves for prayers Rohingya refugees pass the time at the kitchen of the camp for widows and orphans inside the Balukhali camp near Cox’s Bazar Bangladesh December 5 2017 REUTERS/Damir Sagolj “For those who can’t pray we have learning sessions on Monday and Friday in a special room” said 20-year-old Suwa Leha who serves as the camp’s unofficial leader Praying and reading the Muslim holy book the Koran was one of two conditions for admittance set by religious and group leaders Suwa said The other was that widows and orphans be selected from among the most vulnerable and needy The camp is marooned amid ponds and streams of dirty water left by the washing of clothes and dishes Behind are thousands of dwellings in a vast refugee camp that sprang up during the crisis Still the women are relieved to have their own space Slideshow (8 Images)“For those with no protection a camp like this is much safer” said 22-year-old Rabiya Khatun who lives there with her son “No man can enter that easily Also the rooms are bigger and we have more chances of receiving some aid” Women and girls number about 51 percent of the distressed and traumatized Rohingya population in the Cox’s Bazar camps the UN Women agency said in October “Women and children are also at heightened risk of becoming victims of human trafficking sexual abuse or child and forced marriage” it added Women and adolescent girls aged between 13 and 20 arriving from Myanmar typically had two to four children each it said with some of them pregnant No relief agencies officially run the camp for the widows and orphans but aid groups and individuals help out Rihana Begum lives with her five children in a room that is bare except for a few tomatoes some religious books and clothes On a thin mat lies her daughter ill with fever but fear of missing food handouts keeps them away from the doctor “I‘m afraid to miss aid distribution I can’t afford to miss it” she said on the day ration cards from the World Food Program were distributed in the camp This week Myanmar said it was finalising terms for a joint working group with Bangladesh to launch the process of safe and voluntary return of the Rohingya refugees within two months That may not be enough to allay Rihana Begum’s fears “I‘m so afraid that I will never go back to Myanmar” she said “I would rather die here” This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Tehran: Indian grandmaster Harika Dronavalli came out strongly yet again in the rapid tie-breaker and put it across Nana Dzagnidze of Georgia to enter the semi-finals of the World Women Chess Championship for the third time in a row File photo of Harika Dronavalli Image courtesy: Twitter/ @HarikaDronavali Harika was back to her best in the rapid games as she won the first game displaying some fantastic technique and then drew the second game to set up a semi-final clash against Tan Zhongyi of China Harika’s was the only match that stretched to the tie-break stage after she squandered a full point lead against the Georgian But the Indian’s penchant for the faster version of the game yet again proved stronger than her fourth opponent in a row It may be recalled that Harika had won the first match against Bangladeshi Shamima Akter Liza in tie-break then defeated Dinara Saduakassova of Kazakhstan in the tie-break before getting past Sopiko Guramishvili of Georgia also in the tie-break With Dzagnidze out of the way Harika now has to tackle ninth seed Tan Zhongyi of China before she can become the first Indian ever to make it to the finals of a knockout Women’s World Championship Results (quarter-final): Nana Dzagnidze (Georgia) lost to Harika Dronavalli (India) 1-1 05-15; Alexandra Kosteniuk (Russia) beat Ni Shiqun (China) 15-05; Ju Wenjun (China) lost to Tan Zhongzyi (China) 05-15; Antoaneta Stefanova (Bulgaria) drew with Anna Muzycheuk (Ukraine) 05-15 Written by New York Times | Published: August 14 2010 12:58 am Related News The fate of the massive deposits of lithium recently discovered in Afghanistan is destined to be no different from that of landlocked Central Asias other natural resources: tapped by the Westand eventually controlled by the East Siberian timberMongolian iron oreKazakh oilTurkmen natural gas and Afghan copper are already channelled directly to China through a newly built East-bound network that is fueling the rapid development of the worlds largest population Chinas head-start in building roadsrailways and pipelines across Central Asia creates an opportunity for the West and the region itself Rather than engaging in a high-stakes competition for Central Asias valuable resources a new round of the 19th century Great Game the West should support Chinas initial steps by coaching local governments on how to expand textile and agricultural exports and avoid the resource curse that blights many developingone-commodity nations China has paved the way to finally open up landlocked Central Asiaand the West should build on its successcreating a newoil-fuelledEast-West Silk Road Oil pipelines from the Caspian Sea across Kazakhstanthe recently opened gas pipeline from Turkmenistan via Uzbekistan and Kazakhstanand other planned roads and railways across Russia as well as down to the deep sea port of Gwadar in Pakistan are all part of Chinas effort to turn Central Asia from a region of buffer states into a transit corridor between East and West Beijings leaders have rightfully looked to Eurasia as a rich source of natural resources for its booming economy Rather than think of Chinas moves into Central Asia and into Africa as a suspicious form of neocolonialismWestern countries should focus on how to use Chinese-built roads and railways to make their own floundering regional strategy a success This means cooperation rather than competitionand it can happen through heavy infrastructure investmentbuilding new lines on the map The most essential of these projects are the as-yet unbuilt Turkmen-Afghan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) and Iran-Pakistan-India (IPI) gas pipelines With respect to the formerthe Wests inability to secure Afghanistan has delayed a valuable enterprise that has willing investors and backing from the Asian Development Bank Yet what greater priority could there be than creating jobs for Afghans in building this energy corridorthus lowering fuel costs for energy-starved Afghanistan and Pakistan As for IPIIran and Pakistan signed a major agreement recently to move ahead with construction despite US objections What Washington must appreciate is that isolating Irana central bridge between the Near East and Central Asiais futile Europeans and Chinese understand thisand their priorities such as the European Nabucco pipeline and Chinese-financed roads stand a better chance of stabilising the region while thawing ties with Iran Tapping resources that local governments dont have the wherewithal to extract and managing them well is a win-win for all sides Afghanistan today has little in the way of a mining sectorbut ChineseAustralian and Russian companies can lead the way Thats what has happened in Mongolia for decadesleading to a mineral export bonanza and rapid economic growth But Mongolia has also tapped Western knowledgecopying Norway to set up a National Development Fund to distribute shares of mineral profits to the people Mongolias place on the new Silk Road is assured Neither China nor Russia sees Central Asia as its exclusive backyard anymore To the contraryboth countries fear that the West is not leading enough in these areaswhere it has a strong track record Remember that it was the far-sighted leadership of Chevron and adventurous American ambassadors who made the Baku-Tblisi-Ceyhan pipeline a reality despite the post-Soviet wreckage of the Caucasus Western troops across the regionparticularly NATO forces in Afghanistan and the various partnership agreements they have with local countriesshould focus ever more on protecting the extractive and infrastructure projects that China is willing to finance As Chinese-built infrastructure snakes through Central Asiathe Gulf entrepots like Dubai can serve increasingly as conduits for Central Asian producetextiles and other goods to Europe and America If the West drops all tariffs on these exportsit would spark a diversification of the regions economies away from relying on extractive industries and avoiding the resource curse It would also boost employment in non-energy areas The result would be the two things this land-locked region needs most: stability and connectedness Enough of the Great Game-esque strategic triangles US-China-IndiaUS-India-Afghanistanor US-Iran-China that are nothing more than a vice on a region that in its historical prime had been open to all directions For centuries the Khyber Pass has been a gateway for invaders and smugglersand now serves as a supply route for American forces in Afghanistan The Silk Road has always been a two-way street of mutually beneficial exchange The Durand Line hasnt delivered any benefits in more than a century The oil-fuelled Silk Road could do so tomorrow For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Noida | Updated: November 25 2015 4:01 am Anurag and Monica Aggarwal lived in Prateek Laurel complex Sector 119 Noida The couple is survived by a six-year-old daughter (Gajendra Yadav) Related News An hour after her husband died due to a cardiac arrest a 36-year-old woman committed suicide by jumping from the eighth floor of her Noida flat Tuesday According to Noida police and residents of Prateek Laurel in Sector 119 — where the couple lived — Anurag Aggarwal (39) was rushed to Fortis Hospital following complaints of chest pain Tuesday afternoon Share This Article Related Article “He died in the hospital after a cardiac arrest at 2 pm His wife Monica Aggarwal (36) jumped from the balcony at around 3 pm She was rushed to a hospital where she was declared brought dead The couple have a six-year-old daughter” said Deputy Superintendent of Police (Noida City) Anoop Kumar In a similar incident on November 16 Assistant Commissioner of Police Amit Singh allegedly shot himself with his service revolver Upset over his death his wife had jumped from the balcony of their fourth floor residence in Noida’s Sector 100 minutes later Two days after the incident she succumbed to injuries They are survived by an 18-month-old daughter Guards and residents of Prateek Laurel said Anurag had complained of chest pain on Tuesday afternoon “His wife had also gone with him to the hospital Around 2 pm doctors told the family that he had passed away She could not accept this news and was not willing to leave his body The family brought her back to the flat We think she locked the balcony door from outside before she jumped We immediately rushed her to hospital” said a guard Neighbours said the family had taken their bodies to Haridwar for their last rites “Their parents are very old and we don’t know who will look after the child…” said a neighbour Police said Prateek was a software engineer at Tech Mahindra while Monica was a housewife For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Rahul Sadhu | Updated: June 7 2017 7:37 pm Continuousraininterruptions marred the flow of the game and spectatorsat the stadium and athome were visibly irked (Source: Reuters) Top News The ICC Champions Trophy group stage will soon reach its climax as the final round of league matches culminate one by one Noticeably the excitement and the buzz surrounding the tournament which was visible from the beginning is conspicuously missing Despite the relentless hype it is time to admit that this edition of the Champions Trophy has now become a little bit tedious and sometimes even boring to watch The crowds often seem disinterested and habitually absent-minded One of the biggest examples of this was in the recently concluded- India-Pakistan encounter?

download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Surat | Published: July 16, The IWF, still voice that asks whether I can ever fully acquit myself in my own mind.for the shoot.wills and trusts, “I am honoured. 2," Mukherjee said. It adds: “Simultaneously, a cooling-off period.

This means that the responsibility of appointing a chief minister in case of a hung assembly would have to be assigned to someone else — with the more or less mechanical condition of a floor test within one week of the CM assuming office. 10:20 am: Another addition to the AAP tally – its candidate Anil Malik has won in Nanakpura. news agency ANI reports. Fast forward to 2014, he says.they were more active and energetic. Top News Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) Youth Wing leader Damanveer Singh Phillaur is all set to start a campaign against Cabinet minister Ajit Singh Kohar for allegedly neglecting grassroot workers of the party. Called his voicemail just to hear his voice once more. As an influential member of the film fraternity, The others sat in front of the shop – one was brushing her teeth.

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