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Though persons with disabilities are granted the right to own or inherit property, Rana tweeted, reservation for BCs is not important; allotment of ministerial berths for family members is…" Jaya alleged Karunanidhi has compromised on reservation policy she charged DMK’s election manifesto had claimed that despite many years since it was introduced 27 percent reservation in Central government jobs was not implemented in toto as only 14 percent was followed The party would strive for the complete implementation DMK had promised in the election anifesto for the 24 April Lok Sabha polls PTI Written by Komal RJ Panchal | Mumbai | Updated: March 2 2017 6:17 pm Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan are balancing their careers in a way that one of them is always with Taimur at all times Related News The yummiest mummy in Bollywood Kareena Kapoor Khan is loving every bit of her motherhood and is celebrating it Talking about son Taimur Ali Khan she downplays the change he has brought about in her life saying “Priorities always change and my priorities have changed too after Taimur’s birth I multi-task And just how everybody has kids and everybody manages life I’m also doing that” Watch Video |I Am In Best Phase Of My Life: Kareena Kapoor Khan Kareena on her film career after Taimur’s birth “I am reading scripts I have to see how to balance my life right now For now my focus is to work I have worked throughout my pregnancy and I will work even now I would like to do one film at a time Being a mother has nothing to do with choosing a script It is my film career so I will choose” And when we asked about Veerey Di Wedding Kareena said “Veerey Di Wedding will start in May so I would like to talk about it then too” Watch | After Omkara Vishal Wants To Work With Kareena Again Kareena on sleepless nights with Taimur Kareena and Saif are balancing their careers in a way that one of them is always with Taimur at all times Kareena adds “Adventure has just started Motherhood is such a personal experience for me that I can’t even ask Karisma (Kapoor) for tips and suggestions Your relationship with your son is different” We also asked if Taimur lets her sleep at night to which Kareena replied “I don’t have sleepless nights these are more of joyous nights filled with pleasure” Kareena on when she was asked not to marry Saif Ali Khan “Everything I do is with my heart I was asked not to get married because I was at the peak of my career but I did and nothing affected my career I have been open about everything in my life from my films to relationships to marriage Probably that’s what my fans appreciate and relate it to my personality I am not trying to hide away” Karena on Rangoon’s performance at the box office “Vishal Bhardwaj films are like art and they attract extreme reactions You will either love it or dislike He caters to a certain audience Some critics have revered it What I love about Vishalji’s films is that in his films the actors shine out” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by C Raja Mohan | Published: May 5 2014 8:36 am Related News CII has become aggressive with Talibanisation and the capacity of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) to target-kill people supporting modern or “liberal” views (Reuters) Amid growing Saudi concerns about the shifting Middle East balance of power in favour of Iran Pakistan is walking the tight rope between Riyadh a close ally and Tehran an important neighbour Last week the Pakistan army chief General Raheel Sharif was a special guest at the largest military exercises ever conducted by Saudi Arabia that were widely seen as a show of political resolve against Iran This week the Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is heading to Tehran to reassure Iran that Islamabad will not act as Saudi Arabia’s proxy in the Syrian civil war In the Middle East Syria has become one of the major theatres for Saudi-Iran rivalry for regional primacy Tehran is supporting the regime of Bashar al Assad while Saudis are backing Sunni militant groups trying to oust him from Damascus In the last few months there has been mounting speculation that Saudi Arabia is pressing the Pakistan army to recruit and train volunteers to fight against the Syrian regime Riyadh’s recent gift of $15 billion to Pakistan was seen as a reward for Islamabad’s willingness to provide military teeth to the Saudi strategy in Syria It is no secret that Nawaz Sharif owes big to Saudi Arabia When Gen Pervez Musharraf ousted Sharif from power and locked him up it was Riyadh that bailed him out and gave him shelter in Jeddah The Saudi financial carrot followed a series of high level visits by the Saudi Crown Prince and foreign minister to Pakistan The House of Saud was deeply distrustful of Asif Ali Zardari who was seen as close to Iran One of the last political acts of Zardari to was to travel to the Iran border in March 2013 and inaugurate the construction of a natural gas pipeline between the two nations One of the first acts of Sharif since he took charge last year was to signal that Pakistan was no longer interested in the project It was widely assumed that Sharif was acting under American and Saudi pressure Since then Sharif has backtracked a bit and said Islamabad would not abandon the project During his visit to Iran Tehran is likely to demand clear answers from Sharif There have also been growing military tensions on the Pak-Iran border as Sunni militant groups based in Pakistan target Iranian security forces The sectarian dimension to the Saudi-Iran rivalry in addition feeds the tensions between the Shia and the Sunni in Pakistan The last few years have seen frequent attacks on the Shia minority in Pakistan by Sunni extremists As it gets drawn deep into the Saudi-Iran rivalry Pakistan is putting a brave face Some Pakistani officials have claimed a potential role for Islamabad in mediating the disputes between Riyadh and Tehran Few are ready to take that claim seriously And there is no question that Pakistan’s diplomatic tradition of managing contradictions by running with the hare and hunting with the hound now faces a big test (The writer is a distinguished fellow at the Observer Research Foundation Delhi and a contributing editor for The Indian Express) For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: The infighting in AAP has not affected the performance of the Arvind Kejriwal government in Delhi senior party leader and Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said on Saturday Manish Sisodia said Delhi was a victim of the Centre’s dadagiri PTI "It (infighting) is not happening in the government No not at all it has no bearing on the performance of the government" Sisodia said responding to questions about the internal rift in AAP The question was asked in the wake of recent controversies in the party and some leaders questioning Kejriwal’s style of functioning and the exit of founder members Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan from the party’s Public Affairs Committee Participating in a ’roundtable’ conference of five chief ministers at the India Today conclave Sisodia also attacked the Centre accusing it of engaging in "dadagiri" by taking away powers of the Delhi government "Delhi is the biggest victim of the central government’s dadagiri We are not even allowed to pass laws Delhi government can’t even transfer somebody unless the Centre gives its nod" he said The comments of the acting Delhi Chief Minister came against the backdrop AAP pushing the demand for full statehood of Delhi and complaining of central interference in some of its decisions Delhi Chief Minister and AAP national convener Kejriwal is at the moment in Bangalore undergoing naturopathy treatment Sisodia rued that while Delhi Development Authority under the Centre constructs flats the state government has to face difficulties in obtaining land for constructing schools and hospitals for the dwellers of such flats "Delhi is a slave (of the Centre) unconstitutionally" he said The discussion saw a sharp divide between BJP and non-BJP Chief Ministers on issues like Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership Gujarat model of governance and devolution of powers and funds vis-a-vis the Centre and the states While the Chief Ministers of three BJP-ruled states Maharashtra Haryana and Chhattisgarh respectively Devendra Fadnavis ML Khattar and Raman Singh hailed Modi’s steps like replacing Planning Commission with the Niti Aayog and giving more funds to the states from tax collections Sisodia and Uttarakhand’s Congress chief minister Harish Rawat said that in reality state funds have shrunk Responding to questions about Modi government’s pitch of Team India and cooperative federalism Rawat said that the question is "how much are the members of Team India being consulted" He alleged that states were not consulted on a number of issues including on "changes in funding pattern" and allocation of funds for those amongst them which have received special status Rawat also alleged that there is a "bigger discrimination" due to which strong states will benefit and the weaker ones will lag behind The discussion saw Sisodia strongly defending the AAP government’s decision to subsidise electricity and provide 700l of free water Fadnavis strongly defended his government’s decision to construct a Rs 500-crore statue of Shivaji saying it will boost tourism Raman Singh vehemently rejected the contention that the north Indian states were slowing down the progress of the country and made a strong defence of his government’s rice scheme for the poor Fadnavis said there should be healthy competition between states to attract investment but it should not be like a India and Pakistan fight Raman Singh said in a lighter vein that he is also "learning a bit" of marketing after it was pointed out that after Gujarat and others it was Chhattisgarh now which is focusing on marketing the state government’s achievements Rawat and Sisodia rejected the contention that the Gujarat model of governance was the ideal one Uttarakhand Chief Minister said in this respect that he would prefer the model of government in Chhattisgarh led by Raman Singh than the Gujarat model propagated by Narendra Modi before he became the Prime Minister Replying to a question on the absence of Kejriwal from Delhi Sisodia said that right now he is the Chief Minister as Kejriwal has gone out and has issued a written order regarding the same "I am the acting Chief Minister I have both the mike and the remote with me" Sisodia said when asked whether the remote control is somewhere else even when he is discharging the Chief Minister’s duties He added that he was concentrating all his energies on running the government in Kejriwal’s absence PTI By: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: February 10 2017 11:39 am Related News Two Shiv Sena corporators today joined BJP ahead of the February 21 BMC poll The duo Nana Ambole and B Panchal joined BJP in presence of Mumbai BJP president Ashish Shelar at the city office of the party in Dadar Watch what else is making news: Ambole two-term corporator from Lalbaug-Parel area said he decided to quit the Sena as the local legislator of that party threatened to finish his political career “Now I will show him my popularity among Lalbaug-Parel voters I had merely sought BMC poll ticket for my wife” he said Panchal Sena corporator from Shivajinagar-Mankhurd suburbs said he was working for the saffron party with dedication but was disappointed with that party’s MP in that area “preferred to favour his own family members instead of sincere party workers when it came to giving poll tickets” Former Sena corporator Prabhakar Shinde also joined BJP For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: August 19 2015 12:00 am Prime Minister Narendra Modi during a meeting with the Vice-President and Prime Minister of UAE H H Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum at Za’abeel Palace Dubai on Monday (Source: PTI Photo) Related News Prime Minister Narendra Modi received the kind of welcome reserved for movie stars during his visit to the UAE His visit the first by an Indian head of government in over three decades marked a welcome acknowledgement of the UAE’s importance — as a home for over two million Indians and a key partner in trade and investment The PM’s visit also saw a promise to make land available for a Hindu temple in Abu Dhabi which will be the fourth in the UAE since permission was first granted to set one up in 1958 For India the real strategic gain has been the India-UAE joint statement condemning efforts to use religion to legitimise terrorism In India the declaration is being projected as a volte face in the UAE’s traditionally pro-Pakistan stand which merely goes to show how little attention Indians have paid to developments in the region despite its strategic importance In times when diplomacy is interpreted with tools more appropriate for pop film — witness endless television discussions on the body language of heads of state — this is perhaps inevitable But this has also blinded many to the dramatic transformations that have been occurring as it were off-screen The UAE has emerged as a key counter-terrorism partner for India for the past five years and more The 1993 serial bombing accused Tahir Merchant is being tried because the UAE authorities helped nab and deport him — a long cry from the years when Dubai was the Dawood Ibrahim cartel’s chosen safe haven Police in the UAE were also key to the NIA’s efforts to locate and apprehend six Kerala men now being tried for their alleged role in a cartel that pumped fake Indian currency into the country The UAE isn’t the only country that’s been aiding India Saudi Arabia repatriated alleged Indian Mujahideen financier Fasih Mahmood as well as alleged 26/11 perpetrator Zabiuddin Ansari Oman sent back Bangalore bombing suspect Sarfaraz Nawaz In 2014 the UAE proscribed the Lashkar-e-Taiba Jaish-e-Muhammad and Indian Mujahideen — among a long list of other global organisations — and cracked down on fundraising for jihadists The UAE isn’t acting thus because it has come to see the world through Indian glasses Instead the India-UAE declaration stemmed from its own growing realisation of the threat from political Islam Targeted by jihadist groups seeking to overthrow the regime the UAE has been seeking to isolate Islamist reaction principally represented by the Muslim Brotherhood Last year the UAE even briefly withdrew its ambassador from Qatar infuriated by the fellow Gulf monarchy’s backing of the Muslim Brotherhood The new West Asia is full of strategic possibilities for India — openings that New Delhi needs to build on with all the resources at its disposal For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News alleging party president M Karunanidhi was more 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