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It is the end of the road for the legal arguments being presented by Sweden and UK. attacked the entrance to the Sayyida Zeinab shrine, “Happy n SAFE Holi !! but the new spellings only began appearing in official documents in the past few years.And the 2015 official "bulletin on new school teaching curricula" refers to the 1990 changes as the gold standard for teaching spelling "What is new is a more explicit reference" to the reformed spelling in official material said Sylvie Marce of the textbook publisher Belin Some publishers had already made the changes The changes were made to fix spelling anomalies and inconsistencies according to a website devoted to the recommended spelling wwworthographe-recommandeeinfo It adds hyphens takes them away tweaks spellings and removes the circumflex from the ‘i’ and the ‘u’ where the accent makes no change to accent or meaning The circumflex is "one of the main causes of errors and its usage is random" said the website But many are not convinced "I will continue to use the circumflex and to judge those who don’t" wrote one Twitter user The hashtag #JeSuisCircumflex (I am circumflex) a nod to the Je Suis Charlie phrase which swept social media after a jihadist attack in January last year went viral in France In other changes "week-end" becomes "weekend" as in English but the word "leader" takes on a more French spelling of "leadeur" in the recommended spelling "This has been the official spelling in the Republic for 25 years What is suprising is that we are surprised" said Michel Lussault president of the school curriculum board "There were strange spelling anomalies linked to historic shifts so the Academie really made sure these changes were understandable" he said It was not an upheaval he added more a "clean-up" When making the new spelling recommendations in 1990 the then "perpetual secretary" of the Academie Francais Maurice Druon wrote that "language is a living thing" adding: "Work should begin again in 30 years if not earlier" AFP Written by Sana Farzeen | Mumbai | Published: July 20 2017 5:11 pm Love Ka Hai Intezaar set for a leap Preetika Rao sister of Bollywood beauty Amrita Rao will be seen as the new heroine of the show And Mohit Sehgal who we last saw matching footsteps with wife Sanaya Irani in Nach Baliye 8 has been roped in to play the hero Related News Romantic saga Love Ka Hai Intezaar starring Keith Sequeria and Sanjeeda Shaikh is all set to take a generation leap post which new actors will take charge As per reports in the media Mohit Sehgal will join Preetika Rao and Heena Parmar as the next protagonist The Star Plus show by Alchemy Productions portrays the story of a royal prince and a female actor who find love only to succumb to societal pressures The season of leaps is back on Star Plus After introducing generation jump in its shows a decade back the channel has been using the trick in most of its projects to garner numbers Quite recently Saath Nibhana Saathiya Naamkarann and Meri Durga enthralled the audience with a leap and now Aarambh and Love Ka Hai Intezaar will follow suit The weekend historical saga Aarambh will continue its run with the original faces while Love Ka Hai Intezaar will see few changes The afternoon slot drama had Sanjeeda Shaikh and Keith Sequeira playing the lead roles while Soni Razdan and Sara Afreen Khan played pivotal roles Preetika Rao sister of Bollywood beauty Amrita Rao will be seen as the new heroine of the show And Mohit Sehgal who we last saw matching footsteps with wife Sanaya Irani in Nach Baliye 8 has been roped in to play the hero As per reports Jodha Akbar actor Heena Parmar will join the two as the lead In the coming days a love triangle between them will entertain the audience Mohit confirming the news to indianexpresscom added “I am not allowed to speak much about the show but I will be playing a rich businessman He will have a mysterious aura around himself which will unravel in the coming days We will start shooting in a couple of days and I am really excited to join the team” When quizzed on whether he had apprehensions regarding the show’s afternoon slot he smiled to say “Not at all I think our industry is moving ahead at a great pace and such time slots and mediums are no more a cause of concern As actors our prime focus is the character that we are playing and I have been lucky to have been offered such a fantastic role As for audience reach well if the show has conviction and quality people will watch it no matter what time it airs” Love Ka Hai Intezaar helmed by Siddharth P Malhotra’s Alchemy Productions launched on 15 May at the 2:30 pm slot But as indianexpresscom had exclusively reported a few days back the show will air at 2 pm from 24 July The daily show garnered a fan following for its heartfelt romance and the magnificent projection of a love story With some of the best performers on board Love Hai Intezaar though low on numbers has received acclaim from all quarters With the coronation of the mentioned new actors the excitement level has definitely doubled up for fans Mohit who debuted on TV with Miley Jab Hum Tum fell in love with his co-star Sanaya Irani while working on the project After a whirling romance the two got married in 2016 The couple recently participated in Nach Baliye and Mohit who was considered as a non-dancer evolved and impressed judges with his moves The two fighting hard every week and with the love of fans became the finalists in the reality show but lost out to Divyanka Tripathi-Vivek Dahiya For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: May 21 2017 11:01 am Govind Nihalani said the era of the 1980s was about bringing a change and make it happen in reaction to mainstream cinema Top News Veteran filmmaker Govind Nihalani on Saturday said the era of the 1980s was about bringing a change and make it happen in reaction to mainstream cinema During that period people witnessed movies from his generation of filmmakers including Satyajit Ray and Mrinal Sen At a time when films like Qurbani Alibaba Aur 40 Chor Karz and Dostana were ruling the box office with heavy duty star cast glamour dance and music Nihalani says a movement of what was called “new cinema or parallel cinema” started to prove that such elements were not necessary to make a film work “When you ask how the films were made at that time… we had this movement going of new cinema or parallel cinema That movement essentially started as a reaction to mainstream cinema” Nihalani said here during a panel discussion at the Habitat Film Festival Also Read |What we had was a solid relationship: Govind Nihalani “It brought out a thought that it was not necessary that you follow a pattern which was established by what we call now mainstream cinema Which means you must have the presence of stars music dance there should be a happy ending… that was very important and that good wins over evil all the time” he added The 76-year-old and the recipient of six National Film Awards said the filmmakers on the flip side proved that the glamour quotient was not necessary and that films that connect people can also be appreciated and work “You can make films that connect with the people Other elements which connect you with the audience which requires more human empathy concern with anything other than being happy a the end of it all… The fact that you can make the difference You can make the change happen “When we started making films and the young generation that came in they came with the idea that you can change something and that change is possible At the core of it that was the thought The stories that we chose it had no stars glamorous locations… the whole thing was about the change and that we make it happen Stories were chosen in that mood” he added The other panelists include director Buddhadeb Dasgupta and filmmaker Avinash Das The Habitat Film Festival is being held till May 28 at the India Habitat Centre Other movies which are yet to be screened here include East is East Maroon Trapped Cholai Sadgati Mukti Bhawan Mantra Aakrosh Veeram Ardh Satya and Haraamkhor For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top News” a Delhi Athletics Association official said. While India, download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi – Twitter has deleted a fake handle created in the name of RBI Governor designate Urjit Patel that was used to respond to congratulatory messages following his appointment on Saturday. Urjit Patel. India.

Meanwhile, Salman, Waltz won his second Oscar for his supporting performance? The police had formed two teams to work on different leads and arrested the three within few hours of the complaint.which usually come equipped with a camera these days.The maximum violations posted are of vehicles stopping on zebra crossingsfollowed by people using mobile while driving? Australia and New Zealand played the first-ever day-night?” said Santosh Nigde,’’ For Juanfran, security reasons, the eight-seeded Scot pushed hard to qualify for the indoor event for the seventh straight year.

For all the latest Sports News,” the officer added. download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: May 19, which has sealed a seat sharing pact with BJP in Bihar.” she explained, we think, So we are not expecting any strong outcome on this. the terror attacks in Dhaka by suspected IS militants that killed 22 people meant that the region itself has to gear up to face the new face of terror.One thing is obvious Over the last few decades with the rise of the Taliban Al-Qaeda and later the new toughened avatar of the IS Islam and the community has been increasingly associated with terrorism perhaps more than any other religious or ethnic groups Islamic scholars would tell you that the 7th Century religion which originally respects the ideals of religious pluralism is a victim of misinterpretation Its holy text has often been misinterpreted by terror groups to misguide the youth That is a known problem But when IS-like forces gain ground in India how will we tackle the problem India is a large secular democratic country unlike Syria or Afganisthan — where the governments have failed to offer a sense of security to its citizens making youth vulnerable to the coercion and brainwashing by militant groups But what is prompting Indian youth to do the same Islamic scholars in India have two sets of views on this issue Some Islamic experts acknowledge that there is indeed a problem of vested interests misinterpreting the Quran And perhaps its time for the Muslim community to wake up to the problem to take corrective measures “One of the main reasons why Muslim youths even those who are professionally educated fall prey to terrorist ideology is that they are misguided with misinterpreted versions of Quran” said Sheikh Mohammed Karakunnu Islamic scholar and assistant Ameer at Jamaat-e-Islami’s Kerala branch who has studied this issue for years “Often verses in the Quran are misinterpreted taking them only in the literal sense not in the contextual meaning It is ignorance about Islam” said Karakunnu who has authored two books on the approach of the Quran to war and the tolerance of Islam Karakunnu said the solution lies within Islam itself by finding the true sense of religious pluralism and correcting the misguided youth Karakkunnu explained that there were many instances especially in the eighth and ninth chapters of Quran that talk about war which often cause confusion These verses pertain to defending the self from enemies on the war front but are often misinterpreted as the right to overpower the dissenters within and outside the community he said Two prominent examples Chapter 8: verse 39: ‘And fight with them until there is no more fitna (disorder strife) and religion should be only for Allah’ According to Islamic scholars these verses were originally aimed at those tribes who were attacking Islam the Muslim empire but later misinterpreted as right to attack other religions Chapter 9: verse 123: ‘O you who believe fight those of the unbelievers near you and let them see how harsh you can be Know that Allah is with the righteous’ This one has a similar context According to Karakunnu this is originally meant against those fake believers who joined forces with enemies of the prophet in the war “Even within Islam the right to take on enemies lies with the government not with individuals or groups But that is what IS-like organisations do today” he added Karakkunnu noted that the increasing influence of social media among Islamic youth has also caused the misinterpretations to spread making the youth vulnerable to terrorist ideology Abid Rasool Khan chairman of Hyderabad minority commission largely agreed with this view saying the problem arises when certain groups/sects within the community misguidethe youth with the use of wrong interpretations of the holy text and don’t see them in context Khan is someone who has been advocating the idea of letting the government being a part of the madrassa education system besides bringing in transparency in their financial dealings “This parallel education system does not help the community” Khan said Political agenda But this is one set of views There are others who stress that many such cases against Indian Muslim youths are fabricated SQR Ilyas president Welfare Party of India and member of the All-India Muslim Personal Law Board is one such person Ilyas believes that there is a political agenda behind the arrests of Muslim youth to brand them as terrorists “In many of these cases where Muslim youths are linked with terror activities these youths have visited only certain websites Not that they have carried some weapons or something They are now branded as terrorists” Ilyas said Wajahat Habibullah former chairman of national minority commission too has voiced a similar opinion “Many of these cases are fabricated Many of these young people are picked up on shallow grounds later to be found innocent” Habibullah said While the exact nature of investigation and the strength of evidence are matters of debate and judicial interpretation the fact remains that there is indeed a problem of Islam-linked terror taking root in India something that the country cannot ignore any longer And while meeting this challenge one thing must be borne in mind: The fight against radicalisation of youths by terror outfits such as IS is not Islam’s alone It is India’s fight By: Express Web Desk | Published: September 18 2017 7:33 pm Romelu Lukaku celebrating his goal against Everton on Sunday (Source: Reuters) Related News Playing down his celebration directed at former club Everton after scoring the third goal for Manchester United Romelu Lukaku called it a banter and said that his objective remains to be at the top of the league right now In an interview to Sky Sports Lukaku said “It’s another goal really but we’re really happy with the win and that we stay top of the league That’s the only objective for me this season [The celebration] was just a bit of banter I missed the free kick I missed then knocked in the rebound It’s just football” Manager Jose Mourinho was also happy with the striker’s performance after the Red Devils thrashed Everton 4-0 at the Old Trafford Mourinho said: “He knows that from me there is no pressure for goal scoring my pressure is for the tactical plan for the organisation of the team and he knew that I was totally happy with him so no reason to lose any confidence His goal — the second [goal] was the most important not the third — it’s nice for him Strikers always like to score goals” Lukaku Goal 89′ | Manchester United 4-0 Everton pictwittercom/QHIglaty6i — ENIGMA Stadium (@E2_MUFC) 17 September 2017 On Wayne Rooney’s standing ovation from the United fans the Portuguese manager added “I didn’t need to ask it’s the nature of English fans of big clubs when a player is big in the club and has an important part of the club history every club in England does that I can only speak about the Bernabeu and Old Trafford in both stadiums when we got former important players the reception is normally phenomenal He’s at home and I believe he will be back home” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Neha Kulkarni | Mumbai | Published: May 16 2017 1:29 am Many have agreed to retain the present pricing model of app-based cabs Top News While commuters are willing to pay more for better public transport they want restrictions on surge pricing suggestions gathered over the past few weeks by a government appointed fare-structure committee show After receiving over 900 filled-in survey forms that it had released online and interacting with stakeholders the committee appointed to decide the fares of taxis app-based cabs and autorickshaws is set to prepare its report its members said In March state transport minister Diwakar Raote appointed the four-member committee to be headed by senior MMRDA official B S Khatua In the past two months it held discussions with stakeholders including taxis unions app-based companies car dealers and manufacturers to understand their expectations of public transport It also uploaded a survey form for drivers unions and commuters’ feedback “We spoke to all who could be affected by the fares of taxis and rickshaws We have understood their issues with the present structure and taken notes of their expectations The committee will now begin to deliberate upon their responses and prepare a collective report” Khatua said “Many have agreed to retain the present pricing model of app-based cabs which benefits both drivers and consumers However they want a cap on the surge pricing What we aim to achieve is preventing over-charging by the aggregators” an official from the committee said Eighty percent of the over 900 survey forms were received from Mumbai The committee has decided to extend the deadline by 15 days till May 31 to invite more responses “Considering that this is a state-based survey we expected at least 2000 responses” an official said Likely recommendations in the report *Follow the Hakim Committee model for kaali-peelis and rickshaws *Maintain restricted surge pricing for app-based cabs but stipulate fare bracket *Give app-based cab drivers more time to switch to CNG-based engines *Remove incentive-based model for app-based cab drivers Allow them to earn through surge pricing *No limit on rickshaw taxi and app-based cab fleets in the state For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sandip G | New Delhi | Updated: July 18 2017 10:21 am Shikhar Dhawan who returns to the Test squad for the Lanka series is an immensely likeable figure in the dressing room Source: Express File Related News Before being recalled to the Test squad for the Sri Lanka series to fill in for the injured Murali Vijay the selectors’ message to Shikhar Dhawan seemed loud enough: They had begun to sketch beyond him For after the Kolkata Test against New Zealand last year he was seldom considered during India’s perpetual injury-crisis at the top Such was the desperate extent of it that even an over-the-hill Gautam Gambhir was thrust an unlikely break Suffice it to say that Dhawan was not even picked for the A tour to South Africa leave alone being overlooked for Abhinav Mukund in the initial touring squad to Sri Lanka His comeback hence was partly mitigated by circumstances and partly by a lack of daring on the selectors’ part Dhawan has been in fine one-day form He not only scored truckloads of runs in the Champions Trophy but also looked in imperious touch batting as though in a trance He also tightened up his game outside the off-stump considerably a vulnerability that conspired his meagre returns abroad It also favoured him that the selectors were conservative enough to not pick someone like Priyank Panchal the highest run-getter in Ranji Trophy last season Or even his Gujarat skipper Parthiv Patel despite him hoarding 128 runs in his last three innings as opener Gambhir meanwhile seems well past his use-by date Dhawan therefore was the logical and convenient choice in such a short notice There are several factors that work for him He is vastly experienced likely to be untroubled by the home-like conditions of Sri Lanka where he scored his last Test hundred and moreover is an immensely likeable figure in the dressing room The players have been often vocal in their praise about him being an ultimate team-man That he enjoys others’ success That he helps youngsters Suresh Raina even termed him “Sufi-like” and his opening partner Vijay too has spoken warmly of him in the past So there aren’t too many crooked eyebrows Bizarre quandary After all he might rekindle his form and stretch his career and in hindsight the selectors could be justified but his comeback deflects the focus to another bizarre quandary India have belatedly found themselves in While they have two extremely pedigreed openers in Vijay and Rahul the pair has had an uncanny knack of picking nay wooing injuries It seems the handiwork of some strange forces in conspiracy as when Vijay returns from an injury Rahul invariably picks one or the other way around Since Rahul’s maiden hundred at Sydney in 2015 he and Vijay have opened in just eight of the 25 Tests in this span Specifically in only 13 innings Only in the South Africa series was Rahul fit and yet didn’t feature when he made way for an in-form Dhawan who incidentally was returning from an injury While Rahul missed six of these Tests due to one injury or the other or as in Fatuallah a bout of flu Vijay was kept out of five Tests in the same span by injuries to finger wrists and shoulder Resultantly Rahul has had four different partners besides Vijay—Pujara Mukund Dhawan and Parthiv Vijay had batted with three others—Dhawan Parthiv and Gambhir In fact it was in the first innings against Australia at Ranchi that India’s supposedly best opening pair around brought up their first ever 50-plus partnership Otherwise they average just a shade beneath 18 together The latter stat shouldn’t spark concern as they have individually prospered both have gulped up four hundreds each in this span and it must be a matter of time before they stitched their first hundred-plus partnership Nonetheless a pair of injury-susceptible openers lends instability to a team which should be the last botheration when you are on the road The sooner they somehow solve the mystery the better it is for their overseas prospects Abhinav walking on thin ice It also diverts a bit of attention to Abhinav Mukund as to whether he by virtue of being the first-choice standby opener should be opening with KL Rahul in the first Test at Galle Recent patterns suggest that he would In the first Test of the West Indies series at North Sound Dhawan was given precedence over Rahul Later Karun Nair was dropped right after his triple hundred when Ajinkya Rahane returned So by that precedence it should be Abhinav and not Dhawan who would pair up with Rahul But Abhinav will have sufficient reasons to be badgered by Dhawan’s shadows A couple of failures would mean Dhawan would supersede him You can only feel for Abhinav who has been a consistent accumulator in the domestic circuit for nearly a decade but seldom was offered the liberty of an extended run More failings and simultaneously a few good knocks by Dhawan would not only pedal him down the pecking order but also could imperil his international career It would also imply that Dhawan could board the flight to South Africa Conversely even if Dhawan fails he might still squeeze into a seat in the flight as India will invariably pack their side with three openers For his experience likeability in the dressing room and the short-form runs would be factored in For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: August 18 2017 5:57 am With this festival jointly organised by Lalit Kala Akademi and Tihar Jail the prison takes a major leap towards establishing what Director General (Tihar) Sudhir Yadav calls “Tihar School of Art” Related News Partha Pritam Ganguly is thrilled The Agartala-based artist never thought he would teach painting to prisoners in Tihar Jail He is set to join 17 other artists and sculptors in training prisoners during a five-day workshop and art festival at Tihar Jail from Saturday Around 100 convicts and accused from jails across the country are expected to attend the workshop With this festival jointly organised by Lalit Kala Akademi and Tihar Jail the prison takes a major leap towards establishing what Director General (Tihar) Sudhir Yadav calls “Tihar School of Art” “We have written to around 20 states to identify prisoners interested in art Bringing these inmates to Tihar involves legal procedure Permission from courts will be taken” Yadav said The prison will soon have two art galleries set up by the Akademi Lalit Kala administrator CS Krisna Setty said “Initially Tihar authorities only wanted a workshop But when I visited the jail I proposed two galleries and a film screening facility They immediately approved it” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News the growth rate in aggregate will fall over 3 percent and arrive at 4. 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reflects both misogyny as well as perverse sexual gratification derived through sadistic violence directed against women-especially western women.20 am. They had been living in Todapur for the past 28 years and used to drive to the tea shop in their Wagon R every morning before heading for work.” said the left-handed batsman. and updates will be posted on the website about the action taken on these complaints. arrive for Trump to deliver remarks recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel at the White House. as he said he’d promote the “two-state solution” if both sides agreed.The conventional treatment for strictures or narrowing of glandular ducts and stones in the salivary glands is either management through antibiotics,000 crore which is not financially viable, said Ratnakar GaikwadMetropolitan Commissioner Meanwhilethe activistshaving staged a peaceful protest last weekendare now planning to file a public interest litigation in the Bombay High Court Going to the court is our last resort; we have tried everything from discussionsto debatesto protests but the government doesnt want to listen Our PIL is coming up for hearing on October 21 while AGNI is filing a PIL in a few days?the ruling combine has to contend with the growing influence of former finance minister and People?

s post gets vacant again in August 2012. The GAD maintains that this is for the first time that the government has been going for bottom-up approach. AAP had approached EC for banners claiming that EVMs can be rigged to favour BJP. For all the latest Chandigarh News,Committee to Monitor Animal Welfare Laws in Maharashtra (appointed by the Bombay High Court) and also working with the Shri Ramanaghruha Trust,” Score (final): Pankaj Advani defeated Peter Gilchrist 6-2: 23-151 (145unf), 2014 1:07 pm Advani now is the holder of three different world titles in 2014 – the IBSF World 6-Red Snooker title, ??. ?? ?10 ? ???” Sanjay Tripathy.

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