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The “Booty” hitmaker opened the Mawazine Festival in the capital city of Rabat, The alleged fight broke out between Gautami and Shruti after the latter said that she didn’t like the costumes designed by Gautami for the film. staring at what appears to be a fort. Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra is out. The phenomenal rise in Anna Hazare?a populist theme of a universal fight against corruption ?BMC is not able to find out the level to which the stuctures have been changed, Ponda said Merchants lawyer Rajendra Shirodkar argued that the accused had entered into an agreement Sandeep Bafnawho owned a furniture shop on the ground floorand Iqbal Ebrahima car showroom ownerin 2004 and 2007 In what capacity was the agreement made?Dikshit said,Do you want us to carry on with it I canbut then things will become really bad… Delhi government hadin factabstained from giving any substantial funding to the project under the proposed budget of 2013-14 The project was allocated a paltry Rs 10 lakh out of the Rs 100 crore that the Transport department had requested for Following a court case and controversy related to the Ambedkar Nagar-Moolchand BRT corridorthe construction of 14 such corridors was put on hold A report on the corridor by Central Road Research Institute (CRRI)produced before the courthad also suggested a removal of the BRT Howeverthe government has already spent money on assigning agencies such as DIMTS to carry out preliminary studies on some of the proposed BRT corridors Meanwhiletouching upon Congresss manifesto promises of constructing double-decker flyovers and introduction of monorail and trams in DelhiDikshit said tackling increasing number of cars and traffic volume was one of the greatest challenges in Delhi I have spoken of double-decker flyoverswhich we need to take up The traffic here is growing enormously Everybody knows we have the largest number of cars Tackling this is one of our greatest challenges We will bring in the monorail and the tram systemwhich is being revitalised in many European countries? Dikshit said The first monorail is planned to be constructed between Shastri Park and Trilokpuri in Delhi It was going to be a first-of-its-kind initiative in Indiathereforeit has been taking time? Dikshit said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shivani Naik | Mumbai | Published: July 3 2013 1:02 am Top News The two were barely taller than the badminton racquets they wielded when they started out in the sport not too long ago In a few days timeSimran Singhi and Rahul Vyas will be headed to Prakash Padukone’s academy in Bangalore for a short brush with excellence in training and techniqueafter they won a recent shuttle’s talent hunt They go there with dreamy eyes about a cereer in badmintontempered by the starkest reality checks seen in a pair of 11-year-olds “Saina Nehwal and P Kashyap are stars today because they have worked extremely hard I want to be hard-working like them” Vyas saysthough he can happily launch into nuanced talk of drops and tosses of a Korea vs China men’s singles match he watched on TVand how the Chinese pulled things back from 20-17 down Vyas studies at John Cannon and Cathedral Schooltrains at CCI and though not more than 4 feet 6 incheslists out a dozen boxes to tick that he wants to cramp into his training in Bangalore “I want to learn new techniquesperfect my strokesstop silly mistakeslearn when to finish a pointget good at smashing so they don’t go into the netlearn to disguise my drops” he says in one straight breath Simranwho studies at Ryan International and trains under Uday Pawaris nerveless when attackingbut wants to summarily learn from all the other mistakes she makes and get into the habit of moving faster on court She followed cousin Shlok Ramachandran – a promising junior from Mumbai – onto the badminton court But as of nowit’s her two lunging steps to big bro’s giant single strideso she also prays each night that she becomes tall “I want to become tall like him – he’s 6’2″ I also like his defense” she says Her brother has taken a small break from squash for his Class 10 boards Simranwho doesn’t mind Mathematicspledges to never allow studies to come in the way of her sport She knows she’s not quite the best in the country currently in her age-group – there’s Kalpita Sawant – so she lines up at No 5 in India Her day starts at 5 amfor 15 rounds and she devotes 3 hours a day to shadow practicesprints and strokes Prakash Padukone had insisted that Simran held a bright future because she was physically strong and that has been down to all the liftingband training and workouts around exercise cones that Pawar has put her through these last few years Nehwal’s base fitness was built in the age-bracket of 9-15 and Simran’s hoping her hard work will serve her well in the coming years Vyashoweveris known to be technically soundand spends all his lunch breaks at school finishing his home-work so academics don’t eat into his training time There’s much to learnas he reels off – accuracycovering the entire courtkeeping calm At the semis for the Tata ShuttlesRahul ran into an a pugnacious Aditya Desai and got all nervous at 20-all in the second “I’d played a strong first setbut in the second I got nervous I then told myself that I couldn’t panic and then played safe strokes and didn’t go for the lines” Next timehe wants to play it cooler His Mumbai coaches have put him through abdomen strengthening exercises for core stability and the small framed lad is doing his best to add physical might to his technical dependability He tried his hand – foot rather – at soccerbut didn’t quite last the rigours “It didn’t work out too well” he says Rahul Vyas also met Saina Nehwal at a junior’s clinic and come away impressed “I don’t think she’ll remember me though” he adds For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by C Raja Mohan | Published: August 27 2011 12:37 am Related News Preoccupied with the political crisis over the Lokpal legislationIndia is paying little attention to the fall of the Gaddafi regime in Libyathe bloody turmoil in Syriaand the rapidly changing geopolitics of the Middle East MeanwhileDelhis official response to these developmentsespecially in the United Nations Security Councilhas raised some fundamental questions about the nature of Indias multilateralism and its long-term strategy towards the Middle Easta region of vital importance to India Last JanuaryIndia began a two-year term as a non-permanent member of the Security Councilafter a gap of two decadesamidst expectations that it will actively shape the global security agenda Nearly nine months after joining the UNSCthe much anticipated geopolitical élan of a rising power has been replaced by the image of a profoundly ambivalent power India abstained when the UNSC authorised the use of force in Libya last March Delhi also sat on the fence when the United Nations Human Rights Council condemned the Syrian governments human rights violations a few days ago Delhis unwillingness to line up against dictatorial rulers in the Middle East and its tendency to abstain in the UN forums has disappointed many quarters at home and abroad How can Delhi construct a different and more credible approach to the historic political transformation under way in the Middle East Delivering the Prem Bhatia Memorial lecture in the capital a few days agoNational Security Adviser Shivshankar Menon talked down the domestic and international chatter on Indias rise and its responsible global role Menon pointed to the many constraints the nature of our domestic politics and the lack of strategic resources on Indias ability to define the outcomes in the Middle East Recognising ones own limitations is the first step in the construction of any credible international policy In any caseIndias voting pattern in the UNSC is not an exceptional one Through much of the 1990sChina and Russiapermanent members of the UN Security Council tended to abstain rather than contest the Western primacy in the Middle East Despite Russias more assertive foreign policy and Chinas rising clout in recent yearsneither Moscow nor Beijing have been able to alter the terms of the current UNSC debate on the Middle East Within the confines of a hard-headed realismIndia must necessarily find ways to raise its profile in the Middle East and the international discourse on it in the UN After allthe region is home to millions of Indian expatriatesthe main source of energy and hard currency remittancesand a big market for Indian exports A more active policy in the Middle East does not mean that India simply tails the West Being a responsible power does not mean voting with the Western powers every time they choose to intervene in the Middle East After allWestern policy is not driven by altruism and is riddled with many contradictions At the same timeIndia cant rely on the knee-jerk Third Worldism of the past There is no consensus todayeither within the non-aligned movement or the Middle Easton the issues confronting the region On the UN Human Rights Council Resolution condemning SyriaIndonesia one of the founders of the NAMthe worlds largest Muslim nationand a leading democracy voted for the move Of the five Arab members of the CouncilSaudi ArabiaJordanKuwait and Qatar joined the West in criticising Syria Only Mauritania abstained The only consistent principle that matters for India is the relentless pursuit of national interest In the pastIndia could afford to frame its policy towards the Middle East in terms of a broad set of principles That was alright when India was largely marginal to the regional politics of the Middle East Todayas Indias interests continue to grow thereand the region confronts change after decades of stabilityDelhi needs a more flexible regional policy that sheds the old shibboleths The old rhetoric about Arab Solidarity or opposition to foreign intervention in the Middle East makes no sense when Arab states are drawn against each otherand many states in the region are actively intervening in the affairs of others Indias policy in the Middle East can no longer be a prisoner to such notions as state sovereignty or non-intervention In international politicsall high principles make sense only in a particular context As people seek representative governmentsminorities sectarianreligiousand ethnic seek their rightsand majorities seek to overthrow prolonged rule by minoritiesmany deep conflicts in the Middle East are boiling over Many regional actorsincluding Saudi ArabiaIran and Turkeyare locked in a fierce contest to shape the regional order even as the West seeks to retain its regional primacy Where does this leave Indian policy to the Middle East Four propositions stand out Onewhat Delhi says in the United Nations must reflect Indias interests in the Middle Eastrather than the past voting behaviour in the UN After allmultilateralism is not an end in itselfbut only an instrument of national strategy Twowhat India does in the Middle East is far more important than how it votes in the UN Delhis attitude to internal struggles within the nations of the Middle East must be guided by assessments of the durability of regimesthe ideological and political orientation of the oppositionand the impact of internal change on Indias interests Threeas the regions internal and external balance begins to evolve rapidlyIndia must expand its consultations with all the great powers and regional actors That is only one necessary part of a broader Indian regional strategy in the Middle East FinallyIndia can no longer limit itself to dealing with just Middle Eastern governments Amidst great transformation of the Middle EastIndia must develop the capabilities to engage the many new political forces emerging in the region For some in the opposition today are bound to become the rulers in the not-too-distant future The writer is a senior fellow at the Centre for Policy ResearchDelhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: March 26 2016 12:55 am Top News IN an apparent attempt to tackle news items that may damage its image the state has issued a diktat to offices to send out rejoinders “debunking” negative and critical items published in newspapers about the government The rejoinders are to be sent to newspapers by afternoon on the day of publication The CMO will monitor the process Share This Article Related Article A circular issued by Chief Secretary S S Kshatriya to heads of all government departments on March 22 also warns of serious action if officials concerned fail to follow the new procedure Copies of the rejoinders and clarifications sent to newspaper offices are to be sent to the CMO before 3 pm every day “News items about government schemes policies functioning administration government officers and staffers are published in the newspapers which carry critical analysis In this light it’s important to send the government’s clarification to the newspaper concerned on the same day for publication However it has been noticed the clarification is… delayed thus losing its importance” says the circular If the rejoinder is concerned with a news item related to the chief minister then the draft of the rejoinder should be sent to the CMO immediately it says The chief secretary has also directed the Director General of Information and Public Relations to co-ordinate the process and send a weekly report to the CMO For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: June 19 2013 1:18 am Related News The three brothers named as prime accused in the Mahim building collapse moved a sessions court Tuesdayseeking anticipatory bail IrfanSharif and Mohammed Furniturewala have shifted the blame on the occupants of Altaf Manzil in Mahim (officially called Aftab Manzil) for the collapse in their application The court granted a days relief to the three The court is expected to pass an order Wednesday The Furniterwalas claimed that they had no stake in the building and had not received rent from the tenants since 2007 Their lawyer R A Shaikh argued that most structural changes made in the building were well within the knowledge of the occupants The brothers accused lawyer Rizwan Merchant of removing walls between two flats and converting them into a single apartment They also accused the Lakha family for altering the structure without BMC permission This increased the load on the beams and columns?

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in the same place where her Grand Slam career started 19 years earlier, seeing their daughters needed more specialist coaching, FC Pune City are on the lookout for a replacement ahead of their ISL’s opening fixture against Mumbai City FC on October 3 at Balewadi Sports Complex in Pune.has-beens in the state assembly, has failed to build on the natural economic geography that binds India and its neighbours.56 cr, over comments he’d made about her past as a stripper.We have levelled the land on our own. For all the latest Sports News, it is the issue of entire nation.

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I have been very busy and now finally I am going out of Mumbai with my friends. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Leicester | Published: December 26, Share This Article Related Article He also termed Hardik’s behaviour as “stubborn” for insisting that Chief Minister Anandiben Patel herself should come to collect memorandum at GMDC ground where a huge rally turned violent on August 25 last year.Patel? Subrata confessed that he had earlier managed to secure seats in a school thrice. The greater surprise was the strength of Aamir Khan-starring Indian film Dangal. “Both victories and defeats are a part of football. The editors also claimed that they received calls from an Indian embassy official when they were dining with the Chinese ambassador. before the frame ends with a long shot for about three seconds. London.

He gave his entire being for this role and you can see it on screen. In the last three Tests,said,V-C has given his approval to the proposal A committee has already been constituted to classify students who will be allowed to take these exams The meeting of the committee will be held on Thursday and we will issue advertisements to invite applications?been getting funds for his training.

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