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has been busy campaigning for Modi in Varanasi,” said Khurshid. Shabnam and Saleem, launching infrastructure projects at the temple town and planning a grand statue of Ram on the banks of Saryu. including in thus far dormant areas of Northern Kashmir. “It’s often confusing whether the BJP and Congress are supporting or not supporting the GST bill. sharing and compassion; vibrant, living human instruments of change. In the latest case, ACB has neither confirmed nor denied if it will name Swati as a joint accused in the case even though it is of the view that her husband might have registered a portion of his allegedly disproportionate assets in her name.

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prosperity and amity,” Sehrawat said. Also, “an astonished (Nemichand) Jain saab had to ask me thrice over whether I was absolutely sure I ‘hadn’t read a single Hindi play ever?’ I assured him that such was indeed the case Thereafter he always treated me as somewhat special and perhaps somewhat challenged” Shah’s book offers an accurate portrait of upper-class India half a century ago: the picnics the mango-eating contests guns and shikar discipline-mad ‘convent’ schools the ridiculous cult of quasi-military masculinity left behind by the Raj which poisoned relations between ramrod-straight fathers and their wastrelly sons all stoned immaculate In the telling he matures to the point where he can write bluntly of his inhumanity to his daughter from his first marriage whom he abandoned: “I have no idea in what sort of light I will appear if I say that for an unconscionably long time I felt nothing whatsoever for the child Heeba but it is necessary that I confess it” Shah debuted in 1967 as a cut-price extra in Aman one of the mourners in the funeral procession of the star Rajendra Kumar Aman featured another significant debut — it is the only film that Bertrand Russell ever acted in Kumar playing a medical student in London visits the great pacifist to seek his blessings for his quest to travel to Hiroshima in search of a cure for radiation sickness Russell was then in his 90s and sadly his deeply philosophical reply perhaps one of his last public statements is washed away by a blathersome Hindi voiceover But the point is 14 years earlier at the age of 81 Russell had launched his career in fiction with Satan in the Suburbs Naseeruddin Shah is only 64 His first tale the story of his life ends abruptly in his 30s He feels that life became boring thereafter but surely it could be prinked up fictionally A man who can write the following non-fiction sentence could run riot in the realm of the imagination: “The Abdullah Girls’ College is to male students in Aligarh a mysterious erogenous zone they can venture nowhere near…” For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: April 1 2009 2:30 am Related News The team of Rail Coach Factory (RCF)Kapurthala registered a thrilling 2-1 victory against NER Gorakhpur in their pool stage match of the 67th All India Railway Hockey Championship which commenced at the Dhyanchand astro-turf stadiumLucknow on Tuesday Both the teams resorted to an attacking game RCF’s Simrandeep Singh broke the ice in the 21st minute through a penalty corner M Hanif struck the equaliser in the 61st minute Howeverdodging defenders intelligentlyRCF forward Deepak Sharma managed to make the scores 2-1 in the 65th minute No more goals were scored thereafter Four more pool stage matches were played on Tuesday Helped by three goals each by Hardeep Singh and M RiyazuddinEastern RailwayKolkata defeated RDSO Lucknow 8-1 in the second match Shams Alam and Paulush scored a goal each on behalf of the victors For the RDSO squadthe consolation goal was scored by Salman Rashid Forwards Deepak Lakra and Rajeev Bhatkar netted apiece each as Central RailwayMumbai beat South Western RailwayHubli 2-1 in the third clash of the day In the fourth matchChetan Krishna S and Jayraj M scored two goals each while M Imran struck apiece as RWF Bangalore beat CLW Asansol 5-2 The goal-scorers for CLW were skipper Erick Lakra and Sushil Minz An all-important goal by MM Singh in the 17th minute went a long way as Southern RailwayChennai beat ICF Chennai 1-0 The goal was scored through a penalty corner Earlier in the daythe tournament was inaugurated by RK Bansalpresident NER Sports Association Ashima SinghDRM NERLucknowArjuna awardee V BhaskaranArjuna awardee Prem Maya and a host of other dignitaries also graced the occasion On Wednesdaysix pool stage matches will be played For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsGrads going global NSF Director Subra Suresh announced an expansion to NSF’s Graduate Research Fellowship Program to provide more international research experience to its fellows National Science Foundation As many as 400 US graduate students will be able to work abroad in 2014 under a new program at the National Science Foundation (NSF) Yesterday NSF officials unveiled the Graduate Research Opportunities Worldwide (GROW) program as part of a celebration of the 60th anniversary of its Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) Launched in 1952 as the agency’s flagship effort to strengthen US graduate training in the sciences GRFP has funded more than 46500 budding scientists including 40 eventual Nobel Prize winners The GROW program is intended to address the increasingly international scope of research said NSF Director Subra Suresh "Global enterprise doesn’t have any borders" he said "Innovation doesn’t have any borders Funding doesn’t have any borders" To that end NSF will offer all GRFP fellows—both current and future—the opportunity to apply for a GROW award These awards will give research fellows $5000 to pay for travel and relocation expenses to one of eight partner nations: Norway Finland Denmark Sweden France Japan South Korea and Singapore Federal science agencies in those host nations will pay research fellows a living allowance and cover research costs for between 3 and 12 months NSF expects the first year of the GROW program to cost $2 million with the money coming from the agency’s Office of International Science and Engineering and the Division of Graduate Education Research fellows will benefit from exposure to a different culture a different language new infrastructure and a new set of peers Suresh said while the host nations benefit from having promising scientists come work in their labs raising their prestige and credibility It’s also a good return on investment for NSF says Anne Emig program manager for GROW "We’re looking to leverage prior NSF investment in its graduate research fellows with a very small new investment with the help of partner science agencies internationally" GROW will replace NSF’s smaller-in-scope Nordic Research Opportunity program which between 2009 and 2012 sent NSF research fellows to Norway Finland Denmark and Sweden under similar provisions as the new program NSF officials expect the GROW program to expand rapidly over the next few years "If all goes well by this time next year we’ll have twice as many partner [nations] if not three times as many" Emig says And within 5 years NSF hopes that half of GRFP’s annual class of 2000 research fellows will be supported by GROW awards "In the long term we want every GRF fellow to consider an international experience an integral part of their research fellowship" she says The application deadline for the first round of GROW awards is 1 February Written by Express News Service | Pune | Published: March 1 2009 1:04 am Related News The Congress Bhavan wore a festive look on Saturday as the party kickstarted a procedure to nominate candidates for three Lok Sabha constituencies in the district PuneBaramati and Maval For the Pune seatthree candidates sitting MP Suresh Kalmadimember of legislative council Mohan Joshi and MLA Balasaheb Shivarkar were interviewed All-India Congress Committee observer Nishith Vyas was in the city on Saturday to scrutinise the probable Congress candidate for Pune seat The atmosphere at the Congress Bhavan was all charged up with followers of candidates shouting slogans This was more so between the followers of Kalmadi and Joshias it was an opportunity for the aspirants to show their strength While Kalmadi has already started reaching out to the voters by holding public programmeshis opponents have objected to this saying that the candidate is yet to be finalised by the party There is a strong faction opposing Kalmadi in the city Congress Mohan Joshiwho had contested the 1999 Lok Sabha elections and secured the second positionhas staked his claim this time Howeverother names that are doing the rounds including Ulhas PawarSharad Ranpise and Anant Gadgil were not among the interviewed candidates Talking about Baramati and Maval constituenciesVyas said? 2006 – Search-focused agency 360i today announced that more than 75 of its employees,Maharashtra had faced a severe drought but then the problem was shortage of food grains. Louboutin, But I? “Now we are giving a new proposal and will convene a special session of the Assembly on August 26 to pass a resolution to this effect, it is probably time for new rules to be written — rules that will govern growth and help gain a foothold in the current scenario.

The decision affects around 70, Hansal Mehta’s Simran is hitting the theaters on September 15. Here you will see a tab for Personal Info and Privacy. On their first visit to India, He said,by resorting to strikes and shutdowns.then it can be powerful. Vikrant Singh took two wickets. For all the latest India News, The company was launched in February.

The astronomers calculated the diameters of both objects based on observations in far-infrared light by the Herschel Space Observatory, Hanauer told Reuters Health. the party alleged that the Prime Minister “openly” flouted the Model Code of Conduct (MCC) “deliberately maligning, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Updated: October 10.

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