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“The intelligence department and the police also need to be given a free hand to expose the conspiracy… Otherwise the volcano on which the entire western Uttar Pradesh is sitting can explode any time, the actor is seen telling his director that he can sing it himself. But the biggest challenge I faced was timing my bladder and water intake. she said. The installed capacity is around 4 million pieces per day, (those who sell tea are better than those who sell the country), Maharashtra BJP unit president Devendra Fadnavis said That created a sense of pride amongst the tea vendors of Mumbai and they contacted us and we said Yesyou come We will give you a place to sit, he said Senior BJP leader L K Advani and Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray are not attending the rally For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Garima Rakesh Mishra | Pune | Published: April 18 2014 3:31 am Related News Disappointment frustration anger and confusion reigned supreme in areas such Koregaon Park Kalyaninagar and B T Kawade Road as many residents did not find their names on the voter list when they went to exercise their franchise Despite having the voter’s ID card and having voted in the past elections these people were forced to leave the polling booth Harishchandra Chudasama 76 had never missed a chance to vote ever since he turned 18 He almost broke down Thursday when the polling officials told him that his name was not there on the list “Since my father is old I accompanied him to the booth at Shri Sant Gadge Maharaj High School North Main Road We reached there around 8 am We searched for his name for almost an hour but couldn’t find it Voting means a lot to him and he literally started crying when he was told he can’t vote It has happened in the past that even though we didn’t have the voting slips we found our names on the list but this time we didn’t” said Aradhana Chudasama 41 a resident of Lapis Lazuli Koregaon Park Bharati Pancholi and her husband have been staying in Pune for the last 20 years and have always exercised their right to vote However this year the couple couldn’t because their names were missing from the list “My husband is physically challenged so I went to the booth at Shri Sant Gadge Maharaj High School thinking I will get him there after I locate both the names Shockingly while both our names were missing my mother-in-law’s name — Malti Vishnu Pancholi — was there on the list even though she died in 2010 and we were issued a death certificate too” complained Pancholi She added: “Someone suggested I should try finding my name in Shinde Vasti Mundhwa booth so I went there too But couldn’t find it there either” At Erin Nagarwala School in Kalyaninagar a number of residents who had applied for the voter’s ID card and had not received yet were seen searching for their cards in the specified boxes “It is such an important document and here the cards have been left irresponsibly in the hands of common people We were asked to search for the cards on our own Neither could I find my card nor could I locate my name in the list This would have been the first time for me to vote My husband and I had applied for the voter card about three months ago but didn’t get it after searching for more than an hour” said Bhavna Gosai 39 a resident of Kumar City Kalyaninagar There were also those who had the voter’s ID card but not the voter slip and had to visit more than one polling booth to search for their names Though they found the booth-level officers (BLOs) at Village High School “helpful in terms of assisting the residents in looking for their names” many left to leave disheartened IT professional Vishal Kumar 32 reached Village High School in Ghorpuri at 715 am sharp While he had a voter ID card his name was missing from the voter list After spending 45 minutes searching for his name he came back home “A lady from our society said some of the residents have got a different voting booth as a centre this year I headed to Mudliar School in Sopan Baug Fortunately I found my name there and could cast my vote” said Kumar For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: April 17 2013 1:28 am Related News Dattawadi police have arrested a dance teacherwho is also a director of a dance academyfor allegedly molesting a 10-year-old girl on Monday night Police have identified the suspect as Nitin Purushottam Arole (47)a resident of Manikbag on Sinhagad Road The mother of the victim lodged a police complaint at Dattawadi police station The suspect was produced before the magistrate court on Tuesday where Judicial Magistrate (first class) U L Pathak remanded him in police custody till April 18 According to policethe victim is a student of class IV Her parents had admitted her to a dance and drama academy Kill Bill Natyarang Bhoomi on Sinhagad Roadwhich is owned by Arole The classes began on April 11 Police said that the victim used to go to the class with her friend The two girls were dropped and picked by victims mother or her friends father Around 330 pm on MondayArole called the victim to his cabin for practice and allegedly molested her Assistant police inspector S C Shinde said that incident came to light when father of the victims friend found them crying after he brought them home from the academy on Monday evening When he inquiredthe victim reportedly told him that she was molested by Arole He then informed the victims parentswho lodged a complaint under section 354 of the Indian Penal Code Police are investigating whether the suspect molested other minor girls at the academy For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: April 29 2016 10:25 am Actress Richa Chadha who will soon be seen in Omung Kumar’s biopic “Sarbjit” says real life interests her more than a film Related News Actress Richa Chadha who will soon be seen in Omung Kumar’s biopic “Sarbjit” says real life interests her more than a film “Sarbjit” is based on the life of Indian farmer Sarabjit Singh who strayed into Pakistan was convicted of terrorism and spying in Pakistan and sentenced to death “I am more interested in real life than a film Therefore when a film is made from real life incidents that seems to be more exciting for me I am lucky to have that opportunity to portray a real life character as Sarabjit’s wife” she said at the launch of the song “Tung lak” from “Sarbjit” on Thursday(April 28) “Sukhpreet Kaur (Sarabjit’s wife) isn’t a famous character Although I did not have to learn the body language mannerism for the role as Randeep (Hooda) had to However mentally I had to prepare myself a lot I take a lot of interest in preparing such kind of roles but as an actor I would love to portray both real character or fictional” she added Read More Unlike her character Nagma Khatun in “Gangs of Wasseypur” Richa says her character in “Sarbjit” is a subdued wife “The only similarity is that in both the films the characters are ageing as the film proceeds While my role in ‘Gangs of Wasseypur’ is a fiery outspoken and a loud woman here I am a silent housewife whose husband isn’t present at home She has to take the entire responsibility of her in-laws and her child Sukhpreet is lively at first and gradually changes when she faces tragedy in her life” Besides Richa Aishwarya Rai Bachchan will be seen essaying the role of Sarabjit’s sister Dalbir Kaur in the film and Randeep Hooda as Sarabjit The film is set to release on May 20 Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: December 25 2015 10:40 pm Jung’s office said parole rejected after Govt took a call (Source: Express Archive) Related News After accusing Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung of “threatening and intimidating” bureaucrats Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal claimed on Wednesday that Jung had “pressurised” Delhi Home Minister Satyendar Jain to act on the parole application filed by former Haryana chief minister Om Prakash Chautala Chautala is currently serving a 10-year sentence in Tihar Jail after being convicted in a corruption case The Lt Governor had asked Jain why his department had created obstructions in Chautala’s plea seeking parole and transfer to a prison in Bathinda said sources According to sources the Lt Governor had asked Jain to act swiftly given Chautala’s advanced age and ill-health In a two-page file noting Kerjiwal had questioned Jung’s interest in the case sources said Share This Article Related Article “The chief minister has questioned the Lt Governor’s interest in the case Chautala was 82 years old when convicted by the court If the court handed him a 10-year-sentence at his age why should the government take his age into account while dealing with his parole application” said a source According to sources Kejriwal also asked the Lt Governor how many cases pertaining to aged prisoners he had taken an interest in However the Lt Governor’s office said that based on the recommendations made by Jain Jung had rejected Chautala’s parole application on October 5 In a statement issued on Wednesday Jung’s office said “The principal secretary (Home) and minister (Home) GNCTD did not recommend the parole on the ground that convict had last availed one month parole wef April 4 2015 to May 5 2015 further extended to May 28 2015 and he surrendered on June 3 2015” Jung had rejected Chautala’s parole plea as there should be a gap of minimum six months from the date of termination of last parole his office said adding that no parole plea has been received from the former chief minister thereafter Sources in the Lt Governor’s secretariat said that the case has been decided and a matter like this should not be needlessly politicised For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Moscow | Published: July 28 2016 10:08 pm United World Wrestling said one competitor Viktor Lebedev should not take part in the Rio Games because he had a positive doping test in 2006 (Source: AP) Top News United World Wrestling the governing body for Olympic forms of wrestling said on Thursday a special commission it set up had recommended that 16 of the 17 Russian wrestlers who qualified for the Rio Olympics should be allowed to take part It said in a statement the 16 had been tested in accredited laboratories outside Russia and were not mentioned in a report that alleged Russia ran a state-sponsored doping programme It said one competitor Viktor Lebedev should not take part in the Rio Games because he had a positive doping test in 2006 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Bordeaux | Updated: June 20 2016 2:50 am Kevin de Bruyne said a troublesome hamstring which saw him skip training before the Ireland clash was improving (Source: Reuters) Top News Kevin de Bruyne said he never feared being dropped by Belgium even though coach Marc Wilmots had threatened wholesale changes before Saturday’s 3-0 over Ireland at Euro 2016 (RESULTS | STANDINGS) De Bruyne had been among the players criticised after Belgium’s opening 2-0 defeat by Italy in Group E But the midfield playmaker bounced back to form in Bordeaux against the Irish Wilmots has since admitted that he was “bluffing” with his threats But whatever role the mind games played the Belgians are winning again “We answered the critics on the field after a lesser performance against Italy” De Bruyne said “I read some of the speculation but I never felt that my place in the starting team was under threat I’ve proven myself enough in the past in the national team ” “I think we played really well and were patient in our approach” De Bruyne said a troublesome hamstring which saw him skip training before the Ireland clash was improving “I ran less against Ireland and feel better” he said Belgium complete their Group E campaign against Sweden in Nice on Wednesday “From tomorrow our focus is solely on Sweden” De Bruyne said “They are a good team with Zlatan Ibrahimovic a classy player They have to win so they will attack us Hopefully it is an open game which will give us an advantage” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsChristchurch: A Kane Williamson half century saw New Zealand snap a four-Test losing streak when they beat Pakistan by eight wickets Sunday in the first Test at Hagley Oval Christchurch A low-scoring match was wrapped up inside eight sessions after the first day’s washout with Williamson’s second innings 61 — his 24th Test half-century — the top score of the match Set 105 to win after Pakistan were all out for 171 in their second innings on the morning of the fourth day Williamson lost his wicket with the scores level leaving debutant Jeet Raval to seal victory with a boundary off Yasir Shah Kane Williamson top-scored for New Zealand in the chase with a score of 61 Getty Images It was a much-needed confidence boost for the home side coming off a 3-0 series whitewash in India and a comprehensive 204-run loss to South Africa New Zealand’s debutants shone Opener Raval was unbeaten on 36 in the second innings after top-scoring in the first innings with 55 while Colin de Grandhomme gave a masterful display of medium-paced bowling taking 6 for 41 in the first innings when Pakistan were skittled for 133 After New Zealand replied with 200 Pakistan resumed their second innings on Sunday at 129 for 7 and added a further 42 to be all out for 171 Sohail Khan posted a Test-best 40 as he and Asad Shafiq (17) showed gritty resistance at the start of the day But their 53-run stand for the eighth wicket came to an end when Sohail half-heartedly pulled a short-pitched Southee delivery to de Grandhomme at backward square Neil Wagner who returned figures of 3 for 34 claimed the wicket of Shafiq and Southee closed the innings when he had Rahat Ali caught for two Southee finished with 3 for 53 and Trent Boult who leaked 19 runs in two overs on Sunday took 3 for 37 Pakistan removed opener Tom Latham early in New Zealand’s saunter to the finish when he fended at a sharply rising Mohammad Amir delivery and was caught by Shafiq atgully for nine It ended a disappointing Test for Latham who fell lbw to Amir in the first innings for one Williamson and Raval were largely untroubled through to the end of the innings until New Zealand reached 104 to level the scores and Williamson swept Azhar Ali straight to Sami Aslam at fine leg The second and final Test in the series starts in Hamilton on Friday with New Zealand searching for their first series win over Pakistan in 31 years As I write this Donald Trump has just being sworn in as the 45thPresident of the United States I am preparing to speak with my feet to join the rising tides of protest in the American south What is the purpose of protest Where is the gratification in joining the tide In the face of immense adversity and fear it is easy to become despondent Becoming a part of the crowd reaffirms the power of the people and the strength of the peoples’ mandate Anti-Trump protesters at a rally AFP Photo Why are the elites so afraid of these demonstrations President Trump has taken to Twitter several times to decry protests as unfair and petty Protesters have been called snowflakes and outside agitators a manipulated and confused mass This is a simple and selfishly motivated smear campaign When people mobilise those consolidators of power have everything to fear These protests are unwanted exposure for the new corporate elites These protests threaten the new ruling class’s ham-fisted grip on power The people will not be silenced As long as systemic racism exists there will be black resistance As long as workers are extorted and underpaid there will be unions As long as corporations drill down into the earth to extract the oil that pollutes our water and dirties our air there will be people chaining themselves to heavy machinery Resistance is a heartbeat It rises when we work slowly because we know that we are not getting paid enough It rises when we yell back to street harassers and gropers It rises when we sing and march It rose on the Edmund Pettis Bridge It rose in Syria and in Egypt It rose when India threw off the shackles of imperialism and white supremacy We must place our hope in these flashpoints of resistance Most people out on the street today have much to lose in the next four years Not only have people been “insulted” by Trump’s talk but also recognise that white supremacy means more violence against all people of colour People recognise that boys are growing up in an era where a man can brag about sexual assault and then become president They see the minimum wage being abolished and the most basic healthcare provisions being taken from them and their children They see families being torn asunder and budgets for public schools being slashed These protests are a crosshatch of varied and sometimes conflicting priorities and goals But solidarity should be centered in this narrative Partisans cannot hijack protests that center human lives rights and dignity Many of these groups are out today There are the partisans from the Pantsuit Nation to the Bernie Bros There are the labour unions the anti-capitalists and anti-fascist coalitions There is Black Lives Matter a group that has been slandered by alt-right news outlets as a terrorist organisation There are the queer coalitions and members of the First Nations and the water protectors of Standing Rock There are immigrant’s rights groups and workers of all stripes It’s tempting to view the tides as monoliths People agree people disagree people are part of smaller communities with different goals and interests It is important to counter the prevailing notion that these protests are a uniform — and uniformly partisan — mass These aren’t Democrats protesting Republicans These are coalitions fighting to resist corporate and state actions that put non-violent offenders in jail for twenty years These are coalitions fighting against the normalisation of rape and sexual assault These are groups making connections between moneyed interests detention and deportation These are people resisting the violence that American settlement wrought on the people who were here before Europeans landed on these shores And now more than ever it’s important to realise the world in which we support one another’s fundamental rights This starts to happen in the streets When we step out of our homes and look at each other we recognise that we’re all really fighting for the same thing We’re fighting to be seen and heard We’re fighting because we’re tired of being governed by fear and intimidation And we’re fighting for each other These protests are not about four years from now They’re about now and tomorrow and the next several decades of human existence Now is not a time for pontificating It is a time for action and resistance It is the time for coalition building and the strengthening of ties This isn’t about partisanship or vying for power but about cherishing and fighting for our selves and for one another Protests are scary because they are non-hierarchical People are invested in one another and common objectives on the streets And that’s what we feel when we’re there That feeling is what we should be fighting for Milan: Italy coach Giampiero Ventura believes that the transfer market should close before the start of the season he said on Monday Ventura said that uncertainty over the situation of a number of players had made it difficult for him to pick the squad for Saturday’s World Cup qualifying showdown away to Spain their most important match since Euro 2016 File image of Italy’s coach Giampiero Ventura Reuters “There are players in the middle of negotiations who have not played or others who have changed teams and have only played a few minutes and it’s the national team which pays the price” the veteran coach told reporters “It would be better if the players I select were playing all the time but there’s nothing we can do” He said it was a contradiction that the transfer window around Europe ended at the end of August when the season was already two or three weeks old “The market should close 24 hours before the start of the season I’ve always said that” he said “A lot of people have asked me when I have called up Leonardo Spinazzola but if we talk about him during the year he’s an asset” he said “They’ve also asked about Federico Bernardeschi who has played little and the same goes for Lorenzo Pellegrini and Andrea Barzagli” he said “This is a result of the transfer window still being open which means you have to live with certain situations” Spinazzola has yet to play for Atalanta this season while Bernardeschi has played only 18 minutes for Juventus since his move from Fiorentina Defender Barzagli has played for 16 minutes after coming on as a substitute for Juventus against Genoa on Saturday while AS Roma’s Pellegrini has also made one brief substitute’s appearance since his move from Sassuolo Spain and Italy are level on 16 points at the top of Group G although Spain have the better goal difference Only the winners qualify directly for Russia next year while the best eight runners-up in the nine European groups go into two-leg playoffs Italy have not won in Spain since 1949 – although that did not worry Ventura "We’ll take the game to Spain and try to win" he said "If the last time Italy won in Spain was 70 years ago it’s clear that there’s been a problem But it also means that if we win we will have done something great" Written by Shubhangi Khapre | Mumbai | Published: October 13 2013 2:11 am Related News Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray Saturday ticked off former Lok Sabha Speaker Manohar Joshi for his growing dissidence against the party and its leadership At a public function in Dadar on FridayJoshi had said? the 55-year-old Swedish journalist and writer has been travelling across the world to talk about the book. 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