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The writer is secretaryrural developmentGovernment of India Views are personal For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsKuala Lumpur: Big crowds of protesters returned to the streets of Kuala Lumpur on Sunday to demand the resignation of Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak over a financial scandal after the first day of the massive rally passed peacefully The protesters camped overnight wearing yellow shirts of the Bersih movement — the coalition for clean and fair elections — even after authorities blocked the organiser’s website and banned yellow attire and the group’s logo in a bid to deter the rallies which were also held in other Malaysian cities Former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad who has been spearheading calls for Najib’s resignation added momentum to the rally when he made a surprise brief appearance late Saturday with his wife to loud cheers from the crowd and telling protesters to "carry on" Big crowds of protesters returned to the streets of Kuala Lumpur on Sunday to demand the resignation of Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak over a financial scandal after the first day of the massive rally passed peacefully AP Najib has been fighting for political survival after leaked documents in July showed he received some $700 million in his private accounts from entities linked to indebted state fund 1MDB He later said the money was a donation from the Middle East fired his critical deputy and four other Cabinet members as well as the attorney general investigating him He slammed the protests for tarnishing Malaysia’s image "Those who wear this yellow attire. they want to discredit our good name scribble black coal on Malaysia’s face to the outside world" Najib was quoted as saying by national news agency Bernama Police estimated Saturday’s crowd at 25000 while Bersih says 200000 participated at its peak The rally was scheduled to last until midnight Sunday to usher in Malaysia’s 58th National Day "This is a watershed moment Malaysians are united in their anger at the mismanagement of this country We are saying loudly that there should be a change in the leadership" said protester Azrul Khalib who slept on the street with his friends He said he was aware that the rally will not bring change overnight but he wants to be "part of efforts to build a new Malaysia" Some used colored chalks to scrawl their demands on the street: "We want change" and "We want clean and fair (elections)" Scores of police barricaded roads leading to the Independence Square a national landmark that authorities declared off-limits to protesters ahead of the national day celebrations on Monday Previous two Bersih rallies in 2011 and 2012 were dispersed by police using tear gas and water cannons Analysts said the rally attracted a largely urban crowd with a smaller participation of ethnic Malays which could be the reason why the Najib government allowed it to go on "They feel safe because it has not really affected the rural Malay segment their bedrock support" said political analyst Ibrahim Suffian However he said this doesn’t mean that rural Malays are happy with the government as many are upset with the plunging currency and economic slowdown A nation of 30 million Malaysia is predominantly Malay Muslim with significant Chinese and Indian minorities Its ambitions to rise from a middle income to a developed nation this decade have been stymied by slow-paced reforms and Najib’s increasing authoritarianism Support for Najib’s National Front has eroded in the last two general elections It won in 2013 but lost the popular vote for the first time to an opposition alliance Concerns over the political scandal partly contributed to the Malaysian currency plunging to a 17-year low beyond 4 ringgit to the dollar earlier this month Apart from Najib’s resignation the demands being sought are institutional reforms that will make the government more transparent and accountable AP Written by Ektaa Malik | Published: April 22 2017 5:01 am Karan Johar( Express Photo by Praveen Kumar Top News You have never shied away from speaking your mind and your films too have slices from your life So why a book now I have never planned anything in my life I go where my instinct takes me I thought that there was enough in my life which I was ready to share There are fits and starts of my life that I have showcased in my films But the book talks about things which I was perhaps too shy to talk about at one point And when I was approached for the book I said I would only do it if I am completely honest or at least honest enough I will push the envelop but I won’t tear it You have talked about how you didn’t fit in and had trouble making friends in your growing-up years All that changed when you won an inter-school debate competition How did you deal with that phase of your life I didn’t do what was expected of me as a boy I was not the most ‘masculine’ ‘macho’ person I had tapped into my feminine side and women felt at ease with me I had been at the receiving end of comments like ‘why are you walking like a girl’ or ‘running like one’ Such things scar you I was told that my hand movements were funny and that I had a squeak in my voice All this can put you in a box and that box can be very claustrophobic I could either pity myself or break away from it It was difficult but it was very heartening to have the parents that I did Their support and their modern outlook made me feel that I always belonged that I could chase any career that I wanted Your father was very indulgent and your mom was the strict one Now that you have Yash and Ruhi do you have a parenting plan in place Everybody thinks that I am going to spoil my children but that’s not true Contrary to what people think I was not a spoilt brat My mother gave me a very strong value system I was very scared of her I was very aware of the struggles that my family went through You were a quiet child Yes I was very quiet I would quietly absorb all that happened around me like a sponge You are more than making up for it now Totally People won’t believe me but I am a reluctant extrovert I play that part as I think that’s expected of me But I like my own silence and the company of my thoughts I don’t always want to be the life of a party now The film industry is notorious for being insular I am not as insular as the rest of them I am quite open to people from all walks of life I don’t live in a bubble I believe there are members of the film fraternity who do that and that leads to delusion I am not delusional and I want to be aware of my strengths and weaknesses My strengths are now a part of me but my weaknesses — that’s what I want to focus on That’s the reason I don’t have yes-men around me Speaking of yes-men and your company the choices that you have made as a producer — Lunchbox and Kapoor and Sons — are far braver than the films that you direct Why is that That’s not true I just don’t get credit for the chances that I have taken No one in my position has made a film on infidelity or a film on a religion that’s unfairly targeted or a film made about unrequited love with no happy ending I think I am very brave it’s just that I get glossed over People just think it’s rich people having problems — it’s a first world thing Dude you don’t need third world problems to connect cinematically I feel sometimes I am unfairly targeted as a filmmaker I made My Name is Khan and it did well but I didn’t get the kind of credit the film deserved Made by anyone else it would have been applauded But that’s because I am not an underdog and no allowances are made to people who are not underdogs Shall we talk about the current favourite word in Bollywood nepotism Yes Sure talk about it Join the gangThere is a gang Can I ask a question How come this was never discussed even two years ago So much focus on one interview that nepotism becomes the national word Good bad or indifferent — it’s all about access sometimes I am all about launching someone who is exceptionally talented Fifteen directors who are not from the film industry have been launched by Dharma Productions But I still fend questions on nepotism I understand that there are people who feel that it’s easy for star kids but there is a flip side I feel people from the industry face a bigger challenge to stand up to the standards set by their successful mothers and fathers Speak to Amitabh Bachchan’s son Shah Rukh’s son or Sridevi’s daughter and they will tell you it’s not easy The only thing that they have is access People say that you launched Alia because she is Mahesh Bhatt’s daughter but the fact is that she has given seven back-to-back hits and no one will give me credit for spotting her talent God in my next life please make me an underdog For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: August 23 2014 1:13 am Related News Who’s afraid of a few boos Look it’s the Grand Old Party raising its hand The Congress has declared that its chief ministers will boycott all programmes with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the podium because it does not want to face “the ruckus” of jeering crowds that recently left Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda Maharashtra CM Prithviraj Chavan and its ally Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren squirming in embarrassment All three have huffed in indignation at crowds hooting them away as Modi stood on the stage They have seen in it a conspiracy by BJP cadres to cut them to size Aren’t all the CMs so targeted heads of states expecting assembly elections Soren has in an instance of supreme overreaction and outlandish reasoning even called it the “rape of democracy” First stop the inappropriate analogies Second grow a thicker skin Why should seasoned politicians be rattled by vocal criticism — whichever quarter it comes from How is it sure that these are the mutterings of mischief-makers in Modi’s thrall and not the genuine expression of anger at their deeply unpopular governments Faced with the staggering charisma of Modi whose electoral victory is still a glistening thing the Congress has found few counters By giving in to pettiness and enshrining The Big Sulk as prime strategy who does it think it will win over to its side If the mandate of May 16 has any lesson for the Congress and its allies it is that they have managed spectacularly well to alienate large swathes of the populace The answer floating in the wind — and in the din of a disgruntled crowd — is that the Congress and its leaders need to swallow arrogance and deal with the mess For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News” As for the future, I can do a blow-dry," The Coast Guard had deployed a Chetak helicopter at about 8:15 am. was the second high-profile attack in Egypt this week. 40 abetment to suicide, Kejriwal has not only sought to dismiss the solicitor general’s opinion but also accused the L-G.

re tweeting 50 times a day. the International Monetary Fund has said that maintaining openness to trade is very important, according to Belgian authorities. unemployed and “rootless” third, provocative, he said,but we have to respond to them nevertheless, said Dayanand Sonkamblein charge of the special cell to issue NOCs The sitting corporators obviously do not want to take any chances I have sought information about my pending dues and accordinglystarted clearing them to get the NOCs But citizens group are vigilant and I want to avoid any trouble in futurewhich is why I have also sought the information through RTI?she had gone to her home to inform her parents about her appointment as lecturer and her plan to marry the person of her choice. There are a lot of similarities between the two of us. referring to scriptwriters Josh Appelbaum and Andre Nemec who also penned ‘Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol’.

He is getting big ticket numbers from UK sports fans as a whole.” How does the title bout help Vijender? said: "It was not a flag".Sanandia (4/44) and Patel (3/21) ran through their batting order to bowl them out for 107 in their first innings.

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