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students and political activists in Pakistan, watch? adding that 300 police personnel, In the third week of August, "It’s the best time ever to apply even more pressure – just because I can.s home; and Bharti Kher hugging Anita Dube. 11-5 win over the Colombian pair of Pelaez and Tovar in a Group B league enounter at the WSF-World Doubles Squash Championship. an AAP contestant from Kharar Assembly constituency. the hospital issued a statement saying Vinod Khanna was admitted in the hospital with severe dehydration.“The actor was admitted to Sir HN Reliance Foundation Hospital on Friday with severe dehydration He is under the care of our doctors and has responded positively to the treatment and is now stable His family thanks his well-wishers for the good wishes and requests to respect their privacy” was the hospital’s official statement about the health of the 70-year-old actor It didn’t comment about cancer The comment came in the light of a picture that went viral on Thursday showing a pale-looking Vinod with his family The transformation in the actor was drastic and people started taking to social media to send their wishes to him When indianexpresscom got in touch with the hospital on Thursday morning a rep refused to comment while saying he is stable and getting better Vinod Khanna is known for his films such as Amar Akbar Anthony Davayan Qurbani etc Earlier his son Rahul Khanna had said that the actor is suffering from severe dehydration “Dad was hospitalised on Friday for severe dehydration The situation was quickly brought under control he’s doing much better and the doctors are looking to discharge him soon Our family is most grateful for the extraordinary care he’s been receiving at the hospital and we are touched by all the good wishes pouring in” Rahul said Read: Vinod Khanna hospitalised We wish Vinod Khanna well and hope he gets better soon For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Yubaraj Ghimire | Published: July 4 2016 4:55 am Prime Minister of Nepal KP Sharma Oli Top News The Nepal government has decided to spend Rs 92 billion (58 bn in Indian rupees) in the last 15 days of the current financial year that ends on July 15 It is Rs 25 billion more than the amount already spent during the year This money is to be spend on construction and developmental activities during the peak monsoon period There is nothing extraordinary about this rush to spend Corruption in high places is rampant in Nepal and the corrupt have largely enjoyed immunity The government and major political parties have made “zero tolerance” for corruption a part of their policy However the Commission of Inquiry into Abuse of Authority the anti-corruption constitutional body with sweeping powers has not moved against anyone who is influential And a mass mobilisation against corruption looks highly improbable now This political consensus to ignore corruption in high places could be because it is transparent and decentralised Elections to local bodies have not taken place in the past 18 years Hand-picked local leaders of parties control them and funds are channelised into the local bodies through the ministry of local development Not surprisingly questions are not asked about the release of massive funds at the fag end of the financial year The government led by KP Oli has now announced it will hold elections to the local bodies by December But without local bodies election laws in place the election commission is non-committal The main opposition the Nepali Congress has opposed holding elections in December claiming that there is not enough time to prepare However the Communist Party of Nepal-Unified Marxist Leninist that heads the coalition government is insisting that the election will take place It also wants to hold elections to the provincial parliament and the centre by December 2017 The government especially the CPN-UML expects to win on a populist plank However there are major constitutional and practical hurdles that may derail its plan The constitution declares the country “federal” but the government has failed to demarcate the boundaries of seven provinces and name them Besides some Madhes-centric parties major political parties like the Nepali Congress CPN-UML and the Maoists too have different formulae for province formation The Maoists the second largest coalition partner in the government recognise that Prime Minister Oli and his party will exploit the sops announced in the recent government budget — a 25 per cent hike in the salaries of government employees 100 per cent raise in social security allowance to the elderly and allocation of local development funds — to win over the people Since the youth continue to migrate from the countryside mainly to West Asia in search of jobs the appeasement of the elderly and government employees many think could have a direct impact on the electoral outcome “We should not allow this budget to be passed before the nine-point agreement reached between Oli and Maoist leader Pushpa Kamal Dahal in April is implemented” says Janardan Sharma a former minister and an influential leader of the Maoists The agreement calls for the government to withdraw all cases including murder torture and rape committed during the decade-long armed conflict and legitimise property transaction enforced by the “People’s Government” PM Oli signed the deal apparently to save his chair as Dahal had threatened to withdraw support The Truth and Reconciliation Commission especially its head Surya Kiran Gurung has made it clear that no general amnesty can be granted to the Maoists or anyone involved in the conflict If the Maoists endorse Sharma’s plea Oli will have to take tough decisions Withdrawing cases against the Maoists will go against the past rulings of the Supreme Court and make Oli liable for contempt However refusing to honour the deal with Dahal could destabilise Oli’s government A populist budget with special favours to different sections of the society generous allocation of funds to local bodies at the fag end of the financial year the promise to dole out Rs 150000 to earthquake victims to build houses and the refusal to act against corruption seem a part of Oli’s strategy to save his government All these may not guarantee a longer spell for the Oli government but a hung parliament and another patchwork coalition is likely to create opportunity for more corruption [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Pragya Kaushika | New Delhi | Published: March 11 2017 4:31 am Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal (File Photo) Top News Stating that Rs 2871 crore of the total expenditure of Rs 3340 crore was incurred on releasing advertisements outside Delhi the CAG slammed the Delhi government for violating Supreme Court guidelines on issuing advertisements Watch What Else Is Making News “It was found that over 85 per cent of expenditure was incurred on one specific publicity campaign pertaining to ads released outside Delhi” the report said The report also pulled up the government for putting out non-verifiable content in advertisements Referring to an advertisement on saving Rs 350 crore on three bridges the report said that while one bridge was completed in January 2016 minor work was carried out on the other two The projected savings were based on assessment and not on actual expenditure the report said In its defense the Directorate of Information and Publicity (DIP) said the AAP government is the “nomenclature used for Delhi government by the public” On ads featuring the Centre the directorate said it was a political issue between two legally constituted governments that was put before the public The audit also slammed AAP for establishing Shabdarth — an agency it set up to handle its publicity and ad campaigns The report said it did not submit bills of newspapers and released advertisements without assessing the cost involved The audit also found improper maintenance of registers for outdoor campaigns and audio visual media Scrutiny of the registers revealed that apart from expenditure of Rs 8123 crore by the DIP Rs 2023 crore was paid in 2016-17 for advertisements released during 2015-16 — bringing the total expenditure to Rs 10146 crore For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Panjim | Published: November 27 2016 9:54 am Renuka Shahane believes that women’s emancipation comes from the mind and not from their body and feels that Amitabh Bachchan starrer Pink holds strong relevance in today’s age Top News Renuka Shahane believes that women’s emancipation comes from the mind and not from their body and feels that Amitabh Bachchan starrer “Pink” holds strong relevance in today’s age “I think a woman’s emancipation is in the mind and not in the body Nevertheless most of the time it has been projected in a wrong way “Widely onscreen only sexuality has been explored as the way of emancipation but that way such projection ends up titillating men Then what is the point of it However a film like ‘Pink’ is very relevant on that context” the actress told IANS during her visit to 10th NFDC Film Bazaar “The projection of women is getting more contemporary and realistic in films rather than television” she added The actress got into direction with her film “Tribhanga” and talking about it she said that it’s a story about three women of a family from three generations and their dysfunctional relationship “There is a divorcee author who has a daughter who grew up in a dysfunctional family and now she has a daughter who is a homemaker How one day an incident changes the equation among them and they develop a certain amount of compassion for each other” she said Though she earned fame from films like ” Hum Aapke Hai Kaun” TV serials like ” Kora Kagaz” “Imtihaan” and the recently released Marathi film “Highway” among others the actress is very choosy about her roles in films “Well after ‘Hum Aapke’ people offered me similar roles but till the time something exciting is not coming my way I will focus on my filmmaking For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Vishwas Waghmode Sandeep A Ashar | Mumbai | Updated: February 25 2017 4:35 am A day after its debacle in the BMC polls Congress workers at the office of senior leader Gurudas Kamat who had publicly criticised city unit chief Sanjay Nirupam Ganesh Shirsekar Top News Not just the number of seats even the vote share in the Mumbai civic polls indicates that the Shiv Sena and the BJP are well ahead of the Congress in the commercial capital The data released by the civic election department officials on Friday a day after the results were announced showed that one in two voters had cast their vote either in favour of the Sena or the BJP As per the data between them the bickering saffron allies accounted for 55 per cent of all votes polled The Shiv Sena’s share of votes was 2829 per cent which translated into 1443969 votes The BJP’s vote share was 2728 per cent or 1392676 votes The Congress on the other hand ended up with a vote share of 1593 pc or 813177 votes A hig- voltage poll battle had resulted in a near 11 per cent increase in polling in comparison with the 2012 civic election In all 5103913 voters cast their vote this time around Overcoming the anti-incumbency factor the Shiv Sena enhanced its vote share from 1734 pc in 2012 to 2829 pc this time It added another 438 lakh votes to its tally this time The vote gain saw the party’s tally rise from 75 the last time to 84 this time around Watch video But just like the number of seats it was the BJP who took giant strides in voting numbers The party’s vote share was a meagre 678 per cent in 2012 when it had fought in an alliance with the Shiv Sena The massive jump in the voter number saw the party pick up 82 seats this time In 2012 it’s tally was just 30 seats In contrast the Congress which had polled 957711 votes in 2012 managed just 813177 votes this time around While the dip in vote share was just 032 percentage points — from 1628 in 2012 to 1593 in 2017 —this led to the party dropping 21 seats As anticipated the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) was a big loser even in the vote share race The MNS’s vote share declined from 1589 pc the last time to just 773 pc this time The Nationalist Congress Party fared even worse securing barely 485 per cent of all votes Incidentally the election data also revealed that 87719 voters had exercise the NOTA option For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Arushi Jain | New Delhi | Updated: January 1 2017 2:46 pm Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput have kept their fans waiting for a long time to give a glimpse of their daughter Misha Related News Bollywood actors try their best to keep their bundle of joy away from paparazzi They are often spotted protecting their little ones from the flashing cameras to avoid public eye Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput also ensured the same whenever they stepped out We have always seen little daughter Misha wrapped from head to toe But now it seems the Udta Punjab actor is making an attempt to quench the excitement of his fans? a more elaborate process has been taken to pick the right man.
All earlier matches helped me to give that 10 per cent. Vikas Deshmukh, Recently, Ku Bon-chan fired the winning arrow against France’s Jean-Charles Valladont in the men’s individual final to cap a tournament of complete dominance for the Asian nation. “I think some of those Rajini fans are so dumb they didn’t even understand I was complementing him.nim?Kannada and Bengali.Dr Devi Prasad Shetty, He assured that the state government will support the foundation in whichever way possible.
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