" she said. suspense drama specialist duo Abbas-Mustan’s segment “Race Dilwalon Ki”.
75, While the Boko Haram has been conducting its campaign of terror and intimidation with near-total impunity, download Indian Express AppBy: Reuters | Rio De Janerio | Updated: August 7, There have also been questions about the ability of Nigeria’s justice system to handle so many cases at once and even of simple procedural details such as whether defendants will be tried on their own or together.has strongly highlighted the tourism potential of Maharashtra.They can discuss about the problems and the steps to solve them like the distribution of complimentaries and tickets. We are planning to convert all buses into CNG. For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Dipti Singh | Mumbai | Published: May 1 2014 2:09 am Top News Jyoti Savle (16) daughter of Anant Savle a teacher at an aided school in Ulhasnagar who collapsed during poll duty and died on Wednesday told the election commission’s probe team that the election officer at Takshasheela School Ulhasnagar asked her to fill in for her father even though she informed them that she was a class IX student Jyoti was allegedly forced to report for poll duty on April 24 after her father fell ill The probe team headed by Santosh Deherkar deputy municipal commissioner of Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation visited the family on Wednesday to record their statement On April 23 Savle (45) an assistant teacher at Takshasheela School suffered a heat stroke while distributing slips to voters and had to be rushed to a hospital On April 24 his daughter Jyoti went to inform the election officer at Takshasheela School about his illness However the girl was allegedly asked to fill in for her father and was made to distribute the remaining slips to voters “Even when my father was hospitalised he feared legal action being taken against him as the election officials had threatened to register an FIR against him if he failed to report to election duty Hence my mother and I went to inform the officials about my father’s health and request them for exemption Sanjay Gaikwad an officer told me that if my father could not report to duty then I will have to work in his place and explained the work to me I was told to distribute slips to voters Only when I returned home I learnt about my father’s death” said Jyoti The minor was reportedly paid Rs 400 as remuneration for the work on the name of her father while Savle was admitted to JJ Hospital The family left for Dhule for the last rites The incident came to light when the family returned to the city on April 26 and demanded for action against the officer District collector P Belasaru ordered an inquiry into the matter on April 28? The proposed mass movement would also demand release of such prisoners, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Armaan Singh Dhillon | Chandigarh | Published: May 5, Murthy failed to notice the bus.
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The report has been submitted to the government and soon a decision will be taken, said Walse Patil For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by A Kameshwari | New Delhi | Published: February 23 2017 6:38 pm Machine stars Kiara Advani and Mustafa Top News The film Machine stars Kiara Advani and debutant Mustafa son of Abbas Burmawala of Abbas-Mustan duo It is about two racing enthusiasts played by MS Dhoni: The Untold Story fame Kiara and Mustafa and how they fall in love However we have some issues with the trailer And you might agree with us Read on: Cheesy dialogue: The trailer starts with a cheesy extremely unromantic dialogue thrown by Mustafa who says “Main break par paun nahi rakhta kyunki mujhe marne se darr nahi lagta” Who talks like that anymore Cliched entry of hero: It has been years since we saw an entry like that and thank God for it Why such over the top entry Would we like the guy any less if he walks in normally Watch the trailer of Machine: While the hero’s entry is supposed to remind you of John Abraham and his romance with bikes (no it fails spectacularly) Kiara’s introductry scene reeks of objectification we hoped even Bollywood was done with We see her ararnging her clothes because just a second ago a speeding car passed by Iconic songs turned into blunder: Well we have heard that this film will recreate ‘Tu Cheez Badi Hai Mast Mast’ song from Akshay Kumar’s Mohra but wait there is more remember the iconic Ek Chatur Naar from Sunil Dutt and Mehmood’s film Padosan So the iconic song has been turned into a Saturday night number Trust us we are crying our souls out Why god why But there is a silver lining This chap can dance But God has to answer for his acting skills Similar to Race and Baazigar: The car sequences are similar to Saif Ali Khan-starrer Race and the fact that the protagonists playcar racers and by the end of the trailer it is a revenge drama gives a Baazigar throwback But why would we want to watch Machine if we have watched Race and Baazigar Wouldn’t we watch both the films back to back Why the film called Machine: Basically the film has nothing to do with the title Machine is just an amalgamation of Abbas- Mustan’s best films so far Also read |Neha Kakkar sings ‘Tu cheez badi hai mast mast’ forMachine The film was initially expected to hit the screens on March 24 2017 however the director duo Abbas-Mustan have preponed the release of the film by a week The reason according to reports is that the week is comparatively easier with not many releases For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: January 15 2017 2:53 pm Kaabil: The 48-year-old actor Rohit Roy however did come on board later for the project which would feature him alongside his elder brother Ronit Roy Related News His menacing turn in Kaabil is creating a buzz but actor Rohit Roy reveals he initially refused to do the upcoming film as he wasn’t sure if he could pull-off the negative character Rohit features in the film as a baddie who is being chased by Hrithik Roshan’s blind character to seek revenge When director Sanjay Gupta narrated the film to him Rohit was “blown away with the premise” but was hesitant to sign the film “When he narrated me my role I said no to the film I said I can’t do it and he was taken aback too I was worried because in 20 years of my acting career I’ve never done this kind of role” Rohit told PTI “It could have gone either way It is not only evil but very lecherous After being here for so many years then not being able to pull it off would’ve been bad It was a matter of confidence” The 48-year-old actor however did come on board later for the project which would feature him alongside his elder brother Ronit Roy Pointing out that both of them have different working techniques Rohit said “Ronit puts in a solid amount of hard work He researched for the role He had a tutor who worked with him and prepared for the Marathi twang I am completely different actor from him I went to the set blank only knowing the lines Hopefully you’ll see it work on the big screen” ‘The action-thriller features Hrithik as a blind man who avenges the death of his girlfriend enacted by Yami Gautam Rohit says having Hrithik as a co-star was an absolute delight as the “Bang Bang” actor is selfless and caring “A lot of credit goes to Hrithik While filming he made sure my confidence was at another level Whether it was rehearsing for the fight sequences doing them he took extreme care Also Read | Filmfare Awards 2017: Shahid Kapoor hails ‘cinema with content’ after winning Best Actor for UdtaPunjab “There was a shot where he hits me and I had a dead fall But there was no crash mat that day He didn’t give the shot unless a crash mat was arranged He then called for his own and then gave the shot” Rohit adds Kaabil produced by Rakesh Roshan is scheduled to release on January 25 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: September 22 2017 6:11 am A farmer burns wheat stubble at his field at village Samao in Mansa (Express Photo by Gurmeet Singh) Related News Farmer leaders of Bharti Kisan Union (Rajewal) on Thursday submitted a memorandum to the state government seeking a bonus of Rs 300 per quintal for not burning of paddy stubble Led by union president Balbir Singh Rajewal five union leaders who were called by the CM himself at his residence after their call of protest said that their meeting was postponed as Amarinder’s maternal uncle Inderjit Singh Jeji fell ill and the CM had to rush there Rajewal said the meeting would be called again within a day or so as Amarinder has to visit Gurdaspur on Friday to accompany PPCC chief and party candidate for Gurdaspur bypoll Sunil Jakhar who has to file his nomination Rajewal said it was not possible for the farmers to spend Rs 6000 to 7000 per acre on disposing off the paddy straw in an environment friendly method “Nobody thought about it while issuing a farman about banning stubble burning The government was directed to make available free machinery for the job to farmers having landholdings less than two acres at Rs 5000 for farmers having less than 5 acre and at Rs 15000 for farmers having more than 5 acres But now the farmer has been left alone to handle the situation” said Rajewal He added that there were certain agriculture belts including the one alongside Sutlej Beas and Ravi rivers where reverse ploughing asolution for stubble was not possible “There is a sandy layer below eight inches Reverse ploughing would bring the sandy layer above the fertile layer Also in areas like Patiala Sangrur and Mansa having infertile land originally the farmers had worked overtime to transport fertile soil from outside and deposit in their infertilefields There also the reverse sowing is not possible” He said they would have to set the fields on afire if a solution was not meted out soon The paddy harvesting would start from October The CM has already written to the Prime Minister seeking a bonus of Rs 100 per quintal for the paddy farmers over and above the Minimum Support Price (MSP) For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: August 21 2015 12:31 am Related News FTII Impasse The 70-day FTII imbroglio has almost reached a point of no return (‘Midnight knock’ August 20) The pre-dawn crackdown was unnecessary since the police intervention has further aggravated the situation Although many issues have cropped up it’s undeniable that the bone of contention is the appointment of Gajendra Chauhan There can be no solution to the impasse without a meaningful dialogue The government and the students have to both soften their aggressive stances to bring back normalcy The government should utilise the services of dignitaries from the world of cinema as interlocutors The students should also stop doubting the intent and integrity of all those associated with the government Ganapathi Bhat Akola There have been 40 strikes in the last five decades at the FTII Never before was such publicity given to an FTII strike as now Narendra Modi’s adversaries critics and a media with vested interests have started seeing saffron everywhere That’s the only reason they have plunged into this controversy bothered least about the academic needs of students Those indulging in indiscipline and breaking the law must face the brunt of disciplinary action Isn’t hanging around campus for over seven years for a three-year course repeated defiance of the administration Kedarnath R Aiyar Mumbai Reality Check This refers to ‘Government servants’ kids must go to government primary school: HC’ (August 20) The Allahabad High Court judgment is epoch-making Many objections are bound to be raised by vested interests including legal luminaries What ultimately happens is anybody’s guess All the same there is no denying the fact that the judgment is going to create ripples in the minds of public servants I would go to the extent of suggesting public servants be made to avail medical services only from state-run hospitals PM Pillai New Delhi Real Shivaji There wereerrors in Ram Puniyani’s ‘Another Shivaji Controversy’ (August 20) For instance “Jaanata” doesn’t mean “all-knowing” but “wise” or “judicious”; Dhule and Sangli are separated by more than 400 km and can hardly qualify as an “area”; Afzal Khan was not a “king” but only a nobleman; “rustum-e-zaman” does not mean “bodyguard” — it was the title of a nobleman in the Bijapur court The need to understand the “real” Shivaji through sincere study cannot be overemphasised BC Patwardhan by email For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News ? Some of them expressed their discontent saying the campus is home to rich flora and fauna of which the NDA often boasts in press releases. After bearing the brunt of the lockdown,will facilitate any return to normalcy in the region, 2016 3:19 pm Mariyappan Thangavelu of India celebrates with his gold medal during the victory ceremony. “It’s disgusting that films are getting leaked online before release.
" she said. suspense drama specialist duo Abbas-Mustan’s segment “Race Dilwalon Ki”.