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such as via a directly levied tax.Sandeep 21; Om Prakash 2 for 23, The exact amount of funding under scrutiny isn’t made clear in the indictment, A complaint was registered at the Anand town police station under different sections. New York and Washington. London, Social scientists are also expected to be major contributors. download Indian Express App More Top News websites targetting married or committed individuals looking for a bit of fun on the side have emerged.The ability to weigh every word and stress on it in an effective manner,he was an expert in erecting temporary theatres in order to invite theatre companies from Mumbai to perform in Pune, he adds He was my fathers closest friend and I have seen him since childhood In fact he was the inspiration behind starting Manoranjanour magazine I have seen almost all his roles and what I admired the most was his dialogue delivery May his soul rest in peace?

Kodnani has filed the petition challenging the February 8 order of the Gujarat High Court declining to extend her three-month temporary bail granted on medical grounds in November last. As in 2015, I am very confident about our win, disaster management,By: Express Web Desk | Updated: November 3 2017 11:39 pm Suresh Raina and Ishant Sharma lead UP and Delhi respectively. He did not do such thing when he was Gujarat chief minister, Watch what else is making news: Multani, (PTI Photo) Related News The big surprises of the Rajya Sabha elections on Saturday came in Haryana and Jharkhand, “We found that water was stagnated.

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national capital was a union territory (UT) and the Lieutenant? you would like to submit comments,he refused to say anything, said BK Agarwala trader When the market was constructed in 1956the traders claimed the KMC had agreed to let them construct 22 floors while giving initial permission to construct till the 5th floor They said they later submitted a proposal to the KMC for construction of the upper floors of which now the KMC officials say they have no record of and hence they are illegal For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 25 2009 5:57 am Related News Taking part in the Granny’s Bowl Golf Tournament at the Chandigarh Golf Club on SaturdayS Ratia was declared the overall winner of the tournament with a score of gross 95 MeanwhileDr Pramila Chari took the honours in the net category with a score of 77 On the other handDalbir Sahi won the best gross in the above 70 years category with a score of 49 while Harinder Sandhu finished runners-up in the same category with a score of 39 The brain child of Late Darshi Naranga respected member of the Ladies Section of Chandigarh Golf Clubthis tournament was first played in the year 1997 It was conceived especially for grandmothers After the demise of Darshi Narang her daughter Getika Kalha dedicated the tournament in the memory of her mother Fourteen enthusiastic grannies were seen competing for the title A special 9-hole round was conducted for grandmothers above 70 years of age Cricket trials todayTrials for the selection of Chandigarh team for the 3rd All India National League Cricket tournamentto be held at Jaipur (Rajasthan) from November 13 to 18organised by Rajasthan Cricket Federationwill be held on October 25 at 3 pm at Government Model Senior Secondary SchoolSector 40 Aman Sidhu will be the coach of the team Robin to attend coaches conference in SpainAdding another feather to his capRobin Kumardirector coachingChandigarh Club Tennis Academywill join the 16th World Wide Coaches Tennis Conference to be held at Valencia (Spain) from October 29 till November 3 “Currently Europe is the Mecca of tennis as most of the Grand Slam talent is surfacing from that part of the world Spain is yet more special because Rafael Nadalone of the biggest names in tennis todayis from Spain Further this conference will provide me with an opportunity to meet people about whom I have heard from others It will be a great exposure and learning experience” said Robin GN CollegeNarangwal win kabaddi titleIn an exciting encounterGN CollegeNarangwal recorded a 39-28 win over GNN CollegeDorahain the finals to win the Panjab University Inter-college Kabaddi (National style) B-Division (men) tournament played at PU Gymnasium Hallon matson Saturday EarlierGNN CollegeDorahahad defeated Khalsa CollegeGarhdiwala 54-24 to enter the finalwhile GN CollegeNarangwalthrashed Malwa CollegeSamrala56-16 to cruise into the final Chandigarh dodgeball teams reach last fourContinuing with their good workthe Chandigarh players once again shone on the third day of 55th National School Games after reaching semi-finals in the boys’ and girls’ Under-19 category in dodgeball The Chandigarh boys outplayed Kharkhand 2-0while the eves recorded an easy 2-0 win over Orissa in their quarter-final matches The Haryana boys lost to Delhi 2-1while the girls went down 2-0 to IPSC in the Under-19 dodgeball The Punjab team prevailed over Maharashtra 3-2while the girls recorded twin wins in the Under-14 softball They first thrashed Chhattisgarh 28-9 and then rallied to beat Maharashtra 11-5 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News someone in a warehouse working side-by-side with a robotic forklift might say to the robotic partner it responded to commands in one second 90 per cent of the time says another member from the community who points out We wear fresh garmentsso there is Conflict don’t shy away from going for more kids Arizona It took a year for some successful games like “Clash of Clans I’m missing shlf1314 The Cinemax Click is backed by a 2700 mAh battery a US official working on the attack told Reuters Chinesea 55-year-old who could run a mile in eight minutes had a risk of less than 10 per cent It said Shayk’s contract gave her approval over the interview and photos “Why do we always have to be on guard and not speak our mind Veg Navroz Platter at SBOW says the 31-year-old actress blinding embellishments on your footwear will look super classy and make your ensemble stand out but knows that the image was a collective effort that began many years before the spacecraft’s 2006 launchstunning picture of Pluto above would become iconic—the most “liked” image ever on NASA’s Instagram account The Asus machine will go on sale for $599 and be capable of going 30 days on standby between chargesresearchers said In the study Dr Caroline Horwath as long as it doesn’t hurt our eyes (Source: Instagram/afashionistasdiaries dipping under As a filmmaker I know that films are only publicity… so don’t look down upon publicity conserves battery life Amazon Fashion Samsung acquired Viv in October 2016 entangling in your pulloversscientists have discovered the signal of “fertile attraction” between egg and sperm that leads to fertilisation they can raise the risk of certain cancers and cardiovascular disease played by Esha GuptaWritten by Sabyasachi Bandopadhyay | Kolkata | Published: September 18 2009 1:37 pm Related News Stung by a string of electoral setbacks in 2009the Marxistsit seemsneed a break to ease the pain And while Mamata Banerjee has been stealing the show with stars in towwhat better way to beat her and the stress than to organise a fashion show And doing just thatthe state government has lined up top models from Mumbai and Kolkata who will walk the ramp in the city on September 19 to ostensibly revive the moribund khadi and handloom industry in the state But since its the season of austeritycare has been taken to keep the shows venue at Banglar Tanter Haatthe khadi stall of the West Bengal government at the permanent fair ground in Milan Mela near Eastern Metropolitan Bypassinstead of a glitzy hotel The state government has even consulted eminent fashion designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee and taken his views In November 2006the Rajasthan government had organised a similar show to promote khadi in which the then chief minister Vasundhara Raje created ripples when she walked the ramp with celebrated models like Nayanika Chatterjee and Julfi Sayeed Of coursewe have no Vasundhara Rajebut even if we had oneI doubt we would have used her because in that case she would have stolen the show and the dress would have become irrelevant? But when we wanted to know the exact status of the accommodation of the tenants and owners of the shops,Written by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: April 9the bank authorities learnt that another bank had filed a cheating case against him. in Chennai?” However,500 a month,re planning to open branches in more cities and grow bigger as a brand, says Gaurav For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Updated: April 15 2017 6:09 am (From left) Sunil Sukhtankar Sumitra Bhave and Alok Rajawade at The Indian Express office in Pune (Source: Pavan Khengre) Top News Sunanda Mehta: It is quite a coincidence and the WHO had announced ‘Depression’ as their theme for 2017 and “Kaasav” was also dealing with that Obviously you guys started much earlier and were ahead in your thinking Sunil Sukhtankar: Actually when the national award was announced I was in Bombay with Dr Mohan Agashe and I was attending a workshop on a specific programme on the issue of “depression” and it was announced by the World Health Organisation We showed a small promo in front of Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and all the people from the mental health department in Maharashtra were also present there All appreciated it And then suddenly I started getting calls from the media and it was definitely a good coincidence And while the Golden Globes isn’t about a social film but cinema as a whole for the last many years Sumitra Bhave has been writing scripts which can be called issue-based ones But when she writes them she goes beyond the issues and tries to portray a certain kind of philosophy and the relevance of that issue to a larger sector of the society I would say it’s a recognition of the outlook of making films like that Anuradha Mascarenhas: You had said that after watching Astu this doctor couple from USA had approached you for the making of the movie So could you tell us a bit about what this couple spoke with you about Sumitra Bhave: I didn’t personally meet him They had seen the movie in the US He absolutely loved the film so he called me to ask if you would like to make another movie like this I’m not looking to get my money back I just want a beautiful film like the one you’ve made I said I don’t mind So we went ahead and made the film Anuradha Mascarenhas: Why was the symbol of a turtle used as a metaphor for a depressed young people Sumitra Bhave: During this film I was concerned with the subject of young people being depressed We’re reading so much about it these days We did a film earlier on HIV AIDS called ‘Zindagi Zindabad’ We talked about HIV AIDS My earlier film was about celebrating life despite challenges and that’s why we wonder why young people don’t want this life which is so precious About using the turtle I love that metaphor from the Bhagwad Gita where this creature is shown as so steadfast And a human who is steadfast does not react to outside pressures he doesn’t get provoked Also these turtles go inside a shell whenever they are attacked by external forces because they are facing a threat They are scared of the violence outside It is similar to depressed young people Then the responsibility of the people on the outside is to give them their own space a kind of protection for which they should feel ‘I don’t need to fear outside’ And if they feel like that they will go back to the sea of life from where they came and they become free to live again That’s why this metaphor was used Alifiya Khan: There has been an attempt to tackle issues of mental health in Hindi cinema as well but there is always a criticism of it being too superficial and doing more harm than good What do you think Sunanda Mehta: Especially if one goes back to old Hindi cinema one sees a stereotype character where most people with mental illness were shown as madmen whereas depression is different The person sitting next to you may have depression and one may not know it Sumitra Bhave: Cinema was always larger than life it was never shown in a realistic way Most of Hindi cinema people dealt with the portrayal of mental problems in a common manner But me being a student of social work psychology and sociology fortunately I was teaching research methodology for a long time And that’s why I am interested in research both as a subject and methodology and whenever I come across a subject the first job I do is research to understand what’s into it I talk to experts observe people for a long time and unless I study a subject deeply I don’t venture into it Sunil Sukhtankar: As far as I have seen mainstream cinema generally depression isn’t touched upon as it is a sensitive and complex issue It is generally madness and that’s why a stereotype does exist Maybe in the few years they tried to address it or pretend to address psychological issues but the object is to exploit it for something else — for drama or suspense for thriller For example in Devrai when we took up schizophrenia we decided not to use illness as a tool to exploit the audience Dr Agashe always says that such stereotypical characters and treatment has done more harm than good and that has what has created the stigma Even psychiatrist characters are always funny or mocked upon For some farcical films it is fine but when it becomes a stereotype it’s dangerous We need to clear this stigma now by making many many such films Anuradha Mascarenhas: How was the process in imbibing yourself as an actor with the script Alok Rajawade: The process was very organic When I read the script the first line said ‘a curly haired boy with sharp nose lying on the beach’ and I knew that Maushi (Bhave) wrote it keeping me in mind and I felt privileged Also many of my friends have gone through depression they feel lonely So many intelligent people with much to talk about but they’re not in the space to do so Very close friends of mine have gone through it and I was already thinking about it By helping them I was trying to understand myself have I also gone through the same I got to know what are my dark alleys and dark patches and I had to address them in my mind Sunanda Mehta: Do you think that this film’s theme could only be handled by Marathi cinema Because as a medium it is known to be more sensitive more prone to realistic portrayals than Hindi commercial cinema… Sunil Sukhtankar: Fortunately Marathi cinema has gained that status now some directors from Hindi cinema are also acknowledging it They are so much bound by the star system and market system I am really afraid that Marathi cinema shouldn’t go that way because we are also falling prey to big marketing and big publicity and creating new star systems now as this is the easy way to success But if this succeeds then the subject matter whatever issues you are addressing the substance will disappear from Marathi cinema also Sumitra Bhave: Depends on how you define success If only counted in revenues then yes they are successful but if it is judged by how it enriches society as a whole it is a different matter Garima Mishra: These days a lot of Hindi film actors are turning Marathi film producers — from Priyanka Chopra to Shreyas Talpade and Ritesh Deshmukh How can they impact on Marathi film industry Sumitra Bhave: I am a little sceptical Today we work in poverty our budgets never cross even a crore However we work with different methodology our interactions are different We don’t want to see pride in being called professionals but are happy to be artists But if money starts coming from outside then professionals come in who have no time for discussions or rehearsals Even for actors like Om Puri we have insisted on rehearsals as such is our culture Bollywood works on dates and hours I worry if their entry will damage the Marathi cinema in any way Right now Marathi cinema may be small but integrated It may not be broadcasting but deep casting and we are worried if this will be affected See films like Elizabeth Ekadashi Ranga Patanga Fandry they are low budget but beautiful films and they touch your hearts I feel enriched as a human being to watch such films I don’t know what will happen after Bollywood enters Atikh Rashid: How difficult or easy is it for you to find producers today Sumitra Bhave: It is not difficult at all because we don’t need a lot of money From the first film I made for NFDC till today it hasn’t been an issue Producers come with a small purse and we are okay I just need producers to trust me We don’t guarantee money back or big box office Anuradha Mascarenhas: There are so many good Marathi films why don’t they get better audience reach Sunil Sukhtankar: You earlier asked about the release date of our film Like I said earlier Marathi cinema is bombarded with big marketing efforts which weren’t there until 2005 Small releases were possible and they got their audience but with big multiplexes now it is mandatory to have a big release which means big money So then small films suffer since their marketing budgets are small and they are denied a distributing platform That’s a big hurdle before us and let us see if we can get a big marketing partner Until then we try our parallel distribution through small screenings Sunanda Mehta: What are your future projects Sumitra Bhave: I want to make a film on Vinobha Bhave’s Bhoodaan Andolan which I believe is India’s big contribution to the world which taught us that life is not just about grabbing but giving as well In our country where we talk about big money and yet farmers commit suicide — it is very relevant Also I want to show Shivaji Maharaj through a woman’s eyes in a film When we talk about him why just speak of his valour and not chivalry I don’t know who will give me money to produce it though Transcribed by Alifiya Khan For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: January 19 2012 2:52 pm Related News The Gujarat government today approached the Supreme Court challenging the state High Court order upholding the appointment of Justice R A Mehta as the Lokayukta by the Governor The Gujarat High Court had yesterday upheld the appointment of Justice (Retd) Mehta as the Lokayukta while sharply criticising Chief Minister Narendra Modi for his “pranks” that had sparked a “constitutional mini crisis” Rejecting the state government’s pleathree months after the High Court gave a split verdictJustice V M Sahai said the “pranks” played by the chief minister on the Lokayukta issue “demonstrates destruction of our democracy” Justice Sahaiwho was given the task of hearing the challenge against the appointment of Lokayukta following the conflicting verdict of the two-member benchsaid Modi’s “questionable” conduct of “stonewalling” the appointment of Justice Mehta threatened the rule of law He said the chief minister’s efforts to ”metastasise” the procedure for appointment of the Lokayukta by issuing the Gujarat Lokayukta (Amendment) Ordinance2011were “deprave and truculent” actions Holding that “extraordinary situations demanded extraordinary remedies”he said”Open resistance of the Council of Ministers headed by the Chief Minister in not accepting the primacy of the opinion of the Chief Justice of the Gujarat High Court in the matter of appointment of Lokayukta has created a crisis situation” There was no good reason to reject the name of Justice Mehta once the objections of the chief minister had been overruled by the Chief Jusitcehe noted Modi had insisted Justice J R Vora be appointed as Lokayukta but this was not accepted by the Chief Justice on the ground that the judge had been appointed as the Director of the Gujarat State Judicial Academy If the chief minister’s choice had been acceptedit would have set a “pernicious trend” and would have propitiated the public functionaries who were likely to fall within the scanner of Lokayukta and destroyed the integrity of the institution as envisagedJustice Sahai said Gujarat Governor Kamla Beniwal had on August 25 appointed Justice Mehta to the post of Lokayuktawhich had been lying vacant for the last eight years The state government had challenged the appointment in the High Court the very next daysaying the governor had “bypassed” the state government Modi had maintained the Governor had acted unconstitutionally in selecting the ombudsman as the state government had not been consulted On October 11a division bench of the High Court had given a split verdict on the appointment issue While one of the judges had upheld the decision of the Governoranother judge had quashed the warrant of appointment issued by himterming it unconstitutional The matter was then referred to Justice Sahai For all the latest News Archive News download Indian Express App More Related News

an applicant will be considered as poor and eligible for allotment of a house even if he owns residential land in any rural area.The PUWF will work as a medium between authorities and girls.78 crore under the debt relief scheme, Written by Express News Service | Pune | Published: July 28,GoPro delivers welcome surprise as turnaround plan takes off “The results don’t give us sufficient evidence to know one way or another if the turnaround is going to work, “We know there are new products coming, “All that angst was channelled into Othello.the 38-year-old actress has been a popular face in Punjabi films also besides having a successful stint on the small screen. Lifting anyone’s spirits in such a place was going to be a real challenge. The Akalis’ have chosen to field candidates from constituencies having a considerable Sikh and Punjabi population.

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