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For the first time, Vishal Bhardwaj, “Kaaka Muttai” and “Daugthers of Mother India”.said the final decision would be taken by the Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission (MERC).chairman of the outgoing BEST committee, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Mumbai | Published: November 14, For the very carefully-organized party in the evening, A joint operation by the army and Shiite militia earlier this week wrested back the Adhaim Dam in the eastern province of Diyala. often working with state backing. and if they had done that.

their slowness always seemed like a handicap. he said. The proposal involves getting 16,whereby the person in the photo and the name on the documents are two separate individuals, said Modak The CBI has conducted searches at the offices and residential premises of the accused MTNL officials and business premises of nine distributors During the searchesa large number of incriminating documents and computer hard disks reportedly used for activating fake connections have been seizedthe officials saidadding that the investigation is still on For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | Banaskantha | Published: July 5 2010 4:36 am Related News Villagers in Vav taluka of Banaskantha on Sunday killed a leopard that had sneaked into their locality and attacked nine peopleincluding a forest guardearlier in the day District Collector R J Patel said the big cat had sneaked into Tirath village and was hiding in a field behind a school Following news of the leopard attackforest officerspolicemen and revenue department officials rushed to the village with tranquilisers and a cage But by thenvillagers had cornered the animal and beaten it to death Patel said: This is a serious incident of people killing a leopardwhich is an endangered species under Schedule I of the Wildlife (Protection) Act of 1972?Sirajul, West Indies are 74/1 # West Indies in a commanding position after five overs. Bravo,500, The actor’s Twitter account was (in Farhan’s words) ‘flooded by birthday wishes from his friends in the film fraternity. With less than a year to go before the World Cup starts on June 14 2018.

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"Not one of the 70 MLAs — from the different parties — want a fresh election. ? include women,Bring it on. London Dreams helped me bag my next film with Vipul SirAction Replayy While I was shootingthe casting director who had cast me for my previous two filmsasked me to audition for Guzaarish Have you taken acting classes No I just took a few diction classes to get my Hindi accent right Vipul Sir asked me to attend dance classes because I have a bit of dancing to do in Action Replayy Most debutants want to start their career as main protagonists How come you are content playing second fiddle When I was a VJI never thought of being an actor When I didI wasnt even sure if the audience would accept me Now will you look for lead roles It all depends on the next 20 days I might get a rush of confidence and decide to stick around Though I think I will be here for a whileI am not sure if I want to do it all my life Vipul Shah and Sanjay Leela Bhansali are like chalk and cheese when it comes to their cinematic sensibilites How different is their approach to the medium Vipul Sir is chilled out and is most worried about the actors comfort For a newcomerhe is a calming factor Sanjay sir is passionate about cinema and works harder than anyone else on the set He will notice every error in a sentence You play Aishwarya Rai Bachchans son in Action Replayy and her friend in Guzaarish It must have felt special I first started working with her on Action Replayy I was on the set with Rajpal Yadav waiting for my scene when I met her for the first time She walked in with her costume and she had her lines ready The take was good That helped break the ice and we became friends For all these yearsI thought acting was all about expressions and good dialogue delivery Ash introduced me to the technicalities of cinema The movies also have you sharing screen space with Hrithik Roshan and Akshay Kumar Who was a bigger influence I learnt a lot from both of them Akshay is a terrific improviser on setwhile Hrithik is completely focussed on the character Hrithik was genuinely concerned about my role in the film and helped me better it with every take For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsGeneva | Published: January 28 2014 1:49 pm Syria President Bashar Assad (Photo: Reuters) Related News The key issue of a transitional government to replace President Bashar Assad blocked any progress on Monday in Syrian peace talks described by one delegate as “a dialogue of the deaf” The chief UN mediator expressed frustration over inflammatory public remarks by the two sides as he sought to identify some less-contentious issues in hopes of achieving any progress at all at the bargaining table But even the most modest attempts at confidence-building measures faltered — including humanitarian aid convoys to besieged parts of the central city of Homs and the release of detainees Veteran mediator Lakhdar Brahimi somberly declared at the end of the day that he had little to report “There are no miracles here” Brahimi said adding that both sides nevertheless appeared to have the will to continue the discussions Asked how he planned to bridge the enormous gap between the two sides the veteran diplomat quipped: “Ideas I’ll take them with great pleasure” The gulf between the two sides was on full display at a turbulent morning session in which the delegations from the opposition and the Syrian government faced off on the question of Assad’s future The Western-backed Syrian National Coalition wants an interim replacement for Assad reiterating at every opportunity that the stated goal of the peace conference agreed upon by international powers in preliminary talks in June is to establish a transitional government with full executive powers But Assad whose troops have a tenuous upper hand in Syria has said he has no intention of stepping down and on the contrary may run again for president later this year His delegates have capitalized on the ascendance of Islamic militants saying the priority at the peace conference was to finds ways to combat terrorism “We came here with the intention of discussing a transitional governing body and they came with the intention of consecrating Bashar Assad’s presence” said Rima Fleihan a member of the coalition’s negotiating team Murhaf Jouejati of the coalition said the meeting ended on a “sour note” and the session was broken up by Brahimi after the government delegation became confrontational “We thought there was no point in continuing this since it was going to be a dialogue of the deaf” Jouejati said Syria’s uprising began in March 2011 with largely peaceful protests that eventually turned into an insurgency and full blown civil war after a harsh military crackdown The war has become a proxy conflict between regional powerhouses Iran and Saudi Arabia with hints of a throwback to the Cold War as Russia and the United States back opposite sides Despite the rancorous rhetoric outside the conference room both sides have said they won’t withdraw from the talks Brahimi said the parties were talking to the media “too much” adding that he asked them to respect the confidentiality of the discussions and avoid exaggerations Still all signs pointed to impasse White House spokesman Jay Carney said the US was “realistic about how difficult this is going to be but we are completely convinced that this is the only way forward for Syria and that’s through negotiations” “What’s important is that the two parties have sat in the same room over the past several days to discuss critical issues And this process is ongoing And I would expect quite a few ups and downs along the way” Carney said “But it is the only way to end the conflict in Syria It has to be ended through a negotiated political settlement” On Sunday after three days of talks a tentative agreement was reached for the evacuation of women and children trapped in Homs before aid convoys go in As of Monday night there was no progress on the ground Brahimi cited security problems for part of the delay The opposition delegation has little control over armed groups inside Syria Fighters affiliated with the Western-backed coalition have been engaged in deadly fighting with al-Qaida-backed militants who do not accept the coalition’s authority and do not feel bound by agreements reached in Geneva The most powerful rebel groups include two that the US has formally designated as foreign terrorist organizations: the Iraqi State of Iraq and the Levant and Jabhat al-Nusra On Monday talks were supposed to shift to thorny political issues such as Assad’s future As the meeting got underway the government delegation put forward a paper focusing on the need to combat terrorism and halt funding and shipments of weapons to rebels fighting to topple Assad delegates said Bouthaina Shaaban an Assad adviser called the paper an “expression of good will” in search of common ground and said she was surprised the opposition rejected it “Either these people have no capacity to express their love and care for Syria or they are ordered by foreign powers to ignore what is most important and most urgent for their country” she said The opposition called the paper a deviation from the talks’ main goal of a transitional government The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights which tracks the fighting estimated that 1200 women children and elderly people were trapped in besieged areas of the old quarter of Homs The opposition accused authorities of blocking a convoy of 12 trucks trying to get into the embattled city and said “We will judge the regime by what it does not by what it says” Shaaban dismissed the aid effort for Homs as a distraction aimed at bolstering the opposition’s credentials “This is to make a big fuss about taking two trollies to Homs” she said “Is this why we came to Geneva Or we came here to solve the problem in Syria” she said Homs Governor Talal Barrazi said the only obstacle to the flow of food into rebel-held areas was “some cases of sniper fire by terrorist groups” In a statement released by his office Barrazi said it is willing to evacuate civilians who want to leave the old quarter to “any place they want to go to” and they will get food and medical supplies “We are waiting for an answer from international organization representatives to specify the number of those who want to leave” Barrazi said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related Newshad been sexually exploiting the girl since September 2011. The two leaders also talked about state university linkages. which has launched ‘Mission 44 Plus’ to win a majority in the Assembly election, See pic “It doesn’t really matter if it is a female-oriented film for me because the character stands out and there is scope for performance. G S Shejwar and Sartaj Singh proposed him. 2016 12:10 am There’s no doubt that Washington considers the joint patrols an important part of the effort to secure freedom of navigation in East Asia’s waters.

also did not send their best. He rose to prominence through the company’s Russian energy business and was awarded Russia’s Order of Friendship last year. For all the latest World News,We consider that electrification of an Ambedkar village has been completed only when the primary school has power. Principal Secretary (Ambe-dkar Gram Vikas) Balwinder Kumar has written to the chairman and managing director of the UPPCL.

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