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Jaitley retorted the opposition cannot argue the “majority in this House represents the democratic spirit,racy dimension, he adds The junior hosts will get an opportunity to express their views and interact with their home team playersguests and expert panel on-air for the entire DLF IPL 2010 season Watch out For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: December 1 2009 8:40 am Related News ‘New Moon’the much-awaited sequel to the cult hit ‘Twilight’ has not been spared by eagle-eyed fans who are busy spotting errors in the film Watchful fans have spotted 17 errors in the vampire drama which have been reported to the website ‘MovieMistakescom’reported Contactmusic The mistakes range from vampires’ contact lenses on display during the movie’s climactic fight scene to blunders about the use of the wrong plane Website editor Jon Sandys explains”When Bella (Kristen Stewart’s character) is flying to Italythey show a Virgin America airplane Virgin America only flies within certain cities in the US Virgin Atlantic flies from the US to Europe” The film had received the third biggest weekend opening in the history of Hollywoodraking in USD 140 at the box office Starring teen heartthrob Robert Pattinson as the lovelorn vampire Edward Cullenthe film took USD 1181 million at the international box officegathering a worldwide opening total of USD 2588 million For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | Updated: December 13 2016 5:18 pm Instagram has started to roll out its live-streaming features to iOS and Android smartphone users Related News Instagram has started to roll out its live-streaming feature to iOS and Android smartphone users the company said on Monday In November Instagram introduced a live video feature to select users Now the feature has gone live for everyone in the US According to Instagram Live video “will be rolling out globally over the next few weeks” A live video feature resides within the Stories section of the app These videos will be gone within 24 hours of uploading them You can view live stories and even comment on them similar to Facebook However there’s a major difference With Facebook live videos are saved in a feed and can be watched again anytime To broadcast live all you need to do is swipe right from the feed to open the camera then tap ‘Start Live Video’ and start sharing The video can be streamed for an hour While live you can even make a comment for everyone to see or else turn off comments You can even check out live stories on Explore Just tab “Top live” which will let you know the most popular videos happening at that moment Also read:Snapchat: How the vanishing messages app managed not to fade Lately several social media platforms have started to introduce live video feature Twitter has its Periscope app Facebook has its Live options and now Instagram – which is owned by Facebook has added a live video feature Instagram’s new feature seems to be a pretty big deal It also shows the social media as a whole is slowly and gradually moving to embrace live stream and real-time videos For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: February 16 2012 6:30 pm Related News Bollywood celebrities today queued up outside polling booths to exercise their franchise to elect corporators for the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) In Mumbaithe fate of as many as 2232 candidateswho are in the fray for 227 seatswas sealed in EVMs Counting for the civic polls will be held tomorrow Prominent among those from the tinsel town who got their finger inked were Shah Rukh Khanscriptwriter Salim Khanhis son Arbaazfilmmakers Rakesh Omprakash Mehra and Madhur Bhandarkar Howeverexcept Jaya Bachchanwho exercised her franchise at a polling booth in Juhuno other member from the ollywood’s first familyincluding Amitabh Bachchanturned up to vote Big B who recently underwent an abdominal surgery is recuperating at a hospital While actor Aamir Khan’s first wife Reena Dutta cast her vote in BandraShatrughna Sinha’s wife Poonam voted in Juhu-Versova besides veteran actor Anupam Kher Pritish Nandysinger Kailesh Kheractors Dia MirzaSonali BendrePooja BediShakti KapoorBoman IraniRajat KapoorCelina JaitelyDivya DuttaTisca Chopra too turned up to exercise their franchise Bollywood also took to the social media to encourage Mumbaikars to vote “Ink on the finger day today I have voted and I hope you will have also put voting in your priority list today” filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar wrote on twitter “Went and cast a vote today… For the first time in my life … Nooooow I’m a responsible citizen ! 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on Tuesday. he says,s family so that they could be with him in the hospital? a global IT major with a turnover of over $13 billion in 2016,not complying with the court orders on refunding investors’ money, will bemoved out of their cell so that they could negotiate with the prospectivebuyers of three hotels abroad This arrangement will be allowed between 6 am and 8 pm everyday and Roywill be assisted by three secretarial staff The court made it clear that the permission was being granted to enablethem to raise Rs 10000 crore as a condition to come out on bail The bench said that Sahara could no longer make excuses for theirinability to raise this amount and that they should now start thinking about the balance money they require to deposit with the SEBI in accordancewith the court orders The court had in August 2012 directed the group to pay Rs 24000 crore tothe SEBI for refunding investors’ money SEBI now claims this amount hasswollen to Rs 38000 with interest Sahara however has contended it hasalready redeemed more than 90 percent of the investors For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | Gopiballlabhpurwest Bengal | Published: June 26 2013 7:07 pm Related News Claiming that Maoists were planning to kill herWest Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today dared them to touch hersaying they can’t scare her with guns “When I was planning to visit JunglemahalI was told that Maoists were planning to kill me there” Banerjee told a panchayat election meeting here “I challenge them to touch me if they have the guts Tell me when they want to kill methe place and time and I will be there They can’t scare me with guns I have fought the guns of CPI(M) in the last 34 years” she said Banerjee also accused the CPI(M) of colluding with the Maoists to bring back violence in Junglemahal Shehoweversaid that Maoists who wished to return to normal life were welcome and would be supported by her government “Many have already surrendered and are leading a normal life” she said Showcasing her government’s success in bringing peace in the former Maoist-hit areaBanerjee said the days of fear have gone and vowed that they would not be allowed to return “Our government has been able to restore peace in Junglemahal This was our challenge and commitment after we came to power” she told another meeting at Jamboni “We will never allow terror to return to Junglemahal” she said “I salute those who fought against them (Maoists) risking their lives I also salute the jawans in Junglemahal guarding the people” she said She recalled that two years ago people in Jamboni and other areas in the district were fearful of stepping outside their home in fear of attacks by Maoists and CPI(M) cadres “There was a lot of bloodshed and many people were killed” Banerjee said She criticised Maoists saying that they did not follow any ideology and killed people keeping their faces hidden For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ashutosh Bhardwaj | Published: April 20 2014 12:07 am Related News Two decades before he upset Edward Snowden to win the Google Digital Activism Award last month for launching the world’s first community radio service on mobile phone Shubhranshu Chaudhary now in his early 40s started his career as a journalist with Hindi daily Deshbandhu in Raipur part of undivided Madhya Pradesh then Son of a refugee from east Pakistan he grew up in a small tribal town of north Chhattisgarh and several years later this is where he realised what he really wanted to do in life “I knew many things I didn’t want to do but I was not sure what I wanted to do” says Chaudhary recalling his journey from being a journalist to an activist working for the tribes of Chhattisgarh After quitting his job with the BBC in 2003 he tried starting a community radio service in 2004 but did not get a government licence In February 2010 he launched the first Gondi news portal http://s.wwwcgnetswaraorg as part of the community radio service enabled through a mobile phone Here any person from the neighbouring tribal belt could dial a number register his or her complaint submit a news item or simply share experiences in his native Gondi language spoken across the central Indian forests Chaudhary’s team verified the submissions translated them and posted them on the website in Hindi for the entire world to take note of He conducted extensive workshops with tribals and taught them how to use the model to register their complaints A lot of the complaints were voluntarily taken up by citizens who approached officials and got them resolved The project was initially funded by the Knighthood International Journalism Fellowship he got in 2009 before he received a UNDP grant for the project Today it has spread beyond Chhattisgarh and encompasses various tribal zones of central India including Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh “Our political democracy cannot mature or function well unless we have a democratic equitable communication That is the experiment we are trying in India Central India is in the middle of a bloody war between Maoist guerrillas and Indian security forces Tribals are led by the Maoists My tribal classmates once told me ‘our smaller problems can be solved if we have a democratic communication platform where each has an equal right to speak and be heard’ To create a democratic more equitable media we are using mobile phones in this experiment” he said while accepting the award in London last month Between his first job and now Chaudhary tried his hand at many things Three years into Deshbandu he left the Rs 800-a-month job to work with Medha Patkar in 1992 A year later he came to Delhi without an address and little money After a long struggle Chaudhary began assisting John Rettie the South Asia correspondent of The Guardian through a common friend It was more or less a clerical job where he had to prepare background notes and do translations but this association helped Rettie was close friends with Mark Tully then bureau chief BBC India and introduced him to Tully Chaudhary cleared a test and became a production assistant for BBC’s radio programmes He knew little English and would listen to BBC news late into the night to grasp the language and the accent “He is a rare Hindi journalist who made his place in English journalism” remembers an old friend who did not want to be named Soon Chaudhary rose to become the South Asia producer in BBC and worked in Kashmir and the Northeast Soon there would be a time when he would be able to hire helicopters to do stories “Once while covering the Gujarat earthquake in Bhuj we flew down to Delhi just for a decent bath” he says with a laugh It was while working with the BBC that Chaudhary once visited Chhattisgarh to do a story on Maoists “During this visit I underwent a transformation I saw violence at my doorstep” he says Moved by the deprivation and senseless violence in the area he decided he wanted to work among the tribals He left the BBC and began visiting Maoist areas as a freelancer The BBC tag enabled access to the Maoists who are known to prefer the foreign media Having noticed that the conflict was fuelled by the neglect of the tribals he launched an internet discussion forum on the police-Maoist war in 2003 The stories of violence and human rights violations in Bastar which were often not reported by mainstream media came to the fore It galvanised activists media and civil society and played a significant role during the Salwa Judum years marked by violence between the state-armed group and Maoists He courted several controversies along the way In 2011 he filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court supporting IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt’s claim that he had met Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi on February 27 2002 a day before the Godhra riots began Chaudhary was at Bhatt’s residence when the latter received a call for the meeting It was at this meeting Bhatt alleged that Modi told his officers to let the Hindus take revenge Soon however Bhatt’s email was hacked and Ram Jethmalani citing his correspondence with Chaudhary claimed that Bhatt had prompted Chaudhary to file the affidavit “The charge is false I filed (the affidavit) on my own” says Chaudhary In his book on Maoists Let’s Call Him Vasu Chaudhary quoted an anonymous rebel linking activist Binayak Sen with the Maoists saying Sen was to be paid Rs 50000 to represent the case of a senior Maoist leader in Raipur jail a claim subsequently refuted by Sen and the Maoists Chaudhary offered no other proof against Sen and many questioned his journalistic ethics “Some facts in his book are debatable It’s up to him to prove these” says Ruchir Garg his former colleague at Deshbandhu and now Chhattisgarh editor of the Hindi daily Nai Dunia “I stand by every word in my book I cross-checked the fact and if I had not written it I would have been doing injustice to my journalism Many asked why I did not write (facts) for which I had proof It’s because Sen was not the subject of my book There was just a reference to him” he says He also claims to have sent a detailed questionnaire to Sen before the book’s publication to which Sen did not respond Sen refutes this “He never sent me anything” As Garg notes for Chaudhary activism and personal beliefs preceded journalism and they probably fashioned his views on journalism “Worldover politics has got democratised more or less But media still remains aristocratic top down We journalists also need to be elected by the community and not selected by the powerful few If we want a better democracy we cannot leave journalism in the hands of few” he says For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News the Supreme Court on Friday allowed?Speaking at the launch of his new book Jesus: Social Revolutionary? Peter McVerry SJ commented: “For me the life and work of Jesus should mean that a huge commitment to social justice should be at the heart of all that the Christian churches preach and do” He added an expression of regret that “the Churches’ emphasis on personal conversion fails to go beyond the personal to emphasise the radical economic social and political consequences of such conversion” The book published by Veritas was launched jointly by Bishop Willie Walsh and Vincent Browne The Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice where Fr McVerry is based has established a special website to allow readers of the book to share their reactions with the author and with one another The website also contains extracts from the book and interviews with Fr McVerry Written by Rashmi Rajput | Mumbai | Published: July 8 2017 2:24 am Picture for representational purpose Top News ON entering the office of Inspector General of Police Rajvardhan Sinha one is welcomed by an unsettling painting An elephantine figure looms large over its red dripping shadow The painter is a prisoner — artist Chintan Upadhyay “Prison is not a happy place One cannot expect a happy painting from an inmate” said Sinha However the prison department is now planning to rope in Upadhyay to conduct painting workshops for inmates at Thane “He has agreed to do so and we plan to start the sessions from next month” added Sinha Upadhyay an undertrial is lodged at the Thane jail for his alleged role in commissioning the murder of his estranged wife Hema Upadhyay and her lawyer Harish Bhambhani He had gifted a painting to IGP Sinha His another artwork hangs inside the Thane jail According to sources Upadhyay was “slipping into depression” inside the jail The jail authorities noticed this and asked him if he would like to paint again “During the jail rounds a senior officer spotted Upadhyay lying in a corner of his barrack blankly staring at the wall He asked Upadhyay about his health and asked if he would like to paint again” said another senior official requesting anonymity Upadhyay was then counselled and the authorities provided him with art material “He is housed in a small barrack that ends at a wall That is the only thing he sees the whole day After Upadhyay showed signs of depression he was counselled and painting material including canvases and paints were provided to him Since then he has been busy sketching and painting” the official added So far Upadhyay has finished two paintings and is now creating a mural for the jail department “We might put his artwork on sale He is a famous artist and we are sure there will be many takers” said an official “There is also a possibility that we might use his work to decorate the State Secretariat building” the official added Bodies of renowned contemporary artist Hema Upadhyay and her advocate Harish Bhambhani were found wrapped in plastic sheets dumped in cardboard cartons and thrown in a drain in Kandivali on December 12 2015 Chitan was subsequently arrested and chargesheeted as a ‘prime accused’ in the case In its 1658-page chargesheet filed in March 2016 the Mumbai Police had described Chintan’s ‘hatred’ towards his estranged wife as the motive for murder The chargesheet had named Chintan and four others including a juvenile in conflict with law They have been charged with murder and criminal conspiracy The chargesheet further claimed that the murder was committed at the ‘instance’ of Chintan who conspired with absconding accused Vidaydhar Rajbar and gave him the contract to kill the duo The case is currently being probed by the Mumbai Crime branch Jail gallery for inmates If everything goes as planned the Prisons Department will feature a gallery for its inmates to display their artwork According to sources an NGO is working closely with the jail authorities to get a gallery sanctioned at the Byculla prison which also houses the IG’s office Currently the artwork of inmates are displayed in the corridor of the IG office An official said the artwork will be displayed online and interested patrons could place orders A nodal officer will then despatch the artwork from the gallery and the money would be credited into the account of the jail where the inmate is lodged “The said jail will transfer the money to the inmate or his beneficiary” said the official “Without a centralised system we find it difficult to coordinate with the jail which lodges the inmate whose painting is sold This will make the task simpler Also we would try to get patrons to visit the jail gallery” he added For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Syed Khalique Ahmed | Ahmedabad | Published: September 12 2015 1:46 am Related News The state government which is setting up a cow sanctuary in collaboration with the central government at Dharampur near Porbandar has recently released a sum of Rs 75 lakh for the purpose The sanctuary is to be set up over an area of 900 hectares But the land is yet to be allotted While 100 hectares would be used for building 1000 cow sheds 800 hectares would be used for fodder production Share This Article Related Article The institutes to be involved in the activity are Junagadh Agricultural University (JAU) and the newly set up Kamdhenu University having its offices at Karma Yogi Bhawan in Gandhinagar The total cost of the project is estimated to be over Rs 64 crore in the first phase JAU vice-chancellor A R Pathak said that the basic purpose of the project was not only to preserve Gir and other breeds of cows in the state but also increase their milk yield to increase income for the farmers For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Maneesh Chhibber | New Delhi | Updated: October 28 2015 1:35 pm Hans Raj Bhardwaj Related News Admitting that the political class has been “always making” attempts to control the judiciary former Union law minister Hans Raj Bhardwaj has dubbed the Supreme Court judgment in the National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) case as landmark as it “protects” the independence of judiciary Speaking to The Indian Express the former Karnataka governor also questioned the Congress which has tried to distance itself from the NJAC after the judgment for helping the NDA government pass the Bill in Parliament Asked if it was his opinion that through measures like the NJAC politicians try to control judiciary Bhardwaj said “Is there any doubt about it They have always been making attempts I can show you examples of chief ministers and ministers trying to influence appointment of judges because they land in trouble very frequently You get a study done how many people are there in politics with cases against them Today nobody is free from cases every big man is facing cases They want to have a convenient judiciary But is it in national interest if you appoint convenient judges … Indira Gandhi told me once if judges had not been independent Morarji (Desai) wouldn’t have allowed her to come out of jail This was after the same judiciary had set aside her election from Allahabad” “All my life I have seen chief ministers tending to interfere in the functioning of the judiciary and my own colleagues (at the Centre) I had a very difficult time because I had to face Parliament and I also had to keep the people of India convinced that judiciary in our country was independent” he said “If you appoint a judge simply because a chief minister says appoint him what will be the fate of the judiciary All counsel also agree with the need to keep judiciary independent Fortunately judiciary has time and again demonstrated that in difficult times it is independent According to me this (post-NJAC Bill passage) was a very difficult time and these hon’ble judges who have delivered the judgment have done a great service to the nation” But why did the Congress support the legislation “I have said it was a misconceived legislation even if the Congress supported it All those who are trying to interfere in judicial work or the appointment process this will go against the interest of the country Because judiciary is responsible to administer the rule of law I was governor at that time (when the previous UPA government first tried to bring in the NJAC) and I was disappointed when they brought the Bill It is well known that I opposed it even then I was overruled But it was not passed and I must give credit to Dr Manmohan Singh for it He understood it I don’t understand how it occurred to the present government to get it passed and so vigorously they are defending it even today” Asked if the UPA tried to bring in the NJAC because it was at the receiving end of strong judicial pronouncements in various scams he said “I can’t say about scams But definitely the advice tendered to the earlier government was bad” On why the Congress having first supported the government in getting the NJAC Bill passed is trying to distance itself he said “Half-hearted Congress is in the opposition today and they will need judiciary at every step Is it not in their interest… to keep the judiciary as a weapon If independent judiciary is there it will be a weapon What will happen if there is a committed judiciary… Yes Congress has to answer (to the country) why it supported it” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News While the JD(U) fielded Ghulam Gous hoping to split the 15 per cent Muslim vote in the seat, The BJP is thus resting its hopes on the upper castes and OBC Vaishya-dominated segments of Madhubani.

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