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By: Press Trust of India | Melbourne | Updated: December 26 becoming only the second central midfielder to score 20 goals in a Premier League season after Frank Lampard in 2009-10. 41. Its latest worry is New Delhi? movement of the bus can easily be tracked by control room set up at Millennium Depot. have gone missing. Bluffmaster! Taxi No 9 2 11 Chandni Chowk to China and Sonali Cable His last directorial was the 1995 release Zamaana Deewana and his comeback film as a director was Shimla Mirchi which is yet to release “The film is complete and is with Viacom18 We will take a call on when it will be released At this point of time I don’t have perfect information about when it is going to release” Sippy said He will also impart cinematic knowledge through his Ramesh Sippy Academy of Cinema and Entertainment The veteran filmmaker has introduced a graduation programme at Mumbai University in association with Garware Institute He says it is a step towards taking his legacy forward “I have learnt a lot from this industry and I want to share the learning with everyone else” he said adding: “It is going to be tough” “I like challenges I like doing things that aren’t easy to do” he said The filmmaker is happy that youngsters are enthused about making a career in showbiz and they get support from their parents too Looking back at his journey Sippy said: “When I started my career there weren’t such things (film institutes) There was a time when parents probably would have told their children ‘No this is not a line to go for’ But today this attitude has changed both in the youngsters and in the parents” The filmmaker whose son Rohan is also into filmmaking has a word of caution for all the youngsters wanting to make it big in Bollywood “Not everybody can succeed not everybody will reach the top but they can all try and they all will certainly be doing some work in the industry” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: August 21 2015 12:29 am Related News This weekend’s security dialogue between the national security czars of India and Pakistan ought to have been serious business The point after all is to ensure that two nuclear-armed powers do not through mis-step or accident find themselves in a conflict Instead we have been given a kind of low farce The two-hour incarceration of Kashmiri separatist leaders on Thursday preceded by debate over whether their inclusion in the guest list at a Pakistan High Commission dinner ought to derail India-Pakistan dialogue illustrates New Delhi’s confusion Having called off foreign secretary talks last year in August because of Pakistan’s insistence on talking to the All Parties Hurriyat Conference the government felt pressured to demonstrate similar resolve now Till Wednesday night BJP spokespersons were insisting that there were no parallels between the two situations — after all the Hurriyat was only attending a reception and that after the talks began not before Yet hearing howls of outrage on 24-hour television the government ordered the Hurriyat’s arrest — only to reverse course shortly afterwards for reasons still unknown For Delhi there are two lessons here The first is not to lay down red lines that it will later have to resile on There have been too many of these: remember Prime Minister Narendra Modi telling the United Nations last year that Delhi would only talk “without the shadow of terror” or External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj saying in May that dialogue was contingent on action against 26/11 perpetrator Zaki-ur-Rahman Lakhvi PM Manmohan Singh and Deputy PM LK Advani before him met with Hurriyat leaders and approved their engagement with Pakistan If this government now believes Kashmiri separatist leaders are guilty of sedition it can prosecute them If on the other hand the Hurriyat’s leadership is only guilty of saying things the government finds unacceptable they must be free to meet whom they wish The second lesson is a more serious one Talking is not a process the Indian government should be allowing to be held hostage to public-relations optics Delhi is engaged in these talks to explain to Pakistan that terrorist acts could precipitate a crisis as in 2001-2002 Islamabad may or may not be persuaded by this proposition — and if it isn’t India will have to reconsider its options False bluster though won’t help Delhi’s case Indeed its likely impact will be to persuade Pakistan’s military that the Modi government is all bark and no bite It isn’t too late for the Indian government to turn off its television set and get down to doing business with seriousness and dignity For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Syed Badrul Ahsan | Published: April 6 2013 3:35 am Related News There is little question that the government of Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is under siege A broad sign of the predicament it is caught in comes through the moveon Tuesdayto take into custody three bloggers allegedly responsible for making unflattering comments on Islam and its Prophet on social media The governmentwhich only weeks ago publicly cheered the youth movement initiated by bloggers and online activists in early February to protest what they considered to be inadequate justice meted out to the war criminal Abdul Quader Mollah by a special tribunalhas now adopted a completely different stance In the face of the unending agitation spearheaded by the opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Partythe Jamaat-e-Islamithe Hefazat-e-Islam and other extremist organisationsthe government has beaten a clear retreat through taking action against the three bloggers The move has dismayed the country Where it had been expected that the youth movementknown alternately as the Shahbagh movement and the Projonmo Chottor movementwould provide fresh impetus towards a definitive resolution of the issue of war crimes committed by local Bengali collaborators of the Pakistan army in 1971it now appears the government has chosen a path of appeasement of the extreme right To what extent the move will help hold back a further escalation of the political crisis in the country remains a question An early hint of what might happen comes from the fanatical Hefazat-e-Islamwhich has vowed to march to Dhaka from outside the capital as part of its campaign to havein its formulationthe atheists and bloggers of Shahbagh punished The clerics have made it known that the arrests of the three young bloggers are not enoughwhich sends out an ominous message: having made one concessiona beleaguered government might now be compelled to go for more The crisis has been exacerbated by the decidedly negative role played by the BNPled by former PM Khaleda Zia In a move as unprecedented as it was scandalousKhaleda Zia warned the government at a recent public rally in Bogra that the Bangladesh army would not sit idly by and would act when the time came The remarks were seenfor obvious reasonsas an open invitation to the military to intervene in a situation where the BNPin alliance with assorted right-wing political parties and extremist Islamistsremains engaged in a violent campaign to overthrow the elected government of Sheikh Hasina Zia has been fierce in her criticism of the Shahbagh youthsaccusing them of apostasy and political partisanship Her strident statements have placed many in her party in a quandary in the sense that it has left them surprised at the manner in which the party chief has chosen to side with the Jamaatan organisation whose leaders are now on trial for war crimes committed in the course of Bangladeshs liberation war 42 years ago The BNPs popularity has taken a slide But what the party has lost in terms of public supportit chooses to make up for through an agitation that has seen policemen and common citizens brutalised and killedvehicles torched and railway tracks uprooted around the country In bizarre fashionthe former PMwidow of Bangladeshs first military dictator Ziaur Rahmanhas accused the government of committing genocide in the country Khaleda Zias provocative statement on the role of the army has had severe ramifications among civil society in Bangladesh Even as her deputy in the BNP has been trying to put a different spin on her statementthrough stating that her comments had been misreported and misconstrued by the mediait has sparked worries in light of the several military interventions in Bangladeshs democratic politics since it emerged as an independent state in 1971 A violent coup detat led to the assassination of Bangladeshs founder Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and most of his family in August 1975 Barely three months laterthe coup plotters murdered four leaders of the 1971 Bangladesh government-in-exile in prison A series of coups and counter-coups led in the six years between 1975 and 1981 to the murder of some of the most prominent of military officers who had distinguished themselves on the battlefield during the war In March 1982the army chiefHussain Muhammad Ershadoverthrew the elected government of President Abdus Sattar and went on to preside over a junta that was finally forced to hand over power to a caretaker administration in 1990 Against such a backgroundKhaleda Zias remarks about a probable need for the army to intervene flies in the face of political realities in Bangladesh today And those realities converge around the popular urge for a return to fullunfettered secular democracy in the country Making matters even more embarrassing for the BNP is the reluctance or even refusal of its leadership to condemn the anarchy the radical Islamists have let loose in the country The economy has been taking a maulingtrade is nearly at a standstill and education has almost gone missing Khaleda Zias party colleague Moudud Ahmed who has switched political loyalties a number of times in his careergoing from the Awami League to the BNP to Ershads Jatiyo Party and back to the BNP smugly told the media a week ago that educational institutions must reschedule their academic calendar through adjustment with the agitational programme of the opposition Bangladesh today is in dire straits It is not a failed statebut that precisely is what could come to pass if the oppositionbasing its politics around the time-worn factor of religion and the staterefuses to pull back from the brink As for the governmentits absence of decisiveness in tackling the mayhem and murder let loose by the Jamaat has been intriguing And now that it has gone after the bloggers in an attempt to calm the frayed nervesmisplaced as they areof the fanatical fringeit may well find itself in a deeper hole than it has been in till now Concessions to the clerics and the BNP can only push secular forces up against a wall That would be a demonstration of grave disservice to a country that hasfor decadesbeen engaged in a struggle for a restoration of the values that necessitated the rise of Bangladesh in the first place The writer is executive editor? but in vain. adding that the film was playing better than expected, Rio 2 is a sequel to a 2011 film about a vibrantly coloured family of rare macaw birds in Brazil.

The Indian Express reported. 2017 5:49 am Followers visit the dera at Nurmahal on Wednesday to pay their obeisance after the HC order.This-is-it?after Bolt ran away with the 100m finals Another suggestion: Masterchef Australia (Star World) should be included in the next Olympics It has all the ingredientssorryall the makings of a superb event: the contestants begin by rushing to the larder and rushing back with the ingredients They have to cook a dish within a stipulated timetheres stop clock timing them and they face elimination rounds right up to the finals Satyamev Jayate ended and left behind a legacy that Star Plus has followed Lakhon Mein Ek has replaced the Aamir Khan starrer with a series of dramatised tales about real people who make a difference In the first episodeAkhtari rescues abandoned girls and adopts them as her own Its stirring stuff InterestinglySatyamev Jayates first episode was also about helping the girl child Is anyone listening [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: August 29 2017 10:11 pm Sourav Ganguly shot a letter to CoA Top News Duleep Trophy will be help in this domestic season and all logistics will be worked out as the Committee of Administrators (CoA) instructed BCCI to keep the tournament in the domestic calendar This comes after Sourav Ganguly a member of the technical committee shot a letter to CoA that the tournament was scrapped by keeping him in the dark “The Duleep Trophy has been restored It will be held and logistics will be worked out We have told BCCI not to scrap it It should be there It is a very prestigious tournament and it should be held It will be held this season” CoA members Diana Edulji said According to a PTI report while the technical committee headed by Ganguly has included the tournament in the calendar after the meeting in Kolkata last month the BCCI decided to drop the Duleep Trophy when it released the list of fixtures last week “I am reading in the media that Duleep Trophy has not or may not take place this season I don’t know that’s true or not but if you remember the members of the technical committee had agreed to use pink balls again for the Duleep matches and the tournament was supposed to be held in the same format as last year” Ganguly wrote in the letter The report also adds that Ganguly suggested that Duleep Trophy could be held in one of the southern cities because of the monsoon season in northern India “Initially there were suggestions that the matches be held in Mohali or Dharamsala but inclement weather might play spoilsport That’s why Sourav suggested any city in southern India The proposal is being carefully considered” a senior BCCI official informed PTI The scheduling of BCCI can prove to be a headache for BCCI as New Zealand A team is supposed to come on a four-week tour to India from the end of September where they will take on India A With most top domestic players with India Duleep Trophy may not see them play “The top Indian players will be gearing up for the Australia limited overs series and the second rung will be preparing for the New Zealand A series You won’t have the top 30-32 players playing The players available will be the next 30 who will not remotely be in contention for national call- up” the official said (with PTI inputs) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWashington:Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau known for his witty repartees told an American audience here that he has more Sikhs in his Cabinet than his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi The quip came when Trudeau was taking 10 questions from students at the American University in northwest Washington during his state visit to the US During the half-an-hour session at the university on Friday a student named Jahan from the Punjab province of Pakistan told Trudeau that it was really great to see so many Punjabis in his cabinet "I have more Sikhs in my cabinet than Modi does" Trudeau was quoted as saying by the Canadian daily ‘The Star’ 44-year-old Trudeau who assumed office in November last year surprised one and all by including four Sikh-Canadians in his Cabinet Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Reuters The four Sikh Canadians inducted into Trudeau’s Cabinet include Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan a combat veteran who did three tours in Afghanistan as a member of the Canadian Armed Forces Apart from Sajjan the other three Sikh ministers are –Infrastructure Minister Amarjeet Sohi Small Business Minister Bardish Chagger and Innovation Minister Navdeep Singh Bains the Canadian daily The Globe and Mail had reported at the time There were also 17 Sikh MPs elected in the election in Canada in October last year — 16 from the Liberal Party of Canada and one Conservative — the highest number of Sikhs ever elected In contrast there are two Sikh Cabinet ministers in the Modi government –- Maneka Gandhi who is a Sikh by birth and Harsimrat Kaur Badal who is the Food Processing Minister Trudeau in the past has been spotted doing bhangra moves and visiting Gurdwaras several times He has also participated in Diwali celebrations apart from a ‘Gurbani’ recital He has even helped out women in preparing meals in a langar Asked why he sought female-male parity in cabinet appointments Trudeau said "It’s 2016 guys" Trudeau’s three-day visit to America that concluded on Friday was aimed at rejuvenating the Canada-US ties Trudeau carries one of the most famous names in Canadian political history His late father was prime minister for the better part of 16 years between 1968 and 1984 and remains the rare Canadian politician who is recognised in America During his interaction at the American University the students did not let Trudeau get away with his now-standard poker-faced line on Republican Presidential front-runner Donald Trump Trudeau declared for a second straight day that he has "confidence in the American electorate" a remark that evoked laughter from the audience PTI Training her guns on the Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi for raking up the issue of Modi’s marriage,” she said. 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