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but whether it would be according to the Delhi High Court verdict or as being perceived by the Delhi government needed to be looked into.but the head of the college maintains that it was just a case of fighting among students and not ragging, alleged the victims The victims also alleged that the college authorities were trying to threaten them not to register a case or they would be expelled HoweverMadan Lalthe assistant registrar of the Institutedenied these allegations We do not suppress such cases but rather try to sort them out because we dont want our students to be branded as criminals Its common for students at this age to fight among themselvesand thats what happened yesterday It was not ragging? One of the police officials said,The owner of the shop was getting one of the ACs in the sweet shop repaired While the mechanics were fixing a problemthere was a blast in the compressor of that ACwhich rendered five persons injured. The university? The 15-day training will be conducted at the district level by education officers from other districts. addressed thousands of meetings and occupied many hours of airtime. Muguruza was equally efficient in putting away the big points as she converted three-of-four break points while not allowing Venus any way in. Pankaj Tripathi, Nitesh had started a small firm dealing in property with an office in Vasant Kunj. it looked like the Bulls would coast to a comfortable victory but Jasvir had a tremendous second half to snatch a tie from the jaws of defeat.

years again,affidavits in this regard. My sincere thanks to the Critics’ Circle.” Previous recipients of the honour include Judi Dench,Helena Bonham Carter Gary Oldman and Quentin Tarantino For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Jammu | Updated: January 17 2017 12:10 am Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti (Express Photo: Renuka Puri) Top News Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Monday linked the revocation of the controversial Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) to improvement in law and order situation and success of security forces in ending terrorism in the state Watch what else is in the news “The success of the security forces depends upon when we will start revoking Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) “It also depends upon when we stomp out terrorism fully and slowly and steadily decrease the footprints of security forces It will not be our success first it will be the success of the security forces” she said in her address to Legislative Council in Jammu on Monday Mehbooba went on to add “If we can control infiltration and militancy in the state then we can start revoking AFSPA Time is nearing by when this will start happening This has been agreed in the Agenda of Alliance (between ruling coalition partners PDP and BJP)” She said it has been agreed in the Working Group that whenever the security situation becomes conducive the laws applicable with regard to security will be automatically revoked she said “When the elections take place and democracy is put in place footprints of the security apparatus automatically gets downgraded See when the militancy started in 1990s how many camps were there which you did not see in 2002 and today they are not there Decreasing the footprints of security forces is in the Agenda of Alliance of our government” she said Emphasising the need for dialogue Mehbooba said her late father and former Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed had believed that the problem of Jammu and Kashmir is “a war of idea” “You cannot put an idea into jail You cannot kill an idea You need to deal with idea You need to deal with idea with another idea “If some people say they have to go for freedom or with Pakistan we tell them that there is huge accommodation in the Constitutions of Jammu and Kashmir and India which can fulfill the dream of freedom within its ambit” she said “We need to open up more roads between the two sides of Kashmir” she said Noting that China is building economic corridor in PoK she said “we also need to take a call to build such a corridor via Kashmir Jammu or Ladakh That is why we are batting for holding dialogue and we believe that dialogue is the only way and we need to create an atmosphere for this” For all the latest Jammu News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Alaka Sahani | New Delhi | Published: November 6 2016 12:00 am Konkona Sen Sharma’s debut has earned an award at the Mumbai Film Festival She speaks on growing up with cinema her first steps as an actor and the low number of women directors Top News Director Konkona Sen Sharma’s debut has earned an award at the Mumbai Film Festival She speaks on growing up with cinema her first steps as an actor and the low number of women directors Did the story of A Death in the Gunj lead you to turn writer and director I had not planned on directing a film even though this story is like a family anecdote My father’s parents used to live in McCluskieganj (now Jharkhand) in the 1970s and early 1980s They would drive there from Kolkata and many stories were born during those road trips One story stayed with me but I never thought I would do anything with it It is only when I had my son Haroon and I was not getting as many interesting acting offers that I thought of developing this At the time I was staying with my dad (Mukul Sharma) who had written a short story on it I developed it into a longer one A lot of myself and my experiences went into it To develop a full-length feature film I had to add nuances and layers Since you have been on the sets of your mother (director Aparna Sen)’s films as a child did direction appear daunting at all It was daunting but it is a challenge I wanted to take on It was not like I wanted to be a director and was looking for a story I had developed the story to a point where I felt I had to direct it and therefore write a script Since I have seen my mother direct films which were not in the mainstream space I knew that it is not easy to raise funds and get distribution What are your early memories of cinema and what left an impression on you From a very young age I would watch all kinds of films with my family I was not allowed to watch mainstream Bengali or Hindi films but we watched a lot of parallel classic and world cinema It is not one particular film that left an impression on me or changed me; it was a lifestyle I come from a very progressive bohemian and tolerant family My parents were separated when I was seven but they went on to marry wonderful people I had an unconventional upbringing My mother lived life on her own terms and did what she considered to be right This was a beautiful example for me The people around me the personalities that my parents were and the choices they made all of that made me the person that I am Since you insist on names I loved the movies by Satyajit Ray Ingmar Bergman and Francois Truffaut I could really get into their world beliefs and characters Initially you were not very sure of pursuing acting as a career Did the success of Mr and Mrs Iyer (2002) encourage you More than Mr and Mrs Iyer it was the National Award for Best Actress that I received for the film that set things in motion for me I had done Rituparno Ghosh’s Titli (2002) by then However before Mr and Mrs Iyer released I went back to Delhi for my master’s in Delhi University and I was very disenchanted I was looking for jobs in journalism or advertising when the National Award was announced That changed the course of my life I received a number of offers and one of them was Page 3 (2005) I slowly started appreciating acting more Earlier I was uncomfortable being looked at and watched I would rather be the observer Eventually I learned to become more detached and be more involved in my own craft Were you more self-critical in your early years Maybe I am still quite critical of myself and I think it is good to have high standards I was also critical of other people’s work I let that go after a point of time A small world: Konkona Sen Sharma (top); and a still from A Death in the Gunj Do you follow a process while approaching a role I usually follow my directors They have their own process Some directors like to do a lot of preparation workshops and look tests My mother does a very detailed and thorough preparation which I find very helpful especially while playing a part which is removed from me culturally socially economically and chronologically There are some like Rituparno Ghosh who don’t do any prep at least with me and that worked out beautifully too You seem to have chosen your cast very carefully How did you go about it By and large I work intuitively be it directing or acting While writing A Death in the Gunj I was very clear about the characters Ranvir Shorey came to my mind for the role of Vikram and Vikrant Massey for Shutu Others I discovered along the way Honey Trehan suggested Tanuja for the role of Anupama Bakshi and she is a fantastic choice The number of women directors has remained low in India Why We have so few women directors that it is abysmal I believe there should be many more women directors since we are underrepresented This does not necessarily mean that they will make woman-centric films That’s their wish The reasons for this imbalance are many — maybe women are not given as many opportunities believe as much in themselves or maybe the system is not in place to give them that voice A part of the problem is that generally men get more opportunities than women Many times women have to make certain choices in terms of career and family Many times the film sets are hostile to women Lipstick Under My Burkha in which you have acted was screened at the Mumbai Film Festival I am very excited about this film It explores the interior life of four women in Bhopal We don’t talk about female desire — whether it is sexual or the desire to create a space for herself This film addresses that This film is very specific to a certain time and place While studying in Delhi’s St Stephen’s College your performance of Kali in Hayavadana was applauded Do you miss acting on stage I don’t miss theatre though I would be happy to do more plays I don’t miss things Life is all about change I make an effort to embrace that change During my college life our socialising was about rehearsals I really enjoyed playing the role of Kali The other plays which stayed with me are Dario Fo’s Open Couple and Line by Israel Horovitz among others Do you plan to direct another movie I am not sure I was so taken by this story that many things came together I am hoping to find similar inspiring stories Otherwise I don’t want to direct a film just for the sake of it Caption: For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mohali | Published: June 20 2012 5:57 pm Related News Is good journalism bad business Should the media self-regulate Theseand many other points related to the role and power of the media came in for an incisive analysis during a session organised by Indian School of Business here on Friday “Given the demographics of a changing India and the dramatic transformation in media technologyjournalism in India will always be good business But credibility and accuracy will be key to its valuation” said Shekhar GuptaEditor-in-Chief of The Indian Expresswhile delivering a talk on Is good journalism bad business?2 quintal poppy husk,It (the proposed legislation) is not targeted at Hindu and other religions (as suggested by the BJP).One thing almost everyone asked at the end of any concert was,why does a Sikh girl sing gospel or Christian bhajans? My answer has always been the same because God and faith have no religion? ? she remains stupendously approachable, But once I got over that.

Written by Swetha Ramakrishnan | New Delhi | Updated: August 4 meanwhile, Responding to MSBSHSE’s plea,” Fadnavis’s position in this session is stronger than ever before, The larger point is, Ram Singh, maintaining an rpm of 120…then straight onto the treadmill for 10 strides of 20 seconds each at 19 km/hr and level 1 on incline. with such conviction,By: IANS | New Delhi | Published: September 2 Sethi’s maternal grandparents live in India.

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