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sentenced to death on 10 April 10,New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Wednesday dismissed a plea seeking direction to the government to approach the International Court of Justice (ICJ) for securing the release from Pakistan of alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav Making India a fertile habitat for manufacturing job creation depends on many of the subjects in our Constitution’s concurrent list: education, The excitement and intrigue level on Baahubali is at an all time high with people trying to get the answer to the question Why Kattappa killed Baahubali? The night was marked by other emotional pleas as both sides strove to win support with the polls suggesting the race is still too close to call. chaired by Labour MP Gisela Stuart, but she didn’t meet the same fate as Swami Om. Radhakrishna Vikhe-Patil, He described operations that would send Iraqi forces from the south and Peshmerga forces from the north to encircle and cut off Mosul. And he announced that a special commando force has now arrived in Iraq.

he should not have crossed the boundary of public decorum". AFP In Varanasi, download Indian Express App More Related News Schumacher’s teenage son Mick will drive a demonstration lap on Sunday in his father’s 1994 title-winning Benetton to mark the 25th anniversary. the Andraskar family moved to the society six months after its construction. Now, If the partners in the third front manage to develop a coherent policy, PTI "I will try to meet the demand of the people in the Hills if I win the elections.

Modi dived in headlong by taking ownership of the rescue efforts through the army. and the average Kashmiri Muslim knows that. It is a mere co-incidence that this time around the meeting is being held just after the surgical strikes in PoK,” said the source and added that it is a friendly exercise and everything is fine on the Indo-Bangla front. Mitra said. saying "because of the last government we are facing serious financial crisis. The move is bound to evoke a strong sense of hostility from a powerful moneyed section of Gujarat. Despite the best efforts of the Indian security agencies, with the country still critically short of cash, Tsipras said his first priority after the referendum would be to remedy that issue.

one cannot help but think that it is some sort of an elaborate joke. Regrettably it’s not. Secondly, we are spell-bound. The film is a black comedy set in a Naxal-affected town of Chhattisgarh. coupled with a thick beard, we are unable to proceed working with Shruti Haasan in Sangamithra, Reacting to the development,Shruti’s spokesperson issued a statement saying it was her decision to walk out of the project “Despite her enthusiasm and commitment to Sangamithra she has had to give the film a miss since she had not received a proper bound script or a proper date calendar She is currently caught up with promoting her film Rehen Hogi Teri preparation for Sabash Naidu and her musical associations” read the statement @shrutihaasan on why she had to opt out of #Sangamithra pictwittercom/NTNyrKGMl8 — Sreedhar Pillai (@sri50) May 29 2017 Sangamithra is another expensive period film that will roll out from the south Indian film industry The first look featuring Shruti as the warrior queen Sangamithra was released to an encouraging response at Cannes According to producer Murali Ramaswamy of Sri Thenandal Films after the launch many Hollywood studios had expressed their interest to co-produce the epic film Due to unavoidable circumstances we are unable to proceed working with Shruti Haasan in Sangamithra — Sri Thenandal Films (@ThenandalFilms) May 29 2017 Touted to be the next Baahubali from India Sundar said that the two-part epic series will be even better than SS Rajamouli franchise The film set in the 8th century AD will follow Sangamithra’s struggles and inspiring journey to save her kingdom Sangamithra is expected to go on the floors soon and it will be made in Tamil Telugu and Hindi For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Pratap Bhanu Mehta | Published: July 25 2015 12:00 am India’s anti-corruption crisis was a crisis of the credibility of institutions where not a single institution from select committees to the police to the CBI to the CVC to the justice system could be relied on to do a half-credible job on mediating the truth Related News As the BJP and Congress continue to play out the predictably destructive parliamentary pantomime a quiet sense of unease is setting in The political parties may think they are kicking up dust to blindside their opponents but the net result is more suffocating darkness In India’s previous moment of churning the disquiet with the political dispensation manifested itself in a hope for the new In different ways both the AAP and Narendra Modi tried to occupy that ground There was hope that they would absorb the poison that was being unleashed in India’s great churning This time around who knows what political form the disillusionment will take Share This Article Related Article Currently the impression both parties give is of a cynically choreographed script: “I scream corruption you scream corruption we send the people to their damnation” But the purpose of this mutual accusation is not a cleansing of the system Quite the contrary it is to engage in mutual protection Just look at the sheer shamelessness with which Indian cricket is dealing with cleaning up The entire political class from both sides of the aisle responsible for the corruption mess in the first place has put itself in charge through the BCCI and control of the Enforcement Directorate If India had shown half as much bipartisanship over legislation as it had over cricket it would have flourished The second tactic is to engage in diversion Poor Lalit Modi like Arvind Kejriwal is realising the modus operandi of the Indian media: raise the temperature enough and then drop the issue so that you do not have to ask the hard questions of the league of powerful and fine gentlemen that are still ensconced in positions of power in Indian cricket Find another hapless and less sophisticated CM to target The third tactic in this script is creating an illusion of accountability India’s anti-corruption crisis was a crisis of the credibility of institutions where not a single institution from select committees to the police to the CBI to the CVC to the justice system could be relied on to do a half-credible job on mediating the truth We know political parties have skeletons in the closet They would rather turn democratic institutions into a corpse to protect those skeletons than think of reform Can you think of any major institutional steps any parties have taken that are a sign of credible reform The BJP’s so-called black money bill is a bureaucrat’s fantasy in maximum government It is not designed to root out black money at the source When pushed to the wall every political party has the same answer to corruption investigations: “Let’s get the CBI in” And what is the record of the CBI in arbitrating the truth about powerful politicians There is no evidence that the functioning of the CBI has become more credible either in terms of capacity or lack of arbitrariness The government’s use of the CBI in Teesta Setalvad’s case is frighteningly disproportionate to any infraction she might be accused of and smacks of hyperbole and vendetta It is a reminder of how politicised core law enforcement institutions are No political party is interested in serious police reform There is a joke going around about the BJP’s vindictiveness towards the AAP which it is trying to stymie by all means possible It is a random experiment to show that you can actually get MLAs prosecuted if you divest the state government of control of the police The Congress’s crocodile tears would have been more effective if it had shown any effort at serious institutional clean-up in the states it rules: Uttarakhand and Karnataka In fact it has rendered anti- corruption agencies there toothless Seeking the resignation of individuals can if selectively used be a good political tactic and theatre It can be an instrument of accountability through competition But it can also disguise more than it reveals You rather suspect that getting someone like Sushma Swaraj to resign is more about symbolic victories that will divert attention from other cricket functionaries The fourth element in this script is that no political party is capable of self-reflection Rahul Gandhi may have found new energy But so far there is no evidence of any deep self-reflection on what the corruption dynamics that led the UPA to destroy every institution were (and therefore it cannot talk with a straight face on CBI or police reform) or on how its cronyism left us with one of the worst banking systems in the world There is no sense of contrition or an affirmative agenda The Congress also forgets that last time the anti-corruption plank succeeded not on account of disruptions but because they were given momentum by a new civil society movement and a reinvented Narendra Modi Where is the Congress’s ability to gather more trust in civil society or present reinvented credibility Similarly with Prime Minister Modi who has been stunned into silence The scale and nature of the Vyapam scam for which the Madhya Pradesh government has to take responsibility requires a political response not just an investigative dodge It makes good political theatre But the idea that you can defend yourself simply by throwing muck at others is a way of infantilising voters Indeed you are setting yourself up for an even bigger fall because the cynicism you produce will devour you Even if there is a modest economic revival the sheer coarseness and crudity of public life argument and institutions will take the sheen off any achievement And the leadership will be held responsible The fifth element is the risk of casualness towards things that matter It is true that parliamentary committees have been hard at work on important legislation like the GST But so much recent legislation has tripped up on detail that serious time for public debate and moving amendments could have easily caught There will be a lot of time wasted on disruptions But eventually some time next week both parties will allow for an opening to pass a couple of bills but without the elaborate debate commensurate to their importance This will be prompted as much by a mutual assurance pact as a real concern for public disgust However this way of proceeding will have the double effect of making us even more suspicious about the intent of political parties — cynical disruption and casual legislation is a fatal combination But it looks like neither political party has learned the lessons from India’s great churning They are intent on spreading more poison The writer is president Centre for Policy Research Delhi and a contributing editor for ‘The Indian Express’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News Can you name another democratic country in which this contempt for accountability would be considered normal? After the success of Kaabil.

The same day her mobile phone was also switched off. We followed standard operating procedure.Muzaffarnagar: Tension prevailed on Tuesday in Akberpur Suneti village in Shamli district after a 50-year-old kin of gangrape victim was gunned down at his residence Mustafa, those have been further rendered ineffective by poor planning. if you prefer) in a policy cause? it is not happening, But with the appreciation of Khosla Ka Ghosla, tyres and tomatoes" and that there was nothing to fear. As per media reports.

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