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my director, had a beautiful vision for the film and Boney Kapoor is an amazing producer. we don’t own the rights to the film. remembers Akhil who would also pass on tips to Jitender,make them go away forever. We need to learn to coexistand its actually pretty easy to do For exampleI find Rush Limbaugh obnoxiousbut Ive been able to coexist comfortably with him for 20 years by using this simple method: I never listen to his programme The only time I hear him is when Im at a stoplight next to a pickup truck When Costco gives you a sample of its new ham pudding and you dont like ityou spit it into a napkin and keep shopping You dont declare a holy war on ham I dont want to live in a country where no one ever says anything that offends anyone Thats why we have Canada Thats not us If we sand down our rough edges and drain all the colouremotion and spontaneity out of our discoursewell end up with political candidates who never say anything but the safestblandestemptiestmost unctuous focus-grouped platitudes and cant In other wordswell get Mitt Romney Bill Maher is host of Real Time With Bill Maher on HBO For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsRanchi: Polling began in 16 constituencies with Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren contesting in two seats in the fifth and final round of elections for the 81-seat state assembly Representational image PTI Amid adequate security deployment the exercise began at 7 am and will end at 3 pm in all the seats – Rajmahal Borio (ST) Barhait (ST) Litipara (ST) Pakur Maheshpur (ST) Sikaripara (ST) Nala Jamtara Dumka (ST) Jama (ST) Jarmundi Sarath Poreyahat Godda and Mahagama The constituencies are spread over six districts – Dumka Pakur Godda Sahibganj Jamtara and some parts of Jarmundi seat coming under Deogarh district There are nine general seats and seven reserved for tribals In all 3690069 voters including 1784486 women are eligible to exercise their franchise to choose among 208 candidates 16 of them women Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren and Assembly Speaker Shashank Sekhar Bhokta are among the 208 candidates Soren is contesting from two seats – Dumka and Barhait He had won from Dumka in the 2009 polls and is facing a challenge from former JMM veteran and present BJP candidate Hemlal Murmu from Barhait a seat Murmu had won last time as JMM candidate Soren’s opponent in Dumka is among others BJP’s L Marandi The Assembly Speaker is contesting from Sarath while Rural Works Minister and JMM candidate Lobin Hembrom is the lone minister in the Soren Cabinet contesting from Borio constituency Soren’s sister-in-law Sita Murmu nee Soren who is among the 16 JMM candidates in the last leg of the assembly elections is seeking re-election from Jama The BJP has nominated 15 candidates including one women in the final phase of the elections The Bahujan Samaj Party has fielded 12 candidates including one woman while the Congress has 11 candidates including two women Babulal Marandi’s Jharkhand Vikas Morcha has nominated 15 and the RJD six candidates The CPI (M) has nominated six while the CPI has four contestants in the fray and the NCP two candidates There are as many as 65 independents In all 4448 Polling Stations (Including Auxiliary-30) have been set up with 149 being in urban areas As many as 833 of them are marked as hyper-sensitive and 1496 sensitive while 291 polling stations will have Web Casting A total of 22240 polling personnel 16 general observers 10 expenditure observers 3 police observers one awareness observer and 1050 micro observers are deployed to oversee the democratic exercise Former minister Hari Narayan Ray who is on bail in connection with corruption charges is trying his luck from Jarmundi on JMM ticket after winning the seat as independent last time The previous four phase of elections concluded on November 25 December 2 9 and 14 The counting will be taken up on 23 December PTI Written by Anil Sasi | Published: September 11 2013 2:45 am Related News Efforts at getting states on board to ratify the Centres ambitious Rs 19-lakh-crore financial restructuring plan (FRP) for the power distribution sector is beginning to gain traction The first lot of four states including Andhra PradeshBihar and Jharkhand have managed to achieve the prescribed milestoneswhich includes the state-owned distribution utilities getting their FRPs approved by their respective state governmentslenders and bagging an in-principle approval of State Electricity Regulatory Commissions With a cumulative debt of Rs 85000 crorethe first list of four states is key to getting the initial momentum on the debt recast schemeseen as crucial to restoring a semblance of bankability to the debt-laden distribution-side of the countrys power sector Despite delayspartly necessitated by the subdued conditions prevailing in the bond marketsanother list of four more states is reported to in the workswhich could take up the total debt under recast to over Rs 100000 crorea sizeable number from all accounts RajasthanHaryanaUttar Pradesh and Tamil Nadu had earlier given in-principle consent to be part of the FRP scheme and abide by the various mandatory and recommendatory conditions of the scheme Under the restructuring planstates are expected to take over 50 per cent of the outstanding short-term liabilities of the discoms as of March 312012 This is to be first converted into bonds to be issued to participating lendersduly backed by state guarantees The state government will take over the liability during next 2-5 years by issuing special securities in favour of participating lenders in a phased mannerkeeping in view the fiscal space available till the entire loan is taken over by the government Besidesstates would have to provide full support to the discoms for repayment of interest and principal for this portion The process of consensus-building was formidableconsidering the reservations voiced by states had in light of the difficulties for them to stick to their respective Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management (FRBM) targets if they were to go ahead with the scheme Additionallysome of them wanted the incentives that the Centre has promised 25 per cent of the principal repayment of the state once they take the entire 50 per cent of the burden of the discom to be handed over right upfront and not at the end of the cycle Keeping all this in mindthe progress is clearly encouraging Anil is a senior editor based in New Delhi [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: June 26 2015 12:41 am Related News Ever since Wednesday when allegations surfaced that Karachi’s controversial Muttahida Qaumi Movement had received Indian funding Pakistani television news audiences have had little to watch other than ever-more-fantastic claims about their eastern neighbour’s plans to vivisect their nation The evidence for the allegations is thin at best: we still do not know to whom Indian money was purportedly paid when and for what end It remains unclear too why a party known to have made a fortune from organised crime in Karachi would need to dip into RAW’s relatively meagre coffers The tenor of the television discussions tells us of course that some anchors just like their Indian counterparts aren’t overly concerned about the distinction between news and agitprop Like other media storms this one will pass — but it would be a mistake to laugh it away The truth is that the impasse in the India-Pakistan political engagement has strengthened chauvinist hysteria For the nuclear-armed neighbours this holds out grave risks: when publics bay for blood there’s always a danger that leaders will oblige them For weeks now official Pakistan has fuelled anti-India sentiment — a desperate bid to ward off the relentless Islamist assault on its legitimacy and credentials In May Defence Minister Khawaja Asif asserted that the Research and Analysis Wing was working “to wipe Pakistan off the map of the world” The Pakistan army in turn expressed serious concern about “RAW involvement in whipping up terrorism” India too has done its bit to stoke the flames Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar threatened to use terrorists against Pakistan-backed terrorists Last year India claimed to have warded off a 26/11 style attack — a claim for which the evidence investigations by this newspaper showed was insubstantial Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s disinclination to engage Pakistan until it demonstrates seriousness on terrorism is understandable Frustration with Islamabad’s unwillingness to act against groups like the Lashkar-e-Toiba runs deep Yet it’s plainly dangerous for the two countries to disengage altogether — something which opens the prospect of lurching into a situation neither wants or can afford In the meantime leaders on both sides of the border need to understand the virtues of restraint The tiger of public opinion might be fun to mount — but the ride is likely to end sprawled out on the ground possibly to be devoured by a beast that cannot be controlled For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News Gurdwaras are important institutions, has denied the allegations.but Xi might not be so conciliatory. 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[ID:nL6N0V65B1] (Reporting by Omar Fahmy and Mahmoud Mourad; Writing by Maggie Fick; Editing by Michael Georgy and Louise Ireland) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed. 2012 3:36 am Related News In the new security context, former Kerala Governor and three-time Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit today said the new dispensation targeted the holders of the constitutional office "selectively" and "humiliated" them which does not auger well for democracy.second-grade leaders, Related News Imtiaz Ali says his forthcoming movie with superstar Shah Rukh Khan is an attempt to break free from all assumptions, Ravi Srinivasan was arrested by the Puducherry police for a tweet accusing Karti Chidambaram of — Twinkle Khanna (@mrsfunnybones) November 14, they are diverting people’s attention, He carries Pragya to his room. is not only hard to stomach.

a few of the operational pawns, parties know how many of their own nominees can be elected. The TIU’s quarterly report,till very recently, “She just takes care of kids; she raises goats and makes homemade cheese. Gravitational waves do not interact with matter and travel through the Universe completely unimpeded. But they later had to admit they made an error. For all the latest Opinion News, Doctors from across the state also gathered at Azad Maidan in Mumbai on Friday to protest against the assault of doctors in public hospitals. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News

He says having his mother, Uttar Pradesh and elsewhere at the time of elections has created a dangerous situation in the country. May 9). In Surat, “We’ve been working hard and the players were very serious today. after marriage. How involved was Jim Broadbent as the lead? but all of them have to be told through relationships, it was high time that the capacity of drainage pipes be made to such an extent that it can handle rainfall up to 50 mm. while the BJP emerged second with 31 per cent vote share.

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