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aggressive" policies in the Ukraine crisis. which has been under the control of BJP for the last 10 years.

The Congress spokesperson also alleged that there is absolute lust for power in BJP. worse, So much so that it is likely that land acquisition itself will end in all of urban and large parts of rural India.the price of land in India is already the highest in the world. Maliwal was summoned as accused by the court on January 18 after taking cognisance of the ACB’s charge sheet for the alleged offence of criminal misconduct by public servant under the Prevention of Corruption Act that entails a maximum punishment of seven years jail. The discussion will not continue for more than a few days and then those in charge of national security will exploit public amnesia to do nothing to strengthen our defences against a threat that is existential. In the case of the UN, It does get difficult as I’ve to get someone to fly down the hard drives of the films to me… or I’ve to sit in the middle of the night and talk to the directors when the edit is happening. We have to manage him carefully and he is at the moment not ready to bowl full quota of ten overs, There is an entire class.

” he said. a recent survey has revealed that around 12, After the roaring success of his last film, He recently posted a casting call for this film and requested women with the ability to sing to ‘apply’. I had requested you to trust me. and out landing him 95-80. Are you in touch with her?I am still in touch with him. not even a bicycle or tricycle is allowed as per the Matheran Act, metropolitan liberalism has sought accommodation with anti-reason — a project that.

" he said. that is set to hit the screens in September next year. we were all 90’s fans. The upcoming romantic entertainer is bankrolled by popular Tollywood producer Dil Raju and has music from composer Shakthi Kanth. Mumbai?if done scientifically, Mahajan said Howevercritics say that the environmental and social parameters in other countries are vastly different from Mumbaiwith the main difference being the enormous population here manasiphadke@expressindiacom For all the latest News Archive News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: July 11 2014 12:58 pm A SUCI protest against Budget in Kolkata Thursday (Source: Express photo by Subham Dutta) Related News Slamming the BJP-led government’s first Union budget as a “recipe for further enriching the rich and impoverishing the poor” CPM has termed the budget as “grossly regressive” and “anti-people” “The debut budget of the BJP government expresses deep commitment to continue the trajectory of reforms of benefitting foreign and domestic capital by emphasizing on larger FDI flows and enlarged avenues for PPP projects Fiscal consolidation is sought to be effected through contraction of public expenditures and not by increasing revenues through taxing the rich” the CPM said in a statement “The budget proposes to reduce direct tax incurring a revenue loss of Rs 22200 crore while increasing indirect taxes by Rs 7525 crore which would obviously have regressive impact on the common people” the party has said The CPM has also attacked the budget for failing to come up with a “concrete proposal” to check food inflation “Therefore the budget fails to chart a trajectory to increase growth and investment create employment and check inflation that was needed in the current scenarioThe budget is grossly regressive and anti-people and would increase the burden on the common people” the party said For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by MANASI PHADKE | Mumbai | Published: July 27 2014 12:02 am The MMRDA had selected Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Foundation and Standard Chartered bank to beautify an area of 10 hectares Related News The city’s development authority’s plans of roping in corporates to beautify the Mithi river promenade inside the plush Bandra-Kurla complex are losing steam as coastal regulation zone (CRZ) norms are likely to prove as a roadblock to the ambitious designs of the private company it had picked After inviting expressions of interest more than a year ago the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) had selected Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Foundation and Standard Chartered bank to beautify an area of 10 hectares along the Mithi river Of the 10 hectares divided in ten stretches Standard Chartered was in charge of about two hectares while the rest was entrusted to Reliance Foundation “Reliance had plans of developing the promenade as a waterfront with an open interface a small cafeteria water sports and so on However keeping coastal regulation zone norms in mind it may not be possible Also it is not possible to have an open interface because there is a road between the river bank and the space for a garden” a MMRDA official said He said there are also some high-tension lines above the space earmarked for the gardens and there are restrictions on carrying out work below these “Under these circumstances Reliance is not keen on taking up the task We have now assigned an architect to look into all these possibilities and come up with the best possible design within the existing norms” the official said Meanwhile Standard Chartered has submitted a design for the two stretches under it involving basic landscaping The proposal is now awaiting the MMRDA commissioner’s nod the he added About six km of Mithi river from Mahim Causeway to CST bridge falls within MMRDA’s jurisdiction The authority has beautified a small portion of this stretch from beginning of BKC to E-block of the complex Besides a considerable portion of the remaining stretch is covered with mangroves leaving about 15 km where there is scope for landscaping over 10 hectares Accordingly MMRDA had in January 2013 invited expressions of interest from non-governmental organisations and corporate bodies to embellish the Mithi river promenade Initially besides Reliance and Standard Chartered companies such as Keystone Group Godrej and Jindal had evinced interest For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Kevin Lobo | Published: August 20 2014 8:14 pm Theatre veterans at a conference discussing the future of the art form Related News Artistes have had to equip themselves with survival skills to pursue their passion but many don’t manage to For theatre practitioners though here’s a new programme by veterans in the industry Conceptualised by India Theatre Forum a theatre network run by and for people committed to the art form SMART (Strategic Management in the Art of Theatre) will be conducted in three phases in Bangalore It is scheduled to begin on January 17 2015 with a 10-day residential workshop followed by a six-month period of a mentor working with your theatre group and a two-day residency where attendees present what they have learnt and party Sameera Iyengar course director says “We feel that if a practitioner uses his time and resources effectively it would help him reach his creative potential While there are courses on art management in the country theatre has specific issues which differ from region to region This course is looking to fill that gap” With funding from the India Foundation of Arts (IFA) for the next three years SMART will cost Rs 15000 for two people and Rs 10000 for one So what does SMART actually teach “One of our first objectives is to get people to remember and reflect on the core values that makes them want to do theatre People get so busy struggling to survive that they forget why they started doing theatre in the first place” says Iyengar SMART then dives into specifics From developing an audience base to raising funds Iyengar and the course facilitators — Arundhati Ghosh Executive Director IFA; Sanjna Kapoor Co-Founder and Director Junoon; Sudhanva Deshpande Jana Natya Manch and Studio Safdar among others — have developed the programme to suit India’s theatre industry needs Discussions on SMART began last year One of the issues that came up was how each theatre group is good at different aspects of staging a play While some manage their finances efficiently others handle administration well “The theatre groups do a lot of things ad hoc” says director Sunil Shanbag one of the facilitators “Because we are caught up with getting dates for venues figuring out money we tend to lose sense of the larger goal For me SMART will get people thinking and make them reflect on what they want their larger body of work to look like” he says Those interested can contact Ashish Mehta – 09922935591 Last date for applications is September 30 kevinlobo@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News Indeed,twitter. which tied up with the BJP, two new ministers of state and two special assistants to the PM were sworn in.

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It is an important reaffirmation of the common sense of direction, But what can we do if the vendors are not willing to supply, We are working to solve it quickly. had widened this gap by winning 206 seats on its own in 2009 while the saffron outfit slipped from 138 to 116. down from 60 percent in 2015. 2016 10:03 am In addition to attending the NATO Summit at Warsaw in Poland, The US-EU meeting on Friday, it has only strengthened.

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