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And on and on about Deepikas Ranbir tattoowhich we couldnt see: what does it stand for Is it a permanent reminder (of him) Nextshe wanted the lowdown on Indias third most desirableSiddhartha Mallyaa forthcoming guest on the show and Deepikas reported friend with benefits To every questionDeepika looked most puzzled or blank I dont knowshe would reply firmly and thatladies and gentlemenwas that Orhes an amazing person When Simi probed her character What kind of person are you she finally relented and admitted she was a gentle tigress who used Neutrogena to keep her skin glowing How about that for a free promo Since the interview had left us unsatisfiedhungry for moreSimi persuaded Deepika to make cookies for us By Simis old standardsthe show was below par She used to sweet-talk her guests into admissions about themselves and others Nowshes trying the direct approach and its not working For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Updated: July 23 2015 9:20 am Noted poet-lyricist Javed Akhtar says he was bowled over by “Masaan” and dubbed it “one of the finest films Hindi cinema has made” (Source: Varinder Chawla) Related News Noted poet-lyricist Javed Akhtar says he was bowled over by “Masaan” and dubbed it “one of the finest films Hindi cinema has made” Shabana Azmi Rajkumar Hirani Rajkummar Rao Kalki Koechlin Elli Avram Radhika Apte were also present at the special screening held recently All of them were seen raving about the film (Masaan screening pics) “When I came to see the film I knew I was going to watch a very good film But in spite of that I’m totally taken aback and over-awed” Akhtar said (Bollywood praises Masaan) “It is one of the finest films Hindi cinema has made It is perfect The performance direction camera work acting writing were all unbelievable It’s a very good film from any standard in the world” Shabana Azmi was equally impressed with the emotional drama “‘Masaan’ is truly a coming-of-age of Hindi cinema The writing direction photography and the ensemble acting is superlative And I’m really proud that we’re in the times when a film like ‘Masaan’ is made all the best to everybody It’s a must-watch” she said The film stars Richa Chadha Sanjay Mishra Shweta Tripathi and Vicky Kaushal Directed by debutante Neeraj Ghaywan the film won two awards at the Cannes Film Festival For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Ranchi | Published: June 4 2017 12:59 am (Representational Image) Related News Six people including three women were injured and a few vehicles damaged on late Friday night after stones were pelted at a marriage party allegedly by members of another community in Badgai locality under Sadar police station area of Ranchi Police had to use force after members of a community blocked a traffic intersection and adequate forces were deployed to maintain law and order At least five people have been arrested for stone-pelting Members of both the communities have been roped in to ensure peace There was tension between the two communities in neighbouring tolas of Badgai since May 29 after a person wrote an objectionable post on social media according to preliminary probe The marriage party of one Sandeep Sahu a resident of Sahu tola in Badgai had left for Chutia locality a few kilometres away in a bus and couple of vehicles “The marriage party burst crackers while passing by a place of worship of the other community The women in the party stopped after some distance to pray at a temple when a group came from behind and started pelting stones” a police officer said When Sandeep’s cousin tried to take the injured away from the spot in a van the mob damaged the van too leading to stone-pelting from both sides The police then reached the spot “We managed to control the situation in a short time Those who wanted to go home were provided escort while the rest of the marriage party proceeded amid security The injured were out of danger” said the officer Sahu’s supporters and members of some other organisations gathered at RIMS Chowk near the hospital where the injured had been taken and blocked traffic around 10 pm The police used mild force to disperse the crowd Several police officers were reportedly attending a meeting called by the SSP when the news reached them leading to heavy deployment of force within a short time Sandeep is the cousin of Pratap Sahu who was arrested on May 30 for an alleged objectionable post targeting the other community probe revealed “Five persons have been arrested in connection with the stone-pelting Adequate force has been deployed along with Magistrates in the affected locality Further probe is on” said DIG (Ranchi) A V Homkar For all the latest Cities News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: September 20 2017 4:02 pm The twin goals of this plan involve Sports for all and Sports for excellence (Source: Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports) Top News The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi has approved the revamped ‘Khelo India-National Programmer for Development of Sports’ scheme The twin goals of this plan involve Sports for all and Sports for excellence The plan also aims at impacting the entire sporting ecosystem with wide-ranging interventions As per the revamped plan the estimated outlay for the period of 2017-18 to 2019-20 is Rs 1756 crore The program also aims at mainstreaming sport as a tool for individual development and community development Further each athlete selected under the scheme shall receive an annual scholarship of 5 lakh rupees for 8 consecutive years 20 universities across the country to be promoted as hubs of sporting excellence The program also aims to cover about 200 million children in the age group of 10-18 under a massive national physical fitness drive Apart from this the program will cover 20 universities across the country to promote as hubs of sporting excellence Furthermore it will aim at creating an active population with a healthy lifestyle Earlier Prime Minister Narendra Modi had made his intentions clear of improving the condition of sports in India Sports Minister Rajyawardhan Singh Rathore had then said that as per his idea soon a plan “Khelo India” would be prepared and put up in the cabinet for discussion and approval For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Ashok Tandon | Updated: March 31 2015 5:24 am (Illustration: C R Sasikumar) Related News Atal Bihari Vajpayee is the seventh prime minister to have been awarded the Bharat Ratna Jawaharlal Nehru Lal Bahadur Shastri Indira Gandhi Rajiv Gandhi Morarji Desai and Gulzarilal Nanda are the other PMs to have been honoured with the country’s highest civilian award While Rajiv Gandhi and Desai were honoured when PV Narasimha Rao was PM Nanda who was twice interim PM was given the award during the tenure of IK Gujral Rao’s decision to honour Desai who headed the Janata administration from 1977 to 1979 — India’s first non-Congress government — was in defiance of the Congress’s party line Perhaps he wanted to set a precedent that all PMs be honoured with the Bharat Ratna His protege Manmohan Singh it is said wanted to continue the practice and had proposed that at least two of his predecessors — Rao and Vajpayee — be given the award He it appears could not press the case since there was no support for the move within the Congress Rao who accorded Padma Vibhushan to Vajpayee had always enjoyed a special relationship with the veteran BJP leader During his premiership Rao had deputed Vajpayee as leader of the Indian delegation to the special session of the United Nations Human Rights Commission in Geneva where a Pakistan-sponsored resolution to censure India on its human rights record in Jammu and Kashmir was successfully thwarted Rao’s gesture had not gone down well within his own party Salman Khurshid the then MoS External Affairs it was said was upset working under Vajpayee in Geneva Vajpayee succeeded Rao in 1996 when the BJP emerged as the single-largest party in the general election His minority government survived only 13 days Vajpayee had personally approached all non-Congress parties and regional satraps for support but they all refused Political considerations may have influenced their decision but there are also conspiracy theories about the then isolation of the BJP It is believed that Rao had an inkling that the US would lobby to deny the premiership to Vajpayee in the event of a hung Lok Sabha Washington’s apathy towards Vajpayee was clearly reflected in some declassified emails sent to Washington by the US embassy in New Delhi One such mail was based on the notes prepared by the US embassy from a conversation between Vajpayee and the then US ambassador to India Frank Wisner that took place prior to the 1996 election In his report Wisner had disfavoured Vajpayee as the next Indian premier because the “body language” of the BJP’s prospective PM indicated that he “would favour a (nuclear) test” When the 1996 general election threw up a hung Parliament the then president Shankar Dayal Sharma appointed Vajpayee as PM and asked him to prove his majority on the floor of the House Rao was certainly pleased with the president’s decision But he knew what was in store for his friend Vajpayee Without losing much time he quietly passed on a chit to Vajpayee at the swearing-in-ceremony atRashtrapati Bhavan which said “now is the time to accomplish my unfinished task” The task Rao had failed to accomplish during his tenure as PM was conducting the nuclear tests However Vajpayee was ousted from office before his government could prepare for the historic task Rao himself was a victim of Washington’s pressure tactics to prevent India from conducting nuclear tests According to classified documents released by the National Security Archive (NSA) and the Nuclear Proliferation International History Project (NPIHP) Washington kept a close watch on the test site and made serious efforts to prevent a test US intelligence agencies according to classified documents from the US now available in the public domain detected signs of India’s test preparations at Pokhran sometime towards the end of 1995 Ambassador Wisner then warned Rao’s office that the move would backfire on Delhi He also met Rao’s principal secretary AN Varma with satellite photographs of the test site according to the documents Later sometime in mid-December the then US president Bill Clinton spoke to Rao over the phone and got the PM’s assurance that India would act “responsibly” These documents also reveal the US tried to use Japanese influence to stop India from going ahead with the tests The United Front governments of HD Deve Gowda and IK Gujral that succeeded Vajpayee were battling political problems and could not have even thought of conducting nuclear tests After the 1998 mid-term election Vajpayee returned to head a coalition government and the first thing he did was to order the nuclear tests On May 11 and 13 1998 Indian scientists accomplished the delicate task with precision putting India in the elite global nuclear club Most Western powers responded to India’s tests with severe economic sanctions The NDA government fell within a year of the tests According to the classified documents the tests took the US intelligence establishment by surprise These documents concede that “satellite imagery could have provided early warning but it was not analysed in time” US intelligence also admitted in these documents that having learned from the 1995 experience the Indians under strict instructions from Vajpayee’s National Security Advisor Brajesh Mishra had concealed their test preparations including at the Pokhran site through a deception campaign The Vajpayee regime not only battled the tough economic sanctions but also withstood internal and external pressures The victory in the Kargil conflict and the apt handling of the Indian Airlines hijacking earned him laurels across the globe In the mid-term polls that had followed Kargil the NDA won a decisive mandate and the Vajpayee government completed a full five-year term a feat no non-Congress PM had achieved The writer was the media advisor to Atal Bihari Vajpayee when the latter was PM For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tavleen Singh | Updated: July 31 2016 12:21 pm PM Narendra Modi spoke of things no prime minister had dared to do — open defecation sanitation public hygiene and the appalling condition of India’s daughters (Source: PTI photo) Top News Two weeks from today the Prime Minister will address the nation from the Red Fort for the third time The significance of this annual speech is not just that it commemorates India’s independence from colonial rule but that it is the closest thing we have to the American President’s state of the union address In this speech the Prime Minister lists his achievements the challenges he continues to face and the state of the country Narendra Modi’s first address from the Red Fort was electrifying He spoke of things no prime minister had dared to do — open defecation sanitation public hygiene and the appalling condition of India’s daughters He drew attention with eloquence and passion to the failures of more than 50 years of Congress rule to address these grim but vital problems Few countries look as bad as India More than 60 per cent of our population has no access to sanitation millions live without clean water and millions of Indian children remain stunted because of spending their childhood in filth These were things that needed to be talked of from as important a pulpit as the Red Fort Sadly that is almost all we have done since then talk about these things On the ground action has been pitifully inadequate If the Prime Minister orders an inquiry into this dire absence of ‘parivartan’ he could find that as usual Indian officialdom has got in the way He may also find that had he trusted his chief ministers more we may at least have seen dramatic change in states ruled by the BJP He chose to trust high officials instead holding regular video conferences with chief secretaries And nothing happened He misjudged the extraordinary skills Indian bureaucrats have to stymie change In his first address from the Red Fort the Prime Minister made the grand gesture of abolishing the Planning Commission Commentators like your columnist who believe that India will only prosper when we shake off the last vestiges of Soviet-style planning cheered from the sidelines I imagined like others did that with central planning tossed in history’s garbage bin the government would get out of the business of doing business I expected that at least in the service sector where officials have repeatedly shown that they are completely hopeless there would by now be signs of privatisation But Modi’s government continues to run the Ashoka Hotel and Air India at huge losses to the Indian taxpayer Why Is it because the same officials who manned the old Planning Commission continue to keep their jobs Is it because clever officials told him that dramatic change was a bad idea I do not know but it is time that the Prime Minister found out Unsurprisingly by the time it came to making his second speech from the ramparts of the Red Fort his most ardent supporters had begun to feel disappointed They saw that too little had changed and it had taken too long for these little changes to show results The Prime Minister seemed not to notice and again it could be because nobody is better at fooling our political leaders into a sense of false security than the mighty mandarins of Raisina Hill So India under Modi has trundled along much as it did before without showing any of the historic changes we had hoped for The ordinary Indian’s interface with the State remains as ugly as ever whether it is with law enforcement officials tax inspectors or those officials supposedly charged with providing public services Meanwhile officialdom has prospered The Seventh Pay Commission will raise the salaries of one crore central government employees in spectacular fashion and their very generous perks will continue untouched Why do we still have Pay Commissions Why are the salaries of bureaucrats not raised on the basis of performance Why are they not penalised when instead of cutting red tape they increase it by for instance giving themselves more powers to harass citizens The new rules that force NGOs receiving foreign funds to declare intricate details about their assets are a fine example of this?5 level significantly. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Meghnad Desai | Published: July 3, “It’s so difficult to talk every three days about Harry Kane and find different words to describe 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