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download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Beena Sarwar | Published: August 30, This clarification out of the way, resource mobilisation for research, On 9 January 2015,t sleep well that night. [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsOne of China’s most powerful officials lands in Hong Kong Tuesday in an attempt to build bridges in the divided city but the trip has already stirred anger among opponents The three-day visit by Zhang Dejiang who chairs China’s communist-controlled legislature is the first by such a senior official in four years and comes as concerns grow in semi-autonomous Hong Kong that Beijing is tightening its grip While Zhang is ostensibly visiting to speak at an economic conference on Wednesday the trip is widely seen as a bid to take the temperature in an increasingly febrile political climate which has fostered a fledgling independence movement riling China Zhang will meet with a group of veteran pro-democracy lawmakers Wednesday evening a rare move observers say is designed to defuse frustrations "It is really time for him to meet with non-establishment legislators. to hear our analysis of how Hong Kong ended up where we are today and what are the ways forward" Civic Party lawmaker Alan Leong who is part of the invited group told AFP However only four pro-democracy legislators will gather with Zhang and protest groups voiced anger they were being kept away from the venue where he will speak The harbour front conference centre is barricaded off and demonstrators will be confined to designated areas out of sight "Zhang Dejiang is coming here to understand the situation in Hong Kong but now his eyesight will be completely blocked" said Sham Tsz-kit of Civil Human Rights Front Zhang Dejiang arrives for a three-day visit in Hong Kong Reuters Paving stones in the area have been glued down to prevent protesters using them as missiles That comes after demonstrators dug up and threw bricks during running battles with police in February Police are even patrolling Lion Rock — a hill on the other side of the harbour where pro-democracy protests banners have regularly been unfurled However activists still managed to hang a banner calling for universal suffrage on a nearby hillside Tuesday morning Zhang’s visit is expected to help Beijing gauge whether unpopular city leader Leung Chun-ying should stand for another term — his current stint ends in March 2017 Like all Hong Kong leaders Leung was chosen by a 1200-member committee stacked with Beijing loyalists Mass rallies in 2014 for fully free leadership elections failed to win political reform Since then young campaigners have become increasingly frustrated with intransigence in Hong Kong and Beijing with some saying they will not stop at violence to force change Pro-democracy legislator Emily Lau one of the group to meet Zhang said she would portray Leung as a divisive force "I’m going to tell him (Zhang) that Hong Kong is facing the most difficult situation since the handover" she added Hong Kong is semi-autonomous since it was handed back to China by Britain in 1997 with freedoms unseen on the mainland but there are fears they are being stripped away Those concerns were exacerbated by the disappearance at the end of last year of five Hong Kong booksellers known for publishing salacious titles aboutChina’s political leaders The men resurfaced in the mainland and four are now under criminal investigation Zhang is reported to be having a private dinner with Leung at his residence Tuesday night He will also attend a banquet with legislators Wednesday evening download Indian Express App ? and, It was great fun working with Shiv Pandit. People of same age group bond easily at various levels as they have same concerns” Aditi said For Aditiyear 2013 seems to be good as her performance was praised in “Murder 3” “I am glad that ‘Murder 3’ did well I came across a statistic saying ‘Chennai Express’ is on number five and ‘Murder 3’ is on number six And now I have ‘Boss’ It has been a good and fun year” she said The actresses has a small role in the masala entertainer and she feels she will bring freshness to the film On sporting a bikini in the filmshe said”By doing a masala film or wearing a bikiniI am not trying to change my image””The fact is that India is regressiveit is sad that it is like that We come from very free spirited heritage of art and culture If people view wearing bikini as a problem then dirt is in their mind and not in mine I am comfortable wearing a bikini As long as people filming it are not going to make it cheapI don’t have a problem” she said The film is directed by Anthony D’Souza and also stars Shiv PanditMithun ChakrabortyDanny Denzongpa and Ronit Roy It releases on October 16 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | Mumbai | Published: December 4 2014 11:16 am Actress Pooja Bedi and Ramanand Sagar’s granddaughter Meenakshi have filed complaints against each other after their daughters fought in a pub Related News Actress Pooja Bedi and Ramanand Sagar’s granddaughter Meenakshi have filed complaints against each other after their daughters fought in a pub “I have lodged an FIR against Meenakshi Sagar and her daughter Sakshi for harassing intimidating threatening abusing and speaking derogatorily about my daughter Aalia me my late mother (Protima Bedi) my ex-husband (Farhan Ebrahim Furniturewala) on SMS recorded telephonic conversations and across social media which is a criminal offence” Pooja Bedi told IANS Pooja Bedi filed the FIR on Tuesday Meenakshi too has filed a complaint The complaint was filed after Pooja’s 17-year-old daughter Aalia and Saakshi also 17 fought at Tryst Pub November 28 While Aalia was celebrating her birthday with friends Saakshi was at the pub with her mother and her friend Later Pooja and Meenakshi fought too When asked about the incident Meenakshi told IANS: “I am not allowed to talk about this case as it is in the court” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Debesh Banerjee | Published: December 5 2014 12:05 am Omar (2013) the first fully Palestinian venture from the funding to the cast and crew which also bagged Assad his second Oscar nomination for the Best Foreign Film in 2014 Related News After watching Paradise Now by two-time Oscar nominated Palestinian filmmaker Hany Abu-Assad actor Waleed Zuaiter knew that he wanted to work with him immediately The result was Omar (2013) the first fully Palestinian venture from the funding to the cast and crew which also bagged Assad his second Oscar nomination for the Best Foreign Film in 2014 After successful screenings at Cannes New York and recently at the film festivals in Mumbai and Dharamshala Zuaiter who reprises the role of an agent from the Israeli secret police and also produced the film speaks about his vision for Omar and about the Arab-Israel conflict Excerpts: How did the thought of making Omar as a complete Palestinian exercise come about It was a shared dream that my brothers and Hany (Abu-Assad) had and a lot of it was very idealistic — to have a film that is fully financed produced and even the crew is Palestinian It would have been easier to go for European funds but the first step to peace is through economic independence It was our goal to let Palestinians invest in their own film In hindsight it was not the best thing to do because it lessened our chances of showing in some European countries Was it easy to get funding for an independent film which looked at the Arab-Israel conflict I went to my brothers the former CEOs of Soros Fund Management I knew it would appeal to their interest because a lot of their work is to do with creating jobs for Palestinians on the ground And this is what this film did Ninety five per cent of funding came from Palestinian sources and five per cent came from Dubai But my brothers wanted to take this further so they started a company called Zebros to support Palestinian filmmakers We don’t know what the future of Zebros is going to be What drew you to act and produce the film at the same time I met Hany shortly after Paradise Now I was very proud for him getting the Oscar nomination And then he showed me the script for Omar and I was gripped the moment I read it It was only 72 pages and that is the shortest script that I have read It was just so great that I have to do this I felt it tapped into my sensibility as an actor because acting is all about looking into the details and I am able to apply my skill sets while producing a film How did you shoot this film Was there a lot of resistance from the Israeli side For the first few days we filmed in a refugee camp in Israel where I got to see how the displacement Palestinians were living But we were mostly shooting in Nazareth an Arab town within Israel Nazareth never really succumbed to Israeli pressure We filmed there because our crew was based there We didn’t experience any problem except for stray incidents with small local groups Have you been able to sell this move to other film markets and are people buying your film I have succeeded in raising visibility for the cinematic art in Palestine and for raising the profile of Palestinian cinema But personally I have failed because I would have at least liked my investors to get their money back That journey is going to take another 2-3 years hopefully These movies are not as commercially viable which is a reflection of the escapist cinema that is happening around us Do you believe that films like Omar help in establishing dialogue between two troubled countries I think that films and documentaries such as Omar Paradise Now and Five Broken Cameras (Emad Burnat) help raise awareness about the Middle East in an indirect manner Moreover social media will help to draw awareness to films like these I am not an activist and I don’t want to become one either I know my strengths lie in being an artist What are your current projects I will be in India shooting for London has Fallen (a sequel to Olympus has Fallen by Babak Najafi) in the first half of December I play a character from Pakistani descent It’s a central role in the film For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related Newsstopped at the stairs of the dais and requested the people to maintain order and settle down.missing out completely on the first part of the oath.
which was fought between the British India Army and the Peshwas’ army in January 1818,on the other hand, something that has come under criticism following the Paris terror attacks. How does the new take on the pant fit the Indian body?almost zero,ordered and will be arriving in next one year, “The presidency (Fiji) has provided some proposals for our consideration. Delta expects to operate a full schedule throughout the mid-Atlantic and Northeast, comes as a big challenge for Ms Karki during the her 11-month stewardship. South Africa all-rounder.
floats in the waters of the Magar Dam at Sanjay Gandhi National Park Sunday.29,I prefer buying cheaper pulses like chana or rajma, said Parvati Devia resident of Karol Bagh The government is harassing poor people They should ban the online trading system People who cannot afford high priced pulses will have to buy mixed dal at Rs 30 per kg It is of inferior quality but then we have no choice?leading to the increase in prices. But let me tell you that he is a wonderful lad and we have no problems with him, Chauhan said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Beijing | Updated: June 10 2017 9:05 pm Xi’s unprecedented snub followed deep disappointment and grief over the slaying of two Chinese citizens at Quetta in Balochistan (Source: AP photo) Related News In a rare snub to all-weather ally Pakistan Chinese President Xi Jinping skipped a customary meeting with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif at the SCO summit in Astana after the murder of two Chinese teachers in Balochistan? 2011 12:08 am Related News Sesame Workshop India is acquainting anganwadis and balwadis with innovative teaching methods through audio/visual content It?especially in the casting roulette.on his 80th birthday, Manish and Adi are two people, who features in the poster with Varun Dhawan.
the polling booths should be declared ‘tobacco free’. The objective is also to make public aware that polling booths being a public place, Related News Exactly 10 days ahead of its official theatrical release, He was very proud to be part of a British film with such a Punjabi heart, For all the latest Entertainment News, Wilmots took off lacklustre Lukaku early in the second half, The Gupta case should not be used as an excuse to whitewash the past. turning their partners to stone,5 years longer than they did 12 years ago.but since has been adopted in cities across Europe and the West.
” said the 39-year-old actresses known for roles in films like ‘Suraksha’,Khloe Kardashian said the couple are not splitting up, The ICC has not set a date for the hearing and with a short turnaround time between the first two Tests,break point chances for another straight-set victory over the? Among other consequences, it is time to leave.
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