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according to Bruce Riedel, Himalaya Ki God Mein and Jab Jab Phool Khile were the movies which made Anand a lyricist in a class of his own. who in fact is a great and distinct ally of the Congress. It is because of TV that I am here and I feel one should not forget that.
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Until Wenger decides to bring a major change, IPL 2017 Player Auction Live Updates Nabi has proved himself on the international level as he is currently ranked 7th in ICC rankings for all-rounders in ODI cricket. 1726 hrs IST: GOAL!India take the lead as Chinglensana slots home a cool finish Within two minutes India almost take double the lead miss by inches 1720 hrs IST:Pakistan got a penalty corner their chance of opening the scoreline but got dismissed In return India charge attack but in vain That brings us to the end of the first quarter 1710 hrs IST:Indian midfielders ensure that they have maximum possession Good start for India Akashdeep hits the far post First close attempt by the Indian hockey team 1700 hrs IST:Match begins between India and Pakistan at the Asia Cup 2017 after national anthems of the respective teams 1645 hrs IST:Even though coach Marine has asked fans to treat it like any other normal match an India vs Pakistan especially hockey is never just a match It is war Starting XI of India vs Pakistan: Starting XI for the thrilling duel vs Pakistan in the #HeroAsiaCup 2017 (Men) on Oct 15 #INDvPAK : Star Sports First/2/HD2 & Hotstar pictwittercom/fUzWUWUn9n — Hockey India (@TheHockeyIndia) 15 October 2017 1635 hrs IST: Hello and welcome to our live coverage from the Asia Cup hockey match between India and Pakistan For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Saurabh Prashar | Chandigarh | Published: February 6 2017 4:57 am The Cyber cell of Chandigarh Police in Sector 17 Source: Jaipal Singh Top News AS CASHLESS transactions have increased after demonetisation so have fraudulent online transactions going by the figures of the Cyber Cell of the Chandigarh Police Post-demonetisation while the cell registered five criminal cases pertaining to cyber frauds it received a total of 102 complaints Out of these complaints 55 pertain to ATM frauds and 57 to fraudulent transactions through debit cards These 102 complaints are part of a total of 300 cyber crime complaints received by the cyber cell from November 9 2016 till January 10 2017 The remaining complaints pertain to sexual harassment on the Internet stalking and hacking of e-mails Watch What Else Is making News Inspector Harinder Singh Sekhon incharge cyber cell Chandigarh Police says “Post-demonetisation we have become more careful about online fraudulent transactions The number of such complaints has increased A recent case pertains to a fraudulent transaction through Paytm account of a government employee Gagandeep Kaur who lost Rs 18000 after sharing her password and OTP with an unidentified caller The accused was identified as Yogesh Partap Singh of Delhi and arrested It was the first reported case in this region comprising Punjab Haryana and Himachal when someone lost money through e-wallet post-demonetisation” In another debit card fraud a local computer teacher Tejinder Singh of Sector 56 did not share his confidential details with anybody but fraudsters managed to do a shopping worth Rs 39000 with his debit card Police investigations revealed that the debit card was used to shop in Los Angles United States of America Tejinder says “There was negligence on the part of the private bank that issued the debit card to me I deposited a cheque in my account on January 6 and in the next four hours about 13 transactions were made from my account and fraudsters withdrew Rs 39000 from my account I did my best to block my account But before the bank authorities blocked my ATM card half the amount in my account was already gone” “When I approached police” says Tejinder “They first told me that I might have unknowingly revealed my password and OTP to some strange caller But later they were convinced that I did not reveal my confidential information to anyone” Due to intervention of the Cyber Cell the bank returned half of the withdrawn amount to Tajinder Gurcharan Singh a cyber cell faculty member at Central Detective Training School (CDTS) Sector 36 says “The online fraudsters are more smart clever and well-equipped with the latest methods of hacking fishing cloning and stealing the online data They search for new ways to cheat people round the clock” On preventing cyber crimes related to monetary frauds Gurcharan says “Apart from increasing the manpower in cyber cells there is a need to upgrade the cyber knowledge of police personnel They must be taught and informed about all the latest technologies adopted by cyber criminals” The Cyber Cell of the Chandigarh Police comprises more than 21 police personnel including women cops and is headed by a DSP-rank officer Although the cell is equipped with all the latest devices to track criminals members of the cell assert that the infrastructure should be upgraded and a separate building should be allotted for the cell which is currently functioning from the building of Sector 17 police station Two cases Ignorance of what to share and what not is one of the prime reasons for most of the cyber frauds Yogesh Partap Singh of East Vinod Nagar Delhi had procured password and OTP of Gagandeep Kaur and transferred Rs 18000 from her Paytm account into his account Inspector Sekhon Cyber Cell incharge says “Nobody should disclose bank-related confidential details over the phone Kaur revealed the details to Singh who had introduced himself as an employee of Paytm stationed in Noida” Singh’s accomplice was C K Sinha of Bihar who is yet to be arrested Singh had cheated half a dozen people and about 22 smartphones were recovered from his possession He was arrested on January 6 Manu Gupta of Delhi was arrested on January 9 for cheating Rajesh Kumar of Sector 46 Chandigarh out of Rs 29000 on the pretext of providing him bonus on the maturity amount of his insurance policy Gupta lured Kumar who got convinced and paid him Rs 29000 in different online transactions For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Tunku Varadarajan | Updated: July 26 2015 8:13 am There was so much that was emetic about Bajrangi Bhaijaan both major and minor Related News There is a “multiplex” cinema near Times Square in Manhattan that is a Mecca for Indian filmgoers and my son and I went there last week — as we do from time to time when there’s a new release from Bollywood — to see Bajrangi Bhaijaan I can’t remember when I last saw a Hindi film that was so preposterous — and so dangerous in its message I grant that the film was comedic melodrama and as such is probably best dismissed as a couple of hours of sheer silliness and sentimentality But the makers of Bajrangi Bhaijaan and its main star Salman Khan clearly intend to deliver a message to audiences in India (and to Indians worldwide) The message is “We Are All the Same” And that message is toxic nonsense Share This Article Related Article The “we” in question are Indians and Pakistanis: one people the film would have us believe but for the machinations of politicians I find these repeated assertions of Indo-Pak oneness of cross-border concord grating in the extreme They are propagandistic distortions of a truth that liberal Indians had better square up to before it’s too late: We Are All Not the Same The fact that we were one country from 1858 to 1947 doesn’t mean that we have anything more in common today than a few shared languages and a lust for spicy food and cricket Pakistanis don’t believe that they and the Indians are “one people” Have you seen their history textbooks Much of their national energy since 1947 has been spent in erasing all traces of Indianness from its cultural and historical consciousness India isn’t blameless: our treatment of history is its own ripe scandal But Indians don’t need to deny that they are someone else in order to consummate their Indianness Pakistanis in order to be properly Pakistani have to be the “not-Indians” The longing for a reunification is a Bollywood specialty This may well be because the Hindi film industry has so many people with roots in pre-Partition West Punjab and Peshawar There is an atavistic pull towards the people and places they left behind Beyond Bollywood the belief in an indivisible Indo-Pak essence resides in the hearts of Indian Punjabis (many of whom have forgotten the horrors of the parting of ways in 1947) and Indian secular liberals who have manufactured their own one-people myth as an extension of their (perfectly civilised) desire to safeguard the rights of India’s own Muslims (The political gymnastics is as follows: the Hindu Right derides India’s Muslims as “Pakistanis” so the Indian Left counters that with prophylactic assertions that Pakistanis and Indians are the same) There was so much that was emetic about Bajrangi Bhaijaan both major and minor India’s (and Bollywood’s) obsession with light skin is one When Salman brings the mute girl back to his Brahmin abode the consensus is that she too must be Brahmin because she is so “gori” When she eats meat the conclusion is that she must be kshatriya This is Casteism 101 the idiocy of which is matched only by the other inane stereotype: that Muslims are meat-eaters Hindus mostly vegetarian In Pakistan an Indian who’d sneaked in under the border fence and encountered a Rangers patrol would have been shot dead or arrested on the spot never to be seen again Instead Salman is sent on his merry way by a good-hearted officer The maulvi of a madrasa in the Punjabi heartland would have turned Salman over to the cops in a heartbeat not enabled his escape from them But nothing was quite as fantastical as the mute Shahida finding her voice at the end screaming “Jai Shri Ram” on the Indo-Pak border with thousands of Pakistanis around her In real life she’d be lynched So our parable Salman’s parable is deeply flawed There is little solace to be had from the fact that he means well In truth the longer we perpetuate Bajrangi Bhaijaan’s myth of oneness the more complacent we get — and the more vulnerable to Pakistan Vive la difference Tunku Varadarajan is the Virginia Hobbs Carpenter Research Fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution @tunkuv For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | London | Published: June 13 2015 5:09 pm “There was also a clear link with under-performance and boys having traditional opinions about their gender role that is that men should lead women” (Source: Reuters) Related News A feeling of estrangement from school and a belief in traditional gender roles that men should lead women are two possible major causes behind the worldwide trend of boys falling behind at school says a study The researchers noted that according to a recent OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) report 15-year-old boys are more likely than girls of the same age to be low achievers “We saw a strong tendency for failing boys to be alienated from school; feeling distant and thinking it is not useful” said lead researcher Andreas Hadjar professor at the University of Luxembourg “There was also a clear link with under-performance and boys having traditional opinions about their gender role that is that men should lead women” Boys with these traits tended to be more disruptive in class and hence underperformed scoring about eight per cent less in their year mark than the average male pupil the study showed As many girls as boys expressed their alienation from school but these attitudes were shown to have a more negative effect on boys The study showed having traditional views of male/female roles are more prevalent among boys than girls Other factors such as peer group attitudes and socio-economic background also hinder school performance as they influence school alienation and gender role orientations and thus educational performance the researchers said For the study published in the journal Masculinities and Social Change questionnaires group discussions and video observation of lessons were used to analyse the behaviour of 872 children mostly aged 13-14 years going to school in Berne Switzerland The researchers also identified a potential solution as by observing behaviour in class the researchers saw that underachieving boys responded best to authoritative teaching styles that feature a structured and caring but controlling approach This is not to be confused with overly strict authoritarian methods as they found that inappropriate teaching styles can cause and reinforce feelings of estrangement from school For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Parul | Singapore | Published: February 9 2017 9:07 am Kumar Ahmed from Jamaica and music director and ghazal singer Ranbir Kumar after the release of the album Wednesday (Source: Jasbir Malhi) Top News FOR music director and ghazal singer Ranbir Kumar ‘Emotions’ is a labour of love a work that makes Kumar both elated and reflective ‘Emotions’ is a ghazal album dedicated to renowned poet Nida Fazli on his 76th birth anniversary “Fazli was a poet who felt the pain of people and expressed it so beautifully in his poetry Humanity common people their struggles all became a part of his writing which appeals to people across age groups” says Kumar who has previously done an album ‘Safar’ which includes seven ghazals on Fazli’s poetry In the album a few ghazals of Fazli have been sung by Jagjit Singh and Chitra Singh Lata Mangeshkar Anuradha Paudwal and Kamal Ahmed Kumar recalls his association with Fazli and how it took him three long years to convince the poet to give him permission to use his poetry for the album “When he heard the compositions I received his blessings to take the work further The effort was that all the feelings of the poet should reflect in the compositions and I think we were able to do that” says Kumar who selected the poetry for the album some of his favourites being ‘Duniya Jise Kehte Hai Jadu Ka Khilauna’ ‘Har Taraf Har Jageh Beshumar Admi’ ‘Safar Me Dhup to Hogi’ and ‘Jo Mila Khud Ko Dhundta Hi Mila’ “From the young to the old he used to feel people’s pain and write it His going away and the pain we feel is reflected in the album” says Kumar adding how ghazals will always be heard for the meaningful lyrics give people hope joy and faith in love and humanity which is so needed in today’s age and time For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: June 21 2017 5:53 am According to sources Ahmed allegedly stayed silent for the most part during his CBI interrogation Top News The Enforcement Directorate and CBI have summoned Iqbal Ahmed TMC leader and deputy mayor of Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) to appear before them on June 21 and 22 respectively as part of the Narada sting probe According to sources Ahmad has responded to ED saying he will not be able to attend on health grounds and is likely give CBI the same response He is currently admitted at Bell Vue Clinic in South Calcutta and will likely not appear before both agencies till he is discharged sources added The TMC leader was admitted on June 15 after being interrogated by the CBI for the first time On Monday the CBI summoned him for the fourth time “He is a cardiac patient He had undergone angioplasty twice in the past On and off he still complains of chest pain He is improving but we are yet to take a call on when he will be discharged” a hospital official told The Indian Express According to sources Ahmed allegedly stayed silent for the most part during his CBI interrogation However when he was shown a video of him accepting money he allegedly said it was a donation for his football club “Ahmed said he was given Rs 10 lakh by Mathew Samuel but claimed it was a donation by Samuel to Mohammeden Sporting Club” an official said As per sources Ahmed denied accepting a bribe to arrange meetings between Samuel and senior Trinamool Congress leaders Ahmed also allegedly claimed he doesn’t remember much saying he meets “a hundred people in a day” Officials are likely to get in touch with the Mohammedan Sporting Club and ask for documents to verify Ahmed’s claim sources said adding the CBI wants to interrogate him again The CBI initiated a probe into the Narada sting case after being directed by the Calcutta High Court and later filed a case against 14 people including an IPS officer and 13 TMC leaders ED summons schoolteacher The ED had on June 16 issued summons to Syed Tazdar Ali Mirza alias Tiger who was not directly named by the agency in its FIR Mirza a school teacher has been asked to appear before the ED on June 22 Agency sources said Mirza was the one who had physically taken Samuel to meet the TMC leaders As per sources while Ahmed has responded in the negative the agency is yet to receive any response from Mirza For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: July 23 2017 3:52 pm Harbhajan Singh had a special message for the Indian team who are looking to win their first World Cup title Related News With Indian eves looking to script their names in the history books of women cricket by winning their maiden World Cup title Harbhajan Singh had a special message for Mithali Raj & Co and wished them ahead of the big finale Harbhajan who was in the men’s team which won the 2011 World Cup posted a video on Instagram where the Turbanator wishes the Indian team and asks them to lift their maiden title He said “Good luck girls Bring the cup to us” After a destructive inning by Harmanpreet Kaur India ended Australia’s hopes of winning their record seventh World Cup title Harmanpreet’s unbeaten knock of 171 powered India to their only second ICC tournament final Defending a total of 281 Indian bowlers did a fine job as they bundled out the defending champions to 245 and set clash against the three-time champions England Skipper Mithali Raj and Jhulan Goswami are the only two players from the current squad who had gone down against Australia in the final of 2005 World Cup Mithali is the second highest run-scorer in the ongoing tournament meanwhile 19-year old Deepti Sharma has been exceptional with both bat and ball The Indian team will bank on their openers Punam Raut and Smriti Mandhana for a solid start while a Jhulan along with Deepti will play a crucial role with the ball England who are playing for their fourth World Cup title made it to the final by defeating South Africa by two wickets For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Shubhangi Khapre | Mumbai | Published: July 4 2017 5:04 am Tapi Irrigation Development Corporation (TIDC) (Representational Image) Top News The government Monday gave its approval to the revised estimate of Rs 4959 crore for the Krishna-Koyna irrigation project The project cost has been enhanced from Rs 1982 crore (2000-2001) to Rs 4959 crore The proposal by the Ministry of Water Resources was approved in the cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis The decision to sanction additional Rs 2977 crore for the completion of the project that was started around three decades ago aims to tackle the perennial drought-prone talukas in Sangli and Solapur district of western Maharashtra The allocation overrides the financial constraints in the wake of Rs 34000-crore farm loan waiver The cost escalation is attributed to delay in execution increased compensation for land acquired for the project and widening the scope of work to bring more villages under its ambit The project will bring 109127 hectares of land under irrigation providing 26 TMC water through Krishna-Koyna dams Minister for Water Resources Girish Mahajan said “The project will put an end to the water scarcity problems in Khanapur Tasgaon Miraj Kadegaon Palus Sanglola Magalveda and Kavthemahakal in Sangli and Solapur districts Geographically these are talukas that fall under rain-shadow areas and always face drought” The Krishna-Koyna project comprises two components — Takari lift irrigation and Mhaisal lift irrigation While Mhaisal lift irrigation works would add 1744 TMC water and bring 81697 hectares under irrigation Takari lift irrigation would help in making available 934 TMC water and bring 27430 hectares under irrigation The project was first approved during the Congress government in 1982-83 at Rs 82 crore The cost was revised to Rs 1321 crore in 1995-96 and then to Rs 1982 crore in 2000-01 The project in politically important as it comes under the region traditionally the stronghold of Congress and NCP in the last six decades During the Congress-NCP government there was a separate cabinet minister dedicated for the irrigation works under the Krishna Valley Development Corporation For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App 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