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"This gives a bleak picture of BJP government’s failure with regard to the defence ministry.

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turned out to be nothing but an expression of the BJP’s inability to reconcile with the defeat.M Venkaiah Naidu on Friday took oath as the new Vice President at a simple ceremony in Rashtrapati Bhavan’s Durbar Hall.twitter. the great Italian scholar and author, The state has neither the will nor the desire to reinvent the idea of Pakistan: no government, The contrast with Rahul Gandhi could not be starker.in the immediate political context,aadhaar? The writer is head of research at PRS Legislative Research [email protected] alleged that UDF victory was due to appeasement of minority.

448 votes, his chartered accountant submitted the appeal documents confirming the recovery and seizure of foreign currency. Under the FEMA, Australia Test squad: Steve Smith (captain),By: Express Web Desk | Published: August 18By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: March 15 2017 4:08 pm Gulzar and Rakhee looked adorable as they celebrated the festival of colours Holi together. Related News Veteran actress Rakhee who once shared screen space with Amitabh Bachchan Dharmendra and other leading actors was seen after a long time and the internet can’t keep calm The estranged wife of lyricist-scriptwriter-author and poet Gulzar Rakhee was seen playing Holi with him daughter Meghna Gulzar and her grandson The actress who now has a pixie cut looked adorable as she targetted others with her pichkaari and sported expressions to go with the moment Gulzar minus a pichkaari pointed out the prospective targets to her More from the world of Entertainment: Almost a recluse who is hardly ever seen in public Rakhee’s appearance made her fans happy The 69-year-old actress was wearing a kurta and trousers as she played Holi with her family at their residence The actress was last seen in a lesser known film Dil Ka Rishta in 2013 In terms of public appearance Rakhee was spotted at the screening of daughter Meghna’s film Talvar The 2016 film was much appreciated for its objective take on Arushi Talwar murder case and starred Irrfan Khan Tabu among others Rakhee was seen playing Holi withGulzar See pics While there is a lot of speculation about Gulzar and Rakhee parting ways it is said the two separated after Rakhee signed Yash Chopra’s Kabhi Kabhie Gulzar was reportedly dead against his wife working in films After waiting for years that Gulzar will sign her for his own film Rakhee signed Yash Chopra’s film and their marriage ended However they never divorced keeping daughter Meghna in mind Gulzar later penned this about Rakhee “Sheher ki bijli gayi band kamre mein bahot der talak kuchh bhi dikhai na diya tum gayi theen jis din us roz bhi aisa hi hua tha” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Bengaluru | Updated: February 28 2017 5:57 pm The Malayalam actress was assaulted in a moving car near Kochi recently Top News In the first social media post after her assault in a moving car about two weeks ago the Malayalam actress has thanked everyone for their support even as she said she will always rise above the difficult times “Life has knocked me down a few times it showed me things I never wanted to see I experienced sadness and failures But one thing is for sure I always get up” she captioned her Instagram picture while thanking for love and prayers that she received from the public and members of the film fraternity during the trying times of her life WATCH |Weeks After Her Assault Malayalam Actress Thanks Everyone In An Inspiring Post Actor Prithviraj has shared the post of the actress who is also his co-star in his upcoming film Prithviraj was one of the first leading actors of Mollywood to issue a statement condemning the assault on the actress and even he recently wrote a social post slamming onscreen misogyny in Malayalam film He also vowed not to entertain scenes and dialogues in his films that disrespect women The actress in question has shown an exemplary recovery from the unfortunate incident Earlier this month she was sexually assaulted by a group of men who also took the photographs and videos of her ordeal in a moving car near Kochi with the intent of blackmail However she refused to give into fear and reported the assault to the police The police have arrested all the main accused and the actress is reportedly satisfied with the police action in the case The actress is trying to get back to leading a normal life after the incident She has already started shooting for her upcoming Malayalam film with Prithviraj in Kochi She is also expected to join the sets of Kannada film in the first week of March For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News 2017 16:01 PM Tags : Published Date: Jul 19, questioning his commitment to the development of Amethi.

This jodi (pair) will together develop the state fully.” the affidavit said.1 per cent of GDP fiscal deficit target. will take part in the exercise, This is the first time that transport aircraft (AN-32) will land and take-off from this highway, Mo. police officer who killed Michael Brown an unarmed black teen (Source: AP photo) Related News Paul McLemore the first African-American to become a New Jersey state trooper was on the streets of Newark in 1967 when riots following a police beating of a black taxi driver left 26 dead He spent decades as a civil rights lawyer and years as a municipal judge in Trenton His wife and children have gone on to enjoy accomplished careers “Of course there’s been a lot of progress” since Newark’s days of rage he said on Tuesday But asked whether a young black man today could find the justice that was believed to be absent in Newark 47 years ago he gave a response that was starkly different “No period” he said “There’s pervasive racism — white racism” For whites and blacks alike that duality may be the takeaway from a grand jury’s decision not to indict Darren Wilson a Ferguson Missouri police officer in the fatal shooting of Michael Brown a young black man: Much has changed and nothing has changed A nation with an African-American president and a significant if struggling black middle class remains as deeply divided about the justice system as it was decades ago A Huffington Post-YouGov poll of 1000 adults released this week found that 62 per cent of African-Americans believed Officer Wilson was at fault in the shooting of Brown while only 22 per cent of whites took that position In 1992 a Washington Post-ABC News poll found that 92 per cent of blacks — and 64 per cent of whites — disagreed with the acquittal of the Los Angeles police officers involved in the videotaped beating of a black man Rodney King “What’s striking is just how constant these attitudes have been” said Carroll Doherty the director of political research for the non-partisan Pew Research Centre in Washington In Pew polls black mistrust of the police and courts is far more pervasive than it is towards other institutions However a Pew poll taken earlier this year suggests that African-Americans under age 40 — the demographic that made up most of the people who took to the streets in Ferguson in August — are much less likely than their elders to believe that racism is the main force blocking blacks’ advancement That whites and blacks disagree so deeply on the justice system even as some other racial gulfs show signs of closing is perhaps not as odd as it seems Decades of changing laws and court decisions mean that the two races now work together play sports together attend school together But they frequently go home to separate worlds where attitudes and experiences towards the police and courts not only are not shared but are not even understood across the racial divide At the end of 2013 3 per cent of all black males of any age were imprisoned compared with 05 per cent of whites In 2011 one in 15 African-American children had a parent in prison compared with one in 111 white children Patricia J Williams a Columbia University law professor said that the war on drugs disproportionately affected blacks — in California in 2011 a black man was 11 times more likely than a white to be jailed for a marijuana felony — and that three-strikes laws kept many in jail Beyond such disparities “it’s the little things like stop-and-frisk like racial profiling and million-dollar block demarcations” — law enforcement tactics that saturate a high-crime area with police officers — that reinforce blacks’ negative attitudes towards the justice system she said Kenny Wiley 26 a black man who grew up in a white upper-middle-class suburb of Denver is one who has seen both sides The Ferguson shooting he said destroyed any notion that his race did not matter — that he could “opt out of the negative parts of blackness” “I grew up with a lot of economic privilege” he said “and still because of my race and my age and my gender I’m still in certain situations perceived as a threat When I walk down the street they don’t see my SAT score they see a black man I don’t believe most white people are malicious I think most white people are oblivious And I think that there’s a lot of work to do” Some blacks take a different view Brian Willingham a church pastor and black police officer in Flint Michigan said he was conflicted by the grand jury’s decision but concluded that it was correct “I now realise that we who consider ourselves leaders in the black community can’t just be against racism We have to also be against a portion of black culture that has become increasingly anti-authority and antisocial to a point of self-destruction” he said “This is an enemy we’ve yet to engage in the black community But it’s a conversation I think we’re forced to have now” For a person of colour Nneka Ekechukwu 23 a South Carolina native of Nigerian descent said it is difficult not to view the Ferguson shooting as part of a continuum: the 2012 shooting of Trayvon Martin an African-American man by a white Florida man who was later acquitted of murder; the 2009 fatal shooting of an Oakland black man by a white transit officer who was found guilty of manslaughter instead of murder When she heard the recent news that a 12-year-old Cleveland boy had been shot by an officer while wielding a toy gun Ekechukwu said “My first question was ‘Is he black’” He was The New York Times For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express AppBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: June 11 2017 5:07 am District Guardian Minister Girish Bapat inaugurates the workshop organised by PMRDA Related News NEWLY established Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) will go a long way in protecting house buyers and will bring about accountability and transparency in the real estate sector according to Gautam Chatterjee chairman MahaRERA Chatterjee said those violating norms and promises made to buyers will not be spared and MahaRERA will keep a hawk’s eye on all operations He also urged prospective house buyers not to invest in projects by builders who have not registered with MahaRERA The MahaRERA chief was in Pune to participate in a day-long workshop for developers to guide them about the functioning of the Authority The workshop was organised by the Pune Metropolitan Region Development Authority (PMRDA) at the Bhimsen Joshi Kalamandir in Aundh The event was inaugurated by District Guardian Minister Girish Bapat Chatterjee also urged builders to come ahead and register with the regulatory body Of about 400 major builders and almost 1500 minor ones only two have so far registered with RERA since it was set up on May 1 He said the deadline given for registration of builders and real estate agents — July 31 — will not be extended “I urge them to register with us And I also urge the buyers… they should not undertake any transactions with developers who are not registered with RERA” said Chatterjee Saying the Authority will help buyers in multiple ways Chatterjee added “They will have more information about the project and about the developer If the builders don’t deliver what they had promised at the time of the launch they can’t get away with it I will personally see that no one gets away with it” said Chatterjee He said RERA will also help the builders as “all the permissions and no-objections that the builders have to collect are to be issued by the concerned authority within time If the authorities take too long to do so then the builders can knock at our doors… the builders will get this opportunity if the officials don’t follow the deadline Transparency will happen on both sides” said Chatterjee For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Michael Wines | Updated: November 27LONDON (Reuters) – Bitcoin rocketed above $15000 for the first time.

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