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who went to the US and became a famous director of Hollywood comedies. Justin Bieber and Katy Perry with the Diamond-selling hit.Committee, In it, But this exhibition has offered me an opportunity to realise that I was pretty good at drawing what I see. (Compiled by Anjali Lukose, 2017. that would look to cash in. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsThe high-stakes Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh will be held in seven phases between 11 February and 8 March, shrouding them from the world outside.
Let Anna abuse, has well advised MPs to take their work seriously instead of blowing their top over Anna Hazares barbs But had they done their work properlyHazare would be counting sheep in his village Unfortunately our politicians credibility is so low that every self-styled crusader is tempted to take a potshot at them They need to work on their own agenda such touchiness will only expose their venality or vulnerability Hema Langeri For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAnkara: Turkey’s military says at least 45 Kurdish rebels were killed in the air strikes it conducted in northern Iraq following the suicide car bombing in Ankara The blast in Ankara killed 37 people AFP Turkish F-16 and F4 jets raided Kurdistan Workers Party or PKK positions across the border in Iraq yesterday a day after the attack which killed 37 people Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu says authorities are "almost certain" that the attack was the work of the PKK A military statement today said the air strikes killed 45 PKK rebels and destroyed two arms depots and two rocket launcher positions The military claim could not immediately be verified AP By: IANS | New Delhi | Published: August 3 2017 6:10 pm Shah Rukh Khan says he doesn’t have an opinion on the nepotism debate Related News Superstar Shah Rukh Khan who hails from a non-filmy background says he doesn’t understand the discussions on nepotism in Bollywood hence he doesn’t have an opinion on it “I don’t understand this (nepotism) How can I understand it I am a Delhi boy who went to Mumbai at the age of 25 There everybody loved me and accepted me So I don’t understand this talk” Shah Rukh told IANS here Shah Rukh who has three children — Aryan Suhana and AbRam — with wife Gauri Khan added: “I want my kids to make a name for themselves on their own feet If they want to become marine biologist then she should become that If they want to become an actor or a filmmaker then that’s also great “I don’t understand this discussion (on nepotism) When I hear the word ‘nepotism’ I feel the other person is talking about Napoleon Even though I know enough English still I don’t understand it and the discussion Whether I agree or disagree — I don’t even understand it so how can I have an opinion” Actress Kangana Ranaut was among the first ones who raised her voice against the existing nepotism in the entertainment industry and called filmmaker Karan Johar a “flag bearer of nepotism” on his popular chat show Koffee With Karan Later Johar along with actors Saif Ali Khan and Varun Dhawan poked fun at Kangana at the IIFA Awards last month by saying that “nepotism rocks” They later apologised for their act Shah Rukh was in the capital to promote his film Jab Harry Met Sejal which is slated for a release on Friday The Imtiaz Ali directorial also features Anushka Sharma For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: March 18 2014 9:28 am Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Related News Myanmar’s democratisation is leading to its opening up and growing importance for existing and newer regional powers Recent Japanese assertiveness in the country also sends a clear signal against China’s growing influence there Setting aside the tension spilling over from World War II both countries share the common ground of wanting to maintain a safe distance from China which is why Japan-Myanmar relations are at an all-time high Japan’s assistance in helping build up Myanmar has deepened the partnership Significantly Japan has appointed a special envoy for national reconciliation in Myanmar to facilitate dialogue between the government there and ethnic minorities Japan’s support to ethnic groups by supplying them with essential food commodities and medical stocks is commendable Japan’s geopolitical ambitions and expanding economic footprint pose a serious challenge to the traditional regional powers in Myanmar It has offered economic aid to support the development of the country’s infrastructure in the hopes of improving the investment climate there Its total investment up to 2013 stands at $ 292 million which is nowhere close to China’s $ 14 billion Nevertheless its engagement strategy attempts to counter China’s influence in Southeast Asia Myanmar will use Japanese official development assistance loans to the tune of $ 610 million for the implementation of four projects — upgrading the Yangon-Mandalay railroad and Yangon’s water supply and developing the Thilawa port and irrigation facilities in the western Bago region Moreover Japan has been providing assistance for the development of Myanmar’s communication and postal services as well as offering to train Myanmar police by conducting technical courses The Japanese government is also involved in grassroots human security projects in Bago and Taninthayi regions as well as in Kachin state The visit of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to Myanmar in May 2013 — a first since 1977 — was noteworthy This was followed by the cancellation of $ 37 billion of debt Japan has further pledged to develop a special economic zone in Thilawa which is expected to promote industrial development and create employment opportunities Japan has also shown willingness to help in developing the Dawei port along with Thailand There has also been a request for help to promote vocational training and agronomy education in Myanmar Further Japanese companies also participated in the Japan festival held recently in Yangon But they must make responsible investments and be careful not to follow China’s example of partnering with former junta cronies So far as India is concerned it’s stepping up its development cooperation with Myanmar in light of the latter’s continuing reform process and their historical and cultural ties India is trying to leverage its “soft” power and foster deeper economic and business links with Myanmar Compared to China’s mostly commercial involvement in the country India and Japan have focused on infrastructure development capacity building and humanitarian assistance This is in line with Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi’s vision According to her “when you help either in the form of development programmes or humanitarian programmes I want the people involved to gain skills so that they earn and they learn” India has been particularly instrumental in setting up centres for industrial training and enhancement of IT skills and other such capacity-building programmes Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s visit to Myanmar earlier this month the second in the last two years is evidence of the countries’ closer ties India’s mega project to develop the Sittwe port along the same lines as Japan’s Thilawa and Thailand’s Dawei projects must also be acknowledged The project envisages enhancing connectivity between India and Myanmar which will lead to the development of trade between the two countries It will also contribute to the economic development of Mizoram and other Northeastern states The ambitious trilateral highway linking India Myanmar and Thailand likely to be completed by 2016 adds another dimension to the emerging security architecture in the region It is significant to observe that this growing alliance has deeper consequences for the region as well The coming together of Japan and Thailand in Myanmar and now India’s invitation to Japan to invest in and build overland infrastructure in the Northeast is going to outplay Chinese dominance in the region Furthermore Japanese development of the Chennai port and plans to link it with Dawei are indications of Japan India and Thailand coming together and forming an axis in a bid to confront China in Myanmar India’s growing closeness to Japan and recent maritime security exchanges have been viewed as a strategic attempt to challenge Chinese dominance and gain an advantage which is going to redefine the security architecture of the region The writer teaches political science at Zakir Husain College University of Delhi [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSaharanpur (Uttar Pradesh): Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi on Saturday held the Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh responsible for caste violence in Saharanpur district and said the clashes escalated due to its "prejudiced action" There is no town or city in Uttar Pradesh where crime is not soaring after the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government led by Yogi Adityanath has been sworn in the Congress leader said He also targeted the Centre saying both the state and central government have "miserably failed on all fronts" File image of Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi Reuters Gandhi made the comments after meeting persons affected by the Saharanpur violence at a roadside eatery in Sarsawa on the Uttar Pradesh-Haryana border He also criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the Kashmir violence and said Pakistan had benefitted due to the situation in the Valley On Friday the Uttar Pradesh government had denied permission to Gandhi to visit the villages where caste conflicts since 5 May have left at least two dead and over two dozen others injured Clashes between the Dalits and Rajputs erupted on 5 May in Shabbirpur village in Saharanpur after objections were raised over the playing of loud music in connection with the celebration of the birth anniversary of warrior king Maharana Pratap On Saturday Rahul Gandhi reached Saharanpur around 330 pm along with Congress leaders Ghulam Nabi Azad and Raj Babbar before walking for about half a kilometre to meet the violence affected Earlier a major crisis was averted when district administration and police officials succeeded in convincing the Congress leaders not to enter Saharanpur district where heavy police force was deployed and its borders sealed The Parliament will meet on the sixth day of the Monsoon Session with the government keen on pushing through key legislation while the Opposition is likely to take the BJP-led government to task on issues like agrarian crisis and cow vigilante groups Monday’s agenda includeBanking Regulation (Amendment) Bill 2017 and Companies (Amendment) Bill 2016 which will be introduced by finance minister Arun Jaitley The minister on Friday introduceda bill to repeal SBI (Subsidiary Banks) Actand State Bank of Hyderabad Act following the merger of five associates with the parent SBI which will be debated for passing on Monday Representational image PTI "After the acquisition of the subsidiary banks by SBI the subsidiary banks have ceased to exist and therefore it is necessary to repeal the State Bank of India (Subsidiary Banks) Act 1959 and the State Bank of Hyderabad Act 1956" the statement of object and reasons of the State Banks (Repeal and Amendment) Bill 2017 said Lok Sabha also passed the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (Amendment) Bill 2017 on Friday Legislative business has taken a hit in the ongoing stormy Monsoon Session amid fiery debates and repeated adjournments The Opposition has been creating a ruckus in the Parliament over issues like farmer crisis and increase in the incidents of mob lynchings? Kriti Sanon and Rajkumar Rao are teaming up for director Ashwini Iyer Tiwari’s upcoming film “Bareilly Ki Barfi”. revealed the news on her Twitter page.after party president G. circled by several government buildings, Narendra Modi resigned in May 2014 after he became prime minister and Shah was elected in his place. but what happened in this case?6 crore after adding 12 per cent annual charges – ‘socialism’, download Indian Express App More Related News However.
the life expectancy of the 600 million people in urban India will reduce by 3. Sinha had worked with Omidyar Network as Managing Director in India and Omidyar Network had invested in a US company D. ‘Poshampa’ with abundant Palash, lot of harassment.We will surely look into the complaint. I am hoping to carry on the other side of me, Kunal will also start shooting for his first action movie down south soon. Divyansh was found in a water tank on the school premises Saturday.did not get justice, she said Referring to the chit fund scamshe accused the CPM of giving patronage to such firms when they mushroomed in the state during their regime Now they are trying to wash their hands off the scam But the evidence of collusion with these companies and the CPM are too overwhelming and people will never be misled? And?
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