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A file photo of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. The former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani escorted these women — Juanita Broaddrick,Kathy Shelton and Kathleen Wiley — into the debate hall and were seated directly in front of a pair of Democratic congressmen: Senator Dick Durbin and Congressman Luis Gutierrez Trump quickly brought in the allegations of sexual assault against Bill Clinton "It’s just words folks It’s just words" he said "If you look at Bill Clinton far worse Mine are words and his was action His was what he’s done to women There’s never been anybody in the history politics in this nation that’s been so abusive to women So you can say any way you want to say it but Bill Clinton was abusive to women" Trump alleged "Hillary Clinton attacked those same women and attacked them viciously Four of them here tonight One of the women who is a wonderful woman at 12 years old was raped at 12 Her client she represented got him off and she’s seen laughing on two separate occasions laughing at the girl who was raped Kathy Shelton that young woman is here with us tonight" he said "So don’t tell me about words I apologise for those words But it is things that people say But what President Clinton did he was impeached he lost his license to practice law He had to pay an USD 850000 fine to one of the women Paula Jones who’s also here tonight" he said "When Hillary brings up a point like that and she talks about words that I said 11 years ago I think it’s disgraceful and I think she should be ashamed of herself if you want to know the truth" Trump said Clinton dismissed these allegations as lies "When I hear something like that I am reminded of what my friend Michelle Obama advised us all: When they go low you go high" she said "If this were just about one video maybe what he’s saying tonight would be understandable but everyone can draw their own conclusions at this point about whether or not the man in the video or the man on the stage respects women But he never apologises for anything to anyone" she alleged Written by Sandeep A Ashar | Mumbai | Updated: November 9 2015 4:49 am Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis Related News A MONTH after 46-year-old builder Suraj Parmar shot himself leaving behind a suicide note in which he alleged harassment by politicians and municipal officials another Thane builder has written to Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis seeking help against those allegedly stalling his ongoing building project in the satellite town In his 18-page letter to the CM the builder has named Congress corporator Narayan Pawar The Indian Express accessed a copy of this letter that was also marked to Thane Municipal Commissioner Sanjeev Jaiswal and Commissioner of Police Param Bir Singh Though Parmar too had named politicians in his suicide note he had later scribbled out these as an afterthought Share This Article Related Article The Indian Express had reported earlier that Thane a real estate hot spot was experiencing the presence of an alleged cartel of elected municipal corporators and officials known among builders and officials as the ‘Golden Gang’ The ‘gang’ allegedly uses official forums including the Standing Committee and general body meetings of the Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) to stall real estate projects raising allegations regarding irregularities and then demand payoffs R G Pataskar partner Shree Yogeshwar Developers has alleged in his letter that Pawar had used various “dubious” means and was allegedly exerting “immense pressure” on the Thane town planning authorities to delay issuance of the occupation certificate to a highrise building project undertaken out by them on a 175 lakh square feet land near Ghodbunder Pataskar has also claimed that Pawar’s associates had been pressurising him to pay bribes a charge vehemently denied by Pawar when contacted for comments He said “I have no personal interest in the builder’s project But I had raised the issue after receiving a complaint that one of the owners of the plots had been deceived by the builders It is baseless to allege that I or my associates have demanded payoffs from him” Pataskar pointed out that none of the contentions being raised by Pawar had been accepted by courts “We have been forced to fight as many as 36 cases in various courts due to frivolous litigations” Pataskar said The contention finds mention in his letter to Fadnavis Besides various court orders the 74-year-old builder who is also a practising architect has attached official documents to his correspondence including a court affidavit by a senior Thane town planning officer where he has admitted that the construction work had been according to sanctioned plans Pawar confirmed that he did not represent the municipal ward where the project was being undertaken but asked: “As an elected representative don’t I reserve the right to raise issues in public interest” While Fadnavis was unavailable for comments Municipal Commissioner Sanjeev Jaiswal said “I am yet to go through the contents of the letter These would be verified and appropriate action taken under law” Sanjay Ghadigaonkar Congress group leader in the TMC meanwhile said he was unaware of any such complaint “We (the party) would first look into the merits of the complaint Based on this the party would further look into the matter” he said Pataskar has demanded a probe into the matter “Ideally the projects should have been completed in two-and-a-half years But despite abiding by all norms and building according to approved plans the project has been stalled for eight years throwing viability numbers off gear” said Pataskar’s son Amol also a partner in the firm “I feel cornered from all sides I’m under tremendous mental strain” Pataskar has said in his letter He has cited the extreme step Parmar had taken to justify his demand Pawar meanwhile argued that the Parmar episode was being used to “muzzle genuine complaints” from corporators [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: January 23 2016 6:49 pm Kiran Karmarkar said: “Money comes after script for me When I get calls for new shows I give more preference to the story If it doesn’t sound interesting to me I don’t take up that show Even if they offer good amount to work” Related News Actor Kiran Karmarkar who has been a part of the entertainment industry for over two decades believes an actor should chase good scripts rather than money to improve his or her credibility in showbiz “Money comes after script for me When I get calls for new shows I give more preference to the story If it doesn’t sound interesting to me I don’t take up that show Even if they offer good amount to work I feel it enhances your credibility as an actor” Kiran best known for his roles in shows like “Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii” “Thodi Si Zameen Thoda Sa Aasmaan” “Uttaran” and “Badalte Rishton Ki Dastaan” told IANS While he has been a popular name on television Kiran has also made his presence felt on the silver screen through his performances in various Marathi and Hindi films like “Raajneeti” “Pankh” “Chakravyuh” and “Shanghai” However the actor feels working on TV requires more hard work than films “Television takes a test of your abilities and strengths It’s not easy to work on TV as compared to films In films we have to play a character for a limited time Also there is a limited shooting schedule whereas television requires more time” he said “Sometimes we have to shoot for a daily soap continuously without any break for weeks or even months Films have a proper shooting schedule but in TV we are required almost every time” he added Kiran will next be seen in the forthcoming TV show “Tamanna” which will be aired on Star Plus starting February 1 “I’ve been working on television since the late 1980s but when I heard the script of ‘Tamanna’ I saw some uniqueness in it The story is the reason why I took this show “I’m playing the role of Deepak Solanki who lives in a village near Jamnagar Gujarat His daughter wishes to be a cricketer So he supports her to be a cricketer While I was doing outdoor shooting for ‘Tamanna’ I spent 40 days in a room in Ahmedabad I didn’t get time to go around the city after shooting hours” Asked which characters he likes to play — negative or positive – Kiran said: “People like to watch me in positive avatar like Om in ‘Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii’ But when I did negative roles like the one in ‘Uttaran’ then also they appreciated my work “More than the character the story of the show should attract me There should be some uniqueness in it I didn’t see ‘Uttaran’ story as a unique one But my character looked strong So I did the show for about a year and left it For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express AppWritten by Rohan Swamy | Published: October 20 2012 2:32 am Related News Around a year and a half backwhen independent film maker Srinivas Sunderrajan was waiting at a bus stopa funny scene involving an elephanthis mahout and a fruit vendor set the cogs spinning in his head While Srinivas was laughing hard at the poor fruit vendor being harassed by the duoa thought that it could lead to something big also began running in the back of his mind When I got back homeI scribbled a rough draft of a mahout hunting for his elephant that has suddenly gone missing The kind of people he meets and how they help him out?” he said.

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