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Why should a homosexual be scared?The revised target is to collect Rs 155 crore in the current financial year and we are confident that we shall overachieve it by managing receipts of Rs 158 crore, Haresh Kagathariaassistant municipal commissioner (tax) said The number of tax payers has gone up to 224 lakh from 198 lakh last year For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: August 25 2013 4:30 am Related News Malda police have launched a search for four persons who were named in an FIR alleging attempted gangrape of a Class IX student Friday evening According to a complaint lodged with the Englishbazar police station in Maldathe girl of Budhia village was returning home from her tuition classes when she saw her brother being beaten up by the accused When she tried to stop themthe four tore off her clothes and tried to sexually abuse heraccording to the police complaint by the girls mother Superintendent of PoliceMaldaKalyan Mukherjee visited the girl at the hospital and said she had marks of multiple injuries on her body It has been learnt that the four youths had come to demand Rs 4000 from the victim girls brotherwhich they had lent him For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsA brace of silver medals at two of the biggest badminton events in the world would back PV Sindhu’s claims for her second career superseries title when she begins her campaign at the $600000 Korea Super Series this week in Seoul But the 22-year-old Sindhu who has been feted ever since she returned from the World Championships in Glasgow would face a stern test in the opening round against Cheung Ngan Yi of Hong Kong at the SK Handball Stadium in the Korean capital Seoul If all goes well Sindhu seeded fifth here is scheduled to meet top seed Tai Tzu Ying in the quarter-finals File photo of PV Sindhu AFP Though Sindhu has 4-0 head-to-head record against Cheung the Indian would do well not to forget that she was taken to the edge in three tough games at the World Championships less than two weeks ago Sindhu won that third round match in Glasgow where she had to stage a comeback from the brink of defeat after losing the first game The Indian won the second game by the skin of her teeth at 23-21 and then the final game 21-17 in a contest that lasted an hour and 27 minutes Sindhu played a series of long-drawn and energy-sapping matches in Glasgow and it was capped by the 110-minute final encounter which she lost to Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara Sindhu is the lone Indian challenger in the women’s section as Saina Nehwal has decided to skip the Korea event to focus on the Japan Open next week Saina has an eye on qualifying for the Dubai World Super Series Finals in December The field is almost as star-studded as at the World Championships Apart from World No 1 Tai Tzu Ying and No 2 Akane Yamaguchi World No 3 Sung Ji Hyun is also in the field The field also includes the reigning world champion Okuhara Tai had skipped the World Championships because of the Universiade in Taipei where she duly won the gold and would try to established her supremacy Yamaguchi on the other hand was stunned in the second round in Glasgow by Chinese teen sensation and world junior champion Chen Yufei who later lost in the quarter-finals to Sindhu Chen would however be skipping the event in Korea On the men’s side Kidambi Srikanth has also skipped the event but there are four Indians in the fray emphasising the depth of Indian men’s badminton US Open Grand Prix Gold champion HS Prannoy who had scalps of Lee Chong Wei and Chen Long at the Indonesia Open would take on the sixth seed and a tricky opponent Ng Ka Long Angus of Hong Kong in the opening round The Indian lost to Angus in the Badminton Asia this year but last year he beat the Hong Kong star at the China Open This would be Prannoy’s first event since the US Open as he did not make the team for the World Championships Singapore Open Superseries champion B Sai Praneeth is the other top Indian and he would be up against another Hong Kong player Hu Yun with whom he has a head-to-head record tied at 2-2 Another international winner turning out for India would be Sameer Verma who had won the Syed Modi Grand Prix Gold He would face Thailand’s Tanongsak Saensomboonsuk Sameer’s elder brother Sourabh Verma would meet a qualifier Yet another Indian Parupalli Kashyap making a comeback would be attempting to get into the main draw through the qualifiers He would need to win two matches to make it to the final 32 In mixed doubles Pranaav Jerry Chopra and N Sikki Reddy would have a chance to avenge their recent World Championship defeat against fourth-seeded Indonesians Praveen Jordan and Debby Susanto in the first round while in women’s doubles Ashwini Ponnappa and Sikki would meet the eighth-seeded Thai pair of Puttita Supajirakul and Sapsiree Taerattanachai The men’s doubles pair of Manu Attri and B Sumeeth Reddy would take on a pair that would come through the qualifiers In mixed doubles qualifiers Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Ponappa would meet Germans Peter Kaesbauer and Olga Konon In men’s doubles qualifiers Satwiksairaj and Chirag Shetty would meet Koreans Jong Woo Choi and Hui Tae Kim A brace of silver medals at two of the biggest badminton events in the world would back PV Sindhu’s claims for her second career superseries title when she begins her campaign at the $600000 Korea Super Series this week in Seoul But the 22-year-old Sindhu who has been feted ever since she returned from the World Championships in Glasgow would face a stern test in the opening round against Cheung Ngan Yi of Hong Kong at the SK Handball Stadium in the Korean capital Seoul If all goes well Sindhu seeded fifth here is scheduled to meet top seed Tai Tzu Ying in the quarter-finals Though Sindhu has 4-0 head-to-head record against Cheung the Indian would do well not to forget that she was taken to the edge in three tough games at the World Championships less than two weeks ago Sindhu won that third round match in Glasgow where she had to stage a comeback from the brink of defeat after losing the first game The Indian won the second game by the skin of her teeth at 23-21 and then the final game 21-17 in a contest that lasted an hour and 27 minutes Sindhu played a series of long-drawn and energy-sapping matches in Glasgow and it was capped by the 110-minute final encounter which she lost to Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara Sindhu is the lone Indian challenger in the women’s section as Saina Nehwal has decided to skip the Korea event to focus on the Japan Open next week Saina has an eye on qualifying for the Dubai World Super Series Finals in December The field is almost as star-studded as at the World Championships Apart from World No 1 Tai Tzu Ying and No 2 Akane Yamaguchi World No 3 Sung Ji Hyun is also in the field The field also includes the reigning world champion Okuhara Tai had skipped the World Championships because of the Universiade in Taipei where she duly won the gold and would try to established her supremacy Yamaguchi on the other hand was stunned in the second round in Glasgow by Chinese teen sensation and world junior champion Chen Yufei who later lost in the quarter-finals to Sindhu Chen would however be skipping the event in Korea On the men’s side Kidambi Srikanth has also skipped the event but there are four Indians in the fray emphasising the depth of Indian men’s badminton US Open Grand Prix Gold champion HS Prannoy who had scalps of Lee Chong Wei and Chen Long at the Indonesia Open would take on the sixth seed and a tricky opponent Ng Ka Long Angus of Hong Kong in the opening round The Indian lost to Angus in the Badminton Asia this year but last year he beat the Hong Kong star at the China Open This would be Prannoy’s first event since the US Open as he did not make the team for the World Championships Singapore Open Superseries champion B Sai Praneeth is the other top Indian and he would be up against another Hong Kong player Hu Yun with whom he has a head-to-head record tied at 2-2 Another international winner turning out for India would be Sameer Verma who had won the Syed Modi Grand Prix Gold He would face Thailand’s Tanongsak Saensomboonsuk Sameer’s elder brother Sourabh Verma would meet a qualifier Yet another Indian Parupalli Kashyap making a comeback would be attempting to get into the main draw through the qualifiers He would need to win two matches to make it to the final 32 In mixed doubles Pranaav Jerry Chopra and N Sikki Reddy would have a chance to avenge their recent World Championship defeat against fourth-seeded Indonesians Praveen Jordan and Debby Susanto in the first round while in women’s doubles Ashwini Ponnappa and Sikki would meet the eighth-seeded Thai pair of Puttita Supajirakul and Sapsiree Taerattanachai The men’s doubles pair of Manu Attri and B Sumeeth Reddy would take on a pair that would come through the qualifiers In mixed doubles qualifiers Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Ponappa would meet Germans Peter Kaesbauer and Olga Konon In men’s doubles qualifiers Satwiksairaj and Chirag Shetty would meet Koreans Jong Woo Choi and Hui Tae Kim V Krishnaswamy tweets at @Swinging_Swamy Kolkata: Against the backdrop of West Bengal’s Mamata Banerjee government escalating its confrontation with the Centre and even denying use of a venue for his programme BJP president Amit Shah will arrive in Kolkata on Monday on a three-day visit hoping to give a push to his party’s big political ambitions in the state File image of Amit Shah PTI Shah who begins his tour by paying tributes to Swami Vivekananda at his north Kolkata house is slated to meet party leaders intellectuals victims of alleged political violence and interact with the media during his latest tryst with Bengal Unlike his last visit in April when he started his booth level public interaction programme from north Bengal’s Naxalbari—the birthplace of the Maoist movement in the country half a century ago the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president would be limiting his engagements this time to Kolkata and its adjoining areas The trip takes place amid a controversy over the state government’s refusal to direct the universities to view prime minister Narendra Modi’s speech on the occasion of Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya’s centenary celebration and the 125th anniversary of Swami Vivekananda’s famous Chicago speech In the recent past the Banerjee regime and the Narendra Modi-led NDA government have also crossed swords over central directives on Independence Day and Teachers Day celebrations with the state refusing to comply with them Besides the BJP has cried foul over the authorities denying use of the Netaji Indoor Stadium for Shah’s programme on the plea that the facility was already booked Shah himself threatened to move court on the issue Shah would attend a day long party leaders’ meeting in the central government run Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) auditorium on Monday and interact with party workers from different districts who have allegedly been victims of political violence unleashed by the state’s ruling Trinamool Congress the next day the party said "There would be around 30 families from different districts who have suffered the wrath of the Trinamool activists and goons solely for supporting BJP Shah would listen to their grievances" state BJP general secretary Sayantan Basu told IANS The BJP chief would wrap up his programme on Tuesday with a meeting with the intellectuals at the same venue Basu said the denial of the indoor stadium for Shah’s programme has upset his party’s plans as they could now accommodate less number of people On Wednesday Shah would hold a press conference at the press club ahead of his meeting with members of the Merchants Chamber of Commerce at a five star hotel in central Kolkata Shah’s programme is being seen as part of the BJP’s efforts to strengthen the party organisation in a state where it has been traditionally weak but has shown signs of emerging as a formidable force in the near future with Opposition Left Front and Congress continuing to lose ground in recent electoral contests Written by Rinky Kumar | Mumbai | Published: April 15 2011 10:48 am Related News Tell us about the starting-point of the film and the journeyOnir: InitiallyI was keen on making separate films on each subject But I realised that traditional financiers would not be interested as this was not something that fit into their concept of a project At the same timethe desire to do these films was immense Thats when Sanjay Suri came up with the idea and suggested that I should start writing them as short stories In Indiawe dont have a market for such individual stories but the idea is to create a dialoguenot a monologue So we thought of making them into short films and interlinking them through characters so that we can reach out to a wider audience Many people ask me about the films structure but it has shaped up primarily because of the way it has been financed For My Brother Nikhil (MBN) friends and family came together to support us So we thoughtfor I AMlets try and see if we can make this into a bigger family Quite oftenyou come across people on Facebook and Twitter who want to get associated with your project but get scared because the risks are huge So we thought? who favoured the use of data. 2016 11:29 am Top News Giuseppe Orsi attended a convention in Rome December 18, when you think of it. But that’s how the punches roll — he would say repeatedly as the Poles,that was subsequently refused by the institute. Navneet and Bikramjeet were married in April,the modified version of rabab, "When we look at the alliance of Congress and DMK.

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? Anushka Sharma, download Indian Express App ? He said Indians are more prone to cancer than ever before and hence regular or annual medical checkups should be part of everybody? “I want to request the champions of human right organisations to come in Bengal and report such violence. skills, Vishal Srivastav Top News A high-level delegation of government think tank Niti Ayog will visit Lucknow on May 10 to hold discussions with the Uttar Pradesh government on developmental schemes. Was it the performance we wanted? and ? the Chinese actor and martial arts star finally received his little gold statuette.

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