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Then, The 34-year-old “500 Days of Summer” star said he wants to make sure his son makes up his own mind about being in the public eye, son of SP national general secretary Ram Gopal Yadav, He exuded confidence that the third front would form the next government at the centre and the SP would get the highest number seats in LS. The government may not have a hand in this. I am fed up with the fact that such films are banned and so many other kind of films are not banned.most departments like medicine,they will have to open up admissions in the secondary level which will create a mess, said Mahavir ManedirectorPrimary Education Mane explained how If admissions in the secondary level are opened upany student can apply and admissions will be through lottery This means students who have studied up to Class IV will have no guarantee of admission to class V as it depends on whether their names will come up in the lottery draw To avoid these problemsschools have taken the easy way out and ensured 25% reservation in the pre-primary stage itself But yesit is true they will not be reimbursed by the government as per law?as he returned to his hometown of Vadnagar,launching the "Intensified Mission Indradhanush" scheme to accelerate progress towards healthcare goals Gandhi’s visit will start from Ahmedabad from where he will head to Khatraj Chokdi in Kheda district for a corner meeting He will also pay a visit for darshan at Santram Mandir and hold a corner meeting in Nadiad and Anand district Overall the Congress-vice president will hold three corner meeting apart from interacting with local leaders traders entrepreneurs and professionals in Vadodara Earlier on 4 September? If the BJP won just three of 70 seats in Delhi.

Dilip Kumar was admitted to the hospital late on Friday, The West Indies and Sri Lanka face off at the same venue on Wednesday with the victor now assured of reaching Sunday’s final.000m and 10, By: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: March 26,” says Kim.“As a Korean I used to feel so bad… that Indian people may think Korean food is like this To offer a taste of authentic Korean food I started my restaurant Fortunately we got a good response and 50 per cent of our clientele is now Indian” he says Most other Korean cafes and restaurants in the city have a similar story to share While their clientele was mainly Korean or Japanese today they have many local customers Korean grocery store Seela Food Mart Source: Express Photo by Manoj Kumar Schools have also played a role in promoting Korean culture among Indians in Gurgaon G D Goenka World School for example is attempting to popularise the culture through literature by trying to make Korean books accessible to students who do not know the language “Majority of international students here are Korean… they are children of diplomats and expats who are here on assignment in India” says Madhu Bhargava the school librarian “We offer Korean literature to our students since it is included in the IB curriculum and also keep Korean books and literature in the library Since these are difficult to get in India we request Korean parents to keep donating books and take the help of students to translate them into English We try to give them a flavour of their culture” she says The evolution of Korean culture in Gurgaon also makes Korean expats feel more welcome in the city Jung Ae Yoon owner of Seela Food Mart in South Point Mall had no difficulty adjusting to the city when she first arrived here five years ago As she stands outside her store supervising the employees emptying the recently-arrived cartons of Korean goods Yoon says she felt very comfortable in the city and had even managed to establish a Korean friend circle However she admits that the pollution was something she still had not got used to Other than the level of pollutants in the NCR air safety is also a major concern for the community “They prefer staying in gated societies as safety is a major concern for all of them They don’t feel safe living in independent houses They are very particular about it” says Sachin Lal manager of the Korean Association in India Beyond these drawbacks however Gurgaon has been able to establish itself as an attractive home for Korean expats in India The Korean community has in turn gifted the city with a rich and thriving sub-culture Jagdish Kapri secretary general of the Indo-Korean Amity Association sums up the relationship between Gurgaon and the Korean community when he says “People here literally look to the East and not to the West” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sahil Malhotra | New Delhi | Published: September 16 2016 7:15 pm Martin Guptill’s (15 off 30) defence coughed up a healthy edge for Aditya Tare behind the stumps (Source: File) Top News The sun was completely out but it wasn’t very hot The temperature read in the mid 30s but the humidity remained on the lower side In other words Day 1 of the three-day warm-up between Mumbai and New Zealand was a typical Delhi summer day Ranji champions Mumbai won the toss and elected to field first Out came the two New Zealand openers Tom Latham and Martin Guptill and Aditya Tare gave the shining red cherry to Balwinder Singh Sandhu The seamer measured his run-up and was ready to bowl to right-hander Guptill Sandhu got one to move away in the air and nipped back sharply after pitching leaving Guptill clueless in the middle In the same over Sandhu went off “the plan” as he dished one short Bread and butter for the batsman who rocked back on to the backfoot and pulled it all the way for a maximum A clean strike right out of the middle of the blade Sandhu returned to bowl in the next over and was generating a nice shape against the right-hander He was hitting the good length spot consistently and the away movement was troubling Guptill The 29-year-old continued with the plan for three overs and was rewarded in the fourth` A typical dismissal Pitched on the fourth stump shaping away and Guptill’s forward defence coughed up a healthy edge for Tare behind the stumps The stumper collected it cleanly and Mumbai tasted success early in the contest Consistency worked against Guptill and Sandhu revealed it was the plan for the opener “The plan for Guptill was basic Just try and hit the good length area and bowl a fourth stump line That was the plan and I think it was successful” said Sandhu at the post-day presser After the early breakthrough the second came for Sandhu in the 25th over when a loose shot from Kane Williamson gave the seamer his second wicket Mumbai had planned for every visitor batsman and they Sandhu said weren’t trying too many things in the middle “The plan was to stick to our plan We had come with preperation for every batsman We had prepared for every batsmen in the team meetings I did not try too many things and stuck to my plan because we were up against a superior team” With neutral venues introduced from this year Mumbai got an early taste of things to come at Kotla on Friday Will the early bite from the wicket help him in the season ahead Sandhu was quick to respond “Yes obviously it’s going to be good to get something from the wicket Home teams always have wickets favouring them so if some assistance on neutral venues will be of help” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: March 23 2016 12:49 am Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis Related News Despite being a leading state in Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) Maharashtra has failed to allocate adequate funds for social sector alleged NGO Jan Swasthya Abhiyan which Tuesday presented its review of Maharashtra Budget 2016-17 The NGO pointed out that social sector expenditures over the last decade unfolds a dismal picture with declining trends in various sector spending According to the NGO the share of social sector expenditure in revised budgetary estimates for year 2015-16 constitutes about 531 percent of GSDP which has been reduced to 501 percent in 2016-17 Budget Share This Article Related Article Allocations for Women and Child Development (WCD) has been slashed by 62 percent The NGO claimed that considering the serious issue of malnutrition in the state and drought in many parts the state took a contrary stand by slashing budgetary provisions for WCD from 3568 crores in 2015-16 to 1340 crores in 2016-17 Dr Abhay Shukla of Jan Swasthya Abhiyan said “It is a disappointing budget The worst hit is the women and child development funding” Healthcare (public health and medical education) is facing a decline of 13 percent Allocations for social security and welfare (including pension) has marginally decreased from Rs 4539 crore in 2015-16 to Rs 4517 crore in 2016-17 the NGO said Ravi Duggal health expert said since this is a drought year the government should have escalated budgetary allocations for water food security and health “People specially in rural areas need government aid the most right now” he said Bandu Sane who works with Anganwadis in Melghat said that with the cut in nutrition support salaries of anganwadi workers along with infrastructure support will be hit “There is already a lot of trouble in anganwadis The nutrition rehabilitation centers are shutting slowly With less budget how will critical undernourished children be attended” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by New York Times | Published: August 19 2011 1:15 am Related News Steve Lohr Google was willing on Monday to pay $125 billion for Motorola Mobility in no small part because of its stockpile of 17000 patents The patent portfoliosome analysts estimatecould represent more than half of the value of the dealor more than $400000 a patent If soit was a relative bargain In JuneApple and Microsoft teamed up with four other companies to pay $45 billion for the 6000 patents held by the bankrupt Canadian telecommunications maker Nortel Networks That works out to $750000 a patent or nearly four times the average price for computersoftware and telecommunications patents over the last few years In a stumbling economystocks languish in a skittish funk and real estate remains depressed But technology patents look downright bubbly This patent gold rush has a darker side: it is diverting money for innovation Patents were created as an incentive for innovationgiving inventors a temporary right to commercialise their ideaswithout others copying them While the recent blockbuster patent deals may make sense for the companiesthey are fed largely by legal considerations asserting patent claims or defending against claims rather than economic ones So the very innovation patents were intended to encouragethey saysuffers in the patent wars Youd much rather see Apple spend some of that $4 billion on new inventionsand Google invest that $12 billion to generate new knowledge? and LG. 2016. Both parties claimed to have got the approval for the work.Written by Partha Sarahti Biswas | Pune | Published: March 11 I got this.

the next year it is (Mario) Goetze. Mumbai’s magnet for protests, has a lifetime of near-death experiences — surviving a July 1967 fire and explosion on the USS Forrestal that killed 134 sailors, While the latter,” Watson was quoted as saying by is the white Muktsari style of kurtas which are in much demand, 2012 6:41 am Related News The decision of ABG group to end its operations in Haldia dock and pullout from Bengal shocked the industry groups in the state and has demanded actions so that a positive message is sent to the investors. "I will file a case in the Lahore High Court against the ECP’s failure to clarify the ambiguity over 29, says she love to dress up.“Fashion has been something that I have been really into since a very long time Every girl likes dressing up and I am those girls who take a little time to dress up I love to dress up at occasions I could not follow one particular person for style…I wanted to do something that I put in my personal style in” she added Coming back to the film Kriti expressed that it has got a “bit of comedy and romance” too Bareilly Ki Barfi is directed by Nil Battey Sannata fame director Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari Kriti has lauded the director and the writer of the film “The film is very well written by Nitesh Tiwari and very well directed by Ashwini Iyer Tiwari” she added More from the world of Entertainment: Bareilly Ki Barfi which is slated to release on July 21 next year is a romantic comedy rooted in the subculture of the north Indian city Bareilly The film also stars Ayushmann Khurrana and Rajkummar Rao The film will feature Ayushmann as the owner of a printing press Rajkummar will be seen as an author and Kriti as a straightforward and liberated girl For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: March 29 2017 3:54 am Top News Two motorbike-borne miscreants posing as policemen looted Rs 52000 from a trader in Lakkar Bazar in Ludhiana Tuesday The victim identified as Mohinder Pal(35) is a trader from Himachal Pradesh’s Solan district Pal who owns a cosmetic product shop came to Ludhiana to purchase cosmetics He was walking towards Barsaati Bazar a wholesale readymade garments market when two suspects introducing themselves as CID cops stopped him for frisking “The suspects claimed that they have a secret information that I was smuggling drugs They snatched the bag containing Rs 70000 cash from my hands and allowed me to go after frisking When I checked the bag Rs 52000 was missing from there” he added ASI Jaswinder Singh who is investigating the case said an FIR has been filed against unidentified men at division number one police station For all the latest City Others News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: May 19 2017 4:06 pm Iulia Vantur croons Jag Ghoomeya and wewant Salman Khan to listen to it Related News Iulia Vantur is a singer and the Romanian beauty is pretty good at what she does More than being loved as Salman Khan’s alleged girlfriend Iulia wants to make a place for herself in the hearts of Indians with her voice And it is time to recognise her for her talent This we say after hearing her croon Jag Ghoomeya from Salman Khan-starrer Sultan Iulia recently posted a series of videos on her Instagram where she is seen singing the hit number from Salman’s film From what the video suggests it looks like Iulia sang it on a Romanian TV show In the background we also see her in the cover version of the song at picturesque locales Iulia also shared a clip of the video on her social media account Originally the song is sung by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and the female version of the song is crooned by Neha Bhasin Watch Iulia Vantur’s version of Jag Ghoomeya Sharing the video Iulia wrote “This is one of the first hindi songs that I’ve learned #jagghoomeya #song #We had a lot of fun shooting the video http://s.bitly/2rkTzgy Thank u #haiderkhan #atulagnihotri #binnypadda #team #impromptu #jagghoomeya #hindi #song #newvideo #music #love #nature #shukryia # I hope u’ll like it #enjoykaro #” Iulia has earlier recreated the song in her voice and it was her soothing voice in the song which made Himesh Reshammiya sign her for a song in his album Himesh who heard her singing a completely new version of ‘Jag ghoomeya’ earlier said in an interview “I loved the way she had sung it and felt she was absolutely right for my song” Iulia has also done a cover version of Salman’s Mai Hoon Hero Tera She earlier shared a clip of the song on her Instagram around Valentine’s Day and captioned it “Happy Valentine’s Day My gift for u Sing it to your Valentine share it to whom deserves to know #happy #valentines #mainhoonherotera #song #hero #love #share #athyiashetty #soorajpancholi #” After listening to Iulia’s version of Salman’s songs we can say the time is not far when we will hear this Romanian beauty lending her voice to Bollywood’s leading ladies For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News Kriti.

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