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popcorn, “There were just five singers and five composers at one point of time. The police are now probing how many police personnel had been duped by the accused so far. they can be rested and kept fresh for the IPL to follow. Abdul Kalam has saddened the entire country and producer Ritesh Sidhwani has fond memories of meeting him while receiving the National Award for his popular film “Dil Chahta Hai”. Greater Kailash has the lowest number of candidates (8) with representation from the Congress, “(Sevilla) played a great match and deserved more tonight, ?? ??http://s.tco/fgN5SMl4AM — Ajay Devgn (@ajaydevgn) October 17 2016 Erika Kaar Abigail Eames Vir Das Girish Karnad Saurabh Shukla will also feature in Shivaay alongside Ajay Devgn For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: February 15 2016 12:20 am Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi upon his arrival at in New Delhi on Wednesday (Source: Express Photo By Amit Mehra) Related News The United Arab Emirates (UAE) have turned into India’s gateway to West Asia focusing New Delhi’s attention on an important region long neglected by Indian foreign policy which now appears to be acquiring the geoeconomic and strategic priority it deserves Abu Dhabi’s Crown Prince Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan’s visit last week built on the achievements of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s trip to the UAE last August — the first by an Indian PM in over three decades which had demonstrated India’s break from the past and recognition of the changed dynamics of the Middle East The region’s altered security and politico-economic reality not least because of threats like the Islamic State (IS) or the falling price of oil necessitates new partnerships Although bilateral trade fell from its $73 billion peak in 2013 to $59bn in 2014-15 the UAE — which accounts for about 9 per cent of India’s crude imports — remains India’s third-largest trading partner and second-largest export destination and has pledged to invest $75bn in India Its $800bn sovereign wealth fund is a large resource pool from which investments can be made in infrastructure development in India — progress on these lines can be seen in Abu Dhabi’s interest in Indian highway projects The joint production of defence equipment under the Make in India programme is another important area of focus Mohamed bin Zayed’s visit also saw agreements among other things on cyberspace and cybercrime cooperation space research as well as collaboration on renewable energy The MoU on currency swap between the RBI and Central Bank of UAE should ease bilateral financial transactions A significant aspect of bilateral ties today is the closer convergence on security and counter-terrorism Notwithstanding a security agreement in place since 2011 progress on counter-terror and maritime security had been slow But with the rise of the IS the UAE took a strong stand against terror — and has till date deported about a dozen Indian citizens suspected of IS links While enhanced security cooperation also ties in partly with the affairs of India’s 26 million large diaspora in the UAE their problems had traditionally not received attention in Delhi India’s six million workers in the Gulf contribute $50bn in annual remittances but their work and living conditions need urgent redress The PM had directly reached out to this community on his trip Now closer all-round bilateral cooperation should help address their concerns For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: March 8 2017 1:41 pm Lipstick Under My Burkha delves into the lives of four women aged between 18 and 55 who assert their personal and sexual rights Top News There’s rallying for women empowerment on the one hand — and a curb on freedom of expression on the other The paradox is perplexing to writer-filmmaker Alankrita Shrivastava whose “honest” telling of a story of women’s secret desires and hidden fantasies has been deemed too “lady oriented” and unfit for release by India’s censor board “It is quite a paradox Considering the situation of women in India with dowry violence against women female foeticide sexual harassment on the streets it is crucial for women’s voices and stories their experiences and perspectives to be given space in popular culture” said the maker of Lipstick Under My Burkha the film that invited the censor board’s ire Watch |Pahlaj Nihalani Evades Question On ‘Lipstick Under My Burkha’ Certificate Row “A situation where the female point of view is throttled really means that we are saying it is best if women shut up Women cannot forever be represented through prisms created by the dominant narrative of the male gaze” Shrivastava told IANS in an email interview She questioned how long women would just be “vamps goddesses and item-girls” “Why can’t there be space for all kinds of representations of women in popular culture We have a right to create and engage with stories told from the alternative female point of view We have a right to represent ourselves through all forms of culture No democracy that promises equal rights to men and women can throttle that right “And maybe the time has come for us to make our equal freedom real The cultural space in India has to make room for lady-oriented works — be it films paintings books songs No one has the power to legitimately silence half the population of the country because our stories make a few people uncomfortable” said the filmmaker who has just won an Audience Award at the Glasgow Film Festival 2017 for her movie Also read |Fed up with censor board banning films: Konkona Sen Sharma Lipstick Under My Burkha — as the title suggests — is about the veil under which women constantly live Its narrative delves into the lives of four women aged between 18 and 55 who assert their personal and sexual rights Interestingly it won a gender equality award at the Mumbai Film Festival last year An angry Shrivastava said: “If women having agency over their own bodies and desires and (their) dreams make people uncomfortable too bad We are living breathing real people… Not just created to fit into the stereotypes created by the male-dominant paradigm of popular culture” The film’s trailer may look a tad risque to an audience not used to cinema that tells things as they are Director Alankrita Shrivastava’s Lipstick Under My Burkha has been deemed too “lady oriented” and unfit for release by India’s censor board The Central Board of Film Certification refused a certificate to the movie saying that it explores women’s “fantasy about life” and that “there are continuous sexual scenes abusive words audio pornography and a bit sensitive touch about one particular section of society” Shrivastava finds censorship stifling “In cinema and on television we continue to self-censor even before the film actually goes up for certification If you have sat around writers and directors you will know that common refrain ‘Arre the censors won’t pass it Forget about that idea This is India’” “So often even before we can think of a story we kill it” She finds it scary that censorship works to create a culture that keeps pushing the dominant male-gaze popular culture narrative “Because that means there is a systematic perpetuation of patriarchy through culture and a simultaneous systematic silencing of alternative voices So an entire society is being forced to engage with only one kind of narrative That is a serious assault on women’s right to express themselves It is like saying we don’t have a right to tell our stories” And this particularly for stories told from a female perspective “Those (stories) that involve women striving for agency over their own desires bodies dreams are then seen as not important… But I think it is this pulse — of women having agency over their lives women owning their bodies for themselves — that the ‘moral guardians’ find problematic “Because the woman is seeking empowerment from the very core of her life And that threatens the status quo of patriarchy We need an end to censorship in cinema This is 2017” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Debabrata Mohanty | Published: December 2 2013 2:03 am Related News Of the 20 urban local bodies in the regionthe BJD won 15 while the Congress and BJP had to be content with one each If any confirmation was needed of the BJDs organisational strength and electoral planningrecent victory in the urban local body polls of western Orissa provided as much Of the 20 urban local bodies in the regionthe BJD won 15 while the Congress and BJP had to be content with one each The BJD is expected to sew up a majority in at least two more bodies This victory came close on the heels of the BJDs emphatic win two months ago in 49 of 66 urban local bodies Earlierin the panchayat polls held in February last yearthe party had won zilla parishad chief posts in 26 of 30 districts After 13 years in powerthe ruling BJDone would assumewould be showing effects of anti-incumbency Howeveras the latest results underlinedChief Minister Naveen Patnaik continues to buck the trend On the contrarythis will raise his stature even further as western Orissa has been long considered the BJDs weak spotmore inclined to go with the Congress and BJP Howeverthe BJD won in even districts like Kalahandi and Sambalpur where the Congress has its MPs Howeverit would be wrong to attribute the BJDs win solely to the popularity of Naveenthough he undoubtedly remains way ahead of other leaders in the state The fact is that the CM prepared well for the urban local body pollsincluding charting out a detailed campaign plan marshalling his resources In comparisonthe opposition Congress is a badly divided housewith new PCC chief Jaydev Jena seeming like little more than a sectarian leader The BJP is also equally rudderless as the partys new state chief commands hardly any respect outside his home turf of Bolangir Stillit is early days yet to presume that Naveen will translate his current success into an Assembly election victory At least half of the BJDs sitting MLAs may need to be replacedand the CM wont be able to concentrate party machinery in trouble spots like he could do in the case of urban bodies Another thing probably weighing on Naveens mind is the Shah Commission report on Orissa mining The Congress could potentially hurt the BJD government with a tactful release of the report near the polls Debabrata is a special correspondent based in Bhubaneswar [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: May 21 2017 10:20 am Several pictures and videos having Aishwarya Rai and daughter Aaradhya are doing the rounds on social media Related News Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has again delivered some breathtaking moments at Cannes this year Aishwarya’s best moments at Cannes are not just confined to a red carpet The actor’s daughter Aaradhya Bachchan also accompanied Aishwarya at Cannes this year and their glimpses from the festival is just adorable We think Aishwarya’s best moments from Cannes 2017 are with her daughter Aaradhya Several pictures and videos having Aishwarya and Aaradhya are doing the rounds on social media In one video one can see Aaradhya accompanying her mother Aishwarya in the limousine and say bye to her mum In another video Aishwarya is seen giving a flying kiss to Aaradhya after she spots her at the balcony Here are Aishwarya’s best moments with daughter Aaradhya at Cannes: Precious moment from when #AishwaryaRaiBachchan spotted little Aaradhya at the balcony ?a contractor,the deceased.

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