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They have beaten the Western capitalists at their game. who were replaced,Mandal murdered Afreen the day he kidnapped her.The government believes such movies are of great interest to people and help in promoting sports. The film has been co-produced by the National Film Development Corporation (NFDC) State government officials said the exemptiongranted under Section 6 (3) of the Maharashtra Entertainment Duty Act1923would be valid for the next six months Director Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra and Akhtar last week met revenue minister Balasaheb Thorat seeking tax concession for the film For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: March 7 2017 6:36 pm Rekha and Sanjay Dutt worked in Zameen Aasman (1984) and soon speculation began that they married secretly Here’s the truth Top News Over her career span Rekha has been subjected to various rumours out of which her alleged affairs with co-stars filmmakers and others have always managed to throw limelight on her Recently it was reported by many that Sanjay Dutt is the reason why Rekha applies vermilion as they both are married It was also quoted that this secret has been revealed in the biography of Rekha which was written by Yasser Usman However the author denies of any such statements in his book Rekha: The Untold Story He told Hinustan Times “This is wrong Nothing of this sort has been mentioned in my book People don’t read properly” The writer went on to narrate the incident quoted in the book which dealt with the rumours of Sanjay and Rekha’s affair and wedding Watch More Entertainment Videos Here He mentions “Rekha and Sanjay Dutt were working in a film together probably Zameen Aasmaan (1984) The rumors of their affair surfaced at that time In fact some went on to say that they got married These rumors became so strong that Sanjay Dutt had to deny the allegations in a magazine It was an official denial” Yasser cleared mentioned that the two were not married and the rumour grew strong only because of Sanjay’s statement Also read |Sanjay Dutt: I am happy I am not tagged a traitoranymore Rekha has been romantically linked to Amitabh Bachchan over the years The two who have done many films together are still talk of the town whenever they cross paths in public In fact as Yasser wrote in his book the first time Rekha showed up with sindoor in her hair was during Rishi and Neetu Kapoor’s wedding Here is an excerpt from the book as detailed in media… “22 January 1980 The occasion was Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Singh’s wedding Neetu was a close friend of Rekha’s The whole of R K Studio was grandly bedecked The biggest names of the industry were in attendance including Amitabh Bachchan his wife Jaya and his parents The party was in full flow Amitabh was talking to Manmohan Desai in a corner and Jaya was sitting with her mother-in-law Teji Bachchan when Rekha made a sensational entry Dressed in a magnificent white sari Rekha had a bright red bindi on her forehead But what caught everyone’s eye was the generous dabbing of sindoor in her hair The cameras instantly pivoted away from Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Singh and frenetically photographed Rekha’s curious new look The dull drone of everyone murmuring and whispering filled the evening air; everyone wanted to know: had Rekha married According to the Cine Blitz report after congratulating Rishi and Neetu Rekha went and stood bang in the middle of R K Studio’s garden When had she ever shied away from attention or controversy But her eyes kept darting towards Amitabh every other second Gathering courage Rekha took hold of her close friend Snehlata Pandey the doctor who is credited with introducing Rekha to aerobics and better diets and went over to where Amitabh was standing All eyes quite naturally followed her They were seen chatting formally for a few minutes According to a report in Stardust “Jaya tried to keep a stoic front for a long time but eventually she had to bend her head and let the tears roll down” A few moments later Rekha exited the party leaving behind a trail of unanswered questions In a somewhat anticlimactic interview Rekha later cleared the air: that evening she had come to the reception straight from a shoot The sindoor and mangalsutra she was wearing were part of her get-up for a film which she had forgotten to remove” Well rumours related to relationships or affairs are nothing new in the industry Even the present generation of actors go through the same situation for years Will it ever change Only future has the answer to it Meanwhile we are extremely excited about Sanjay’s comeback film Bhoomi and his biopic Dutt starring Ranbir Kapoor For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: AFP | Kabul | Updated: September 20 2017 1:10 pm Thousands of fans have been travelling acrossthe war-torn country to watch the domestic T20 competition (Source: AP) Top News Afghan soldier Ehsanullah waves anational flag as he dances half-naked in the stands of Kabul’smain cricket ground — one of thousands of fans defying risinginsecurity for the rare opportunity to see their favouritegame live The 23-year-old took time off from fighting Talibaninsurgents in volatile Kandahar province to attend theShpageeza Cricket League in the Afghan capital just days after a suicide bomber blew himself up outside the stadium “I want to show my love and support the sport” saidEhsanullah wearing only the baggy trousers of his traditional shalwar kameez to show off his chest painted in the nationalcolours of green red and black and his back scrawled with thename of Afghanistan’s teenage leg-spinner Rashid Khan Thousands of cricket-mad fans have been travelling acrossthe war-torn country to watch the domestic T20 competitionthat ends Friday Photos posted on Twitter purportedly show a long convoyof mini buses packed with flag-waving supporters some sittingon the rooftops driving from neighbouring Logar province tocatch the final days of play The fifth edition of the six-team tournament hasattracted big-name Afghan and foreign players coaches andcommentators bringing much-needed cheer to a country worn down by grinding conflict The deadly violence almost reached the cricket ground onthe third day of the tournament when a suicide bomber blew himself up at a police checkpoint near the stadium wherehundreds of spectators were watching a game inside Three people were killed including a policeman and fiveothers were wounded in the blast that briefly interrupted playand rattled foreigners unaccustomed to explosions While some of the foreign contingents left Afghanistan inthe wake of the attack most chose to stay after receivingassurances from President Ashraf Ghani that their securitywould be beefed up “I don’t feel that I am in any danger… I stand insolidarity not only with the Afghan cricketers but with the people of Afghanistan” former Zimbabwe captain and commentator Alistair Campbell told AFP Former England one-day captain Adam Hollioake one of team coaches tweeted: “I refuse to be terrorised I stay til the job is done” ‘Say no to terrorism’ After the blast fans returned to the stadium formingqueues hundreds of metres long as they waited patiently to getinside as heavily armed security forces patrolled the grounds Spectators are happy to be able to watch a game banned inthe late 1990s by the then ruling Islamist Taliban who viewed sports as a distraction from religious duties but is nowmaking a stunning revival The country was catapulted into the elite club of Testnations in June and made its landmark Lord’s debut the following month “We are scared but we have to say no to terrorism” said22-year-old Shamsul Haq who travelled from the southeastern province of Paktika to sell Afghan national flags to spectators and watch the cricket Matches are punctuated by the blare of team songs — broadcast in Afghanistan’s two official languages of Dari and Pashto — whenever a big-swinging batsman hits a four or asix delighting the mostly male crowd Fans unable to go to the stadium follow the competitionon televisions in homes shops and restaurants around the country “I have come to the stadium only on the days when Rashid Khan’s team is playing and I watch the other matches on television” said Azizullah Shabab 17 who skipped school to watch the tournament For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: March 9 2017 5:33 am Picture for representational purposes Top News Ahmedabad University vice-chancellor Pankaj Chandra Wednesday said the role of a university or academics was “much larger than what happens in a classroom” Speaking at the discussion of the book Navigating the Labyrinth: Perspectives on India’s Higher Education published by Orient Blackswan at the India Habitat Centre he said “Universities are socio-cultural organisations They are not bureaucratic structures or commercial organisations and managing them is all about managing people… When education started to expand in the 1960s and 1970s we expanded so rapidly that with a larger number of people you had to standardise everything from the learning processes to the certification processes…” Watch What Else Is Making News The book edited by President of Centre for Policy Research Pratap Bhanu Mehta and Professor at University of Pennsylvania Devesh Kapur is a collection of nine articles written on higher education by various academics and intellectuals ENS For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsUpdated: January 15 2014 12:29 am With modern retailing on the other hand the shareholders could be located anywhere and the stores would hire workers in Delhi PTI Related News On FDI in retail its government shows a lack of understanding of what benefits aam aadmi the most The AAP government in Delhi has decided to block the entry of foreign multibrand retailing on the grounds that this would induce job loss The argument underlying this decision is flawed First modern multibrand retailing actually generates more jobs for the working class than conventional Indian mom-and-pop retailing under which family members of the owner work in the shop With modern retailing on the other hand the shareholders could be located anywhere and the stores would hire workers in Delhi Then typically modern stores work two or three shifts a day and thus generate much more employment per store when compared with family-run shops Further employment in modern retailing is generally more meritocratic in nature: the persons employed in the store do not have to be relatives of its owners Second the AAP’s decision does not kill modern retailing in Delhi it only restricts it to Indian companies It is not clear why the shareholders of Indian retail firms should be favoured over those of global retailing firms particularly when the latter possess a superior technology that is good for consumers and workers The AAP may also have failed to gauge the real impact of modern multibrand retailing on voters A more sophisticated understanding of politics would focus on voters at large and not obsess about the interests of either owners or workers The real impact of organised retailing is on consumers And here the international evidence shows for instance that the poor are the biggest gainers from Walmart Walmart’s remarkable global optimisation of production inventory and transportation yields low prices for mass produced products that matter the most to the poor Indeed the elites in the US look down upon shopping at Walmart If the AAP government truly aims to cater to the interests of the aam aadmi of Delhi it would lay out the red carpet for Walmart and its ilk The AAP’s decision on multibrand retailing may be seen as yet another illustration of the gap between the politics of protest that has brought the party into prominence and the complex business of running a government which calls for the capacity to balance the specific interests with the general the short term concerns with those that are likely to endure in the longer run The decision may also have an unfortunate cascading effect Gujarat chief minister and the BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi has already said that he opposes FDI in multibrand retail It would be unfortunate if other parties also take their cue from these populist stances For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News but the only goal they managed came at the wrong end as Jason Denayer put the ball into his own net. Make no mistake about it: seriously taking on the state is still an act of bravery in India. Zaidi had also said that there will be a strict mechanism to monitor expenditure and curb black money.

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similar to my career. Its important that we hold back the textile spinning industry as it is one of the major sources of employment, a senior officer said Gujarat is one of the largest producers of raw cotton in the country – contributing up to 40 per cent of the total cotton pool – but is short on cotton-based industries With its cotton growers focussing on exportsGujarats cotton mills account for only 7 per cent of the total number of spinning mills in the country In order to attract spinning and weaving industries to be set up near cotton growing beltsGujarat had on September 5offered an interest subsidy of 5 per cent for a period of five years for new plants and machinery for ginning and processinginterest subsidy of 7 per cent on new plant and machinery for cotton and 150 acres of land and assistance up to Rs 30 crore for cotton spinning industries Other than thisthe new policy also offers VAT exemption ranging from 80 to 100 per cent for a period of 10 years and exemptions in power tariff and stamp duty on purchase of land and machinery For apparel parksGujarat will offer Rs 10 crore as assistance or 50 per cent of the cost of infrastructurewhichever is lower Gujarat has set aside Rs 70 crore for direct assistance to the textile industry Gujarat intends to attract an investment of Rs 20000 crore and generate employment for 25 lakh people In April this yearMaharashtrawhich accounts for 15 per cent of the countrys spinning millsalso announced its textile policy aimed at attracting investment of Rs 40000 crore and give jobs to 11 lakh people It offered 10 per cent capital subsidy for new textile projects and 125 per cent interest subsidy on long term loans linked to centrally-sponsored Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme for new projects The Punjab committees focus is to first suggest means by which the already existing units in the stated can be retained here The governmentadd sources is getting in touch with each spinning mill owner of the state for a joint meeting For all the latest DO NOT USE Punjab And Haryana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: May 4 2014 2:53 am Related News Marking a clear shift from the stand of former Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit not to give the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) work outside the national capital Lt-Governor Najeeb Jung on Saturday asked DMRC to “look beyond” and “conceptualise” itself as a global entity Jung also promised “to partner DMRC overseas” “Even in the face of severe traffic and congestion problems as no other country faces the DMRC has managed to showcase unique intellectual and financial integrity Sky is the limit now Conceptualise yourself as a global entity Give consultation to other cities and countries build their Metro rails for them” Jung said at the 20th Foundation Day of DMRC being celebrated here But the L-G urged the corporation to look into the reasons for low female-male employee ratio “Most of the DMRC employees awarded this evening were young people But I saw far fewer women on the stage as compared to men The female-male ratio is not good and we must encourage more women to come up” Jung said Listing out the achievements of the DMRC in the past year DMRC MD Mangu Singh said 80 crore passengers travelled in the Metro in 2013 a 137 per cent increase over the previous year For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Faisal Fareed | Lucknow | Published: July 28 2013 3:40 am Related News The Akhilesh Yadav government has given the green signal to construct a biotechnology park in Dimple Yadavs parliamentary constituency Kannauj The park will be constructed on an area of three hectares by the state Science and Technology Department Minister of State for Science and Technology Abhishek Mishra confirmed the same It has been finalisedbut for other details I need to refer to the details of the project? and aeons before hobbits became the slayers of dragons.


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