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is all praises for the actor. a day after the parliamentary and provincial elections in Kathmandu, and Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray, you need to click on ‘Voter List 2017’ tab, however,Vikhroli and Mulund will be affected, said an official from the civic hydraulic department Meanwhilereports said shortage of drinking water in the tribal areas of Thane has claimed the life of one Parvati Ramu Jadhav37 Vasai MLA Vivek Pandit said Jadhav had gone to fill water from a tanker when she reportedly succumbed to exhaustion (with inputs from PTI) For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tora Agarwala | Published: June 19 2012 1:24 am Related News There’s going to be an unusual traffic hold-up in London this Saturday – as a herd of bleating goats is led across London Bridge by Cherie Blairwife of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair The ‘charity walk’ of these potential traffic-stoppers has been organised by the Loomba Foundationof which Mrs Blair is the Presidentto mark International Widows Day on June 23 The Loomba Foundation is a global charity founded by India-born philantrophist Raj Loombawith an aim to support widows and their children The goat is a symbol of wealth and prosperity and is often a lifeline (providing meat and milk) for many widows in South Asiaparticularly in India and Africawhere the foundation does rigorous uplifment work The former First Lady will be ‘goat herding’ on behalf of Raj Loombawho as a Freeman of the City of Londonhas the privilege of herding livestock across four bridges in London – Tower BridgeLondon BridgeBlackfriars Bridge and Southwark Bridge “The foundation recently handed out sewing machines to 73 poor widows in India in a bid to empower them with a new livelihood” says Pratap SinghCountry Head-IndiaLoomba Foundation On the occasionMrs Blair will be accompanied by a few ‘assistant herders’ – prominent people from London’s political circles – including Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and his wife Miriam González Durántezas well as artist Yoko Ono “Until a couple of days agoDelhi Chief MinisterSheila Dikshitwas a confirmed participant but she had to drop out due to another official obligation” says Singh For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsEverton are "close" to signing attacking midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson from Swansea City as they look to add three new players to the squad manager Ronald Koeman has said File image of Gylfi Sigurdsson AFP According to British media Everton’s initial bid of 40 million pounds ($5221 million) for Sigurdsson was rejected by Swansea who value the Iceland international at 50 million pounds "We are close (on Sigurdsson) we have to wait. the deal is not done" Koeman told Sky Sports after Everton’s 2-2 with Sevilla on Sunday "Everybody knows we are looking for three more players – a left centre-back a left full-back a player who can play out of both positions a winger and a striker and that’s the picture what the best is for our team and we will see what we can do" Winger Aaron Lennon was not included in the Everton’s squad in their last pre-season friendly against the Spanish side He has been linked with a move to Watford but Koeman said the club have received no offers for the 30-year-old "The reason that he wasn’t in the squad is that he was not fit to play today I don’t know about any interest for Aaron I don’t know" the Dutchman added Everton have been one of the active Premier League clubs in the close season transfer window having added Michael Keane Davy Klaassen Jordan Pickford Sandro Ramirez Wayne Rooney and Cuco Martina to their squad Koeman’s side host Stoke City at Goodison Park in their opening game of the league season on Saturday By: PTI | New Delhi | Published: October 6 2015 12:36 pm “Every superstar has some insecurity If a movie of a director becomes hit then the star wants to work with him He thinks the director gave a hit with others so I’ll work with him too” said Irrfan Khan Related News In a career spanning roughly 27 years Irrfan Khan has attained stardom by being a part of Bollywood and Hollywood movies but he feels a certain insecurity persists in an actor’s life Irrfan whose filmography boasts of films like “Maqbool” “Life in a… Metro” “The Namesake” “The Lunchbox” “Jurassic World” and “Life of Pi” however is of the view a star should overcome the self-doubts and concentrate on his or her performances “Every superstar has some insecurity If a movie of a director becomes hit then the star wants to work with him He thinks the director gave a hit with others so I’ll work with him too “That is why a superstar is in search of choosing new subjects Insecurity is everywhere But if you carry the burden of insecurity always and if it is affecting your performance then that’s a big problem” Irrfan said in an interview The 48-year-old actor’s upcoming project Sanjay Gupta’s action drama “Jazbaa” will see him sharing screen space with Bollywood diva Aishwarya Rai Bachchan The “Piku” actor said despite her stardom Aishwarya is a grounded person “She has a very larger-than-life image but she is very simple She takes care of people around her and is unlike the big superstar image she has She is very grounded” The movie marks Aishwarya’s return to big screen after a gap of five years but Irrfan never felt she was away from movies “Comeback from where For me she was always here She didn’t go anywhere An actor should be allowed a gap Her audience is still with her People are her fan her admirers and they’ll definitely go to watch her” he said The actor agreed to do “Jazbaa” because he felt it was different from previous projects of Gupta who is known for films like “Shootout at Wadala” “Kaante” and “Zinda” “Sanjay Gupta usually makes movies where there is a lot of action and the film is male-dominated Here (‘Jazbaa’) a balance exists It’s about a woman a child and emphasis is on the story rather than action” Irrfan said The actor will be seen mouthing catchy one-liners in the role of a suspended cop Yohaan Irrfan said there were no reference point to play the slightly larger-than-life character “It’s always me the director and the story Today people come to see me because they know my personality my style “If I start getting inspired from others then I won’t be able to entertain This character has my approach- how I would play a larger than life character” he said Share This Article Related Article Irrfan was recently seen in Meghna Gulzar’s murder mystery “Talvar” as a CDI officer “Jazbaa” which opens this Friday is a departure from his latest real-life inspired drama “I worked at different times for ‘Talvar’ and ‘Jazbaa’ but they are coming out almost together ‘Talvar’ was purely based on facts there was no fiction except for my track with Tabu Nothing was imagined it was a mixture of all facts “‘Jazbaa’ is pure fiction Here my approach to acting is not to present a reality but to engage the audience and give them a good film which is not based on any facts” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 13 2016 4:55 am SSP Chawrasia stumbled again at the 10th and 11th holes to go one over before managing a birdie at the 17th to finish even-par (Source: AP) Top News An erratic SSP Chawrasia brought home a second successive even-par 71 to lie tied 30th while Anirban Lahiri carded a disappointing two-over 73 to be placed tied 51st after the second round of the golf event at the Rio Olympics Rio de Janiero on Saturday Chawrasia dropped three bogeys a double bogey against five birdies on the second day to aggregate 142 while Lahiri totalled 147 at the half-way stage after dropping five bogeys and three birdies on Saturday At the top Australia’s Marcus Fraser brought home a sedate two-under 69 to continue to be the leader at the half-way stage with a total of 10-under 132 One stroke adrift was Belgium’s Thomas Pieters (66) followed by Swede Henrik Stenson (68) with a total of 133 and 134 respectively Birdies and bogeys flew in equal measure from Chawrasia’s club as he dropped a bogey and a double bogey in the second and third holes respectively before firing a couple of birdies in the fourth and fifth to make amends The Kolkata golfer then produced a birdie-birdie finish to make the turn at one-under On resumption Chawrasia stumbled again at the 10th and 11th holes to go one over before managing a birdie at the 17th to finish even-par Lahiri on the other hand had a forgettable second round as his day went from bad to worse The Asian tour No 1 dropped four birdies and a long birdie in the front nine to make the turn at three-over He again dropped a bogey at the 14th hole before a couple of birdies on the 16th and 18th holes helped him to end the day on a positive note Chawrasia and Lahiri had started with even par 71 and three-over 74 respectively to be placed 27th and 50th at the end of the first round on Friday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Aranya Shankar | New Delhi | Updated: September 12 2015 3:44 am Delhi University students wait in line to cast their votes (Express Photo by Amit Mehra) Related News Enthusiastic union activists cheered on students queued up to vote and pamphlets littered the campus as Delhi University went to polls Friday to choose the top members of its student union While the campaign officially came to an end two days ago the unions made their presence felt in many ways conventional and otherwise Posters and stickers of various unions took over building walls students roamed around wearing T-shirts emblazoned with candidates’ names and as some cars whizzed past their occupants flung pamphlets at potential voters The poll code violations continued unabated despite the presence of police personnel outside the college gates The results of the Delhi University Students’ Union (DUSU) polls which took place after weeks of aggressive campaigning will be announced on Saturday The voter turnout from morning colleges remained the same as last year — 42 per cent While DU’s0 morning colleges voted between 830 am and 1230 pm the evening colleges voted between 3 pm and 7 pm The chief election commissioner for DUSU polls D S Rawat claimed that the voting process had been smooth and incident-free “Elections were held in 50 colleges with roughly 700 electronic voting machines (EVM) There were no glitches in any of the EVMs and no report of even minor violence was reported to us It was a smooth election” he said The National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) and Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) — which have traditionally witnessed a direct fight in DUSU elections — mobilised huge crowds in colleges across DU’s North and South Campus Near the exits of the Vishwavidyalaya metro station members of the two unions approached students and handed them slips with their ballot numbers written on it Among the many pamphlets of the NSUI and ABVP some posters of the debutant Chhatra Yuva Sangharsh Sangathan (CYSS) the AAP’s student wing were also visible AAP leaders were also seen making rounds of off-campus colleges “I saw AAP spokesperson Ashutosh and local MLA Vishesh Ravi at the Ayurvedic and Unani Tibbia College at Karol Bagh They were there with many AAP supporters and activists campaigning openly But there were many more NSUI campaigners there” said a student CYSS Vice-president Anmol Panwar however claimed that the union had not been upstaged by the NSUI and the ABVP “Yes our slips were not as visible because we didn’t distribute many Instead we chose to visit the colleges and campaigned by word of mouth We were as strong as the other organisations” he said Despite the effort put in by the unions to win over the students some of them chose not to vote because they were not aware of whether their college was affiliated with DUSU “I am from Miranda House I didn’t vote because I thought my college wasn’t affiliated with the DUSU Had I known that it was affiliated I would surely have voted” said Kesha For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: October 13 2016 8:44 pm With a raspy almost nasal voice Bob Dylan burst into public consciousness in the early 1960s Top News An unconventional singer – with a raspy almost nasal voice instead of honeyed tones – burst into public consciousness in the early 1960s with a brace of self-written hard-hitting songs expressing the growing social unrest and questioning tradition and injustice “How many years can some people exist/Before they’re allowed to be free” he asked and told the establishment that ‘The Times They Are a-Changin’ Over half a century later the Swedish Academy acknowledged Bob Dylan’s message by making him the first songwriter to be conferred the Nobel Prize for Literature The Nobel “for having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition” caps a long illustrious career for Dylan who turned 75 this May and is already the recipient of 11 Grammies (including for Lifetime Achievement) a Golden Globe an Oscar a place in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame a special Pulitzer Prize citation for “his profound impact on popular music and American culture marked by lyrical compositions of extraordinary poetic power” and the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Barack Obama in 2012 Dylan seemed to embody for popular music Karl Marx’s dictum that philosophers have only interpreted the world in various ways but the point however is to change it Be it the iconic “Blowing in the Wind” (excerpted above) “Masters of War” (“You that build all the guns/You that build the death planes/You that build the big bombs/You that hide behind walls/You that hide behind desks. cleared the air on the whole controversy. Rajkot and Bhavnagar — the number of voters increased in the range of 1, Kohli: “They’re just not the right style,CCTV cameras will be installed and a watch tower erected to monitor the crowds.
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