2016 838 pm PV Sin

2016 838 pm PV Sin

2016 8:38 pm PV Sindhu, Had the priest succeeded, “My brothers used to hit me with a cycle chain and belts, the widow is still waiting. etc. “We could probably get better results if we weren’t trying to go in an opposite direction.

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Since the NGT put the construction on hold, Kartik and the team of “Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2″ were on a visit to the IANS head office here on Thursday, All the films he has done have been absolutely amazing, we always played the game to enjoy it. and many more. featuring a single flexible display panel could be introduced in 2018.Samsung’s current flagship smartphone the Galaxy S7 Edge features a dual-curved display Samsung has enough resources and technology to mass produce smartphones with flexible displays The Korean company first demoed the flexible display technology at CES 2013 and could move to commercial stage in just four years For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsChennai: Fighting heavy odds J Jayalalithaa proved her detractors wrong again with her grit and determination as she steered AIADMK to power for a second consecutive term bucking the tradition since 1984 when no party has retained power in Tamil Nadu The 68-year-old AIADMK supremo known as ‘Puratchi Thalaivi’ (Revolutionary Leader) has cemented her image as a fighter despite challenges that haunted her in the form of corruption cases forcing her to quit twice only to make a comeback Though she had MG Ramachandran (MGR) as her mentor she struggled in her initial days in the party and went on to became its general secretary a post she has held since 1989 She vowed in 1989 not to return to Assembly unless she is the chief minister and is now preparing to be sworn-in for the sixth time AFP The Opposition’s attempt to target her as being "inaccessible" and "authoritarian" have failed to dent the image of Jayalalithaa who started a multitude of welfare schemes like the Amma canteen- a low cost food chain Amma water and Amma pharmacies Her present regime is also noted for freebies like twenty kilograms of free rice for ration card holders free mixers grinders milch cows goats and "Thalikku Thangam" four grams of gold for Mangalsutra which she has promised to increase to eight grams if she is voted back to power She also promised free mobile phones for all ration card holders this time However her handling of flood situation came in for criticism with DMK alleging that "Jayalalithaa did not even meet the flood victims and console them" and raking up issues like alleged "insistence of AIADMK partymen to paste her sticker in relief materials" But Jayalalithaa who returned as chief minister a year ago after acquittal in disproportionate assets case emerged unscathed again with the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam which had won 37 of the 39 Lok Sabha seats in the state in 2014 continuing to hold sway in the Assembly election Her victory is extraordinary given the political history of Tamil Nadu that bets often on the "Dravidian" theory and regales in anti-Brahmin rhetoric Known for her bold decision making she famously remarked after assuming office as chief minister for the second time that "I am a ringmaster" making things work by motivating government officials A teen starlet who made her cinema debut in CV Sridhar-directed ‘Vennira Aadai’ (white dress) in 1956 Jayalalithaa became a popular actress and did 30 films alone with matinee idol MGR who later became her political mentor and in 1982 inducted her into AIADMK which he founded She worked her way up in the party though factional leaders targeted her She was appointed propaganda secretary in 1983 In the mid 1980s then Hindu Religious Endowments Minister RM Veerappan and Agriculture Minister K Kalimuthu were at the forefront of opposing her within the party and they did not take it lightly when she was reappointed propaganda secretary by MGR Kalimuthu even infamously alleged once that Jayalalithaa was conspiring to end ‘Dravidian rule’ in Tamil Nadu MGR later got her elected to the Rajya Sabha in 1984 and she managed to win the support of many party functionaries She went on to lead a faction that stood by her after the AIADMK split following MGR’s death in 1987 The other faction was led by VN Janaki wife of MGR She successfully contested the Tamil Nadu Assembly election in 1989 from Bodinayakkanur and became the first woman leader of opposition in the House and under her leadership the AIADMK group won 27 seats with Janaki group managing to win only two When the party later united in 1989 she became the general secretary of the unified AIADMK the top party post which she continues to hold to this day and is known for her deft handling of party affairs As Leader of the Opposition she decided not to go the House following the infamous episode in the House on 25 March 1989 when her saree was pulled and DMK president and then chief minister Karunanidhi’s spectacle was broken in a clash between the AIADMK and DMK members Jayalalithaa vowed to return to the Tamil Nadu Assembly only as the chief minister in 1989 though many were convinced that she could achieve it She went on to become chief minister not for once but for five times (1991-96 May-Sept 2001 2002-06 2011-14 2015-16) In 1991 she stitched up an alliance with Congress and a sympathy wave spurred by the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi landed her party a landslide victory with Jayalalithaa making her debut as chief minister She was elected from Bargur constituency Ironically her first tenure (1991-96) continues to haunt her even today as it was marked by several corruption allegations like the TANSI case and even the disproportionate assets case pending now in the Supreme Court has its origins to this period There were allegations that her aide Sasikala’s family was calling the shots in all aspects of government and the extravagant wedding of her later disowned foster son VN Sudhakaran in 1995 became a sort of an indelible imprint against her on the alleged failure and insensitivity of her first regime Riding on anti-incumbency she however came back to power in 2001 with her party winning 132 seats But her appointment as CM was quashed by the Supreme Court vis-a-vis the TANSI case and she was unseated though she eventually made a comeback as CM in 2002 after getting elected from Andipatti Though her party lost polls in 2006 AIADMK emerged victorious in 61 seats that year and became a powerful opposition party DMK had won 96 seats and with the support of allies like Congress (which had won 34 seats) the Karunanidhi-led party managed to sail through Often she taunted the DMK regime as a "minority government" throughout its five year tenure (2006-11) In 2011 Assembly election issues like the 2G Spectrum Scam and the 2009 killings of Tamils in the Sri Lankan civil war helped her to trounce the DMK and make a dramatic comeback to power During 2011-16 she was careful to implement a multitude of welfare schemes and big ticket projects like the drinking water schemes for Dharmapuri Krishnagiri and Vellore Districts Jayalalithaa did her studies at the Bishop Cotton Girls’ High School in Bangalore and later at the Presentation Convent Church Park in Chennai Though she got a scholarship from the Central government for higher studies after completing her matriculation in 1964 she opted for a career in the film world She went on to act in South Indian language movies including Tamil She is well-versed in several Indian languages including Tamil Telugu Kannada Hindi besides English Written by Khaled Ahmed | Published: July 2 2016 12:39 am Many nations have done it in the past through “pogroms” and concentration camps but in the 21st century it is the Muslim state that is particularly afflicted by it at times under law but also with impunity Top News Nation states were sought to be superceded through the EU ASEAN EAC (Africa) and SAARC partly because they tended to designate external enemies and go to war with them in order to attain internal cohesion But there was another fatal defect equally in evidence: Once internally united they embarked upon an even more lethal process exclusion that is cleansing themselves of unwanted communities to make themselves more “pure” It so happened in Pakistan on June 15 2016 that in a discussion called Ishq-e-Ramadan (Passion for Fasting) a well-known model Hamza Ali Abbasi acting as TV host on Aaj News expressed sympathy for the constitutionally apostatised community of Pakistani Ahmadis He was talking to a popular religious scholar Maulana Kaukab Noorani Okarvi Five million Ahmadis have been declared non-Muslim by the 1974 second amendment of the constitution barring them from observing any Islamic ritual including fasting while all Muslims must proclaim their identity by condemning the community in official documents Abbasi had definitely overstepped the TV bar on expressing heretical views In the eyes of Pakistani Muslims he had no business flouting the constitution and declaring that injustice had been done to Ahmadis through exclusion from the faith without giving them a protected identity as a minority The cleric in the talk-show lost no time in condemning him not so much out of personal outrage as from an instinct of self-preservation Okarvi roared: “The honour of this nation is very much alive… If law (against Ahmadis) doesn’t take action Muslims are ready to take action It is law in the Pakistan armed forces that anyone who commits treason be shot dead at that very spot If this is rule for an army is my Prophet not worth even this much dignity This (anti-Ahmadi law) is a part of Pakistan’s constitution How dare you speak about this issue Our honour does not allow us to tolerate this crime We are very peaceful people but if someone dares say such things about the finality of prophethood then remember that we are all soldiers in the army of Islam And we have no hesitation in this matter Giving our life in this cause is the biggest honour for us Anyone who remains silent on this issue is a criminal and is complicit…” (Five days later on June 20 2016 an Ahmadi doctor Chaudhry Khaliq Ahmad was shot dead in Karachi The 49-year old homeopathic practitioner was slain while tending to his patients) This is the language of “exclusion” and there is a pledge of violence in it that the Ahmadi community has faced since the establishment of Pakistan and legally since 1974 The TV host stood targeted Predictably the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) received thousands of messages from the fasting population blasting Abbasi and the channel for having blasphemed PEMRA hastily banned Abbasi from appearing on TV The process of “expelling the trash” goes on among many nations It is visible as is intolerance in India these days but without the sanction of law Many nations have done it in the past through “pogroms” and concentration camps but in the 21st century it is the Muslim state that is particularly afflicted by it at times under law but also with impunity We know that Egypt hates its Christian Copts and seeks to achieve purity of national identity through their extermination But the attitude of the Iranian state towards the Bahai community is similar to what Pakistan does to Ahmadis who are often said to have been created and subsequently protected by the British Raj In a recent incident this was demonstrated when Faezeh Hashemi daughter of a former twice-president Ayatollah Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani tried to fraternise with Faribeh Kamalbandi a Bahai leader serving life in prison Rafsanjani tried to avert the wrath of the state by describing the Bahai faith as “a deviant sect created by colonialists” which “we disavow and have always done” Rafsanjani as president had fallen foul of the real power the spiritual leader of Iran because of his moderation which is a kind of swearword among Muslims His children son Mehdi Hashemi and daughter Faezeh made it tougher for him by being thrown in jail for their outspokenness Faezeh who last month offended again with Kamalbandi has caused at least one grand ayatollah and one ayatollah to lose their cool Ironically the Shia who demonise the Bahai in Iran are seeing fellow Shia being cut down by al Qaeda and the Islamic State in the Arab states across the Gulf without realising that they too had become “trash” In Pakistan whose founder was a Shia his community is facing “genocide” Note the irony in a headline carried by The Times of Israel on June 20 2016: “Pakistani Shiite leaders say sectarian attacks are genocide” Shia leader of Majlis Wehdat-e-Muslimeen Pakistan Allama Raja Nasir Abbas Jafri is continuing to use the word to describe the ongoing target-killing of his community in Pakistan The nation-state is not done yet with “expelling trash” it seems The writer is consulting editor ‘Newsweek Pakistan’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Bengaluru | Published: July 25 2017 10:46 am Mahesh Babu’s Spyder will release in September Related News The theatrical rights of Tollywood superstar Mahesh Babu’s upcoming film Spyder has been acquired by Lyca Productions The Tamil-Telugu bilingual being directed by AR Murguadoss is one of the most awaited films this year down south Buzz is that Lyca Productions has bought the Tamil Nadu distribution rights of the forthcoming espionage thriller for a whopping Rs 25 crore “@LycaProductions buys TN theatricals & other rights of bilingual @urstrulyMahesh/@ARMurugadoss #Spyder 4 a rumoured whopping Rs 25 Cr WoW, Mamata further said that the Mangala Haat (weekly market) would be renovated jointly by KMDA and Howrah Improvement Trust. as he prepared his hot dogs while listening to his radio – an old present from one of the crash victims. Brandon Hagy and Ollie Schniederjans were both members of The 25 on the Web.as well as the ability to see the larger picture.

On this track,Vajpayee sat down with his Pakistani counterpart, He thinks I’m crap.between the two neighbouring countries.

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