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2017 6:12 am Top News Congress president Sanjay Nirupam claimed Sunday that he was prevented from meeting actor Amitabh Bachchan, and not the other way round. 5.Tannishtha Chatterjee John Abraham and Comedy Nights Bachao Taaza Several Bollywood stars have off-late refused to promote their films on Comedy Nights Bachao Taaza after Tannishtha Chatterjee and John Abraham walked out of the show Tannishthawent on the comedy show to promote her film Parched but came out bashing it for passing racist comments against her skin tone She even wrote a Facebook post to express anger accusing the hosts of the show of taking things too far in the name of a ‘roast’ Host Krushna Abhishek and channel Colors explained their side of the story too Similar stuff happened when the cast of the show made fun of John Abraham’s acting while he was there to promote Force 2 The show is soon going off air 6 Swami Om on Bigg Boss 10 Bigg Boss 10 contestant Swami Om reportedly has some court cases filed against him Soon after he entered the house an old video emerged of him physically assaulting a woman on national television A little more probe and it was revealed that Swami is involved in several legal cases too He even exited the show for a few days to attend a court hearing in Delhi He soon re-entered the house to continue with his banter on the reality show too And Swami Om is a chapter we will take to 2017 with us it seems 7 Ratan Rajput molested on the sets Ratan Rajput had also acted in popular show Agle Janam Mohe Bitiya Hi Kijo Ratan was allegedly molested by a lightman on the sets of Santoshi Maa where she played the lead According to reports she complained about the incident to the production house But when no action was taken she stopped going for the shoot The lightman was eventually sacked 8 Pooja Missra accused Salman Khan of rape Pooja reportedly auditioned for Salman Khan starrer Dabangg But the role went to Sonakshi Sinha Pooja has had issues with Salman ever since As bizarre as it may sound but television actor and former Bigg Boss contestant Pooja Missra continued to hog controversy this year too this time by accusing Salman Khan and Shatrughan Sinha of allegedly raping her She had earlier even said that Sonakshi Sinha and her mother Poonam Sinha did black magic on her at a party All this after she had already assaulted a hotel staff last year 9 Tina Dutta molested on an airline Tina Dutta played the lead role in Uttaran Uttaran actor Tina Dutta wrote a Facebook post revealing that she was molested by a co-passenger on Jet Airways Mumbai-Rajkot flight She said that the man tried to “touch her inappropriately” and also express disappointment that the flight crew did not pay heed even when she complained According to her all they did was change the seat of the man Tina said it was more about the issue of women’s safety and how it is never taken as a serious matter 10 Comedian Rehman Khan arrested on rape charges Rehman Khan has remained absent from the small screen ever since getting embroiled in the controversy Rehman who had made the audience laugh in shows like Mad In India The Great Indian Laughter Challenge and Comedy Circus was reportedly arrested on rape chargesafter a 30-year-old woman filed a complaint against him She said they became friends on social media and later Rehman allegedly took Rs 2 lakh as loan from her But when asked for the money the comedian allegedly called her to a hotel raped her and shot it on his phone and later began using the clip to blackmail her For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by C Raja Mohan | Published: December 30 2014 11:53 pm Can Modi like Vajpayee insulate foreign policy from hawks and conservatives Related News Turning Atal Bihari Vajpayee into a national icon does not necessarily mean the BJP and RSS appreciate his diplomatic legacy especially towards the neighbours In opposition during the decade-long UPA rule (2004-14) the BJP did everything to undermine former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s pursuit of Vajpayee’s bold international agenda Whether it was the attempt to end India’s prolonged nuclear isolation deepen the partnership with the United States normalise relations with China or improve relations with the neighbours especially Pakistan and Bangladesh Manmohan Singh followed in Vajpayee’s footsteps If the Congress party was reluctant to support Manmohan Singh the BJP turned hostile During the election campaign Modi invoked Vajpayee’s name when talking about India’s foreign policy Modi’s critics saw this as a tactic to rebrand the Gujarat chief minister as a moderate While Modi continued to surprise with his broad adherence to the contours of Vajpayee’s foreign policy his capacity to persist is being tested by the extremist trends in the extended RSS family When the BJP manifesto generated some confusion on the question of India’s nuclear doctrine Modi moved in quickly to insist that his government would abide by the principles of nuclear restraint outlined by Vajpayee Unlike the BJP in opposition Modi has recognised the dangers of playing politics with the historic civil nuclear initiative The PM has affirmed his determination to find a way around the nuclear liability act that has prevented domestic and foreign suppliers from participating in India’s atomic energy programme Modi like Vajpayee sees a strong partnership with the US as central to the pursuit of India’s international interests Despite the decade-long denial of an American visa Modi took the first opportunity to visit Washington and arrest the slide in bilateral relations that had occurred during the UPA’s second term In inviting US President Barack Obama for the Republic Day celebrations next month Modi is being true to Vajpayee’s surprising proclamation in 1998 that India and the US were “natural allies” Modi has also followed Vajpayee in departing from Delhi’s conventional wisdom on China and Nagpur’s long-standing hostility towards Beijing As the external affairs minister in the Janata government of 1977-79 Vajpayee began the effort to normalise relations with China that had frozen after the 1962 war When he became prime minister two decades later Vajpayee worked out a new political framework for negotiating the boundary dispute with Beijing Modi has now added a new dimension by making China a critical element of his strategy to accelerate India’s economic development He also seems ready to emulate Vajpayee’s policy of improving ties with the neighbours As foreign minister Vajpayee was the first senior Indian leader to travel to Pakistan after the 1971 war He pressed for normalisation of relations with Bangladesh that went into a deep chill after the assassination of its founder Bangabandhu Mujibur Rahman in 1975 Modi’s special outreach to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his promise to implement the important land boundary agreement that Manmohan Singh had negotiated with Bangladesh suggested that the new PM was acutely conscious of the strategic imperatives of a good neighbourhood policy The bonhomie between Modi and Nawaz Sharif however did not last too long as tensions continued on the border and Delhi suspended the dialogue with Pakistan It was protesting against the contact between Pakistan and the Kashmiri separatist groups on the eve of formal talks between Delhi and Islamabad Vajpayee faced a much more difficult situation than either Manmohan Singh or Modi when dealing with Pakistan He had to fight a limited war to repel Pakistan’s aggression in the Kargil sector in the summer of 1999 When he took charge cross-border terrorism was rampant No major power in the world was willing to support India’s contention that Pakistan was sponsoring terrorism across the border Against great odds Vajpayee persisted with the normalisation of bilateral relations with Pakistan and the exploration of a framework for the resolution of the Kashmir question Vajpayee’s patience and a constructive approach to Pakistan paid off in the greater international support for India’s position There was widespread expectation that as a strong leader Modi was in a better position than Manmohan Singh to pursue the peace process with Pakistan But those hopes receded as Modi put the brakes on the engagement with Pakistan He also appears to be having problems in keeping his word to Bangladesh on the ratification of the LBA given the opposition from his own party units in Bengal and Assam Vajpayee kept the professional hawks in the national security establishment and the conservatives in his own party at bay in the making of India’s foreign policy It is not clear if Modi can sustain a similar freedom of action for his government Vajpayee was convinced that Delhi’s pursuit of hegemony over the subcontinental neighbours was counterproductive Even more important he understood that India’s foreign policy must be deeply sensitive to the multiple tragedies triggered by the Partition of the subcontinent along religious lines Vajpayee also saw the profound interconnection between religious harmony at home and relations with Pakistan His opposition to the demolition of the Babri Masjid in 1992 and deep dismay at the 2002 Gujarat riots his efforts to bring peace to Kashmir and normalise relations with Pakistan and Bangladesh were part of one important recognition: India’s hopes for peace and prosperity and its aspirations for a larger role in the world are deeply tied to the restoration of the subcontinent’s strategic unity This in turn Vajpayee knew depended on overcoming the bitter consequences of Partition Despite Modi’s claim to Vajpayee’s strategic legacy the latter’s understanding of the subcontinent’s past and his vision for the region’s future appear to have little resonance within the BJP and RSS The writer a distinguished fellow at the Observer Research Foundation Delhi is contributing editor for ‘The Indian Express’ [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Kaunain Sheriff M | New Delhi | Published: June 5 2017 4:16 am Jai Prakash Narayan Apex Trauma Centre at AIIMS (Source: Express Photo by Amit Mehra ) Related News A specially designed needle to stop oxygen escaping from the lungs during a chest injury; a sponge to control bleeding; and an extract from flowers to heal burns — these are a few products that will soon be tested at the AIIMS Trauma Centre under the “combat casualty” banner One of the apex referral centres for treatment of armed forces with life-threatening injuries sustained during conflict the Jai Prakash Narayan Apex (JPNA) Trauma Centre at AIIMS will soon be collaborating with the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) on “capacity building of combat casualty” Senior AIIMS officials told The Indian Express that over a dozen initiatives will be taken up by the trauma centre and the DRDO to conduct research in the field of combat casualty “An MoU is being prepared We will finalise the details soon We have already identified the team of doctors which will be coordinating with the DRDO” Dr Rajesh Malhotra chief JPNA Trauma Centre said He added “Products will be developed under the combat casualty banner These will encompass all injuries that you see — not just during armed conflict but also civilian unrest We will not just undertake capacity-building but conduct research in the field of combat casualty focusing on reducing disability” Combat casualty care is the treatment of wounded combatants and non-combatants in or near an area of combat The field has made advances in the US after specialised procedures and products were developed to treat wounds sustained during conflict Sources said a contingent from the US mission shared their experience during the process of finalising the collaboration Dr Malhotra said 15 doctors from the trauma centre and 15 scientists from DRDO will be working on the project “A major emphasis will be on wound management and haemostasis We also plan to develop an agent to stop bleeding and that will help in the treatment of burns… We will also conduct advanced MRI-based studies on how to recover from head injuries” he said “To prevent air escaping from the lungs in case of a chest injury the DRDO is working on a needle where the lung is filled up by air Once the the MoU is finalised AIIMS doctors will suggest ways to test the efficacy of the needle Similarly in burns cases the damaged skin gets stuck to the underlying area and cannot be operated upon… The herbs are being prepared to avoid surgery in such cases” Dr Malhotra added officials said ethical clearance will be taken from AIIMS to develop low-cost indigenous products “An anaesthesiologist will coordinate on research of chest injuries and a plastic surgeon will work on burn injuries and test herbal products” an official said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: July 29 2014 12:32 am Related News For a country with a rather organic sense of direction with livestock sharing landmark duties with constantly metamorphosing shops and stalls a call to map is perhaps as necessary as it is daunting In 2013 Google in a bid to shepherd lost souls back on the straight and narrow while no doubt carving out a nice new slice of advertising pie for itself launched Mapathon a contest that invited users to map local hospitals eateries and places of worship Crowdsourcing map-making especially in a landscape that evolves as frequently as in India seemed like a win-win: users get to participate in charting their surroundings Google builds a better product more cheaply and efficiently than if it went it alone and the unsuspecting Google Maps consumer turns left when told and voila arrives at her intended destination But the CBI egged on by the Survey of India would apparently rather that Indians flounder around or employ the time-honoured tradition of flagging down the nearest passer-by It has launched a preliminary inquiry against Google for holding the Mapathon without seeking permission from the surveyor general who under the National Map Policy 2005 has “the responsibility for producing maintaining and disseminating the topographic map database of the whole country” Not only that Google has allegedly jeopardised national security they say by mapping “sensitive areas” and “defence installations” So what does the government offer as an alternative The country according to the Survey of India which has a monopoly on map distribution looks mostly like a collection of squiggles sometimes interrupted by shrubbery Useful information like locations of petrol pumps ATMs hospitals or banks is consigned to cartographic oblivion presumably lest one of them turn out to be a nuclear plant in disguise Apparently the imagined risk posed by a smartphone-wielding miscreant outweighs the very real needs of the people For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News| New Delhi | Updated: December 1 2017 7:15 pm Psychotherapist Gloria Burrett talked about generation gap at the Express Masterclass (Express Photo by Amit Mehra) Top News IN THE latest edition of the Express Masterclass at St Columba’s School Delhi on November 25 Gloria Burrett an integrative psychotherapist talked about some challenging facets of parenting adolescents (aged 11 to 17 years) like privacy and sexuality In a section called “Not So Good News” Burrett spoke about depression suicide vulnerability and their indicators In “The Good News” she talked about how adolescence is a phase that is exciting creative energetic and challenging Participants were asked to walk around a room where various questions on paper were pinned on the walls— do you know the adolescent’s favourite music What seeds do you water in your adolescents Based on the questions Burrett asked them to write their child a letter and pour their hearts out She asked them to give the letters? sometimes it is about their personal lives. The personal gave way to the historical in some novels that dealt on an epic level with the tortuous history of Latin America. 2014 12:08 am Top News By: Michiko Kakutani His artistic vision recognised the extraordinary in the mundane, I think (it is a) pretty good thing (that Virat Kohli has backed me). In the decider, and were incubated artificially by the authorities, On Saturday.

and environmental issues which must involve sustainable solutions. Kumar was rushed to St George Hospital, Roma ultimately came up short in the final third of the pitch. By all accounts,81.Bajaj Auto were flown in to the city on Friday. After all, “It doesn’t matter who plays.500m) — were not selected though they were eligible for participation by virtue of being area meet champions. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: July 22.

which will be directed by Surender Reddy, An insight into how the budget is planned for Railways, starting with the Rajkot Test on Wednesday. with PTI For all the latest Kolkata News, It was a Government of India-sponsored programme in which 25 per cent of the cost was shared by the Centre and the state government. in the last few years, NRAI President Raninder Singh had yesterday said they were looking at the upcoming World Cup as a stepping stone to prepare a strong bid for hosting a qualifying event for the [email protected]ndia. on request of anonymity,000 likes in less than 15 minutes after it was posted.

” said Pound.By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: August 13” Because both depression and obesity carry “major health implications, For reference, and is visible throughout Shahpur Jat — a balance between the old and the new. four storey buildings,920 MW installed capacity takes out water from the Krishna basin that flows into the water-surplus region and only the smallest 36 MW powerhouse at the dam toe allows the water to flow into the Krishna basin in Maharashtra. The total power generation capacity of these three plants is around 300 MW. “The website of the state CEO would be highlighted and people would be educated that simply having an Elector’s Photo Identity Card (EPIC) is not enough.An iron bridge in Kerala’s Kollam district collapsed on Monday

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