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2016 5:07 pm Jallikattu is a traditional bull tamin sport of Tamil Nadu which was banned by Supreme Court in 2015.Be yourself and make your guests feel comfortable? What was the best part of being a game show hostShooting in small cities where I got to interact with all my fans We shot an episode in Udaipur in which all the participants were local people It was probably the best episode we have shot till date I just had so much fun People from the film industry never actually get to meet their real fans We dont really realise the warmth and enthusiasm of the people out there Does AB Corp have any plans to get into producing television showsAs of nowwe dont have anything planned Were still busy with the post-release activity of Paa and our Marathi film Vihir We dont want to churn out 10 films a year We want to be more like a boutique production house that does only one or two projects a year This is not a business venture for me but a passion So I will not take on too much too soon I dont want to be answerable to other people for their money Youre urging everyone to relax How do you unwindI dont want to relax anymore Its currently the time for me to get busy and let my family do all the relaxing now As a sonI worry for my dads health As a fanI do want him to continue doing films but I really wish he would spend more time just chilling and taking extra care of his health Why did Sonya Jehan replace Aishwarya Rai in your next filmCrookedWe have already started shooting for the filmwhose working title is Crooked Aishwarya wanted to be part of the film but the dates just didnt match as she is really busy shooting for her Tamil film Endhiran For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sameer Kumar Sharma | Chandigarh | Published: March 15 2010 2:25 am Related News In the last five years42 personnel of the Chandigarh Police were booked in various corruption cases In the period33 cases were registered under the Prevention of Corruption Act The information was revealed under the Right to Information Act As many as 22 cases were investigated by the Anti-Corruption Branch of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and others were probed by the Vigilance Wing of the Chandigarh Police Most of these policemen booked for graft charges have been convicted Furtherin eight casestwo officials each were bookedindicating that these cops operated in coordination with each other In most such casesa sub-inspector and a head constable or constable have been booked together Among the 41 cops booked in corruption casesthere were 14 were sub-inspectorsfour assistant sub-inspectors10 head constables and 12 constables One inspector was acquitted in a case but the CBI had challenged the decision in the Supreme Court In several casesthe bribe amount was only a few thousand rupees On February 17 this yeara head constable posted in the Sector-61 police post was caught red-handed by the CBI while taking a bribe of Rs 2000 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aman Sood | Rajpura | Published: December 9 2009 10:19 pm Related News Over 7000 people from BiharMP have come to Punjab in last 3 dayssay officials In 2008numerous people had rushed to Punjab from Bihar to find work of any kind to save their families from starvation caused by floods This yearthey are again rushing to this state to protect their familiesbut from a different enemy altogether Drought has resulted in the movement of thousands of families from Bihar to places like Punjab and other states to avoid deaths due to starvation The Bihar government has already urged the Centre for aid following drought in almost 25 of its districts and its capital Patnabut due to the delay in rehabilitation workpeople are moving out of Bihar? Even the heightened tension in the industrial town of Ludhiana has failed to deter them The condition in Ludhiana is far better than it is back home? download Indian Express App More Related News chargers and cable,the much-hyped Salman Khan starrer action flick looks set to become this year’s biggest blockbuster,” Amid desertions by some key leaders yesterday, 8 times earlier it could not make it,We issue permits to free flyers after completing all formalities and taking an affidavit that it is an adventure sport and they are flying at their own risk, SDM Saroch said For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by ANI | Washington | Published: April 21 2009 12:50 pm Related News Asthma risk is up to six times higher for those with a strong family historysays a new study “Our findings showed that a family history of asthma is an important risk factor for asthmaand that familial risk assessments for asthma can help identify people at highest risk for developing asthma” said lead author Tiebin LiuMSPHand colleagues of The US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention For the studythe researchers analyzed 1999 to 2004 data on 1500 adults (20 or older) from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) study Based on the number and closeness of relatives with asthmaparticipants were classified as being at highmoderateor average risk of asthma About two per cent of people were at high risk and thirteen per cent at moderate risk; the remaining 85 per cent were at average risk Asthma prevalence increased from 94 per cent for people at average riskto 204 per cent for those at moderate riskto 376 per cent for those at high risk Asthma risk was 25 times higher in the moderate-risk group and 58 times higher in the high-risk group After adjustment for other factorsrisk was 24 times higher in the moderate-risk group and 48 times higher in the high-risk groupcompared to people at average risk Other asthma risk factors included African American racelow incomeobesitysmoking or living with a smokerand physical inactivity Asthma occurred at younger ages in people with a family history Average age at onset decreased from 22 years in the average-risk groupto 19 years in the medium-risk groupto 17 years in the high-risk group The new study suggests that asthma risk is at least two times higher in people with a moderate family history (for exampleone parent or sibling with asthma)and up to six times higher for those with a strong family history (for exampleboth parents affected) The researchers have called for more research into the role of family history in diagnosing asthmaand whether this information can help to reduce the diseases harmful effects The study has been reported in the May issue of Genetics in Medicine For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Paromita Chakrabarti | Published: March 26 2017 12:00 am The book also gains traction from the fact that the life of Rani Shah has close resonance with that of Pakistan’s first woman head of state Benazir Bhutto Related News A city is a secret map to the inner life of its inhabitants — the handful it marshalled to greater glory; the ones it lulled into a life of mediocrity and those whom it browbeat into bitter submission Her childhood in Karachi might have been shorn of drama — “no beatings no abuse no bullying…how boring” she says — but it prepared Sabyn Javeri to recognise the city for what it is: an unequal battlefield “I grew up in a very peaceful neighbourhood of Karachi on the wrong side of the bridge (There is a bridge that separates the city’s elite from the rest) Now I live on the so-called right side of the bridge — by the sea — which is like a different city altogether it’s such a bubble Here everyone knows everyone and it’s almost like being in an incestuous Victorian society where material pleasure and gross class inequality overrule everything else” says the 39-year-old author It is these faultlines in a nameless “metro city” that nourish and mark Rani Shah and Nazo the protagonists of Javeri’s debut novel Nobody Killed Her (4th/Harper Collins) one of 2017’s most anticipated releases from the subcontinent The result is a thriller-meets-courtroom-drama that taps into the idea of female leaders negotiating power in patriarchal societies “I was sick of the saccharine-sweet submissive heroines and the rich lyrical style of writing that the subcontinent had become associated with I wanted something staccato snappy a page-turner about a gutsy kickass heroine who was not a cultural or a gender stereotype” says Javeri an assistant professor at Karachi’s Habib University Javeri’s feisty protagonists fuel a powerful novel It also gains traction from the fact that the life of Rani Shah has close resonance with that of Pakistan’s first woman head of state Benazir Bhutto Like Bhutto Shah is the exiled scion of a political dynasty who dreams of returning to Pakistan to serve its people and like her she becomes mired in corruption and controversy once she returns and achieves a historic electoral majority Javeri leaves all particulars out but the similarities — from the thin white veil casually wrapped around her head to the acquisition of a property reminiscent of Bhutto’s infamous Rockwood Estate in England from her run-in with the country’s nuclear head down to the assassination — are hard to overlook Javeri however steadfastly refutes the claim that she modelled Shah on Bhutto “All the events are made-up and I relied pretty much on my imagination The events in the book about corruption and exploitation resonate with people because they are very common Someone said to me recently in a very accusatory way that ‘You have mixed up the histories of India and Pakistan’ I said I never set out to write a historical novel…What I have tried to show in my novel is that there are many backstage agents who influence the decisions of our politicians That’s bad enough as it is but for a female leader even more tough” she says For a novel that was meant to be a “fictional exploration of real events” a style similar to Monica Ali’s last novel Untold Story about a character resembling the late Lady Diana or Curtis Steinfield’s American Wife “an inventive tale about the life of First Lady Laura Bush and what it must have been like living with George Bush” seemed appropriate Javeri began writing in London where she had moved in 2000 when she was on a break from her job after the birth of her second child Politics had never been of particular interest but even though she was very young when Bhutto first came to power she remembered being impressed by her charisma “…she was one female leader who was totally unapologetic about being a woman first She took her children to work on state visits and was sharp and focussed as a leader She was a shining example that women can have it all” she says As Javeri began writing she found herself caught up in the constantly shifting universe she had wanted to capture “I looked at the rise of the underdog in Indian and Bangladeshi politics how female politicians from underprivileged backgrounds have upset the hierarchy of powerful political dynasties to enter mainstream politics In Pakistan I found no such example of women like Mayawati or Jayalalithaa who broke the glass ceiling without any political pedigree” she says It’s possibly why even though the character of Shah has come under close scrutiny Javeri holds her other character Nazo the woman whom the city could not tame or break closer to heart “Power and ambition are dirty words when it comes to women be it in showbiz politics or even ‘safe’ professions like banking Women are supposed to be maternal self-sacrificing creatures who put themselves last But Nazo doesn’t give a damn She’s a go-getter and will do anything to get what she wants She’s a user cunning and clever quick and detached In many ways she’s like a man” she says The gendered reaction of a city to its residents could just as well be a mirror of New Delhi Dhaka or any metropolis in the subcontinent A woman on the wrong side of the class and gender divide has to fight twice as hard for survival If Karachi is the default setting for her novel it is only because of its familiarity “It’s is not just limited to the parliament here The politics of gender and class inequality are far more apparent here than the global terrorism that some novels address as the main culprit My novel is not just about politics but about the people to whom the politics happen” she says Javeri who is working on a collection of interlinked stories titled Hijabistan on the theme of the veil has recently moved back to Pakistan to care for her ageing parents It’s a good time to be home but Karachi continues to befuddle her “I have come back after 17 long years and strangely everything is different and yet feels just the same It still has the same potholes the same garbage stink it’s still unsafe for women to walk on the streets yet the sleek flyovers super malls and skyscrapers give it an urban feel It’s very much in keeping with the country’s philosophy of glossing over the actual problems” she says Her book had a difficult passage to publication but the writer says she was always clear in her mind that all she wanted to do was set her story free “I didn’t set out to change the face of history nor did I have any illusions about the power of writers to change society I just tried to tell a good story about feminism and class struggle And at the end of the day that’s what it is — an entertaining fast-paced story about the lives of two women and their fight for the right to be who they want to be” she says For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: April 17 2009 2:21 am Related News In spite of the implementation of the seven-point indirect grading system in Madhyamik examination from this academic sessionthe students will have to secure a minimum of 35 marks if they want to study subjects of their choice The West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education has issued certain benchmarks to restrict students opting for any subject at the 10+2 level The councils latest decision will affect 850000 students who had appeared in this years Madhyamik examination According to the councilif any student secures grade C between 25 to 34 marks in a subject that indicates marginal performance of the student in a particular subjectthen that student is debarred from opting a host of subjects For exampleif a student secures grade C in Mathematics then he cannot opt for MathematicsComputer ScienceStatisticsBusiness Economics and Business Mathematics Similarlyif a student secures grade C in Physical sciencehe/she cannot choose Physics or Chemistry The case applies to Biology and Geography where the student has to secure at least grade B For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related News Giving details about the paraglider, They think differently.

While Rashtrapati Bhavan wants Irani’s ministry to accept the resignation and has informally conveyed its unwillingness to sack him, reduce footprint of military and paramilitary forces in civilian areas # Engage the media and regulate state government advertisements # Check radicalisation in madrasas and mosques # Investigate funding of Kashmir unrest, find mention in a Home Ministry ‘summary of issues raised’ for the follow-up meeting of the all-party delegation which was held Wednesday at Parliament House.through Matigara in Siliguri. Ningthoujam Tomba alias Koirengthe military chief of KYKLwas arrested along with three of his associates last night We have started interrogating him He is one of the topwanted terrorists in Manipur We have informed the Manipur police and a team would be coming soon?said a police source. “If a state itself is indulging… if it is state-sponsored communal activity, “Yesterday, said the Board, according to Sunil Dandavate.

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