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He represents the ideological nature of the army, placate potential rebels, when necessary, which began in 2012. That was the right choice for elimination… @BiggBoss @endemolshine @ColorsTV @RahulDevRising ??? — Mugdha Godse (@mugdhagodse267) October 23 2016 Rahul Dev had in a recent interview revealed that he is in the Bigg Boss show to fund his son’s education He was also be-singled out by the Bigg Boss season 7 contestant Kamya Punjabi for not being active enough on the show and not appearing on the screen at all However after the wake-up call of the shocking elimination Rahul has promised to be active in tasks Rahul and Mugdha have been living together for sometime now The Fashion actor had confirmed her relationship with Rahul Dev in October 2015 during an exclusive chat with indianexpresscom saying that the two were more than friends and the feeling was very special They even took part in the reality show Power Couple together For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Shreya Mudgal | New Delhi | Published: August 30 2016 10:17 pm Rani is removing her jewellery when Raja comes and helps her and she’s stunned Top News Jeevan comes to help in the marriage preparations but Raja stops him and asks him to get out Jeevan seeks forgiveness from him but he shuns him out Then Jeevan goes to Ambika and she forgives him readily Raja interrupts but Rani Maa tells him not to let anything come in between Rani enters the room and is going towards Raja when Jeevan comes in front of her and tells her to forgive him by acting innocent and guilty Ambika comes and tells her to do so as he’s guilty enough and she will have to live with him after marriage Rani agrees and Jeevan tells them that he’ll never disappoint them again and goes away Raja says they should begin but Dadu sends him back as men are not allowed in today’s function He whispers to Rani that he’ll meet her tonight itself and she says that she’ll wait Ambika starts the function and Dadu explains the whole culture traditionally as and when Ambika proceeds with the function Rani asks Dadu about how she knows all the traditions so well Dadu isn’t aware how but she’s born here so it just came out on its own Rani thanks Rani Ambika and she tells her that it’s time she called her ‘maa’ Rani is removing her jewellery when Raja comes and helps her and she’s stunned Raja is teasing her when their jewellery and clothes keep getting stuck with each other Rani starts getting anxious about the future again and tells Raja that she fears if she’ll have to stay alone Rani and Dadu enter the Mahal and Raja admires Rani from the gallery of their corridor upstairs Kaal and Rani Maa welcome them all at the gate Dadu thinks about the past again and feels dizzy She starts saying that she’s unaware of her attachment with the Mahal She feels nostalgic the moment she enters Rani tells her that nothing will happen and takes her in with Ambika Rani walks in and Raja showers roses on her from upstairs and admires her Jeevan is actively helping with all the preparations when Lovi comes and tells him that he’s too good an actor but she’s not convinced Jeevan acts arrogantly and is going away when Lovi tells him that she had no part in helping Raja find Rani She’s equally in despair with their marriage and she’ll do anything to separate them For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsMumbai: After playing its home games in the first two seasons of Indian Super League at the D Y Patil Stadium in Nerul Mumbai City FC has decided to shift base and play at its new home venue – in the Western suburb of Andheri during the upcoming season 3 of the football league The club today formally announced that the Shahaji Raje Bhosle Kreeda Sankul known popularly as the Andheri Sports Complex BKLP will be their new home stadium for the upcoming season of ISL Mumbai-city FC logo news18 The Complex houses the Mumbai Football Arena which was constructed and developed in accordance with FIFA guidelines earlier this year and will now host Mumbai City FC’s home matches come October said a media release Ranbir Kapoor co-owner Mumbai City FC said "Our fans have shown us tremendous support through our two seasons despite results not being the best We have always wanted to give back to them and moving into the heart of the city is one such step "Mumbai Football Arena (Shahji Raje Bhosle Kreeda Sankul) is a great venue with easy accessibility for people across the city The support from Mr Aditya Thackeray MDFA the BMC and everyone at the stadium has been tremendous We can’t wait to build this stadium into our new fortress" he added Moscow:Russia and Iraq restored scheduled commercial airline services on Sunday for the first time since 2004 in what officials hailed as a sign of stability returning to the war-torn country Representational image Reuters An Iraqi Airways plane left Baghdad at 1031 am (0731 GMT) and was expected to arrive at Moscow’s Vnukovo airport at 219 pm (1119 GMT) according to the Russian airport’s online departure and arrival timetables "The first commercial flight arrives today (Sunday)" Sergei Izvolsky spokesman for Russia’s civil aviation authority told AFP "It is a signal on the part of the Iraqi authorities that Russian nationals can safely visit Iraq" The two countries may also later agree on air travel to the Iraqi city of Basra Izvolsky said Russia suspended regular flights to Iraq in 2004 after the US-led invasion in 2003 plunged the Arab country into war By: Express News Service | Published: July 23 2014 4:20 am Related News After a near-devastating Lok Sabha election where it was reduced to a mere 44 MPs the Congress party now faces internal haemorrhage in several important states In Assam education minister and senior leader Himanta Biswa Sarma has resigned declaring himself and a contingent of other MLAs unable to work under the leadership of Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi In Maharashtra Narayan Rane has quit the state government saying he did not wish to be a “partner in defeat” in the upcoming assembly election What’s more one of the Congress’s showpiece partnerships with the National Conference in Kashmir has collapsed There are loud rumblings of discontent in party units across the country and much of this anger is directed at the party’s top leadership The Gandhis whose unchallenged authority in the party stems from their supposed ability to keep fractious power centres united have shown little evidence that they are actively allaying tensions or taking the right judgement calls To come back into the political reckoning the Congress needs to realise that this is not merely an HR crisis While some desertions are inevitable in a climate of defeat and adversity there is an identity crisis that the party must resolve The party has been slowly losing its hold on its coalition of social groups and interests over the last three decades and the national victories of 2004 and 2009 did not decisively reverse this structural decline The problem is not merely organisational it is a matter of ideology and pitch The old assumptions cannot hold and the party has to urgently identify the direction of its reinvention especially as the partitions between the rural and urban economies erode or as caste identification begins to soften in aspirational urban contexts This will be difficult and risky since it has traditionally been a bridge-builder between various interests — for instance if it is tempted to lean heavily on its left axis in opposition to an unabashedly market-friendly government it could alienate businesses and the middle class Its peculiar version of secularism will be challenged in a situation where its opponents shape the discourse The party has to be supple in crafting new appeals to emerging constituencies While part of that task certainly involves organisational overhaul building ladders of opportunity all the way to the grassroots and democratising internal structures so that demands can travel up party vice president Rahul Gandhi risks making a fetish of primaries and other such rituals He has failed to generate enthusiasm for them in the party and seems not to care about the business of winning and losing elections at all A seeming lack of ownership and the clear deficit of communication have undeniably cost the party For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tunku Varadarajan | Updated: March 6 2016 9:19 am JNUSU President Kanhaiya Kumar Related News An anthology of the greatest political speeches of Independent India would make for a scrawny volume Indian politicians aren’t strong on oratory in large part because they’re uncultured and have contempt for the Indian electorate Nehru was elegant of course though his speeches in English were not understood by a majority of Indians Vajpayee was a master-speaker his Hindi (and his sarcasm) being of the rarest poise Annadurai electrified the Tamil people in a language that has perhaps only Bengali as its equal in its political prosody and spoken rhythms Of those in office today Narendra Modi is India’s orator-in-chief in spite of a tendency toward self-congratulation He can mesmerise a crowd his words a mixture of promise and menace His granite face and bearing add to the effect of authority Lalu Prasad is a favourite: not for his message which is provincial and bogus but for his jaunty folksiness his devil-may-care phrasing and his obvious glee in playing the bumpkin who steals a march on city-folk And then there’s Shashi Tharoor — an old friend — who stands apart as an Indian politician who can actually debate (In truth he’s not a politician at all which is his strength and — it could be said — also his weakness) Which brings me back to my anthology Why confine it to elected politicians In my view no compendium of Indian political speeches would be complete now without an entry for Kanhaiya Kumar the young PhD student from JNU who has arrested India’s imagination and ensured that the word “sedition” is part of the vocabulary of every citizen Share This Article Related Article Like others with access to a computer I have heard repeatedly the two speeches that Kanhaiya made most recently The first catapulted him to fame incurring as it did the wrath of an obtuse Home Minister; of a dopey — but pernicious — Police Commissioner of Delhi; and of a tinpot-nationalist news anchor who disregarded the truth in a peerless display of hysteria Together they sucked young Kanhaiya into a vortex of political and judicial thuggery that would have made Gandhi and Ambedkar weep If Kanhaiya’s first speech was impressive his second after his release on bail was pure protest-poetry One doesn’t have to share his politics to find pleasure in his language I certainly don’t want “freedom from capitalism” — in fact I want much more of it; and yet I found his revolutionary fervour endearing Here is a young man with a serious rhetorical gift and a mastery over the Hindi language that is a joy in this ugly age of “Hinglish” His cadences and tempo are made all the more sweet by his Bihari lilt and his self-deprecating purabiya manner This is Hindi as it should be declaimed—Hindi as a political rasmalai One needs to hear the speech not read it to appreciate fully the theatre of Kanhaiya’s delivery; his sawaal-jawaab —call-and-response — with the avid and idealistic crowd; the pregnant pauses so essential in feats of rhetoric; the cutting humour of the occasion; and the verbal up-yours he delivered to those who would jail him for his views All the while another young man waved the Indian flag behind him This was not sedition This was the heaven of college life After this speech the case for the prosecution is stone cold dead The judge who released him said that Kanhaiya suffered from an anti-national virus an “infection” That virus in truth lives in those who would lock him up — those who have by their own bigotry sent this young Indian spirit soaring The writer is the Virginia Hobbs Carpenter Fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution He [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLos Angeles: The music industry has faced more than a decade of financial woes but in one area business is soaring —festivals Music festivals have witnessed a boom in the past few years with new events proliferating that cater to every taste and region in what has become a vital source of revenue and publicity for artists Coachella often considered the tastemaker of US music events opens on Friday in the southern California desert at the start of the busiest season yet for festivals AFP image "I think music festivals are basically the future of the industry It’s the only area where you are really seeing a lot of growth" said Parag Bhandari the head of UG Strategies which recently launched the Uphoric digital television network dedicated to covering the global festival circuit "It’s really the last area in the music industry where there is real money to be made for artists" he said Among the most ambitious newcomers is Rock in Rio USA which will take place over two weekends in May at the brand-new 13-hectare (33-acre) "City of Rock" grounds on the Las Vegas Strip A spinoff of the major Brazilian festival Rock in Rio USA seeks to tap a niche by offering a lineup of mainstream giants including pop superstar Taylor Swift and metal veterans Metallica Coachella and two other longstanding US festivals — Bonnaroo in Tennessee and Lollapalooza in Chicago — both have their roots in 1990s alternative culture and market themselves as staging grounds for emerging stars Also for the first time on the calendar this year are the Festival of the Desert a classical event near the Coachella grounds led by Paris Opera music director Philippe Jordan; the Eaux Claires festival in Wisconsin dedicated to innovative music and curated by Bon Iver frontman Justin Vernon and several new country music festivals Other festivals have sought to differentiate themselves not by lineup but by amenities with San Francisco’s Outside Lands seeking to attract gourmets through its selection of food and drink vendors While much of the growth has been in the United States festivals have been sprouting up around the world including in Europe where England’s Glastonbury was considered the pioneer of modern music festivals Lollapalooza this year is expanding to Europe with a Berlin edition after already starting sister festivals in Argentina Brazil and Chile Selling experiences Not all festivals have succeeded Kanrocksas in the Kansas City area folded after poor ticket sales and Lollapalooza called off an expansion to Israel But industry watchers expect strong growth as festivals sprout up for uncatered niches and regions San Francisco-based company Eventbrite said it managed tickets for 50000 music or other festivals worldwide in 2014 — up 50 percent from just a year earlier "We are not seeing signs of slowing down anytime soon" said Martina Wang head of music marketing at Eventbrite A key driving factor is the tastes of the millennial generation with an Eventbrite study in 2014 finding that one-quarter of university students had attended a music festival in the previous year "When it comes to millennials’ money we are finding that buying experiences trumps buying things" Wang said "More than three out of four said they would buy a desirable experience over a desirable thing like the latest gadget" she said The new sporting events Barring major flops festivals offer guaranteed audiences and revenue for musicians who rarely expect significant payouts from recordings in the age of instant music Coachella which quickly sells out each year grossed $78 million in 2014 according to industry monitor Billboard Box Office Some 175000 people flock to Glastonbury which is around the same number who go each year to Coachella — which since 2012 has held two weekends with identical lineups By comparison some 75000 people attended the World Cup final last year in Brazil although far more watched Bhandari sensing demand to create the Uphoric network saw parallels to the World Cup as a growing number of fans fly to multiple festivals around the world and plan vacations around the dates "Music festivals are really becoming on the scale of sporting events" he said AFP By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: July 25 2017 2:50 am Bombay High Court (File Photo) Top News The Bombay High Court Monday asked the Mumbai police to ensure that no minor is harmed or injured or permitted to use or carry a weapon and sharp objects during the annual Muharram Matam (mourning) procession A division bench of Justices R M Savant and Sadhana Jadhav was hearing a suo motu (on its own) public interest litigation on the issue The court also said a fine balance needed to be drawn between religious practices and safety measures In December 2014 the city police had issued a circular on steps to be taken during the ritual According to the circular senior police officers of police stations concerned had to hold meetings with Mohalla committees prior to Muharram The High Court was Monday informed that the police held a meeting with several leaders who had given an undertaking that children would not use or carry weapons and sharp objects during the procession and would not hurt themselves “Minors taking part in the Muharram procession shall not be forced to injure themselves Minors will not be allowed to inflict injuries on themselves and no one else would be permitted to injure the minors The procession will be videographed” a report submitted by Additional Commissioner of Police (South region) Pravin Padval said The bench has directed the additional commissioner of police (South) to personally supervise the procession to be held in south Mumbai in September and ensure that conditions are complied with For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top Newshe approached the Indian Embassy and got the EC, said the police Devdas is not the lone such case Last monthtwo men59-year-old Varva Purushottam Patel from Mehsana and 52-year-old Popat Patel from Kalol in Gandhinagarhad similarly arrived with EC They too were illegal immigrants who decided to return home after they developed health complications In another casea man from Rajasthan was deported from Johannesburg after his work permit was found to be forged For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: April 16 2012 3:31 am Related News Healing Paws At Bal Kalyan Sansthaa unique therapeutic programme concluded recently Organised by Animal Angels Foundationalong with Pedigreethe programme called Healing Paws looked at providing therapy to differently-abled children with the help of animals Three trained and experienced therapy dogs: Rexa seven-year-old male Golden RetrieverKikia four-year-old female Labradorand BalBoaa four-year-old male Labrador interacted with these children There was also a team of mental and medical health professionals who train family pets to be therapy dogs These therapy pets along with their ownerstherapists and the volunteers of Animal Angels foundation visit various people and organisations in need Free health camp A free health check-up camp for poor people was conducted by the Rotary Club ShivajinagarSahawas and Jivhala Social Foundation and Bhim Garjana Samaj Sanstha at Sahvas HallSinhagad Road recently The camp was held on the occasion of Mahatma Jyotiba Phule and Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar birth anniversary Nitin Abhyakarpresident of Rotary Club Shivajinagarsaid”This is the seventh medical check-up camp conducted by us during this year So far1656 people have benefitted” Vrinda Walimbeone of the organiserssaid”In this camp alonewe checked more than 500 people Nine thousand ferrous sulphet tablets were given to weak people41 women were examined and 414 spectacles were distributed freely in the eye check-up section The camp was supported by Mehul Optical MumbaiSamarth Laboratoriesand Columbus Health care jointly” For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Srinath Rao | Published: August 4 2013 1:32 am Related News Dog owners in the city who are planning a vacation will no more have to leave their pets with not-so-eager relatives or at kennels While dog owners are away vacationingWagglea service now being expanded to Mumbaiwill ensure that pets stay with a host of their choice Leaving golden retriever Zoe behind at a kennel turned out to be a nightmare for Bangalore-based Samira Abraham This led to the creation of a common platform for a few dog owners those who wanted their dogs to live in comfort while they are away and people who were happy to host dogs Wagglewhich has been operational for seven months nowhas brought 25 hosts together who communicate through the website (http://s.wagglein) We reach out to hosts through social media We had started with five hosts It has increased to 25 We are now looking for hosts in other cities including Mumbai? for those like young Tokas. and has asked operators to also give detailed presentation to support their arguments. 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