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download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Varanasi | Published: April 25, Congress on Friday made a fervent appeal to people of the holy city to support it in the “battle of?the accused had kidnapped the girl when she had gone to market in Dabri on November 24, the issue would be referred to and resolved by arbitration in Singapore. Modi said that the sarpanch told him her motto was to ensure that no one remains poor in the village. “Have panchayats in our country ever thought that there should be no poor left in our country If one village brings out at least five families out of poverty in a year what a big change will be ushered in” he said Meanwhile Union Minister for Rural Development and Panchayati Raj Chaudhary Birender Singh said seats for panchayat representatives belonging to women SC and ST should be reserved for two terms (10 years) instead of the current one term of five years For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Bhubaneswar | Published: June 8 2017 8:49 pm Mandsaur: A scene after violent clashes between farmers and the police at Pipliya in Mandsaur district of MP on Tuesday At least five farmers were killed and four others injured in firing by police on farmers who have been protesting for a week demanding loan waiver and fair price for their produce PTI Phot Related News Several farmer organizations on Thursday staged demonstrations here protesting gainst the “brutal” killing of farmers in Madhaya Pradesh Navnirman Krushak Sangathan (NKS) which has been agitating in the state over the same issues as the farmers of Madhya Pradesh hit out at the BJP government in the Centre and demanded adequate compensation for those killed in Mandsaur minimum support price of farm produces and pension for elderly farmers NKS also submitted a memorandum to President Pranab Mukherjee through Odisha Governor S C Jamir The farmer wings of CPI and CPI(M) separately staged a demonstration and held the BJP government of Madhya Pradesh responsible for the plight of farmers across the country While CPI’s All India Krushak Sabha demanded the dismissal of the BJP government in Madhya Pradesh CPI-M called for a united struggle to safeguard the interest of farmers across the country They also demanded implementation of Swaminathan Commission’s recommendation for the welfare of farmers Congress’ farmer’s wing too condemned the killing in Madhya Pradesh and accused BJP of using force against “unarmed farmers who were agitating in a democratic manner” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Manoj Kumar R | Bengaluru | Updated: October 21 2017 6:35 pm Vijay’s Mersal gets supports from Kollywood celebrities Related News Ilayathalapathy Vijay’s Mersal has sparked off a major political slugfest even as it continues to rock the box office worldwide The latest controversy has gained national importance after a section of the Bharatiya Janata Party objected to a few dialogues in the film that criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s pet projects A slew of BJP leaders in Tamil Nadu has joined the chorus of demanding the filmmakers to mute the lines related to the Goods and Service Tax regime and Digital India The producers of Mersal who are seemingly considering to give into political pressure have been receiving support from all walks of life The Tamil film industry has also thrown its weight behind Mersal and Vijay General Secretary of Nadigar Sangam and the president of Tamil Film Producers’ Council Vishal also issued a statement in support of Mersal He thanked Vijay and the makers of Mersal for addressing social issues in their film “Political leaders asking to remove certain scenes in Mersal is the direct conflict of interest to freedom of expression In Hollywood several movies are made mocking the President of the US it’s democracy and we all have freedom of speech” Vishal said “It is impossible to please everyone A political party cannot decide what scene or a dialogue should be in a movie if that’s the case then what’s the use in having the censor board” he added “No one has the right to re-censor a move that already censored We all have our rights to express what we feel and it is our responsibility too” Actor-filmmaker Kamal Haasan who has suffered in the past due to political pressure in the past said there was no need to censor the film again “Mersal was certified Don’t re-censor it Counter criticism with logical response Dont silence critics India will shine when it speaks” Haasan said in a tweet Actor-politician Sarath Kumar also shared a similar sentiment about BJP demand “A film which is CERTIFIED by censor board cannot be questioned If questionable why censor board at all #Mersel” he tweeted “Here is the mindset of the BJP. 2017 An actor worldwide talks the lines written by the dialogue writer, discipline and efficiency. is perceived as a ticket to be taken seriously in their professions and even achieve class mobility. 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The GERC did not allow either the private players or the state power utility companies to increase tariff for the year 2009-10 The GERC had directed the four distribution companies of the state UGVCLPGVCLDGVCL and MGVCL to improve services including the distribution of losses and rationalise the tariff For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Namrata Zakaria | Updated: June 29 2015 11:46 am Your underwear is an expression of your politics Related News It is hard to open any site today and not find pictures of women in coloured bras smiling back at you Indian innerwear makers seem to be funding the digital revolution these days Zivame Clovia La Senza and Amante thank you Indians have had a complicated relationship with the brassiere While it may seem like we’ve only discovered the bra lately — going by the incessant advertising — there are historical records of bras during king Harshavardhan’s rule in the first century Going by any of our statues Indian womenfolk were rather liberated before Germaine Greer and her gal pals burnt their bras in protest Modern history says the bra is not part of Indian costume We wore fabric draped around the breasts and over one shoulder This would become the sari Later on we tailored blouses with triangular darts to hold us in place It is the British our beloved colonisers who we need to thank for introducing the brassiere to us and force modesty upon us Among all things related to clothing and culture the bra seems to be the most accurate chronicler of the status of women in the country The Indian woman is earning more today is more outgoing and more emancipated socially than she has ever been Her financial and social independence allows her to be confident and bold in her lingerie choices too Hence our several bra ads urging us to experiment with lace polka dots push-ups and cross-backs The world is in the Indian woman’s B-cup India’s lingerie market is estimated between Rs 10000 and Rs 15000 crore The Indian woman may spend Rs 600 on a shirt But her bra must cost Rs 2000 or above This if studies are accurate makes her bra her biggest fashion expense Lingerie brands are obviously forced to keep up with her Zivamecom’s advert shows women urged to openly state what they want from their lingerie Amante ads spoke of bras as boyfriends with their ‘Break Up With The Wrong Bra’ campaign This was among the first in advertising to discuss domestic violence and abuse with brilliant headlines such as ‘Suffocation is the worst kind of abuse’ ‘It all begins with nicks and cuts’ ‘Every woman deserves to be held right’ ‘How much longer will you adjust’ They offered statistics that eight out of 10 women wore the wrong size The double entendre was intended and effective Saudi Arabia in 2012 allowed women to sell bras to other women This was a landmark victory for women’s rights in that country famous for not allowing women to drive unless accompanied by an adult male family member Likewise until three summers ago women here were not allowed to buy lingerie unless accompanied by a male relative The sales staff was all male too so imagine their plight Women in lingerie retail obviously generates employment for them and hopefully opens up more avenues for social change I am currently poring over Greer’s The Madwoman’s Underclothes a collection of essays where the feminist icon discusses abortion cosmetic surgery vaginal deodorants John F Kennedy rape and other issues concerning women In an article published in The Sunday Times of 1971 she writes about going without wearing undies leave alone bras and sums it up best She writes “In any case clothes do not actually influence availability If all that stands between a male chauvinist and the accomplishment of his desires is a knicker then you’ve had it On the other hand if you know karate it doesn’t matter whether you are wearing pants (underpants) or not Clothes as protection haven’t worked since knights discovered their armor hampered them so much that they could be hacked down by the meanest foot soldier Ideally women should not be judged by their clothes more than men As long as women are judged easy or provocative based on their chosen mode of dress they are being judged as beings with significance only in relation with others The older generation is often puzzled that women who fling their clothes at rock concerts are not raped; they do not understand the connection is not with provocation but with freedom” Your underwear is an expression of your politics [email protected] For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express AppBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: September 12 2016 9:04 pm Roald Dahl (Source: Wikimedia) Top News Roald Dahl had his own misfortunes despite being from a fairly privileged background but fought relentlessly for his causes as he always believed dreams could come true no matter what the circumstances are says the wife of one of the world’s most loved children’s authors Felicity Dahl also says Roald did not enjoy parties on his birthday and preferred to be at home having a glass of wine and some good food but would have really been tickled by the Roald Dahl Day parties happening in schools As his fans and followers gear up to celebrate the centenary of his birth tomorrow Felicity shares her views on several topics including her husband’s works his popularity among children and movie adaptations of his works She says her husband who died in 1990 at the age of 74 would have been overwhelmed by the worldwide celebrations to mark the centenary of his birth “However he didn’t enjoy parties and preferred to be at home with his family where he could celebrate with a glass of wine and some good food – that is what he really enjoyed He also enjoyed visiting children in schools and feeling he had helped the teachers to inspire literacy in their pupils so I think he’d be especially tickled by the Roald Dahl Day parties happening in schools – and other venues – on his birthday in September” Felicity says On his views on life and childhood connect to those one finds in his books she says “During sleepless nights he would create dreams of glory which of course were then included in ‘The BFG’ As he wrote in ‘The Minpins’ ‘those who don’t believe in magic will never find it’ He believed that dreams could come true no matter what the circumstances Matilda James and Charlie’s dreams all came true Roald was from a fairly privileged background but he had his own misfortunes – his father died when he was a young boy and he experienced family tragedies later in life “However he fought relentlessly for his causes whether private such as the rehabilitation of his first wife after her strokes or public namely his passion for children’s literacy He was practical and a realist too When he was asked by young people how to become a writer he would tell them to become a mechanic or a plumber first then write later The rent always has to be paid” says Felicity Asked story was Roald most proud of she says “The BFG – he thought this was his classic I would say one among many classics” The BFG was written in 1982 and illustrated by Quentin Blake It is an expansion of a short story from Dahl’s 1975 book “Danny the Champion of the World” Roald shared a unique chemistry with Blake Says Felicity about it “For me without doubt it’s their observations of people Quentin interprets Roald’s characters with a visual humour and irresistible wickedness There was a mutual admiration and trust of each other’s work They had fun working together – it’s as simple as that” Since Roald’s death in 1990 Felicity has set up two charities in his name – Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity (formerly The Roald Dahl Foundation) and The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre “The two charities are immensely important to me Literacy was Roald’s crusade in life and medicine his passion He thought good teachers like Miss Honey were essential His admiration for doctors and nurses and the work they do to save lives and cure people was immeasurable” One of the most exciting new publications is The Oxford Roald Dahl Dictionary which includes both conventional language (as used by Roald) and many examples of Gobblefunk -the language he made up himself Asked about her favourite Gobblefunk word Felicity answers “Whizzpopping” On Steven Spielberg’s version of “The BFG” she says “Spielberg and Melissa Matheson have kept so true to the book and it captures the powerful bond between Sophie and the BFG which I think is the heart of the story I think he (Roald) would applaud Mark Rylance’s cinematic BFG – an extraordinary performance – Ruby Barnhill’s feisty interpretation of Sophie and Penelope Wilton’s marvellous queen” Roald was born in 1916 in Wales of Norwegian parents Educated in England he started work for the Shell Oil Company in Africa He began writing after a “monumental bash on the head” sustained as an RAF pilot during World War II For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Kolkata | Published: September 4 2017 12:13 pm West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee (Express photo by Neeraj Priyadarshi) Related News West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday greeted the Malayalees on the occasion of Onam festival “On the auspicious occasion of Onam I extend my heartiest greetings to my Malayalee brothers and sisters all over the world” Banerjee tweeted Onam an annual harvest festival celebrated by the Keralites falls in the Malayalam month of Chingam (August–September) For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News and, A candidate needs 38 first-preference votes for getting elected. download Indian Express App More Related News nightmares, The participants completed an online questionnaire that examined insomnia symptoms.
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