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The success of ISIS in recruiting a handful of Indian youth has spurred Al Qaeda into marketing itself in South Asia, Master Michels At this point in the World Cup,” a press release by the BCCI said on Monday. download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Dipti Sharma | New Delhi | Updated: August 1,protest against Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant,000,according to the Glen Rose Reporter Witnesses reported she had placed her child in thefamily’s oven Somervell County Sheriff’s Department confirmed that thechild was taken by ambulance to Texas Health Harris MethodistHospital in Fort Worth and then transported via air ambulanceto Parkland Burn Center in Dallas Officials said the child has since been taken from thefamily’s custody and is being treated for second and thirddegree burns A former co-worker of Hatcher’s said the child isbelieved to be in stable condition The incident comes after another shocking incident in theUS state of Ohio in which a four-year-old boy died after hisstepmother allegedly put his legs in scalding hot water aspunishment Anna Ritchie 25 put her stepson Austin Derreck Cooper’slegs in very hot water in a bathtub before sending him to bedat their home in Franklin Ohio Ritchie was charged withchild endangering PTI By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: April 30 2017 8:32 pm Vikram Bhatt opens up about his personal relationship with Sushmita Sen and Ameesha Patel Related News Vikram Bhatt recently confessed more about his alleged affairs with Bollywood actors Ameesha Patel and Sushmita Sen The director spoke about his personal life like never before and revealed that he feels more like a collection of wrecks and it was not any single relationship that ruined him Vikram Bhatt worked with Sushmita Sen when he wrote Dastak which was directed by Mahesh Bhatt He also directed a film called Ankahee which is apparently based on Sushmita Sen and stars Ameesha Patel The director was known to have had an affair with both of them but it was apparently his relationship with Sushmita Sen that broke his marriage with childhood sweetheart Aditi Vikram got candid during an interview to HT Brunch He said that when he was separated from his wife and daughter he had contemplated suicide But he also stresses that it has nothing to do with Sushmita “That was not because of Sushmita That was because of what I’d done to my life I had gotten divorced my film Ghulam was yet to be released I was only Sushmita Sen’s boyfriend I was depressed I missed my daughter like crazy…I had just made a mess of my life” said Vikram “I don’t think any one relationship in my life has wrecked me I think I am a collection of wrecks” he added He also said that he regretted hurting his family the most and also observes that at that point in time he was a cunning coward “I regret hurting my wife and my child and abandoning them I regret the pain I caused them I always believe that when you’re not courageous you become cunning I did not have the courage to tell Aditi how I felt And it was all happening together it was a big mess I regret being weak at that time Had I not been weak things would have been different today But when I look back in hindsight it’s all about growing up and everything teaches you something at least” he said Also read |In today’s India the mind is not without fear: Filmmaker Vikram Bhatt When speaking about his recent book the writer-director also said that his affairs were shallow “There’s nothing about Sushmita or Ameesha in this book While they may have been my most-known relationships I think they were the shallow ones” This is also why he never considered marrying either of them apparently He said “No I didn’t want to marry either of them And it’s not like there’s any bitterness There’s too much water under the bridge now” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsPublished: February 5 2014 1:10 am Related News HS Brahma Recently I was in Thimphu Bhutan to participate in the meeting of the Forum of Election Management Bodies of South Asia (FEMBoSA) as head of the Indian delegation and also to hand over the chairmanship of the FEMBoSA to the chief election commissioner of Bhutan My earlier visit to Bhutan was in 2005 — when I was joint secretary ministry of home affairs — to participate in the Indo-Bhutan bilateral cooperation meeting This was before democracy was introduced in Bhutan in 2008 As a result this visit was quite interesting The socio-economic and infrastructural transformation has been remarkable The political landscape has also undergone a remarkable change from monarchy to democracy The democratisation of the erstwhile kingdom has been a long time coming The kingdom of Bhutan like the northeastern region of India has ethnic cultural and linguistic differences Therefore the changeover to democracy was opportune Democratic countries do well in political participation and human rights protection as also in socio-economic development to meet the aspirations of various groups — ethnic as well as social It is the best tool and guarantor of peace and stability which are the foundations of economic and social development Earlier Paro and Thimphu used to be simple serene and eco-friendly and one saw few high-rises there The airport city of Paro was dotted with some traditional buildings It was the same in Thimphu where multistorey buildings above 15 metres (47 feet) were negligible in number Most homes and hotels in Thimphu were built in the traditional Bhutanese style However today the whole valley in Thimphu has been transformed into multistorey buildings including hotels and commercial complexes It has become the hub of both commercial and business activities in the country apart from government establishments One is pleased to see business and trade continue jostling late in the evening in the town full of local shoppers and foreign tourists Thimphu has decidedly and radically changed into a modern vibrant and dynamic city One concern would be that since the Thimphu valley has a limited space and plain area unless the government adopts a proper masterplan for its development it will turn into a concrete jungle with limited open space and greenery once its hallmark The capital had a lot of greenery around it but due to development and the creation of urban infrastructure as well as the inflow of local citizens it has started to disappear This needs to be arrested This is the bane of many such cities around the world In the political arena too the new democratic kingdom has come a long way The first election of 2008 was a watershed; the last general election of July 2013 went off peacefully The kingdom uses around 5000 Indian-made EVM machines to elect 72 parliamentarians both to the Upper House and Lower House Voters are satisfied with the EVMs and feel that the Voter Verified Paper Audit Trail (VVPAT) recently introduced in India could also be used in Bhutan in the near future Fortunately I could attend the closing ceremony of Bhutan’s National Assembly on October 1 where the king was ceremonially present It was an interesting and solemn affair where both the ruling party and the opposition sit together in the National Assembly without any distinction unlike other democracies where they have separate sitting arrangements for the treasury and opposition During the one-hour ceremony I observed a tremendous feeling of goodwill and bonhomie It was followed by high tea in the open courtyard where everyone wished each other in the spirit of friendship despite their political differences This is unique I hasten to add that the pursuit of gross national happiness their mission and vision could be seen at this social and communal gathering One thing that was heartening for me was the loyalty and affection towards India shown by Bhutanese officials They are candid in their admission that India is a great country in terms of size resources and capacity They look upon India as a source of strength and support admitting that Bhutan cannot offer much except its loyalty and cooperation They expect India to reciprocate in a similar manner They feel that the government of India should respond to their requests that projects and programmes undertaken by the Indian government in their country should be attended to on a priority basis and in a responsible manner so that mutual benefits accrue to the people of both countries A specific area that could be jointly managed by India and Bhutan is improving tourism between our two countries I still remember the 2004 offer of a few enterprising youths from Myanmar and Manipur who were keen to start eco- and religious tourism between Myanmar India and Bhutan through the Moreh checkpost (in Manipur) In those days the plan was to bring both eco- and religious tourists to India to visit the Kaziranga and Manas sanctuaries in Assam and then proceed to Thimphu After halting for a few days in Thimphu they would visit the monasteries and then return by road to Jaldapara sanctuary Bagdogra and Kolkata Bhutan offers a big opportunity for both religious and eco-tourism Important places like Bumthang Gangtay Gasa Dagala hold attractions for religious-minded people of all ages These places are dotted with age-old monasteries where people can spend days together in search of peace tranquillity and spirituality Unfortunately this plan could not be developed because of certain bilateral factors and legal issues However the door is still open to try again The writer is election commissioner of India Views are personal For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew York: A new Islamic State video is taunting those grieving after the Orlando mass shooting celebrating the attack and calling for more strikes like it in San Francisco and Las Vegas This was the second video praising the Florida massacre Representational image AFP The video came just as people in San Francisco were celebrating LGBT pride over the weekend with heightened security measures in place across the city two weeks after 49 people were gunned down in cold blood at the Pulse gay club in Orlando Fifty-three other people were injured in the attack The video glorifying the hideous crime according to RT Online has emerged just days after another made by an alleged American Islamic State fighter According to PJ Media the footage comes courtesy of Islamic Stateitself and was made in Mosul It features several international IS fighters two of them French-speaking and one Bosnian Muslim speaking directly to the camera Nearly all threats of this sort feature similar content this one was no exception It featured iconic San Francisco landmarks such as the Golden Gate Bridge and the Financial District It also shows President Barack Obama’s speeches a slideshow of Orlando shooter Omar Mateen and footage shot by Paris murderer Larossi Abballa who on 13 June claimed the lives of a police commander and his partner A message was included in the video that read: “Arise O Muslims and kill the unbelievers in their own homes” This is in keeping with the now traditional calls for more lone wolf attacks on the US the terrorists have been issuing The Golden Gate footage appears to have been taken with a handheld camera possibly a cell phone while taking a walk along the pedestrian walkway San Francisco police did not report any ongoing plots or investigations into potential attacks at this time Written by SUKHBIR SIWACH | Chandigarh | Published: July 18 2017 6:14 am Former CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda said “This time the MLAs have voted after listening to their inner voice”(Express Photo by Jaipal Singh) Top News AFTER THE ink controversy during the 2016 Rajya Sabha polls in Haryana AICC observer Charan Das Mahant and Haryana Pradesh Congress Committee (HPCC) president Ashok Tanwar were not allowed to enter the Assembly complex during the presidential poll on Monday Soon after security personnel stopped them at the Assembly gate Congress lodged a complaint with the Election Commission around 12:30 pm Das is a former Union minister while Tanwar is a former Lok Sabha MP from Sirsa “I can’t understand whether it’s dadagiri or alertness We have not come to influence the voting but to see how many MLAs were coming to cast their votes” said Das In the letter to the EC Tanwar Das and Congress Legislature Party (CLP) leader Kiran Choudhry said “Its unfortunate and this is the first time that the PCC president and the AICC observer were not allowed to enter the Assembly premises In the past they used to allow us to sit in the conference room to meet the MLAs While in the Assembly gallery unauthorised people are there to intimidate the MLAs” The Congress leaders in the letter said during the Rajya Sabha election last year there was a pen controversy in the Haryana Assembly and state and Election Commission officials were well aware of it “Today in all other states concerned State Election Commission allowed PCC president and AICC observers to be present on the Assembly premises If we look at the history then the role of the state government has been dictatorial and wrong attitude towards the Congress party…” they added The Congress leaders demanded that the people responsible should be punished and the Election Commission should ensure that “partisan practice should be reprehended” Assistant Returning Officer (ARO) Pankaj Agarwal said two polling agents of opposition candidate Meira Kumar – Karan Singh Dalal and Geeta Bhukkal – were present at the place of polling “There was no mention of the AICC observer and the PCC president on the list provided by the EC of the persons allowed to enter the voting place” he said Keeping in view the 2016 ink controversy a special pen was supplied by the Election Commission this time for marking the vote on the ballot paper A poster carrying detailed instructions regarding the polling including asking the MLAs to mark their votes only with the designated pen for the purpose was put up near the entry gate of the Assembly Though no mobile phone was allowed inside the place of polling still a few videos have emerged showing MLAs casting their votes “The matter has come to our notice We will see what action can be taken in the matter” said Agarwal adding that all the 90 MLAs exercised their right to vote at the booth set up in the Assembly complex Replying to a question regarding the possibility of cross-voting Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said he did not think that there would be any cross-voting in the state “The MLAs supporting the NDA have voted for Kovind” Former CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda said “This time the MLAs have voted after listening to their inner voice” During the Rajya Sabha polls in June 2016 the votes of 12 Congress MLAs were declared invalid for marking their preferences with a pen having a different ink colour than the one supplied officially In September 2016 the EC had indicted Haryana Assembly Secretary R K Nandal who was the returning officer for the June 2016 Rajya Sabha election Owing to the ink controversy last year this time an IAS officer (Agarwal) presided over the presidential election in the state For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Published: October 5 2017 6:52 pm Aditi will start as a firm favourite this year (Source: File) Top News India’s Aditi Ashok will look to retain her crown at the 2017 Hero Women’s Indian Open which will take place at the picturesque DLF Golf and Country Club Gurgaon from November 9 to 12 The USD 400000 event now in its 11th year will field previous champions and Order of Merit winners who will battle for top honours Headlining the filed will be the likes of Emily Kristine Pedersen (winner of Hero Women’s Indian Open 2015) Beth Allen (winner LET Order of Merit 2016) and Belen Mozo (runner-up at the Hero Women’s Indian Open 2016) besides defending champion Aditi The flagship event co-sanctioned by the Ladies European Tour (LET) and the Women’s Golf Association of India (WGAI) will also feature World No 21 Carlota Ciganda from Spain who will be the top-ranked player in the field Emily Pedersen currently ranked 23 on the LET OOM with total career earnings of 34184839 in seven appearances will also be seen in action The winner of the Hero Women’s Indian Open 2015 Emily has competed in 16 LET tournaments and secured 6 top-15 finishes on the way to finishing the season in the seventh position on the LET order of merit in 2016 She will be keen to move up the ladder with a strong performance in India this year Aditi will start as a firm favourite this year After winning the Hero Women’s Indian Open she went on to claim the Qatar Ladies Open 2016 Another Indian player who will be keen to make a mark will be Vani Kapoor She finished tied 36 at the Lalla Meryem Cup and is currently placed seventh in the Hero Order of Merit (WGAI) with total earnings of INR 521000 and three victories in five appearances She will be playing on her home turf at the DLF Golf and Country Club alongside a strong Indian contingent which includes Gaurika Bishnoi Amandeep Drall and Neha Tripathi The coveted tournament will be played on India’s only Gary Player course situated in Gurgaon The challenging signature ‘Black Knight’ course tested the mantle of the women professionals last year with its dramatic landforms rock quarries large lakes and extensive landscaping It is now all set to play host to another memorable Hero Women’s Indian Open For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top Newshad five members. 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