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in common with the rest of mankind. Mitra had unsuccessful contested in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls from Kolkata North against TMC’s Sudip Bandopadhaya and had lost his deposit. through YASHADA, The South African constitution provides for a judicial appointment commission,222 square feet area on the ground floor and a speed boat will be provided to facilitate the staff from the mainland – Dhamakhali to Hemnagar – in case of emergency. Addressing the 2, a wonder unheard of entirely in the Hindi film industry. To blame only him would be to absolve the holier-than-thou Hindi film industry that is up in arms against him. PTI 2013 12:05 am Related News Beyond the few new measures and fiscal tweaking here and there.

goalkeepers,rising stars coaches and umpires Sreejesh had led India to the Asian Champions Trophy crown and a silver medal at the Champions Trophy last year Drag-flicker Harmanpreet on the other hand played a key role in the junior team’s World Cup triumph in Lucknow Although the FIH Hockey Stars Awards have been presented for a number of years to winners across the world this first Awards ceremony marks a key milestone The FIH will conduct the ceremony in partnership withHockey India The ceremony celebrate the success of all nominatedcandidates providing an opportunity to reflect on what was atruly remarkable year for hockey the FIH said in a statement Looking back at the Hockey Champions Trophies Rio 2016Olympic Games the Hockey Junior World Cups and all other key hockey events from the past year the awards ceremony willshowcase hockey’s superstars at their best The entire ceremony will be livestreamed via FIH’sYouTube channel “This Awards ceremony is yet another example of hockeyincreasing the degree of professionalism across all levels ofthe sport a key component of the FIH’s 10-year HockeyRevolution strategy” FIH President Narinder Dhruv Batra said “These Awards are an important opportunity to generatemore followers around the globe by raising the profiles ofhockey’s athletes coaches and officials “By creating hockey heroes who appeal to all sports fans not just hockey fanatics it is hoped that these stars will become household names as hockey’s profile continues to grow This is essential to our strategy’s overarching goal – to make hockey a global game that inspires the next generation” he added FIH Player of the Year: Women: Alex Danson (GBR); Carla Rebecchi (ARG); KateRichardson-Walsh (GBR); Naomi van As (NED); Stacey Michelsen(NZL) Men: Gonzalo Peillat (ARG); John-John Dohmen (BEL);Moritz Fürste (GER); Pedro Ibarra (ARG); Tobias Hauke (GER) FIH Goalkeeper of the Year Women: Belen Succi (ARG); Jackie Briggs (USA); Joyce Sombroek (NED); Kristina Reynolds (GER); Maddie Hinch (GBR) Men: David Harte (IRL); Jaap Stockmann (NED); Juan Vivaldi (ARG); PR Sreejesh (IND); Vincent Vanasch (BEL) FIH Rising Star of the Year (Players Under-23) Women: Florencia Habif (ARG); Kathryn Slattery (AUS); Lily Owsley (GBR); Maria Granatto (ARG); Nike Lorenz (GER) Men: Arthur van Doren (BEL); Christopher Rühr (GER);Harmanpreet Singh (IND); Jorrit Croon (NED); Timm Herzbruch(GER) FIH Coach of the Year Women: Alyson Annan (AUS); Janneke Schopman (USA); Karen Brown (GBR) Men: Carlos Retegui (ARG); Danny Kerry (GBR); Shane McLeod (NZL) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Bengaluru | Published: August 7 2015 5:46 pm “The Baba Amte film has been the turning point of my career because I could meet the Amte family” says Sonali Kulkarni Related News Actress Sonali Kulkarni says being part of 2014 Marathi film “Dr Prakash Baba Amte – The Real Hero” was a turning point in her career The film was a biopic on the lives of Dr Prakash Baba Amte the son of the great social worker Baba Amte and his wife Mandakini Amte It also starred Nana Patekar and Mohan Agashe “The Baba Amte film has been the turning point of my career because I could meet the Amte family I could see their work in close quarters The Marathi version was a huge success The Hindi version of the same film is due to release this year” Sonali told PTI Share This Article Related Article When asked about her presence in regional movies besides Bollywood films Sonali said “I feel really proud that I have been very active during my pregnancy I did films like ‘Deool’ ‘Singham’ (Hindi) and ‘Good Road’ (Gujarati)” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 2 2016 5:09 am Justice Khelhar urged the students of the law department to be incorruptible and never compromise the issue of honesty and integrity Ravi Kanojia Top News India as a country is fighting a long-drawn battle against corruption but somehow it is failing to overpower it because it is a deep rooted menace The only hope is that the future generations which if guided properly about the harm it is causing will be able to combat this disease This was what Supreme Court Judge Justice Jagdish Singh Khehar said while dwelling on the issue of corruption at the Panjab University’s convocation function on Saturday in Chandigarh He urged the students of the law department to be incorruptible and never compromise the issue of honesty and integrity “Two things — being incorruptible and integrity — will give you a sense of honour and fulfillment in life” he said Justice Khehar who is also an alumnus of the Panjab Univeristy recalling his student days said that he could say from his experience that bookworms rarely make it to the top in life “I strongly feel that mediocre students become more successful in life” “I owe everything to the teachers and faculty of the law department For eleven years I came here every day and the university transformed me It polished my thinking faculty and enabled me to spot the difference between wrong and right As a lawyer that’s all you need to do” he said However Khehar was also of the view that the lawyers in today’s world of globalisation need to think beyond the jurisdiction and have a broader vision in mind “In order to become accomplished lawyers they need to have overall knowledge of science philosophy and history he added “When I used to teach here I used to get paid Rs 600 With that money we would go to the movies and restaurants” Khehar said while recalling the time spent in the varsity “It was just an amazing time” he added October 1 also marks the birthday of the university The university was recommended on this day in Shimla in 1947 and is also the birthday of former dean of Faculty of Law Gk Chatrath More then 600 Students were given degrees on Saturday and the toppers from 2014- 2015 batch were rewarded with Rs 5100 in cash Chief Justice of Punjab and Haryana High Court Justice Shiavax Jal Vazifdar was the guest of honour at the convocation For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Rio De Janeiro | Updated: August 8 2016 11:28 pm Caroline Wozniacki is currently ranked 53rd in the World Ranking (Source: Reuters) Top News Czech Republic’s Petra Kvitova knocked out former world number one Caroline Wozniacki in the second round of the Rio Olympics on Monday in another poorly attended tennis match on centre court Two-time Wimbledon winner Kvitova overpowered Wozniacki 6-2 6-4 to progress to the third round where she will face either Russia’s Ekaterina Makarova or Slovakia’s Anna Karolina Schmiedlova “It was a tough draw for me Petra played well today really played aggressively and got me on my heels a little bit” said Wozniacki ranked 53 in the world after an injury-ravaged season Wozniacki’s participation had been in doubt as injury prevented her from fulfilling the minimum number of Davis and Fed Cup appearances required in a four-year Olympic cycle to qualify for the Games But she made it to Rio where she was Denmark’s flagbearer in the opening ceremony Wozniacki’s match like most of the other contests in the first three days of the tennis tournament was played in a stadium that was more than half empty Olympics organisers say about 82 percent of all Olympic tickets have been sold out but for tennis which boasts some of the world’s most recognisable sports stars attendance has been far below that level For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: November 17 2011 11:17 am Related News One in 12 young peoplemostly girlsengage in self-harming such as cuttingburning or taking life-threatening risks and around 10 per cent of these continue to deliberately harm themselves into young adulthooda study found on Thursday Since self-harming is one of the strongest predictors of who will go on to commit suicidethe psychiatrists who conducted the study said they hoped its findings would help galvanise support for more active and earlier intervention for people at risk The numbers we’re talking about here are hugesaid Keith Hawton of the Centre for Suicide Research at Britain’s Oxford Universitywho reviewed the findings at a briefing in London George Pattonwho led the study at the Centre for Adolescent Health at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute in MelbourneAustraliasaid the findings revealed a window of vulnerability when young people were in their mid-teens and often struggling with emotional control Self-harming represents a way of dealing with those emotionshe told the briefing In a report of their work in the Lancet medical journalPatton’s team also said young people who self-harm often have mental health problems that might not resolve without treatment Because of the association between self-harm and suicide…the treatment of common mental disorders during adolescence could constitute an important…component of suicide prevention in young adultsthey said Self-harm is a global health problem and is especially common among girls and women aged 15 to 24 Experts say they fear rates of self-abuse in this age group may be rising According to the World Health Organisationalmost a million people die from suicide each yeargiving a mortality rate of 16 per 100000or one death every 40 seconds In the last 45 yearssuicide rates have increased by 60 per cent worldwide MELTING POT In this studyPatton and Paul Moran of King’s College London’s Institute of Psychiatry followed a sample of young people in VictoriaAustralia aged from around 15 to around 29 between 1992 and 2008 A total of 1802 people responded in the adolescent phaseand 149or 8 per centof them reported self-harm More girls than boys said they self-harmed — with rates of 10 per cent and 6 per cent respectivelytranslating to a 60 per cent increased risk of self-harm in girls compared with boys Moran said a combination of hormonal changes during pubertybrain changes in the mid-teens with the final development of the pre-frontal cortex — the brain area associated with planning personality expression and moderating behaviour — and environmental factors such as peer pressureemotional difficulties and family tensions appeared to be key factors Hormonal changes are highly likely to be important in creating a sort of chemical melting pot which is very ripe for environmental factors to start working on — particularly difficult family dynamicshe said Cutting and burning was the most common form of self-harm for adolescentswith other methods such as poisoningtaking overdosesand battery also featuring By the time the participants reached young adulthoodhoweverrates of self-harm dropped dramatically so that by age 29less than 1 per cent of participants reported deliberately doing something they knew would hurt or endanger themselves The researchers said while it was reassuring that around 90 per cent of teenagers who report self-harm are no longer doing it in adulthoodit was also important to recognise the high risks for the 10 per cent who continue to do so as they grow up Hawton said previous studies had shown that self-harmers who come into hospital during their teenage and young adult years are 100 times more likely than the general population to commit suicide For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Bangkok | Published: August 11 2016 5:29 pm Head of the Army’s cyber technology centre Maj-General Ritti Indarawud said the Army will introduce measures to regulate the playing of the game by military personnel after monsters were found inside Army compounds and other restricted areas Top News Thai cellular service providers have agreed to draw “play zones” for Pokemon Go while the US developer of the augmented reality game will be asked to make certain places off limits to character hunters for security safety and other reasons Government House will be one of the no-entry locations for “monster” hunters as are other public offices temples hospitals and private property Areas like railway tracks roads and riverbanks will also be red zones Head of the Army’s cyber technology centre Maj-General Ritti Indarawud said the Army will introduce measures to regulate the playing of the game by military personnel after monsters were found inside Army compounds and other restricted areas “Motorists would be fined Rs 800 to 2000 if found playing the game while driving” police said “Police officials will also be subjected to disciplinary action if they are caught engaging in the game while on duty” they said Takorn Tantasith secretary-general of Thailand’s National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission said telecom firms also backed a suggestion that Pokemon Go fans should not be allowed to play the game at night to avoid untoward incidents True Corp a local licensee of Pokemon Go will send a request to the US developer Niantic Inc asking for its cooperation Takorn said adding the game developer would also be informed of Thailand’s restricted areas and other places involving national security Telecom firms will also have to publish handbooks for parents to advice their children on safety and other aspects involved in playing the game Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan who is also defence minister said “the game developer needs to avoid having players chase Pokemon in restricted areas” “People need to be careful while playing the game in public places to avoid accidents and violating the rights of other people” he said For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Anuradha Mascarenhas | Pune | Published: November 15 2016 12:50 am According to the National Kidney Foundation some 700 kidney-pancreas transplants were done in the US last year Top News “I have already made a list of sweets I want to eat starting with Rasgullas” says a tired but happy 29-year-old Pavan Motwani who underwent the first dual kidney-pancreas transplant performed in the state at Pune’s Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital According to the National Kidney Foundation some 700 kidney-pancreas transplants were done in the US last year Watch What Else Is making News This is the first such transplant in Maharashtra Aarti Gokhale Central Coordinator for Zonal Transplant Coordination Committee Western Zone told The Indian Express At Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital Pavan is recovering from the transplant performed on November 6 According to Dhananjay Kelkar chief medical director of the hospital Pavan’s donor was a young boy who died in a road accident “Expert transplant surgeons Dr Vrushali Patil and Dr Ninad Deshmukh performed the operation in eight hours” Dr Kelkar said Pavan who hails from Ambegaon had to take insulin twice a day since he was 10 due to juvenile type 1 diabetes “My eyesight grew weak I had neuropathy and my kidneys failed I had to undergo dialysis thrice a week and had to give up my job at a multinational firm” said Pavan a post-graduate in management studies Pavan’s father runs a small garment shop and his mother is a housewife “It was difficult for my son to even walk Fore three years he had just been in and out of hospitals” his mother said Dr Vrushali Patil said that the procedure is painstaking and not many hospitals are equipped to carry it out “Pavan was in a bad shape puffed up and giddy While the pancreas-kidney transplant is used as a last resort In type 1 diabetes the pancreas don’t make enough insulin — a hormone that controls body’s blood sugar level— so new pancreas can make insulin and correct this disease Today Pavan is free from diabetes” Patil said “Already I have a lot of positive energy” added Pavan For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Published: August 16 2017 11:19 am Officials with Los Alamos National Laboratory and the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science said they were able to peer deep into the skull of a ”Bisti Beast” a T rex relative that lived millions of years ago in what is now northwestern New Mexico (Image Source: AP) Related News Researchers at a top US laboratory announced that they have produced the highest resolution scan ever done of the inner workings of a fossilised tyrannosaur skull using neutron beams and high-energy X-rays resulting in new clues that could help paleontologists piece together the evolutionary puzzle of the monstrous T rex Officials with Los Alamos National Laboratory and the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science said they were able to peer deep into the skull of a ”Bisti Beast” a T rex relative that lived millions of years ago in what is now northwestern New Mexico The images detail the dinosaur’s brain and sinus cavities the pathways of some nerves and blood vessels and teeth that formed but never emerged Thomas Williamson the museum’s curator of paleontology and part of the team that originally collected the specimen in the 1990s said the scans are helping paleontologists figure out how the different species within the T rex family relate to each other and how they evolved ”We’re unveiling the internal anatomy of the skull so we’re going to see things that nobody has ever seen before” he said during a news conference Tuesday T rex and other tyrannosaurs were huge dominant predators but they evolved from much smaller ancestors The fossilized remnants of the Bisti Beast or Bistahieversor sealeyi were found in the Bisti/De-Na-Zin Wilderness Area near Farmington New Mexico Dry dusty badlands today the area in the time of the tyrannosaur would have been a warmer swampy environment with more trees The species lived about 10 million years before T rex Scientists have said it represents one of the early tyrannosaurs that had many of the advanced features including big-headed bone-crushing characteristics and small forelimbs that were integral for the survival of T rex The fossilized remnants of the Bisti Beast or Bistahieversor sealeyi were found in the Bisti/De-Na-Zin Wilderness Area near Farmington New Mexico Dry dusty badlands today the area in the time of the tyrannosaur would have been a warmer swampy environment with more trees (Image Source: AP) Officials said the dinosaur’s skull is the largest object to date for which full high-resolution neutron and X-ray CT scans have been done at Los Alamos The technology is typically used for the lab’s work on defense and national security The thickness of the skull which spans 40 inches (102 centimeters) required stronger X-rays than those typically available to penetrate the fossil That’s where the lab’s electron and proton accelerators came in Sven Vogel who works at the Los Alamos Neutron Science Center said the three-dimensional scanning capabilities at the lab have produced images that allow paleontologists to see the dinosaur much as it would have been at the time of its death rather than just the dense mineral outline of the fossil that was left behind after tens of millions of years The team which included staff from the University of New Mexico and the University of Edinburgh is scheduled to present its work at an international paleontology conference in Canada next week Kat Schroeder a PhD candidate at the University of New Mexico who has been working on the project for about a year said the scanning technology has the ability to uncover detail absent in traditional X-rays and the resulting three-dimensional images can be shared with fellow researchers around the world without compromising the integrity the original fossil Schroeder’s work centers understanding the behavior of dinosaurs so seeing the un-erupted teeth in the Bisti Beast’s upper jaw was exciting ”Looking at how fast they’re replacing teeth tells us something about how fast they’re growing which tells me something about how much energy they need and how active they were” she said ”It’s those little things that enable us to understand more and more about prehistoric environments” For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related Newsfor the first time,Written by Adam Halliday | Ahmedabad | Published: September 18if and how agriculture would be impacted due to salinity ingress ? but of course for me they are the favorites,01 per cent octroi. according to manager Sam Allardyce, Convicted under section 3 (4) MCOCA, the appeal of Marzban, Share This Article Related Article However.

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who delivered the verdict amid heavy security, The quantum of sentence is expected to be announced on Friday. Benjamin Wess, Gagan feels good and offers him home cooked meal. So its never been a point of concern or issue, the varsity has started the process to shortlist 200. Related News How depressed do farmers feel on a daily basis How excited are they about what lies ahead How often do they feel like ending their life In a first the Punjab Agricultural University (PAU) Ludhiana has started work on a three-year study under National Agricultural Science Fund (NACF) of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) Delhi under which experts would be creating a stress index and psychological resource index (PRI) of farmers in Punjab Punjab is one of the three states apart from Telangana and Maharashtra selected for the project by ICAR due to the high farmer suicide rate in the three states ICAR has released Rs 135 crore for this three-year study The study will analyse the data collected from at least 1000 farmers in Punjab to measure their stress levels and whether they are mentally strong enough to handle it While the stress index will study stress levels based on eight statistical tools the psychological resource index will assess their strength and steps needed to improve it Since PAU does not have a psychology department it is being assisted by Punjabi University Patiala to prepare questionnaires and other material Telangana State Agricultural University in Hyderabad and Marathwada Agricultural University in Maharashtra will conduct the study in their states PAU will also train 200 Peer Support Volunteers (PSVs) under the project for counselling farmers at the village level Having received over 1000 applications the varsity has started the process to shortlist 200 Dr Sarabjeet Singh head of the department of agricultural journalism and principal investigator of the project said “We have named the project Utshah The study has two major components – stress index and psychological resource index Stress index of the farmers will be measured on the basis of eight tools including depression suicidal tendencies resilience hopelessness among others It will be a qualitative as well as a quantitative study as apart from interviews we shall also collect data and create an index on stress levels of farmers On the lines of World Health Organisation (WHO) we will be starting psychological aid for farmers at the village level” Under the PRI there will be a study on whether farmers are mentally strong enough to handle problems “A farmer under Rs 2 lakh debt is committing suicide but a farmer with Rs 20 lakh debt is not So it is resilience and coping skills which differ A separate index will include data on the mental preparedness of farmers to cope with odds in life” said Sarabjeet adding that the final report would be submitted to ICAR “Once 200 PSVs are finalised in the coming three months they will be working at the village level on the basis of which 1000 farmers will be selected for this study” The varsity would be training volunteers in various aspects of psychology like positivity in life listening to farmers with compassion giving them hope eliminating suicidal tendencies and hopelessness among others “We are selecting them on the basis of personal interviews Not everyone can be a counsellor for farmers There has to be some skills and knowledge about agriculture” said Sarabjeet He added that it was surprising that despite being one of the most stressful professions the farming community does not have any psychological aid to handle stress “It is one of the biggest factors leading to suicide The project aims at measuring those stress levels on different scales and factors In the current world almost every professional needs some help to handle stress but farmers are not being provided any In fact they are most vulnerable to mental issues as farming is one of the most stressful professions now” For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sadaf Modak | Mumbai | Published: April 16 2017 3:38 am Top News Over six years after being declared an absconder in a rape case a film director came before the sessions court this week seeking bail The court however rejected his bail on April 12 and remanded him in judicial custody till April 26 Ramkumar Kumavat who had directed music videos and small-budget films was arrested in July 2009 for the rape of an aspiring actor According to an FIR registered at Versova police station the victim had said that Kumavat met her while he was directing a dance album He called her to his office and had forcible sexual intercourse with her by telling her that she would need to make ‘some adjustment’ if she wanted to make progress in the film industry Kumavat was arrested on July 24 2009 based on the actor’s complaint and he had applied for bail before sessions court He then approached the Bombay High Court which granted him bail in November 2009 Out on bail Kumavat attended court regularly for a few months till March 2010 after which he was declared absconding Recently Kumavat approached the court seeking bail He claimed that in 2010 he went to Dubai for work-related commitment and to earn his livelihood He claimed that due to financial difficulties he was prosecuted for issuance of bad cheques and arrested in Dubai The director said he was behind bars for a few days and therefore he could not return to India This week Kumavat sought bail from the sessions court again stating that he will attend court regularly The prosecution objected to the bail stating that he had committed breach of bail bonds and had not attended court for more than eight years Observing that he was involved in a serious crime the court rejected his bail plea The court observed that despite being declared an absconder Kumavat remained absent for more than eight years “Had he appeared and attended court regularly this case would have been decided much prior to this date No justified reason is given by the applicant for his absence He should not have gone to Dubai keeping criminal case pending in India” the court said It further observed that Kumavat had not produced any evidence to show that he was in a Dubai jail in connection with a criminal case against him [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: December 29 2016 10:14 pm From Hrithik Roshan’s family to Sanjay Dutt watch out for the exotic holiday plans of 2017 Bollywood stars have planned for themselves Top News Only two days left for a fresh new year to begin and like many other people the stars of Bollywood have also planned their own vacation to celebrate New Year While some chose exotic locations others took to the hills Check out some of their exotic plans Aamir Khan Aamir Khan can rest easy now Reports had arrived that he was quite nervous before the release of Dangal But going by the tremendous continuous success of Dangal he has every reason to pop open a bottle of champagne The actor has taken off to Panchgani with family and friends to celebrate New Year Sanjay Dutt The actor will be bringing in the occasion with his wife Manyata and twins out of the country It makes the occasion even more special for the actor who will be making the most with his family Saif Ali Khan Unlike others Saif Ali Khan will have a quiet New Year with his baby boy and wife Kareena Kapoor This will be the kiddo Taimur’s first celebration with parents Jacqueline Fernandez After shooting for a chat show Jacqueline Fernandez is all set to fly off to Colombo where she will celebrate New Year with her family Radhika Apte Phenomenal actress Radhika Apte have given herself every reason to celebrate her success After critically acclaimed films like Phobia Parched and Kabali she has flown off to her second home London all set to bring in 2017 with her family Yami Gautam With various projects Yami Gautam has kept himself really busy for years The actress who is busy with Kaabil and Sarkar 3 will be giving the new year a skip and will be busy with her work schedule Prabhas Prabhas who otherwise lies low will most probably be having a working New Year as the actor is busy with the shoot of the most awaited film on 2017 Bahubali 2 Hrithik Roshan Hrithik Roshan and ex-wife Sussanne Khan are holidaying with sons Hrehaan and Hridhaan in Mumbai It has been a hectic year for Hrithik Roshan with all the legal cases being slammed at him He was recently spotted with his former wife Sussanne Khan and kids in Dubai The whole family were spotted together after a long time which only raise more hopes for their fans Priyanka Chopra The desi girl turned global icon decided to have some desi fun in Goa Priyanka Chopra too announced that she will spend time with family at her Goa farmhouse Twinkle Khanna and Akshay Kumar It wouldn’t be completely wrong to give the Kumar’s best family of Bollywood 2016 award as they truly have set the best icon The two have planned a long vacation along with their kids to Cape Town South Africa Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh Putting aside all break up rumours the two have decided to take a break from the sets of Padmavati and head off for a vacation in Dubai Kajol and Ajay Devgn The whole family of Devgns have already left to celebrate New Year in London before Christmas That has been one of their favourite vacation spots for a long time For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsSridevi Boney Kapoor,most Americans who support the death penalty do so because they want to believe that our justice system is just, Malaysia and China, The 2000s saw him come back very strongly playing older characters.

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