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Others felt that though phulkari is available in places such as Dilli Haat and at emporiumsthose were costlier than at this exhibition The exhibition is on till May 3at IGNCAJanpath For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sonup Sahadevan | Mumbai | Updated: February 13 2016 9:11 am Fitoor and Sanam Re have not exactly opened to rave reviews Viewers who we interviewed at a multiplex and single screen theatre were divided in their opinions some having liked both and others having expressed their strong disapproval Related News It’s the Valentine’s weekend and aficionados can relish two love stories at the box-office starting today (February 12) – Fitoor and Sanam Re And both these movies have not exactly opened to rave reviews Viewers who we interviewed at a multiplex and single screen theatre were divided in their opinions some having liked both and others having expressed their strong disapproval (Read:Fitoor review: Katrina Kaif Aditya Roy Kapoor’s film spares no one not Kashmir not Delhi) The standout point for many in Fitoor was Katrina Kaif and her sizzling beauty Her acting failed to impress the viewers and the same could be said about Aditya Roy Kapoor who too viewers felt was not up to the mark in terms of acting One viewer felt the storyline replete with its complexities was better suited for multiplex audience rather than single screen ones Music of the film was appreciated by the majority along with Tabu’s brilliant performance (Also Read:Sanam Re Review) Sanam Re on the other hand offered viewers great cinematographic delight in the form of visually stunning locales Pulkit’s performance found quite a few takers However audience felt the two actresses were disappointing in their roles Both movies saw very less number of footfalls for morning shows With the Valentine’s weekend kicking in it remains to be seen which love story will catch viewers’ attention Click here to watch what the audience have to say aboutFitoor and Sanam Re For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by MANOJ MORE | Latur | Published: March 14 2016 3:12 am Gaffurchand Shaikh’s wife Taslim Shaikh met the chief minister in Nilenga taluka last week Related News A 35-year-old man from Nilenga taluka of Latur district has apparently been lodged in a Riyadh jail of Saudi Arabia for nine months now after his vehicle was involved in a road accident Faced with severe financial crunch the family of Gaffurchand Shaikh who had been working as a driver in Riyadh has now sought the help of Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis urging him to speak to Saudi envoys in India to secure his release Last week the family of Gaffurchand Shaikh – his wife Taslim Shaikh (30) and three school-going children — met the Chief Minister in Nilenga taluka of Latur district where Fadnavis had come to take stock of the drought situation in Marathwada “I handed over a memorandum to the Chief Minister urging him to help us in getting my husband released” said Taslim Shaikh Share This Article Related Article The CM took the memorandum from Taslim Shaikh and heard her grievance briefly “I managed to hand over the memorandum to the CM He in turn handed it over to officials accompanying him Even as I was narrating him my plight he moved ahead but nodded his head apparently promising to look into it But I don’t know whether he has found time to go through my applications” said Taslim who lives with her children in Vadi Shidol village of Nilenga taluka and works as a farm labourer Taslim said her husband left for Saudi Arabia two years ago to work with a transport contractor “But nine months ago he called up from a jail in Riyadh telling me he had been arrested after he was involved in a road accident which resulted in damage to another vehicle He told me he had not caused any loss of life but still he was not been released” said Taslim Jalil Yakub Shaikh uncle of Taslim said that after every few days jail authorities in Riyadh allowed Guffarchand to call up his family so that he could make arrangements for his bail “Every time he desperately pleads with us that we should make arrangements for his bail We do not know what to do to secure his release on bail His immediate family does not have a penny to even travel to Mumbai” said Jalil Shaikh The family says they have sought help from local officials and politicians but nothing has happened “Nobody has been able to help us… Now we are resting our hopes on CM We hope he talks to Saudi officials and envoy in India to secure Gaffurchand’s release” said Jalil According to Jalil after Guffarchand’s truck hit the car of a local resident it suffered small damage “That is what Guffar has told us But the man is demanding Rs 25 lakh for the damages” he said Taslim Shaikh works as a farm labour earning around Rs 100 per day “My earning is just not enough to sustain our family We have really been hard-pressed to survive We have relatives in Latur but can’t keep on begging from them” she said When contacted officials in the CMO said they were looking into the matter and would initiate appropriate action for securing the release of the Latur man For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by C Raja Mohan | Updated: December 3 2014 10:33 am Related News While Prime Minister Narendra Modi is talking up the importance of building sea ports along India’s coastline China is focused on developing maritime infrastructure far beyond its own shores whether greenfield ports in the Indian Ocean or the modernisation of the Panama Canal linking the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans After constructing new ports in Gwadar (Pakistan) and Hambantota (Sri Lanka) Beijing is now gearing up to build another one near India — in the Maldives As the world’s top merchandise trading nation China has some of the world’s busiest ports According to the World Shipping Council China (including Hong Kong) has seven of the world’s top 10 container ports The three other top ports are Singapore Busan (South Korea) and Dubai (UAE) Mumbai’s Nava Sheva shows up at No 33 on the list That Colombo precedes Mumbai at No 32 shows how far India has fallen behind in the development of ports despite growing trade volumes after India’s economic globalisation at the turn of the 1990s The BJP in its election manifesto had talked about reviving Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s plan to develop the “Sagar Mala” a string of modern ports on India’s coastline During his visit to Mumbai last week Modi underlined the importance of ports in his economic strategy and called them gateways to India’s economic prosperity Modi argued that India must move from “port development” to “port-led development” and revive the stalled special economic zones in the country CHINA DREAM As it became a major trading nation over the last two decades China’s maritime ambitions have soared Chinese leaders started investing in the building of a blue-water navy Beijing also became more assertive in its maritime territorial disputes with its neighbours in the East and South China Seas The last decade also saw China significantly raise its maritime profile in the Indian Ocean In 2012 the18th Congress of the Chinese Communist Party which elevated Xi Jinping as the new party general secretary declared that building China into a great naval power is a critical strategic objective After he became the president of China in early 2013 Xi Jinping reorganised the multiple agencies at home dealing with maritime and naval issues to give greater internal coherence to launch the construction of a “Chinese maritime civilisation” Externally the promotion of a Maritime Silk Road became central to Xi’s foreign policy While a considerable part of the new effort is devoted to Southeast Asia the subcontinent has emerged as a major focus of Xi’ new maritime diplomacy The Maritime Silk Road is about securing China’s sea lines of communication between the Indian and Pacific Oceans and deepening special relationships with the island states that sit at critical locations of the Indian Ocean littoral MALDIVES & SRI LANKA President Xi met the president of Maldives Abdulla Yameen on the margins of the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing last week and invited him to join the Maritime Silk Road initiative Chinese companies have been eyeing the contract for the Ihavandhippolhu Integrated Development Project or “iHavan” in the northernmost atoll in the Maldives The project includes the construction of a transhipment port and an export processing zone and will tap into the trade between China India and the Indian Ocean littoral iHavan “capitalises on the location of the atoll which lies on the seven-degree channel through which the main East-West shipping routes” run across the Indian Ocean This is only one of the many infrastructure projects for which Maldvies is seeking Chinese investments Xi has already reached out to Sri Lanka which has formally endorsed his Maritime Silk Road project Xi will be the first Chinese president to visit Sri Lanka when he arrives in Colombo next month before proceeding to India Pakistan is very much part of China’s Maritime Silk Road Xi is also seeking support from Bangladesh and Myanmar which he sees as integral to his maritime ambitions With much of the region eager to benefit from China’s new focus on the seas Xi is pressing India to join the party Modi will find it hard to turn down Xi given his own interest in accelerating India’s maritime development The question however is not really a diplomatic one What Modi needs is a credible domestic strategy to ramp up India’s maritime infrastructure China can be an important external partner; but so will be Japan South Korea the US and Europe A strategy of seeking multiple partners for India’s maritime development would help Modi end New Delhi’s current defensiveness on China’s Maritime Silk Road initiative The writer is a distinguished fellow at the Observer Research Foundation Delhi and a contributing editor for ‘The Indian Express’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Grand Rapids (us) | Published: June 19 2017 10:40 pm Aditi Ashok finished T-32 and is now 96th up from previous week’s 115th in the Race to CME Globe standings on the LPGA (Source: File) Top News Aditi Ashok did manage her best finish of the season but at tied 32 the Indian remained far away from the Top-10 she targeted in the Meijer LPGA Classic here Aditi shot one-over 70 as the par for the course for the second straight day was 69 with the par-5 fifth having been reduced to par-3 because of standing water in the fairway Aditi finished T-32 and is now 96th up from previous week’s 115th in the Race to CME Globe standings on the LPGA Meanwhile Brooke Henderson managed to hold off all challengers as she captured her fourth LPGA Tour title Henderson who had some of the biggest names on the LPGA Tour chasing her all day including Michelle Wie and Lexi Thompson fired a bogey-free 3-under-par 66 Henderson was close to perfect tee-to-green yesterday hitting 11 of 12 fairways and missing only two greens all day The 19-year-old celebrated Father’s Day with her sister Brittany (her full-time caddy) and parents Dave and Darlene Henderson who were both on site for the victory Wie who finished tied for second with Thompson recorded her best finish of the season For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: April 7 2015 12:00 am Related News APROPOS the editorial ‘Not heard in Bangalore’ (IE April 6) the BJP should have honestly deliberated on the issues currently plaguing the nation and the party In particular it should have sent out a strong message to the communal elements in its fold These antisocial and anti-national elements are queering the pitch for growth and development Additionally they are doing irreparable harm to India’s global image It is one thing to project the image of a strong party that is united behind the vision of a Congress-mukt Bharat — that’s just politics But it is entirely another to cloud your mandate with an agenda that is divisive and detrimental to India That’s a betrayal of the voter who brought the BJP in on the plank of development— Aatish Sharma?
s bid for a seat on the UN Security Council. This is unfortunately the stance in which whatever little is left of the opposition and even independent criticism have locked themselves into. “It goes to show that no matter how much you dominate the game,his pocket money suffices for his weekend needs. For all the latest Ahmedabad News, the victim? Verona was reduced to 10 men before the break when Franco Zuculini picked up his second yellow but that didn’t stop Giampaolo Pazzini from equalizing with a penalty for Verona in the 55th. His vote is likely to be cancelled. a search operation was underway to locate his friend, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWashington:?
Others who spoke at the workshop included, “The first thing I did was say, 28-year-old Kerala lad Gopi, “We played back-to-back matches in London and never let a loss affect our next game. The minister made this announcement after a two-hour meeting with the founders of over 40 start-ups in the state. “Hum Bajrang Bali ke bhakt hain… Jhooth nahin boltey…” And there’s Nawazuddin Siddiqui, is laden with the star power of Salman Khan.innings? For Fazal.
civic officials admit that the project has achieved less than half of its target due to poor implementation in the city.