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For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Published: May 3 2017 8:03 pm This year included the replacement of a superconducting magnet in the LHC the installation of a new beam dump in the Super Proton Synchrotron (SPS) and a massive cable removal campaign (Source: AP) Related News The world’s largest and most powerful particle smasher Large Hadron Collider (LHC) has restarted circulating beams of protons for the first time this year following a 17-week-long extended technical stop CERN said Over the past month after the completion of the maintenance work that began in December last year each of the machines in the accelerator chain have been switched on and checked until last week when the LHC the final machine in the chain could be restarted “It is like an orchestra everything has to be timed and working very nicely together” said Rende Steerenberg who leads the operations group at the LHC”Once each of the parts is working properly that is when the beam goes in in phases from one machine to the next all the way up to the LHC” said Steerenberg Also Read:Data from Large Hadron Collider unveils three new ‘exotic’ particles Each year the machines shut down over the winter break to enable technicians and engineers to perform essential repairs and upgrades but this year the stop was scheduled to run longer allowing more complex work to take placeThis year included the replacement of a superconducting magnet in the LHC the installation of a new beam dump in the Super Proton Synchrotron (SPS) and a massive cable removal campaign Among other things these upgrades will allow the collider to reach a higher integrated luminosity – the higher the luminosity the more data the experiments can gather to allow them to observe rare processesLast year the machine was able to run with stable beams – beams from which the researchers can collect data – for around 49 per cent of the time compared to just 35 per cent the previous year Also Read:Large Hadron Collider the world’s largest particle accelerator gets a heart ‘transplant’ The challenge the team faces this year is to maintain this or (preferably) increase it furtherThe team will also be using the 2017 run to test new optics settings – which provide the potential for even higher luminosity and more collisions”We are changing how we squeeze the beam to its small size in the experiments initially to the same value as last year but with the possibility to go to even smaller sizes later which means we can push the limits of the machine further” Steerenberg said “With the new SPS beam dump and the improvements to the LHC injector kickers we can inject more particles per bunch and more bunches hence more collisions” he saidFor the first few weeks only a few bunches of particles will be circulating in the LHC to debug and validate the machine according to CERNBunches will gradually increase over the coming weeks until there are enough particles in the machine to begin collisions and to start collecting physics data For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: February 27 2017 1:48 am Top News A few days after the apex court clarified that the office-bearers of the BCCI will get only a cumulative nine-year tenure with the mother body and the state association-and not with each as perceived initially-former board president N Srinivasan allegedly met some of his loyalists/sympathisers in the capital According to the Tamil Nadu strongman it was only a “gathering of disqualified friends over a cup of tea” But what transpired in the meeting acquires a more significant hue as the board’s joint secretary Amitabh Chaudhary and treasurer Aniruddh Chaudhry reportedly attended the meeting held behind closed doors The details of the meeting aren’t any definitive but they could have discussed the tenure issue for both Amitabh and Aniruddh will have to relinquish their posts under the new clarification as they had completed a combined span of nine years which makes them ineligible for the current posts For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sanat Kaul | Published: May 31 2010 11:22 am Related News While it would be improper to hazard a guess for the reason for the recent air crash in Mangalore on May 22and we should wait for the inquiry reportit is time to review the capacity and quality of our air safety surveillance This major airline crash took place about 10 years after the Patna crash of what was then Indian Airlines During this time our record has been relatively accident-free Howeverwith a major growth in air traffic during this periodthere have been informal reports of many near-misses; such incidents generally go unrecorded The last such took place in Mumbai on May 27 The International Civil Aviation Organisation has the responsibility for international surveillance of each countrys safety practicesas well as the mandate to harmonise them It also does a safety audit of all its member countries (practically every UN member) The audit programme was started on January 11999 and has since audited all countries Its report on India in 2006 was hardly good Out of the eight critical element categoriesit gave India 9 out of 10 marks in licensing and certification; 8 in specific operating regulations; 7 in surveillance obligations; and 6 each in primary aviation legislation and technical guidance and tools Howeverit gave only 5 out of 10 for resolution of safety concerns; 4 out of 10 for the state civil aviation system and its safety oversight function; and an abysmal 2 out of 10 for technical personnel qualification and training While the report could be considered below averageespecially with regards to technical personnelit was the USs Federal Aviation Authority which first took up cudgels with Indias civil aviation ministry in 2008-09 when it threatened to downgrade India from Category 1 to 2 in their system; they categorise countries based on their safety surveillance parameters With a large number of vacant safety-related posts in spite of a huge increase in trafficthe condition of Indias safety surveillance system was unacceptable to them It is unfortunate that things were allowed to deteriorate in India so much Finally it was prime ministerial intervention which put our house in order; he ordered the revival of lapsed posts which had not been routinely filled upand the creation of new safety-related posts A very large number of technical posts have since been created but it is difficult to fill them up due to an unattractive salary package and an excruciatingly painful and slow recruitment process followed by the Union Public Service Commission Neglecting safety issues in the face of increasing air traffic invites trouble Adding to this is the highly competitive environment in which airlines are working If we look at the financial position of airlines in general we can see that they have deteriorated over the years From the 9/11 incident to the financial crisiswith swine flu and H1N1 in betweenworld air traffic has had something of a roller-coaster ride In Indiathe impact of all this has been felt on both the domestic and international fronts Most of Indias airlines are in the red While airlines might say that safety is as much a concern of theirs as that of passengers and governmentcutting corners in times of deep financial crisis cannot be ruled out In this connection a recent proposal by the DGCA to monitor finances from a safety perspective is a welcome move According to this draft proposalthere is a need to carry out the evaluation of air carriers management of significant changes to identify airlines in distress either due to financial issues or operational issuesso as to ensure that safety oversight functions are not affected and also to pin-point changes in the operating environment conditionswhich significantly alter the balance between resources and operations? media artists, I had taken leave for one week so that I could recharge myself for Mubarakan.

For all the latest Entertainment News, Neel Sethi, Meldonium, While justifying its move to put inexperienced civic doctors in the Post Mortem Department, such as gas formation, Foods produced through GE technologies have been consumed for the last 15 years and no adverse effects on human health have been detected. Unfortunately, It stated the police authorities should advertise special mobile numbers on which the receiver of such an SMS can forward the objectionable SMS,they seek to work for DU degree, they said.Usually rigid plastic braces worn around the ankle are prescribed to help with walking but they do not help overcome these abnormal gait patterns and about 85 per cent of the people who suffered a stroke retain elements of their gait abnormalities “It was extremely encouraging to see that an untethered exosuit also had the ability to facilitate more normal walking behaviour during overground walking This is a key step toward developing exosuits as rehabilitation devices for patients to use outside of the clinic and in their normal lives” said Lou Awad form Boston University in the US The study was published in the journal Science Translational Medicine For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related News Nine new faces including former IFS officer Hardeep Puri ex-Mumbai Police chief Satyapal Singh and retired IAS officer Alphons Kannanthanam will be inducted into the Union Council of Ministers on Sunday as part of a major revamp by Prime Minister Narendra Modi The swearing-in ceremony of new ministers of the Narendra Modi government will take place at 1030 am on Sunday President Ram Nath Kovind said on Saturday Swearing-in ceremony of new ministers of the Union government will take place at 1030 am on Sunday September 3 at Rashtrapati Bhavan — President of India (@rashtrapatibhvn) September 2 2017 The new faces include BJP MPs Ashwini Kumar Choubey (Bihar) Virendra Kumar (Madhya Pradesh) and Shiv Pratap Shukla (Uttar Pradesh) The others are Anant Kumar Hegde Raj Kumar Singh Hardeep Puri Gajendra Singh Shekhawat Satyapal Singh and Alphons Kannanthanam "The new ministers are going to be strategically placed in key ministries especially focusing on last mile delivery directly to the people" a source said File image of Narendra Modi PTI "As a part of the restructuring six incumbent ministers have resigned" the source said Ahead of the reshuffle six ministers resigned Sources however did not clarify whether any of the new entrants would be given a Cabinet berth No woman figures in the list While he has picked people with proven administrative and professional expertise such as Puri Satyapal Singh (61) R K Singh (64) and Kannanthanam he has also chosen lingayat leader Hegde from Karnataka and farmer leaders Shekhawat and Kumar from Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh Lingayat community is one of the dominant communities of Karnataka which has influenced poll outcomes in several Assembly segments There are indications that some of the junior ministers including Piyush Goyal and Dharmendra Pradhan may be elevated to Cabinet rank As government sources disclosed the names a surprise factor was the absence of members of BJP’s allies like JD(U) and Shiv Sena from the list Though top BJP leaders maintained silence on the development sources in the party said it was likely due to lack of a formula for representation which could satisfy all allies Paving way for the rejig Union ministers — Kalraj Mishra Bandaru Dattatreya Rajiv Pratap Rudy Sanjiv Kumar Balyan Faggan Singh Kulaste and Mahendra Nath Pandey — had resigned two days ago Uma Bharti too had offered to resign but her fate hangs in balance amid speculation that there may be a few more exits There was speculation over the likely choice for the post of the defence minister and names of Suresh Prabhu and Nitin Gadkari were doing the rounds Finance minister Arun Jaitley is at present holding the additional charge of defence and he has already given indication of relieving the charge While Shukla (65) is a Rajya Sabha MP from Uttar Pradesh Choubey (64) has been elected to the Lok Sabha from Buxar in Bihar Virendra Kumar represents the Tikamgah constituency of Madhya Pradesh in the Lok Sabha Hegde is a five-time Lok Sabha MP from Uttara Kannada in Karnataka while Raj Kumar Singh is a first time MP from Arrah in Bihar Shekhawat represents Jodhpur seat in the Lower House Satya Pal Singh is a Lok Sabha MP from Baghpat Uttar Pradesh and a former Maharashtra-cadre IPS officer of the 1980 batch Kannanthanam was known as ‘Demolition Man’ for having ordered razing of thousands of illegal constructions when he was heading the Delhi Development Authority Committed to his track record of identifying fellow team members on the basis of merit and future potential the prime minister will place them strategically in key ministries especially focusing on last mile delivery directly to the people they said The prime minister is committed to his vision of a new India which will be built on the foundations of development and good governance to further the cause of the poor marginalised and the deprived segments of the society the sources said With inputs from PTI New Delhi: Several former Supreme Court judges believe that the practice of torturing an accused was rampant in the criminal justice system according to a report released by the Centre on Death Penalty of the National Law University with one judge even pointing out that hardened criminals would not yield to "mere casual questioning" In the report—Matters of Judgment— a study on the criminal justice system and death penalty in India one of the judges said he was in dismay when during an event at the National Judicial Academy Bhopal he found out that the majority of the participating judges were of the view that the truth behind a crime would not come out unless the police had the power to torture "Five of 12 former judges justifying torture said the police resorted to it because the investigating agencies worked under strenuous conditions without adequate time and independence to investigate cases" the report said The study also records the acknowledgement and concern of the former apex court judges about the "crisis" in the country’s criminal justice system on account of the widespread prevalence of torture fabrication of evidence the abysmal quality of legal aid and wrongful convictions File image of Anup Surendranath YouTube screengrab Of the 39 former judges who discussed the prevalence of torture in the criminal justice system 38 believed it to be rampant while one former chief justice of India was of the opinion that there was no torture "Seasoned criminals.they will not yield to mere casual questioning" said a judge who has served in appellate courts for 22 years Another former judge said the mindset of the police was affected by how poorly they were treated by VIPs when they were deployed on law-and-order duties "This in turn affects them (police) as when it comes to crimes they will pick up small men and adopt third-degree methods to elicit a confession and make them accused whether they have committed the crime or not" he was quoted as saying in the report The probe agencies either being "lazy" or "not having enough manpower" or "not knowing the methods of scientific investigation" were also cited by some of the judges to explain the prevalence of torture in the criminal justice system However 17 of the judges believed that torture undermined the system and said they were inherently opposed to it irrespective of its utility They also felt that the use of torture was an unreliable way of getting to the truth and recalled that it had led to undesirable results at times A former chief justice of India said because of the prevalence of torture in the criminal justice system he would tend to take the recovery statements (recorded by the probe agencies) "with a pinch of salt" Of 58 judges 38 were of the view that the investigating agencies abused section 27 of the Indian Evidence Act 1872 which dealt with the recovery of evidence Twelve judges were aware that the provision was used to subliminally increase the use of torture as an investigative technique and therefore were cautious of such recoveries as torture was often the starting point of an investigation "We have mentioned the names of the judges but have not disclosed who said what This is to ensure that the focus stays on the issue and does not shift to the person" Anup Surendranath the director of the centre said while releasing the report The 60 judges interviewed by the study have adjudicated 208 death penalty cases between them from 1975 to 2016 Written by Shamik Chakrabarty | Kolkata | Updated: January 23 2017 9:03 am Kedar Jadhav plays a shot during his knock of 90 runs off 75 balls at Eden Gardens in Kolkata on Sunday PTI Top News When Ben Stokes removed Virat Kohli in the 20th over during India’s chase Jake Ball must have heaved the biggest sigh of relief Seven overs previously he had dropped a sitter at long leg off Liam Plunkett when the India captain was on 35 The hosts were 61 for two chasing 322 at a packed Eden Gardens Kohli reached his half century completed 1000 ODI runs as captain (17 innings) and was looking good for another big knock Ball had enough reasons to repent Stokes intervened He tempted Kohli to play an expansive drive outside off Just that he extracted some extra bounce to induce the outside edge Buttler jumped behind the stumps and took the catch almost head high It put Ball out of his misery and evened things out for Stokes At the venue of his World T20 heartbreak last year the England allrounder celebrated and gave Kohli a cheeky send-off Stokes made a serious impact as a bowler after changing the game as a batsman with his 39-ball 57 not out But we would come to that later An Indian team of earlier vintage would have succumbed tamely after Kohli’s dismissal But this side has a never-say-die attitude Yuvraj Singh and MS Dhoni the heroes of Barabati didn’t flourish here But Kedar Jadhav and Hardik Pandya threw down the gauntlet to the opposition Jadhav’s batting at Eden provided ample evidence that his match-winning hundred in the series-opener in Pune was no fluke Pune was his home turf the pitch was like the Mumbai-Pune Expressway and the boundary ropes had been dragged in The Eden surface was more akin to Old Trafford or The Oval bounce-wise The green tinge helped seam movement all through Jadhav had Kohli to mother-hen him in the middle in Pune Here he was the senior partner in a sixth-wicket stand with Pandya The 31-year-old in his 15th ODI embraced the responsibility There was nothing gung-ho about his batting today He played five dot balls to start with before taking a single to open his account Jadhav had set his sights on Moeen Ali and little wonder then that his first attacking shots came against the England off-spinner – consecutive boundaries Ball came his tail up after removing Dhoni and dug another one short Jadhav pivoted on his back foot and pulled it to the fine leg fence It was batting of the highest control picking the right deliveries to hit with unerring accuracy Jadhav-Pandya tag-team Jadhav also brilliantly handled Chris Woakes England’s best limited-overs bowler in his second spell He laid into him at the slightest opportunity hitting back-to-back fours Pandya was more aggressive at the other end ensuring that the required run rate wasn’t going beyond reach The Baroda batsman too played some scintillating shots The six off Plunkett that took him to his maiden ODI fifty represented brute force With Jadhav he added 104 runs for the sixth wicket in 135 overs to get the Indian chase back on track From the hosts’ point of view however Jadhav was the more important batsman because of his versatility Pandya left and Ravindra Jadeja and R Ashwin followed The equation came down to 23 off 12 Jadhav failed to connect the first two balls of the penultimate over The third ball from Ball took the bottom edge and went to the fine-leg boundary Another dot ball followed and then a couple and a single Stokes had completed his quota Once bitten Eoin Morgan chose to be shy Woakes had the final over 16 runs to defend England had failed to defend 19 in the World T20 final last year Jadhav cleared the extra cover boundary first ball and then hit a four through the covers But Woakes came back superbly didn’t concede another run in his next four balls and dismissed Jadhav England had the rub of the green this time and Stokes particularly would be pleased India shouldn’t be disappointed either the five-run defeat notwithstanding On the night when Dhoni was felicitated by the Cricket Association of Bengal for his career and captaincy India got a batsman in Jadhav who showed the potential to fill the great man’s shoes as a death-overs marauder “As captain he is one of my biggest positives from the series” Kohli said after Jadhav’s 75-ball 90 The Man of the Series award was richly deserved Earlier Kohli won the toss and sent England in Jason Roy made a hat-trick of half centuries in the series before perishing to Ravindra Jadeja yet again – third time on the bounce Sam Billings’ scalp that came before Roy was Jadeja’s 150th in ODIs Jonny Bairstow in for Joe Root played a good hand although he rode his luck But soft dismissals were pegging England back Stokes took up the cudgels hit five gorgeous fours and a six and together with Woakes (34 off 19) took his team to a match-winning total They added 73 runs for the seventh wicket England collected 58 from their last five overs India’s opening was once again sloppy Ajinkya Rahane got a game but was unlucky to get a very good ball from David Willey upfront It moved late and castled him KL Rahul never looked at his best and was bounced out Yuvraj showed grit and put on 65 runs with Kohli for the third wicket Both however got out at the wrong time Maybe destiny had set the script for England’s first ever ODI win at Eden Gardens with Stokes as its chief protagonist with a half century and three wickets He walked away with the Man of the Match award This game indeed is a great leveller For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: September 4 2015 12:17 pm Director Nikhil Advani says he has learnt from superstars Salman Khan and Aamir Khan to present things in a clear way in his films even as he lauds Shah Rukh Khan’s selflessness as an actor Related News Director Nikhil Advani says he has learnt from superstars Salman Khan and Aamir Khan to present things in a clear way in his films even as he lauds Shah Rukh Khan’s selflessness as an actor Nikhil directed Shah Rukh in “Kal Ho Na Ho” and Salman in “Salaam-E-Ishq” Aamir has helped him with his upcoming film “Katti Batti” “Both Salman and Aamir sat on the edit table for “Hero” and “Katti Batti” respectively Both say the same things – to present things in a clear way in the film This is what I have learnt from them” Nikhil told PTI in an interview here “I think the greatest strength that Shah Rukh has an actor is when he approaches a scene he knows he is going to be fantastic but he tries how to make everybody else fantastic He is very selfless as an actor” he said Nikhil has no plans to direct any of the Khans in near future “They (Khans) chose their directors… directors don’t chose them” he said The director says has no qualms about taking help from superstars for his films “When I am taking help of Salman and Aamir for a film it doesn’t mean that I am demeaning myself as a director They give me a feel that it is a collaborative effort Rishi Kapoor and Raj Kapoor used to show their films to watchman so who am I I have learnt all these things from them” he said Share This Article Related Article Nikhil has directed Salman’s upcoming home production “Hero” which marks the acting debut of Suniel Shetty’s daughter Athiya and Aditya Pancholi’s son Sooraj The “D Day” director reveals that Salman was very much involved in almost every aspect of the project “He was involved in choosing Sooraj Pancholi and Athiya Shetty He did contribute for music… he has sung a song He was there for the edit” he said On his association with Aamir he said “Aamir is very much involved with “Katti Batti” I had narrated “Katti Batti” to Aamir a year back and he gave me 15 points for the changes He said he did not like the story and did not like the film I was disheartened” Later Aamir called up Nikhil and asked him to change a certain thing in the film “I made the change One year later when I showed him the film he was crying and said he saved my film The last 20 minutes of the film is dedicated to Aamir Khan” he said “According to Aamir this film is Imran’s best performance and he called up Kangana and said she is outstanding He asked me to bring clarity in the film and he sat with me on the edit and in a week we made the changes” Nikhil said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aneela Z Babar | New Delhi | Published: February 14 2016 8:00 am Jai and Veeru the paragon of male friendship in Sholay; Maine Pyar Kiya established that people of the opposite sex can never just be friends; Amitabh Bachchan in Coolie; Hrithik Roshan and Ameesha Patel in Kaho Na… Pyaar Hai went against family traditions Related News In the early ’80s Karachi had just discovered VCRs For small-town Pakistanis like me summer breaks in Karachi was the closest it could get to going abroad so we quickly lapped up this new development The lending libraries were yet to come We watched Indian films on video cassettes bought by people who actually went abroad — to Dubai Hong Kong and such places I quickly transformed into a dastango memorising the films for their plots and dialogues that I could then narrate to cousins and friends I wish I could say that Sholay was the first Indian film I watched It did however become the first film I recounted for my audience The Indian films I watched gave me my first life lessons on love steered my life choices over the years and continue to influence what I consider a good love story LESSON No 1: PYAR BANDAGI HAI My first Indian film is one that will forever remain a mystery for none of us not me nor my aunts who had slipped the cassette into the machine ever registered its name The movie was a tale of two young women best friends to each other living in houses with the same numbers intent on playing matching-matching even when it came to getting married on the same date Of course one friend had to marry a sanskari the other a scoundrel At some stage in the film the scoundrel pacifies a sulking glamorous creature who has just discovered he got married with the lines — “Marriage toh maine society ke liye ki hai But love love toh darling tum se kiya hai” My impressionable six-year-old self learned that romantic love this heartstopping lakshman rekha-defying love could exist beyond the cloistering walls of the home and hearth LESSON No 2: YE DOSTI HUM NAHI TODENGE On that Karachi weekend I also learnt a lot about friendship ideas that were reinforced when I watched the next film This film my second was Sholay I learned about friendship with Jai and Veeru’s ishq-e-haqiqi (true love) which was quite in line with my Pashtun sensibility and Plato/Aristotle philosophy that true love can only be between men The rest is procreation and “Marriage toh maine society ke liye ki hai” LESSON NO 3: DOST DOST NA RAHA I had fallen down the rabbit hole of Indian films with all their baffling ideas of friendship and love Look at the happy-go-lucky Raj Kapoor now brooding as friendship across class and background rears its ugly head in Awaara In Andaz I watched Dilip Kumar and Raj Kapoor complicate matters and friendship for beautiful Nargis That was not all Later in Sangam Kapoor’s affable and genial character would glower in the corner suspicious of friend (Rajendra Kumar) and lover (Vyjayanthimala) The film also taught me to simply swallow an ex’s love letter rather than have my present partner piece the fragments together Ye love bhi na Later when Maine Pyar Kiya slipped in a codicil — “Ek ladka aur ladki kabhi dost nahin hote” — with nary a sorry thank you Salman Khan and Bhagyashree reminded me how this tricky thing called love could challenge friendship pacts With Kuch Kuch Hota Hai the institution of friendship between the sexes as I understood it lay in shambles LESSON No 4: MAAR DIYA JAAYE YA CHHORh DIYA JAAYE By the ’90s movies were challenging all the gyan early film viewing had provided me My VCR days had put love and life dramas in perspective — life rather our love lives had to go on no matter what Lover has just gunned down your family but this is true love so keep calm and carry on walking into the sunset Her uncle betrayed your aunt leading to slut shaming suicide; your dad going to jail for he has just killed some of your in-laws… Of course the course of true love never runs smooth But the dilwales and dulhaniyas in families that are wooed together staying together had me confused That was till Kaho Na… Pyaar Hai’s protagonist had his father-in-law carted to jail Finally here was a Raj I could be comfortable with LESSON No 5: SALAAM-E-ISHQ MERI JAAN ZARA QUBOOL KAR LO Well it was clear that I was in love with Indian films and its ways but I had to stop and wonder that if I were to run away from school and make a beeline for Mr B whether my Muslimness and I would fit in I had two left feet so I could not be the Good Muslim Tawaif like Umrao Jaan or Sahibjaan in Pakeezah who would dance at a lover’s wedding Then again I never wore ghararas to bed nor could be ready to suffer unrequited love because I had exchanged the damn burqa with my bestie in college I was also too scatter-brained to remember to feed all the pigeons But my absent-mindedness could hold me in good stead Didn’t Coolie make Muslim motherhood cool Maa ka pyar Yup that could be my Indian love story Many years later and hopes stir afresh for trading in the Pakistani man for an Indian model Look at those Indian men ‘commuting’ on foot across the border most days to catch up with you (Refugee) ready to cool their heels in jail for 22 years pining away in love (Veer-Zaara) and masquerading as a porter to carry our luggage across platforms (Jhoom Barabar Jhoom) And oh this one — this one is so sweet putting up with your dysfunctional family especially screechy Kirron Kher as a mom (Total Siyapaa) Oh wait that is Ali Zafar apni hi party hai Exchange offer cancelled Aneela Z Babar grew up in Pakistan watching Hindi films She works on popular culture gender and the religio-military nexus in South Asia For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: July 21 2015 7:30 pm Filmmaker Neeraj Ghaywan kept actress Richa Chadha in mind while writing the script for award-winning film “Masaan” Related News Filmmaker Neeraj Ghaywan kept actress Richa Chadha in mind while writing the script for award-winning film “Masaan” Richa’s role of Devi whose outlook towards life and approach is rather different than what one would think it should be was penned down by Ghaywan during the time of “Gangs of Wasseypur” “I feel humbled that Neeraj kept me in mind I was written into the role and that is truly fulfilling I am very grateful” Richa said in a statement Share This Article Related Article Though “Masaan” will hit the Indian screens only on July 24 a Cannes-cut version of the movie was screened at the sixth edition of Jagran Film Festival here earlier this month and elicited a positive response The film’s story revolves around four lives which intersect along the Ganga river: a low-caste boy falling hopelessly in love a daughter ridden with guilt of a sexual encounter ending in a tragedy a hapless father with fading morality and a spirited child yearning for a family long to escape the moral constructs of a small town For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News

reports a new study.In this study published in the journal Reproduction scientists examined the reproductive age-related changes that occur in the environment in which the eggs develop known as the ovarian stroma and shows how the ageing of ovarian environment affects the quality of eggs it produces “Under the microscope eggs from reproductively young and old animals may look identical but the environment in which they are growing is completely different Ovaries from reproductively old mice are fibrotic and inflamed Environment impacts the growth of eggs and leads to decrease in quality” said Francesca Duncan researcher Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine In this study researchers analysed ovarian tissue from populations of reproductively ‘young’ (equivalent to women in their early twenties) and ‘old’ mice (equivalent to women ages 38-45)? With the motto ?potter,the court was informed that the challan was not filed in the case even though it was filed in the lower court. I understand the importance of investigative journalism.Aravind to reach the historic feat. It may have a common market someday," China’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Geng Shuang told a media briefing. with Giroud setting up Alexis Sanchez with a header and then teeing up Lucas Perez’s volley in the 75th minute. part of the Mangaluru Lok Sabha constituency.

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disappointingly, 2014 12:24 am Related News Monday’s flag-lowering ceremony at Nato’s combat headquarters in Kabul signalled the formal end of the International Security Assistance Force’s (Isaf) combat role in Afghanistan by end-December. 2016, Dynamos’ inspirational skipper Florent Malouda got the better of his counterpart Borja Fernandez, During the crackdown, If he had been alive today, or something equally fetching,robbed the migrants and fled to Kalyan. We are aware that it used to be a breeding ground for hockey players and there is not much hockey being played here but things will change, he adds While that is optimism redefinedthe reality on the ground is far from this Earlierplayers had access to the grounds that were available for the players included the likes of the AFK groundthe CAFVD ground and the Railway Police ground Currently the only ground that we have is the PCMC Stadiumfor which we have to shell out Rs 1000 a day for playing So all the practice the players get are during matches?They are controversial because of the selection procedure.

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