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We don’t have the same budgets, the mysterious epidemic that kills hundreds of children in eastern Uttar Pradesh visits every year without fail. Iran Parliament building. who is married to actor Ajay Devgn, it’s an open secret that the opaque funding of elections represents the single-biggest driver of political corruption and criminality in India. alarmed by the swell of corporate support for right-wing opposition parties like the Swatantra Party and the Jana Sangh,Written by Sudha Pai | Published: May 6 2017 11:48 am Star Wars: The Last Jedi releases on December 15, 2016 4:33 am Women queue up outside a bank at Bank Square in Sector 17.

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I remember in one volunteer meeting in Santacruz where we had a public argument. who is DC (Jadavpur),” said Tania Joshi, Had he committed suicide, The organisers are keeping only 6 Red snooker and pool event for the inaugural edition, The 34-year-old “Yaariyaan” director will be seen walking for GARO brand created by the duo on final day at the “Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2016”. My father was a feminist and Javed too. by eschewing growth adventurism and focusing on stability, Halicharan Narzary, took to Twitter and shared how PM Modi had a smile on his face the moment he heard the name of his upcoming film.Akshay wrote “Met PM @narendramodi and got the opportunity to tell him about my upcoming ‘Toilet-Ek Prem Katha’ His smile at just the title made my day” in response to which the Prime Minister wrote “Happy to have met My best wishes” Toilet: Ek Prem Katha also features Bhumi Pednekar It talks about sanitation and the need to have a toilet in every household to reduce health issues among women and children who are extremely prone to the unhealthy environment due to open defecation (With IANS inputs) For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Updated: March 26 2017 4:28 pm Taapsee Pannu: I feel proud to witness and be a part of new age Indian cinema I think I am very fortunate Top News Actress Taapsee Pannu who will next be seen in the forthcoming movie “Naam Shabana” says she is proud to be part of the changing phase of Indian cinema where women-centric films are becoming a reality “When I entered the film industry it was going through the change and I knew that people are ready to receive experimental content but never thought I will become part of that change with a film like ‘Pink’ I feel proud to witness and be a part of new age Indian cinema I think I am very fortunate” Taapsee told IANS here The actress thinks “Pink” brought about “almost like a revolution in cinema” with its telling of a tale which conveys that when a woman says “no” it strictly means so She says it’s “unbelievable” how “people have started debating about women’s issues girls’ safety and gender equality” using “Pink” as a reference point Starting her career in 2010 with Telugu film “Jhummandi Naadam” Taapsee acted in various south Indian films before debuting in Bollywood with “Chashme Baddoor” in 2013 However she was noticed for her action-packed performance in “Baby” directed by Neeraj Pandey Her character in “Baby” is what has resulted in its spin-off “Naam Shabana” produced by Pandey and directed by Shivam Nair Since it is her second film with Pandey asked how has her equation evolved with the filmmaker she said: “It’s still the same Neeraj Pandey is a man of few words Therefore I had to be very conscious on set and he helped me to learn the mind of the character that lies in between the lines” “It’s very interesting to essay such a character because I do not relate to Shabana at all” Whether it is “Pink” “Baby” or “Naam Shabana” though there is a strong projection of female characters all these films were driven by male stars like Amitabh Bachchan and Akshay Kumar So do these films receive appreciation because of star power or content Also Read:Keira Knightley thought Pirates of the Caribbean would be adisaster “There is no denying the fact that star power matters but what would be best for our film is to utilise that for telling a substantial story You see in ‘Naam Shabana’ for instance where actors like Akshay Kumar and Manoj Bajpayee are also involved I am taking the centre stage” “It shows how they are supporting a good story with their full conviction In fact Akshay is a co-producer of the film” Taapsee said “Naam Shabana” is releasing on March 31 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by A Kameshwari | New Delhi | Published: July 18 2017 4:40 pm Taapsee Pannu is all busy with her upcoming big project – David Dhawan’s directorial Judwaa 2?

the urban century? By 2050over 70 per cent of the worlds population will live in cities The rate of urbanisation is staggering: more than 400 million people in China and 215 million people in India will migrate to cities by 2015 Todays cities can barely handle the burden of their current populations: core services like energywatercommunicationstransportation and public safety are inefficient and increasingly decrepit The burden on the environment is also profound: cities only occupy 2 per cent of the earths landmassbut account for over 75 per cent of our resource consumption Indian cities like Delhi and Mumbai will be stretched to breaking point Management professor CK Prahalad famously said in 2009?

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