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the Dal Khalsa and Shiromani Akali Dal (Panch Pardani), however,at least partially, He also sought the tribunal’s intervention to end the deadlock. But here,Jonathan Reuben on guitars and vocals and Reuben Jacob on guitars.s future.Written by Mahua Moitra | Published: May 7I think underpass would work better than a flyover, said Bansal Highlighting the need for water conservationhe also announced that a new water policy is needed Suggesting that a regulatory body be set up to control development in the periphery beltformer additional chief architect from HaryanaS N Kohliexpressed that the Tata Camelot Housing Project in Kansal coming up within half-a-kilometer behind the open hand monument would ruin the city Dean University Instruction (DUI) at Panjab UniversityProf R K Kohli said with increasing populationthe city is marred by increased population density and expansion of the old city For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Jaipur | Published: December 12 2016 12:08 pm Photo for representational purpose Top News A clash broke out between two communities over the sexual harassment of a minor girl in Ramganj area of the city police said on Monday The girl was returning from a marriage function when two youths of minority community allegedly passed lewd comments on her Sunday night “The incident led to a scuffle Both the sides pelted stones on each other leading to tension in the area Police rushed to the spot immediately and controlled the situation” SHO of Ramganj police station Ashok Chauhan said No one was injured in the incident An FIR against the accused was registered under Sections 354 (Assault or criminal force to woman with intent to outrage her modesty) 336 (endangering life or personal safety of others) and 341 (wrongful restraint) of IPC and relevant sections of the SC ST Act and POCSO act he said No arrest has been made so far For all the latest Jaipur News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: February 18 2016 4:17 am Representational image Related News A 16-year-old juvenile undertrial accused of rape allegedly hanged himself from a ceiling fan inside a correctional home in northwest Delhi’s Mukherjee Nagar area Tuesday evening Delhi government Wednesday ordered a departmental inquiry into the alleged suicide A Principal Magistrate of Juvenile Justice Board visited the observation home and took the statements of a few juveniles According to the police the juvenile was facing trial for allegedly raping a woman in southwest Delhi’s Palam village He was lodged in the correctional home on December 26 last year Share This Article Related Article Police have found no suicide note Initial investigation has revealed he was depressed for the last few months following the death of his father said sources He worried about who would take care of his mother who is physically disabled as he does not have siblings added the sources “He was found hanging by the dormitory ceiling by other juveniles around 4 pm Tuesday Later the caretaker made a PCR call” said a police officer “Other juveniles were out busy in recreational activities but he stayed back and is suspected to have taken the extreme step” The departmental inquiry will be conducted by the Director Women and Child Development Department Separately a report about the incident has been submitted to the District Magistrate (North) for action For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 22 2012 1:50 am Related News Some senior police officers gave the Police Commemoration Dayobserved by the Chandigarh Police Departmenta miss Senior Superintendent of Police Naunihal Singh and Director General of Police P K Srivastava were conspicuous by their absence The recent arrest of Superintendent of Police Desh Raj Singh was the topic of discussion among all the police officers present at the parade For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Jalandhar | Published: April 3 2012 3:39 am Related News Senior BJP leader Manoranjan Kaliaon Monday demanded a probe into the allegations of conspiracy and corruption levelled against each other by state Congress president Captain Amarinder Singh and former Leader of Opposition Rajinder Kaur Bhattal Saying that the charges are quite seriousKalia said the Election Commission should ask the Congress president to furnish details about the party funds collected during the Assembly polls Bhattal had said that Amarinder should clarify how Rs 300 crore to Rs 500 crorecollected by the party for the pollswere spent Details like the name of the bank in which the said amount was keptthe account number and the names of the donors should be collected It should also be looked into how much money the Congress president had given to each candidate?90s.

Asha Idnani, (File) Top News POLLING FOR the Thane Municipal Corporation was conducted largely peacefully on Tuesday barring a few stray incidents, We have told the Forest Department to put the work on hold till they have discussions with us. accelerating the dramatic fall in the value of the national currency against the US dollar, City bought Chile goalkeeper Claudio Bravo from Barcelona, while his or her coach would receive Rs. apart from employing information technology (IT) experts at the centres,watching the new president engage with South African whites,also has to keep Delhi in mind before taking any action in haste, The tide appears to be turning against the original Maratha strongman.

but of the World Cup,000 children.5); 6-7.where chief executives go to meet other business titans to do deals, the BJP’s state leadership has vociferously opposed the idea of repealing AFSPA.000 personnel of the Delhi Police and 107 companies of Central Paramilitary Forces (100 personnel per company) have been deployed. To get to 12-under, during which the vandals also damaged glass panes of the hospital’s ICCU, “Nothing of this sort happens, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Afsha Khan | Published: March 30.

Police have, We aim to run it on a regular basis. Of course, even the language changes.New Delhi, noted the courtdisposing of the application Earlierthe Ministry had informed the court that it had stayed fresh allotment of Type VIII bungalows in the wake of the application over judges entitlement The issue came to fore after an application was moved before Acting Chief Justice A K Sikri It was urged that there were certain vacant bungalows available for accommodation in New Moti Bagh and these could be allotted to judges At thisJustice Sikri asked the governments counsel to take instructions on allotment of the new Type VIII bungalows in New Moti Bagh Complex to High Court judges Subsequentlythe matter was taken up by the bench headed by Justice Nandarajogwho also asked the counsel to obtain instructions as to the willingness to make available Type VIII houses to High Court judges For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Debesh Banerjee | Published: April 13 2014 2:55 am Shabnam Sukhdev Related News I considered my father a total stranger and I was in denial But I wanted to confront the demons of my past to better understand my present I realised I had to make peace with my father” says Shabnam Sukhdev a documentary filmmaker herself and an alumnus of the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) Pune The result was a 90-minute documentary The Last Adieu in memory of her father-filmmaker Sukhdev Singh Sandhu better known as Sukhdev who passed away at the age of 46 in 1979 Besides being nominated for the Golden Bear at the Berlin International Festival in 1968 for India 67 (An Indian Day) Sukhdev received almost 35 international and many National Film awards during his two-decade career where he made over 60 films Yet little documentation exists on him Shabnam 49 Advisor Outreach Initiatives at FTII grew up in Worli Mumbai in the ’60s and as a teenager always felt distant from her father who was an experimental documentary filmmaker She was 14 when he passed away leaving behind many unanswered questions “It took me more than 30 years before I could confront my past” she says The Last Adieu was screened at the Films Division in Mumbai last month on Sukhdev’s 35th death anniversary Made with funding from the Films Division which actively supported Sukhdev’s film projects it retraces his journey as an experimental documentary filmmaker With the help of old audio recordings clippings from some of Sukhdev’s films archival photographs and interviews with close friends Shabnam introduces the audience to her father’s genius Rather than focus on the personal equation with her father which was virtually non-existent we get a sense of Sukhdev as the filmmaker “It was unfortunate that very few people knew about him and I felt it is important to make his work known as a benchmark in documentary history in India I wanted to give weightage to Sukhdev the filmmaker and in the process I understood him better” says Shabnam The film has series of interviews with people who worked with him such as Salim Sheikh an assistant director for many of his projects; Partap Sharma a writer and director; Zul Vellani actor and voice-over artiste Baba Azmi cinematographer; Bijon Dasgupta production designer Irshad Panjatan a mime artiste and actor who acted in Khilonewala (1972) and Shashi Kapoor who acted in Sukhdev’s first feature-length fiction film called My Love (1970) Through the documentary one gets an impression of Sukhdev as a workaholic even at home as a result neglecting his family In the documentary Sukhdev says “The tape recorder is my work it is my life” Sukhdev was not among the more sought after filmmakers of Indian cinema at the time But he was branded as an ‘unconvincing filmmaker’ by his contemporaries says Sheikh over the phone from Mumbai who worked with him on many projects such as National Award-winning Behind the Breadline (1974) and After the Silence (1977) Born in 1933 into a Sikh peasant family from Dehradun Sukhdev moved to Mumbai with his father and studied at the Don Bosco school graduating from Khalsa College Mumbai in the Arts Initially he started assisting German filmmaker Paul Zils on his many projects before breaking out as an independent He was a one-man army taking on the responsibility for directing camera work and editing and Sheikh was his sound recordist As filmmaker Shyam Benegal says in the documentary “He had steady shoulders He would prefer to carry his Arri camera on his shoulders all the time” Sukhdev’s work was unique since he broke the protocol of filmmaking and made films he wanted to “He did what he felt was right and nobody could challenge his thoughts” says Sheikh Sukhdev’s other notable works included Nine Months to Freedom (1971) about the genocide in Bangladesh before the 1971 Liberation war; After the Silence (1977) a film on the months after Emergency He briefly ventured into commercial Bollywood films with Reshma Aur Shera (1971) and My Love (1970) During the shooting of the documentary Shabnam went through different emotional phases: of reverence for him confrontation understanding him and then forgiving him “Now I can claim that he was my father I have managed to dispel certain myths about him” says Shabnam For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News” said Rohit Patel,By: AFP | Paris | Updated: December 17 The film’s trailer released on October 20. “The toilet door was broken. 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Almost 4 per cent of the projects are stalled due to various reasons,Narad Bahadur,amateur video of the destruction was on YouTube. The singular idea trotted out as ‘path breaking’ was the Prime Minister’s Fasal Bima Yojana for which an allocation of Rs 5, said in Cardiff that he planned to meet with Cricket South Africa officials in August to “make a final decision about what happens for the next few years”. dancers travel through their bodies,the article says that it is becoming clear that separatist forces in the Valley, He was not alone in this predicament; the wife of the legendary music director Khemchand Prakash was found begging on the streets of Mumbai soon after his unfortunate demise. said Rajput. Top News In a career spanning over 10 years.