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The three accused were presented before the court on Wednesday, Mhetar said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: December 3 2015 6:19 pm Related News Sanjay Mishra says he is not “career-oriented” as acting is just a “part of his life” Versatile actor Sanjay Mishra who has been lauded for his work in both mainstream and art-house cinema says he is not “career-oriented” as acting is just a “part of his life” Asked how his life has changed after “Masaan” Sanjay told IANS: “My life after ‘Masaan’ is the same like it was before I am not very career-oriented I have a life and a career I am not at all career-oriented” The 52-year-old actor says he believes in living blissfully as his career is just a part of his life “Career is a part of my life… But my life is main for me I want to die in peace… by making people laugh and cry I mean everything should be very good in this life So that is why I am not very career-oriented” the “Golmaal” actor said Sanjay will next be seen in Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol starrer “Dilwale” which is slated to hit the theatres on December 18 The film is directed by Rohit Shetty and also stars Varun Dhawan Kriti Sanon Boman Irani and Johnny Lever For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aniruddha Ghosal & Sweety Kumari | Bhangar | Published: January 19 2017 5:09 am The power grid sub-station at Bhangar Express photo by Partha Paul Top News While Bhangar was in the news for violent protests reportedly against the setting up of a sub-station of the Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (PGCIL) agitators claimed that it was not the sub-station they were opposing but a grid that is part of the project and cuts through their fields for which most of them didn’t get “any” compensation Moreover they alleged that they were “tricked” through promises of electricity and kept in the dark about hazardous emissions that could have harmful effects on their children and themselves “First they said it will be a small power station Then we realised it is going to be a large grid with massive towers built on our land They said they were going to help us and provide electricity but instead the power will go to Bihar and north-east India No one told us that there are health impacts of this on us our farming and livestock” alleged Rahim Mollah a resident Watch what else is making news The 400/220kV sub-station that is at the eye of the storm is part of the PGCIL’s transmission line between West Bengal and Bihar which was built at a cost of Rs 1200 crore while the former cost Rs 300 crore Officials said PGCIL was building the transmission line with the ultimate aim of “enhancing electrical supply infrastructure” and the sub-station — with 1000MVA capacity — was “critical for supply of power in Kolkata and surrounding areas” Back in December 2013 the TMC-led state government which was at the time yet to acquire land for the project hit one of its first hurdles with farmers demanding more compensation The government in spite of its usual hands-off policy regarding land acquisition was acquiring the utility and negotiating with landowners who wanted more compensation Protesters said that the transmission lines from Rajarhat are likely to pass over 80 villages and then enter Pakur district of Jharkhand They also claimed that the sub-station is being set up on nearly 16 acres of “highly fertile farmland” at Khamarait One of the main reasons behind their agitation is that the land was acquired at a very low rate from the villagers who were paid Rs 2 to 25 lakh per katha in exchange they claimed By October 2016 the movement gained momentum as villagers tried to prevent authorities from setting up electricity towers on their fields “The innocent villagers have been influenced by outsiders who have told them that high tension lines create strong electromagnetic fields that may affect their health and environment badly Police have been asked to identify the outsiders and arrest them as early as possible” said an official of the state administration It wasn’t until early 2016 that PGCIl began work on the transmission towers on the fields According to its progress report dated March 2016 the only issues the work had been facing were limited to Jharkhand This protesters said changed with the construction of the towers allegedly done without the permission of the villagers who questioned both PGCIL authorities and the local TMC leadership about this “We got no answers and that was when we realised that we had been tricked We realised that SF6 (Sulphur Hexaflouride) and EMF (electromagnetic field) would be generated both of which will harm us and our children” said Kallu Sheikh an agitator The PSU (public sector unit) was constructing a total of 953 km (of which 480 km passes through Bengal) of 400KV double circuit 450 MW transmission lines to transit power between Rajarhat and Purnia in Bengal This officials said would help transfer electricity from NTPC power projects at Farraka in Bengal and Kahalgoan in Bihar According to sources work is nearing completion on the sub-station which is likely to be inaugurated in the next few months “It is almost 80 percent complete This would benefit the people here and at Rajarhat from both North-24 Parganas and South-24 Parganas In the last administrative meeting the chief minister had asked the power department to set up at least 300 more sub-stations to stabilise electricity supply in the state” said a government official Meanwhile the central transmission utility Power Grid Corp has sought cooperation from all stakeholders for completion of the Rajarhat sub-station amid protests by some locals “Considering the advantages of the Rajarhat 400/220kV sub-station project Power Grid Corp solicits cooperation from all stakeholders” it said in a statement on Wednesday while maintaining that land for the project was acquired at “market rates to adequately compensate locals” The statement adds that the sub-station has been created using “modern gas insulated switchgear (GIS) technology which requires about one-fourth of the land as compared to a conventional sub-station” It goes on to say that “GIS technology is safe reliable and requires less maintenance This technology is a proven technology with more than 5000 high voltage GIS installations worldwide already in use; including in developed countries like Japan UK China Russia USA etc Even in India more than 30 high voltage GIS installations are working as on date” For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsLondon: Jose Mourinho revealed Paul Pogba was furious with Arsenal’s Laurent Koscielny for his role in the red card that rules the Manchester United midfielder out of next weekend’s summit meeting with Manchester City Pogba was sent off in the 74th minute of United’s 3-1 win at Arsenal on Saturday for a crude challenge on Hector Bellerin Koscielny responded to the foul by approaching referee Andre Marriner and appearing to call for Pogba’s dismissal Referee Andre Marriner shows a red card to Manchester United’s Paul Pogba AP Pogba sarcastically applauded Marriner as he headed for the tunnel and United boss Mourinho made it clear the France star wasn’t happy with the decision or his international team-mate’s part in it "I just know that Paul is frustrated A bit disappointed with this colleague Koscielny with this kind of reaction" Mourinho said "He is very frustrated because everybody knows that Paul is a clean player and it was not his intention at all to be close to a red card" As well as his anger at Pogba’s treatment Mourinho was frustrated at what he saw as Arsenal diving in the closing stages Danny Welbeck and Alexandre Lacazette appealed in vain for penalties and with his tongue firmly in his cheek Mourinho said "I know the pitch is amazing and maybe breeds a desire to go to the floor "If it was hard no; if it was mud no – the pitch is absolutely beautiful but I think they were a bit too much "If it’s not a penalty it’s not a penalty" Pogba’s dismissal will earn him a three-match ban and his absence from the Manchester derby is a huge blow to United’s hopes of closing the gap on the leaders City are five points ahead of United but can extend that lead to eight if they beat lowly West Ham on Sunday Regardless of that result United will remain in the title hunt when their hated neighbours arrive at Old Trafford next weekend But Mourinho refused to label the seismic showdown as a make or break moment in the title race Asked if United’s fourth successive league win had sent a message to Pep Guardiola’s team he said: "No message We go match after match "We are second in the table We won four consecutive matches "We managed to win and play well I’m happy but there is no message" Desire and intensity While Mourinho was coy about the derby he was effusive in his praise of his players after they won at the Emirates for the first time since 2014 ending their long run of futility in away league games against top-six opponents "We started with that desire and intensity we played high and created mistakes" he said "There were amazing individuals performances and collectively we were very strong" United were indebted to David De Gea for a superb display the Spaniard making 14 saves the joint most by a goalkeeper in the Premier League era "He made fantastic saves" Mourinho said "What I saw was the best goalkeeper in the world" Inevitably Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger saw the two penalty appeals differently to his old rival and he took a swipe at Marriner’s performance "Last night I watched Napoli v Juventus on TV and we watched a top-class referee If you want to analyse well watch the difference between them and us and then you will see" he said Even so Wenger acknowledged Arsenal had only themselves to blame for a loss that effectively ended their title bid Antonio Valencia and Jesse Lingard punished terrible Arsenal defending to put United two up in 11 minutes Lacazette got one back but Lingard’s second sealed the points "You have to dictate from the start and show strength in duels from the back" Wenger said "I felt that at the back our concentration was not sharp enough from the start and not dominant enough "We have produced an excellent performance but have conceded three goals and had at least 10 chances and were not efficient enough in the box that is the reality" At least 71 killed in Myanmar as Rohingya insurgents stage major attack | Reuters World Reuters Aug 25 2017 22:16:50 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Aug 25 2017 22:16 PM | Updated Date: Aug 25 2017 22:16 PM Tags : #Reuters Also See By: PTI | Bangalore | Published: September 16 2016 9:40 pm Albert Roca’s side will now be travelling to Singapore to play their second-leg quarterfinal (source: Reuters) Top News Albert Roca the new Bengaluru Football Club coach said brave and fearless fight against Tampines Rovers in their den is the only way to beat them to make history by qualifying into the AFC semifinal stage “We have to go there (Singapore) without any fear and we have to be brave This is the only way to beat these kind of teams in this case Tampines Rovers to make history” Roca told PTI In a historic encounter the BFC which became the first Indian club to qualify for AFC Cup quarterfinals beat Tampines with a solitary goal struck by striker C K Vineet inside ten minutes in the first of the two-leg quarterfinal on September 14 here The hosts will now be travelling to Singapore to play their second-leg quarterfinal against the visitors next week Ringing a note of caution Roca said it would be tough to beat Tampines in their backyard “We know they have nothing to lose after losing to us 1-0 They will try to embarrass us It will not be that easy for us I am sure that in one week we will be ready for that again and we will try to pass the next round” he said Nevertheless Roca said his team was confident of beating Tampines “We also know that our potential can trouble them We have to be positive We know that we can beat them” he said Asked the players who were trained under the previous coach Ashley Westwood were shaping up under his coaching Roca said he was happy about how they have been training under him and accepted his philosophy of the game “Everybody is really focused on that There is no question about their professionally I am really happy about how they have trained until now” he said “From the beginning they have accepted all the changes because they are open to that They know that each coach has his own mentality and philosophy of the game” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Updated: April 8 2016 11:15 am Actress Michelle Rodriguez is upset that her comments over Paul Walker’s death were used to promote a new documentary Related News Actress Michelle Rodriguez is upset that her comments over Paul Walker’s death were used to promote a new documentary The 37-year-old star provided intimate insight about the death of her “The Fast and The Furious” co-star while speaking with producers of fresh factual film “The Reality of Truth” which released in February Discussing the experience she had while under the influence of psychedelic plant Ayahuasca Rodriguez confessed on camera to being “jealous” Walker died before she did and when the film footage of her comments went viral this week her admission sparked outrage in some fans But while speaking to a photographer in Beverly Hills Rodriguez claimed her statement was blown out of proportion reported TMZ “That’s the people from the documentary using things that (are) out of context You know I had a deep moment and I said something that was personal and it was exploited and I apologise about that But if I knew that it was being promoted that way then I wouldn’t have been involved” she said Following Walker’s passing in November 2013 many of his “Furious” franchise castmates spoke about their struggles to come to terms with his death And Rodriguez admitted she turned to psychedelics to help her cope with the loss Read More “I have to say you know when I lost Paul I went through about a year of just being an animal” Rodriguez says in footage from “The Reality of Truth” documentary “Like what could I do physically to just get my mind off of existentialism Get my mind off of how transient life is and how we come here and can just disappear at any moment How could I get my mind off that “I did everything I could possibly do to hide from myself and I’ll tell you that my ayahuasca trip made me sad that he left me here It wasn’t a sadness that he’s gone it’s more like a jealousy that he’s there first” Rodriguez also revealed in the documentary that the Ayahuasca had led to her having an “awakening” and “brought the destruction of everything I’ve ever known” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Kimi Dangor | Published: August 26 2013 12:04 am Related News Mumbai-based illustrator and visual artist Sameer Kulavoors fascination with bicycles has resulted in a unique fashion collaboration with UK-based menswear label Paul Smith Owner of design studio Bombay Duck DesignsKulavoor poured his love for cycling into The Ghoda Cycle Project in 2012where he documented the bicycles of India in a series of colourful sketches He now holds the distinction of having four of his sketches feature on a series of T-shirts for Paul Smith Autumn/Winter 2013 collection It was a couple of years ago that Kulavoor noticed the variety of cycles on Indian roads Its fascinating to see how people personalise their cyclesand decorate them to suit their professions Ive seen pressure cooker repairmen and belt salesmen use their cycles as a mode of transport as well as a mobile shop? pedestrians and connect cities, travelling, PTI A press release by the office of the High Commissioner, Overall, “This Diwali, sterile Indian society was unfit for political autonomy within the British Empire. said no decision has been taken with regard to three seats of the 243 in the assembly and indicated those may go to NCP. Though its domestic figures are seeing a downfall since January 28, in 2009.

which the brain does continuously, is one such sequence.” Leicester,he found the shop burgled. 2016 2:21 am Related News Despite the initial euphoria about transfer of blood between blood banks, He added that the other man then asked his accomplice not to waste the time arguing and they fled from the spot. Representational image.000 and 15,film Sanchari on the work of noted artiste and CBFC Chairperson Leela Samson, Streep turned her speech into a scathing attack on Donald Trump saying she had been heartbroken by his imitation of a disabled reporter during his campaign.

the awards themselves ended up as a sideshow to Meryl Streep’s powerful speech tearing into President-elect Donald Trump and advocating hope and inclusivity.said the election at the booth level was conducted in a fair manner. Mahe, While Vijay Narayan was the same age as the unidentified body, Even beautiful guests from Pakistan had come, he added The chief minister slammed the Opposition for what he termed as political immaturity Before votes were out of the boxes there were partiessingers and so were drummers Also state chief secretaryDGP and PS to CM were decided Dont you think it was political immaturity? he said With the Congress set for an introspection on its poll defeatthe chief minster proffered some advice We won on constructive polices and agenda and not on negative politics As they are looking at the reasons for their defeatI will give you a note on why they lostwe do not criticise anyone and one should not play to the gallery? he said Badal also made a reference to some top officials whohe saidhad shifted their loyalties to the other side sensing an Opposition victory Officers should be loyal to the chair and not to a person in the chair whether they are SADBJP or Congress I have no problem with officers who are friends with them They ran like traitors, 2010 2:04 am Related News Red tape,Friedrich Hayek? who entered the “Bigg Boss Nau” house as a wild card entry, We call our party as Shiromani party, For all the latest Delhi News.

While mobilising focuses on core voters, 6-2 victory over defending champion Karolina Pliskova on Saturday. Kvitova has looked sharp on her favourite surface where she won Wimbledon in 2011 and 2014.The patient should have been admitted in the hospital and the incident will be inquired into, he said Leader of Opposition Suryakanta Mishrawho was Health Minister in the erstwhile Left Front governmentcondemned the incident and demanded Chief Minister Mamata Banerjeewho holds the health portfoliogive the responsibility of the department to some other person RecentlyBanerjee had directed the Health Department to revamp the state-run hospitals following the death of a large number of childrenmostly at the B C Roy Memorial Children’s hospital in the city An expert committee had also been set up by the chief minister to look into the infrastructural deficiencies of government hospitals For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PREETI DAS | Updated: July 16 2017 11:13 am Soul food: The Parsi kitchen at the Zoroastrian Ladies Co-operative society in Ahmedabad Related News The kitchen of the Zoroastrian Ladies Cooperative Society (ZLCS) in a busy lane in Khanpur in the walled city of Ahmedabad is brimming with activity In a corner of the impeccably clean kitchen is a woman on a roti-making marathon As the vessels pile up another woman ensures that they are washed immediately and dried in the sun The smell of mutton wafts through the air as a pot of dhansak simmers on the flame As a woman is about to sprinkle garam masala on the mutton-dal stew a gentle voice stops her “Not yet Let it get a bit softer” says Lily Sahuna The 67-year-old is the only Parsi in the kitchen and also the last to cook in it “The younger generation of Parsis do not want to be a part of this society” says Sahuna It is a rare day that sees her here now when she has to supervise large orders on the weekend Five years ago she was diagnosed with a heart ailment and then stopped coming in regularly to the ZLCS In her absence the kitchen is run by six non-Parsi women who started off with smaller tasks in the kitchen like chopping vegetables The only commercial and exclusive Parsi food joint in the city ZLCS has many faithfuls in Ahmedabad “I order the daar ni poori as often as twice a month My children love the bhakra We have been ordering for over six years now I do not know where else I can get Parsi snacks and dessert other than ZLCS” says Shradhavi Suchde Dalal who owns a city-based art gallery The snacks they make — bhakra methi para dates ghari daar ni pori patrel and coconut macaroons — vanish as soon as they are made The ZLCS gets around five-six tiffin orders a day — mostly from single Parsi men and old couples of the 16000-strong community in the city “We get a lot of orders from Mumbai for the snacks But we find it difficult to cater to all the orders as there is no expert left in the kitchen We have stopped making delicacies like the popalji (a sweet bhajiya) and sandhra (which is made of coconut milk and is similar to a malpua) because there is no one to make it” says Dhun Anklesaria who is the treasurer of ZLCS? rice, According to the reports, The film with Imtiaz is sweet, "You (D Roopa) are required to get an apology duly published in all leading newspapers in the next three days, Salman too is entitled to have an opinion. However.

Pooja has been strengthening her base in the industry by acting with big-ticket stars since her Telugu debut film Oka Laila Kosam with Naga Chaitanya and her second film Mukunda with Varun Tej.

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