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located 40 kms from Vadodara ? and now, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBirmingham: There are two ways to look at this whole Virat Kohli-Anil Kumble mess that the Indian team is currently embroiled in. Party sources indicate a final decision — whether to sever ties or not — may be taken shortly, BCCI is a very male chauvinist organisation.says R.” he added.” Karyakarte said. There’s always confrontation when you are not playing at home, "I just gave it my best and was serving well out there.
midfielder Ander Herrera has said.Besides,s a great place for people to meet up and have conversations or exchange ideas, says Dasguptawhose band performed and recorded the music video at ABC Farms in Pune a couple of weeks ago for the Chaiwala video series The series invites bands for an acoustic performance in the setting of a tea stall Dasgupta explains the concept?a solo lead which I think is great, I haven’t been doing a lot of films so I am not that busy. People are actually accusing me of being a lazy actor because I do one film a year” Madhavan was last seen in 2011 release ‘Tanu Weds Manu’ For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsOf late the Bharatiya Janata Party’s top financial minds have begun speaking out in strong words about the precarious state of the Indian economy They are highly critical of the Narendra Modi government’s failure to act in time to arrest a major economic slowdown despite early warning signals certain unwarranted economic moves that only worsened the pain and about the government’s reluctance to accept past mistakes and work on concrete remedies The latest such caution has come from BJP leader and former union finance minister Yashwant Sinha In an op-ed for The Indian Express (read here) Sinha minced no words while accusing Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley for the current mess built up in the economy Sinha feels “it is his national duty” to speak up now and said that many in the BJP know the state of affairs in the economy but are afraid to speak up “out of fear” Yashwant Sinha PTI file photo Sinha did not elaborate on what are the reasons for the fear though He has criticised Jaitley for ‘wasting’ the oil bonanza and letting the legacy problems (stalled projects bank NPAs) persist and even turn worse He listed certain economic ills such as absence of private investments return of the “raid raj” and distress in “sector after sector” in the economy Of course Sinha isn’t the lone economic critic of the government from the BJP’s own camp It wasn’t long before BJP MP Subamanian Swamy also a known academic/economist hit out against the government’s economic policies and cautioned that the economy is on a tailspin and corrective measures are in order to avoid a depression Similarly former union minister Arun Shourie too came down heavily on the Modi government saying it is only managing headlines and not the economy Shourie called ‘demonetisation’ — Modi’s biggest economic move — as the greatest blunder in 70 years Empirical evidence suggests that all these critics aren’t far off the mark in their allegations and something must have really pushed them to initiate friendly fire Multiple economic indicators and trends emerging from different sectors point out a serious economic problem that is difficult to ignore even for hardcore Modi fans Private investments are lowest in many years GDP has been falling quarter after quarter and hit 57 percent in the June quarter banknon-performing assets (NPAs) are too high and hence credit growth to industries at multi-year lows industrial production has plummeted inflation is inching up limiting room for the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to cut rates and unemployment is rising posing a big question mark to millions of new entrants to the job market The government’s twin back-to-back disruptions — demonetisation and rollout of goods and services tax (GST) — have acted adversely to economic recovery It will take a while before GST revenue streams stabilise and the consequences of demonetisation become a distant memory Even the most optimistic of economists agree that a significant revival in the present economic scenario is unlikely in the near future even if the much-hyped bail-out package is rolled out now The government is in a tight spot since any economic stimulus will compromise the hard-won gains of the improvement in fiscal deficit But with no pick up in private investment on the horizon there is no option for the government but to loosen its purse strings There is no easy way out of the current scenario But the biggest cause of worry at this point is that the Modi government continues to be in denial mode of the actual state of the economy and often opts for diversionary tactics to turn attention from the real problems It was only recently that BJP President Amit Shah said the decline in gross domestic product (GDP) is only “technical” (read here) Shah must remember that technical reasons have only helped to show GDP growth rate in a better shape As Yashwant Sinha points out in his article had it been the old methodology of GDP calculation the growth rate would have shown even lower (by at least 200 bps) Jaitley too makes frequent statements to establish that critics are wrong This denial is even more dangerous since the first step to solving a problem is to acknowledge it exists Even more worrying is Sinha’s comment that many in the ruling party are afraid to speak up openly on the state of the economy despite knowing the facts If that is true this is the most unfortunate thing to happen in a democratically elected government It reduces the whole affair to the work of a closed group denying scope for discussions and gaining from collective intelligence A room for discussions criticism and dissent is crucial to generate consensus in a democratic set-up If fear is preventing BJP leaders from speaking up and pinpointing important economic issues it will be difficult to find newer solutions Sinha’s caution should be an eye-opener for PM Modi His government particularly Arun Jaitley would do well to stop pretending all is well in the economy and pay attention to informed criticism to seek solutions Raipur: Two Naxals were killed on Sunday in an exchange of fire with security forces in Chhattisgarh’s insurgency-hit Sukma district police said Representative image PTI The skirmish took place in the jungles of Kistaram police station area when a joint team of security personnel was out on a counter-insurgency operation Special Director General of Police (anti-Maoist operations) DM Awasthi told PTI Based on specific inputs about movement of ultras the composite squad of the Special Task Force and the District Reserve Guard launched the operation late last night in Kistaram area around 500 kms from here he said The team came under heavy fire from Naxals this morning in the forests leading to the gunbattle Awasthi said After the Naxals fled two bodies of their comrades besides a muzzle loading gun and a country-made pistol were recovered from the spot he said Written by Yashodhara Dalmia | Updated: July 26 2016 12:11 am The elation of Independence however had been dismantled by the ravages of the Partition and for Raza it led to extreme isolation as his family members decided to leave for Pakistan (Source: Express photo by Ravi Kanojia/ File) Top News The passing away of Syed Haider Raza leaves behind only a few of those magnificent men with their splendid art and grand ways In the early nineties when I first encountered him he had an aristocratic dashing air of a man with grey locks falling over his forehead who had achieved and seen enough to be at ease with the idiosyncracies of the world Raza had come to my apartment in Mumbai where I was living then for coffee and conversation about the Progressive Artists’ Group and his own journey If his suave appearance put one in a daze it was his account which was even more mesmerising He had come as a young man from Madhya Pradesh in 1943 to study art at the Sir J J School of Art and when due to some complications he could not be admitted he joined a block-maker’s studio to earn a living In his spare time he would paint the view from the window and even at this stage his street scenes were imbued with a special significance His work attracted attention and he was soon to become a member of the newly formed Progressive Artists’ Group which had artists like FN Souza MF Husain KH Ara HA Gade and SK Bakre The group was critical of the effete revivalism of the Bengal School and the academic styles taught in art colleges and squarely took historical reality into account in their art In course of time they would not only be centrestage on the art mainstream in India but also act as an exemplar of an emergent non Euro-American modernism In their formative years however the artists lived in small congested spaces and travelled long distances to meet at the seafront or a chai shop to have discussions on art and pave the course it was to take in a newly independent country The elation of Independence however had been dismantled by the ravages of the Partition and for Raza it led to extreme isolation as his family members decided to leave for Pakistan “My brothers all four of them and my own sister decided to leave for Pakistan because the climate in Damoh and in Delhi for my eldest brother had become unbearable” he said But rooted as he felt in India he decided to stay on and his syncretic vision would infuse his work with subliminal depths Raza left for Paris in 1950 intending to study in the Mecca of art for a few years but spent the next few decades there married the artist Janine Mongillat and began to make dents on the international scene It was clear that his heart was in India though for when he made a breakthrough in his art influenced to some extent by artists like Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko during a residency at Berkeley University it was with a fluid gestural strokes latent with memories and colours of home In a masterly painting like “Ma” for instance we have flaming tongues of colour on one side counterpointed by a black still centre on the other and with the evocative lines below in Devanagari script “Mother when I return home what should I bring” In many works we see the influence of the splendid colours and movement of the miniatures of Mewar and Malwa which bring the searing sensations of his land As Raza’s work became fluid and resonant with memories his thoughts travelled to the still black centre which he had encountered as a child The young boy’s mind would wander restlessly in the forests — for his father was a forest ranger in Barbaria till his teacher Nandlal Jharia drew a large dark circle on the board and asked him to concentrate on it Gradually as he blotted out everything else the circle began to yield brilliant colours And so the Bindu emerged — paintings with a black concentric circle pulsating with radiant light where the mother of all colours – black — gives birth to the enveloping red yellow white and blues reflected in its rotating orb There would be no looking back for the artist Raza returned to India in 2011 and settled in New Delhi His prices were now a far remove from the early days and fetched crores But untouched by all this despite his ill health he painted till the last days before his final hospitalisation Two years ago when we met at his Safdarjang house for a celebration of his 92nd birthday he clasped my hand tightly As fragile as he was he spoke softly but firmly “I have come home at last and this is where I want to die” How poignant it all seems now as we are left with his absence and also with his priceless legacy of art The writer is a Delhi-based art historian For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Shimla | Published: February 14 2017 3:01 am Top News Himachal Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh Monday termed the death of Akansh Sen nephew of his wife Pratibha Singh as a ‘clear-cut’ murder case “The boy was innocent He was killed in a planned manner He had no role in the brawl which had taken place between two groups He had gone to negotiate and get one of his friends released… who was detained by the rival group” he said Watch what else is in the news Claiming that Sen was a well-behaved boy who was brilliant in academics the Chief Minister said “After committing the crime the accused tried to give it a colour of accident and even lodged a report at the police station about it The police too started investigations assuming it to be a case of road accident involving a BMW” Virbhadra said it was only after the police was informed about the true facts that the investigations were taken-up in a right prospective as before ‘they tried to completely cover-up the case’ The Chief Minister went on to say that he would even write Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh asking him to set-up a SIT to take-up investigations in a fair manner “So far no arrests have been made but we hope the police will not come under influence of anyone and do its job in a free and fair manner to bring the culprits to justice” he added For all the latest Shimla News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Kolkata | Published: January 25 2016 8:09 am Tabu said “They think that if they come to me with less than the best role in the film she will not do it whether it’s comedy or whatever” Related News Actress Tabu says it is a “myth” that filmmakers feel she will not accept a role that is anything less than the best one “They think that if they come to me with less than the best role in the film she will not do it whether it’s comedy or whatever They feel ‘give her the best role in the film or she will refuse it’ “So that’s the myth they have about me” the “Chandni Bar” actress said here when asked on the roles that pass her by possibly because certain filmmakers feel she prefers intellectual characters The National Award winner said she was okay with the labels people ascribe her with (Read:Fortunate Tabu trusted me for ‘Fitoor’: Abhishek Kapoor) “People will put a tag that is convenient to put on you rather than what you are I am happy being who I am” she said at the Kolkata Literary Meet (Also read:Styling Tabu for ‘Fitoor’ was great says Manish Malhotra) For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: January 1 2016 11:04 am Onir says Raveena Tandon will leave the audience stunned with her performance in his upcoming film ‘Shab’ Related News Filmmaker Onir says actress Raveena Tandon will leave the audience stunned with her performance in his upcoming directorial venture “Shab” Raveena who made a guest appearance in last year’s “Bombay Velvet” will be seen in a full fledged role in this film When asked if “Shab” will be Raveena’s comeback film Onir told PTI “Yes it will be because she had a small role in ‘Bombay Velvet’ I genuinely feel she is an incredible actress and I was wanting to work with her on this film since a long time She will surprise everyone with her performance in the film” “Shab” a Delhi set drama is a love triangle and also stars actor Prosenjit Chatterjee’s wife Arpita and Ashish Bisht both in their Bollywood debut role Also read:Big B’s Wazir Akshay Kumar’s Airlift: Get ready for some big ticket releases in January 2016 Onir’s frequent collaborator actor Sanjay Suri will also be seen in the movie and the “My Brother… Nikhil” helmer is happy that his dream of making the film is coming true “‘Shab’ is the first script I had ever written almost 13-14 years ago Interestingly it was originally written for Raveena and Sanjay when I worked with them during the film ‘Daman’ Also read:Kajol Aishwarya Rai Bachchan Lara Dutta: Bollywood’s big comebacks in 2015 “The script has been with me since then and I am so happy the film is finally happening It is a dream come true” Onir’s next production venture “Chauranga” is scheduled to release on January 8 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: April 13 2016 11:35 am Hailey Baldwin who has been romantically linked to Justin Bieber in the past says dating a celebrity is not easy because of media attention on the relationship Related News Model Hailey Baldwin who has been romantically linked to Justin Bieber in the past says dating a celebrity is not easy because of media attention on the relationship The 19-year-old model was linked to the pop star earlier this year when the pair were spotted kissing but Baldwin says having a relationship with a celebrity is not ideal reported Female First “I don’t want attention out of dating somebody Texts started coming through crazy phone calls … it’s hard to date somebody in this industry “You have to have really thick skin and be very strong You have to focus on the person and nothing else And you have to as best you can block out all the extra noise” she said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: November 28 2015 1:53 am BJP MP Ramesh Bidhuri along with hundreds of party workers held a protest against the Delhi government outside the Assembly Friday (PTI Photo) Related News For the second day in a row AAP women MLAs continued their boycott of the assembly after leader of opposition Vijender Gupta brought a stop-work proposal to the house against the suspension of BJP MLA O P Sharma The women MLAs opposed the move and accused the BJP of disrespecting women “We would have understood if they talked about women’s safety but this wasn’t the case They brought a kaam roko proposal For them women’s safety is not an issue” said AAP MLA Bhavna Gaur Chandni Chowk MLA Alka Lamba along with other women MLAs walked out of the House demanding Sharma’s expulsion When asked about the protest Lamba said “Yeh aar paar ki ladai hai (This is final) We will not sit in the House until we get justice Derogatory words were used against a woman MLA by Sharma and we are made to sit in same house as him” added Lamba Lamba also pointed out that though the matter has been referred to the ethics committee it will take months to come to a conclusion “We talk about fast-track courts and yet we are not getting the same treatment from the assembly Our case should be fast-tracked too” said Lamba She said women from their respective constituencies had come to their houses and accused them of compromising on Sharma’s suspension for a day Speaker Ram Niwas Goel later requested the women MLAs to rejoin the House but they did not do so Gupta too appealed to the Speaker to call the women so that the House could function smoothly For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related Newsblamed the government for the agrarian crisis in the country and said that fixing of 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