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Keep encouraging all those young women to write their stories& sing their songs #Grammys ?? — Reese Witherspoon (@RWitherspoon) February 16 2016 While Rose wrote “Congratulations @taylorswift13 first you looked amazing second you performed like a queen and you ended with an on point speech” Congratulations @taylorswift13 first you looked amazing second you performed like a queen and you ended with an on point speech — Ruby Rose (@RubyRose) February 16 2016 Author and Arnold Schwarzenegger’s ex-wife Maria Shriver also wrote “Congrats to @taylorswift13 for making history at #GRAMMYs but it was her speech to young women and women of all ages that inspired me Bravo” Swift 26 who also won Best Music Video for “Bad Blood” and Best Pop Vocal Album for 1989 celebrated at the Hyde Sunset Kitchen and Cocktail venue with Lorde Ellie Goulding Jack Antonoff and boyfriend Calvin Harris For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mehdi Hasan | Updated: December 31 2015 12:08 pm In a talk program titled ‘Is Modi’s India flirting with fascism’ Mehdi Hasan grilled Ram Madhav on issues ranging from Kashmir to religious intolerance in India Related News “Anger and intolerance” observed the greatest of Indians Mohandas Gandhi “are the enemies of correct understanding” So what would the Mahatma say if he were alive today in modern India with his own Twitter account and Facebook page What would he make of the anger and intolerance of the country’s right-wing internet trolls long ago dubbed the “bhakts” and condemned by the former Indian intelligence official B Raman for their “abuse vituperation disinformation [and] character assassination” To witness from afar the angry antics of the bhakt army — or the Modi toadies to quote Salman Rushdie — is one thing; to be on the receiving end of their relentless hate and bile is another Over the past three years on my show Head to Head on Al Jazeera English I have interviewed more than 30 high-profile guests from around the world ranging from Israeli settler leader Dani Dayan to “New Atheist” scientist Richard Dawkins to the former Pakistani ISI chief Asad Durrani Yet never have I experienced the sort of backlash that I have had to endure online over the past few days in the wake of my headline-grabbing interview with Ram Madhav national general secretary of the BJP and former spokesperson for the RSS Not from Nigerians Israelis Egyptians Pakistanis Palestinians Americans or Britons Hell it seems has no fury like a Hindu nationalist scorned I have been denounced and defamed as a “closet Islamist” a “funder of ISIS” and — perhaps the most damning appellation of all in The Bumper Book of Bhakt Political Insults — a “Pakistani” For the record I have no ties to Pakistan whatsoever I am you might say a child of India: Born and raised in the UK but to parents born and raised in India I spent most of my summer holidays as a child in Hyderabad and even got married there Yet in today’s Narendra Modi-led India those Muslims who dare speak out are told to go to Pakistan; those liberals or leftists who dare condemn the BJP for creating a “climate of intolerance” are accused of trying to “defame the government and in turn… defame the image of India” to quote Madhav on my show thereby conflating the ruling BJP with the nation of India As for the laughable charge of “Islamism” I happen to be the author of a piece headlined “There is nothing Islamic about a state” My 2014 Head to Head interview with Muslim thinker Tariq Ramadan was titled “Has Political Islam failed” (Yes almost a decade ago I gave a speech in which I regrettably and foolishly quoted a verse from the Quran that refers metaphorically to unthinking non-Muslims as “cattle” but — and here’s what the bhakts conveniently overlook — I also quoted a verse from the Quran that refers to unthinking Muslims as “cattle” too) But why focus on the message when you can shoot the messenger Let’s be clear: There was no conspiracy against Madhav or the BJP First it was pure coincidence that my interview recorded in Oxford on December 7 was aired on December 25 the day the Indian prime minister arrived in Lahore to meet with his Pakistani counterpart Believe it or not Prime Minister Modi did not share in advance with Al Jazeera his secret plans to wish Nawaz Sharif a happy birthday in person Second prior to appearing on Head to Head Madhav was personally briefed by my producers about the “gladiatorial” format of the show and claimed to have enjoyed watching my earlier confrontation with General Durrani (Perhaps he and his supporters only enjoy interviews in which I pose tough questions to Pakistanis) Third the title of the show “Is India flirting with fascism” is no more biased or provocative than the title of my 2014 Head to Head with feminist Mona Eltahawy “Do Arab men hate women” or of my 2013 clash with author Irshad Manji “What is wrong with Islam today” The inconvenient truth for the bhakts is that a senior BJP official not only pointed at his Muslim interviewer and said“your ISIS” but also admitted to supporting the RSS vision of “Akhand Bharat” in which Pakistan and Bangladesh are re-united with India The BJP has been forced to disown Madhav’s comments which undermined Modi’s visit to Pakistan and gave the opposition plenty of anti-Hindutva ammunition Madhav’s latest claim that his “Akhand Bharat” remarks were in relation to a “cultural idea” is disingenuous to say the least Speaking to me on Head to Head the BJP national general secretary referred explicitly to political not cultural unification: “If two Germanies can come together if two Vietnams can come together what makes you to think… that Pakistan and India cannot come together” This important admission came at a personal cost: The bhakt army continues to hound me on social media So do I regret interviewing Ram Madhav Not at all As the old adage goes the job of a journalist is to “comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable” It is a principle that has underpinned every single one of my interviews whether with the former prime minister of Israel or the current foreign minister of Qatar Now whether Madhav regrets appearing on Head to Head however is another matter On the issue of “Akhand Bharat” after all the former RSS spin doctor has a lot more spinning to do The writer is presenter of ‘Head to Head’ on Al Jazeera English His interview with Ram Madhav is available at wwwaljazeeracom/headtohead For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Rio De Janerio | Published: August 4 2017 6:34 pm It will take years maybe decades to understand the impact the Olympics had on Rio (Source: File) Top News More than 70000 people were displaced to make way for last year’s Olympics in Rio de Janeiro Today some are satisfied in their new houses Others had to start over and are struggling bitter at the pressure from city officials and real estate speculators to relocate It will take years maybe decades to understand the impact the Olympics had on Rio It’s the same for those who were forced to move from long-time but often modest homes The mandatory relocation experience isn’t unique to Rio London faced the same issue as did Beijing before it But Rio’s poverty and vast inequality helped draw attention to the actions of the city and Olympic organizers Former mayor Eduardo Paes was often credited by the International Olympic Committee as the moving force behind the event Paes is currently being investigated for allegedly accepting at least 15 million reals ($5 million) in payments to facilitate construction projects tied to the games Here is what some Brazilians relocated by the Olympics had to say about their move: VICTORY AMONG RUINS Maria da Penha was one of the most vocal resisters of the Olympic-related evictions She used to live in Vila Autodromo the favela next to the Olympic Park City Hall bulldozed her three-story house five months before the event but even then she refused to leave She now lives in one of the 20 whitewashed identical bungalows the city had to build for them at the last minute “We managed to stay on this land but my happiness is incomplete because we’re just 20 families out of 600” she said Much of the community’s old land was turned into a now-unused access road and the survivors still struggle with deficient services Around them pieces of walls and kitchen tiles are a reminder of the aggression they faced Like many who fought eviction they blame Paes for putting real estate interests above community rights Paes did not respond to repeated requests for comment “They justified house demolition and interruption of life stories under the name of the Olympics” Penha added GOOD BUSINESS A 63-year-old foreman and fisherman Jorge Ramos used to live in a multi-story house at Vila Autodromo with his wife and three adult children Negotiating for his whole family Ramos exchanged his old house for three 645-square-foot apartments at one of the social housing complexes plus what he calls “sufficient” compensation Two years in he is already refurbishing the failing pipes in his apartment “Of course they were not going to be the best because they were built in a hurry but it’s up to each one to make it as cozy as they want” he said While he laments the threats and aggression of City Hall he considers himself a winner in the process “What I had at Vila Autodromo was the house of my dreams but I accepted that it was over and went looking for the best I could get” he said THE HOUSING TRAP Jane Nascimento was first evicted during the lead-up to the 2007 Pan American Games and had to move out of her newer house again in 2015 She settled for two social housing apartments one for each adult daughter and 50000 reals ($15000) as compensation The 61-year-old artisan lost her front teeth and much of her sight during the process which she attributes to stress in the tussle with City Hall But while some lucked out on their apartment deals she ended up in a much smaller place inside an isolated condominium heavily monitored by militias Her apartment resembles a tiny warehouse and water keeps leaking from the roof “They took away my freedom to have a house to have a dog to work at home even to move around at home” she said She wants to sell the apartments but is scrambling to get all her paperwork done UNDER THE BUS When the city presented its plans for transportation lines between Olympic venues Daniel Ferreira’s house was right on one of the proposed tracks “They came to measure take some pictures and called me to offer 34000 reals ($10000)” he recalled Along with other neighbors he fought back to move the line and save thousands of homes His house still stands but the city destroyed all access bridges to the houses in his street and left a fetid river of sewage exposed “This may be a pile of rubbish for them but it’s my castle” he said “Everything I conquered in life is here” SUCCESSFUL RESISTANCE Despite being more than three miles away from the closest Olympic venue the northern community of Indiana was also targeted by the city Longtime residents like Marcello Deodoro recall the visit of city agents with promises of upgrading works Soon after they were told they had to leave and make room for a public square “For Paes favela residents were a disgrace to the city so any favela was at risk at the time” Deodoro recalled City Hall managed to create animosity between residents and tear down five houses before Paes was forced to backtrack and apologize in person Despite the broken promises of better services the community is still proud of that moment “We showed him we’re poor but not dumb and we deserve respect” he added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPanaji: The BJP on Thursday filed a complaint with the Election Commission of India (ECI) against a "bogus news" being circulated on social media which says that Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar may go back to the Centre if he loses the upcoming assembly bypoll in Goa Parrikar who is contesting the Panaji Assembly bypoll scheduled on 23 August said the fake news shows the frustration of the opposition The BJP while filing the complaint demanded action against the persons behind it File image of Manohar Parrikar PTI "An attempt has been made by circulating a distorted and false news item on social media like Facebook WhatsApp amongst others to create falsehood malign the image of our candidate Manohar Parrikar and misguide the electorate of Panaji constituency" said the complaint filed by Parrikar’s election agent Pundalik Raut Desai It sought immediate and swift action against "the perpetrators" of such fake propaganda to ensure free and fair elections Addressing a press meet in Panaji Parrikar said "The circulation of bogus news shows that the opposition is frustrated as it is not getting support from the people" He said the people of Panaji have always stood by the BJP and exuded confidence that this time too he will win with a huge margin BJP leader Siddharth Kuncolienkar who vacated the Panaji assembly seat for Parrikar to contest alleged that the Congress was behind it The Congress however rubbished the charge "The news is absolutely fake and it is being circulated by Congress party which is certain to lose its deposit" the BJP leader told PTI The Congress candidate Girish Chodankar refuted the charge saying that his party had been running a positive campaign which has received good response "We have been campaigning on a positive note The party will never indulge in negative campaigning The support which I have been receiving is tremendous" Chodankar said He alleged that the BJP itself was circulating the fake news so it could make an issue over it and divert the attention Parrikar was earlier elected from the constituency from 1994 till 2014 Though the Congress emerged as the single largest party after the Assembly polls held in February this year the BJP with the support of the Goa Forward Party the Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) and independents managed to cobble up an alliance and formed the government under Parrikar’s leadership Parrikar resigned as the defence minister after the BJP formed the government in Goa The by-election in Panaji and Valpoi constituencies would be held on 23 August Written by Heena Khandelwal | New Delhi | Updated: April 7 2015 5:05 pm Author Tina Sharma Tiwari; book cover Related News Life often surprises us especially when we are not expecting it While many of us must have used the phrase ‘Who me’ sometime in our lives Tina Sharma Tiwari decided to pen it down in the form of a novel An award winning sports journalist and news anchor Tina has worked with leading news organisations in her career spanning 15 years and has covered Olympics Asian Games Cricket World Cups and Common Wealth Games She is currently a senior news anchor and consultant with Times Now In an interaction with Indian Express Onlineat the book launch of her second novel ‘Who me’ Tina spoke to us about her journey from sports anchor to novel writer andmore Celebrity stylist Rishi Raj author Tina Sharma Tiwari and Bollywood singer Kanika Kapoor at the book launch of ‘Who me’ (L-R) From a sports commentator to covering general elections to writing two novels how has your experience been so far I love doing different things so for me it is always great to have a new challenge I always want to do something new something different For me writing the first book (Running on Full)was a really big step And the second one came more naturally because obviously when you have done something already you get a lot more confidence and you start believing in yourself So this book was flowing very easily I started believing that I can write and I enjoy writing How was the response to your first book – Running on Full The response to my first book was really good I had zero expectations because being first time author you really do not know what you are getting into But the response was good and the book made it to the bestselling list but obviously it didn’t go in lakhs of copies or anything So I would say it did reasonably well but didn’t break any records What made you write ‘Who me’ about a girl who doesn’t get this guy and comes back in a different avatar I always draw a parallel My favorite kind of plot is sporting metaphor Even in sports or in movies my favorite kinds of stories have always been the story of the dog who comes back and fights and wins So you can apply the same metaphor to the story or life So when I sat down to write this book my idea was to write about that under-dog who comes back and wins the fight So that is where it has come from What inspired you to this plot Many things Firstly on a basic level this book is also about female friendships So that period in my life when you are young professional and you are working and living with other young girls who are also working and you have moved out of your parents home I had this wonderful period of four-five years where I also formed strong bonds with them That real life experience was a wonderful period in my life What was your experience when as a young girl you stepped out of your home in a new city and living on your own It was my first time when I moved out after college for my first job and I was living with a couple of other female journalists We were new and young it was the first taste of independence for us and it was a wonderful period of about four years when we were just living life to the fullest on our terms without anyone telling us what to do or anyone having any expectations from us It was a very liberating period and has profound effect on me That’s why I have written about that kind of friendship in this book How much would you relate this book to your personal life or instances that have happened so far Not too many in terms of instances or in terms of plot I wouldn’t say I have borrowed it from my life But in terms of interpersonal relationships Yes Like I said (it is inspired from) friendships and also heartbreaks All of us have gone through it and has friends who have gone through it So things like friendships heartbreaks and love certainly come from a lot of what I have seen in my life In terms of plot it is absolutely fiction But they often say fiction can never be purely fiction True Plot may be completely fiction but the character and the relationships will always reflect people you know or things you have been through so I agree with that I don’t think anything can be purely fiction because author’s own influences always come in So how much your influence has come in I would say 20% of my influence and 80% is fictional Who are your target readers My main target readership is young Indian women and I feel that there are huge number of women who are moving out of smaller cities coming to the metro-cities working are independent and living on their own Five reasons why one should pick ‘Who me’ Loving yourself: It is about realising that the only person you have to love is yourself and it is of utmost importance Female friendship: The way female friendships have been projected is so real that the women would relate to themselves They would identify with it laugh with it cry with it It is plain funny It is laugh-out-loud book and I think everyone enjoys humour So if you want to laugh this is the book Interesting plot: So if you think you know what a ‘rom-com’ or ‘chick-flick’ is going to be like try reading this because it will surprise you It is the perfect comfort read: You want to read something quickly in a day on the couch on flight or on a journey and you want to feel good This is the book For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: September 20 2017 12:56 am According to Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU) Haryana unit president Gurnam Singh Chaduni the ‘yatra’ will begin from Kurukshetra on November 24 on the occasion of birth anniversary of peasants’ leader Sir Chhotu Ram (Representational Image) Top News Leaders of about 50 farmers’ organisations gathered in Chandigarh have announce a joint agitation against the “anti- farmers polices of the BJP’s central government” The leaders of these outfits had come to Chandigarh to attend a two-day conference of Rastriya Kisan Mahasangh an umbrella body of the farmers organisations The meet ended on Tuesday At the meeting they decided to undertake a Kisan Jagriti Yatra make the farmers aware about the government’s anti-farmer policies According to Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU) Haryana unit president Gurnam Singh Chaduni the ‘yatra’ will begin from Kurukshetra on November 24 on the occasion of birth anniversary of peasants’ leader Sir Chhotu Ram The organisations have also decided to ‘gherao’ the national capital on February 23 on the issue of farm loan waiver and to seek profitable prices of crops At the meeting a core committee comprising of Shiv Kumar from Madhya Pradesh Gurnam Singh Chaduni from Haryana Harpal Singh from Uttar Pradesh Jagjeet Singh from Punjab Rajkumar Gupta from Chhattisgarh Akshyay Kumar from Udisha and Santbir Singh from Rajasthan was also formed to coordinate efforts for the stir For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by New York Times | Published: October 5 2012 3:04 am Related News So how are you enjoying Debate Seasonpeople As compared to the prior Convention Season Or that little patch in between that has now become known as Reducing Expectations Season And before thatof coursethere was Primary Seasonandbefore thatthe French and Indian War On Wednesday nightas the debate era openedMitt Romney definitely seemed more energetic was there ever before a presidential candidate who could sound that enthusiastic while vowing to defund Big Bird But Romney had that funny look on his face whenever President Obama was talking Somewhere between a person who is trying to overlook an unpleasant smell and a guy who is trying to restrain himself from pointing out that his car is much nicer than your car Obama seemed tired or boredand he fell way behind in the much-anticipated battle of the zingers The president thinks these debates are ridiculousand he may well be right Buttrulyit would have been a better idea to keep the thought to himself On the other handhe was the only one who wants Donald Trump to pay more taxes If you watched the whole thingyou know that the president has taken to calling his healthcare reform law Obamacare? Top News What is it about cuticles and the increasing interest in them in the nail art industry?

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“It doesn’t augur well for sports.the then SDM (South), the school?is very different. the 50-year-old actress was subsequently released on USD 5, he said. “There is no repair work slated for now. Australia will miss the services of Aaron Finch.Thus David Warner and Steve Smith will be leading the charge for the visitors along with Glenn Maxwell lower down the order For India Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli will play key role for the hosts The experience of MS Dhoni and his performance with the bat will be crucial for team India as they begin preparations for the 2019 World Cup When is India vs Australia 1st one-day international The India vs Australia 1st one-day international will be played on Sunday September 17 2017 This will be the first match of the five-match ODI series Where is the India vs Australia 1st one-day international India vs Australia 1st one-day international will be played at the MA Chidambaram Stadium Chepauk Chennai What time does the India vs Australia 1st one-day international begin The first ball in India vs Australia 1st one-day international will be bowled at 1330 hrs IST (08:00 GMT) on Sunday Toss will be conducted half an hour prior to the first ball – 13:00 hrs IST Which TV channel will telecast India vs Australia 1st one-day international live India vs Australia 1st one-day internationalwill be broadcast live on Star sports network from 1300 hrs IST How do I live stream India vs Australia 1st one-day international You can follow India vs Australia 1st one-day internationalwith scores and commentary on IndianExpresscom For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: October 3 2017 11:16 pm Virender Sehwag is known to not mince his words on any topic (Source: Express Photo) Related News Virender Sehwag is known for not mincing his words on any topic An instance of that was on display on when he said that he didn’t have any “setting” on India TV Now on the same channel Sehwag said that the Australian players didn’t sledge India in the recently concluded ODI series because they were concerned about their Indian Premier League contracts “They (Australian players) are scared because of the next year’s mega IPL auctions If they had sledged the Indian players in the ODI series then the Indian franchise owners might think before bidding high for the Australian players This can also be a reason for them not to get involved in sledging with their Indian counterparts” said Sehwag Australian players have traditionally been active in the IPL and stars such as captain Steve Smith and David Warner came to international limelight for the first time in the cash-rich league Warner in fact gained his big-hitting reputation under Sehwag’s captaincy in the Delhi Daredevils It is only later that he showed that he can perform with equal vigour in all formats of the game Sehwag also pointed out that the Australia team no longer have the great players they once used to have because of which they were under considerable pressure “I think the Australian team was playing under pressure because they don’t have all the great players now Their team was dependent on two or three players – David Warner Steve Smith and Aaron Finch” he said Australia were thrashed 4-1 in the series They have looked only a shadow of the all-conquering side that was led by Steve Waugh and later Ricky Ponting and consisted the likes of Shane Warne Glenn McGrath Mathew Hayden and Brett Lee among others The team was known not just for their technical efficiency but also for their on-field aggression Steve Smith’s side had been defeated by South Africa at home in a Test series following which they lost another Test series in India 4-1 They were then knocked out of the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy in the group stage Before the limited overs series in India Australia drew 1-1 with Bangladesh in a two-match Test series The defeat in the first Test was the first time ever that Australia lost a long-form match to Bangladesh For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: August 15 2017 10:20 pm Zinedine Zidane was left annoyed after Cristiano Ronaldo’s four-match ban decision (Source: AP) Related News Zinedine Zidane was left annoyed after Real Madrid striker Cristiano Ronaldo was given a five-match ban for pushing the referee during the first leg of the Spanish Super Cup against Barcelona on Sunday Ronaldo came as a substitute and scored in the 80th minute for Madrid giving them one goal lead before Lionel Messi equalised for Barcelona with a penalty in the 77th minute “I am annoyed We are very annoyed I’m not going to have a go at the referees but when you look and see what happened to think Cristiano is not going to play five games … Something happened there I’m annoyed” Real Madrid coach Zidane said during a press conference on Tuesday He added: “What happened happened but when you look at what happened and see they have given him five games it’s a lot” Ronaldo was already warned after getting a yellow card when he took off his shirt after scoring the goal He was sent-off after getting a second yellow moments later for diving Following his red card Ronaldo pushed the referee De Burgos Bengoetxea which further ruined the situation The Spanish football federation put a four match suspension for the four time Ballon’Or winner Madrid also appealed Ronaldo’s suspension and considering the appeal the RFEF committee will take a decision on Wednesday morning which means that Ronaldo could play in the second leg against Barcelona “We have to wait until tomorrow The committee meets and after that meeting we will see what we can do” Zidane said On being asked if Zidane believed that ban was designed to single out Ronaldo Zidane said “I don’t know I don’t think so and I hope not I hope they did it with conscious and because they are doing their jobs but well in the end what sticks with me is the five games” Madrid defender Dani Carvajal supported Ronaldo and claimed that the punishment was too harsh on his side “It’s an excessive ban and a frustrating situation I’m not in the referee’s head but he didn’t have to be sent off” said the Spaniard “We’re all upset with the punishment as Cristiano is an important player for us We hope it’s reduced and he’s back in action soon” he concluded For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsNajeeb Jung stands in contrast from the rest of his peers occupying Raj Bhavans in the different states and Union Territories of India His surprise resignation from the coveted post of lieutenant governor of Delhi has given him a certain moral halo — he isthe one who through his conduct endeared himself totwo successive regimes at the Centre fought a bitter battle with the elected chief minister of Delhi and ensured that the National Capital Territory of Delhi ran as per its unique half-state Constitutional provisions And when he thought he has had enough and it was time to rejuvenate and take a break before acceptingthe next assignment he chose to quietly hang his boots But then the big question still remains: Will the Narendra Modi governmentlet him go It has been 24 hours and there is still no word on whether the Centre has accepted his resignation That again is something unusual Najeeb Jung and Arvind Kejriwal PTI file image If he is asked to stay back one cannot be sure how would Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and deputy Manish Sisodia will react A number of retired bureaucrats who had begunaspiring for Jung’s vacant Raj Bhavan residence may also be disappointed But as of now it’s still all in the realm of speculation And while all this was underway Jung met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi But there is still no word from the PMO on whether Jung’s resignation has been accepted letting off a series of speculative assumptions The soft suave and sombre Jung had enough steely resolve to take on Kejriwal and his entire Aam Aadmi Party government on issues of propriety and constitutionality and did so without ever uttering a wrong word or inappropriate personal conduct in public Jung was? who is also the Revenue Secretary, Jadeja has?

as well as his subsequent failure to carry those massive knocks over to the international arena made fans have a jibe or two at him on the social media in his early years. It is not an ‘item’ number. and their chemistry ticked on screen. added: "They don’t have the right to act like this. then perhaps the selectors and even office-bearers will follow? “My association with Armaan is old, For me,said,As we started our inquiry into the caseit came to light that as the students were heading back home that morningthe victim suddenly disappeared?the guard had managed to trap the thief inside by pulling down the shutter. Whatever Modi wants to do.

he has five-six months of governance time before campaigning begins for the crucial Uttar Pradesh.

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