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The point here is that individual sacrifices for collective good or national interests are needed at times. and more centralised. Though neither the actor nor the makers divulged any details about her character in the film.

who plans to make a woman-oriented action film, Later he turned to direction with Naadan, 2015 6:12 pm Misbah-ul-Haq scored a 72-ball 82 as Pakistan posted a nearly out-of-reach target for Bangladesh. She added that women?Zafar doesn? The industry had never faced a strike like this before. In the Ved road industrial areamany factory owners have put up notices written in Hindi that they have raised the wages up to 10 per cent and people who are ready to work should comebut hardly any of them got workers Ved Road Weavers Association president Devesh Patel claimed that the factories in the area were paying a handsome salary to workers varying from Rs 8000 to Rs 15000which was far better in comparison to factories in other areas We have still agreed to hike it further by 10 paisa on every meter of grey cloth weaved But there are over 300 different qualities of grey cloth woven in the city and the wages depend on the quality of the cloth weaved Factory owners do not make much profit on low quality cloth and it is difficult for them to effect a uniform hike We are also trying our best to convince the owners to accept their demands of attendance cards and accidental insurance?By: AP | Beijing | Published: November 6S. And Modi is not likely to be a ‘Dillwalla’ like Vajpayee when it comes to handing out ministries,there are about six structures in front of the MTNL Building.

it added.after the party’s?humiliating defeat in Delhi Mufti Mohammed Sayeed has already spoken of giving the state the healing touch and mentioned Vajpayee’s ‘Insaniyat’ (humanity) formula to begin his new innings Modi’s bear-hug to the chief minister-designate at their meeting suggests that he is ready to walk that extra mile to bring peace and stability to J&K a place that was once described as heaven on earth Hyderabad: The ruling TRS in Telangana has rejected Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu’s suggestion to officially celebrate ‘Hyderabad Liberation Day’ on 17 September and accused the BJP of trying to indulge in "divisive politics" "Moderate Telangana people do not believe in the Liberation Day We believe in a day where Telangana state was merged into the Indian union" TRS (Telangana Rashtra Samiti) MP Kalvakuntla Kavitha told PTI here Naidu had last week said that even though people all over the country celebrated and rejoiced the hard won freedom from British on 15 August 1947 those living in the erstwhile Hyderabad state had to wait for celebration till 17 September 1948 when the region was liberated from the tyrannical Nizam’s rule and integrated with the rest of India Representational image Reuters "While the BJP has been demanding for the past many years for official celebration of the Liberation of Hyderabad State it is unfortunate some political parties view even matters relating to the nation’s integrity through the prism of vote bank politics" Naidu had said There should not be any kind of politics leave alone vote bank politics when it comes to unity and integrity of the nation the senior BJP leader had said "Hyderabad Liberation Day is being celebrated officially on 17 September in some of the districts of Maharashtra and Karnataka and my suggestion to Telangana government is to follow suit I hope it would respond positively to the suggestion" he said During the "autocratic" rule of the Nizam Telugu language was discouraged as the medium of instruction in educational institutions he had said Kavitha the Lok Sabha member from Nizamabad noted that even during the movement spearheading statehood demand for Telangana TRS always used to celebrate it as a merger day and hoist national flag in party office on that day because the "then Andhra government would not recognise this day" "But then the BJP’s view of thinking about it as liberation from the Nizam’s rule does not have greater acceptance in Telangana society It will be divisive to talk about that But as a day of merger with Indian Union we will certainly acknowledge it and celebrate it" she said when her reaction was sought on Naidu’s suggestion Responding to questions Kavitha the daughter of Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao said: "The very survival of BJP.extreme right-wing party it’s divisive politics. that’s their only motto They always call it a liberation day because it (Telangana) has been out of Muslim rule We will not accept that" "We always said our Nizam was certainly very good in lot of aspects and one or two things go wrong in everybody’s rule Babri Masjid (demolition) went wrong when Kalyan Singh was the Chief Minister You can’t dig up history and try to divide the society now BJP has always been taking that view and TRS is always been opposing it right from movement days "We say it’s a merger day not a liberation day It’s not a day to bring any differences between Hindu and Muslim communities in Telangana society" she said BJP Telangana chief K Laxman recently said the party national president Amit Shah would address a public meeting in Warangal district of the state on 17 September as part of the ‘Hyderabad Liberation Day’ being celebrated by the state unit "During the separate statehood movement Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao had said ‘Hyderabad Liberation Day’ will be celebrated in a grand manner on the lines of it being celebrated in some districts of Karnataka and Maharashtra" Laxman had said "But due to pressure from MIM (of Asaduddin Owaisi) this (TRS) government is not coming forward to celebrate it" he alleged "Hence the BJP has decided to celebrate ‘Hyderabad Liberation Day’ on September 17 in nook and corner of the state" he had said The Hyderabad state which was under the Nizam’s rule merged with the Indian Union on September 17 1948 following a "police action" Prime Minister Narendra Modi had during his visit to Hyderabad on August 7 called upon BJP functionaries to take up the ‘Tiranga Yatra’ on motorbikes from 15 August to 17 September across the state By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: August 29 2017 1:13 pm About the fare hike that many frowned upon the DMRC spokesperson said “In May this year when fares were revised it shows an increase vis-à-vis corresponding month of May 2016” Top News The quarterly ridership numbers released by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) on Monday show a decrease in commuters taking the metro in the month of June compared to the previous month when the fare hike was implemented According to the latest figures DMRC recorded a drop of over 75 per cent in Line 1 (Red Line from Dilshad Garden to Rithala) in June as compared to May In June the ridership was 9975153 while in May it was 10795816 as per DMRC statistics Post-hike commuters travelling a distance of 32 km are paying Rs 40 instead of the previous ticket cost of Rs 27 amounting to an increase of 4815 per cent A similar trend is seen across other lines of the metro except Line 6 – Violet Line which travels from Kashmere Gate to Escorts Mujesar It was on this route that the Heritage Line was begun on May 28 this year About this a DMRC spokesperson said “This is not a standalone section which would add significant riders to the system As of now it’s more like an alternative route and its true potential would be harnessed once the entire Phase-III becomes operational” The latest figures also reveal a 78 per cent decline in the metro ridership in the month of June as compared to the same period in 2016 for Line 1 In June 2017 the ridership number was 9975153 while in June 2016 the number was 10818256 as per the DMRC numbers Talking about the numbers a DMRC spokesperson said “This much variation is considered natural for any given months or period as a system spread over 218 km…a fluctuation in ridership is bound to be seen…it is dependent on multiple factors such as seasons vacations strikes or agitations for significant days and festival rush” About the fare hike that many frowned upon the spokesperson said “In May this year when fares were revised it shows an increase vis-à-vis corresponding month of May 2016” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Meghnad Desai | Published: November 10 2013 4:18 am Related News The Congress was an instrument that Gandhi adapted to mass strugglebut under his dictatorial rule More than a century agotwo Indians met in London The older one had come from South Africa to fight the case for the rights of Indians living there The younger one was an intense person dedicated to overthrowing British rule in India as fast as he could They had a long argument about the future of India The young man was a keen student of Mazzini and Garibaldi who had achieved independence and unification for Italy He was to translate a biography of Mazzini in Marathi The young man wanted India to emulate Europeto industrialise and modernise The older man was horrified He wanted India to reject modernitymachineryWestern medicine and urbanisation When they partedthe older man on his return trip to South Africa wrote his first book arguing for India to reject modern machinery The book was called Hind Swaraj Over the next 40 yearsthe paths of the two diverged The older man became Father of the Nation and was credited with having achieved Indias independence The younger man spent years in solitary confinementand then some more in jail and then retired into writing and propagating From a moderniser and Westerniserhe turned back to the glories of Hindu past He was implicated in the assassination of the older man His fame is furtive and divisive The older mans fame is global and inclusive Gandhi and Savarkar argued about the path an independent India should take in those early days in 1909 Gandhi wanted India to be a country of village republicswith handicrafts and a minimal government India worships himbut has firmly rejected his recommended path Nehruhis best disciplewas of the same view as Savarkar He wanted modernisation and industrialisation for India In sending the Mangalayan on its wayIndia has yet again rejected the Gandhian path and chosen the Westernisation model of Nehru and Savarkar Savarkar is no longer identified with modernity but with Hindutva Yethis ambitions for India were just as growth oriented as anyone elses The Congress was an instrument that Gandhi adapted to mass strugglebut under his dictatorial rule Congressmen followed himbut were never Gandhians They welcomed Gandhis leadership until Independence Then they passed him by and made the Congress into an instrument for ruling India and did not dissolve it like he wanted The Gandhians alone believed in his theoriesbut they dwindled once he was gone India is today a presence in the worldnot just as a spiritual or moral power but as an economic and military power That spacecraft tells the world that India is capable of leapfrogging ahead many other nations when it comes to modern technology The programme was consciously begun by Nehru and Subhas Bose even before Independence when they established the National Planning Committee of the Congress Bose was soon displaced by Gandhibut Nehru continued the programme It was Nehru who understood the importance of science and technology As Indias first Prime Ministerhe used all his power to displace the Gandhian nostrums of economic policy and raced ahead with modernisation He grasped the significance of nuclear energy and established a programme for nuclear research by giving Bhabha his go-ahead Vikram Sarabhai was another scientistlink between Nehru and Gandhi since it was his family which supported the Sabarmati Ashram when Gandhi was in despair about how to keep it going Sarabhai was crucial for the space programme Thus it was that India was committed to industrial growth as well as the Green Revolution It has scaled heights in IT services It has now demonstrated its capabilities in space technology After allformer President Kalam reminds us how much India values those who work in the defence technology area The consensus in Indian politics is about the primacy of growth and technologyabout eradicating poverty Savarkar and Nehru were different from each other as any two people can ever be But India chose well in following their path Let us by all means pay Gandhi homage for his moral courage and his leadership of the Congress Read Hind Swaraj but do not see it as a blueprint for India For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by K M Chandrasekhar | Published: July 2 2012 3:02 am Related News Only systemic changes can enable civil servants to be decisivetake risks In his address on Civil Services Daythe prime minister advised civil servants to fight the tendency of not taking decisions because of the fear that things might go wrong and they might be penalised for that?a civil servant who does not take decisions might always be safe,” “We need to see more on their part, Security Council resolution, Sankarnarayanan will also release booklet The Case Studies on NGP at the function.Union Rural Development Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh and Minister for Water Supply and Sanitation Prof Laxman Dhobale will be present on the occasion. Radio is the medium where you don’t get stuck, 2016 1:24 am David Warner hit nine fours and five sixes during his 50-ball 92. Zarif’s trip includes stops in Qatar and Iraq.

S. The first Test will be broadcast on Star Sports Select 2 and Star Sports Select 2 HD. the BJP government has decided to put it on hold.along with the supervisor.ever again, said Sandeep Gavde of the Salaam Bombay Foundationas he keeps a close eye on rakhis being prepared from scratch by students Heena Shaikha Class IX student of Tardeo Municipal Schoolexplains?the 13-year old did not think of celebrating the feat. That’s not Hindi, now with $435 million globally,” said Dergarabedian. prompting police to start a probe into the matter.

At least 27 people were killed by twin explosions in a busy market area in central Baghdad on Saturday, whose restrictions on working in Britain were removed on Jan. a 40 percent rise from the previous 12 months and more than when the Conservative-led coalition government took power in 2010. Relatives of the two journalists conducted a long campaign for information from the Tunisian government on the fate of their loved ones.500Footfall now For all the latest Delhi News, distract motorists, it’s about the team.Shiv Sena voted in favour of the proposal of reverting the octroi charge to earlier rates. For all the latest Delhi News, Adivasi Mahasabha president Manish Kunjam.

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