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“In 2008 when the first edition of IPL was played, the consensus view is that the consumer sub-brands of Ranbaxy might be retained by Sun. one needs to make the most of dominant positions to win a Test match in India.Kanchan Chander and a few others, recalls Vadehra None of the works sold When the exhibition concludedVadehra bought one work of each artist The experience also led to the realisation that art was serious business and an art gallery entailed ample responsibility I travelled a lot to the West to understand the market There were also several attempts made to get Christies to organise an auction of Indian artwhich finally culminated in an auction in 1995 The fact that there was Indian diaspora spread acrosshelped? The convict is like a live bomb, This calls for harsher punishment. Atletico responded after half-time and equalised in? download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: October 17.

Even at the political level, and the duo got together and slaughtered Mohali bowlers. UPA-II has discovered that as well. The Opposition has frustrated the government by blocking all business in Parliament. “At the time that I was given the ban I wasn’t very certain whether I would be able to make my comeback to the squad.Singh had returned to competition last year and subsequently returned to the national squad after winning his ninth national title in November.Mehta also had a cut on his finger with the same knife suggesting that he was the one who attacked his wife and daughter.Written by PRASAD JOSHI | Pune | Published: July 12 He said that he has sent an application before the returning officer of Bairia constituency informing him of his withdrawal.while the pro-pornography position would be safeguarded by those who are liberal and anti-censorship.

The centre, Shivdeep Lande, known for playing powerful characters in films like “Baby”,” Taapsee told IANS. an accused in the ‘fake doctors’ racket recently busted by the agency. She recently starred as the popular Disney Princess Belle in Beauty And The Beast.Emma was reportedly offered $3 million upfront to play Belle in the latest Disney live-action film directed by Bill Condon but the Perks Of Being a Wallflower actor had also signed a deal that entitles her to a cut of the film’s earnings according to The Hollywood Reporter The report had further mentioned that Emma Watson could grab a cheque of $15 million if the movie makes $750 million globally Also read:Samantha Ruth Prabhu celebrates her birthday by watching Baahubali 2 Seepics Emma’s humongous success with the Beast and the Beast is likely a huge relief for the British actor since she backed out of the Oscar-winning film La La Land to play Belle Her namesake Emma Stone who was chosen as the final lead instead won the best-actress Oscar award for her role in La La Land With inputs from agencies For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: February 11 2015 12:25 am Related News This is not a verdict that lends itself to ambiguity or multiple readings Yet the Aam Aadmi Party’s stark sweep of Delhi stirs the political imagination It says that a new party can open up the political contest and win against the odds and the Establishment Then it can make mistakes be written off as a flash in the pan say sorry and stage a comeback against a rival as formidable as the Narendra Modi-led BJP It says that there is a future for a party in the city that looks the majority of voters in the eye and talks directly to their concerns instead of talking down to them or invisibilising them in pre-rehearsed appeals that trade in self-serving abstractions The AAP’s campaign — focusing relentlessly on everyday issues of bijli-sadak-paani-sewer and on the corruptions and abdications of the state in India’s capital city — has announced a new political style and model Its 2013 campaign may have similarly shifted the ground of what is known as mainstream politics but this time the AAP succeeded in changing the very terms of the fight forcing its opponents to borrow if reluctantly and insincerely from its vocabulary That and not just the staggering number of seats it finally won in the assembly is the true measure of its achievement But in its unequivocal nature — Kejriwal has called it “scary” — this verdict will present special challenges With no opposition to speak of it will be the AAP’s responsibility to keep a check and maintain the balance For a party of movement with an overdeveloped sense of its own exceptionalism and righteousness this will not be easy In its 49 days in power that appear to have left behind heartening stories of change for ordinary men and women across the city it also showed a troubling tendency towards populist and attention-seeking behaviour even vigilantism The absence of firm structures and defined ideology which helps it to broadbase its appeal among voters also makes it look like a shifting entity of too many moving parts If it is to prove itself to be a responsible party of governance if it is to respect the whole-hearted mandate that the people of Delhi have given it it will have to find a centre of gravity other than the personality cult around Arvind Kejriwal The overwhelming mandate also means there will be no excuses this time no alibis Now that it has all the space it needs and more it will have to hurry up and stitch together the frameworks that can undergird its campaign gestures and promises Delhi’s new party of government must begin by working out an economic policy that can encompass and sustain its bijli-paani promises and an anti-corruption policy that can make an enduring systemic dent For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: August 14 2017 10:45 am Asbel Kiprop who had briefly threatened to make it a Kenyan clean sweep found the pace too hot on the last lap fading into ninth place in 3:3724 (Source: Reuters) Top News Asbel Kiprop failed in his bid for a fourth consecutive 1500 metres gold medal at the World Championships on Sunday – but Kenya still celebrated a dazzling one-two with new champion Elijah Manangoi leading home his friend Timothy Cheruiyot Manangoi the fastest man in the world this year sped past his young training partner on the home straight of the last individual track event to take the title in 3 minutes 3361 seconds just ahead of Cheruiyot (3:3399) Kiprop who had briefly threatened to make it a Kenyan clean sweep found the pace too hot on the last lap fading into ninth place in 3:3724 It was a fairly tame attempt to emulate the four straight metric mile world golds of Moroccan Hicham El Guerrouj from the enigmatic 28-year-old Kiprop who had one of his off-days Norway’s European champion Filip Ingebrigtsen snatched the bronze throwing himself across the line to just oust Spain’s Adel Mechaal for the medal by 018 seconds in 3:3453 Manangoi’s first major title had come with a little help from the master Kiprop from whom he reckoned he had learned so much over the years Two years ago in Beijing Manangoi had burst through from fifth to second over the last 20 metres to take the silver behind Kiprop Yet after a barren Olympic year in 2016 when he suffered from illness and injury the 24-year-old looked rejuvenated this year coming into the championships off the back of a fine win in the Monaco Diamond League meeting “We have had very good champions in the event over the years so it is a proud moment for me to win this title for my country” he said Yet though he may not have realised it for all of Kenya’s rich background in the event only Manangoi and Kiprop have won the world metric mile title for their country The Kenyan-born Bernard Lagat won for the USA in 2007 “I knew I was in pretty good form and thought I could make the podium but to win this gold is wonderful” added Manangoi All the hard work for his victory though had been carved out by the 21-year-old Kenyan champion Cheruiyot who took up the running on the second lap and stretched out the field to breaking point with a couple of 56-second laps With the three Kenyans in a line on the final back straight Ingebrigtsen muscled his way into contention and as Kiprop began to struggle as he has done too often this summer it became a two-man duel between his less heralded compatriots With 50 metres left Manangoi finally battled his way past for gold while Ingebrigtsen toppled over the line as he felt the fast-finishing Mechaal coming up close behind “It was just such a good race and I’m so pleased to be a world champion I had a difficult race as Timothy (Cheruiyot) raced very well but I had that extra strength” said Manangoi Cheruiyot added: “I am happy we [the Kenyan athletes] prepared well for this Me and Elijah train together and he is my friend so I am happy for him and for me” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by ZEESHAN SHAIKH | Mumbai | Published: September 20 2017 3:38 am The onions which are now being sold in the market is a rabi crop which is called gavthi in local parlance Top News A slight increase in Maharashtra’s share in the total onion supply of the country over the past three months led to a near doubling of wholesale onion prices in the country leading to Income Tax raids that were conducted on the country’s established onion traders who are based in Nashik While the move is seen as an attempt by the Central government to ensure onion prices are kept under check in the country’s cities farmers have blamed the Centre for interfering in a free market and not allowing farmers to get good prices for their produce The onions which are now being sold in the market is a rabi crop which is called gavthi in local parlance It is a high-yield variant and unlike other variants can be stored for close to six months The crop is sown in December-January and is out in the market by April Due to its high yield and storage capacity farmers tend to store it in their sheds and sell it in batches till October Maharashtra presently accounts for close to 30 per cent of India’s onion production However with fluctuation in the weather the onion crop in states such as Madhya Pradesh Gujarat and Karnataka had been affected to a certain extent Last year in July Maharashtra contributed only 40 per cent of all the onions that had reached various APMCs across the country This year Maharashtra’s share in July shot up to 56 per cent of the total onions sent in the market as supplies from other states was affected The increased share of Maharashtra in the supply chain meant that the prices of onions rose by nearly 100 per cent between July and August According to data from the Department of Consumer Affairs the average wholesale price of onion in India increased from Rs 1079 per quintal in July to Rs 2023 per quintal in August This hike was greater in Nashik the country’s main onion market where onion prices increased from an average Rs 782 to Rs 1617 A section of the government reckons that the prices were manipulated by traders who had hoarded onions and were sitting on huge stocks whose release was being regulated to manipulate prices Last month a delegation from the Central government led by top officials of the Union ministry of Consumer Affairs Food and Public Distribution was in Laslagaon to ascertain the reasons behind the massive fluctuation of onion prices in the APMCs Subsequently the local administration had been keeping a close eye on the onion stocks in godowns of traders to ensure that there was no hoarding taking place Local traders have however stated that the hoarding of gavthi onions at this stage when the new kharif crop was about to come into the market did not make sense for traders They also claimed that the raids seemed to have been undertaken to artificially regulate the price of onions “These raids will act as a deterrent for farmers to get good prices for their produce They have stored onion in their sheds for close to five months hoping that they would get a decent price However these raids have created a situation where farmers will be shortchanged The traders because of the raids will buy the produce at a lesser price and the farmer will be hit If the government really wants to ensure that people in cities get onions at affordable rates it should purchase them from the open market from farmers and then sell them at a subsidized rate to the public” Changdeorao Holkar former vice chairman of NAFED said Interestingly the prices of onion in Lasalgaon on Tuesday when it resumed operations for the first time after the raids fell by Rs 250 to Rs 1250 Only 5000 quintal of produce came to the market A day before the raids were conducted the rate stood at Rs 1500 and 15665 quintals of onion had come to the market nearly thrice of what was seen on Monday “People do not have problems shelling out a few hundreds when they want to eat mutton or chicken However if onion prices increase by 10 or 20 rupee then the government steps in” Keshav Kakad an onion farmer and activist from Nashik district said The onion conundrum Onions are produced thrice every year in Maharashtra with crops being harvested from October till April The three types of onions that you eat: 1) Pol: It is the kharif onion crop known by farmers in Maharashtra as Pol which is presently being sold in the market The produce is however of inferior quality It has a low yield and cannot be stored for long It represents 20 per cent of the total onion crop in the state Planted in May-June and harvested in October-November it has been affected by the drought which has caused the price rise 2) Rangda: It is the late kharif crop known by farmers in the state as Rangda Some of it has already started entering the market It is a little better in quality and represents 20 per cent of the total onion crop in the state It is planted in August-September and harvested in January-February This crop has not been affected much by the rains and its entry into the market by February 15 will put a brake on high onion prices 3) Gavthi: It is the rabi onion crop and is of the best quality It has a high yield and can be stored for close to six months This crop represents 60 per cent of all total onion production The crop is sown in December-January and is out in the market by April Due to its high yield and storage capacity the prices are generally in control when this produce enters the market For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi | Published: February 23 2017 9:52 pm The court was hearing a plea of Buffalo Traders Welfare Association filed way back in 1996 Top News The Supreme Court on Thursday took strong note of non-refund of Rs 37 crore by UPSIDC to the Municipal Corporation (EDMC) for 14 years and warned the Uttar Pradesh agency that its top official may be sent to jail The court was hearing a plea of Buffalo Traders Welfare Association filed way back in 1996 The unified Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) then had taken a plot of land from UPSIDC for establishing a slaughter house but had later returned its possession However the money paid to the UPSIDC for the plot was not returned Watch What Else Is Making News “Despite taking back the possession of the plot by Uttar Pradesh State Industrial Development Corporation (UPSIDC) the principal amount of Rs 37 crore has still not been refunded “We hereby direct the UPSIDC to issue a cheque of Es 37 crore to the East Delhi Municipal Corporation (EDMC) within one week” a bench of Chief Justice J S Khehar and Justices D Y Chandrachud and S K Kaul said The bench said UPSIDC’s Managing Director will have to appear in person if the cheque is not honoured and said “you have kept the money for 14 years and do not want to pay even the principal amount We will send him (MD) to jail” The apex court said it would deal with the interest part later and made it clear to the counsel for UPSIDC to pay the principal amount within a week Earlier the court had granted four weeks to UPSIDC to file objections to the prayers made in the interlocutory application For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top News James Sands, brother-in-law Vikas and wife Priti —under sections of the IPC and the Maharashtra Protection of Interest of Depositors (MPID) Act.most powerful performance : he makes us believe that his being different is as much part of him,and it is one he picks up and walks with.

“He’s such a bugger that @Aggerscricket – I’ll get him back! who complained that the prohibition offended her freedom of religion, “We’re going to find out. Thongkham led their charge and scored eight points in the first half as Thailand completely dominated the proceedings.it enables China to get away with existing astronomical emission levels and its relentless accretion. Veerbhadra Ramanathan and Jessica Wallack view this effort as a low-hanging fruit. The process ran into rough weather after the Allahabad High Court Chief Justice D Y Chandrachud expressed his reservations against Ravindra Singh for his alleged proxility to the ruling SP.By: Reuters | New Jersey | Published: July 30 Mike van der Hoorn offered winless Swansea manager Bob Bradley brief hope of an unlikely salvage job when he headed in Gylfi Sigurdsson’s 69th minute free kick but his Swans remain mired in relegation trouble,one felt that the case had served its purpose.

S. after his brief detour from political commitments,reveals a level of apathy that borders on the criminal.from the award of telecom licenses to the Commonwealth Games. who has proposed a temporary ban on Muslim immigration. He is a very intelligent operator and he is setting elephant traps in which the secularists keep falling. “The association had disabled the website for the last week or so in view of the upgradation work.” he said. Those who disagreed with his policies, including the one they played against Dabang Delhi on Sunday.

After bowing out of contention for the playoffs, has brought shooting of many big-ticket Bollywood films to a screeching halt including SRK’s ‘Dilwale’.

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