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chased her agents?besides threatening to assault them and demanded repoll from the Election Commission The ruling Congress is the only party contesting all the 60 seats followed by the UDP in 50 seats The P A Sangma-led National Peoples’ Partyin the Oppositionis contesting in 32 seats Election officials said an electorate of 1503907including 759608 womenexercised their franchise in the elections being contested by 345 candidates belonging to 15 political parties and independentsincluding 25 women Altogether 91 companies of central paramilitary forces have been deployed to maintain law and order in the state The BSF has sealed the 498 km-long border with Bangladesh and deployed additional forces to prevent any attempt of the rebels to cross over and disrupt the poll process In view of the bandhthe government had deployed around 100 public transport vehicles in the capital city and the East Khasi Hills district for the convenience of voters For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: September 19 2017 3:26 pm Judi Dench joins Disney’s ‘Artemis Fowl’ squad Related News Veteran actor Judi Dench is in early negotiations to join Disney’s ‘Artemis Fowl’ movie adaptation by director Kenneth Branagh Written by Eoin Colfer the children’s book follows the brilliant and cunning 12-year-old eponymous criminal mastermind Artemis Fowl II whose plot to extort gold from the secret Fairy People puts him directly in the crosshairs of some of the most dangerous creatures on earth Over the course of the book series Fowl becomes an antihero rather than a full-fledged villain often working together with the fairies to stop a slew of treacherous megalomaniacs Artemis Fowl is one of the best-selling books from the stable of Disney Publishing Worldwide There are in all eight books in the feature series However the film will be based only on the first two installments of the book series The popular feature book series Artemis Fowl is available in 44 languages Irish playwright Conor McPherson has been roped in to to pen the script reported Variety Disney is planning to release the film on August 9 2019 Harvey Weinstein and Kenneth Branagh are producing the project Dench and Branagh most recently collaborated on ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ which Branagh also helmed and starred in opposite Dench They also starred together in ‘The Winter’s Tale’ on the West End in 2015 Judi Dench is known for her performance in movies like ‘A Room with a View’ ‘A Handful of Dust’ ‘Mrs Brown’ ‘Chocolat’ ‘Iris’ ‘Mrs Henderson Presents’ ‘Notes on a Scandal’ and ‘Philomena‘ She was awarded an Oscar for the best actress in supporting role category for her role in ‘Shakespeare In Love’ Dench will next be seen in Stephen Frears’ ‘Victoria And Abdul’ For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Vivek Deshpande | Nagpur | Updated: October 13 2014 10:45 am Related News Among the four paddy-growing districts east of Nagpur the BJP is strong in terms of cadre base and victory tradition in Bhandara Gondia and Chandrapur where the Shiv Sena is way behind The BJP took root here back in the 1960s as the Jana Sangh won its first seat from Sakoli-Lakhni area The Congress is strong only in parts of its erstwhile bastion particularly Chandrapur where it has three seats but has been slowly yielding space to the BJP The NCP is identified with former Gondia-Bhandara MP Praful Patel Of the 16 assembly seats here the BJP has six the Congress eight the Sena one and the NCP none Combined with Nagpur the respective tallies of BJP Congress Sena and NCP for east Vidarbha are 13 11 2 and 1 The BJP hopes to maintain its lead and even improve if a Modi wave works The split with the Sena affects the BJP less than the split with the NCP does the Congress because the NCP is stronger compared to the Sena thanks to Praful Patel’s influence in Bhandara-Gondia which has seven segments It is a battle for survival for Praful Patel who is helping party nominees in Gondia This predominantly tribal region has a number of reserved constituencies Even if a particular caste is traditionally aligned to a particular party it is not guaranteed to stick to that party if it hasn’t fielded a candidate from that caste And there is a rush of OBC candidates in open constituencies BJP strongholds Bhandara (SC): It’s BJP vs Sena here In a seat currently held by Sena the BJP has won thrice in the past five polls and is expected to give Sena MLA Narendra Bhondekar a tough fight as both are Hindu Dalits something that matters in the post-Khairlanji times In 2009 Bhondekar is said to have won votes even from Congress and NCP voters The BJP has fielded a young newcomer Ramchandra Avsare A division of votes among Congress’s Yuvraj Wasnik and NCP’s Sacchidanand Fulekar who are Bouddha Dalits is expected to help the BJP The BSP which has fielded Devangana Gadhve too has a strong base among Bouddha Dalits Tumsar (Bhandara): The BJP has won thrice until 2004 Three-time winner Madhukar Kukde is now fighting on an NCP ticket The BJP’s Chanran Waghmare is a Teli and is expected to gain Teli votes on behalf of Anil Bawankar who was denied a ticket by the Congress that has fielded a Kunbi Titarmare and Kukde will split Kunbi votes which is expected to help Waghmare whose real fight will then be against the Sena’s Rajendra Patle an influential local leader from the powerful Powar community that has traditionally backed the BJP The Patle factor is being countered by former BJP MP Shishupal Patle seen as backing Waghmare Arjuni Morgaon (SC Gondia): The seat is a BJP bastion with the party winning the last four times Sitting MLA Rajkumar Badole is pitted mainly against NCP rival Manohar Chandrikapure backed by Praful Patel Sena has fielded BJP rebel Kiran Kamble Congress nominee Rajesh Nandagawli has party rebel Ratnadeep Dahiwale to worry about Ballarpur (Chandrapur): The BJP has won this seat all five times since 1990 And with sitting MLA Sudhir Mungantiwar contesting the BJP is confident Brahmapuri (Chandrapur): Sitting MLA Atul Deshkar a three-time winner is buoyed by a big Narendra Modi rally a few days ago Pitted against former minister Vijay Wadettiwar Deshkar carries an anti-incumbency risk Wadettiwar also faces the prospect of vote split with the NCP fielding Sandip Gaddamwar who had polled 44000 votes last time as an independent and finished second With Wadettiwar reckoned as a man given to strong-arm tactics Deshkar hopes to romp home a fourth time in a row Chandrapur (SC): Sitting BJP MLA Nana Shamkule never totally accepted by locals as he is originally from Nagpur faces a stiff challenge from Sena’s Kishor Dorgewar who left the BJP after being denied ticket Considered a close aide of Mungantiwar Dorgewar has a majority of municipal council members behind him Congress’s Mahesh Mendhe is a novice and NCP’s Ashok Nagapure is considered former Congress MP Naresh Pugalia’s protégé which dims the prospects of both Congress and NCP Shamkule’s future clearly depends on the Modi wave Congress bastions Gondia: Won by the Congress thrice Sitting MLA Gopal Agrawal is up against the BJP’s young Vinod Agrawal and the NCP’s Ashok Gupta The Sena has fielded Rajkumar Kuthe and is telling voters to choose Kuthe since all three major parties have fielded Marwari candidates Kuthe may eventually gain an impressive share of Kunbi votes The BSP’s Yogesh Bansod may get a major chunk of Dalit votes affecting both the Congress and the NCP No clear signs are visible except the huge response to Modi’s October 5 rally Sonia Gandhi too addressed a rally here but it was no match in terms of response Gadchiroli (ST): Its traditional bastion elected Congress nominees thrice in the past five elections But in the recent Lok Sabha polls BJP candidate Ashok Nete won with a huge margin Nete’s popularity could boost the chances of party nominee Deorao Holi The Congress has fielded Saguna Taladi a leader from Sironcha while the NCP has chosen former minister Dharmarao Baba Atram’s daughter Bhagyashree currently zilla parishad president Sena’s Kesari Usendi is a former Congressman from Marotrao Kowase section of the party and is likely to rock the Congress boat The BJP appears the best placed Chimur (Chandrapur): Held thrice by the Congress Chimur may see a possible change since sitting Congress MLA Vijay Wadettiwar has shifted to Brahmapuri The party has fielded old-timer Avinash Warjukar The BJP’s Kirtikumar Bhangadiya is a staunch Wadettiwar rival The Sena with little presence has Gajanan Butke while the NCP has a much better choice in Govind Bhendarkar who has worked among Gosikhurd evacuees For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News it was a turning point, Riteish Deshmukh and Maniesh Paul who will be tickling the funny bone of the audience with their hilarious gimmicks. 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For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by BollywoodHungamaNewsNetwork | Mumbai | Published: March 12 2013 1:18 pm Related News The recently proposed alteration to the censorship laws in regards to item numbers in films doesn’t seem to be gaining much steam Proving this is none other than Esha Gupta who will soon be seen gyrating in Punit Malhotra’s film Gori Tere Pyaar Mein The Jannat 2 actress will be performing an item song in Malhotra’s film which is produced Karan Johar and stars Imran Khan and Kareena Kapoor It is learnt that Esha was roped in at the last minute and flew to Bangalore to shoot the song ApparentlyPunit had initially decided not to cast any actress in the track Howeverat the last minute he changed his mind and approached Esha Punit had conceptualized the entire sequence focusing only on Imranhowever when things got goingit was decided that the girl’s part was crucial and hence he called Karan to help rope in Esha Gupta For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Bengaluru | Published: May 7 2017 8:33 pm He truly is an inspiration (Source: File Photo) Top News Fitness enthusiasts have much to look forward to next week as model and avid barefoot runner Milind Soman will flag off the second edition of Cult 10K and 5K run here on May 13 organisers have announced Soman will flag off the run along with Mukesh Bansal and Ankit Nagori co-founders of curefit —a holistic technology-led health platform —from Kanteerava Stadium at 6 am “Running is a great exercise to stay active and healthy and people can choose to set their own pace We are glad that fitness icon Milind Soman continues to be a part of it” Bansal said in a statement on Saturday “The first edition saw an amazing response and will continue to add various interesting formats in future too” Bansal noted ALSO READ |Ironman Milind Soman raises the bar now bags the Ultraman title The winner of the 10k run will receive a cash award of Rs 50000 followed by Rs 25000 and Rs 10000 for second and third positions respectively In the 5k run category the winners will get a cash award of Rs 30000 Rs 20000 for second and Rs 10000 for third curefit said The day’s activity will also include a foot tapping high energy Zumba session and will conclude at 8 am at the city’s Cubbon Park The participants will also receive a cultfit t-shirt and a goodie bag with medals for all the finishers the statement said Cultfit is a chain of premier fitness centers focused on training fitness enthusiasts without using traditional gymnasium equipment For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Vinay Lal | Updated: October 21 2014 11:25 am The Song of the Spirit: Cheap Clothes Across Continents and Centuries Top News Book: The Song of the Spirit: Cheap Clothes Across Continents and Centuries Author: Jeremy Seabrook Publisher: Navayana Pages: 288 Price: Rs 495 Jeremy Seabrook an independent writer journalist and chronicler of the human condition who has long had an interest in South Asia probing the lives of those who inhabit India’s slums and Muslim ghettos turns his attention in this book to the workers of Bangladesh’s garment industries who clothe the world but like the weavers of Bengal in colonial India barely have enough to cover their own nakedness The book takes its title from Thomas Hood’s elegy on the women workers in Lancashire’s textile mills The Song of the Shirt (1843): working “in poverty hunger and dirt” moving their fingers to the command of “Stitch Stitch Stitch” they sewed at once “with a double thread A Shroud as well as a Shirt” If Bangladesh has emerged at all in the news in recent years it is on account of the disasters that have befallen its garment industry none as calamitous as the collapse of the Rana Plaza commercial building under whose debris over 1100 people were left dead Seabrook’s book is a searing indictment of the callousness of factory owners and other agents in the global system of circulating capital who are complicit in creating miserable working conditions for those employed in Bangladesh’s largest and most profitable industrial venture It is also an extraordinary tribute to the workers who pile into Dhaka and other centres of the garment industry from all corners of the country Their lives are sketched not so much in detail as in poignantly suggestive prose Do people flee to that “washed-out concrete jungle” that is called Dhaka which Seabrook unflinchingly describes as one of the world’s ugliest cities to escape the narrowing of human possibilities that Marx sought to capture in his brutal condemnation of the “idiocy of the rural countryside” One might suppose that it is the aspiration to become something in life or merely to earn a livelihood that brings people to the city from the interior but what would then make the story of Bangladesh so distinct Migrants coming into Dhaka “bring the sincerity and artlessness of rural life—qualities ripe for transformation into exploitable labour”; yet the city where they arrive with such hope becomes another prison – 12-hour working days in windowless rooms under the watchful eyes of cruel taskmasters But the specificity of their stories is to be derived from the particular conditions which push them to the city—the loss of ancestral land the inability to feed too many mouths the need for money to secure a dowry for a sister and so on Bangladesh is a land dense with rivers and scarred by cyclones The rivers are teeming with fish but the river is also “thieving” and “hungry”; when the Meghna overflows its ravenous maw swallows up whole houses farms and people In this short yet compelling book Seabrook skilfully weaves together tales of peasants with stories of weavers moving back and forth between the village and the city water and land lush green fields and the ramshackle appearance of South Asia’s urban patches even the poetic and the idioms of history He is versed in historical sources but not burdened by them; and only someone with the sensibility of a poet can ruminate on the strange interplay of fire and water that has shaped the contours of the lives of his subjects Water in the form of “tidal surges cyclones and floods” has “always been the most usual element that brings death to Bangladesh”; the villagers flee this menace to arrive as labourers in the city’s garment factories often to be consumed by the fires that have time and again struck the garment industry’s ill-regulated factories and warehouses One might have thought that water fights water but in Bangladesh the two often collude—as if the poor did not have enough wretchedness in their lives There are other desultory facts almost poetic bits that take the breath away: who would have thought that Murshidabad once the world centre of silk weaving and now a haunted culture may have accounted for 5 per cent of the world’s total product The Song of the Shirt writes Seabrook “is a reflection on the mutability of progress” The dominant narrative of human progress presupposes “a deterministic and linear process” but Seabrook insistently reminds us that “experience in the clothing and fabric industry suggests certain areas of the world are liable to periods of industrialisation but equally to de-industrialisation” (17) The most ambitious aspect of Seabrook’s intellectual enterprise and not surprisingly the one that is most fraught with hazards of interpretation is his attempt to suggest the various ways in which Bengal and Lancashire mirror each other The demise of the weaving industry in Bengal under colonial rule “coincided with the rise of the mechanised production of cotton goods” in the greater Manchester area; even as Dhaka became a ghost town “Manchester became the centre of intense economic dynamism” Lancashire is now utterly denuded of its textile mills and Manchester has lost population; but in “a ghostly replay of traffic in the other direction” of “the machine-made clothing” that wiped out Bengal’s famed spinners and weavers Dhaka with its 2500 garment factories has become nearly the epicentre of the world’s manufactured clothing Seabrook invests much in this comparison constantly suggesting similarities between 19th century Britain and contemporary Bangladesh with respect to the lives of the workers the nexus between the state and manufacturers working conditions and much else One might be moved by Seabrook’s comparisons to accept that widely quoted French expression “the more things change the more they remain the same” But this temptation must be resisted if only because a sensitivity to the politics of knowledge should introduce some caution in comparisons between Europe’s past and the global South’s present Nevertheless in Song of the Shirt Seabrook has accomplished the enviable task of rendering naked the social processes which have helped to clothe the world and disguise some unpalatable truths about the treacherousness of what is usually celebrated as entrepreneurial capitalism The writer is professor of history at UCLA For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by BollywoodHungamaNewsNetwork | Mumbai | Published: May 4 2009 12:08 pm Related News At an event that was a follow up to the wedding of builder Kanti Govani’s nephewNeil Nitin Mukesh and Celina Jaitly not just matched dance steps on stage but also blasted a few cars and then finally set the stage on fire “It was as action packed as it gets SeriouslyI have never been a part of an event like this so hats off to GS Entertainment who put together this show”says Celina Jaitlywho finally got an opportunity to kick her action boots “I was required to take out my gun and shoot at seven cars filled with dynamite Even though it was all choreographed and utmost care was being taken for the safety of people in and around the stageit was quite fearsome at the end of the day” There was a global technical team put in place for the choreography of this special segment that featured not just action and fireworks but also some thumping chartbusters from Dhoom and Golmaal Returns. 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The Cane department has till now lodged 73 FIRs against private sugar mills. She died in 2002. For all the latest Chandigarh News,” he said.the victim? However.
He said chefs are like chess players – who can visualise the board position 15 moves ahead. where he is hosting a pan-Asian satays and grills festival, Unfortunately for them, he is right.