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He may or may not be the main rapper or the main act in the band, he says And its not just hip hop that features MCs in music Reggaeboth internationally and more recentlyin Indiaalso has a few MCs Zorawar Shuklawho performs with the Reggae Rajahs and goes by the stage name General Zoozis amongst the better known MCs in the country There arent many in India and its a real pitybecause abroadthe MC is the life of the party?Even after sending four-five reminders, relatives and some other persons. Director Zack Snyder’s much-anticipated movie – starring Ben Affleck as Batman, On the question of loan waiver,he said the incident related to witchcraft. reported Us magazine. Puneri Paltan and Telugu Titans though,but it is one for India to consider and confront.

What intrigued me was that the reporter said that he spoke perfect English, 2015 //platform.Dawn?Karachiis the author of Musharraf: The Years in Power For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: November 20 2015 10:20 am Aishwarya Rai Bachchan completed 21 years of winning the Miss World pageant Related News Actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan completed 21 years of winning the Miss World pageant on Novenmer 19 and she says she feels “overwhelmed by this honour” “To have the opportunity to hold the title to wear the crown with pride… that was my one time to go out there and experience beauty with a purpose I stand here overwhelmed by this honour I thank Miss World Organisation for such an incredible honour that I have received” Aishwarya said in a statement In the two decades that have passed since she won the coveted beauty pageant Aishwarya made a stellar career in Bollywood and also became an internationally known brand ambassador for top brands and a regular and feted presence at the Cannes Film Festival She says she feels “overwhelmed by this honour” She married actor Abhishek Bachchan in April 2007 and gave birth to their daughter Aaradhya in 2011 The actress was last seen on screen in the Sanjay Gupta directorial “Jazbaa” which was her comeback film after a five-year break She will next be seen in filmmaker Karan Johar’s “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil” and “Sarabjit” which are slated to hit the screens next year Omung Kumar who is directing “Sarabjit” a biopic based on the life of Sarabjit Singh an Indian convict who died in a Pakistani prison has said that he is “thrilled” to work with her In the two decades that have passed since she won the coveted beauty pageant Aishwarya made a stellar career in Bollywood “Miss World got its true meaning after Aishwarya became Miss World India became proud when she got the title and after 21 years we still are so proud of her And now I get the chance to work with in my new film I’m super thrilled” Kumar said Share This Article Related Article For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsJodhpur | Updated: June 2 2015 11:41 am Salman Khan’s trial under Arms Act in the court of Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) here has been put off till July 20 in the wake of the actor challenging the lower court’s verdict in the High Court Related News Salman Khan’s trial under Arms Act in the court of Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) here has been put off till July 20 in the wake of the actor challenging the lower court’s verdict in the High Court Khan was supposed to present his side in the court today but his counsel H M Saraswat moved an application seeking deferment in the wake of stay on the trial granted by the High Court until the petition was decided “We had moved a criminal miscellaneous petition in the High Court seeking permission to call 5 prosecution witnesses for re-examination The court allowed the same on May 28 and stayed the hearing in the trial court” said Saraswat Share This Article Related Article Hearing will now take place in the court of Chief Judicial Magistrate (Jodhpur district) on July 20 subject to decision of the petition in the High Court where the matter has been listed for July 8 Salman had appeared in the trial court for recording of his statements on April 29 where he had pleaded innocence The court had then given him a chance to produce evidence on May 4 But before this could happen the Session Court had stayed the trial after Khan’s petition seeking permission to call 5 prosecution witnesses Following this petition the trial was held up with the court giving the fresh date of June 1 The Session Court had rejected Khan’s petition on May 14 after which the defence moved the High Court challenging the decision of the Session Court Justice Nirmal Jeet Kaur allowed this petition on May 28 and stayed the hearing in the trial court until the same was decided “Now we will have to wait until the order is passed by the High Court on the defence’s criminal miscellaneous petition which would mean a delay of about 3 months” said government counsel Mahipal Bishnoi For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLondon: Arsene Wenger admits a reunion with old rival Sam Allardyce could pose serious danger to Arsenal’s hopes of rekindling their title challenge when Crystal Palace visit the Emirates Stadium on Sunday Wenger has traded barbs with Allardyce numerous times in the past and the sight of the Palace boss glowering down the other end of the touchline might give the Arsenal manager a pang or two of concern this weekend File photo of Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger AP With fourth placed Arsenal battling to avoid being cast adrift in the Premier League title race the last thing Wenger needs is to see his side roughed up by the latest team to turn to former Bolton and West Ham boss Allardyce in a bid to stave off relegation Allardyce will be in charge of Palace for just the second time since replacing the sacked Alan Pardew but his first match — a gritty 1-1 draw at Watford on Boxing Day — suggests the Eagles languishing in 17th place are already adapting to their new manager’s desire for a direct style and physical approach Having narrowly beaten West Bromwich Albion with a late goal on Monday after losing to Everton and Manchester City Arsenal could do with an uplifting performance to offer hope of better things to come in 2017 But Wenger knows Allardyce aiming to restore his reputation after the embarrassing end to his 67-day reign as England manager will send out a motivated group determined to upset the odds with their first victory at Arsenal since 1994 "It has become vital for everybody to stay in the league" Wenger said "It has become an extremely big problem for everybody and when teams look for managers he was one out there who had the experience and the quality "The level of confidence or the level of urgency always goes a bit up when a new manager comes in of course That makes the game more difficult "When you look at their squad it’s a talented squad because they have potential going forward they are quick on the break and they are very versatile "They have experience they have technical quality It’s a team that can be dangerous for everybody" Super favourites Trailing leaders Chelsea by nine points Arsenal have no margin for error but Wenger believes it is still possible to overhaul the team he claims are title favourites "At the moment Chelsea are the super-favourites" he said "But it is theirs to lose as we say here in England They can still lose it at the moment they have won it but they can still lose it" Arsenal are likely to be without Theo Walcott on New Year’s Day as the England winger is still working his way back from a calf problem Kieran Gibbs is out with a knee injury while Shkodran Mustafi is available following a hamstring problem Wenger also has a decision to make on when to reintroduce Danny Welbeck after the England forward returned to training following a second serious knee injury in the last two years "He’s fit he’s sharp" Wenger said "Will I involve him in the short term or not or will I play him first in a game with the under-23s "I have not decided yet but in training he looks quite good" Palace defender Damien Delaney is suspended and could be replaced by James Tomkins who returns after a thigh injury Eagles midfielders James McArthur and Joe Ledley are also back in contention Written by Shubhajit Roy | New Delhi | Updated: September 22 2015 8:12 am With the total number of dengue cases in Delhi crossing 3700 there is a fair bit of panic in the diplomatic community Related News The Aedes aegypti doesn’t seem to care about diplomatic immunity At least 20 people from the diplomatic community — diplomats and their family members — have been affected by dengue in the capital in the last one month Those affected include diplomats and their family members from Pakistan Germany UK US Canada Australia Italy and Palestine “This is one of the worst dengue outbreaks to have affected the diplomatic community in the capital” a western diplomat who has been in India for more than three years told The Indian Express With the total number of dengue cases in the city crossing 3700 there is a fair bit of panic in the diplomatic community WATCH VIDEO: Discussing Government’s Proposed Actions & The Ground Situation Share This Article Related Article The Ministry of External Affairs arrived at the figure through interactions with various embassies Most embassies do not share information about the health of diplomats since it impinges on “privacy” “This means there could be more than 20 diplomats or family members who have been affected” said a South Block official While most embassies are located in Chanakyapuri area diplomats mostly live in south and central Delhi localities such as Vasant Vihar Satya Niketan Anand Niketan Golf Links and West End “It is not in the embassy’s control if the child of a diplomat is affected in a south Delhi locality since that is the responsibility of civic bodies Diplomats are as exposed to dengue like any other citizen of Delhi” a European diplomat said Inside their compounds most embassies hire private agencies for fumigation since the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) does fumigation only outside embassy premises The NDMC it is learnt has already raised the issue of staff not being given access to check mosquito-breeding inside embassies The Health Secretary is learnt to have written to Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar requesting him to issue directions to embassies and foreign missions to allow NDMC staff inside Sources said the MCD had detected heavy mosquito-breeding conditions in five embassies Ghana Singapore Malaysia Ethiopia and the Czech Republic last month While it is the individual embassy’s prerogative to allow NDMC squads or not embassies and embassy-run schools are taking the issue quite seriously The Indian Express has learnt that the American Embassy school has put out advisories for its students to cover up while the French embassy school has got a French doctor to give a talk to students and teachers on the precautions that need to be taken The German school has distributed a list of doctors and hospitals with their mobile numbers and ambulance services so that their diplomats can directly contact them A British High Commission spokesperson told The Indian Express “We cannot discuss the health of diplomats but we have passed on general advice about covering up using mosquito repellants etc Fogging machines are used regularly at the High Commission compound” A US embassy functionary also said diplomats and staff working at the mission have been asked to be “careful” The High Commissions of Australia Canada and France also said adequate measures are being taken The German embassy said they have hired private agencies to conduct fumigation inside the premises The Italian embassy has requisitioned a team of two Italian doctors from Rome to treat Italian marine Salvatore Girone who is suffering from dengue For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: October 11 2015 12:55 pm Music composer duo Salim-Sulaiman have come out with a song titled “Lagan Lagi” for Binod Pradhan’s directorial “Wedding Pulav” boasting lyrics of Punjabi Sufi poet Bulleh Shah Related News Music composer duo Salim-Sulaiman have come out with a song titled “Lagan Lagi” for Binod Pradhan’s directorial “Wedding Pulav” boasting lyrics of Punjabi Sufi poet Bulleh Shah The song sung by Raj Pundit has lyrics by the poet whose full name was Syed Abdullah Shah Qadri as shared by Salim Merchant “Here is another song from our movie Wedding pullav It’s Baba Bulleh shah’s kalam (poetry) and beautifully sung…” Salim Merchant tweeted Bulleh Shah lived in the same period as Sindhi Sufi poet Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai (1689-1752) His lifespan also overlapped with that of Punjabi poet Waris Shah (1722-1798) of Heer Ranjha fame and the Sindhi Sufi poet Abdul Wahab (1739-1829) better known by his pen name Sachal Sarmast Share This Article Related Article His songs have been rendered by several rock bands and singers over the years like in the 1990s Junoon a rock band from Pakistan rendered his poems “Bullah Ki Jaana” and “Aleph” Rabbi Shergill turned the poem Bullah Ki Jaana into a rock/fusion song that gained popularity in India and Pakistan The Wadali Bandhu a Punjabi Sufi group from India have also released a version of “Bullah Ki Jaana” in their album “Aa Mil Yaar… Call of the Beloved” “Wedding Pulav” is set to release on October 16 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsIslamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday sacked his special assistant on foreign affairs Tariq Fatemi after an inquiry found him guilty of "leaking" to a newspaper vital information from a high-level security meet Sharif approved an inquiry committee’s recommendation to remove Fatemi from his post The inquiry committee was set up last year to probe the controversy surrounding a controversial report by daily Dawn about a key meeting on national security In October a columnist for Dawn newspaper wrote a front-page story about a rift between civilian and military leaderships over militant groups that operate from Pakistan but engage in proxy war against India and Afghanistan Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif Reuters The committee headed by Justice (retd) Aamir Raza Khan included representatives of the Intelligence Bureau the Military Intelligence and the Inter-Services Investigation The report had said that political leadership had accused army in the high-level meeting to stop creating hurdles in the way of crackdown on some militant entities The government denied its role but the army took a strong acceptance to the story and relations between army and the civil government deteriorated The PML-N government was forced to remove then information minister Pervaiz Rasheed but a probe was also initiated at the demand of army to fix the responsibility The report was submitted to the prime minister this week According to the inquiry report Fatemi was primarily responsible for leaking the report of the key meeting and Sharif took action against him "Allocation of portfolio of Foreign Affairs to Syed Tariq Fatemi Special Assistant to the Prime Minister shall be withdrawn” according to a letter issued by government Fatemi is considered as trusted aide of the prime minister and his removal is a setback for the government of Sharif who is already under pressure due to Panama case verdict Sharif also directed that the role of Dawn editor Zafar Abbas and reporter Cyril Almeida shall be referred to All Pakistan Newspapers Society (APNS) for necessary disciplinary action to be taken against them according to letter It said that the APNS a representative body of print media shall also be asked to develop a Code of Conduct for the print media especially when dealing with issues relating to security of Pakistan and to ensure that stories on issues of national importance and security are published by abiding to basic journalistic and editorial norms Sharif also ordered action against Rao Tehsin Ali Principal Information Officer of the Ministry of Information under disciplinary rules for the charges based on findings in report The story in Dawn said "in a blunt orchestrated and unprecedented warning the civilian government has informed the military leadership of a growing international isolation of Pakistan and sought consensus on several key actions by the state” It further said that "military-led intelligence agencies are not to interfere if law enforcement acts against militant groups that are banned or until now considered off-limits for civilian action" Written by Adil Akhzer | Chandigarh | Updated: January 30 2016 5:19 am The tree near the 250-bedded hospital Kamleshwar Singh Related News THE FIRST ever tree census conducted by the horticulture wing of the Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research’s (PGIMER) has revealed that a 200-year-old Bohr Banyan tree exists on the campus The census has also revealed that the campus is home to 4698 trees of around 80 species including medicinal trees “The census is over and we have done numbering of the trees as well” said Tejinder Singh who heads the horticulture wing of the Institute “We have found a tree that seems to be more than 200 years old and is growing near the site of the 250-bedded hospital on the campus” The survey was started in October last year and was aimed to get the exact number of trees planted in PGI said officials “There was no record about the number of trees on the campus Now we have information available about the trees at the institute” said an official Providing details of the major species that have been found at the institute Singh said “The major ten species are flowering trees (mango mulberry) timber trees (Shisham Tun) flowering trees (Gulmohar Amaltas Koelreuteria) Medicinal trees (Arjun Khair Amla) evergreen shady trees (Alstonia Chukrasia Ashoka)” he said Explaining the importance of the trees census an official from the horticulture wing said that it would now help the future tree plantation at the campus “It will help us in the future like how can we go ahead with the construction as well” he said adding that the census had been marked in the institute’s Master Plan PGI officials said the Institute had more than 40 per cent of green cover inside the campus For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Raipur | Published: December 25 2016 8:56 pm Top News A clinical display by the bowlers gave Mumbai a crucial first innings lead before captain Aditya Tare’s fine show with the bat helped them reach to a commanding position on the third day of their Ranji Trophy quarterfinal match against Hyderabad in Raipur on Sunday On a topsy-turvy day defending champions Mumbai bowled out Hyderabad who began the day on 167/3 for 280 with left-arm spinner Vijay Gohil picking up three of the five wickets to fall Abhishek Nayar who made 59 in the first innings took 4 wickets for 60 Hyderabad needed 127 runs to wipe out the first innings deficit and they came within 15 runs of the lead But a lower order collapse resulted Hyderabad slipping from 255 for 5 to 280 all out Wicketkeeper Kolla Sumanth battled through to make 44 and he was the last man to be dismissed Mumbai who had scored 294 all out in their first innings were 102 for 3 in their second innings from 35 overs at the at the draw of the stumps In their second innings Mumbai were rattled early as they slipped to 52 for 3 with Mohammad Siraj dismissing Shreyas Iyer (12) and Suryakumar Yadav (3) But opener Praful Waghela (27 batting) and Tare (39 batting) steered Mumbai to safety with an unbroken 50-run fourth-wicket stand Mumbai have now taken an overall lead of 116 runs with seven second innings wickets in hand Brief Scores: Mumbai: 294 and 102 for 3 in 35 overs (Aditya Tare 39 batting Praful Waghela 27 batting) Hyderabad: 280 all out (Tanmay Agarwal 82 S Badrinath 56 Abhishek Nayar 4/60 Vijay Gohli 3/59) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News Let them. “We have come to the conclusion that it is better for both sides to call an end to our time together, "The subsequent action of the airline in sacking the whistleblower is the icing on the cake of gross misconduct. 2012 3:37 am Related News Fixing exchange rates only tackles the symptoms of the brewing BoP crisis Last week, killing 13, The 17-year-old, Can you really secure your country by ignoring and violating people’s basic rights?

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