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For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Man Aman Singh Chhina | Pathankot | Published: September 28 2017 1:24 am Swaran Salaria Related News Swaran Salaria is in a hyper-active mode Interacting with BJP Yuva Morcha workers the 63-year-old party candidate for Gurdaspur Lok Sabha bypoll is a bundle of energy as he talks to them After a nearly 20 minute pep-talk in which he assures the youngsters that they all will “rajj ke nachangey” (dance to their heart’s content) after the victory in the polls much to their delight he gets mobbed by them for a selfie session And he smilingly obliges them before settling down “God knows how excited I was when I finally got this ticket Ye mere liye 14 saal ka banwaas tha (It has been a 14-year exile for me) Come what may I will win this election I have never tasted defeat and I never will” he says emphatically So who is the real Swaran Salaria The successful businessman worth several hundred crores from Mumbai or the one sweating it out in Gurdaspur Lok Sabha elections He does not hold back his answer “I have no ‘nasha’ of power I have all the money I need and I have left all my comforts to come here and live this tough life Do you know I have a sprawling bungalow of over one acre in Mumbai My bedroom is in 2000 square feet area My split air conditioner units are installed 100 feet away from the room so that there is no noise disturbance My TV screen is as big as this wall out here I have the best of cars you name it and I have it Out here I have brought a Toyota Innova I had never even sat in an Innova before” he says Salaria is disarmingly frank and continues to speak with earnestness “I gave up the designer clothes that I used to wear Because the party has some discipline and I was told to tone down my dressing I do not hide anything I love to live up the life I have my own jet my own chopper but I have come here to serve the peopleI stay with my mother in my village in a 20X20 room” he says Explaining his business interests which he pegs at around Rs 1500 crore overall he says his security agency is rated among top five in the world his hotel in Katra is rated five-star his aviation business has five helicopters and one fixed-wing jet He nods in the affirmative when asked if he has built a helipad in his sprawling new house near Pathankot “The house is in 4-5 acre It is almost complete and is in Parmanand near Pathankot” he says Controversies have always dogged Salaria Be it the allegation of rape by a woman a few years back the truth behind his Army service record or his run-in with Vinod Khanna and Kavita Khanna “Tell me what is my fault I love everybody respect everybody The leadership promised me a ticket in 2014 and now it gave me I do not want to say anything about Kavita Khanna Vinod Khanna’s work will be completed” he says Commenting on the rape allegations levelled against him by a woman some years back Salaria says it was a conspiracy hatched to deny him a Rajya Sabha ticket at the time “Some 36 years later the woman woke up to the fact that I had raped her No wonder her complaint was dismissed and I was declared innocent” he adds For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: August 23 2015 12:32 pm External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj Related News External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Sunday embarked on a two-nation tour of Egypt and Germany which is expected to see new vistas being opened in bilateral ties with particular focus on boosting trade and investment Egypt will be first destination of Swaraj’s four-day trip During her visit to Egyptian capital Cairo she will call on President of Egypt Abdel Fattah Al Sisi hold bilateral talks with her counterpart Sameh Hassan Shoukry and meet Nabil ElAraby Secretary General of the League of Arab States besides other leaders Swaraj in her first visit to the country as External Affairs Minister is also scheduled to deliver a public address at the prestigious Diplomatic Club in Cairo to be hosted by the Egyptian Council for Foreign Affairs “The Minister’s visit to Cairo will provide an opportunity to review the entire gamut of our bilateral and multilateral relations and to exchange views with the Egyptian leadership covering whole range of issues of mutual interest” the External Affairs Ministry said Egypt has traditionally been one of India’s most important trading partners in the African continent Trade between India and Egypt during the last financial year (April 2014 — March 2015) has been recorded at USD 476 billion Most importantly India is the sixth largest trading partner of Egypt — the second largest export destination India’s imports from Egypt were worth $174 billion during 2014-15 There has been diversification in the export basket of Egyptian products to India During her visit to Berlin from August 25-27 Swaraj will hold meetings with German Foreign Minister Frank Walter Steinmeier and a number of other leaders Both the countries are expected to review bilateral relationship with a particular focus on enhancing economic engagement Prime Minister Narendra Modi had visited Germany in April during which the two countries had agreed to broaden bilateral economic cooperation A joint statement issued at the end of his visit had said the two countries have established a robust roadmap for expanding their multi-faceted and mutually-beneficial ties and to further strengthen strategic partnership Germany is India’s largest trading partner in the EU and one of the top ten global trading partners The overall exchange of goods and services between the two countries was valued at around around 1596 billion euros last year a drop of 114 billion euros from the level of 1610 billion euros registered in 2013 While India’s exports to Germany rose marginally to 703 billion euros in 2014 its German imports dropped to 892 billion euros from 919 billion euros in the previous year according to the Federal Statistical Office Germany is the 8th largest foreign investor in India Its foreign direct investments in India during January-November 2014 was valued at around USD 9957 million More than 1600 Indo-German collaborations and around 600 Indo-German joint ventures are currently in operation For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: August 15 2015 8:27 pm The Prime Minister said he had seen that when a youth gets an interview call he often looks for a ‘sifarish’ (recommendation) (Source: Express photo by Tashi Tobgyal) Related News Prime Minister Narendra Modi today suggested states and his cabinet colleagues do away with the practice of holding interviews for recruitment at junior levels saying this system breeds corruption In his Independence day address from the Red Fort Modi called upon concerned departments to end this practice at the earliest and stressed recruitment only through transparent online processes “One of the areas of corruption is recruitment Even the poorest of the poor wants that his son should get a job” Modi said lamenting that many lose out due to corruption in the process of interviews Share This Article Related Article “I urge upon state governments and my colleagues in the government that as far as possible we should end the practice of holding interviews for small jobs We should recruit on the basis of merit The will help the poor get rid of this kind of corruption and we should strive to work in this direction This is my request” he said The Prime Minister said he had seen that when a youth gets an interview call he often looks for a ‘sifarish’ (recommendation) Even poor widows are compelled to look for recommendations for interviews of their children he added Modi said that he had seen people from Nagaland Mizoram going to Mumbai just for an interview “This menace has to bestopped” he asserted “I have not yet seen a psychiatrist who can assess a person in a two-minute interview” Modi said as he pitched for doing away with holding interviews for small jobs “Is it important for those seeking small jobs to face interviews Can a job not be given without an interview on the basis of his or her online marksheet” he said The Prime Minister suggested that in jobs where physical test was required or top-level jobs jobs where personality or appearance are important there can be a different system For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News There’s nothing new about Mersal’s storyline. Mersal’s treatment of his political persona is much more obvious than the rest.Written by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: July 31 ?

2017 11:57 am Dhanush to share the stage with Simbu at Sakka Podu Podu Raja music event. Related News After a long time actors Dhanush and Simbu will be seen sharing the same dais Dhanush will be the chief guest at the audio release function of Sakka Podu Podu Raja which will mark Simbu’s debut as a music director Santhanam who is playing the lead role in Sakka Podu Podu Raja announced in a video message that the full music album will come out on December 6 at a star-studded event “When I told Dhanush that I will be announcing the music launch release date he told me to share a surprise news too He asked me to tell you that Dhanush will be launching the music album” he said “I’m so happy and proud that Simbu and Dhanush will be present at the same dais for my function” he added Dhanush and Simbu have made headlines in the past due to the perceived rivalry between the stars However time and again when they had a chance they have refuted the speculations of bad blood between them Simbu meanwhile is in deep waters with the producers’ council in the Tamil film industry after he allegedly caused a huge loss to one of his producers by bailing on them without completing the project According to reports a red notice has been issued in Simbu’s name which reportedly prevents him from working with other producers and directors until the charges against him are cleared Looks like fans of Simbu can use some good news Composer Anirudh Ravichander has also sung a song for the Sakka Podu Podu which is directed by Sethuraman The film also stars Vivek VTV Ganesh Robo Shankar and Mayilsamy among others in the star cast Vaibhavi Shandilya plays the female lead For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | Karachi | Updated: September 6 2016 7:53 pm Indian officials feel that Gautam Bambawale’s comments on Pakistan’s interference in Kashmir which was India’s internal matter “rattled the Pakistani authorities Karachi prompting a cancellation” of the event (File) Top News In a snub Karachi Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday cancelled an event of Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan Gautam Bambawale at the last minute apparently on Monday over his remarks on Pakistan’s interference in Kashmir Bambawale who is on his first visit to Karachi after assuming charge in January this year was told about the cancellation “just half an hour before the event invite for which was received and accepted by him a couple of weeks ago” sources told PTI The organisers did not give a reason immediately for the cancellation However the Indian officials feel that Bambawale’s comments on Pakistan’s interference in Kashmir which was India’s internal matter “rattled the Pakistani authorities Karachi prompting a cancellation” “This is very disrespectful on the part of the organisers” officials asserted On Monday during an interactive session organised by the Karachi Council on Foreign Relations Bambawale had taken a swipe at Pakistan over its interference in Kashmir saying people living in glass houses should not be throwing stones at others “There are problems in both India and Pakistan and you (Pakistan) should focus on resolving your problems before looking into the problems of other countries” he had said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: January 1 2017 10:47 am Top News To mark 2017 The Sunday Express meets 17-year-olds across the country touched by the big events of 2016 — to listen to their questions as they begin their first year of adulthood Vishal Gupta Indore|‘I am boarding a train again What if this one derails too’ The over 1200-km journey from Indore to his village Bilaujha in Mau district of eastern Uttar Pradesh was a special one for 17-year-old Vishal Gupta His sister Ruby 23 was getting married on December 1 The shopping for her trousseau was done and father Ram Prasad Gupta 45 a sales assistant at a wine shop in Indore had borrowed Rs 3 lakh from friends and relatives to provide for the other expenses Vishal a Class 10 student his father sisters Ruby and 14-year-old Khushi boarded the Indore-Patna Express from Indore in the afternoon on November 19 A little after 3 am when most passengers were fast asleep fourteen coaches of the train derailed at Pukhrayan in Kanpur Dehat district leaving over 150 dead Vishal and his family were in the S-1 coach that was one of the worst hit in the accident “A few hours after the accident Ruby Khushi and I managed to pull ourselves out of the debris but we couldn’t find our father We lost all our belongings including the money that my father had borrowed” recalls Vishal A student of Little Angels’ Convent in Indore he will return to school in February after his sister’s wedding The thought of that journey is “scary” he says “I have not boarded a train since the accident What if that train derails too Why can’t drivers be more careful” asks Vishal “It’s ironic that the government talks of bullet trains when they should be worrying about the safety of passengers Isn’t it more important that passengers reach their destination safe even if late” he says Read more here– Ramendra Singh Kanchan Harijan Odisha |‘When will a good road be built to my college so that there can be more buses’ In the grimy female medicine ward of the Nabarangpur district headquarters hospital Kanchan Harijan sits on the bed with her younger sister Rashmita Harijan Their father Paramananda Harijan 45 squats on the floor as there are no chairs available for attendants They have been here since the night of December 14 when Rashmita had to be rushed to hospital after being diagnosed with sickle cell anaemia Dr Priyaranjan Bahali who did the morning rounds at the ward told them that Rashmita’s haemoglobin level was 6 gm/dl less than half of the ideal count Kanchan a Class 12 Arts student of Sai Vinayak College in Majhiguda admits she is worried about missing school “My final examinations are in March and I don’t want to miss classes even for a day” she says The Dalit girl from Pakhanaguda village in Nandahandi block of Nabarangpur is the most educated in her family of five that includes Rashmita their younger brother Balaram and her parents Two years ago after she scored 56 per cent in her Class 10 exams Kanchan’s parents enrolled her for Plus 2 in a private college The monthly fees is Rs 2200 and Kanchan knows the money is daunting for her father who works as an MNREGS labourer What bothers Kanchan more though is the lack of buses as she must travel 20 km every day to college She pays Rs 10 for the 30-minute ride but rarely gets a seat Read more here– Debabrata Mohanty Nishant Khushwaha Delhi |‘I want to acquire skills Can I do that and not be a labourer like my father’ In August Nishant Khushwaha earned his first salary at a cardboard factory in northwest Delhi’s Shalimar Bagh “It was the first time I earned regular money It was apna paisa (my own money) and I could do anything I wanted with it” says Nishant a lean teenager with long hair backbrushed into a pompadour But the stint was shortlived Nishant caught chikungunya and a bad bout of brain fever his mother Sunita says By the time he recovered demonetisation had been announced and it was the end of job prospects for the school dropout “who has no inclination to study” In the new year Nishant hopes to get a stable job in a mobile phone manufacturing factory “My friend Sahil works in a unit where mobile phones are assembled Kaam seekhna hai (I want to acquire skills) Why can’t I get a job like that I don’t want to be a labourer like my father” he says Read more here– Sarah Hafeez Loman Ali Kairana |‘Why not get us a job We will leave’ In 2017 Loman Ali hopes to get a job The money would help but above all the job would allow him to get married to the love of his life They met at a wedding in Kandhla and fell in love instantly he says Living in a one-room house with his father two brothers two sisters-in-law and their five children in Kairana’s Nahid Colony built for the riot victims of Muzaffarnagar Loman pines for privacy to even talk to her He hasn’t thought about whether he can legally marry the girl who is 17 too When it comes to that the teenager hopes the fact that he has no document proving his age will help Since no one in the family originally belonging to Fugana village — one of the worst hit in the September 2013 violence — remembers his birthday it is an approximate guess that he is 17 Read more here– Ishita Mishra Tabish Rafiq Bhat Jammu-Kashmir |‘Studying is only way forward I always wanted to do MBA But can I still’ Tabish Rafiq Bhat says he always hoped to do a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) some day But the pellets that pierced his left eye shattered his retina — and his dreams Now he says he can’t look at the printed word without his eyes watering “My future seems dark… just like my eye” says the 17-year-old who wrote his Class 10 examinations in November Tabish says he asked for a writer during the exams but the Board of School Education “turned down my request” “My left eye hurt badly when I wrote my exams” he says lying under a blanket in his single-room house that is partitioned to make space for the kitchen The family is preparing for another surgery — the fourth — on Tabish’s left eye “Doctors say there are two more pellets inside They say they can only remove the pellets and that I won’t be able to see with my left eye” Read more here– Basharat Masood Alice Yumnam Manipur |‘I just want a picnic with my friends Will the curfew end’ For the majority of her teenage years Alice Yumnam was “blissfully unaware” of what an Inner Line Permit (ILP) meant even though she admits peer pressure initially prompted her to take part in the protests on the issue which first cropped up in 2012 Alice’s locality Khurai in Imphal East district in the state capital has always been the epicentre of Meitei-centric protests in Manipur And their demand for some form of an Inner Line Permit (ILP) which restricts entry of outsiders into Manipur has largely been driven by the youth wing of the Joint Committee for Inner Line Permit (JCILP) a group of civic organisations that has been spearheading the movement since 2012 Read more here– Esha Roy Mohammad Shahjad Alam Azamgarh |‘No action against guilty Then how are we going to ensure this isn’t repeated’ When news that his uncle had passed away reached him on March 19 Mohammad Shahjad Alam was at his madrasa at Mubarakpur in Uttar Pradesh’s Azamgarh district It was only after he returned home to Jharkhand two days later he says that he realised what had happened His uncle Mohammad Majloom Ansari 35 and 12-year-old Imtiyaz Khan were lynched allegedly by a mob of cow vigilantes at Jhabar village in Jharkhand’s Latehar district and their bodies strung up on a tree The two cattle traders herding oxen to a fair in Hazaribagh were accused of taking the animals for illegal slaughter “When I returned all I could see was people in tears The memories just refuse to fade I don’t remember any celebrations at home since” says Alam sitting in his home at Nawada village 10 km from Jhabar where the incident occurred Read more here– Prashant Pandey Anirbana Dasgupta Howrah |‘Patriotism must come from within Can you ask an East Bengal fan to cheer for a bad pass’ Anirbana Dasgupta has an opinion on everything — from the state of education in West Bengal to the recent Supreme Court order on the national anthem — and a football analogy for each The Class 11 student of Maria’s Day School in Howrah says he wants to get out of West Bengal in 2017 because “the state just doesn’t offer the same options anymore It’s like a football team with great forwards but a bad goalkeeper and even worse defenders An avid footballer a voracious reader and a self-confessed science geek Anirbana says he has avoided films in movie halls since the national anthem order “Of course I will stand up for the anthem if that’s the law But if I am going to watch a movie for the Sunny Leone item number in it I am not in a very patriotic mood am I Feelings of patriotism should come from within I mean you can’t ask an East Bengal fan to cheer for a bad pass which costs the team a goal can you” Read more here– Aniruddha Ghosal Divyesh Solanki Una |‘Why should I stay a Hindu Maybe I will convert to Buddhism this year’ “No money today either” says Divyesh Solanki as he walks home with his mother and sister after a day spent sorting and packing freshly harvested onion bulbs They are hired for Rs 160 a day and for the last three days haven’t been paid their money “The farmer has asked me to come back tomorrow” says Divyesh He doesn’t know what else he could do for a living he says He knows what he “won’t do” however “Until a few months ago almost every male member in our extended family and community skinned cows for a living I never learnt to do it and even if I did after what happened to members of our community I can’t imagine doing it either” Divyesh’s village Mota Samadhiyala was the epicentre of Dalit unrest in Gujarat after seven men from the village were flogged on July 11 by a group of ‘gau rakshaks’ for skinning a cow carcass Read more here? I was told that a group of students had raised anti-India slogans,dates for the election.BJP’s Goa Desk Incharge Nitin Gadkari during his recentvisit had said that the alliance with MGP will be finalisedsoon as both the parties (BJP-MGP) are not averse to fight thepolls together For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Hindon | Updated: October 8 2014 3:20 pm Air Chief Marshall Arup Raha Related News The ceasefire violations and firing from across the Line of Control are “quite serious” and the government wants a “quick resolution” of the problem there IAF Chief Arup Raha said here on Wednesday “The issue is quite serious and it should not happen Government is taking it seriously and we want a quick resolution of the problem We want peace and tranquillity and want the borders to be normal “India wants good relations with our neighbours and the government is taking a number of steps in this direction diplomatically and otherwise We are all concerned and efforts are being made to bring this to an end All security agencies are concerned the way the things have developed in last few days and we want an early resolution” he said when asked to comment on the ceasefire violations along the LoC and the International Border Air Chief Marshal Raha was talking to reporters on the sidelines of the 82nd Air Force Day parade Asked about the directives given by the government to the services on the way to handle the ceasefire violations the IAF chief said “Directions are very simple that we need to resolve the issue at the earliest We want peace and tranquillity on the border so that the nation can focus on development and other important issues” Since October 1 the frequency of ceasefire violations by Pakistan has increased Two women were killed and 15 others injured in heavy mortar shelling and firing by Pakistani troops along the international border in Jammu and Kashmir taking the death toll to eight in the continued ceasefire violations by Pakistan for over a week Extending the ceasefire violations to new areas Pakistan Rangers shelled border outposts (BoPs) and villages in Samba and Kathua along with Jammu during the night and the firing was continuing till this morning For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Editorial | Published: January 24 2017 12:04 am Top News Life couldn’t have been more dramatic recently for 16-year-old Zaira Wasim the Kashmiri actor who played wrestling champion Geeta Phogat in Aamir Khan’s blockbuster Dangal In the biopic playing daughter to Aamir’s coach-father Zaira essayed the several sharp twists in Geeta’s life from her early reluctance to wrestle to losing her first dangal or bout gathering her nerve and achieving momentous wins including becoming the first woman wrestler to win gold for India at the 2010 Commonwealth Games In real life Geeta faced constant mocking sly patronising and ugly brow-beating by men; Zaira has tasted this in real life too Following Dangal’s success Zaira met Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti The meeting seemed courteous; the reactions weren’t Zaira was attacked online and trolled Politics in Kashmir is heavy with history and perennially fraught but here an irony showed through: Voices claiming to represent freedom of choice attacked a young woman for exercising her freedom Kashmir has suffered deep tragic traumas But it it is also true that Zaira has the right to make her own choices politically and otherwise Under pressure from the conservative elements trolling her Zaira cracked writing an emotional “apology” stating she was no role model and that she’d “unintentionally hurt people” whose sentiments she understood given “what had happened over the last 6 months” She sought “forgiveness” pleading to be treated like a 16-year-old girl But the trolls laughed too fast Zaira deleted her emotional post shortly thereafter and following reel-life father Aamir Khan’s supportive open letter she seems to have gathered heart This showed when Vijay Goel Union sports minister attempted to mansplain her with a patronising post showing a woman in a hijab and a cage — Goel congratulated Zaira for breaking out of the latter But Zaira shot back saying hijab-wearers weren’t victims and that Goel was mistakenly clubbing her in an imagined league of the oppressed As Goel hurriedly backed off Zaira seemed to have found her feet in a real-life dangal learning to fight back For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Gurgaon | Published: July 19 2017 5:05 pm The victim’s father has alleged that ties between his daughter Bidisha Bezbaruah and her husband Nisheeth Jha were strained (File Photo) Related News The Gurgaon Police has arrested the husband of Assamese actress and singer Bidisha Bezbaruah who allegedly committed suicide at her residence in the posh Sushant Lok area Nishith Jha was arrested from Surat last night police said on Thursday Jha was booked on charges of abetment to suicide following a complaint by the actress’s father they said Bidisha Bezbaruah who was last seen in Anurag Basu’s“Jagga Jasoos” was found dead on Monday evening The 30-year-old was a well-known TV personality who had hosted many stage shows She had recently come from Mumbai to Gurgaon police said “Bezbaruah was found hanging from a ceiling fan in her rented accommodation which she had taken recently” Deputy Commissioner of Police (East) Deepak Saharan had said on Tuesday He said the father of the actress had informed the police that she was not taking his calls When the police reached the spot the main gate and the door were locked from inside The police team broke open the door and found her hanging “The victim’s father claimed in his complaint that she had a love marriage but would often have quarrels with her husband” the DCP said No suicide note was recovered from the spot Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal had also spoken to his Haryana counterpart Manohar Lal Khattar seeking proper probe into the death For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News 9 kms from here.“Parrikar will arrive in Goa today He will be busy inmeetings tomorrow and on Monday he will address a publicmeeting at Mapusa bus stand” BJP General Secretary SadanandTanavade said WATCH VIDEO: Parrikar: Credit For Surgical Strikes Goes To Army And 127 Cr Indians This would be Parrikar’s first visit to the stateafter India launched surgical strikes across the Line ofControl (LoC)?11-6,celebrity fashion stylist who worked with Brother on the study also commented on this trend.GRP Commissioner, Doctors had been fighting to stem the massive loss of blood,however, explains Allana.