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Malhar Patildirector of The Unique Academy that imparts coaching for civil servicestold Newsline Based on the results of the written section of the main examination and Personality Test interviews held in March-April2013UPSC has released its list of successful candidates Candidates can get any information/clarification regarding their exams/recruitments on all working days between 10 am and 5 pm on 23385271/23381125/23098543 at UPSC headquarters For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBangalore | Published: February 27 2014 4:31 am Yashwant Sinha said it wasn’t Manmohan Singh but ‘Monsoon Singh’ who deserves credit for the impressive growth in the agricultural sector during UPA rule Related News Releasing the Karnataka BJP’s ‘economic newsletter’ in Bangalore on Wednesday senior party leader and former Union finance minister Yashwant Sinha said it wasn’t Manmohan Singh but ‘Monsoon Singh’ who deserves credit for the impressive growth in the agricultural sector during UPA rule The newsletter describes the Indian economic condition under UPA as a “struggling patient in the ICU” “The vehicle of the Indian economy came to a halt during UPA rule” Sinha said adding that the current government is the most corrupt that India has ever known “All the major sectors where growth is a prerequisite to the nation’s economy are in distress The agricultural sector is somewhat better not because of Manmohan Singh’s governance but because of Monsoon Singh’s blessings” he said Speaking against the Congress’ and the Third Front’s indecision about their prime ministerial candidates Sinha said Narendra Modi for the BJP is an idea whose has time has come “Modi is not a person He is an idea No power can stop him He will become prime minister” the BJP leader said For all the latest Bangalore News download Indian Express App More Related NewsGOTHENBURG Sweden (Reuters) – “There is more work to be done” to unlock Brexit talks British Prime Minister Theresa May was told on Friday as the European Union repeated an early December deadline for her to move on the divorce bill and border with Ireland May met fellow leaders on the sidelines of an EU summit in Gothenburg Sweden to try to break the deadlock over how much Britain will pay on leaving the bloc in 16 months She signalled again that she would increase an initial offer that is estimated at some 20 billion euros about a third of what Brussels wants But without any immediate plans to detail which financial commitments Britain was planning to cover and with a growing row with Ireland over their shared border European Council President Donald Tusk who coordinates Brexit for the bloc’s other 27 leaders concluded Britain must take further steps He increased the pressure on May to make progress by early December in time for the EU to react at a summit on Dec 14-15 or risk losing a chance to push the talks to a discussion of future trade ties something London desperately wants so it can offer some certainty to nervy businesses Asked about Brexit minister David Davis complaining that Britain had made “all the running” in finding compromises on the third key divorce issue — the rights of expatriate citizens Tusk said pointedly: “I can say only that I really appreciate Mr Davis’s English sense of humour” He told the news conference: ”While good progress on citizens has been made we need to see much more progress on Ireland and on the financial settlement “In order to avoid any ambiguity about our work calendar I made it very clear to prime minister May that this progress needs to happen at the beginning of December at the latest” It was an echo of the ultimatum issued by the EU’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier who a week ago gave Davis until the end of the month to detail the British approach to the financial settlement — and effectively increase the money on the table But Tusk who met May earlier on Friday added another demand – more progress on the future status of the border between EU member Ireland and Northern Ireland which Britain says is almost impossible to make without discussing the future trade deal as that would determine the kind of customs needed PRESSURE AT HOME AWAY Under pressure at home from lawmakers in her own party who are concerned she is preparing for Britain to walk away with no deal and from the EU May has tried to gloss over the differences and emphasise how far the talks have come Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May meets with her Swedish counterpart Stefan Lofven (not pictured) at Gothia Towers Hotel on the eve of the EU Social Summit for Fair Jobs and Growth in Gothenburg Sweden November 16 2017 TT News Agency/Bjorn Larsson Rosvall via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS – THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY SWEDEN OUT NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN SWEDEN“We’ve agreed that good progress has been made More does need to be done But we’re clear and I‘m clear that what we need to do is move forward together and that is how we can ensure that we are going to get the best deal for the United Kingdom and the European Union” May told reporters But a growing row with Ireland broke into the open on Friday with Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney saying Dublin was not ready to allow the talks to move onto a discussion of future trade next month Prime Minister Leo Varadkar went further “I can’t say in any honesty that it’s close on the Irish issue or on the financial settlement” he told Sky News “After 40 years of marriage most of them good now Britain wants a divorce but an open relationship the day after” With German Chancellor Angela Merkel absent from the summit because of government formation talks in Berlin it was left to French President Emmanuel Macron to speak for the heavyweight powers which are taking a tough line with London: “We won’t change the agreed process in any way and we won’t open talks on the future relationship as long as the conditions set in the first phase have not been met” he said Sweden But May weakened after losing her Conservative Party’s majority at a June election she did not need to call has little room for manoeuvre Some of her team of ministers are pressing her to hold off from naming a figure seeing it as one of the few levers Britain has to press for better trade deal Despite the tough language Tusk offered some hope “I feel much better safer after my meeting with Theresa May everything is possible” the former Polish premier said “There was very visibly goodwill on both sides We still have a chance to achieve our first goal — to achieve the finalisation of the first phase of negotiations I am very cautious But optimistic” ($1 = 08480 euros) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Written by Sadaf Modak | Mumbai | Published: March 13 2016 12:00 am In 1932 Gandhi was arrested by the British from his tent on the terrace of Mani Bhavan (Express Photo by Paroma Mukherjee) Related News Covered by a canopy of trees in the leafy area of Laburnum Road in Gamdevi Mani Bhavan can be easy to miss if not for the charkha at its entrance and the steady stream of tourists The two-storey building belonged to Revashankar Jhaveri a follower of Mahatma Gandhi who ensured that the place hosted him each time he was in Mumbai then Bombay A significant part of the freedom struggle Mani Bhavan was the headquarters of the Indian National Congress from 1917 to 1934 and the place from where the first phase of Gandhi’s call for non-violence was launched The satyagraha against the Rowlatt Act which gave the British the power to imprison political leaders without a trial and the decision to launch the civil disobedience movement too began from here In 1932 Gandhi was arrested by the British from his tent on the terrace of the Bhavan and taken to Yerawada prison in Pune Old-timers at the Bhavan say this was the place which saw Gandhi’s journey from an individual taking on the might of the British to becoming a national figure commanding the support of the masses It was after Gandhi’s death in 1948 that the Bhavan was turned into a museum and remains a Grade I heritage structure Today as one enters multi-coloured pamphlets in at least 10 languages from all over the world can be seen on a glass panel which also has books written by Gandhi including his autobiography My Experiments with Truth On one side is a bust of Gandhi smiling and on another wall is the ‘stone of hope’ It was a return gift sent by US President Barack Obama after his visit to Mani Bhavan in 2010 and is a piece of stone used in the making of a memorial in Washington DC “It also serves as a reminder that Martin Luther King who saw Gandhi as an inspiration had come to Mani Bhavan in 1959 He preferred to stay here with modest arrangements instead of a hotel” a guide is heard explaining to tourists Inside a wall has details of postage stamps of different countries which have commemorated Gandhi through them On the other side is a library with around 40000 books and more than 300 members apart from those who frequent the library to refer to the books on Gandhi On the first floor are photographs of various important events of his life and on the second is an artistic display of the same On the other corner is the room in which Gandhi lived whenever he was in Bombay The room has a few charkhas This is the place where Gandhi learnt to card cotton to make slivers for spinning cotton yarn It is said that in 1917 when Gandhi was living here a carder would pass by the Bhavan everyday Gandhi sent for him one day and a spinning class began till he mastered it Other relics include letters written by Gandhi from the Bhavan to Rabindranath Tagore and facsimiles of his handwriting through notes “I tell students who come to Mani Bhavan to close their eyes and imagine that Gandhi walked through these corridors that so many events of India’s freedom struggle were planned here He would walk to chowpatty and other open spaces like Gowalia Tank not far from here and hold public meetings He garnered a lot of support from the people of the then Bombay” says Usha Thakkar president of the Mani Bhavan Sangrahalaya Thakkar who retired as a professor of political science at SNDT College recalls how Usha Mehta a freedom fighter and a Gandhian who led the effort to preserve Gandhi’s heritage through this memorial spoke of keeping Mani Bhavan as a ‘living museum’ “It is a historical building but she wanted it to remain a place which could be seen as a centre of inspiration It continues to remain a space which has Gandhi’s presence through his ideas of freedom non-violence satyagraha and peace” Thakkar says Currently the Bhavan is also the venue for lectures special screenings as well as plays and competitions for students Thakkar disagrees that the majority of tourists visiting the Bhavan are foreigners “The place has had visitors including Kofi Annan Obama and other dignitaries from all over the world but Gandhi is everybody’s No matter what the political ideology he remains relevant We receive students keen on knowing about Gandhi people from all over the country who walk in to feel the essence of what he stood for” she says Have a comment or suggestion for Once Upon A Time Write to [email protected] with subject line:Once Upon A Time For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shalini Langer | New Delhi | Published: September 16 2016 6:01 pm The Light Between Oceans movie review: The movie spends most of its time establishing a wind-swept sun-dappled water-lapped romance between Tom (Michael Fassbender) and Isabelle (Alicia Vikander) on a desolate island next to the lighthouse he manages Top News The Light Between Oceans movie cast: Michael Fassbender Alicia Vikander Rachel Weisz The Light Between Oceans movie director: Derek Cianfrance “You only have to forgive once” For all its faults The Light Between Oceans can be forgiven for giving us this one line As a German character who meets an unfortunate death in the film points out it’s either that or a “lifetime of resentment” “every day” One can’t really argue with this The Light Between Oceans isn’t as clear-sighted about a lot else including the title It spends most of its time establishing a wind-swept sun-dappled water-lapped romance between Tom (Michael Fassbender) and Isabelle (Alicia Vikander) on a desolate island next to the lighthouse he manages The scenes are postcard Nicholas Sparks; the reason they rise above is that Fassbender and Vikander (also a real-life couple now) hint at a deep-seated passion bound by unsaid pain Tom we know is an Australian World War I veteran carrying the ghosts of the deaths he has seen Isabelle who comes to him like a ray of sunshine seems to understand and fall in step with it Their relationship and the film’s beat changes when Isabelle miscarries two of their babies in quick succession During one of these miscarriages Tom is working alone in his lighthouse while she climbs up the steps in pain against a raging storm unheard That guilt and an unexplained revulsion for doctors dictates the actions of Tom and Isabelle when a baby washes up on the shore soon after they have lost their second child There is a dead man next to the baby girl on the boat presumed to be her father Isabelle convinces Tom that perhaps this was how God intended it to be Against better judgment and his official responsibilities Tom decides to help Isabelle hide the truth and present “Lucy” to the world as their own newborn As much as war plays a role in setting the moral frame of this story so do duty God and Church And when the girl’s real mother a grieving Hannah (Rachel Weisz) comes into the picture at a cemetery it tears everyone apart However much as Cianfrance (Blue Valentine The Place Beyond the Pines) takes his time getting us here he doesn’t spend as much developing the rest of the film now that we have reached its dramatic conflict Hannah’s story particularly is dismissed in a few inconsequential flashbacks leaving us feeling little for her A parallel sidetrack has police trying to probe the case while we want Cianfrance who adapted the story from a bestseller by the same name to swing around to Fassbender and Vikander who are still acting their hearts out and grieving even more It seems another of those very stretched plot points that Tom and Hannah’s husband who was a German once fought for opposite sides in the war and are now bound by the most elemental of human bonds — the love for a child Nobody comments on this but could that be ‘the light between the oceans’ For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsMumbai: Young India batsman KLRahul on Tuesdaysaid the lessons he learnt from the likes of Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers while playing forRoyal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in the Indian Premier League (IPL)have made him a better cricketer and he would look to "express" himself in the Zimbabwe tour beginning Saturday "I spent time with Virat (Kohli) and AB (de Villiers) and asked them questions about what they thought I should do to improve my cricket and be successful in shortest format Their ideas and feedback did help me in improving my batting" he told reporters at the open media session before the Indian team’s departure to Zimbabwe KL Rahul credited RCB skipper Virat Kohli (left) as well as AB de Villiers for helping him improve his batting skills Sportzpics/IPL The 24-year-old was one of the Indians who did well in the IPL this season India are to play three ODIs and three T20 Internationals in Zimbabwe from 11-22 June He said he would to look to keep it simple and stick to basics in Zimbabwe "I did not have time to prepare for this IPL because I was coming back from an injury It’s very important to keep things simple and stick to the basics I will go out there and perform to my strengths play cricketing shots "Wherever we play the batsmen have bigger responsibility in ODI and T20 formats to set up big targets and give that cushion to bowlers We have been in good form off late in the IPL and in the last couple of years in Ranji Trophy and first class cricket We are looking out to express ourselves We are looking out to go out there and have fun" he added Asked about the Test season ahead Rahul said "Not going to worry about Test matches this is my first ODI series with the Indian team so I will focus on doing well there and figure out how I will be successful in Zimbabwe "Once we go there I don’t know how the wickets are in Zimbabwe It will be definitely challenging for the opening batsman and it’s a responsibility that I have enjoyed to go out there and give a solid start to my team" said Rahul who has played five Tests but still uncapped in ODIs On wicket-keeping Rahul admitted that he needs improvement and he would be looking to work with captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on this aspect "About wicket-keeping I have enjoyed whatever little bit I could do and contribute for RCB I will have to work a little harder I will get some time with MS Dhoni in Zimbabwe and my plan is to try to work with him on my wicket-keeping skills and see what feedback he has for me" Rahul said "I would like to be in the playing XI and I don’t care where I play It does not really matter where I play" he quipped when asked about his preferred batting position Another 24-year-old Mandeep Singh also said the Zimbabwe tour would be an important opportunity for the youngsters "It’s a big opportunity for all of us and my goal is to perform well and make a good place in the team I’m confident as I have been doing well in the shorter format in the past 2-3 years" he said "I am excited to wear the Indian jersey I don’t care who the opposition is I have done a lot of NCA camps where they taught we have to treat every match same and not think of the result" he added He also said that playing alongside the likes of AB de Villiers and Virat Kohli have helped him as a cricketer "I have been lucky to play alongside both A B de Villiers and Virat (Kohli) I did a lot of technical talk with AB and spoke about fielding and fitness with Virat and batting The two years which I have been with them is helping me "Specifically I spoke about head positioning with AB and he helped me I am trying to match fitness level of Virat" added the Punjab lad On the batting approach the right handed batsman said "I have spoken to Virat and AB In any format you have to give time and there are more chances of being successful" Written by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: May 24 2013 1:29 am Related News Bollywood actors continue to scream for attention on the Cannes red carpet Ameesha Patel turned up for a screening in an ornate Manish Malhotra lehenga with make-up that didnt match her skin colour Accompanying her was her Shortcut Romeo co-actor Puja Guptawho looked drab in an ivory Gauri and Nainika creation The actors tried to redeem themselves at their portrait sessions Gupta turned up in a black-and-gold Rahul Mishra jacket and Patel played it down in a white-and-red creationalso by Malhotra But Sherlyn Choprain an off-white lehenga and a plunging choliproved to be a strong contender for the worst dressed Indian at Cannes title For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsKolkata | Published: February 27 2014 3:55 am Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday accused the Congress and BJP of forming a syndicate and urged people not to give a single vote to the two parties Related News Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday accused the Congress and BJP of forming a syndicate and urged people not to give a single vote to the two parties Addressing a rally in Guwahati the West Bengal chief minister said: “The Congress and BJP have formed dosti (friendship) They have established a syndicate This has to be resisted” while referring to the creation of Telangana state “It is time for the people to bring a change” she added While hitting out at the Congress for its “policy of political vendetta” she slammed the BJP for projecting Narendra Modi “a person who instigated communal riots as its prime ministerial candidate” “We had supported Atal Bihari Vajpayee because he was a respectable person” she said referring to the TMC being a part of the NDA government and added: “But we cannot support a person who instigated communal riots” without taking Narendra Modi’s name Banerjee also slammed the Tarun Gogoi government in Assam for “repeated instances of violence” in the state “The Congress is in the habit of triggering off violence Remember how thousands of people had to flee to my state (West Bengal) during the violence in Assam recently You have been voting for the Congress for the last two terms in Assam But why has peace not returned to Assam Why is there so much violence protests atrocities terror and tears” she spoke in Bengal interspersed with few Assamese In a bid to strike a chord with local population she said she knew all the Bengali songs sung by legendary Assamese singer Bhupen Hazarika by heart “I have great admiration for him I particularly like his ‘manuhe manuhor babey’ song in which he talks about universal brotherhood and humanity” she said Criticising the UPA II government for its television campaign showcasing its achievements Banerjee said: “Look at the election gimmick the Congress has launched You can’t watch television They claim they have made roads they have made schools they have made hospitals As if others have done nothing When elections come they release advertisements through television The remaining five years they are not to be seen” She said her party’s agenda if it got the opportunity to share power at the Centre in the next government would be to bring a change in the land acquisition policy “The current land acquisition policy is very bad” she said For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: July 19 2012 2:31 am Related News Satya Pal JainNational In-charge of Legal and Legislative Cell of BJPwill be the polling agent of BJP-backed presidential candidate PA Sangma during the Presidential elections to be held on July 19 Jain had also represented Sangma on July 2 when the nomination papers of the candidates were scrutinised for the elections and had raised objections on the nomination papers of Congress candidate Pranab Mukherjee About 800 members of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabhaincluding the prime ministercentral ministers and opposition leaderswill cast their votes at the Parliament House Meanwhilethe Indian National Lok Dalled by former Haryana CM Om Prakash Chautalaon Wednesday announced its support for Sangma For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: October 1 2013 1:55 am Related News SMD Little Champ PANCHKULA: Toddlers of SMD Little Champ School observed Gandhi Jayanti on Tuesday with volunteers of Art of Living (Panchkula Chapter) visiting the school campus and briefing them about Mahatma Gandhis teachings and experiences A prayer session was also held in which kids and staff also participated A documentary based on Gandhi was also screened during the occasion Mount Litera Zee School PANCHKULA: Mount Litera Zee School carried out a rally for Communal Harmony to mark Gandhi Jayanti The rallyorganised around the theme of Stop Violence.
near my house on Sinhagad Road,I would often run into people who couldn’t afford to go to gyms exercising on the nearby hills.