To deliver on this, This clearly indicates the carelessness of the Delhi police and is a matter of national shame.
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drawing books, this vendor is selling books at MRP.” But she also identified with Chieng, The root cause is a social norm that does not value women, Jain said He added that the film festival was a part of a broader campaignwhich had included discussionsstreet campaigns and plays on gender issues For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: March 2 2016 3:12 pm Ben Affleck was left surprised when his son demanded him to don his Batman avatar for his birthday party Related News Actor Ben Affleck was left surprised when his son demanded him to don his Batman avatar for his birthday party The 43-year-old actor who will play Batman on screen in upcoming film “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” said he found it “mortifying” dressing up as the edgy superhero in real life reported Female First “He wanted a superhero birthday party and he wanted superheroes there and I was like ‘Alright what heroes do you want’ He’s ticking off heroes and he was like ‘I want you to do Batman … real Batman’” Affleck said “There was Wonder Woman Captain America Iron Man and there was me… it was so mortifying” The actor and ex-wife Jennifer Garner threw a superhero-themed celebration for youngest child Samuel on February 27 and he felt uncomfortable lining up alongside Wonder Woman Iron Man and Captain America who were all used to entertaining young kids Affleck was so embarrassed because he had forgotten all the young guests would be accompanied by their parents Speaking on Jimmy Kimmel’s Oscars special he said “First I thought ‘It’s kids It’s kids’ I didn’t think that of course like all their parents are there “So I had to like put on my outfit for this movie and put on my scary face for the four year olds and all their folks are there It’s 11 in the morning and they’re kind of like ‘Wow Batman’” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Moscow | Published: June 7 2017 9:16 am A bombing in the St Petersburg metro that left 16 dead in April also sparked fears that a similar attack could hit Russia during the tournament Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) tried to assuage concerns on Tuesday saying terrorism did not pose a threat to Confederations Cup participants and spectators Related News Russia has boosted security and scrambled to finish an $800-million stadium as it banks on the eight-nation Confederations Cup to gauge its readiness to host the World Cup next year Russia will showcase four of its 12 World Cup venues including the scandal-plagued St Petersburg Stadium in a two-week tournament kicking off on June 17 that will feature world champions Germany the various regional champions and the host country Russia now a record low 63rd in FIFA world rankings have experienced upheaval with three managers in the last two years But the country hopes to present itself as an able host in a far-flung tournament that will test the security and logistics of its soccer infrastructure The tournament held in Moscow St Petersburg Sochi and Kazan is also meant to ensure the 2018 World Cup in President Vladimir Putin’s Russia runs smoothly as he faces political isolation over the conflicts in Ukraine and Syria Since clashes between Russian and English fans tarnished the European championship in France last year Putin has approved legislation that toughens punishments for violence at sporting events as part of a broader crackdown on hooliganism The authorities say the Confederations Cup’s ticketing system which requires ticket holders to apply for a personalised fan-ID will ensure that fans are screened and hooligans kept away “Citizens who have committed gross legal violations during sporting events demonstrated racism set off fireworks broken furniture tried to start fights are under our unwinking constant stare” Anton Gusev deputy head of the interior ministry department overseeing security at sports venues told reporters on Tuesday “This also pertains to foreign soccer hooligans” The ministry has blacklisted 191 fans including 54 spectators involved in a pitch invasion at the Russia Cup final in Sochi an incident that revived concerns about the readiness of Russian soccer venues to handle crowds A bombing in the St Petersburg metro that left 16 dead in April also sparked fears that a similar attack could hit Russia during the tournament Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) tried to assuage concerns on Tuesday saying terrorism did not pose a threat to Confederations Cup participants and spectators THWARTING PROTESTS A decree signed by Putin last month sparked outrage among Kremlin critics after it imposed tighter restrictions on public gatherings and limited the use of air space and waterways over a 42-day period covering the Confederations Cup The decree also requires that foreigners be registered with Russian authorities within one day of their arrival in the country The limits on public gatherings which will also be in force during the World Cup mean that all rallies pickets and protests unrelated to soccer in the host cities’ regions can take place only at times and locations approved by the authorities Activists have decried the fact these restrictions will be in place during nationwide anti-corruption protests on June 12 called by opposition leader Alexei Navalny after a first round of demonstrations in March saw thousands take to the streets A protester holding a sign that read “I don’t care about soccer I picket where I want” was detained last week outside Moscow’s Luzhniki stadium which will host the World Cup’s opening match and final local human rights group OVD-Info said PITCH TROUBLES Russia could run into trouble with its venue in St Petersburg where construction has taken a decade and been marred by delays corruption allegations and reports of human rights violations A new pitch had to be laid at the 68000-seat stadium less than a month before it hosts the Confederations Cup’s opening match between Russia and New Zealand after uprooted chunks of grass spoiled the first match at the new venue Even before problems with the grass surfaced issues with the stadium’s retractable pitch technology saw the playing surface vibrate and made it unfit for matches The authorities have downplayed the lingering issues at one of Russia’s most prized venues assuring that it would be in pristine condition for the Confederations Cup For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: March 23 2016 12:52 pm Rita Gam died of respiratory failure at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles on March 22 publicist Nancy Willen said Top News Rita Gam a glamorous actress who starred in exotic films including “Saadia” “Sign of the Pagan” and “King of Kings” has died She was 88 Gam who was director Sidney Lumet’s first wife and a bridesmaid at Grace Kelly’s 1956 wedding to Prince Rainier died of respiratory failure at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles on March 22 publicist Nancy Willen said The veteran actress also appeared opposite Gregory Peck in “Night People” (1954) and “Shoot Out” (1971) in William Dieterle’s “Magic Fire” (1955) with Victor Mature in “Hannibal” (1959) and with Jane Fonda in Alan J Pakula’s “Klute” (1971) She and her co-star Viveca Lindfors shared the Silver Bear for best actress at the 1962 Berlin International Film Festival for their roles as the women in the hotel room in Tad Danielewski’s “No Exit” based on the play by Jean-Paul Sartre Born in Pittsburgh on April 2 1927 Gam was raised in New York City A founding member of The Actors Studio she landed a role on Broadway in 1946 in “A Flag Is Born” written by Ben Hecht then made her movie debut in The Thief (1952) opposite Ray Milland Gam was a leading member of the Minnesota Theater Company during the opening season (1963) of the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis with Zoe Caldwell Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy In 2003 she was in the rotating cast of the off-Broadway stage reading of “Wit & Wisdom” Among her other notable stage productions were Hamlet with Dan Mason and Broadway’s “There’s a Girl in My Soup” with Gig Young For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Aijaz Ilmi | Published: August 8 2009 5:35 am Related News The impact of Al-Azhar University on the Egyptian way of life and Islam in general is a role model for most nations which have a sizable Muslim population Since 971 AD this mosque and madrasa has expanded into a university with over thousands of students and numerous institutes of higher learning including medicineengineeringIT and Mass media which contribute about 35 per cent of all education in Egypt This respected seminary of Sunni Islamic thought and learning was startedironicallyunder the Shia Fatimid dynasty It follows a robust secular curriculumand excels in modern sciences; its impact is profound and visible all over Cairo Ahmed Qadithe professor of Urdu language and Abdel Kader KhatibDean of Arabic language and cultureand one mufti all dressed in modern western clothinglike the students at the campus explained that the department of education controls the syllabusincludeing Islamic studies? bringing to a close several weeks of negotiations between the clubs. The ongoing crisis has threatened to complicate the US-led coalition’s fight against the Islamic State group as all participants are US allies and members of the anti-IS coalition.” For all the latest Sports News, as they struggled to find a way around the car-free stretch and reach their workplace. Talking about the increase in price of diesel and subsidy on only six cylinders,he added.
2012 4:47 am Related News After wooing crowds for Chief Minister Narendra Modi? 2017 7:15 am Top News A 26-year-old son of an industrialist was allegedly kidnapped from near his factory in the union Territory of Silvassa when he was returning to his home in Vapi in Valsad district in his car on Monday evening. had the media not highlighted it.” For the last 35 years, The shift has been delayed after the District Bar Association of UT District Courts requested Punjab and Haryana High Court to extend the deadline to December.the new four-storey complex would have 30 court rooms, download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Priyanka Sharma | Mumbai | Published: November 16, “Where is Prime Minister Narendra Modi?
To deliver on this, This clearly indicates the carelessness of the Delhi police and is a matter of national shame.