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those suspended included S-I Ram Awadh Ram and nine constables ?but the connection to this writer was established and he was ?indicted beyond redemption? Prime Minister Vajpayee was persuaded to accept his resignation only four days later Fernandes wanted to explain the truth to the nation He went to Doordarshan and gave a detailed statement of the facts pertaining to the deals mentioned in the so-called expose Questions were immediately raised on how the minister (now former) was allowed to use Doordarshan Later came 9/11 The security of this region became tricky and Fernandes was asked to resume his job Then the coffin/ casket attack took place Despite a pile of official papers being presented to the media demonstrating that Fernandes had nothing to do with itneither the media nor the Congress were satisfied EventuallyFernandes decisions were found to be without flaw Howeverthis writer has a case foisted on her No complaints; that comes with the territory we have created for ourselves When the NDA asked the commission dealing with the Tehelka issue to examine how the tapes were made and journalistic investigation conductedthe journalists concerned walked out of the commission TodayKhurshid wants India Today to be investigated along with his trustsince he says they have misrepresented facts Allegations in a democracy do not mean one-sided truths and inquiries It does not mean journalists playing politics and it means that if people are to be presumed innocent unless proven guiltythey must be given an opportunity to provide the evidence before dragging their name through mud and to courtrooms as semi-convicts Watching Khurshid and his wife defend the integrity of the trust serving the handicapped and watching a media ready to condemn them irrespective of what they were trying to say was déjà vu The Congress can thank themselves for this The writer is a former president of the Samata Party For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: May 29 2010 10:32 am Related News Pop star Lady GaGa’s emotions got the better of her during a recent performance where she broke down on stage while singing a number dedicated to her ill grandfather The 24-year-old singerknown for her eccentric style and risque performancesdedicated the song ‘Brown Eyes’ to her grandfather during the London show of her hit ‘Monster Ball’ world tour “If we all sing loud enoughmaybe he can hear us” said the singer and half way through the song she had to pause to wipe away her tearsreported Daily Mail online And while the rare moment was not captured on camerafans and reviewers were stunned to see her softer side But it was not long before she was back in the normal swing of thingsbathing in an angel fountain spouting blood and playing the piano with her feet The show was controversial for reasons other than her shocking flame-thrower costumes and daring onstage antics Tickets are double the cost of the first legbetween USD 75 and USD 100 a poprather than the initial dates which cost USD 50 Promoters said the singer had scrapped the original stagingseen in the USfor a huge production with bigger staging and better costumes “What was a small arena/theatre production is now a massivefirst rate arena production” Arthur Fogelchairman for Live Nation said earlier this year During the world tourGaga has suffered a series of health scares And she revealed she has been tested for the potentially fatal disease lupus The ‘Paparazzi’ hitmakerwho collapsed on stage while touring in Japan earlier this yearhad said that her aunt died from the connective tissue disease For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsFewer family visas approved as Trump toughens vetting of immigrants: Reuters review | Reuters Fwire Reuters Jan 04 2018 16:56:19 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Jan 04 2018 16:56 PM | Updated Date: Jan 04 2018 16:56 PM Tags : #Reuters Also See Published: September 7 2016 5:02 pm According to Charles Musselwhite from Swansea University in the UK as the population is ageing older people are relatively safe compared to other age groups (Representational Image) Top News Contrary to popular belief older drivers are not more dangerous behind the wheel than younger motorists according to a new UK study Researchers said that older drivers are not actually dangerous and that testing them will not make the roads any safer According to Charles Musselwhite from Swansea University in the UK as the population is ageing older people are relatively safe compared to other age groups A review of countries with stricter tests for older drivers shows little difference in collision rates for older drivers suggesting it makes little long term difference to driver behaviour he said “My research suggests that while people think older people are dangerous on the road – they are not People also think testing old people will make the roads safer – it won’t” Musselwhite said The research also found that alternatives to driving must be improved to safeguard older people who are forced to give up driving as this lifestyle change is associated with a huge deterioration in health and wellbeing including depression feelings of stress and isolation Giving up driving may also be linked to speeding up death he said The pedestrian environment can be unsafe for older people as badly maintained pavements or those poorly looked after in icy or slippery conditions can reduce the ability for older people to get out and about Also road crossings are not designed with older people in mind as they do not allow enough time to cross Musselwhite looked at statistics that suggest that older people are more likely to be killed or seriously injured in road incidents Research into fragility and frailty could provide an explanation for these increases as older people are more likely to be a casualty of their collision because of their susceptibility to injury He also challenges interpretations which suggest that older people are more likely to be at fault than younger drivers when turning right across traffic “My research suggests that older people don’t make these driving errors if they feel under no pressure from other drivers” Musselwhite said “Real or imagined pressure makes older people make these errors and given time to think properly then errors are reduced “The solution to this and also any cognitive changes associated with ageing including changes in working memory attention and cognitive overload is to drive slower and at certain times of day” he said It is possible that technology such as driverless cars could have a role in helping to make a smoother transition to giving up driving Musselwhite added For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Oneida | Updated: July 8 2017 4:45 pm Aditi Ashok produced five birdies in the back-nine to be four-under through 12 holes (Source: USA Today Sports) Top News Indian golfer Aditi Ashok produced five birdies in the back-nine to be four-under through 12 holes when play was stopped on account of inclement weather and fading light at the Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic here Aditi who shot two-under 70 on first day is now six- under and moved up from Tied-58th to Tied-24th with six more holes to go Playing alongside one of the legends of the game Karrie Webb who won her first Major the Women’s British Open in 1995 long before Aditi was born the Indian 19-year-old held her own as she started from the 10th She ran up four straight birdies from 12th to the 15th and added another on 17th A dropped shot on first one her second nine saw her at four-under for the day and six-under for the tournament Karrie Webb is on the cut line at three-under for the tournament She is even par for 11 holes in second round and is on the green on 12th with a crucial putt Australia’s Katherine Kirk leads the field at -13 after the morning wave of players with an impressive round of eight-under 63 The veteran of 13 years on LPGA Kirk is seeking her third career LPGA title Three birdies and a bogey on the front nine turned out to be just a foothold for an even more impressive back nine Kirk picked up a further five birdies and an eagle to get around the second nine in just 29 strokes and finish 36 holes at 13 three shots ahead of her current nearest competitors Jaye Marie Green (68-66) tops the American’s fighting to become the first name on the Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic trophy Also at 10-under is Sandra Gal who is four-under for second round with five more holes to play For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: ANI | New Delhi | Updated: January 9 2017 4:38 pm Bigg Boss 10’s ex-contestant the self proclaimed godman Swami Om has claimed that the show’s host Salman Khan is ‘pleading’ him to come back on the show Related News It seems that the disgusting antics of Om Swami are here to stay In a series of shocking statements given to ANI after being thrown out from Bigg Boss 10 the self-proclaimed godman has claimed that the show’s host and the Dabangg Khan of Bollywood ‘pleading’ with him to come back on the show “In the past 10 seasons this one in particular had the highest TRP till the time I was in the house The TRP is zero now Hence Salman Khan and the makers are now calling me to come back as a wild card entry” he said Adding his condition Swami said “I have told them I will come only on one condition Salman should rub his nose on my feet at the press conference that I’m holding on January 10 at the Press Club of India here and apologise to me” WATCH VIDEO |Bigg Boss 10 January 7 Review: OK Jaanu Actors Have Fun With Salman Khan And Contestants Contradicting his statement the very next moment Om Swami went overboard when he threatened he will not let the finale to happen if he’s not called back and that he would go and beat the ‘Sultan’ on stage on the day of the finale Also read |Swami Om threatens to sabotage Bigg Boss 10 finale wants to become ‘greatest villain’ ofHollywood “Since Salman is a traitor I will take one lakh people with me on January 28 and beat him black and blue on stage I will not kill him because I want to torture him” he told ANI For the unversed during the captaincy task this week Swami threw his urine on co-contestant BJ and Rohan Mehra and as a result he was immediately put behind the bars by other contestants Later on Friday he was thrown out of the Bigg Boss house by the show’s security guard For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: January 11 2017 7:34 pm Vicky Kaushal prepping up for Sanjay Dutt’s biopic Top News Actor Vicky Kaushal says he is excited to be a part of the forthcoming biopic on Sanjay Dutt as he will get to learn a lot while working on the project The Rajkumar Hirani-directed film features Ranbir Kapoor as Dutt There were reports that the “Masaan” actor will play the role of Dutt’s close friend in the biopic When asked about the same Vicky told reporters “It’s too early to talk about it so I won’t be able to say much But I am very excited It’s your dream to work with certain people and learn from them Finally I am getting an opportunity I am very happy” The actor was speaking at a special screening of “Haraamkhor” held here last night Meanwhile Vicky has started shooting for his next producer Ronnie Screwvala’s upcoming venture The romantic-comedy marks Ronnie’s return to film production after a gap of two years and has been helmed by Anand Tiwari Also read |Kalki Koechlin and Vicky Kaushal laud Nawazuddin Siddiqui-starrer Haraamkhor There were reports that Ranbir will be seen making a special appearance in the film When asked about this Vicky said “I have heard about it too The film is being shot so it’s too early for me to say who has a cameo in it who doesn’t” More from the world of Entertainment: Talking about Haraamkhor the actor said “To some extent I am also part of the journey of this film Shlok (Sharma) Nawaz bhai Shweta are all my close friends I am aware of all the hardships the film had to face Ultimately the film is going to release I feel very happy for the entire team” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Panaji | Updated: November 24 2016 3:51 pm Tannishtha Chatterjee says there is a huge onus she feels for herself as an artiste while choosing roles as they can form stereotypes easily Related News Tannishtha Chatterjee says even though she has done meaningful cinema which aims to bring about a change she is still an artiste and not an “activist” “I feel I am an artiste not an activist I am part of different stories through different films and the roles that I play But I try and bring about a slight change because we grow up with stories which remain in our mind” Tannishtha told PTI The actor says there is a huge onus she feels for herself as an artiste while choosing roles as they can form stereotypes easily “If we keep hearing stories about a macho man killing people all around right from the childhood we think that’s what men should do If we hear different stories about men and women we won’t have stereotypes in our minds As an artiste that’s the only job that I have” Her last Bollywood film “Parched” saw Ajay Devgn backing the movie but Tannishtha says for her it was not an opportunity to get into the mainstream film industry “I don’t think doing ‘Parched’ for me was about helping me get into mainstream Bollywood I feel we did the film because we believed in the story Since Ajay Devgn produced it it was easier for us to promote the film More from the world of Entertainment: “It has nothing to do with me as an individual wanting to make it in the mainstream genre but the collective idea of the film and what it was talking about” Directed by Leena Yadav the film also starred Radhika Apte and Surveen Chawla “Parched” traced the tale of four women who struggle with their individual boundaries to face their demons and stage their own personal war Citing the example of the Marathi blockbuster “Sairat” the 36-year-old actress says cinema shouldn’t be “preachy” but rather subtle on what it wants to convey to the audience “We shouldn’t ‘teach’ our audience that’s also dumbing down We should just create characters which break stereotypes like ‘Sairat’ did There was not a single speech which said honour killing is bad or caste system is bad “It just told a story and broke stereotypes in the way gender was portrayed there the male character was not a hero who fought goons He was in touch with his feminine side and you love those characters The moment you start preaching people will run away” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News and we want political parties to promise that ecological farming will get a huge thrust. Just how much more Boone Isaacs can do to promote diversity at the academy," said the 46-year-old Spaniard. The Germans have already scored 20 goals in qualifying,s historic outreach to Bangladesh. on sharing the Teesta waters and the land boundary settlement ? Aspirants for a Congress ticket from Uttar Pradesh do not bother with the stalwarts from their state in the Delhi office.

both our votes went to the UPA candidate. who announced the correct winner. in addition to a fine. woman can’t” culture. the Americans are liberal on the outside but sexually conservative in reality — while we Indians may be just the opposite.three choppers and one handkerchief from the crime scene. United States coach Jill Ellis made several other changes to her starting lineup, “We felt the same way we felt after the evaluation commission came to visit us — that we had accomplished what we had set to accomplish,vehicles other than the self-driven ones shall be allowed to drop customers to the place of their destination but they shall not be allowed to park vehicles except wherever permitted under our orders? The orders have come as a big relief for the shopkeepers and commercial establishments whose business was suffering because of no parking Self-driven vehicles who wish to visit small level commercial establishments for 10-15 minutesshall also be permitted to take their vehicle and park temporarily but not beyond 15 minutes for which separate token be issued to them? ACP Dilip Gore.

I am very happy to be a part of this film, I’m not saying that I will come to politics (smiles). I know every year lots of my beloved fans come to see me on my birthday. Meanwhile, For all the latest Pune News,5 acres will be eligible for pension of Rs 300 a month.as against India? Watch video “At Shochiku, Related News Director Imtiaz Ali is collaborating with Japan’s entertainment conglomerate Shochiku to produce a cross-culture romance in Hindi, Alex Hales.

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