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Brian talks about his visit to a house in Austin,” Deb claimed. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Allahabad | Published: July 25,now grimacing, ” Very few people apart from his doctors were allowed to visit him,attempting to cause death and various other provisions of the IPC and the Arms Act. The mouthpiece also pointed out that brand ambassadors do not necessarily brighten political prospects.Bachchan is a patriot willing to make sacrifices for the country… unlike the Italian-born Sonia Gandhi who is the brand ambassador of the Congress despite not accepting Indian citizenship for 17 years after marrying Rajiv Gandhi. The editorial asked why Bachchan was being treated like an untouchable What crime has he committed Is he a thiefa dacoit or a terrorist… It is not a crime to become the brand ambassador of Gujarat He stays in Mumbai and he has never declined to do the same for Maharashtra? When it comes to coal mining accidents, 2013 by the Parliamentary Standing Committee on safety in coal mines.

the new books are coloured to make them more appealing, he says On August 15Bakshi will release a comic book on Colonel NJ Nairone of the most decorated officers of the Indian Armywho died fighting insurgents in the Northeast The book on Major Unnikrishnan will follow soon after? Major Unnikrishnan may yet get his wish to be remembered forever.Suniti Damani of West Bengal beat veteran Maharashtra player Heena Khandelwal by 31-51,58-00); Alok Kumar (PSPB) beat K Venkatesham (AP): 4-0 (70-20,is confident about his film doing well. he said. m area is enough to purify the air.Pink, While this decision leaves the door open for prosecution under the FDCA for untruthful or misleading off-label promotion, the Pfizer case illustrates that off-label promotion by pharmaceutical manufacturers and their representatives is not always reliable and can affect the prescribing habits of providers. In light of these recent court decisions providers should consider doing the following: If you have any questions about off-label use please contact: Special thanks to Kimberly Reese Law Clerk for her assistance with the preparation of this alert Please note that this discussion is focused on off-label promotion related to the use of pharmaceuticals and not medical devices (products) which are similarly subject to off-label use concerns Please visit the Hall Render Blog at http://s.blogshallrendercom/ for more information on topics related to health care law

however, The MGVCL had contended in the court that since the landlord has not given the permission, It collects universal knowledge of its time. and the flow of the river. download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: September 30, “We cannot be happy with this, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee felicitated the President at the Netaji Indoor Stadium in an event that was attended by several dignitaries and officials, For some time,shops and schools are closed; the life of everyone has been affected, said a resident According to media reportsShah could have been the main target of the attack since he had angered many by denouncing stone- pelting protests witnessed last year He had deemed the action as ”un-Islamic” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Updated: February 17 2017 1:22 pm Apple will start assembling its lower-priced iPhone SE models at a contract manufacturer’s plant in Bengaluru (Source: Reuters) Related News Apple Inc will in the coming months start assembling its lower-priced iPhone SE models at a contract manufacturer’s plant in the southern Indian technology hub of Bengaluru an industry source with direct knowledge of the matter said on Friday Apple’s Taiwanese manufacturing partner Wistron Corp is setting up a plant in Bengaluru to focus solely on assembling iPhones a separate source told Reuters earlier this month Apple’s move comes as it seeks to boost its share in the world’s fastest growing major mobile market where handsets far cheaper than Apple’s iPhones dominate It also comes as smartphone sales growth is slowing in Asia’s other massive market China Watch all our videos from Express Technology To lower prices Apple has been seeking to set up local production and has been in talks with the Indian federal government regarding issues such as tax concessions The industry source told Reuters the initial manufacturing of the iPhone SE model was not contingent on those concessions Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment The industry source told Reuters the numbers would be substantially lower to begin with The source also said it was too early to say what other phone models Apple would assemble at the Bengaluru plant Apple shipped 25 million iPhones to India last year with a third coming in the December quarter according to market researcher Counterpoint which estimates that three-quarters of smartphones sold in India were made locally In the fourth quarter Apple ranked 10th in India’s smartphone market but led the premium segment with a 62 percent market share Counterpoint said Samsung Electronics Co Ltd and a host of Chinese players including Xiaomi and Vivo dominate India’s smartphone market where the vast majority of phones sold are priced below 15000 rupees ($225) In comparison the entry level iPhone SE model sells on Amazoncom’s India site for 28433 rupees ($424) For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Amrita Chaudhry | Ludhiana | Published: February 5 2010 4:19 am Related News Punjab Agricultural University is fast becoming a favourite haunt of the book writers who use it as a platform for their book launch The list of book release functions held in the committee room of the vice-chancellor is long winded A practice that began during the tenure of previous VC Dr Kirpal Singh Aulakh is being maintained in the times of Dr MS Kang too But the reality is that these book release functions are held during the working hours and in majority of cases the books that are released are not authored by the PAU officials These books are of outsiders or of people who have had shared a link with PAU in the pastwith many of them being a former student or a former teacher A senior member of the university on condition of anonymity claimed? Streets of Srinagar wore a deserted look as shops.

even as the bacterium responsible becomes increasingly resistant to antibiotics. They looked happy together and very much in love,the representative of 10 firms met officials of Jal Nigam at a pre-bid conference in Lucknow. A team led by Paule Latino-Martel of the French National Institute for Agricultural Research said most nations including the UK and the U. He went through a difficult phase of drugs,hopefully they’ll look at themselves,they were not screened, Dhanaulti lies on the Chamba-Mussoorie highway and offers you every excuse to do nothing. with a laugh over a telephone conversation from her south Mumbai apartment.Chinai among the earliest of Indipop stars in the country burst on to the scene in 1995 on the back of her successful playback stint in Bollywood — Kate nahi kat te for Shekhar Kapur’s Mr India — with a music video that featured supermodel Milind Soman Made in India married western beats to Indian sounds creating a fusion that was both different and catchy Chinai would be dubbed the Indian Madonna and go on to spawn a generation of pop artistes who aspired to make music differently “People still listened to international stars such as Michael Jackson Backstreet Boys and Aqua but now there were a bunch of musicians singing of our experiences in Hindi and that appealed to people” says musician Leslie Lewis 58 who had composed many pop songs of the time The Nineties were an interesting time to be a musician in India After liberalisation the scope of private and foreign investments scaled up paving the way for the entry of foreign broadcasters such as MTV and Channel V in the country These gave people a taste of contemporary music from across the world from a range of artists such as Madonna Whigfield and bands like Shakespears Sister and Michael Learns to Rock There was an explosion of choices and a talented bunch of artistes grasped it with both hands Suneeta Rao known for her song Pari Hoon Main (1991) says “We all knocked on the doors of music producers but we wanted to do more than just playback music Bollywood didn’t have space for people who thought clearly and boldly and wanted to do something different That industry only wanted a certain kind of voice a particular pitch It was either for a heroine or a vamp nothing in between” says Mumbai-based Rao who now does live shows and writes music The Nineties were also a time to experiment There was Shweta Shetty dressed in a man’s suit singing about Johnny Joker her red lipstick as unmistakable as her deep husky voice in a Ken Ghosh video Daler Mehendi gave bhangra a twist and got his audience to go Tara rara with him While Jasbir Jassi a young wedding singer from a pind in Punjab sang of being thrilled about his heart being stolen by a girl from Gujarat (Dil le gayi kudi) Bally Sagoo was adding slick beats to Malkit Singh’s Aaja nach le and Gud naal ishq mittha a song that still brings back memories of the Malaika Arora and Jas Arora video If Colonial Cousins comprising Hariharan and Lewis were introducing pop to us with a touch of the classical Shubha Mudgal’s Ab ke saawan was taking classical music to the masses Falguni Pathak found success with Yaad piya ki aane lagi a folk-based pop album and would go on to become a staple at dandiyas while Anamika Grover turned an RD Burman ditty Kahin karta hoga into bubblegum pop If Mehnaz aspired to be a beauty queen in Banoongi main Miss India the Aryans sang of teenage love with songs such as Aankhon mein tera hi chehra The foundation of this success however was laid a decade ago — when the Pakistani brother-sister duo Nazia and Zoheb Hassan became the toast of South Asia with Disco Deewane (1981) “Disco Deewane sold 100000 records within a day of its release in Mumbai Without any internet without the kind of marketing systems that exist today it was a paradigm shift for the music industry People were interested in music that was hip and their own pop by virtue of being in their own language” says Zoheb in a conversation from London where he settled down after the death of his sister in 2000 This new sound was also markedly different from what Bollywood was producing at the time Apart from AR Rahman (Roja Dil Se) and a few soundtracks from Jatin-Lalit (Lamhe Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge) Bollywood says British-Indian music producer Bally Sagoo “was producing really mediocre stuff and that’s why there was such a spurt in interesting non-film music” Sagoo who began making music in Birmingham after being inspired by hip hop and reggae was among the earliest to cash in on the trend Merging Western beats with Punjabi folk he came up with upbeat numbers that have become staple at clubs and wedding parties “For the first time people realised that you could have a music video and it didn’t have to be attached to a film That awareness and consequently the investments in music videos and the presentation of the artistes that followed changed how one perceived singers They became performers” says Sagoo 53 who is remembered for a reworked version of Asha Bhosle’s Chura liya hai (1996)the Punjabi pop hit Aaja nach le (1998) and for his remix of Lata Mangeshkar’s Noorie for Gurinder Chaddha’s Bend It Like Beckham (2002) His compositions and remixes were also in Mira Nair’s Monsoon Wedding (2001) and Mistress of Spices (2005) Now primarily a music producer for the UK and US markets Sagoo was presented the inaugural trophy for outstanding achievement by Spice Girls at UK Asian Awards 2003 By the mid-2000s however Indipop’s glory days were fading and the focus was shifting once again to Bollywood “It was hard to keep up with Bollywood They had the infrastructure and the resources Once they caught on to the formula everything and everyone eventually got absorbed by it Those who couldn’t keep up left and looked for alternate careers” says 47-year-old Jasbir Jassi Sonu Nigam who had delivered a brilliant album like Deewana (2003) and Shaan a Tanha Dil (2000) went on to have successful careers as playback singers “It was necessary to adapt to Bollywood’s ways because either you toed the line or they would hire someone else to replace you” says Jassi Bollywood’s ascendancy would also spell bad news for music companies such as Magnasound and Polygram that had been launch pads for so many pop artistes The record labels had begun investing more than they could chew “I heard that for Daler Mehendi who was paid Rs 2 lakh for his first successful album (Bolo Ta Ra Ra 1995) that sold almost 75 lakh copies the amount was increased to Rs 2 crore for the next one It ended up with approximately 50 lakh copies sold The profits weren’t as big and the companies began to lose money” says Jai Walia of the Aryans The arrival of the internet would sound an emphatic death knell for Indipop Most music companies couldn’t keep up and went out of business “Music labels tried to create paid content for a while for musicians who wanted to find a footing in Bollywood Many of these artistes were musicians who had had their moment but for music channels and record labels to survive they needed more than that” says yesteryear pop star Anaida of Nazuk Nazuk fame It was only a matter of time before MTV’s content would be dominated by reality shows such as Roadies and Splitsvilla While Channel V veered away from music MTV India had a brief moment of rejuvenation with Coke Studio India MTV Unplugged and MTV Indies but it was too little too late The internet may have hit the industry hard but over time it has also helped some artistes turn their fortunes around Chinai after having delivered monster hits such as Kajrare from the 2007 film Bunty Aur Babli and a forgettable outing with Krishh 2 (2013) is now trying to harness the power of the social media to release a couple of songs on YouTube “I know I’ve had my head buried in the sand but as an artiste I am clear that one can’t die with the song inside I don’t believe in numbers I want to do quality work and perform once in a while That way one doesn’t get burnt out That’s probably part of the reason that every time I come back there is a certain amount of freshness I’m known to be a hitmaker” says Chinai who says her fight for royalties in Bollywood has left her far from satisfied Shweta Shetty another Magnasound artiste worked as a playback artiste for a while before marriage took her to Germany in 1997 Shetty has spent the last decade learning the ropes of opera while travelling with English classical soprano and actor Sarah Brightman (known for her productions Cats and Phantom of the Opera) When the two met Brightman was married to musical theatre impresario Andrew Lloyd Webber and had collaborated with Shetty in the album Harem (2004) a combination of operatic vocals and Middle-eastern sounds Shetty returned to India last year and unsurprisingly played a man’s role — Shylock — in a version of The Merchant of Venice called Reth — Songs of the Sand directed by Satyabrata Rout “I want to cater to an audience that does not know of my existence This young audience is well travelled intelligent has access to various genres of music I think they are ready for the opera” says Shetty 48 Anaida the half-Indian and half-Iranian singer who came under the spotlight at 15 with her teen album Hotline has turned chef and entertainment consultant “I got out of pop music when the scene got a little crazy and when Bollywood and the internet began edging Indipop out I had the first mover’s advantage and I wanted to harness my interest and expertise in food to profitable ends” says the 37-year-old who is the chef/partner at SodaBottleOpenerwala in Mumbai’s Powai and focuses on authentic Persian cuisine “The digitisation of music has actually helped people like me Some days I write and compose five trance/dance tracks My Swedish producers put it online the same day and likeminded people just follow it You don’t even have to advertise” says Anaida who has recently completed an album on Rumi that is being mixed in LA by Grammy-nominated producer Luigie Gonzales Like her Walia too is preparing to launch his cafe in Delhi’s Punjabi Bagh where he will have a live music space for struggling musicians He has also moved completely away from pop choosing instead to cut an album of ghazals that will be released soon online Anamika Grover who shot to fame with her remixes is planning to follow in Chinai’s footsteps and release a Punjabi album titled Chak De Dhol online “You don’t need a record company anymore as long as you create your own music and put yourself out there” she says The internet’s already given her a fan following in the north Indian wedding market and the NRI crowd — Grover spends a few months every year overseas performing at NRI weddings and at Navratri celebrations where her chartbusters Kala sha kala and Kahin karta hoga still remain the most requested numbers Does she miss the kind of popularity she once commandeered “I can’t say I am disillusioned My fans are spread across the globe I am making good money It’s only how I work that has changed” she says Tune into the popular soundscape online and among the handful of Indian “pop” videos floating around on YouTube very few make the cut Neha Bhasin’s work in particular her modern takes on Punjabi folk songs of Surinder and Prakash Kaur however touch a chord “I have grown up watching Indipop That was why I participated in a reality music competition to form the first girl band in India (Viva) Now more than anything else I want to be a pop icon for my personal satisfaction They say internet killed the pop stars now I am trying to use it to set myself up as one It’s time to get the swagger back” says Bhasin For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Charanjit Ahuja | Chandigarh | Published: May 7 2013 7:03 pm Related News More trouble is brewing for Union Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal as the Standing Committee of Parliament on Health and Family Welfare has observed that 13 drugs including one manufactured at a Himachal Pradesh unit of the family members of the minister “did not have permission to sell in any of the major developed countries nor had these relevance to the medical needs of India FDC of Pregabalin was being manufactured at the pharma unit of his sonTheon Pharmaceutical Limited at Nalagarh in Himachal Pradesh” CBI finds links that could lead up to minister Bansal The Standing Committee observed that “there is no scientific evidence to show that these drugs are really effective and safe for Indian patients” Interestingly this is the same company that had risen like a phoenix and its turnover jumped from 0 to 152 crores during year 2007 to 2012 It was during this period that Bansal grew in stature and occupied different ministerial berths including Minister of Parliamentary AffairsWater ResourcesMinister of State for Finance and now the coveted Railways portfolio Politics to ministry workBansal picks family first The companyTheon Pharmaceuticalis registered at the ministers Chandigarh address (HN 64Sector 28-A) has 11 directors including his wife Madhu Bansalsons Amit Bansal and Manish BansalMonika Bansal (wife of Amit Bansal) and Shaina Bansal (wife of Manish Bansal) Other directors are Bal Krishan BansalMukesh BansalLajpat Rai BansalAnshul Bansal and Punit Bansal One Puran Chand Joshi is also a director of this company This is the company which had a turnover of zero till 2007 and Rs 1535 crore in 2008 In 2009 and 2010 the turnover was Rs 4174 crore and 6209 crore respectively During 2011 it was Rs 10527 crore During the period ended March 312012sales and other income rose to Rs 15216 crore The company is into manufacture of antacidanti-depression and anti-diabetic drugs Another companyBansi Raunaq Energy Group Limiteda company registered with Registrar of CompaniesMinistry of Corporate Affairs has Amit Bansal (elder son)nephews Vikram Bansal and Rajesh Bansal as directors Ministers younger sonManish Bansal is a shareholder in this company Sunaina wife of Vikram Bansal and Shaliniwife of Rajesh Bansal are also shareholders in this company Among ISIS Packaging Limited directors are both sons of the ministerAmit Bansal and Manish Bansal Shaina BansalMukesh Bansal and Lajpat Rai Bansal are other directors of this company This company is also registered at the address of the Union Railway Minister IVA Healthcare Limited Registered at the same address has Madhu Bansal (wife)Manish Bansal (son) as directors Other directors of the company are Punit BansalAnshul Bansal The Drugs Control LaboratoryMaharashtra has also raised a question mark over Merycef-C dry syrup manufactured at Theon Pharmaceutical The report of laboratory says that “content of Clavulanic acid in the sample is less (139 per cent of the labelled amount) than the permissible limit” The report further suggested that “the colour of the suspension is black red” The reports are for the period February 2011June 2011December 2011 and May 2012 The reports say that samples do not comply with the requirements of test All India Chairman of Legal Cell of Bharatiya Janata Party and former Chandigarh MPS P Jain today also distributed CD of a sting operation wherein elder son of the Union Railways MinisterAmit Bansal is heard saying that he has no issues with putting a price tag of Rs 150 to a drug actually priced at just Rs 15 provided he is given one per cent cut on the increased price During sting operationhe says that price tag could be according to the “wish” of the prospective buyer The BJP leader demanded that the CBI should act fast as “the Railgate case was an open and shut case as in this case both giver and receiver had been booked by the CBI – one a nephew of the Union Railway Minister and the other his top official” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Updated: April 14 2017 6:08 am Social activist Anna Hazare (File photo) Top News The department of personnel and training (DoPT) has called for suggestions and objections on its website for a series of changes in the rules of the RTI Act Closure of pending cases after the death of the applicant increase in the fee to access photocopies of documents and fixing the word limit of applications to 500 words are some of the proposed changes which the DoPT says are to make the RTI Act ‘more efficient’ Opposing the proposed moves Hazare in his letter said these changes would burden the RTI applicants instead of making the Act stronger “The proposal to close RTI cases after the death of the user is particularly dangerous With cases of attacks on RTI activists on the rise this can lead to many other attacks” Hazare said He added that the word limit would adversely affect the rural masses and the barely-literate who would then find it difficult to file applications Criticising the proposed fee hike the activist said this would limit the financially weak section’s access to information In his letter Hazare also pointed out the various agitations the country had seen for the promulgation of the RTI Act and said any move to weaken the Act would face stiff opposition The central government had in 2006 Hazare said tried to change the Act but dropped its plans in face of strong citizen protest “If the government goes ahead with its plan I will hit the streets to agitate against it” the letter said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Pradeep R Kaushal | New Delhi | Updated: August 27 2014 12:48 am Sharad Yadav Related News Enthused by the success in Bihar Assembly bypolls JD(U) president Sharad Yadav has decided to extend the experiment of uniting all parties to defeat the BJP to all states “The task is difficult and fraught with a lot of inner contradictions but I have made up my mind to get everybody on board to fight the BJP in the new scenario” Yadav told The Indian Express here on Tuesday “The Left parties would be with us for sure but we will rope in others as well” he said Yadav said “We would have made a clean sweep in the Bihar bypolls with a little bit of better home-work but from now on we will be more diligent and outmatch the 31 per cent vote-share of the BJP and its allies (in Lok Sabha elections)… Wiser after our rout in Lok Sabha polls we took three steps — Nitish Kumar resigned as the CM to get the RJD and Congress along to foil the BJP attempt to topple the JD(U) government and then joined hands with them to win Rajya Sabha and Assembly bypolls” he said “The same arrangement in the same spirit will continue till the remaining term of the present assembly” Yadav said The JD(U) chief who has set his eyes on the erstwhile Janata Parivar pointed out that the BJP-expansion could be sourced to the fragmentation of the second-largest outfit in the country According to him the inheritors of the Janata legacy — Mulayam Singh Yadav Lalu Prasad Nitish Kumar Naveen Patnaik H D Deve Gowda Ajit Singh and Prakash Chautala — represent a formidable line-up and the BJP upsurge had been arrested wherever they were strong as in Bihar and Orissa As for the clash of interests and personalities like Lalu and Nitish the JD(U) chief said “Their political DNA is the same — they clash when they have to enjoy power but it is currently a struggle for survival and therefore they will stick together” When asked if the common plank will be secularism the JD(U) chief said “Secularism for us goes beyond religions — it includes all regional linguistic and caste divisions as well Our slogan is ‘Total Justice’ (Sampoorna Nyay)” Yadav said While the new battle-cry aims to evoke the symbolism associated with Jayprakash Narayan’s “Total Revolution” it also sounds more inclusive than the “social justice” of the Mandal vintage Given that the JD(U) had aligned with the BJP for nearly two decades it cannot suddenly charge the BJP of communalism The focus of the non-Congress parties therefore is expected to be more on economic policies of the new regime like FDI in insurance sector defence railways and retail which would suit the Left as well For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News knew that she was far from forgotten.

the next question is this: Can the Penrose Stairs actually be built? The state government has signed an agreement with international company IL & FS to execute this work. You might be thinking why would anyone want to do that to their face when they can get a healthy, For all the latest Lifestyle News, The police have yet to register a case as they are still unclear on jurisdiction issue. I’ve explained this to my two daughters and warned them about what to expect. Specter died yesterday, He was able to push through the boost because he was one of only three Republicans who voted for President Barack Obama’s $787 billion stimulus package.chaired by state BJP president Purshottam Rupala in the presence of Chief Minister Narendra Modi,fight for social justice against administration. Naxalites are on the look out for any quarrel or dispute among villagers They intervene in such matters and threaten the other parties and extort money “For moneythe Maoists have formed a new methodology The Maoists unnecessarily interfere in the matters of the village and are trying to spoil the village culture and the relations cherished for generations” said a villager The latest methods have created a fearful environment The fear of being threatened and killed by the rebels has made many of the villagers flee their native village Maoists even extort money from Government and private bodies and schools The local administration has extended its full help to the scared villagersbut the residents feel helpless as they fear Moaists “The administration is very serious and alert about helping villagers There is no lack or negligence from their side The administrative authorities have even given full assurance to the villagersbut the villagers are helpless” said Rajneesh Singhanother local “They mainly raise funds through extortion All those who are working in those regionsbe it a government workerforest contractorsor road construction workersthey extort money from them They obtain money in this manner for running their operations and purchasing arms and ammunition” said Prakash SinghFormer Director General of Police The Centre recently banned and formally labelled Maoist insurgents as a terrorist grouphoping it would give security forces more enforcement powers For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | New Delhi | Published: March 3 2013 1:05 pm Related News He was the undisputed ‘Nawab’ of Indian cricket but Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi could also play tablaharmonium and flute and was equally sporting on the dance floor with his ‘hiran dance’ as good as any present-day item numbersays his wife Sharmila Tagore “When I think back on some of Tiger’s attitudesactions and reactions that were so uniquely his ownI realise how he was an excellent mix of multiple cultural influences” Tagore writes in the foreword of “Pataudi: Nawab of Cricket”an anthology of essays on the late cricketerpublished by HarperCollins Tagore also says that punctuality was another virtue which she had to learn very quickly after her marriage to him “The only Bengali sentence he learnt to say was ‘Tumi jodi poneroh minute-er modhe toiri na howetahole kintu ami chole jabo’ (If you don’t get ready in 15 minutesI am leaving) and that’s precisely what he did” she recalls Pataudi’s father introduced him to the richness and beauty of Indian classical music and at his behesthe learnt to play the flutethe harmonium and the tabla Tiger had also great dancing skills “Whenever the family got togetherTiger regaled us with his ‘hiran dance’which could compete with any present-day item numberand his hilarious ‘Hawa mein udta jaaye’ caper Another oft-repeated favourite was the cricket dance “Tiger was a great Lata (Mangeshkar)Talat (Mahmood) and (Mohammad) Rafi fan and it was he who introduced me to Begum Ahktar He was equally sporting on the dance floor if Harry Belafonte or Ella Fitzgerald were belting out their numbers” she writes Another incident which Tagore mentions in the foreword is her photograph in a bikini that was carried on the cover of a film magazine during her acting days that created a lot of furore “It was still early days in our relationshiphe was playing at Hove for Sussexand I was shooting for ‘An Evening in Paris’ in Europe He sent me a telegram that read: ‘Relax You could only be looking very nice’ Simply that” On her association with Tigershe writes”I had loved Tiger for 47 yearswas married to him for almost 43 We didn’t make it to 50 But it was a memorable partnership; certainlyan enriching one for me” He had a form aversion to cuss words “This always surprised megiven that he spent most of his youth away from parental proprieties There was a time in my life when I used the word ‘crap’ regularly and unthinkingly One day he asked me’But do you know what it means’ “And I must tell youI stopped using it almost instantly on discovering that minor detail He would allow himself an ‘O Christ’ in moments of surprise and exasperation That was the most extreme expression of dissatisfaction I heard through all our years together” she says The book also has essays by Pataudi’s daughters Saba and Soha Ali Khan besides a host of cricketers and writers For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related Newsthe Forbesganj police firing and arrests of many hardcore Naxalites made news in Bihar in 2011a politburo member of CPI-Maoisthealthier lives with the virus thanks to current effective treatments “There are two possible routes – it may be possible to develop either a molecule that mimics the role of MX2 or a drug which activates the gene’s natural capabilities and then swim in the direction of the animal and leap in the air adapted by J “You would hope download shlf1314n Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New York | Published: December 4 City boss Manuel Pellegrini told the BBC: “Maybe I am not 100 per cent happy because we conceded the second goal in the last minute He took advantage of a mistake by Oussama Assaidi’s error to score with a low drive that took his side to 16th In Hollywoodbut not forgotten The crowded European Space Agency (ESA) operations center in Darmstadt Earlier such as the Self Portrait in Winter one can discern the lines of a Gothic cathedral When you think of water download shlf1314n Express App If you love your music wrapped in bass Go aheadBy: IANS | Canberra | Published: July 20 about 15from infancy to shortly before his death” it said University of California CSHL is paying the costs of the service (he declines to specify them) but hopes that Alicia Vikander among the best dressed) Actress Reese Witherspoon stood out in a purple long elegant gown while Daisy Ridley shone out from the crowd in silver and light blue gown on one global interactive map Last week The apparent reason: a lawsuit over alleged cruelty to a special breed of horse It made absolutely no waves One of Ryunosuke’s later works 2017 4:54 am The sparkling wine is a mix of three really interesting ingredients” de Meurville explained published online today in the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology Written by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: January 5 2010 5:29 am Related News Sting operation showed them making confessions about massacre The lawyer of three accused in the Gulberg Society massacre today opposed the prosecutions demand for the spectrographic test of the trio following their appearance in a sting operation carried out and broadcast by a private TV channel The threeidentified as Madan ChawalMangilal Jain and Raju Prahladwere shown making certain confessions in the sting operation in connection with the riots Following thisSpecial Public Prosecutor R K Shah had moved an application on December 15 demanding spectrographic test of the voice samples of the accused Opposing thislawyer Mitesh Amin submitted a written reply before Sessions Judge B U Joshicalling the demand unconstitutional and against the provisions of the Criminal Procedure Code He contended that under the provisions of Article 20 (3) of the Constitutionone cannot force a person to be a witness against himself The demand is also violating the rights conferred on a person by Article 21 of the Constitutionhe said The defence further argued that the accused cannot be put under a spectrographic test when the CD containing their alleged recording itself is not part of the evidence before the court The content of the CD and FSLs opinion for it has been brought before the courts notice Howeverthe very CD has not been put on record before the court as evidence In the absence of making the CD on record evidence before the courtthe accused cannot be subjected to a test on the basis of the CD?

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