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download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: January 8, the party had named 75 seats. judiciary and executive are demarcated in clear terms.The statecraft is not steered by measuring people’s opinion on an issue-to-issue basis instead itisguided by established institutions In his book ‘Revolution from Above’ noted sociologist Dipankar Gupta referred to “social reforms” as pushed from above much against the popular will Drawing from that analogy in all likelihood an Indian ‘Brexit’ would only be used as a tool to create turbulence in order toscore political points in Delhi By: Express Web Desk | Hyerabad | Published: December 2 2016 6:41 pm Vijay Antony’s look from Saithan Top News Despite demonetisation and Nada cyclone effect Vijay Antony’s film Saithan saw a good opening at the domestic box office in Tamil Nadu and Telugu states Early reports from trade pundits suggest the film minted close to Rs 40 lakh on its opening day in Chennai alone The film which was released in at least 400 centres in Tamil Nadu is said have collected around Rs 2 crore on Friday More from the world of Entertainment: Meanwhile the film dubbed in Telugu as Bethaludu did very well for a Tamil starrer The film made Rs 130 crore in both the Telugu speaking states The film was released in over 500 centres in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana Under Pradeep Kalipurayath’s direction Bethaludu features Vijay in the lead role The actor shot to fame after his latest Tamil action drama Pichaikkaran which raked over Rs 5 crore in its opening weekend Also read | Saithan movie review: Two disjointed plots one big failure Saithan is a psychological thriller written and directed by Pradeep Krishnamoorthy based on Tamil novel Aaah by Sujatha Rangarajan The story revolves around a man’s search for a mysterious woman Apart from Vijay the film also features Arundhati Nair and Charuhasan playing key roles in the film Being a popular music director Vijay Antony has rendered scores for the film as well The film is produced by S Venugopal under the banners of Manas Rishi Enterprises and Win Win Win Creations Since this is Vijay Antony’s next film after blockbuster Tollywood blockbuster Bichagadu reports also suggest that trade is optimistic about its BO performance Some have even suggested that the film will earn Rs 10 crore during the first weekend For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Arita Sarkar | Mumbai | Published: July 18 2017 1:47 am The BMC is also planning to construct an SWM segregation centre at Suraksha Garden in Cuffe Parade and the SWM department has already sanctioned Rs 40 lakh for it Top News WHILE the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is working towards effective implementation of the Development Plan 2034 ward A’s long-term need for a cemetery is unlikely to be addressed anytime soon since the land allocated in the new plan has currently been leased to the Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Limited Apart from setting up a cemetery the civic officials of A ward have started taking measures to ensure that the reservations including a solid waste management (SWM) segregation unit as well as night shelters can be implemented as soon as the draft DP 2034 is approved by the state government The need for a cemetery was recently voiced by local BJP corporator Makarand Narwekar who has written to the municipal commissioner Ajoy Mehta and the assistant municipal commissioner Kiran Dighavkar asking for an alternate site for the cemetery “The residents of A ward have to go to the cemetery in Chandanwadi due to unavailability of a cemetery in their own ward and there is a dire need of one in A ward Residents of five wards are currently dependent on two cemeteries including one at Banganga in D ward Of the three electric furnaces at Chandanwadi two are not working at most times” said Narwekar In his letter to the BMC sent on Monday Narwekar stated that “an alternate site be found for a crematorium that can be developed for the said use immediately” and also urged the civic officials to explore the possibility of reclaiming land for the same Civic officials said that the land measuring around 849055 square metres at Cuffe Parade was leased out to the MMRCL with the MMRDA as the planning authority last year for temporary use for a period of at least three years “The Metro work will easily take more than five years and it is unfair that the residents of A ward would not have a cemetery till then The BMC should suggest an alternative plot within the ward limits” said Narwekar To highlight the need for a cemetery a Colaba resident Renu Kapoor cited a personal experience “My driver passed away on April 12 and we had to take his body to Chandanwadi When we reached there we were told that the crematorium was not functional since there was no electricity and his grieving family members had to wait for eight hours before they were told that they would have to opt for a wooden burner instead of the electric furnace” she said Kapoor added that owing to the poor maintenance of the electric crematoriums more people are forced to opt for the traditional use of wood which isn’t eco-friendly “On that day four families were harassed in a similar way The dead deserve some dignity during their last rites” she said After her experience Kapoor suggested a campaign termed ‘Dignity in Death’ under which she has proposed measures for the upgradation of the Chandanwadi cemetery The civic officials have started taking up measures to complete all formalities prior to the implementation of reservations made in the DP 2034 As part of the Central Park which is supposed to be spread over 300 acres of reclaimed land the civic officials will float the tender this week to appoint an agency that will survey the settlements on the 48 km long coastline at Cuffe Parade “The study will be an analysis of the people who are currently living along the coast to understand the ground reality so that we can figure out their rehabilitation plan” said a civic official The BMC is also planning to construct an SWM segregation centre at Suraksha Garden in Cuffe Parade and the SWM department has already sanctioned Rs 40 lakh for it The A ward will also construct two night shelters near the Wankhede stadium For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsKolkata: BJP on Thursday accused the TMC-led West Bengal government of trying to "subvert federal structure" of the country after Vice Chancellors of the state universities were barred from attending a video-conference by Union HRD minister on digital economy "They (Bengal government) behave as constitutional experts while giving lectures on federal structure But when it comes to preaching what they say they are the first to back out" BJP National Secretary Rahul Sinha told PTI "By preventing the VCs to attend the conference on digital economy held by Union HRD minister Prakash Javadekar they are trying to subvert the federal structure of the country While the TMC themselves will not respect the federal structure they will not hesitate lecturing others" he said Prakash Javadekar PTI "The country has given a mandate to BJP for five years The TMC government has to follow the rules of the federal structure where the Central government is the pivot holding the entire country Thus TMC should not behave as a separate country or entity" Sinha said In the wake of the Centre’s demonetisation move the HRD Ministry is planning a month-long campaign beginning December 12 to spread awareness about digital transactions among university students and teachers across the country The Union HRD Minister on Thursday held a meeting through video conferencing with nearly 670 Vice Chancellors and senior officials dealing with higher education in states The VCs from West Bengal gave it a miss after state Education Minister Partha Chatterjee yesterday directed them not to attend the programme citing the ongoing examinations and preparations of students elections in state universities "VCs were asked to attend the video conference but they won’t be able to attend the programme as exams are going on in all state universities The VCs are busy ensuring smooth functioning of examinations and preparations of student elections so they cannot attend it" Chatterjee had said The minister however denied to comment on the matter on Thursday Meanwhile senior TMC minister Firhad Hakim said "TMC do not need to take lessons on federal structure from a party like BJP which is going all out to destroy the said federal structure" Earlier this week Banerjee had instructed WBCS officers not to act on any directive by the Central government without asking the state government According to TMC sources the decision to give the video conference a miss was taken keeping in mind the Chief Minister’s continued protest against the Centre’s demonetisation drive Written by Tavleen Singh | Published: September 30 2014 12:09 am This sense of disbelief hope and a wondrous new idea of being Indian is what has defined the prime minister’s first visit to a country that till just the other day treated him like a pariah Related News For the diaspora Modi can make miracles happen On the morning that Narendra Modi was to arrive in New York I waited with his supporters on a pavement outside the Palace Hotel They bore placards with his picture and shouted “har har Modi” and “Vande Mataram” Their fervour was so intense that policemen in the process of securing 50th street for the prime minister’s arrival walked over from time to time to warn the slogan shouters and placard wavers to stay within the cordon They waited for hours on that hot day full of blue skies and white sunlight When he finally arrived and got out of his car to greet them they looked at him with disbelief and reverence This sense of disbelief hope and a wondrous new idea of being Indian is what has defined the prime minister’s first visit to a country that till just the other day treated him like a pariah The most powerful manifestation of these emotions was in Madison Square Garden where the Indian community arranged for him the sort of reception only rock stars get Those who did not manage to get tickets to enter New York’s most famous stadium waited outside in Times Square to try and catch a glimpse of the prime minister Among the Indians there were Tibetans and Nepalese and when I asked them why they were there they said it was because they believed that Modi had the power to change India and that this change would affect everyone Inside the vast storied stadium the atmosphere was magical There were strobe lights music and dancers and through it all cries of “Vande Mataram” and “Modi Modi Modi” In the two hours we waited for the prime minister to arrive the hysteria reached such fever pitch that it felt as if we waited for a divinity to manifest itself When he finally arrived the crowd went mad In my long years as a political journalist I have never seen a politician greeted in this way and Modi seemed humbled by it He said towards the end of one of his best speeches ever “You have given me a lot of love and made me indebted to you for this I will pay back this debt by building the India of your dreams” I arrived in New York on an afternoon of rain and grey skies the day before the prime minister was due to arrive On that first day I met Indian friends who have been New Yorkers for decades They told me that although Modi was likely to get a hero’s welcome this time there would be protests because there were many people who continued to think of him as a monster But they admitted that it had been wrong of the American government to have denied him a visa because on those grounds Rajiv Gandhi should have been disqualified as well And as someone who has often been in New York at this time of year and seen the worst kind of despots dictators and tyrants giving speeches at the United Nations General Assembly I have always found it hard to see the point of the ban The next day India Today organised a daylong meeting on India’s future at The Pierre which now belongs to the Taj group Eminent economists like Jagdish Bhagwati and Arvind Panagariya spoke as did political leaders from India and the United States and in coffee breaks between sessions I learnt that there was “huge disappointment” among American investors because Modi’s ministers had failed to turn up at a major investors’ conference My informants said “It is typical of Modi that he wouldn’t let his ministers come He wants to handle everything himself because he is such a control freak” This kind of comment comes often from Indian journalists who misread not just Modi but even the election results and now resent the distance at which the prime minister keeps them There are more than a hundred Indian journalists in New York but they have not had a chance to get anywhere near Modi The closest I got to him personally was on the morning of his second day when he went to pay his respects at the 9/11 memorial I woke at dawn and walked down Madison Avenue in semi-darkness to the Palace Hotel where a small group of sleep-deprived journalists gathered at the media centre Security precautions meant that we had to travel together in the same bus We arrived at the memorial two hours before the prime minister and I who had last been here in October 2001 was deeply moved by the names engraved in dark granite on the walls of deep ponds filled with running water They have been built in the place where there was once a vast gash in the ground marking where the twin towers stood When the prime minister came he was led to a spot where the names of Indians who died in 9/11 were engraved Upon these names he placed yellow roses and bowed his head We were close enough to make eye contact but got no chance to speak to him When he was led on a tour of the 9/11 museum we were taken to the “survivor tree” where he went later to lay a wreath This pear tree was burned badly in the attack and all that was left on it was a single leaf It was nurtured back to life as a symbol of the human spirit As the prime minister laid his wreath shouts of “Modi Modi Modi” suddenly came from behind us along with cries of “Vande Mataram” They came from a group of young Indians and he went up to them and greeted them with a namaste I talked to them afterwards and they said they had driven all the way from Maryland to try and catch a glimpse of the prime minister When I asked what they liked about him so much they said “He has brought back hope for us We believe that he will change India and this is why we are here” Later that day I caught up with Barkha Dutt She asked me to join a panel to discuss the prime minister’s speech to the UN Her “studio” was a small windy balcony on the 18th floor of the Benjamin Hotel where she gathered together intellectuals both Indian and foreign to discuss whether Modi would get India to play a bigger international role And we talked of other such “intellectual” things that perhaps have nothing to do with why Narendra Modi has become the first Indian prime minister to get a full mandate in 30 years That happened because ordinary Indians tired of cynical politics and cynical politicians saw in him someone who was different The emotions of the diaspora in New York were no different at all from the reactions I saw among ordinary people in the villages of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar and in the ancient streets of Varanasi during the election campaign They see Modi as a symbol of hope They believe that he can make miracles happen They believe he can walk on water [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App I met Indian friends who have been New Yorkers for decades They told me that although Modi was likely to get a hero’s welcome this time there would be protests because there were many people who continued to think of him as a monster But they admitted that it had been wrong of the American government to have denied him a visa because on those grounds Rajiv Gandhi should have been disqualified as well More Related NewsWritten by Anuradha Mascarenhas | Pune | Published: June 28 2017 10:21 am Related News In an attempt to reduce HIV prevalence in the state the Maharashtra State AIDS Control Society (MSACS) has an ambitious plan of reaching the ‘unreached’ population of sex workers who solicit customers online or via telephone The Society has also planned to conduct a survey of the mobile and floating population of high-risk migrants Till May-end as many as 218 lakh persons living with HIV were under active care in 73 anti-retroviral treatment centres; of these 189 lakh are on anti-retroviral treatment According to the National AIDS Control Organisation’s(NACO’s) HIV sentinel surveillance report – 2014-15 the prevalence of HIV in Maharashtra is 032 Of these as many as 4253 persons from the high-risk group are HIV positive These include 3043 female sex workers (FSWs) 877 men having sex with men (MSM) 299 transgenders and 34 injecting drug users across the state “This group is static and they are on our rolls for treatment and intervention programmes The traditional hot spots of the high-risk group soliciting customers have changed and as part of our targeted intervention programme we also want to reach out to the unconventional’ high-risk group which … solicits customers via the telephone” MSACS project director Parimal Singh told The Indian Express MSACS officials said they were in the process of restructuring their strategy and were going to team up with Family Health International -360 a human development organisation dedicated to improving lives by locally-driven solutions A majority of the high-risk group is located in Pune Thane and Mumbai As per the new guidelines any person who has HIV will be placed on anti-retroviral treatment Earlier people living with HIV were put on ART only if their CD 4 count — a test that measures how strong the immune system is — was less than 500 In April and May as many as 3791 persons were diagnosed as HIV positive “Initially the newly-tested HIV persons will be counselled about taking life-long drugs before placing them on treatment” said Singh For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Gandhinagar | Published: July 20, Kalsariya? 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