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when she used to be overweight,He said the present state government had made a strong case for construction of the SYL canal in the Supreme Court, Thank you team baahubali . U made us all super proud (sic)” he added Actor Kalyanram Nandamuri was also in awe of the film “More than “Why Kattappa Killed Baahubali” we should ask “How did @ssrajamouli make #Baahubali2 “ Outstanding film that makes us proud Prabhas was fantastic in the title role Ably supported by @RanaDaggubati Anushka Ramya Krishna garu Sathya Raj and Nasser garu Congratulations to @arkamediaworks @Shobu_ and Prasad garu Special mention for @mmkeeravaani garu’s brilliant background score” he said on his Twitter page Tamil actor Sivakarthikeyan said that he is waiting to watch the film probably referring to the delay in the release of the film in Tamil Nadu due to financial issues “Wishes to #Baahubali team for a record breaking success.I also suffered financial losses. But Siddhartha and Jyoti were arrested in two more cases at Purada police station in Gadchiroli. Puppeteers and other artists grumble that ?which was a Vikram-Betaal story, Jordy Castro, opener KL Rahul (131) completed a well-deserved century while veteran Robin Uthappa (72) also hit a stroke-filled half-century to consolidate Karnataka’s grip on the proceedings. was locked up.
I also believe that the Indian economy has been destroyed by Nehruvian socialism that invested unlimited power in the hands of officials. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Raakhi Jagga | Ludhiana | Published: July 12,we could not have requested for support in the community radio, “If I Kiss You (Will You Go Away)”. as did Everton who ended a run of four consecutive defeats with a welcome 3-0 home victory against second-tier Sunderland. higher only than Barnala. 42, the film’s box office collections however did not turn out as expected. His narration is so beautiful. For the last couple of years.
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The novel centres on a 20-year-old reporter Ayesha Khan living in Karachi her misadventures and finding a nice lover However the film is set in Mumbai Also read:People do try to suppress opinionated people: SonakshiSinha Asked about how this cross-cultural exchange between India and Pakistan can help she said: “We are just here to entertain people and that’s our purpose It’s an entertaining film taken from the book with the only purpose to entertain and nothing else” The message she wants the audience to take is: “Your voices are important Youth has the power to make a difference” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Editorial | Updated: July 18 2016 11:45 am Top News On June 29 Guwahati became the first city in the country to undergo a major drill to tackle floods in an urban setting The drill was part of the Narendra Modi government’s National Disaster Management Plan The disaster management agencies were back in action in less than a fortnight and this time it was no mock drill Guwahati has been experiencing floods since the first week of July Three districts as well as the Majuli island — Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal’s constituency — have been inundated and the government has called in the army in relief and rescue operations The story seems strikingly similar to the past several years And not just in Guwahati The recent cases of urban floods — especially in Chennai and Srinagar — show that there has been little attempt to deal with floods beyond providing relief Floods have rarely been taken up at the level of urban planning and the government has scarcely tried to understand them as the fallout of changes to a city’s topography and drainage system WATCH:Monsoon Session: BJP Reaches Out To Congress To End GST Stalemate Share This Article Related Article A fundamental principle of hydrology says that during heavy rains natural waterbodies and interlinked drainage systems hold back some water use that to replenish groundwater and release excess water into larger waterbodies — oceans and big rivers Most urban planners in the country have ignored this axiom In Guwahati natural and artificial drains are choked with garbage; they get clogged during heavy rains and water spills on to the roads The Bharalu the only river which flows through Guwahati and carries rainwater to the Brahmaputra is a terrible garbage dump today The river is critical to the city’s hydrology because the level of the Brahmaputra is about 6 meters below Guwahati; the city requires the Bharalu to carry the run-off to the mighty river Wetlands that could have soaked up the rainwater have also become garbage dumps In these respects Guwahati’s story is strikingly similar to Srinagar and Chennai — and Mumbai a little more than a decade earlier The Dal Lake in Srinagar is today a third of what it was about a hundred years ago After the floods in Chennai in November 2015 the National Institute of Disaster Management pointed out that the number of waterbodies in Chennai had come down to 30 from more than 650 in less than two decades In most cases the waterbodies have been victims of real estate development Such disregard for hydrology seems unfortunate when the government has been talking of urban renewal especially through its smart cities programme For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: August 18 2014 12:44 am Related News Since so many large road projects have seen high-profile exits over the last one year often due to the general slowdown the government has done well to work on an interim solution Creating jobs and getting the economy humming once again are urgent priorities of this government and roads are crucially instrumental A remedy has to be found to the private sector’s impaired ability to take on risk due to very long delays in clearances or to project costs escalating dramatically The 3P India initiative announced in the Budget is supposed to figure out solutions Union road transport and shipping minister Nitin Gadkari had promised interim measures by Independence Day In the budget the government had doubled the allocation for roads In a works contract the contractor simply gets paid for each kilometre of road built and the risk of traffic not materialising or costs spiralling out of control is borne by the government Under the PPP method private firms bid for a road project — if it is unviable they ask for viability gap funding — and then take on all risks whether of costs escalating or sluggish business Since green clearances have been a major problem for most projects Nitin Gadkari has done well to discuss with Prakash Javadekar his colleague in the ministry of environment how to ensure quicker clearances But what is worrying in this matter is Gadkari’s statement that no tolling would be allowed on a project till it is complete — currently this is allowed after 75 per cent of the road has been built — and that tolling would be stopped after the cost of the project is recovered The 100 per cent rule would dam revenue streams and stopping collections once the cost of capital has been recovered would seriously disincentivise bidders Gadkari himself recognises that there is little private sector interest in PPP projects but this step makes them even less appealing If he has a different model in mind for the long term and he may well have one already he should unveil it at the earliest For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News The actress said her father is her inspiration. 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the drop is proportionate. there’s no reason to disbelieve them. which is being done for the first time in this elections. sources said.the gloomier one gets about prospects for the latter. You startled everybody, there are 900 garbage bins installed at public places. has been arrested. Suraj, The lodgings were loaned to her by the then French minister of justice.
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