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s rising clout,Warning officials against laxity in implementation of welfare schemes, For all the latest India News, "I want the government to do something concrete for the conservation of stray cows. Rajkahini." the minister of state in the prime minister’s office claimed. It is their moral responsibility to provide them with the best facilities, said Rana Alsothe students complained that their demand for a fest had been pending since six years According to studentsas a result of thisthey had not got an opportunity to interact with students from other law schools and universities For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: September 3 2016 12:33 pm Emraan Hashmi: Raaz is the biggest horror franchise in our country Top News Actor Emraan Hashmi often associated with steamy scenes says he does not believe in comparisons and it’s not fair to call an actor the next someone Asked whether Ranveer Singh can be called the next Emraan Hashmi as the Bajirao Mastani star will be seen locking lips in his upcoming film Befikre Emraan said: “I think it is unfair to say an actor is a ‘next someone’ Every actor has an individuality “They have their own strengths and give their best in films I wouldn’t want to be next anyone or want any other actor to be called as next me Everybody is working individually and I wish them all the best” Speaking about his association with the Raaz franchise Emraan who stars in the forthcoming film Raaz Reboot said: Raaz is the biggest horror franchise in our country I started working in this franchise as an assistant director I like the horror genre very much” He also shared that in Bollywood filmmakers don’t make too many horror films “When Vikram (Bhatt) narrated the script of ‘Raaz Reboot’ I was vary happy as I knew watching ‘Raaz Reboot’ would be a great experience for the audience” said the actor How has been the journey from the 2002 film Raaz to Raaz Reboot Emraan shared: “It was a learning one and a positive experience for me We have given our best effort and hope that we will get good responses” He had made his acting debut in 2003 with Bhatt’s thriller Footpath Asked about the director he said: “Initially I didn’t want to be an actor but Vikram helped me a lot when I made my debut in his film ‘Footpath’ Then with ‘Raaz 3’ he monopolised this space of horror films Horror is my favourite genre I’ve learned a lot from him Nobody makes horror films like Vikram” Raaz Reboot is written and directed by Bhatt and is slated for September 16 release For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Paris | Published: June 22 2016 6:14 pm UEFA had asked for pitches in Nice Marseille and Lille to be replaced (Source: Reuters) Top News French Football Federation (FFF) president Noel Le Graet told the country’s top clubs on Wednesday to make the quality of their pitches an absolute priority describing one ground at Euro 2016 as “a failure” European governing body UEFA has said it is unhappy about the state of pitches in particular in Marseille Lille and Saint Denis where the showcase Stade de France is located It appeared to point the finger at stadium owners and clubs “I would like to tell our clubs that having nice pitches has to be their absolute priority” Le Graet told a news conference at France’s training camp outside Paris “The quality of our pitches has to be better We have great infrastructures but some of our pitches are not adapted to top-level football” UEFA had asked for pitches in Nice Marseille and Lille to be replaced the FFF president said “For Nice it worked For Marseille it was more complicated but we have indications that it will be better for the matches to come As for Lille it is a failure” he said “Who’s to blame UEFA the clubs I think it’s time to tell the clubs something needs to be done about this” Almost halfway through the month-long 24-team tournament the demands on pitches have never been greater at a European Championship Some stadia are hosting six games and wet weather across France is visibly having an impact With the exception of the Parc des Princes in Paris and Lens’s Bollaert stadium which are soccer-only venues stadiums in the tournament have multiple uses as owners maximise commercial activity A French grass association accused UEFA of “scandalously” trying to pass the buck over the state of playing surfaces laying the blame firmly on the governing body UEFA responded by saying it was entirely satisfied with the work done by its pitch consultant Richard Hayden For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: February 18 2016 2:15 am Related News The Mumbai Police Crime Branch and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) started a crackdown across the city Tuesday against those selling cigarettes to children and teenagers below 18 years The police will also invoke sections of the amended Juvenile Justice Act Under the amended Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act 2015 offenders will face a jail term of seven years and a fine of Rs 1 lakh Earlier a fine of Rs 200 was imposed on offenders under the Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products Act (COTPA) The amended law’s Section 77 states: “It is an offence against a child if a person gives or causes to be given to any child any intoxicating liquor or any narcotic drug or tobacco products or psychotropic substance except on the order of a duly qualified medical practitioner” Share This Article Related Article According to head and neck oncologist Dr Pankaj Chaturvedi the law will help curb the high incidence of oral cancer due to tobacco consumption “According to Global Adult Tobacco Survey the age of initiation of tobacco habits in India is 17 years” he said On Tuesday the crime branch laid a trap by sending a decoy student in Matunga to buy cigarettes from a seller near Don Bosco school The seller Maniram Chaurasiya (43) was trapped becoming the first person to be booked in the city under the stringent Act With the amended Act the Mumbai Police has now appointed a child welfare officer (CWO) in each police station to monitor the Act “The CWO will be of assistant police inspector rank or above in all 93 police stations They have been trained since the Act was ratified on January 15 They have all learnt how to apply the new section of the law” said a senior crime branch officer The crime branch unit of Social Services Branch (SSB) Juvenile Aid Protection Unit (JAPU) and the Anti Narcotics Cell have also been roped in Chaturvedi said a recent survey showed that two crore people use tobacco “The average age has been found to be 17 years Nearly one crore began using tobacco when they were about 17 years of age” Chaturvedi said According to Harish Baijal joint commissioner vigilance the FDA will continue its drive against those selling banned tobacco or related products such as khaini zarda and paan masala across the state The state FDA has banned such products since 2012 under the Food Safety and Regulation (Prohibition) Act 2011 For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: May 5 2017 2:45 am Rishabh Pant and Sanju Samson put together 143 runs for the second wicket (Source: IPL/BCCI) Top News Rishabh Pantscored 97 runs and Sanju Samson chipped in with 61 runs to help Delhi Daredevils chase down a mammoth 209 runs with 15 balls to spare The run chase is only the second highest in IPL history just behind Rajasthan Royals’ record of 215 against Deccan Chargers The young DDbatsmen put together 143 runs for the second wicket to take the match away from Gujarat’s reach andseriously dent their hopes of making the playoffs while keeping themselves in the hunt (Results | Fixtures | Points Table) In perfect example of throwing the kitchen sink Gujarat tried to throw everything at Pant and Samson but they replied not just with defensive shots but with mammoth sixes In fact Delhi finished with a staggering 20 sixes in the match with nine coming from Pant and seven from Samson No surprise then that Suresh Raina captain of Gujarat Lions lauded the duo for taking the game away from them “Pant day he batted very well Important to bowl dot balls we tried everything slower balls the ball was reversing but that time the game was over They’re the future of the Indian team We were 20-runs short” he said MUST READ |Rishabh Pant’s innings one of the best in the IPL says SachinTendulkar At the end of it all Delhi never looked flustered or uncomfortable duringa massive chase withSamson and Pant deserving all the credit for that The win keeps Delhi still in sixth but improves their net run rate and dims Gujarat Lion’s chances of making the final four Having won the toss Delhi opted tofield first and leaked runsafter making a strong start Gujarat rode on Suresh Raina (77) and Dinesh Karthik’s (65) strong fifties to register 208 runs batting first Raina should have been dismissed earlier but for dropped catches by Delhi’s debutant Marlon Samuels on 0 and Shreyas Iyer on 2 Delhi started in blazing fashion but lost Karun Nair in the third over to Pradeep Sangwan This 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Keqiang at the dinner.Modi will hold bilateral meetings with Duterte on Monday On Tuesday Modi will attend the ASEAN-India and East Asia summits where he is likely to reassert India’s push for crafting a global approach to deal with growing challenge of terrorism and radicalisation besides pitching for steps to boost regional trade Washington Dc | Updated: July 8 2015 2:57 pm Researchers have claimed that the ability to vividly imagine the smell of popcorn freshly baked cookies and even non-food odours is greater in obese adults (Source: Thinkstock Images) Related News In a new study researchers have claimed that the ability to vividly imagine the smell of popcorn freshly baked cookies and even non-food odours is greater in obese adults The research which was presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior (SSIB) is based on the researcher’s study on Kavanagh’s Elaborated Intrusion Theory of Desire which proposes that creating vivid mental images stimulates and maintains food cravings triggered by the thought smell and sight of food During the study it was found that individuals with a higher body mass index (BMI) reported greater ability to vividly imagine food and non-food odours Study’s lead author Dr Barkha Patel said that these findings highlight the need for a more individualistic approach in identifying factors that may increase risk for weight gain For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Amrita Sharma | New Delhi | Updated: December 25 2015 8:39 pm It is a sign of a healthy relationship to express your love for the partner every once in a while since it acts as a lubricant in the machine of the relationship (Source: Thinkstock Images) Related News When one gets into a relationship it is most natural for couples to get comfortable in each other’s presence over a period of time For many people the things that they appreciated in one another seems to faze out gradually — or so it seems The fact is that often it is not dead and gone but is only buried under the daily grind of living Take the case of Reema and Aryan Two years into their marriage Reema almost went into depression because she felt Aryan did not love her since he would not pay any attention to her It was only after they consulted a therapist that Aryan became aware of the issue He had been too busy with his new business and was just not in a state of mind to focus on anything else ————————————————————- Read more Two to Tango columns here ————————————————————- “It was unthinkable that Reema could read so much into something I had not clue about I expected Reema to understand that But I was shocked to know that she wanted me to spend time with her and talk sweet nothings when I had so much on my mind” he said But for Reema it was important to know and feel that Aryan still loved her and cherished her “I knew he was busy but then how much does it take to say a few nice words to your partner to spend some time with the one you are married to and to make the other person feel that you matter I am a living being after all and I need to know I am not just another person in the house” Reema said Experts say that sometimes when couples feel too comfortable with one another they lose sight of the fact that one needs a certain amount of attention to feel significant to the other They say it is a sign of a healthy relationship to express your love for the partner every once in a while since it acts as a lubricant in the machine of the relationship In its absence resentment sets in for at least one of the partners if not both This is what happened with Unnati and Vikas With a hectic work schedule and two children to take care of compliments became few and far in between Gradually they started feeling the distance creeping in between them “Initially we would sit together and watch movies go out and she would laugh a lot with me which made me feel like she enjoyed being with me and loved my company But now with the kids and the office work she would hardly be with me I felt neglected and unloved” Vikas would say Counsellors say that it’s not about how much time you spend with the other and how often you say things to appreciate your partner But it’s all about what you say to the partner Expressing your love and acknowledging the place your partner has in your life can make all the difference sometimes If one truly loves and values the partner then it’s not really too much to ask For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: India is expected to be a $65-7 trillion economy by 2030 and at the current exchange rate it would touch $10 trillion by 2035-40 Chairman of the Economic Advisory Council to the Prime Minister (EAC-PM) Bibek Debroy said on Thursday The per capita income in India by 2030 will however be just $4000 still less than many other countries he said "In the year 2030 India’s national income will be around $65-7 trillion If exchange rate remains what it is today then by 2035-40 India will be $10 trillion economy Bibek Debroy "And if exchange rate appreciates then India will be $10 trillion economy before 2035" Debroy said at Skoch summit here India will be remarkably different country as the size of its economy will enhance the country’s role in global affairs he said He also said that people are not seeking government jobs today instead more and more people are providing jobs to others Talking about the issues related to land Debroy said it is a contentious issue and it is very inefficiently used in India "We don’t have clear system of land titling" Rizvi said corruption is rampant in the present government ? 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