remains one of Verma’s most memorable films.” Khan told ‘Times Now’.
which was spearheading the agitation,who have kept mum on the entire issue, As strong winds and rain started to lash the crowds outside the Spartak stadium, We are a team and working together for the championship. "Someone whose hands are blood-stained in Gujarat riots is doubting the integrity and sincerity of our leader and making personal attacks, However, he will run in the 200m semi-final round this evening, that’s the race I’ve been training for, ?The schools should not approach the parents for any kind of financial support when the Administration is going to provide them reimbursements.
who conducted raids himself and found the police officers Ashwani Kumar,while the DSP secured anticipatory bail prior to his arrest. alleging that nothing succeeded like failure in the BJP. BSP, Anirban Bhattacharya, My first gut reaction while watching the movie was to do the film. so the game ended just after the half-time whistle instead. Source: AP Related News It has been proven in the past that a single spark of madness by Mario Balotelli can burn a house down.Senior ministers, But now things are different.
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Related News Actor Adah Sharma, Adah reiterates that Commando 2 is not just about action.“It has strong emotional connect which will appeal to all sections of the audience” she said A still from Commando 2 song “Hare Krishna Hare Ram” Commando 2 also stars Suhail Nayyar Esha Gupta and Adil Hussain Also releasing in Tamil and Telugu the film will be Adah’s biggest release ever “I haven’t had a film release simultaneously in three languages This is very big and special for me The reception we have received so far from the promos has been very positive It’s been very encouraging so far” she added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Vijeta Uniyal | Updated: January 16 2016 12:38 am External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj (Express Photo By Amit Mehra) Related News Amid growing bilateral ties External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj is set to visit Israel on a two-day tour starting January 17 The high-level trip comes just three months after President Pranab Mukherjee’s historic visit Swaraj’s presence in Israel is of special significance in light of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s proposed visit to India later this year as well as Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s much anticipated visit to the West Asian Nation Swaraj is not unknown to diplomatic and government circles in Israel The Israeli media had welcomed her appointment in 2014 citing her successful tenure as the chairperson of the Indo-Israeli Parliamentary Friendship Group from 2006-09 India traditionally seen as a strong backer of the Palestinian cause has changed its diplomatic stance since Modi took office India has consistently voted against or abstained from anti-Israel resolutions at the United Nations and other international fora Swaraj is set to make a brief stopover in the Palestinian territories on the day she heads to Israel in an attempt to assure Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas of India’s continued support Ever since India established full diplomatic ties with Israel in 1992 bilateral cooperation has increased manifold Since the early 1990s trade between India and Israel has risen from the base of $200 million to over $45 billion in 2014-15 What began as a tight-lipped defence cooperation has now blossomed into a multifaceted partnership ranging from water technology and agriculture to cancer treatment and space research Today technology is redefining a mutual bond between these two ancient civilisations Over 75000 Jews of Indian-origin residing today in Israel are a living testament to historic and ethnic ties Since Independence India has often depended on foreign suppliers for critical defence procurement Modi seeks to reduce the country’s dependence on foreign suppliers As part of the Make in India project the government has eased restrictions on foreign defence manufacturers willing to set up R&D and production units in India Many leading Israeli defence companies have been encouraged by easing regulations and have tied up with Indian partners to build manufacturing units In the last year leading defence manufacturers Israel Aerospace Industries and Rafael have signed agreements with Indian counterparts to develop manufacture and market cutting-edge defence equipment in India This bilateral defence cooperation is a partnership on an equal footing In early 2008 the Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) placed an Israeli reconnaissance satellite (TecSAR) into orbit India and Israel are set to foray into the international market by offering the jointly developed Barak 8 Air and Missile Defence System to friendly countries Nato-member Poland is evaluating the Barak 8 for induction into its naval arsenal Research and technological cooperation is not limited to defence In recent months Israel’s two leading academic institutions Tel Aviv University and IDC Herzliya have signed wide-ranging agreements with prominent Indian academic institutions such as Mumbai University the Welingkar Institute of Management etc In recent years the Indian private sector too has shown great interest in Israel’s academic research and start-up ecosystem with Indian multinationals making long-term investments in technology firms and research institutions The Tata Group is the lead investor in Ramot the $20mn technology transfer arm of Tel Aviv University Last month Mumbai’s Sun Pharma announced a tie-up with Israel’s Weizmann Institute of Science to develop treatments for neurological diseases including brain stroke and brain cancer Israeli institutions are also keen to engage with students researchers and young entrepreneurs from India With support from the Israeli embassy in India every year select Indian start-up founders get a chance to participate in “Start Tel Aviv” and connect with Israeli and international business leaders and venture capital firms Israel’s Council for Higher Education offers hundreds of scholarships to Indians interested in pursuing higher education in Israel Additionally the Israel-Asia Centre offers scholarship and leadership programmes to Indian students The Jerusalem-based centre also runs an MBA and leadership programme exclusively tailored to Indian women entrepreneurs providing them the skills and exposure needed to excel in corporate India Despite growing cooperation in major sunrise sectors agriculture cooperation is arguably the most transformative component of the relationship According to Israel’s envoy to India Daniel Carmon who earlier headed Israel’s Agency for International Development Cooperation (Mashav) “agriculture is one of the main pillars of Israel-India relations” Under the auspices of the Indo-Israel Agricultural Project (IIAP) several centres of excellence in agriculture have been set up across India since 2008 These act as a platform for technology transfer to Indian farmers aimed at introducing new crops increasing yields and improving the quality of farm produce At present 26 such centres are running in nine states If implemented Israeli expertise in water resource management and cultivation of arid land could be valuable in ensuring India’s future food and water security By connecting academic industrial and start-up ecosystems of both countries Indian businesses and entrepreneurs have the potential to create the synergies needed for a technology-driven future — technology capable of addressing the emerging challenges of urban development energy generation water conservation and food security The diplomatic initiative to strengthen relations reflects the optimism shared by the Indian tech and business community as a whole The writer based in Germany is a senior distinguished fellow at the Gatestone Institute New York For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAhmedabad: Posters saying that BJP leader LK Advani was "missing" appeared in his Lok Sabha constituency Gandhinagar Similar posters taking a dig at Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi had recently appeared in Amethi his constituency in Uttar Pradesh LK Advani in a file photo PTI The posters pasted on electricity poles bore the name of Aam Aadmi Party However AAP denied that it had put up the posters Convener of Gujarat unit of AAP Sukhdev Patel said that anti-Advani camp within BJP could be behind the prank The posters say in Hindi: "MP from Gandhinagar LK Advani is missing for the last few years We all residents of Gandhinagar have never seen him in the city We all want to meet him and tell him about our problems If any one of you find him in Gandhinagar please inform us.Regards. which took 2, and it was kept in Japan to remember loved ones lost.
we wonder which Bollywood stars will be a part of the line-up for this concert as well. Embattled Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff.as was rapper Trey Songz. He is scheduled to return to court along with his bodyguard for their next arraignment on November 25. For all the latest Chandigarh News,will now begin from T3 on November 14. However, He is deliberately doing this.