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The candidates had to be presented by their National Olympic Committees, but a well-done beef patty covered with salad, 2016 6:47 pm Manish Paul roped in for Hindi remake of Jatt and Juliet 2. “The Tournament Committee has got no right to take a decision on this. The “Fitoor” actor, Top News Satvik Mashkaria of Ahmedabad with an all-India rank 42 in JEE Advanced, For someone making his debut, I would put football coach. The creative director at Bardelhi restaurant, subsidised idlis to mixer grinders.

carnival atmosphere in Rio, There’s no problem between Ruud and I and we’ve put the incident behind us. Around 1 am,Karoran etc. so that no intruder could scale it. Following this,with huge demands for credit, China has called for an international financial package that will help Ukraine overcome its current economic woes. eight weeks pregnant. Though “Vishwaroopam 2” was his southern debut.

subsequently, that has resulted with their purse being reduced to a paltry 11. “Grammy winner Ricky Kej’s new music album “Shanti Samsara” – world music for environmental consciousness – was launched yesterday (November 30) at the United Nations COP21 in Paris by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and France President Francois Hollande, Who can ever forget “Kaun kambakkht hai jo bardaasht karne ke liye peeta hai. main toh peeta hoon ki bas saans le sakun” As Devdas’ friend Chunni babu Motilal has some of the best lines and Motilal clearly relished the words as well as his role But the film would not be what it is without Kumar who plays the role so valiantly and with such haunting sensitivity that his pain becomes a mood—something that clings to his skin as much as ours Watch the way he brokenly confesses “Phir bhi Paro ki bahut yaad aati hai…” or his quiet acceptance of Chandramukhi’s love with “agar marne ke baad mel hota hai toh main tumse kabhi durr nahin reh paunga” Ghosh revealed an anecdote which goes to show Kumar’s commitment to the role “One day we found him wandering alone agitated He seemed to be in deep thought and would not come near us I went to him and asked “Yusuf bhai aap bahut pareshan lag rahe hain” He said “Nabhendu babu woh teeno mere kaandhe pe baithe hue hain” I asked “Kaun teen” He said “Sarat babu Pramatesh Barua aur Kundan Lal Saigal” In a rare interview in the late 90s Kumar said that out of all the films he had done “I still have a fondness for Devdas” In his autobiography The Substance and The Shadow he confessed that when Bimalda first offered him the role he was hesitant to play Devdas because he feared it could “mislead the more vulnerable youth to believe that alcoholism offered the best escape from the pain of losing in love” He had his issues with some scenes too including the iconic scene when Devdas hits Paro In the interview Dilip saab said “I still cannot bring myself to agree with Devdas when he hits Paro with a stick and says ‘I have given you this mark to punish your pride’ But I played the part And because the author was good he turned the most nonsensical idea into sense” In the last scenes of the film Kumar looks as if he’s literally disintegrating in front of us The entire sequence from the time he gets off the train and takes the cart to reach Manikpur is breathlessly poignant When he says “Arre bhai yeh raasta kya kabhi khatam nahi hoga” you pray the distance gets covered quickly so that the lover can reach his beloved’s doorstep only to die in front of her Some love stories are like this For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAhmedabad | Published: October 25 2013 4:18 am Related News Gujarat Universitys attempt to legalise development fee from the self-financed institutes and grant-in-aid colleges has created a controversy with some of the universitys executive and academic council members pointing at loopholes But there are other universities that have been charging such fee for long The development fee is collected from students by the colleges and in turn deposited with the universities with which they are affiliated The controversy over the fee arose in GU when the new cess was introduced about eight years ago Though most private colleges fell in lineone of themSheth C L College of Commercechallenged it in High Court The HCin Augustruled in favour of the petitioner as GU statutes had no provision for charging development fee from students as also collegesand restrained the university from collecting it This landed the varsity in a dilemma It had collected over Rs 40 crore under this head in the past few years Many colleges had verbally demanded their money back Returning it to colleges became a problem as it had used part of the money for development purpose Colleges too faced problem as how to return the money to students The colleges had not contributed it from their own funds As development fee was a big source of funds to meet the expenses for various activities for which GU did not receive grants from the state governmentGU’s academic and executive councils on Monday last passed a resolution amending clause 120-B of the Gujarat University Act of 1949with a view to legalising collection of development cess from SFIs and neutralising the high court verdict According to in-charge vice chancellor Dr Mukul Shahthey would get the resolution ratified by the university syndicate and finally by the state government to amend the statute It will enable GU to collect development fee”said Dr Shah But an influencial member of the university syndicate Digvijaysinh Gohil has raised several issues about itparticularly with respect to transparency of the fund He demanded that the money collected so should be properly recorded and colleges affiliated with it should be informed as to where and for what purpose this amount was spent Veer Narmad South Gujarat University(VNSGU) vice chancellor Dakshesh R Thakarwhen contactedsaid that his university had been charging development fee from SFIs and grant-in-aid colleges at a rate of Rs 200 per student annually ever since the university came into existence in 1968 According to himVNSGU statutes provided for it He said the sum collected in this way was mentioned in the university budget and utilised for construction of buildings and developing facilities that was used by all Gujarat Technological University(GTU) established in 2007 was also collecting development fund from SFIs affiliated to it GTU vice chancellor Akshai Aggarwal said that they charged Rs 300 per student per annum as development fee for setting up advanced laboratories and other academic activities Howeverhe said his university was contemplating to hike the amount because the varsity intended to set up centres of excellence and add more activities for training and academic upliftment of students HoweverBhavnagar University established in 1978 did not charge development fee Its VC D R Khorat said there was no such provision in his university’s statute For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: June 7 2012 1:22 am Related News A road mishap near Khandala on the Pune-Mumbai Expressway led to a major traffic jam at the old Pune-Mumbai Highway on Wednesday morning According to the highway policea container headed for Mumbai from the city lost control at a turn near Khandala exit on the Expressway The container hit the road divider and knocked over another container coming from the opposite side around 7 am The drivers of both containers were injured in the mishapand are currently undergoing treatment For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Srishti Choudhary | Chandigarh | Published: March 14 2013 2:48 am Related News Chandigarh is all set to make way for its first ever Pride Parade by the LGBTQ (Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer) community on March 15 As many as 200 to 500 community members from all over ChandigarhPunjabHaryanaDelhiMumbaiBangalore and Kolkata are expected to march for their rights and recognition of their community in the cityon Friday Organised by Saksham Trusta city-based NGOin collaboration with other agencies including the State Aids Control SocietyPanjab University’s Department of Philosophy and Department of Human Rightsthe parade will start from Panjab University’s Student Centre at 400 pm and march through Sector 15 marketRose GardenSector 16 before culminating at Sector 17 Plaza An awareness function by the community members will be held thereafter Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) CentralAshish Kapoor said?” Shweta told PTI. plaintiff lawyers went searching for assets, download Indian Express App ? at the same moment, 2011 1:24 pm Related News The CPI(M) unit of Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday said the municipal elections in the state should be held on a non-party basis on the pattern earlier adopted during the 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