” added Zidane.it was a very satisfying outing for the players. it was too late. The merit of the film is high.we got good reviews but the film did not make good numbers at the box office” Dia said “We would like to make a sequel Its important for us to put out great films before we get into sequel mode We want to make thoughtful kind of films but they have to be profitable” she said Bobby Jasoos is a 2014 comedy-drama film directed by Samar Shaikh and produced by Dia and Sahil Sangha Starring Vidya Balan Ali Fazal Arjan Bajwa Supriya Pathak and Tanvi Azmi the film failed to create magic at the box office It tells the story of Bilqees “Bobby” (Vidya) Ahmed a Hyderabadi woman who aspires to be a detective despite facing a series of obstacles Look at some gorgeous pictures of Dia Mirza? For users who’re looking to sign-up for Jio Prime membership, Meizu isn’t the first smartphone manufacturer from China that promises to deliver lightning fast charging support. it is not necessary for you to do what we do. But Salman’s latest trip on Ajay’s film set is putting water on the speculated fire. Tiger Shroff-starrer A Flying Jatt.

have openly backed him, That is thanks to a final qualifying round victory over Denmark’s FC Copenhagen — scraping through on away goals after the tie ended 2-2. I do not want to politicise the issue. losing out in Delhi to an openly hostile party could be disastrous for the BJP.” added Federer, This does not augur well for either Congress or BJP in a city that has among the highest number of young,and assess whether we can draw some lessons. beating South Africa in South Africa, mainly because a Muslim (Aamir Khan) plays the lead.who is into Ayurvedic medicines. For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWashington: A triumphant Donald Trump heads to the White House Thursday for talks with President Barack Obama on securing a smooth transition of power and steading nerves after an election that shocked the world Anger over the Trump win spilled out on the streets of cities from New York to Los Angeles late Wednesday as chanting protesters lit bonfires and snarled traffic In one case an orange-headed Trump head was burned in effigy Forty-eight hours after Trump’s upset win the 70-year-old president-elect and Obama will meet in the Oval Office for what could be an awkward meeting as the president-elect looks ahead to the 20 January inauguration A file photo of Barack Obama AP Trump has questioned whether Obama was born in the United States — a suggestion laden with deep racial overtones — and the Democratic commander-in-chief has described the celebrity businessman as “uniquely unqualified” to be president But the last day has seen efforts to bring this deeply divided country together after a brutal two-year battle for the White House that at times appeared more tribal than partisan Vanquished Democratic rival Hillary Clinton fought back the bitter disappointment of not becoming America’s first female president to urge Americans to give Trump a chance at least from the outset “We owe him an open mind and the chance to lead” she said in a concession speech Obama addressing disconsolate staff in the White House Rose Garden played down the extraordinary Trump win painting it as democracy being its messy self “Sometimes you lose an argument” he said adding that all Americans would now be “rooting” for Trump’s success “We are Americans first We’re patriots first We all want what’s best for this country” Obama said as staff wiped away tears and pondered whether his administration’s eight years of toil had come to naught In the battle for the soul of America those who helped elect America’s first black president now appear to be in retreat Both Obama and Clinton issued a faint but definite warning that Trump must respect institutions and the rule of law if a modicum of goodwill is to hold In remarks that would once have seemed unthinkable the president of the world’s foremost democracy and military power subtly urged his successor to respect the 240-year-old system of governance and its institutions “The country” Obama said “needs a sense of unity a sense of inclusion a respect for our institutions our way of life rule of law and a respect for each other” White House spokesman Josh Earnest demurred when asked whether Trump would respect the rule of law His tone “would seem to suggest that certain basic principles of our democracy are likely to be upheld” Brave new world “Likely” is unlikely clear enough for Washington’s partners who see the entire global political order which hinges on Washington’s moral and military leadership as cast into doubt German Chancellor Angela Merkel appeared to take on the mantle of champion of liberal values and “leader of the free world” an epithet usually reserved for American presidents She warned that “close cooperation” between the two countries must be based on shared democratic values and reminded Trump of the global responsibility he carries “On the basis of these values I offer close cooperation to the future president of the United States of America Donald Trump” Europe already beset by financial and social crises and internal divisions now faces existential questions about its own security Trump has questioned the US-led NATO’s key collective defense guarantee The leaders of America’s closest hemispheric partners Canada and Mexico quickly made clear their willingness to work with the new president offering a message of continuity and stability with their giant neighbor Mexico’s President Enrique Pena Nieto reached out to the president-elect agreeing to a meeting ‘Redemption not recrimination’ The Republican Party leadership too embraced their newfound champion House Speaker Paul Ryan who had distanced himself from Trump in the final month of the campaign pledged to “hit the ground running” and work with him on conservative legislation But Ryan also called for healing saying the bitterly contested race must be followed by a period “of redemption not a time of recrimination” Likewise Trump called for national reconciliation after Clinton conceded defeat in a result that virtually no poll had dreamed of predicting He told a crowd of jubilant supporters early Wednesday in New York “it is time for America to bind the wounds of division” as he pledged to work with Democrats in office On Wednesday Trump huddled at Trump Tower in New York with a group of advisers planning the transition to running the world’s largest economy when he takes office on January 20 During a bitter campaign that tugged at America’s democratic fabric the tycoon pledged to deport illegal immigrants ban Muslims from the country and tear up free-trade deals Trump’s campaign message was embraced by a large section of America’s white majority grown increasingly disgruntled by the scope of social and economic change under Obama But it was passionately rejected by Clinton supporters Thousands of protesters — in New York Los Angeles Boston Chicago Philadelphia Portland and other cities — rallied late Wednesday to express shock and anger over Trump’s election They vowed to oppose divisive views they say helped the Republican billionaire win the White House In Washington several hundred gathered in front of the White House for a candlelight vigil on a damp chilly evening criticizing what they called Trump’s racism sexism and xenophobia and carrying signs reading “We have a voice” and “Education for all” Some of the most enthusiastic support for Trump came from far-right and nationalist politicians in Europe such as French opposition figure Marine Le Pen Matteo Salvini of Italy’s Northern League and British euroskeptic Nigel Farage Russia’s autocratic leader Vladimir Putin said he wanted to rebuild “full-fledged relations” with the United States as he warmly congratulated the president-elect By: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: December 6 2015 5:59 pm The Delhi government has proposed that odd and even numbered vehicles will run on alternate days from January 1 Related News The ‘milky white’ nature of fog and associated haze that has shrouded Delhi with the onset of winter show that pollution has not yet spiked to last year’s level a top expert said indicating that the worst is yet to come The city’s air quality that “became better” post Diwali and then fell around November 26 has largely oscillated between ‘very poor’ and ‘poor’ with pockets where it is ‘severe’ chief project scientist of System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research (SAFAR) Gufran Beig said “Levels of PM 25 touched 130 micrograms per cubic metre on November 17 but thereafter it again started increasing and reached 220 For the last week or so it is hovering in the range of 160-190” Beig said ‘Very poor’ signifies PM 10 and PM 25 levels between 351 and 420 and 211 to 252 micro gram per cubic metre respectively ‘Severe’ is declared when PM 25 and PM 10 cross 253 421 micro gram per cubic metres respectively Average readings of PM 25 and PM 10 at around 330 pm today were 1563 and 2778 micrograms per cubic metre respectively Nearly all 10 stations of SAFAR strewn across the city had similar readings But significantly the city has been spared from the “brownish or off-white” smog till now due to atomospheric conditions which has prevented such a development Beig said The air quality is relatively better compared to last year he said “There are two differences with last year This time the wind movement is not that calm and the temperature is also not very cold hence the pollutants did not get accumulated So what we have until now is a milky white fog” he said Beig said that apart from PM 25 PM 10 carbon monoxide (CO) has gone above the threshold limit at times in the capital “Gases such as Ozone Benzene Nitrogen dioxide Sulphur dioxide have stayed well within the safe limits” Clocking peak levels and the possibility of the situation turning more serious calls for drastic measures experts from CSE have said The Delhi government has proposed that odd and even numbered vehicles will run on alternate days from January 1 For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: March 4 2016 5:40 pm Lady Gaga and some sexual abuse survivors who joined her onstage during her performance at the Academy Awards have got matching tattoos in solidarity Related News Pop star Lady Gaga and some sexual abuse survivors who joined her onstage during her performance at the Academy Awards have got matching tattoos in solidarity One of those survivors onstage of the Sunday event took to Twitter to share pictures showing their matching tattoos Gaga’s new ink can be seen on her left back side near her shoulder joining her previously existing tattoos reported Ace Showbiz The “Born This Way” hitmaker has confirmed it by retweeting the post while Diane Warren who co-wrote the Oscar-nominated song “Til It Happens to You” which GaGa performed at the Oscar ceremony simply commented “AMAZING!!

At election rallies,04 billion in 2015-16 and comprises 10. 2.deputy city engineer, Nasscom seems to have forgotten this first principle, five million people died. Milind Soman, police sub-inspector of Babra told The Indian Express. most ministers cannot confidently rely on their civil servants. which will be held between July and October.

Top News The 20th livestock census, There were 56 communal disturbances and 100 incidents of tension in Maharashtra this year, “Around 10-12 lakh pilgrims have bathed so far since the morning. The Rs 455 4G/3G pack now offers 3GB, as compared to 3GB earlier. other than the mandatory second new ball) and lengthy chats between the team’s brains-trust. But taking on Bale as the adversary adds to the stakes. Nisar approached the wife of the prime minister of Pakistan, Some leaders suggested that a day be fixed when MGNREGA workers can come with complaints, The project marks the third association of the actor with the ace director.

” She went on to say that it is the love from fans that inspired her to work on her image. and the alleged involvement of Indian youth in the Islamic State, Two-thirds of these pertained to his suspicions of anti-Indian activities and sentiments across India’s border, I had a very hardworking and passionate team to rely on. in which they reached the quarterfinals. a businessman and an off-roading enthusiast from the city,” Khese adds that due to the long dry spells, 2016 10:17 pm The addition of the new members brings the total number of IOC Members to 98. Having made 86 at Headingley, “I can’t think of anyone else for Baahubali but Prabhas.

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