Sarla reaches Abhi

Sarla reaches Abhi’s house and says to Dadi that she tried to stop her for not bringing Pragya in her house and now she is dead. Al Najab and Al Siddique, Abhishek Bachchan,38 cr]. I was like, she represents the woman who does not care about ‘log kya kahenge’.

are the only group-stage newcomers.”, Tata Motors managed to sell just 1.The sales are progressively increasing with good response to the Nano 2012. Winning hearts worldwide!We are grateful for all the [email protected] @aliaa08 @Varun_dvn @DharmaMovies @apoorvamehta18 @foxstarhindi pictwittercom/aHWjYetWeY — Karan Johar (@karanjohar) April 3 2017 The film is estimated to be made on a budget of Rs 45-50 crore This includes Rs 30 crore as its cost of production and Rs 10-15 crore for promotions and advertisements “The film has been promoted in an amazing way So if we look at the landing cost one-fourth of it would have been recovered by selling satellite rights for Rs 10-15 crore plus the money they would have recovered by selling music rights rest would be recovered by the business they will do at the box office” film distributor Akshaye Rathi earlier told indianexpresscom Also Read:Twinkle Khanna wants Karan Johar to make My Name is Khanna with her watch video Made under Dharma Productions Badrinath Ki Dulhania is a spin-off of 2014 film Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania This is the third time that Alia and Varun are working together in a film after Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania and Student of the Year The film was released on 2700 screens For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Partha Sarathi Biswas | Pune | Published: June 17 2017 4:23 am Primary cooperative societies work at the village level and collect milk for taluka and district level dairies These dairies in turn work for the state brand which in Maharashtra is Mahananda Top News In another push to dairy industry to go cashless the state government has directed primary cooperative milk producers societies to ensure 100 per cent payment to their members via bank transfer Failure of the societies to adhere to the same will attract action by the state government Primary cooperative societies work at the village level and collect milk for taluka and district level dairies These dairies in turn work for the state brand which in Maharashtra is Mahananda Farmers are paid by the village level societies at a regular basis who in turn are paid by the district level cooperatives While dairies normally take the bank route to pay the primary societies the farmers are mostly paid in cash by the societies Maharashtra has 12299 such societies functional now Demonetisation last year had resulted in delayed payment to farmers as dairies scrambled to get their farmers in the banking network Private dairies also operate on a similar model but instead of primary cooperative societies they deal with bulk milk chillers (BMC) operators and agents who in turn pay the farmers The payment to the BMC operators are mostly done through banking mode while farmers are paid in cash With dairy being a cash-intensive business farmers prefer payment in cash to meet their immediate demands like that of fodder feed etc The government resolution (GR) issued by the department of animal husbandry fisheries and dairy development has given the primary societies two months time to ensure 100 per cent cashless payment to their members Failure to do so the GR said will attract action from government Cooperative dairies have given a cautious welcome to the move Mohan Yadav the spokesperson of the Kolhapur District Cooperative Milk Producers Union – which sells dairy products under the brand Gokul – said almost 90 per cent of their 55 lakh farmers are now being paid through the bank mode “We will have to give direction to our 5000 societies to ensure 100 per cent bank transfer” he said Dr Vivek Ksheersagar managing director of the Pune district cooperative milk producers union the owner of brand Katraj said while the dairy pays the societies through bank mode around 50 per cent farmers still get payment in cash For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Martin Sherman | Updated: January 22 2016 12:07 am India’s Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj speaks during the 70th session of the United Nations General Assembly (AP Photo/Seth Wenig) Related News As 2015 drew to an end reports appeared in the Indian and Israeli press of an event of potentially far-reaching strategic importance which went largely unmentioned in the mainstream media in the West The reports referred to the successful testing of the “Barak-8” long-range surface-to-air missile somewhere in the Indian Ocean from the Indian navy’s stealth destroyer INS Kolkata The Barak-8 (“Lightening” in Hebrew) brimming with cutting-edge technology is the product of a joint Indo-Israeli development endeavour It reflects precisely the culmination of a process envisaged in a policy-paper this writer had co-authored with the late ML Sondhi as far back as 1998 when Indo-Israeli relations were still in their infancy The study — one of the very first to identify the ascendancy of India as a strategic power and the potentially profound significance of this for Israel — recognised both the necessity of and the mutual benefits entailed in joint-Indo-Israeli development initiatives And it designated the naval sphere to be of particular promise: “…sea power could become a factor of increasing significance Israel’s long-term strategic need to strengthen its navy… corresponds well with India’s desire to extend its maritime capabilities” The successful Barak-8 test constitutes a ringing endorsement of that prognoses and also a fitting precursor to the just-concluded visit of India’s External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj to Israel The visit on the heels of one by President Pranab Mukherjee last October and ahead of a speculated visit by Prime Minister Narendra Modi signifies that India no longer feels the need to keep its burgeoning ties with Israel discreetly low-profile Commonly cited constraints that reportedly inhibited more demonstrative warmth between the two countries were: One the wish to avoid angering India’s large Muslim minority; and two concern for the considerable expatriate Indian community working in the Arab Gulf states However of late it appears that the “dampening” effect of these factors has waned For in what seems to be a discernible change in its voting pattern in international institutions India has refrained from voting against Israel in various UN bodies as it did in the past preferring to abstain from anti-Israel resolutions Since the establishment of diplomatic relations almost a quarter-century ago the bilateral relationship has grown steadily irrespective of which party has been in power But while it’s true that it was a Congress government led by then-PM PV Narasimha Rao that initiated the normalisation between the two countries there has always been a perceptible sense of greater warmth in the relationship under BJP governments This enhanced ambience of Indo-Israeli amitié is certainly the case with the Modi government Indeed the appointment of the unabashedly pro-Israel Swaraj as foreign minister who when in opposition served as chairperson of the Indo-Israel Parliamentary Friendship Group (2006-09) and reportedly sees former Israeli premier Golda Meir as a role model certainly seems to symbolise the desire for enhanced ties between the two countries Strengthening bilateral ties entails potentially huge benefits for both parties Trade has grown more than 20-fold since formal diplomatic ties were established — from a meagre $200 million to almost $5 billion today For Israel an uptick in its relations with India couldn’t have come at a more fortuitous time — especially given the chilly winds blowing its way from the European Union with talk of punitive economic measures evermore prevalent The recent European decision to label Israeli merchandise produced beyond the pre-1967 frontiers has made Israeli concerns all the more tangible In contrast to Europe’s dark past of animosity towards the Jews India’s history has virtually no record of any significant anti-Semitism This together with the burgeoning Indian middle class with its increasing purchasing power and the fact that India will soon be the world’s third-largest economy makes it a lucrative target for Israeli business not only in its own right but as a strategic alternative to the EU should further restrictions on Israeli products be imposed by Brussels The prospect of enhanced trade with the East in general and India in particular clearly enhances the importance of the Indian Ocean theatre for Israel as a commercial maritime route Accordingly cooperation and coordination with the Indian navy is likely to become an increasingly important factor in ensuring the secure passage of cargo in both directions But for Israel commerce is not the only reason for the increased importance of the Indian Ocean Indeed given the spectre of a resurgent Iran unencumbered by international sanctions and its coffers replenished by the nuclear deal the waters of the Indian Ocean have assumed critical significance for Israel’s security as reflected by its recently expanded and modernised submarine fleet The potential for mutually beneficial collaboration between India and Israel spans virtually the entire spectrum of human endeavour — from national security on land sea and air through cutting-edge civilian technology in medicine food production and communications to cultural exchanges enhancement of water management and rural development But beyond that there appears to be a special affinity between the two peoples that transcends cordial government-to-government relations The visit of the top diplomat of the world’s largest democracy Sushma Swaraj to the world’s most beleaguered one was built on this foundation The writer a former advisor to the Israeli government is founder and executive director of the Israel Institute for Strategic Studies For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Jammu | Published: May 8 2012 7:02 pm Related News Asserting that vexed Kashmir issue between India and akistan has been hampering the development of the entire sub-continentruling National Conference (NC) today favoured autonomy for the state to resolve the problem “NC believes autonomy is a way forward in resolution of this problem and I do not think anybody should have serious reservations against it” party spokesperson and Member Legislative Assembly Sajad Ahmed Kichloo saidaddressing a party meeting at Kishtwar today “The road-map of the National Conference was key for resolution of the vexed issuewhich has been a flash point between the two neighbouring countries and has hampered the development of the entire sub-continent” he said He said that the party is committed for strong coalition bounds and united efforts of the ruling alliance to ensure peaceprosperity and development across the state For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Updated: February 6 2017 5:11 pm MicroHammer a cellular-scale machine built to tap strike squeeze and poke individual neural progenitors elicits responses which can help unlock the mysteries of the brain ( Image for representation Source: Thinkstock) Related News Researchers have created world’s tiniest hammer to precisely measure how force affects brain cells an advance that may pave the way for better treatments against traumatic brain injuries and diseases like Alzheimer’s Researchers at University of California Santa Barbara in the US have built a tiny machine called microHammer “Mechanical forces have been shown to impact cells a lot” said Kimberly Turner from UC Santa Barbara Watch all our videos from Express Technology Far from being isolated units of life cells – stem cells in particular – take cues from their environment that for example direct them to differentiate into one type of cell or another or to start healing processes However a major limitation to understanding the reactions of individual neural cells to forces has been the inability to reliably apply impact or pressure to them MicroHammer a cellular-scale machine built to tap strike squeeze and poke individual neural progenitors elicits responses that will then be studied and recorded to add to a body of knowledge that can help unlock the mysteries of the brain Modelled after cell-sorting technology used typically for medical diagnostics and immunotherapies the MicroHammer flows individual cells through and subjects each of them to one of a variety of physical forces “This project will enable precision measurements of the physical chemical and biological changes that occur when cells are subjected to mechanical loading ranging from small perturbations to high-force high-speed impacts” said Megan Valentine from UC Santa Barbara “Our technology will provide significantly higher forces and faster impact cycles than have previously been possible and by building these tools onto microfluidic devices we can leverage a host of other on-chip diagnostics and imaging tools and can collect the cells after testing for longer-term studies” said Valentine Also Read:From the lab: A small step towards treating brain tumour With the new devices and methods Valentine said the researchers expect to gain fundamentally new insight into the causes and progress of brain injuries due to trauma The MicroHammer is currently undergoing the process of characterisation whereby the types and magnitudes of forces it can apply are being measured and recorded in anticipation of the first set of neuron-smashing experiments The knowledge gained by these experiments could pave the way toward a better understanding of neural conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease as well as traumatic brain injury It may also lead to better prevention of such injuries by elucidating for instance what types of forces affect the neural cells most so helmets can be designed to buffer them It will have broad applications beyond brain cell research and help researchers gain insight on how forces affect other cells and tissue types For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related News” I said 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New Zealand and Pakistan,about 9 per cent of the vote in the entire state ? It is also the latest of many steps Francis has taken to revitalise the church at a time when it appears to be losing its appeal. articulated by the army in 2011-12 was the first strategically oriented WHAM programme in Kashmir. The forensic report had indicated that the nitrate traces were found on both hands of the victim. and hence does not qualify to be a supply per se. The real threat today lies in our heads, ?increased threat perception. The legislators maintained that in order to carry out developmental work fearlessly police protection is required Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit too agreed that security of MLAs was of paramount importance. 27.

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