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When the famous Indian filmstar, Is there some subliminal relationship between mournful and respectable? the Reviewing Committee is taking a view that the film is defamatory to Punjab. Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro has already been launched in India.and China takes every such interference seriously, he said during his meetings with the presidentprime minister and the Maoist leader In other wordshe conveyed to Nepal that if the necessity aroseChina would feel free to interfere in the manner of the restor in its own way Next-door Nepalmore than any other country in South Asia where Chinas interest and involvement are increasing by the dayclearly falls under its sphere of influence Yongs visit had been planned much earlierbut took place at a time when Nepals parliament had failed to elect a prime minister in seven serial contestsand non-Maoist parties and parliament intensely debated the contents of an audio-tapepurported to be a conversation between the UCPN-M foreign affairs cell chiefKB Maharaand an unidentified Chinese officialwith the former demanding Rs 500 million to buy off parliamentarians to form a government under Prachanda The matter did not figure during the high-level meetings with the Yong delegationbut even Madhav Nepal said the Maoists were bringing shame to the nation by indulging in political horse-trading He also said the audio scandal needed to be probed Despite his communist backgroundMadhav Nepal had openly criticised China when it supplied arms to the royal government after India and the European countries had stopped as a protest against the takeover by King Gyanendra in February 2005 His threat to order a probe into the Mahara tape episode when the Chinese delegation was still in the country was perhaps not intended But the Nepali authorities believe that Chinas role in ensuring peace and stability in Nepal has increased manifoldand that Nepal must take both India and China the two neighbours into confidence on this count In factmany believe the failure of Indias post-monarchy Nepal policy has contributed to and legitimised Chinas larger presence in Nepal A year agothe Chinese authorities in Kathmandu forced President Yadav to cancel a visit to a monastery in Bouddha to inaugurate the centenary celebration of a revered Buddhist monkjust an hour before his scheduled arrivalasserting that his presence there would be taken as aiding and abetting anti-Chinese activities The Chinese delegations refusal to stay at a hotel less than a kilometre away from the monastery should be seen as an unprecedented level of intolerance towards the perceived threat President Yadav is to visit China on October 13not on a state visitbut to attend the Shanghai Expo Howeverit would be an occasion for him to assure the Chinese authorities that no matter what the EU policy on Tibet may beNepals territory would be closed for themas in the past But clearlythe Chinese are now dictating exactly how Nepal can back up its assertions with action [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: February 25 2016 1:47 pm Kailash Kher is looking forward to the launch of his mythological TV series “Baba Kedarnath” Related News Singer-composer Kailash Kher now a producer says there are some filmmakers who highlight the “helplessness of India” in their movies in the name of creativity But he as an artiste will never follow suit as he believes that India has the power to heal the world Kailash is looking forward to the launch of his mythological TV series “Baba Kedarnath” which is backed by the Uttarakhand government With a strong spiritual content the TV show will introduce the “Teri deewani” hitmaker as a producer He says he would like to take up more projects revolving around the country as a producer but would never be part of a TV show or a movie that focusses on the poverty or other problems of India “There are filmmakers like Shyam Benegal who continue to explore the real Indian art Even Ashutosh Gowariker makes films about India like ‘Swades’ or ‘Lagaan’ They are some of the filmmakers who present India in a good light; otherwise people tend to make money by showing poverty of India and helplessness of India mostly in the name of creativity “This gives the impression that India is a poor country Irrespective of the strength of the script I will never show India like that I will show that India can save the world which is infected by depression and loneliness” Kailash told IANS in an interview The singer who hails from Meerut also added that India is widely known for yoga and so can propagate good health and happiness “In India you don’t need pills there is so much of affection and warmth We (he and his Kailasa band) recently went to Shillong by road Wherever we stopped they offered us water And there was so much of warmth… That’s our spiritual strength” he added He believes there is “so much of love and warmth” in India that anyone will be healed “People from the west run after India as India has the strength of spiritual healing Why can’t our own people …the generation of today accept that Instead of looking at the west it’s better to recognise our own art mythology spirituality and healing power” said Kailash And so he is doing his own bit “Whatever I do music will reflect me and my music is nothing but spirituality If I write about love my love angle will be about how the universe is made” said the “Allah ke bande” hitmaker As of now Kailash’s new album “Ishq Anokha” and the TV show which has seven songs sung by the industry’s celebrated names like Hema Malini Sonu Nigam Arijit Singh and Shaan are taking up most of his time “Day and night we are working on 16 tracks at a rocket’s speed” he said “For news updates Follow us on Facebook Twitter“ Google+ & Instagram“ For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Los Angeles | Published: September 3 2015 2:44 pm He has never been to India and has little knowledge about the country’s traditions and folklore but Ed Asner is intrigued and says he would probably “investigate it” Top News He has never been to India and has little knowledge about the country’s traditions and folklore but Golden Globe and Emmy award winning actor Ed Asner is intrigued and says he would probably “investigate it” “I know very little about Indian mythology or Hindu mythology but I think it is lovely and interesting If I had more time in my life I would probably investigate it” Asner who is in his early 80s told IANS in Anaheim California He added that though he has travelled extensively across Asia he missed the chance to explore India “I have been to a lot of Asia but I have missed India I’m tired now If you want to take me to India on a magic carpet then I will go with you” Asner quipped As the topic of India swayed towards its popular film industry Bollywood the actor noted that British drama film “Slumdog Millionaire” has pushed its popularity on foreign shores “‘Slumdog Millionaire’ drew attention to Bollywood There has been more focus and more activity since that happened” said the “Out of the Woods” star In his five decade-old career the actor has received acclaim for his work and contribution to the world of cinema He won the Golden Globe Award in Best TV Actor – Drama category in 1980 and 1978 for “Lou Grant” and won the Best Supporting Actor – Television trophy for “Rich Man Poor Man” in 1977 He even scooped the Primetime Emmy Award in 1978 and 1980 in Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series category for “Lou Grant” and in 1977 he won another in Outstanding Single Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Comedy or Drama Series category for “Roots” Asner who has also won Life Achievement Award in 2002 in Screen Actors Guild Awards walked into the hearts of millions once again as Carl Fredricksen a balloon salesman in 2009 film “Up” The actor who ventured into showbiz with TV series “Studio One in Hollywood” in 1957 and went on to do “Armstrong Circle Theatre” in the same year noted the importance of animated films in imbibing good moral values among children “I think they (animation films) have always been influential Even when I was a kid I was influenced I remember ‘Dumbo’ and the brutal treatment of his mother and the poor orphan elephant being treated by mean circus hands… Animated films have become phenomenal now with wonderful lesson to learn from” he said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: May 7 2017 11:08 pm Heena Sidhu won the bronze medal at women’s 10m Air Pistol in Grand Prix of Liberation Plezn 2017 (Source: Express Photo) Top News Heena Sidhu claimed a bronze medal in the women’s 10m Air Pistol as India ended the Grand Prix of Liberation Plezn 2017 Shooting championships with seven medals On the final day of the championship Heena shot 2188 in the eight-woman final won by Greek shooter Anna Korakaki who had won a gold medal in the 25m pistol and a bronze medal in the 10m air pistol at Rio Games Anna sot 2463 to finish ahead of Germany’s rising star 21-year old Michelle Skeries took silver with a score of 2378 India returned from the championship in Czech Republic with a haul of one gold two silver and four bronze medals With the second stage of the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup for Rifle and Pistol slated for later this month in Munich this performance should do the squad a world of good India’s Shri Nivetha Paramanantham had also qualified for the women’s 10m Air Pistol finals but finished fourth behind Heena with a finals score of 1987 Earlier Shri Nivetha had qualified for the finals in 3rd position ahead of Heena who qualified in 5th position but used her class and finals experience to finish among the medals Indians made it to four more finals with Pooja Ghatkar finishing fourth in Women’s 10m Air Rifle Gurpreet Singh finishing 6th in the Men’s 25m Rapid Fire Pistol which was won eventually by Germany’s Olympic champion Christian Reitz and Chain Singh finishing seventh in the Men’s 50m Rifle 3 Positions final Former Olympic Bronze medalist Gagan Narang who competed for the first time for his shooting academy Gun for Glory (the event allowed private participation at own cost) finished 4th in the Men’s 50m Rifle Prone event while Sushil Ghaley representing India finished fifth There were also impressive performances by the Indian men’s 25m Standard Pistol team which swept the medals in the event with Neeraj Kumar winning gold Harpreet Singh silver and Deepak Sharma the bronze medal Veteran women’s Rifle shooter Tejaswini Sawant also won silver in the 50m Rifle Prone event while Pemba Tamang won bronze in the Men’s 25m Centre Fire Pistol For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shubhra Gupta | Mumbai | Published: October 27 2016 6:20 pm 18th Jio MAMI with Star saw the presence of eminent personalities ranging from Karan Johar to Kangana Ranaut Top News How do you watch five films a day Ask me Or anyone like me who has had long practice in spending entire days in dark theatres waiting for the next highly anticipated film to come on finishing it and rushing into the next And the next Twelve hours give or take a few minutes here or there with minor breaks to grab a hurried bite or to straighten a kink in the back at the movies Yes yes yes I have returned from the latest edition of the Mumbai Film Festival all filmed out but raring to get back again My time at the 18th Jio MAMI with Star to give it its mouthful of a moniker has been well spent despite my missing all over again the presence of a central hub where filmmakers and delegates and attendees can hang out It’s something that Kiran Rao and her colleagues Anupama Chopra and Smriti Kiran ( the trio which runs the festival) are aware of but they are also pleased that this year MAMI ‘increased its footprint’ and spread out its wares for more Mumbaikars from Kurla and Mulund to the city centre The unending schlep from one location to another has been made up by solid programming ( international and Indian and the inclusion of some really interesting documentaries) smart side-bars the second edition of the Movie Mela a Comic con-like event which caters to Bollywood fans ( this year’s highlight was the getting together of the cast and crew of ‘Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikander’ even if the venue was not ideal) and endless discussions with other film crazy denizens As an invited guest I could side-step some of the bug-bears that infested the festival like the online booking procedure which showed full houses when there were in fact empty seats This is a problem I’ve seen the world over and there hasn’t been an analytic that has cracked it yet But what I really liked was the ease with which you could walk-in if there was space inside News filtering out on social media tells me that Vikramaditya Motwane’s ‘Trapped’ featuring Rajkummar Rao trapped in a high-rise without `khana’ `bijli’ and `paani’ received a rousing cheer from those who managed to snag a seat I’m kicking myself for having returned at the half-way mark and missing this one and some of the others which looked promising But c’est la vie and all that because this is how it goes : you see some you miss the others Here are the highlights amongst the ones that I watched Who would have thought that Saudi Arabia could come up with such a delightful comedy like ‘ Barakah Meets Barakah’ in which an unlikely romance flowers between an unlikely couple This one I club under the ‘unexpected delights category’ which make up those films you walk into knowing nothing and coming away surprised in a good way Also read |Filmmaking has become a business says JayaBachchan Cristian Mungiu has been wowing us with his films for a while now ( his ‘4 Months 3 weeks and 2 Days’ is a modern classic) ‘Graduation’ gives us a bunch of characters grappling with small things which become big and life itself : there are few filmmakers who can do this with such dexterity and Mungiu is high on that list I missed fest favourite Ken Loach’s ‘I Daniel Blake’ which won the Palm D’Or at Cannes this year but I’m told it will have a theatrical release in early 2017 Good for all of us I made up by catching Mendonca Filho’s ‘Aquarius’ a gentle rumination on the past and present through the eyes of a 65-year-old woman and Thomas Vinterberg’s wry look at humans and how they relate in ‘The Commune’ Also read |Katrina Kaif at MAMI: I don’t classify roles as glamorous anddeglamorous Among the Indian films apart from the opening Konkona Sen Sharma’s atmospheric ‘Death In The Gunj’ I saw the documentary ‘An Insignificant Man’ which tracks the creation of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Despite its obvious datedness ( it was shot during the last Lok Sabha and Delhi state election campaigns) the film is an important document on how a brash new entrant challenged and threw aside entrenched power structures I could go on about what I saw and didn’t but more than anything else this film festival is vital because of where it is situated and what it says about freedom of expression despite the shameful forced dropping of a vintage Pakistani film Watch | A sneak-peek into what happened at the Mumbai Film Festival: Mumbai is the hub of Bollywood whose creative splashes shine a light on how much of India is entertained Whether it is good bad or ugly you can choose what you want to watch What matters is that artists are allowed to do what they do best In this charged atmosphere where filmmakers are being forced into untenable positions of contrition a film festival like MAMI becomes a most valuable space which needs to be nurtured and encouraged Because without cinema you cannot see For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: May 9 2016 5:58 pm Neha Bhasin who has come up with a new single “Nai jaana” says it would be nice if the all girls pop band Viva comes together for one song just for their fans Related News Singer and former member of all girls pop band Viva Neha Bhasin who has come up with a new single “Nai jaana” says it would be nice if the band comes together for one song just for their fans The band which was formed in 2002 also comprised singers Seema Ramchandani Pratichee Mohapatra Mahua Kamat and Anushka Manchanda Asked if Viva would reunite Bhasin told IANS: “It will be nice to come back for one song…even if it is just for the fans but no talks right now” The “Asalaam-e-Ishqum” hitmaker says she is not sure about the band’s reunion “I am not sure about it (Viva reunion) The likelihood of that is on the lesser side than on the more side So I have no idea We all talk Now everybody is busy in their individual careers…” Bhasin added Talking about films the “Dhunki” hitmaker has crooned a romantic number for superstar Salman Khan and Anushka Sharma’s upcoming film “Sultan” “Sultan” is directed by Ali Abbas Zafar For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News a really famous singer,  — Hari 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