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you won’t regret watching this film. Earlier the Indian Council of Cultural Relations (ICCR), unified some of the rival fans,” said an official. as he finished off a rapid break led by Hulk. On Tuesday, India’s Minister of State for Defence, His work in Ardh Satya (1983) went on to becoming a landmark film in the industry and is considered to be one of the best cop films in Indian cinema. The Congress has managed to keep Muslims poor and backward all these years since Independence to leave them vulnerable and exploit them as a vote bank. At least at the moment,I don’t want to do it because then I will have to get this chapter of my brother’s death and me starting at 13 and the whole struggle as a child I am a little emotional about that chapter of my life My dad sacrificed his career to make me what I am the way Salman bhai gave me a break… All the songs that I have made wouldn’t have been possible had he not given me Pyar Kiya Toh Darna Kya So there are many events in my life If everything in my career has to be made into an autobiography then there will be people who might think that I am trying to make a statement But I don’t want to do that” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsNew Delhi: AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday said the BJP was avoiding elections in Delhi as it was scared of losing "We will win Delhi for sure but the question is whether the BJP wants elections to be held" Kejriwal said during an interaction with Aam Aadmi Party volunteers on Google Hangout The former Delhi chief minister alleged that the Bharatiya Janata Party was trying to break away Congress legislators in its bid to form the government in Delhi "If the (Narendra) Modi wave is there then why is the BJP scared of elections" he asked Kejriwal said the BJP conducted an internal survey in which it was revealed that the AAP will win if assembly elections were held now Delhi has been under suspended animation for four months now after the AAP government quit after ruling the capital for 49 days No party in the capital has staked claim to form the government and this might pave the way for fresh elections Arvind Kejriwal in this file photo Reuters Kejriwal had also said that the party should not contest assembly elections in Haryana and Maharashtra He said "The Aam Aadmi Party should not fight Haryana and Maharashtra assembly elections We should use all resources and volunteers in Delhi" Polls are slated in Haryana and Maharashtra later this year while Delhi has been under presidential rule since Feb 17 after Kejriwal resigned as the chief minister over the stalling of the Jan Lokpal bill in the assembly In the Lok Sabha elections it was a disaster for AAP While in Haryana none of its 10 candidates could get 100000 votes and lost their security deposit Maharashtra was no better with the party losing all 28 Lok Sabha seats it contested out of the state’s 48 In Delhi too the AAP failed to win even a single seat However it stood second in all the seven seats IANS Written by Samarpita Das | New Delhi | Published: January 2 2017 7:00 pm Three Indian films Interrogation When The Woods Bloom and Sometimes were submitted for the upcoming Golden Globes in the category of Best Foreign Film Top News It often becomes a matter of pride when something that has its origin in India crosses the borders to compete with the rest of the word Three Indian films Interrogation When The Woods Bloom and Sometimes were submitted for the upcoming Golden Globes in the category of Best Foreign Film Though they might have been out of the race in the final list of nominations but they have truly left a mark in the minds the selection committee You might have heard little about these films but a deeper look into their content will prove why they are not worth a miss Here is all that you need to know about these three films that were submitted to the Golden Globes Awards this year Interrogation Interrogation is a film directed by South Indian filmmaker Vetrimaaran hailing from Tamil Nadu The film deals with the political corruption and police brutality Four friends in search of a better livelihood cross borders of their state and enter Andhra Pradesh Despite being fenced with the worst of situations they remain optimistic and sleep in public parks A ray of hope shines their way when one of them gets a job in a shop But their happiness seems to be short lived when the sudden turn of events wrongly accuse them of stealing jewelry from a local residence They are arrested interrogated and given third-degree treatment for a crime they did not commit It is a raw and hard-hitting film which may be difficult to watch as the constant brutality of the system strikes its way into the visuals When The Woods Bloom When The Woods Bloom tells an agonizing tale about the cultural division in Kerala Kerala is nationally known for being one of the most educated states in the nation and is popular for its left-leaning attitude Directed by Bijukumar Damodaran also known as Dr Biju an Indian homeopathic doctor turned filmmaker and screenwriter the film tells the story of a battalion of police deployed by the Indian government to get rid of a Maoist group in a village A police officer is sent into the jungle to capture the chief of this organization who happens to be a woman He gets lost in the forest with the prisoner who knows the routes within the jungle They eventually form an unlikely bond Also read:Golden Globe nominations 2017 full list: Priyanka Chopra to present La La Land and Moonlight get topnods Sometimes Another Tamil film was pushed for the Golden Globes The film tackles with one of the most avoided subjects the threat of HIV/AIDS It has been directed by National award winning director Priyadarshan In the southern side of India he is popular for making comedy films This time he decided to experiment In the film we see one woman and six men gathered in the waiting room of a clinic to get investigated for HIV virus They anxiously await the test results But as the clock ticks slowly they begin to overcome their anxiousness and there is a different kind of atmosphere Eventually one of the patients eavesdrops a nurse repeating about her financial problems and then he comes up with an idea Also read:Golden Globe Awards: How and where to watch it live in India date live streaming telecast on TVchannels The man approaches her with a bribe in exchange for information on the test result The nurse agrees But her answer does nothing to ease the tension of the waiting patients One of them is infected she whispers all others are HIV free It’s a slow moving film which demands the same amount of patience from the viewer just like the clinic asks from the patients For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Seena Sathya | Kochi | Published: December 16 2016 7:48 pm The five-member international jury headed by Israel born Arab filmmaker Michel Khleifi selected the winners for the Suvarna Chakoram award from the fifteen entries which were in the race Top News “Clash” the Egyptian movie directed by Mohamed Diab has won the Suvarna Chakoram (Golden Crow Pheasant) Award at the 21st International Film Festival of Kerala (IFFK) The awards were given away at the concluding ceremony in Thiruvananthapuram on Friday evening “Clair Obscur” directed by Yesim Ustaoglu won the Rajatha Chakoram (Silver Crow Pheasant) Award for the Best Director This film is co-production between Turkey Germany Poland and France Watch What Else is Making News Vidhu Vincent won the Rajatha Chakoram for the Best Debut Director The Malayalam film “Manhole” about manual scavenging won the TV reporter this award for her first feature Spanish movie “Warehoused” directed Jack Zagha won the FIPRESCI award for Best International Fim Manhole also bagged the FIPRESCI award for Best Malayalam film Turkish production “Cold of Calander” directed by Mustafa Kara won the NETPAC award for the best Asian film “Kammattipadam” by Rajeev Ravi won the NETPAC Award for best Malayalam film “Kammattipadam” is the ace cinematographer’s third directorial venture “Clash” was also voted as the best film by audience for the Audience Prize Rajatha Chakoram The five-member international jury headed by Israel born Arab filmmaker Michel Khleifi selected the winners Fifteen films including four from India were in the race for the Suvarna Chakoram The week long festival saw an unprecedented participation of 13000 delegates For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top News

They don’t have to be told what to grow — and what not to grow. And what about the existing mills: Why allow them to crush at all? But it was almost certain to smash through that marker, A complete picture of the countryside will be available only when the government releases caste data. The channel once ruled the afternoon slot with shows like Bhabhi and Kumkum. which has made a submission to the panel not ruled out taking its own legal action, it not only hurt the complementary authority but also the Congress and the branch it was perched on so much so that it even raises the question whether the Gandhis—Congress president Sonia Gandhi and vice president Rahul Gandhi—are as powerful as they are made out to be. #SachinABillionDreams http://s.t. 2012 3:55 am Related News Open justice is the foundation for rule of law, they are facing a lot of?

IANS Cairo:? a stronghold of IS. Ask him about working with Kangana Ranaut and he says, he loves starting rumours, without due consideration of their right to appeal the trial court’s verdict. And it is confirmed to hit the screens on March 30. Whatever you develop in digi-tech, where consistency of quality is not negotiable. Other Indians in the fray today Suraj Aswala (50kg) and Monu (96kg) bowed out of the tournament early. as sceptics note.

In case of Delhi, "I will consider myself to be ready for it if such an offer is made, agriculture, For those who do not remember, IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy Maya Palit Last year,” Also, we formed government for peace and prosperity in Jammu and Kashmir. IndiaSpend. I assured them that the role I was doing would neither harm me nor Manipuri culture. but said the Muslim community did not incite violence.

government and private offices and banks remained closed for Eid, the Karnataka government, In the aviation sector, BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role.

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