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Vijay added that he considers himself extremely lucky to have watched the film much before its theatrical release. The resolve to stand her ground came from her grandmother Yadugiri Devi,” she said. According to the India Meteorological Department, – Kumar Sangakkara has managed 12, It is the single largest nuclear power station in India. Dharmesh, I reached the spot and rushed two of the passengers who seemed most critically injured in a three-wheeler to the hospital, said Hukam Singhan eyewitness According to the policeDharmesh and Prakash were brothers They lived in Colony No 4 Tarlochan was a resident of Mani Majra Man Singh lived in Bapu Dham Colony while Krishan Lal was a resident of Mauli Jagran A case has been registered at the Sector 31 police station For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Published: February 3 2017 2:31 pm The object that slammed into surface of Mars one million years ago ejected rocks into space In turn it fell as meteorites when it came into contact with earth’s atmosphere (Source: NASA) Related News Scientists have uncovered evidence of at least two billion years of volcanic activity on Mars after analysing a meteorite from the red planet The finding confirms that some of the longest-lived volcanoes in the solar system may be found on the red planet Shield volcanoes and lava plains formed from lava flowing over long distances similar to the formation of the Hawaiian Islands The largest Martian volcano Olympus Mons is nearly 273 kilometres high That is almost triple the height of Earth’s tallest volcano Mauna Kea at 10 kilometres Watch all our videos from Express Technology The findings offer new clues to how the planet evolved and insight into the history of volcanic activity on Mars said Tom Lapen a professor at the University of Houston in the US Much of what we know about the composition of rocks from volcanoes on Mars comes from meteorites found on Earth Analysis of different substances provides information about the age of the meteorite its magma source length of time in space and how long the meteorite was on Earth’s surface Something slammed into the surface of Mars one million years ago hitting a volcano or lava plain This impact ejected rocks into space Fragments of these rocks crossed Earth’s orbit and fell as meteorites The meteorite known as Northwest Africa 7635 and discovered in 2012 was found to be a type of volcanic rock called a shergottite Eleven of these Martian meteorites with similar chemical composition and ejection time have been found “We see that they came from a similar volcanic source Given that they also have the same ejection time we can conclude that these come from the same location on Mars” said Lapen Together these meteorites provide information about a single location on Mars Previously analysed meteorites range in age from 327 million to 600 million years old Also Read:Mars surface too dry to be habitable say NASA scientists In contrast the meteorite analysed by researchers was formed 24 billion years ago and suggests that it was ejected from one of the longest-lived volcanic centres in the solar system The study was published in the journal Science Advances For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Associated Press | Bangkok | Published: June 10 2014 11:21 am In this photo taken May 17 2014 Weluree Ditsayabut poses after she was crowned Miss Universe Thailand at the competition in Bangkok Thailand Weluree has resigned less than a month into her reign after being harshly criticized on social media over her political comments and looks Source: AP Related News Miss Universe Thailand has resigned less than a month into her reign after being harshly criticized on social media over her political comments and looks Weluree Ditsayabut 22 tearfully announced she was giving up the title that would have allowed her to compete in the international Miss Universe pageant The actress and former talk show host said Monday she was initially pleased to have won the title but that the hail of brutal comments on social media blasting her outspoken political views and calling her fat had hurt her family Weluree was criticized for comments she posted on Facebook attacking the ‘Red Shirt’ supporters of the former government whom she accused of opposing Thailand’s monarchy and calling for the execution of their leaders “You Red Shirts you get out of here” she wrote in mid-November before winning her title “Thailand’s soil is dirty because of anti-monarchy people like you” Weluree said that because of the criticism “the happiness we used to have disappeared totally” “When I saw my mom not being able to sleep at night I couldn’t either” she told a news conference She didn’t specify which remarks she found most hurtful Weluree’s comments struck at the heart of Thailand’s long-running political crisis expressing the attitude of the country’s educated elite and royalists toward the government of then-Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra Yingluck who was backed by many in Thailand’s rural north and northeast was forced to step down last month and the military soon afterward staged a coup against the elected civilian government Thai society has been sharply polarized since 2006 when Yingluck’s brother then-Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra was ousted in a coup and subsequently fled into exile to avoid a corruption conviction Since then until the recent coup Thaksin’s opponents and the Red Shirts staged competing protests in an ongoing battle for political power For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: June 3 2015 12:42 am Prime Minister Narendra Modi Related News The Organiser has an open letter by a “nameless” writer that makes an appeal to “let the PM do his job” Taking a swipe at analysts for their take on Narendra Modi and his government over its first year’s performance it says everyone wants the PM to perform as if there were no tomorrow “do it now or never” Pointing out that the expectations were high the writer says “…one needs to understand that the NDA government at the Centre under the leadership of Narendra Modi has to first undertake a cleansing process — cleansing of theexisting system in which several ills thrived for decades” It adds “criticise our PM and prove yourself an intellectual It costs nothing Millions are doing so They want Modi and his government to perform instantaneously But Modi is not a magician…” The writer advises looking into the “adversities Modi and his government have been facing since the day it came to power” Narrating instances including the beef ban in Maharashtra for which the writer feels Modi was wrongly blamed the letter says “Can anyone go to a Muslim locality and set up a shop selling pork Just give it a try… Probably the person won’t get back as he may himself get slaughtered because selling or consuming pork in Islam is ‘Haraam’ So why expect Hindus to approve cow slaughter For centuries cow has been worshipped by the Hindus… Any person who has read history well… must be aware that Mughal emperor Akbar imposed a ban on cow slaughter Was Akbar a right-wing activist” The letter concludes by saying the PM should be allowed to focus on his work Communist Future In an interview to the Organiser political scientist and director of the India Policy Foundation Rakesh Sinha says India’s communist parties the CPI and CPM which are “utterly confused about the path they should follow” have no future He predicts that Sitatam Yechury’s election as party general secretary will change the CPM’s tactical line and follow the footprints of Harkishen Singh Surjeet unlike his predecessor Prakash Karat who followed the EMS line making the party “relevant in the corridors of power” Sinha says “rectification programmes would be dumped and [the] party would also gradually drift from Marxism” According to Sinha Yechury is “a social democrat not a communist at all And he knows well communism has lost its relevance Yechury has read more Golwalkar than Marx He is a master misinterpreter” Sinha argues that the CPM’s political ideology document of 2005 praised the RSS for its work among Dalits tribals and in education and appealed to the party to follow the RSS’s example He says the communist leadership has failed to integrate its social base with workers and peasants Sinha argues the communist parties’ failure in addressing the youth has led to its decline among youngsters “Communists failed to understand that Hinduism is a way of life” he says and cites this as a reason for “the communists’ hatred towards Hinduism” Indian Education The Panchajanya editorial harps on the “Indianisation” of education by giving more thrust to ancient and traditional knowledge It clarifies that the argument certainly is not that we should re-introduce the gurukul form of education and do away with computers and English: “The idea is [to] make our students aware of the knowledge gained by our sages and their philosophies which can provide guidance to the world…” “Indian philosophy is about taking our education to new heights Only when education broadens your horizons does it bring knowledge When knowledge comes it benefits not just the individual but also gives a new direction to society” it argues Compiled by Liz Mathew For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: February 7 2017 10:23 pm Shahid Kapoor is essaying the role of Raja Ratan Singh in the Indian period drama Top News After members of the Rajput Karni Sena stalled filming of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmavati for allegedly presenting “distorted facts” in the movie one of its leading casts Shahid Kapoor has said that the film’s shooting will resume soon The group even roughed up Bhansali and the Padmavati team when the director along with his crew was shooting at Jaigarh Fort Without giving much details Shahid told reporters here “I don’t want to talk much about it We just want to complete the shooting People should see the film and judge it after watching They will resume shooting soon and we will continue shooting “I don’t know the details as I am promoting “Rangoon” right now” Shahid 35 is essaying the role of Raja Ratan Singh in the Indian period drama which also stars Deepika Padukone as queen Padmavati and Ranveer Singh as Alauddin Khilji Talking about his look in the movie Shahid said “When you play a king you need to have a certain personality That time people were not very skinny so I need to have manly personality So to carry the outfits and all Sanjay sir wants me to be muscular fuller” “Gaining weight in terms of muscles and not in terms of fats I am playing the character of a warrior… The Rajput kings had a very strong personality” The actor is all set for the release of his upcoming movie Rangoon The film will be released on February 24 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsThe Congress eventually did what it should have done in the first place to stem the disaffection within its Arunachal Pradesh unit ie remove Nabam Tuki from chief ministership But the Congress is not known to heed voices of discontent within its ranks Rather what the party is known for is its top-down hierarchical organisational structure strictly controlled from Delhi It is known to practice a durbari culture that has time and again propelled the party to slight regional leaders and pay a high electoral price for such neglect Despite these steep – and repeatedly felt – political costs the Congress however continues to solely depend on the Gandhi family and its loyalists to bail the party out from crises And crisis is what now largely defines the Congress party – whether in the form of periodic revelations of scams suggesting the direct or indirect involvement of top party leaders or rebellions frequently breaking out in the party’s regional units Representational image AFP Following Arunachal Pradesh’s change of leadership The Indian Express report on Sunday said: “The Congress on Saturday pulled off a coup in Arunachal Pradesh bringing the rebels back into its fold six months after they deserted the party under the leadership of Kalikho Pul – the Nabam Tuki government fell as a consequence” The eleventh hour leadership change indeed carried the imprint of a desperate face-saver though the Congress maintained that it had been engaged in a dialogue with the rebel leaders for over a month However why the party bosses particularly the high command at 10 Janpath did not open a line of communication even earlier is a question that is still unanswered A timely intervention by the Congress President Sonia Gandhi and Vice-President Rahul Gandhi perhaps could have made stymied the BJP’s plans of engineering defections and using them to serve its political ambitions in the North East It is true that this time around the last-minute negotiations with Tuki and the rebels have extricated the Congress from the potential embarrassment it could have faced on the floor of the House in case of a floor test But serious questions about the Congress’ arrogant organisational culture will continue to haunt it in the weeks and months to come Has the party learnt any valuable lessons from the recent crises in Arunachal Pradesh and before that in Uttarakhand So far the answer seems to be in the negative In fact it seems to have become a practice in the Congress to careen from one crisis to another – especially in the states The high command’s lack of interest in nurturing home-grown regional leaders has already cost the party dearly Recall in this context the party’s failure in Assam to retain within its fold the effective former minister and state Congress leader Himanta Biswa Sarma (who joined the BJP) His departure was significant to the party’s subsequent electoral loss in the recently concluded elections in May However notwithstanding the accumulated costs of ignoring grievances of state leaders the Congress continues on a path of self-destruction Following its disastrous performance in the last Assembly polls in Uttar Pradesh (UP) in 2012 the Congress should have used the next five-years to build up local leadership in the state Instead the party is now projecting the thrice-elected former Chief Minister of Delhi Sheila Dikshit as its Chief Ministerial face in next year’s Assembly elections This tendency to ignore party sentiments on the ground holds true in most states for the Congress Contrast this with the BJP’s strategy and its electoral success – a large part of which can be attributed to the emergence of powerful state leaders who are nurtured by the party’s central leadership While inner-party dissension and the rise of factions are inevitable corollaries of any organisation ignoring them for a prolonged period of time can only damage a political party: a fact that the fate of the Congress is making apparent to us today Even in the other states of the North East the Congress is in trouble A section of Congress legislators and leaders in Meghalaya believe that the present three-term Chief Minister Mukul Sangma should be replaced with a new face before the state heads into Assembly polls in 2018 The Congress high command also had to stave off a crisis in Manipur recently when a section of disgruntled legislators revolted against Chief Minister Okram Ibobi Singh The common complaint cutting across various disaffected factions relates to the party leadership’s indifference Usually – if we follow the general pattern – the Congress lets intra-party disquiet simmer and escalate into a full-blown rebellion before getting into crisis management mode Unfortunately in our current political context this approach is simply not enough to revive a party on the brink of irrelevance eighth-ranked Wimbledon semi-finalist Tomas Berdych,came to his office and threatened him.

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