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Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said it was working with the agency. The 2017 BRICS Summit may not have much to offer beyond the usual rhetoric and general statements on promise of member cooperation. Also read:? “We have known each other for almost 25 years now. From the day I stepped into their houses and their lives they have been very kind So I think lot of things that we say about each other should not be taken as the truth When Aamir said that it is his way of showing respect and regard and he is being dignified We show each other a lot respect We three are at that stage in our lives that apart from respecting each other we don’t know anything else to do We have to respect each other for whatever we have done” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: March 28 2016 12:48 am Related News Chief minister Devendra Fadnavis’s hometown Nagpur will soon get a biodiversity park built on the model of the Rashtrapati Bhavan garden complete with medicinal and herbal plants The foundation stone for the project coming up on a sprawling plot along the scenic Ambazari pond was laid by chief minister Devendra Fadnavis on Sunday Share This Article Related Article “The biodiversity park will be on the lines of the herbal garden at Rashtrapati Bhavan in Delhi” Fadnavis said “It will have various herbal plants oils and seeds” he added An enclosure with a butterfly zone modelled on the lines of the one in Singapore is also part of the project The government has also taken up watershed development and soil conservation projects along with the biodiversity park The water shed project is to help increase the underground water table to ensure adequate water supply to city and its adjoining towns For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: April 19 2016 4:29 pm After Emraan Hashmi it is Kunaal Roy Kapur who is all set to impress the viewers with his semi bald look in ‘Azhar’ He plays the role of Mohammad Azharuddin’s lawyer and friend Reddy Related News After Emraan Hashmi it is Kunaal Roy Kapur who is all set to impress the viewers with his semi bald look in ‘Azhar’ He plays the role of Mohammad Azharuddin’s lawyer and friend Reddy Kunaal has been given an aged look with the help of prosthetics With a bald patch and a denture he looks unrecognizable Reddy was the person who defended his cricketer friend in the match-fixing scandal Kunaal Roy Kapur said “It took about two hours to get the look because of the prosthetic I had a latex bald piece stuck to my forehead and then there was a wig that went on top of it I was given a denture-like thing to make my face look fuller By the end of the look test I couldn’t recognize myself I was shocked” (Read:‘Azhar’ was never offered to me: Huma Qureshi) Azhar is based on some well-known incidents and facts of former Indian cricket captain Mohammed Azharuddin’s life (Also read:Emraan Hashmi shares ‘latest poster’ of ‘Azhar’) Directed by Tony D’Souza and the film stars Emraan Hashmi Prachi Desai Nargis Fakhri and Lara Dutta The film will release on May 13 Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Alok Singh | New Delhi | Updated: February 18 2017 4:25 am Top News An international-level discus player who won a medal for India in the 2006 SAF Games held in Colombo was among three persons arrested by the Delhi Police Special Cell from New Delhi railway station on charges of peddling methedrone drug also known as ‘meow meow’ Police said the three have been identified as Harpreet Singh 30 Amandeep Singh 29 and Hanish Sarpal 36 They were allegedly involved in an international drug racket and were supplying drugs from Mumbai to Delhi and Punjab Police added that 25 kg drugs worth about Rs 50 crore in the international market have been recovered following the arrest on February 15 Watch what else is making news: Harpreet a resident of west Delhi was a national school champion in discus throw for two years He was the All India Inter University Champion from 2006 to 2008 police sources said He won silver in the Youth Commonwealth Games in Australia in 2004 and went on to win bronze at the SAF Games in 2006 But he soon fell off the map failing a dope test in 2012 after which sanctions were imposed against him He along with Amandeep had brought the consignments — originally from east Africa — from Mumbai to Delhi Police sources said the two were working on Hanish’s instructions and received Rs 25 lakh each In 2005 Hanish went to London on a student visa but after a few months he quit studies and took up part-time jobs During this time he met Kishan who worked with a courier company and was involved in drug trafficking Hanish and Amandeep returned to India in 2012 after which the latter lured Harpreet who lived in the same locality to join the racket Police sources claimed Amandeep and Harpreet have delivered six consignments from Mumbai to Delhi and Punjab on Hanish’s instructions Sources said about 50 kg drugs had come from east Africa half of which has been distributed to Mumbai and Goa Police have identified two kingpins of this racket — Kishan and Kailash Chand Rajput of Rajasthan — based in London and Dubai respectively Drugs kept near train toilet cops waited patiently New Delhi: A team of southwestern range of Delhi Police Special Cell started tracking the two accused — Harpreet Singh and Amandeep Singh — at Jhansi railway station in Uttar Pradesh while they were returning to Delhi from Mumbai with 25 kg of ‘meow meow’ said sources Harpreet and Amandeep were travelling in an AC coach and had kept the bag containing five packets of ‘meow meow’ on a shelf near the toilet “The team spotted the two but did not confront them After they reached Delhi and got off the train with the bag the team nabbed the two” said sources Later when another accused Hanish Sarpal arrived to collect the consignment he was arrested too ENS For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Updated: May 10 2016 12:03 am Sadiq Khan assumes office at a time when European capitals are grappling with terrorism and a refugee crisis AP photo Related News Even as David Cameron speaks darkly of unpleasant direness if Britain exits the European Union London has stepped smartly away from the Continent by embracing a believing Muslim for the top job in the city When Sadiq Khan fifth of eight children of a Pakistani bus driver and a seamstress assumed the office of Mayor of London at Southwark Cathedral the city reaffirmed its instinctive commitment to openness and multiculturalism which the Labour government of Tony Blair had projected as national virtues It is significant for London the victim of concerted terror bombings in 2005 to set aside xenophobia and repose its faith in the child of a Muslim immigrant family from Pakistan Incidentally the 7/7 bombings had brought national attention to Sadiq Khan who was revealed to be one of the few expressive communicators among British Muslims when it was important for them to assert their citizenship Khan assumes office at a time when European capitals are grappling with terrorism and a refugee crisis which stretch their resources urge them to reconsider policy attitudes towards immigrants and fan the fires of identity politics The contrast which Khan makes with his predecessor Boris Johnson could not be starker Despite his commitment to cycling Johnson is a society lad who looks off-balance without a snifter in his hand Khan looks incomplete without a file under his arm about something deeply meaningful like human rights or unions His accession celebrates “hope over fear” but the challenge before him is to transcend this binary and to rise above the cliché of Western liberalism versus Islamist terrorism which has slowly taken over the political discourse across continents As the world waits apprehensively for a Trump era the need to change the rubric of the discourse is urgent and leaders like Sadiq Khan can swing it For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Editorial | Published: July 9 2016 12:30 am Top News For the last seven years Sir John Chilcot worked at investigating the United Kingdom’s role in the Iraq war — one year longer than it took to fight the war which claimed a staggering 500000 lives and unleashed a tide of blood that continues to sweep across the world today His 26 million-word report is a magisterial account of what went wrong “The UK chose to join the invasion of Iraq before the peaceful options for disarmament had been exhausted” it states “Military action at that time was not a last resort” The September 2002 dossier published by Prime Minister Tony Blair’s government claiming Iraq held weapons of mass destruction he goes on presented judgments “with a certainty that was not justified” “It is now clear that policy on Iraq was made on the basis of flawed intelligence and assessments” he goes on “They were not challenged and they should have been” That is a failure Chilcot sets right in a manner that ought to be a model for democracies everywhere The full wrath of Chilcot’s criticism falls on Blair himself but also on the system of institutions that ought to have contained the PM’s hubris Sir John Scarlett the head of the joint intelligence committee “should have made clear to Mr Blair that the assessed intelligence had not established ‘beyond doubt’ either that Iraq had continued to produce chemical and biological weapons or that efforts to develop nuclear weapons continued” In addition MI16 failed to ensure that ministers were “informed in a timely way when doubts arose about key sources and when subsequently [that] intelligence was withdrawn” Chilcot declines to express a view on whether the war had a sound legal basis saying this can be determined only by an international criminal court with the necessary jurisdiction He states “the circumstances in which it was decided there was a legal basis for UK military action were far from satisfactory” Britain was at best a bit actor in the Iraq tragedy — but like the US it had no coherent plan to rebuild the nation it was about to destroy Indeed the “scale of the UK effort in post-conflict Iraq never matched the scale of the challenge” Things deteriorated further the report notes when the UK began simultaneous operations in Afghanistan In 2007 British forces in Basra in essence handed over the region to local militia in return for an end to attacks on themselves The British military enterprise Chilcot says ended “a very long way from success” “If you break it you own it” Colin Powell the former US Secretary of State once warned regime-change enthusiasts Tragically no-one owns today’s broken Iraq — nor owes its people justice For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: June 11 2017 6:03 pm Malaika Arora hosts family lunch Arbaaz Khan is a part of it Top News Who says bonding stops right after a relationship ends Well Malaika Arora and Arbaaz Khan the ex-couples of the industry truly showcase how exes a man and a woman can be friends without any other tag being attached to it The actors who recently got officially divorced do not mind tagging each other as still a part of the family The two have been spotted together many times ever since they filed a divorce case in Bombay Family Court and now post their divorce the two are spending family time welcoming monsoon together In a post shared by Malaika on her Instagram the actor wrote “Sundays r family days” and we can see Arbaaz being an integral part of this healthy huge union The parents to 14-year-old son Arhaan Malaika and Arbaaz had filed for divorce in November 2016 by mutual consent However nothing had stopped them to make public appearances together When Salman Khan and his family went on a trip to celebrate his nephew Ahil’s birthday Malaika and her sister Amrita were also invited to be a part of the celebration The two prove that divorces do not lead to a sour relationship and we totally love their bond beyond the titles they used to once share Recently Malaika also got rid of her ‘Khan’ surname According to some sources recently at an event in Vadodara where Malaika was invited as a chief guest her full name was writte next to her seat – Malaika Arora Khan But because Malaika did not seem very happy about it a few moments after the actor arrived at the venue the ‘Khan’ was torn off from the paper Post divorce Malaika has got the custody to her son Arhaan and daddy Arbaaz is free to visit him whenever he wishes to For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsPublished: February 11 2014 4:27 am Related News * After a great start in politics — winning 28 assembly seats in Delhi — the earnest intelligent energetic and honest Arvind Kejriwal seems to be losing touch with basic ground realities (‘Arvind Kejriwal says will quit if Jan Lokpal is not passed’ IE February 10) Kejriwal forgets that as chief minister he has responsibilities — in addition to his own convictions — towards the people of Delhi His actions must therefore keep in mind the bigger picture While holding this high office he must exercise restraint and not shout “protest and quit” every time there is a delay in the granting of his wishes He must also respect due process — Krishan Kalra New Delhi * Apropos of Shekhar Gupta’s article ‘Arvind Chitra Katha’ (IE February 8) I feel one must accept Arvind Kejriwal’s sincerity although it is difficult to agree with his methods They will never succeed Similar methods were employed by the Soviet Union and Mao’s China and they did little to improve the standards of living in these countries Kejriwal’s attitude towards the woes of the nation appears to be shallow I sincerely request him to read Arun Shourie’s Where Will All This Take Us contemplate its ideas and let them help chalk his path —Sadashiv S Apte Pune Old wounds * This refers to ‘Equal but not separate’ (IE February 10) The 2012 exodus from Bangalore of persons from the Northeast in the aftermath of hateful messages on social media and the death of Nido Taniam in Delhi mark an ominous trend against our Northeastern brethren These incidents stem from racial discrimination and a misconception that “they” are stealing job opportunities from the locals Our Constitution provides the right to equal opportunity for all across India It’s heartening to know that top political leaders across party lines are striving to restore the confidence of people from the Northeast Measures to facilitate the rapid economic development of the region the establishment of institutions of national stature and better linkages with the rest of the country should be adopted to boost the integration process —Deepak Raj Patna Just in case * This refers to ‘Silent on Congress Left warns of a brewing Mamata-Modi tie-up’ (IE February 10) The CPM wants to keep open its option of supporting the Congress from the outside if the upcoming general elections end up in a fractured mandate Whatever they may say publicly — especially the CPM — both parties may like to forget their acrimonious differences on various issues and make up in light of their larger common political interests — Tarsem Singh Langeri For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News who want to be there at any cost, The Ghazi Attack shows us glimpses of a crisis-at-sea film it could have been.the DGP said: ? 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