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So, officials confirmed. two thirds of the season.Written by Aditi Vatsa | Ghaziabad | Published: February 12 till the media approached him.He also claimed that his former neighbour had posed as him and surrendered in court and that he didn’t know about this till much later “I have never met or spoken to this doctor… It was only when journalists told me about the case and my alleged involvement that I first heard his name I will record my statement in court on Monday I was in Assam and I reached Bareilly on February 5” Ahmad a resident of Bareilly’s Labhera village said Ahmad added that the man who appeared in court posing as him is his former neighbour from Bareilly Syed Imtiaz Qadri “Six months ago I had taken a house on rent in Izzat Nagar police station area Qadri lived in the same building with his wife son and daughter He is from Mumbai and he had been staying there for over a year He was unemployed for a while He then took up driving assignments on a daily basis Around two-three months ago I had given my driving licence to him to get photocopies He was the only person who had my licence” he said According to Ahmad on February 2 he called Qadri after he received the notice “When I asked him if he had misused my licence he said he hadn’t I then called him again and he admitted to using the photocopy He said he had…given the licence to the lawyer I asked him to take it back Qadri then told me he had agreed to a deal for Rs 8000 regarding this I told him it was not even worth Rs 8 lakh and that four people have died He claimed they had only been injured” Ahmad alleged He also claimed he could provide proof that Qadri was in Bareilly when the incident took place “I know he was not Rawat’s driver that night because his wife was in Mumbai and he was with his children in Bareilly His wife came back around January 25 The doctor claimed that the man who surrendered in court (Qadri) was his driver at least 15-20 days before the incident This is untrue” he claimed Stating that he was not in Delhi-NCR or in Bareilly at the time of the incident he said “On the night of January 27 I was driving an Essar canter 110 — with licence plate number UP25AT9642 — near Ahmedabad I have a bill from a petrol pump near Aslali Chowki where I filled fuel that night I will show this in court They can check my phone location and that of the owner” He claimed the bill is from Satsangi Petroleum in Aslali with invoice number 210 for an amount of Rs 1100082 which was issued at 1008 pm on January 27 He added that he has been driving the canter owned by a Bareilly resident for the last six years For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: March 23 2017 5:16 pm John Abraham gave his fans a tour around his new home in Mumbai Related News Home is where the heart is and the home also reflects a lot of a person’s inner passion desires hobbies and little secrets In a recent video Bollywood’s hunk John Abraham gave his fans a tour around his new home in Mumbai and everything about it seemed to resonate a kind of peacefulness and warmth As told by the actor in the video his house has won the best home award from the Indian Institute of Architectural Design “A home will always speak about your character So make sure that your home reflects who you are and what you are” said John Abraham in the video The actor has a fascination for bikes and body building and some of his favourite possessions include helmets of famous bikers and a fun gym What you would never guess is that John is fascinated with the game of chess and owns a chess board signed by Vishwanathan Anand The Dhishoom actor who has been unusually humble throughout his career said “More than the middle class I think it is simplicity that plays a key value in this You can have any amount of money in the world but if you decide you want to be simple that should reflect in the architecture of your house That’s what I believe Very simple and functional ” Take a look at John Abraham’s house The actor is a self-confessed audiophile hence the speakers Those wooden furnitures were made out of the log of dead trees claimed the actor Yup that’s how he spends his leisure time He also gave us a tour of his closet That is a chessboard signed by Vishwanathan Anand What’s more pacifying the view of the sea or the colour of the furniture Now that is the kind of kitchen you would not say no to would you Now that is the kind of home you would love to visit everyday won’t you So how did you find the house of John Abraham For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Inder Malhotra | Published: May 16 2013 3:21 am Related News The next head of government should be a member of the directly elected House LAST weekthe Rajya Sabha bid a fond farewell to eight of its members who are retiring next monthwhen the House will be in recess In replymost of them made speeches that were full of nostalgia and sentiment Strictly speakingthe emotional bye-bye was meant for only seven of them Forthe eighth member whose tenure also ends in June is Prime Minister Manmohan Singhand everybody knows that his timely re-election is a certainty Surelythe Congress party wouldnt deny him the ticket in Assamwhere it has a comfortable majority in the legislature The remaining sevenbelonging to various partiesalas have no such assurance This would undoubtedly take care of the procedural problembut is this an ideal situation Unfortunately not Forit is oddto put it most mildlythat someone should be prime minister of the worlds largest democracy for a full 10 years on the strength of his membership to the Upperindirectly elected House dating back to 1991 whenmigrating from technocracy to politicshe had become finance minister It is undoubtedly arguable that in 2004nobody had a clue that Sonia Gandhi would refuse to accept the exalted office that was hers by rightand virtually nominate Singh for the job But six years thereafter has been a long period No one has ever explained whyin 2009the good doctorthen at the height of his popularitydid not seek election to the Lok Sabha To be sureit is not mandatory under the letter of the Constitution that the prime minister must be a member of the Lok Sabha But then there is such a thing as the spirit of the Constitutionor conventionsnot only in this countrybut also in other parliamentary democracies Everywherethe accepted practice is that the head of the government should be a member of the directly elected House A look back at what has happened in India so far should be instructive Both Jawaharlal Nehru and Lal Bahadur Shastri were members of the Lok Sabha from the first day of their political careers to the last During her fathers lifetimeIndira Gandhi wasnt a member of either House When Shastri asked her to be his minister for information and broadcasting she chose the Rajya Sabha route for the duration And thensuddenlythe burden of being prime minister fell on her shoulders At that timethe more sensible of her advisors urged her to seek election to the Lok Sabha right away Any number of party MPsthey assured herwould happily vacate their seats But she opted for the contrary counsel that since the next general election was due in 13 monthsstatus quo should continue until then The real reason for this decisionregrettablywas that neither Indira Gandhi nor her colleagues wanted to lift the emergency proclaimed at the time of the Chinese invasion in 1962 Under the election lawit was necessary to do so even if a single by-election was to be held For the rest of the 15 years (in two instalments) when Indira Gandhi was prime ministershe was a member of the Lok Sabha So was her sonRajiv Gandhiwho was prime minister for five years and then leader of the opposition in the Lok Sabha Although they were prime ministers for short periodsboth VP Singh and Chandra Shekhar were veteran members of the Lower House Whenin 1991PV Narasimha Rao became prime minister to everybodys surpriseincluding his ownhe was a member of neither Housebecause he had decided to retire from politics But the Andhra Pradhesh Congressmen saw to it that he won a by-election to the Lok Sabha hands down within the requisite period of six months In 1996-97HD Deve Gowda was prime minister only for a few months But he had the good sense to get himself elected to the Lok Sabha from the Hassan constituency in Karnataka His successorIK Gujralknowing that he was a bird of passageremained a Rajya Sabha member Only the other daythere was a flurry in the country when the word went round that Singh might have a third term as prime minister The medias excitement reached a crescendo when hein answer to a volley of questionsrefused to either confirm or rule out the possibility This wasof coursepremature speculation But it is as good an occasion as any to emphasise that after the 2014 electionat leastthe office of prime minister should go to a member of the Lok Sabha The writer is a Delhi-based political commentator For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shrayana Bhattacharya | Updated: December 13 2014 9:08 am The DDLJ-discouraged-dissent argument narrows the space for what dissent can be by demanding that it be obvious and “out there” in full view of TV cameras and Twitter Related News In revisiting Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (DDLJ) which just completed a record 1000-week run in Mumbai’s Maratha Mandir several commentators have criticised it as a regressive cultural text A key argument is that it encouraged middle-class youth to avoid active rebellion against the family as an institution and helped entrench patriarchy Why didn’t Simran and Raj dump familial obligations and simply elope As a pre-teen in 1995 I loved DDLJ for indulging the fangirl in me with Shah Rukh Khan’s arms cast open amidst pristine Swiss Alps and Indian mustard fields I rediscovered the film eight years ago while collecting survey data on home-based textile workers as part of advocacy efforts by the Institute for Social Studies Trust Sewa and partner organisations to improve their wages and work conditions During this time many working women I encountered in the garments trade from workers to business owners would cite DDLJ as one of their favourite films Indeed in parts of rural Uttar Pradesh garment workers who worked at home because they could not easily travel outside their own villages and lived in purdah would ask sub-contractors to organise screenings of the film during Id and smuggle posters radios and audio tapes Watching the film itself and independently purchasing iconography with their hard-earned wages had become a form of protest by prodding notions of how young women ought to behave However when asked these women couldn’t imagine life without their families despite being critical of their marital experiences and lack of choice in selecting partners Picture gallery:1000 weeks of DDLJ; reliving the moments with Raj and Simran The DDLJ-discouraged-dissent argument narrows the space for what dissent can be by demanding that it be obvious and “out there” in full view of TV cameras and Twitter So no act of protest short of elopement will suffice Demanding such all-or-nothing actions doesn’t account for the costs that eloping and actively abandoning their families would impose on women and men from any economic strata The way we express resistance is subject to our own personal calculus of risk and reward Commentators single out an exchange where Raj denies Simran’s plea to run away He would rather gain support from her family Many interpret it as conforming to oppressive patriarchy I agreed — at least until microeconomics and the responses of women from diverse class backgrounds taught me to watch the film differently To my surprise DDLJ’s female fans pointed to the same scene as a demonstration of courage Working- and upper-class women would insist that running away was an easy choice for men — more so when their families supported the match as was the case in DDLJ Women faced the brunt of breaking ties with their families When financial difficulties or infidelity fuelled fights and violence they had no monies material resources or networks of their own as opposed to men who could find jobs and live alone easily The police was scary friends were far away living alone implied risks to their safety in small towns or large cities Irrespective of their economic circumstances moving away from husbands and in-laws would create more shame and many struggled with going back home as they were pariahs for their parents As economists would say eloping had made a woman’s “fall back” position in marriage weak relative to men Beyond the economics of elopement there are emotions Parting from parents in an acrimonious fashion was considered too painful That Raj avoided the easy route of running away and cared enough to stick around compromise and fight for approval to ensure Simran wasn’t cut-off from her kin was seen as a measure of strength and maturity In this light Raj was radical Where I earlier saw capitulation I began to see bargains and trade-offs Also read:Only if daddy says ‘yes’ Those who study marriage and women’s work highlight the subtle yet strong changes that cascade as a result of women having access to property an independent income or jobs across the class spectrum Much of this highlights how the act of “rebelling” can look very different in the context of patriarchy in the northern belt of South Asia Women pursue personal goals or survival outcomes amid harsh forces such as segmented and discriminatory labour markets powerful patrilineal family systems violence and discriminatory customs and laws surrounding divorce child custody widowhood and inheritance systems that deprive them of assets So women are rendered dependent on the family for protection and provision Expecting women in this landscape to demonstrate dissent by delinking from the family — the only institution that provides them any material security in the absence of the state or market doing so — is asking for too much Scholars shed light on hidden acts that ought to be acknowledged as proper protest For example Simran’s mother articulates that she wants a different reality for her daughters and even asks her daughter to run away Simran seeking to marry someone other than the familial choice her open disclosure of desire to her mother and the resultant bargaining between family members were acts of dissent Women face serious economic and physical risks in abandoning families for sustenance We know that female employment is exceptionally low and women continue to stay in violent and unhappy marriages as men control economic and sociopolitical capital The film set in the UK amongst Punjabi landed families in the 1990s reflected this None of the adult women worked They all relied on men for resources In this context which seems pretty and pink on the outside voicing desire for a different reality and exerting agency to achieve it — where you would strive to marry someone who loved and supported you as opposed to the appropriate family alliance — was and remains difficult The film appreciated this reality (and added enough gloss in classic Yash Raj style) and this is perhaps why its portrayal of romance and mother-daughter relationships touched many women There have been several movies in India where women express their desire to marry someone outside whom the family deems appropriate DDLJ was different as it focused on the real and complex bargains involved in following through on such radical desires as opposed to the past Bollywood approach of running away and setting up home in some tiny place or where the lovers commit suicide/ are murdered In DDLJ Raj and Simran are united after the patriarch gives his permission Work-life histories and ethnographies of working women and women’s collectives tell us that the role of familial “permission” is rampant in South Asia What has changed — and the film demonstrated this — is that actions that were completely off-the-table for any negotiation on permissibility are now open for dialogue such as whom you marry or women travelling alone with friends and no supervision The fact that we must invest significant effort to bargain for these freedoms is sad but also reflects our social realities across class Many women’s groups and unions seek support from men in communities to help women organise This allows for more effective mobilisation Women work after their husbands are “ok” with it — even if this is a constant source of angst and battle In our own families and personal relationships we seek support for our choices The idea is to cajole argue fight convince This is because many of us actually seek love and emotional support from our family in addition to freedom and choice This is the way we resist and express disagreement in everyday ordinary lives Compromise can’t always be seen as cowardice DDLJ was probably not progressive but pragmatic in its approach to what dissent within families looks like The film can be accused of meshing wooing and harassment But despite its conservative exterior it contained subversive elements Asserting preferences different from what is socially ordained and bargaining with family members to gain support for these in a context where women have limited assets of their own is resistance And Raj did the dishes The writer is an economist and author of ‘Desperately Seeking Shahrukh’ (forthcoming by Zubaan Books) For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWashington: US President Barack Obama has condoled the death of former Indian president APJ Abdul Kalam describing him as an advocate for stronger US-India relations and who worked to deepen the two countries’ space cooperation "A scientist and statesman Kalam rose from humble beginnings to become one of India’s most accomplished leaders earning esteem at home and abroad" he said in a statement on Tuesday Extending his "deepest condolences to the people of India" on behalf of the American people Obama noted Kalam’s "tenure as India’s 11th president witnessed unprecedented growth in US-India ties" PTI Image "An advocate for stronger US-India relations Kalam worked to deepen our space cooperation forging links with NASA during a 1962 visit to the United States" he said "Suitably named athe People’s President his humility and dedication to public service served as an inspiration to millions of Indians and admirers around the world" Meanwhile the US media highlighted his role in advancing India’s nuclear space and missile programmes The influential New York Times in an obit said Kalam’s "role in advancing India’s nuclear programmes made him one of his country’s most beloved figures" "Kalam’s celebrity could be traced to 1998 when India detonated five nuclear devices in the northwestern desert to widespread international condemnation" it said "Described at the time as an ‘impish shaggy-haired bachelor’ of 66 he was one of the most exuberant boosters of the country’s nuclear programme" the Times said "Kalam spent a little time outside India For him it was a point of pride that India had developed its bomb without much help from foreign powers And he described himself as thoroughly Indian" the Times said "I am completely indigenous" he told the newspaper in 1998 it recalled Time magazine described Kalam as "one of India’s most renowned rocket scientists who served as the nation’s 11th president" Kalam it recalled told TIME in a 1998 interview that he developed an early fascination with flight while growing up on the south Indian isle of Rameswaram "Then there were a lot of birds on the island" he was quoted as saying "and I used to watch their beautiful flight paths That got me interested in aeronautics" The Washington Post noted Kalam was "a scientist who was known as the father of the country’s military missile programme" "He was credited with helping develop his country’s first space satellites" it said "In the 1980s he helped design the nuclear-capable Prithvi and Agni ballistic missiles" "He played a crucial role when India tested its nuclear weapons in 1998" the Post said noting "The test resulted in sanctions against the country but helped elevate Kalam’s to the status of folk hero in his country" Several Indian-American organisations have also offered condolences on the death of "India’s missile man" The Federation of Indian Associations (FIA) said along with the Indian-American community it mourns the "loss of our beloved and eminent scientist" who "was an irreplaceable role model for the young and passionate of India" IANS Patna:RJD JD(U) and the Congress have formed a "grand alliance" to take on the BJP in the upcoming bypolls for ten Assembly seats in the statenext month a senior ruling party leader said on Sunday RJD’s Lalu Prasad Yadav (left) has entered into an alliance with JD(U)’s Nitish Kumar IBNLive "A grand alliance among the JD(U) RJD and Congress has been clinched with the JD(U) and RJD getting four seats each while the Congress will contest in the remaining two seats" state unit JD(U) president Bashisth Narayan Singh told reporters He however refused to divulge the specific seats from which the respective parties would contest saying that the details would be announced later "I have the list with me about specific assembly seats to be contested by the JD(U) RJD and Congress in the bypoll but I will not throw light on it as of now" Singh said asking the mediapersons to wait for some more days for announcement in this regard Former chief ministers Nitish Kumar of JD(U) and Lalu Prasad of RJD will also campaign together in the assembly bypoll Singh said Observing that the alliance among the JD(U) RJD and Congress was the need of the hour to take on the BJP he thanked the 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