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I had gone into a shell. Stacy Lewis is one of 19 golfers at 2-under par.his son did require the skills of six-hitting too. ?" he had told Ahmedabad edition of DNA. retribution and the philosophy of "breaking up every hand that attacks the dignity of Patel women and future of Patidar men" is a counter argument to the pre-Independence legacy of Gujarat.Is this what India has come to Hardik Patel has left now whizzing away in an swanky expensive SUV Men will be men And in politics boys will be boys Is the severe blow to the Aam Aadmi Party in the elections to the Delhi civic body the end of the alternative politics where people not the leaders have a say Or is it a mere hiccup in the brief but fascinating history of the common man’s political enterprise One hopes the latter is the fact because notwithstanding the Modi promises to cleanse the system there are old habits hard to defeatDelhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Image from Twitter The fact that the Delhi’s urban electorate chose not to even pay a notional compliment to the Swaraj Bharat Party led by a public intellectual Yogendra Yadav points to the reality People are willing to believe the traditional politician and a political party as long as he and it comes out with something out of the box which Modi has It would be a long long time before the likes of the well-intentioned Yogendra Yadavs make a dent which is unfortunate Yadav has used not just the political platform by fielding candidates in Delhi civic polls but has been seeking judicial intervention to set matters right with PILs on a host of issues that concern the common citizens However this is less about Yadav and more about the alternative politics which Yadav along with Arvind Kejriwal had worked on But the resounding defeat of the AAP only a shade better than the Congress is almost like a death knell for the very idea of alternative politics Ira Pande has written in The Indian Express how AAP’s conduct of its affairs has been helpful to Modi’s success in thecivic election "What one most mourns is the loss of faith in an alternative brand of politics As Modi picks up state after state he must wish there were more Rahul Gandhis and Arvind Kejriwals ahead" That yesterday’s hero disowned by his eminent peers like Yadav and Anna Hazare is in the same ranks as Rahul Gandhi is evidently reasoning enough for coming close to writing the epitaph The sudden leap of faith in BJP simply because it changes all its candidates cannot be the answer It is also the loss of faith in the party which wanted to wrest control from the BJP’s lackluster or abysmal performance in the city governance for a decade The AAP fortunately has admitted to "mistakes" instead of harping on the allegation that electronic voting machines were tampered to benefit BJP That Kumar Vishwas a party leader and a convincing speaker who can combine poetry logic and imagery with his rhetoric has managed to stay in the party despite a demand that the party ceases criticising ‘nationalism’ is AAP’s realisation that it did not understand the mood of the voters In the pre-MCD poll period he would have perhaps been ejected unceremoniously from the party If AAP wants to survive as a viable entity and not fritter away the massive mandate it had secured to rule a tiny state of which Delhi civic body’s footprint is a very large component Kejriwal would need to do far more than tolerating and retaining Vishwas Return of Yadav and Prashant Bhushan is unlikely ever The party would need to democratise itself Just like the days when mohalla committees had a say AAP had promised And therefore it had a following AAP had no difficulty in winning 67 of the 70 Assembly seats but it has since Modi’s emergence lost its moorings entirely Let me return to a point pithily made by Ira Pande: "As Vastu experts would say it had too much of negativity and not enough positive energy” That negativity was injected into itself by the party and its leader who behaved like a supremo instead of a people’s leader That the negativity won and not all the good work done like streamlining school admissions improving the schools mohalla clinics etc is a pointer to the compelling need for changes in the way the party goes about its business In fact most of the work done are such that they jell well with municipal governance And yet AAP was humbled and one expects its brass to shift from arrogance to being humble By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: December 6 2016 3:13 pm Jacqueline Fernandez said she is proud of her connect with India Related News Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandez belongs to Sri Lanka But the way she speaks Hindi despite that accent and the manner in which she reacts to everything Indian has only made her an integral part of Bollywood She is proud of her connect with India and feels she belongs to Mumbai as much as her home country The former beauty queen made her Bollywood acting debut with Aladin in 2009 Since then she has featured in Hindi films like Murder 2 Kick and Dishoom Ask her how she connects with Mumbai and she feels her fashion is colourfully rich and vast and that it’s lively bubbly and sometimes too busy just like Mumbai Also read |Hrithik Roshan Jacqueline Fernandez’s chemistry is off the charts watchvideo Since she has been staying in the city of Bollywood for a while now has she absorbed anything from here in terms of fashion “Fashion is something I love to play around with Experimenting and innovating with different silhouettes shoes and accessories” she said Talking about the festive season and what she would prefer to flaunt she said: “Every culture has its own festivals and I love to wear attires which are true to those festivals It’s always a great experience More from the world of Entertainment: So which era of fashion does she like “I grew up in the 1990s and it is such a nostalgic feeling that the 1990s trends have now made a comeback I am loving it because I get to relive and relish my fashion moments then and now as well” said the 31-year-old who admires fashion sense of celebrities like Grace Kelly Jackie Kennedy Onassis Audrey Hepburn for their timeless beauty and style (With inputs from IANS) For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: May 11 2017 1:24 am Guest iin London trailer: Kartik Aryan is in a mess thanks to Paresh Rawal Top News If 2010 release Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge resonated with your feelings about an uninvited guest then get ready to live those epic memories yet again with Guest iin London Starring Kartik Aryan and Paresh Rawal the film takes the audience on a laugh riot and a journey of disgust at the same time Kartik brings back his Pyaar Ka Punchnama charm but is truly helpless in front of veteran actor Paresh Rawal who owns the screen Helping Paresh with his goofiness is Tanvi Azmi who last smashed the Bollywood screens with her outstanding performance in Bajirao Mastani Guest iin London is the sequel to Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge which starred Ajay Devgn and Konkana Sen Sharma While the first one was based in Mumbai this one has been extensively shot in London The story revolves around how an old couple unleashes trouble for the much-in-love Kartik and his onscreen wife Kriti Kharbanda with their uninvited stay at home The only common thread among the two films is Paresh Rawal who has been retained in this one Guest iin London trailer: Ajay Devgn took to Twitter and gave some advice to Kartik to take good care of Paresh Rawal However is it really easy to stay calm when your personal life goes for a toss when everything around you ends up becoming an entertainment including your personal grooming kit which no longer remains personal and the guest tries to force you to become religious Also read |Guest in London motion poster: Paresh Rawal turns guest from hell again watchvideo Well things can be more difficult While a lot of one-liners take you on a smooth and funny ride through this three-minute long trailer one particular dialogue of Paresh Rawal about Pakistan might get the film into trouble Directed by Ashwni Dhir the film will release on June 16 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: August 3 2015 11:26 am ‘He (Amitabh) comes once in a lifetime that’s it It is better to accept and move on He is like sun… Make your own minuscule space under the sun’ Abhishek told PTI Related News Nobody should aspire to achieve Amitabh Bachchan’s mega-stardom as he is once in a lifetime phenomenon feels his son and actor Abhishek Bachchan In a career spanning over four decades Big B has delivered power packed performances in blockbusters like ‘Deewar’ ‘Zanjeer’ ‘Don’ ‘Sholay’ ‘Namak Halal’ ‘Abhimaan’ ‘Baghban’ ‘Black’ ‘Paa’ to name a few The 72-year-old actor has been honoured with Padma Shri Padma Bhushan and Padma Vibhushan for his contribution in the field of arts ‘I do not aspire to achieve the super-stardom that my father has achieved… Nobody can or should aspire for that as it is not achievable ‘He (Amitabh) comes once in a lifetime that’s it It is better to accept and move on He is like sun… Make your own minuscule space under the sun’ Abhishek Bachchan told PTI Amitabh Bachchan will be seen next in Bejoy Nambiar’s ‘Wazir’ in which he is playing a paralysed chess grandmaster alongside Farhan Akhtar and Aditi Rao Hydari Share This Article Related Article Abhishek 39 said it is inspiring to see his father reinventing himself despite being a veteran ‘I haven’t seen the film yet… I have seen the teaser and liked it very much It is fantastic Even at this age he has managed to reinvent himself and that is talent He has always done wonderful films’ Abhishek said The 39-year-old actor who has completed 15 years in Bollywood said he has learnt a lot from the failures in his showbiz journey His performances in films like ‘Yuva’ ‘Bunty Aur Babli’ ‘Guru’ ‘Sarkar’ ‘Sarkar Raaj’ ‘Dostana’ ‘Dhoom’ ‘Paa’ were highly appreciated ‘It has been 15 years and I have enjoyed and learnt a lot I have learnt everything from my journey of 15 years The journey should be educative ‘One should be receptive to learn from the success and more so from failure…How you deal with it (success and failure) matters as that is going to make a difference’ the actor said Abhishek feels being a son of a superstar does not matter in the long run in Bollywood as an actor will only get work if he or she is liked by the audience ‘I am a positive person and I don’t get bogged down I have the privilege to say that I got to work for 15 years It is bestowed upon you by the audience and it doesn’t matter whose son or grandson you are ‘It is the audience that decides how much they want to see you It is an honour that I got an opportunity to entertain the audience’ he said Abhishek’s upcoming projects include Umesh Shukla’s ‘All is Well’ ‘Hera Pheri 3’ and ‘Housefull 3’ For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: April 29 2016 9:37 pm Gracy Singh wishes to be “able to compose a song and also record and perform it” (Source: Instagram) Related News Actress Gracy Singh currently playing goddess Santoshi in the &TV show “Santoshi Maa” wishes to be “able to compose a song and also record and perform it” “I have always loved music and it plays such an important role in my life as a dancer So I have this one wish to be able to compose a song and also record and perform it Hope I can really do it someday” Gracy said in a statement Apart from the TV show she has films like “Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India” “Gangaajal” and “Munnabhai MBBS” to her credit Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by MK VENU | Published: October 29 2009 3:48 am Related News Environment Minister Jairam Rameshs recent utterances suggesting India should have a more constructive engagement with the developed economies on climate change issues has caused both confusion and consternation among Indias policy wonks Confusion occurred because he challenged the received wisdom that India must not yield any ground to the developed economies which are clearly responsible for over 70 per cent of the existing stock of greenhouse gas emissions globally There was consternation because India needs its own carbon space in the future to meet the basic material needs of some 800 million people who are at the lowest end of the consumption cycle For instancethe per capita energy consumption of 800 million Indiansequal to the combined population of the US and EUwould probably be less than 150 units a yearcompared with 8000 to 10000 units per person in the West So the conventional Indian reflex is to not yield an inch to the West on this score Howeverthe apparent confusion caused by Ramesh has another serious dimension which cannot be ignored There is a growing self-perceptionespecially among the urban middle classesthat India is now a rising global economy and must therefore behave like one It must act responsibly and contribute to the global efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions So the environment minister was probably reflecting this thought process emanating from a neweven if somewhat nascentself-image of India This self-image gets further reinforced when India becomes part of newly empowered groupings like the G-20which is called upon to explore new frameworks to deal with issues like an alternate global financial architecture or climate change After allthere has to be some shift in Indias position from the 1970s when Indira Gandhi repeated ad nauseam at various global forums that? with more than 5. download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Macau | Updated: December 4, On Tuesday,One member representing the Parsi community and I are handling the commission?

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