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Restrictions on women at Sabarimala: It is complicated 20.10.2017 Hindu: Opinion
There are many more important values a democracy must uphold while standing up for gender equality — certainly not make a fetish of women’s rights.
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Do all women have a right to enter Sabarimala? 20.10.2017 Hindu: Home
 LEFT | KALEESWARAM RAJ Prohibition of women’s entry to the shrine solely on the basis of womanhood is derogatoryKaleeswaram RajKaleeswaram Raj The Supreme Court of India has repeatedly struck down di...
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RSU develops mobile app to deal with fake cops 19.10.2017 DNA: India
In an attempt to solve the menace of fake cops in the state, who are harrassing citizens more frequently, Raksha Shakti University has developed a mobile application that will help people authenticate cops. The application named COPS-G (Citizen Online Policeman Search-Gujarat) will have database of all the cops of different levels across the state. The application has been developed by third semester M-Tech student at RSU Priyank Parmar and mentored by professor Ravi Sheth. Speaking about the same, Priyank said, "The idea to work on this stuck me after I witnessed increasing cases of fake cops. They often harass people and people fall in their trap and end up paying a lot of money. We took almost six months to work on the app." As many as 50 fake cop gangs are reportedly operating in the state, with nearly 25 of them based in Ahmedabad alone. "Once a citizen has been approached by a cop, the person can enter the date of birth or designation or buckle number in case of constable and immediately the entire ...
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'Secret Superstar' review: Story falls apart after Aamir Khan's entry 19.10.2017 Latest News
From the time Aamir Khan swaggers into the plot as Shakti Kumar, the film begins to fall apart
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'Secret Superstar': Leaves a sense of disappointment, dissatisfaction (Movie Review, Rating **1/2) 19.10.2017 Cinema-Showbiz
Film: 'Secret Superstar'; Director: Advait Chandan; Starring: Zaira Wasim, Aamir Khan; Rating: **1/2
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Lingayat, Veerashaiva are branches of Hindu religion: Vishwesha Tirtha Swami 18.10.2017 Zee News : States
Vishwesha Tirtha Swami of Paryaya Pejawar said the traditions of Lingayat and Veerashaiva are just like 'Dwaita' and 'Advaita' schools of philosophy.
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'Secret Superstar': Emotionally engaging, entertaining (IANS Review, Rating: ****) 18.10.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Film: "Secret Superstar"; Director: Advait Chandan; Cast: Zaira Wasim, Meher Vij, Aamir Khan, Raj Arjun, Harsh Jha, Kabir Sajid, Aryan Ashik, Farrokh Jaffer, Manuj Sharma and Tirth Sharma; Rating: ****
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'Secret Superstar' Review: Zaira Wasim and Aamir Khan's film will make you smile, laugh, rage, cry and feel good at the end 18.10.2017 DNA: Money
Starring: Zaira Wasim, Meher Vij, Aamir Khan, Raj Arjun and Kabir Shaikh What it's about: Secret Superstar is about a teen girl Insiya (Zaira Wasim) from a conservative Muslim family, who has two dreams -- One of becoming a famous singer, and the other to see her mother divorce her violent husband. Secret Superstar is about self-discovery, growing up, falling in love and a mother-daughter bond. Insiya wants to become a singer but knowing that the father would never allow that, she puts up her singing videos (wearing a burkha) on YouTube. She becomes a digital sensation. Composer Shakti Kumaarr (Aamir Khan) records with her. Then her father drops a bomb. Her mother Najma (Meher Vij) who has always supported her, this time, urges her to forget her dreams and do as her father wishes. Insiya resigns herself to the situation. All signs point to her life replicating her mother's life. Until the impossible happens. What's good: First time director Advait Chandan makes a moving emotional drama that tackles ...
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‘How can Lingayat-Veerashaiva be different from Hindus when they worship Shiva?’ 18.10.2017 Hindu: Mangalore
Even Arya Samaj does not accept caste; does it make it non-Hindus? asks seer
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Actors shouldn't have any image: Nawazuddin 17.10.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Nawazuddin Siddiqui, who is happy that superstar Aamir Khan has played a quirky character in a never-seen-before avatar in "Secret Superstar", says actors should not be conscious about an image.
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Aamir took cues from Jeetendra, Anil for 'Secret Superstar' role 17.10.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan's quirky character Shakti Kumaarr from his forthcoming movie "Secret Superstar" has been inspired by Jeetendra and Anil Kapoor
Yashwant Sinha calls for 'lokshakti' to check 'rajshakti' 16.10.2017 deccanherald.com
Former Union finance minister Yashwant Sinha today once again trained his guns on the economic policies of the Narendra Modi-led government and called for lokshakti (peoples power) to check rajshakti (government). Speaking at an event organised by farmers NGO Shetkari Jagar Manch at Akola in Vidarbha region, he also singled out the central government over demonetisation and implementation of GST. Referring to socialist leader Jayaprakash Narayan, Sinha appealed for a lok shakti movement which will keep a check on raj-satta (government). "Let us start this lokshakti initiative from Akola," he said, adding, "As it is, we are already facing recession. And what are numbers? Numbers can prove one thing and with the same numbers, the other side can also be proven." Training his guns on Prime Minister Modi, the BJP leader said, "The head of our government in his recent hour-long speech cited numbers to show Indias progress, saying so many cars and motorcycles were sold". "Does this mean that the country is ...
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Say it with a sari 16.10.2017 Hindu: Life & Style
Two Hyderabadi women initiate a move to donate saris and spread the festive cheer
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India facing recession; 'lokshakti' must check Modi's 'rajshakti': Sinha 16.10.2017 News
GST could have been a 'Good and Simple Tax' but the people in power made it a 'Bad and Complicated Tax', he said
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Govt reviews power purchase bid rules 16.10.2017 Latest News
The committee set up to recommend changes in the bidding guidelines for power projects would now build upon the SHAKTI scheme to help stranded assets get both coal supply and power sale contracts.Close to 16,000 Mw of coal-based power projects in India neither have coal supply or a power purchase agreement (PPA) with any state. Of this, 6,250 Mw is installed and 9,854 Mw was under construction as on August.The committee is chaired by Pratyush Sinha, former central vigilance commissioner. "SHAKTI allows power units to get a medium-term PPA and coal supply for the same period or more, open for extension. The committee is looking to adopt a similar methodology in case-1 bidding of power projects," said an official.Under SHAKTI (Scheme for Harnessing and Allocating Koyla Transparently in India), government-owned Coal India offers assured coal supply to units through bidding. The units have to quote the discount in their power rates that they would offer after getting cheaper coal from ...
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Narendra Modi 'bows' to people of Gujarat ahead of visit 15.10.2017 Zee News : States
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is is visiting his home state Gujarat tomorrow where he would address a gathering of BJP workers at a village near Gandhinagar, state BJP chief Jitu Vaghani said on Sunday.
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Musical night in city to feature Big B’s hit songs 14.10.2017 Hindu: National
Mayur Orchestra, a popular musical outfit catering to the industry for over four decades, is staging a musical extravaganza featuring songs from the films enacted by Bollywood’s legendary hero Amitabh...
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Miracles very many at Hasanamba Temple 13.10.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Every year people look forward to the months of October/November when the most celebrated festival of Deepavali sets in. Being a festival of lights, every town and street is decorated with colourful lights and lamps, while crackers and a dazzling display of fireworks make it an occasion to rejoice. This is also a time when a unique temple with a host of miracles and legends surrounding it steals the limelight. Situated at about 180 km from Bengaluru, this shrine sits prettily in Hassan. Dedicated to Goddess Shakti, this eponymous shrine is believed to have been built during the 12th century. Once a year only Though not a structure with sculptural extravaganza, the shrine has its own legends and uniqueness. The temple opens once a year, just for a week, to give darshan to its devotees. Lakhs of pilgrims from far and near throng the place. To be exact, the temple is opened on the first Thursday after the full moon in the month of Ashwayuja as per Hindu calendar, and kept open for about a week until the day ...
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India-Sri Lanka training exercise on counter-terrorism begins 13.10.2017 All News-IANS Stories
The fifth India-Sri Lanka joint training exercise "Mitra Shakti 2017" focusing on counter-terrorism operations kicked off on Friday at Aundh Military Station here.
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Opening Ceremony : EX Mitra Shakti 2017 13.10.2017 Govt of india: PIB
The fifth India-Sri Lanka Joint Training Exercise MITRA SHAKTI 2017 started with a grand Opening Ceremony conducted at Aundh Military Station, Pune. The exercise is based on Counter Terrorist Operations and an Infantry company
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