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Despite losing continuously nobody is questioning his leadership because he has threatened his own party people, Purab says that he has called Nikhil at the Mehra house so that he can interrogate him. Tesla says the factory will be producing 35 gigawatt hours of batteries by 2018. This amounts to contempt of our order. to secure power from the BJP in the last Assembly polls. There has been a growing uneasiness among the Bhujbal clan over his prolonged detention and declining clout within the NCP. who is part of the two member authority headed by senior leader Ghulam Nabi Azad, Defence sector is the core sector of every nation but in India due to lack of technologies we are forced to import from urban nations such as US, Pawar urged party leaders to bury their differences and work towards ensuring that the NCP comes to power on its own. adding that party workers should carry out publicity campaigns to take the good work to the voters.
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his action has got people wondering whether the future might look like the past when contracts were observed in the breach.s high dividend policy. Gandhinagar”.” an officer said. Hewitt, sources said. The court will not restrain the publication of an article even though it is defamatory when the defendant says he intends to justify it or make fair comments on a matter of public importance. A pre-publication injunction can only be granted in the rarest of rare cases The jurisdiction to grant such injunction is a very narrow one and can be exercised with great caution specially in a case of libel and slander A restraint can only be granted if an atrocious libel is wholly unjustifiedcausing serious injury to the plaintiff and it appears to a court that the defence of privilege or justification is just not possible A reputation is a matter of private interest A publication may involve public interest In a conflict between the twothe scales inevitably lean in favour of public interest Howeverprivate interest and reputations will only be protected when the plea of privilege or justification of truth almost appears impossible to be sustained The court will grant a restraint order if satisfied that no defence would be available in such cases Howeverin cases where the subject matter of publication deals with issues of governancecorruptionmaladministration or on issues of misconducta judicial gag order ought never to be granted While granting judicial restraint ordersthe courts must also be concerned with the possibility of non-enforcement of these orders The courts ought never to grant an order that cannot be enforced Thusan order restraining the electronic media from telecasting a particular news may be rendered otiose if international channels decide to telecast the same news item Digital sites can be loaded with such information from anywhere in the world The identity of the loader would remain anonymous E-mailsblogs and websites across the world may be circulating the restrained article Social media would be carrying comments at length Only the national media would stand restrained The satellite does not respect geographical boundaries This would lead to a mockery of the judicial order Courts do not pass orders which are impossible or difficult to implement Futility of judicial orders which are incapable of enforcement would have to be borne in mind by judges when they pass such orders A conflict between competing public interests will always have to be considered when judicial orders restraining publications are made There is an overriding public interest in publicationdissemination of information and discussion It is the essence of a democratic society Even courts ought not to offend such a public interest The writer is leader of opposition in the Rajya [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: April 9 2017 1:07 pm Nimrat Kaur believes nepotism exists in each and every profession Related News Actress Nimrat Kaur feels that the nepotism debate has been blown out of proportion “When you talk about nepotism it is in each and every profession For example a lawyer’s son will have an easy way of being a lawyer just by the virtue of having grown up in that environment… and having access to that environment “By the same logic even an actor’s kid will have that advantage But then it holds true for just one time as the final word is always with the audience” Nimrat told PTI The 35-year old actress who was here in the city for the launch of Audi A3 Sedan says eventually what matters in life is “where you are going to and not where you are coming from” And coming from a humble background with her first car being a second-hand Maruti Swift to now a proud owner of Audi Nimrat terms her journey as a “privileged” one “It has been a long journey with too many years and too many experiences But a blessed and amazing journey from the time I used to take trains autos to cabs… And now life has obviously changed” she says Talking about the road ahead the actress is excited about her upcoming web series titled ‘The Test Case’ as she gets to play the role of an army officer something which she says is “very close to her heart” Also read: Donald Trump’s election as US president will have no negative effect on Indian artistes in Hollywood: Nimrat Kaur “My father was an army officer and now getting to play the role of an army officer myself is like life coming a full circle It’s a story of the first woman commander in army Yes it is a fictional account since India never had a woman commander in army” she says Directed by Nagesh Kuknoor the web series will be aired in Ekta Kapoor’s Balaji digital space initiative ALTBalaji For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shoma A Chatterji | Published: May 15 2009 10:27 am Top News Producer: Gautam KunduDirector: Haranath ChakrabortyCast: Ranjit MullickSandhya RoyLaboni SarkarChandan SenDebesh RoychoudhuryShyamal DuttaHiron Chatterjee Suryawhose natural mother Alo abandons him in the nursing homeis adopted by the childless Justice Bikash Chatterjee and his wife Chhaya He grows up to be a very good boysaves the local shopkeepers from being victimised by anti-socialsbecomes DSP (Town) and gallivants around with his girlfriendthe only child of a noted industrialist Alosaved while attempting suicide by Ali Chachakeeps tracking the growth of Surya from a distance and makes both ends meet by taking in stitching orders But trouble arrives when Tilok RoyAlos evil husbandis released from jail He threatens Alo that he will use the boy to blackmail his rich parents Alo kills Tilok in a moment of furyBikash steps down from his judges seat to defend her and she gets a limited jail term Just before going to jailthe natural mother is united with her long-lost son and everything ends happily Technical Expertise :Haranath Chakraborty is a no-holds-barred filmmaker whose films are aimed at the front-the masses There is a little bit of everything that masses find entertaining Maa Amaar Maa is no exception He picks the root concept from the mythological story of Krishna who is sired by Vasukidelivered by Devaki and brought up by Yashoda Maa Amaar Maa with two Maas in the title gives away much of the story But unlike his mythological counterpartSuryo grows up to be the ideal good boy who tops the universityhas a beautiful girlfriend on the side to sing and dance withand fights with goons who terrorise the neighbourhood He is not aware that his natural father is a killer Laboni Sarkar as Alo (Devaki) portrays a struggling mother whofor onceshuts down her glycerine factoryher face veering between expressions of sadness and sheer bliss Old-timer Sandhya Roy would have done more justice to her Yashoda had she spared her face from too much make-up Ranjit Mullick as the adoptive father is just fine Hiron is very good as Suryoespecially in the action scenes that are choreographed very well Both he and newcomer Dipannita need to polish up their dancing desperately Dipannitas costumes are bizarre in colour and design The music is average and so are the cinematography and the production designRating:Two stars – one for its sheer entertainment value and one for the entire acting cast For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsKolkata: There has been a shortfall of Rs 36000 crore in projected revenues in the first four months post Goods and Services Tax (GST) implementation West Bengal Finance Minister Amit Mitra said on Friday While the projected collection at 14 percent growth was Rs 172000 crore the actual figure realised had been Rs 136000 crore resulting in a deficit of Rs 36000 crore for the first four months till November Mitra who is also a GST Council member told reporters on the sidelines of an event here GST was rolled out from 1 July this year Representational image Reuters He said the compensation amount in case of revenue loss of the states after GST was Rs 55000 crore This amount semed inadequate in the collection figures as it did not gain traction According to Mitra the main reason for the deficit was the inability of a vast section of Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) to register themselves on the GSTN portal "Due to this many of them had gone back to the manual mode" he said In this regard Mitra said he had urged the Centre to raise the compensation amount Meanwhile Mitra informed that Shalimar Works of the state government had formed a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) with a Bangladeshi ship building firm to manufacture ships here The Centre has accorded all the clearances for the SPV he said Moreover a city-based agro processing firm — IFB Agro — has expressed desire to set up a phyto-sanitary compliance unit at Haldia for a shrimp processing plant he said By: Express Web Desk | New York | Updated: September 2 2017 10:20 am Garbine Muguruza defeated Magdalena Rybarikova 6-1 6-1 and continue her best US Open run (Source: Reuters) Related News Garbine Muguruza marched into the fourth round of the US Open fourth round with a 6-1 6-1 win over Slovakian Magdalena Rybarikova atLouis Armstrong Stadium Muguruza who won her second grand slam by winning the 2017 Wimbledon barely broke sweat against the 31st seed as she set up a clash with Petra Kvitova The 27-year old Czech who is playing hereighth tournament since missing five months of action after being stabbed in the hand made it into the fourth round with 6-0 6-4 win over French 18th seed Caroline Garcia Muguruza one of the pre-tournament favourites dropped serve once Only Karolina Pliskova and Elina Svitolina can deny the 2016 Roland Garros winner from reaching the top spot for the first time in her career “I’m taking every match as a final here” Muguruza said Meanwhile USA’s Venus Williams and Sloane Stephens also made it into the next round Sloane is making a comeback after recovering from left foot surgery and is back in the fourth round for the first time since 2013 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsPublished: February 20 2014 3:37 am Related News In the last few days of the 15th Lok Sabha Parliament has gone into a Telangana tailspin In the process many important bills with far-reaching impact have been ignored They have been stalled not because of any disagreement between parties on the broad shape of the bill or even individual clauses but because other issues have always been given greater priority They include the rights of persons with disabilities bill that seeks to update the 1995 legislation and expand the category to include autism and dyslexia among other disabilities to guarantee accessibility to public buildings and to increase reservations in government jobs and educational institutions While this bill does not please all activists it stands to improve the lives of crores of people Apart from these a range of bills that address various aspects of public corruption and service delivery must be passed in the common interest These bills are trickier not because of what they contain but because of whom they are seen to benefit By championing an anti-corruption omnibus of six bills Rahul Gandhi is certainly trying to position the Congress for the election Predictably and understandably that makes the BJP resist their passage given how central the UPA’s perceived corruption is to its own campaign But some of these are crucial interventions that parties must support if they are to stand by their own rhetoric on corruption For instance the whistleblowers protection bill provides necessary shields to those who disclose corrupt or otherwise illegal actions by public officials The right to time-bound services and grievance redressal bill aims to create a citizen’s charter and to remove harassment and rent-seeking from service provision and impose accountability on officials — a legislation that could arguably help dent the currently widespread disillusionment with the state’s processes The public procurement bill also aims to curb discretion and enable the shift towards competitive bidding in Central procurement These valuable aims should not be lost in the bids to appropriate or deny political credit The Congress would do well to put them ahead of its own electoral agenda and the BJP equally should realise that these bills cannot wait All responsible and forward-looking parties should cooperate to pass them They should redeem this parliamentary session to the extent they can For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: August 6” said Balwan Singh, For all the latest Delhi News.
adding that the petition appeared to be a “publicity stunt” which may attract “heavy cost”. File image of Laxmikant Parsekar.