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However, said Superintendent of Police (Pratapgarh) L R Kumar.a hot dog and a disgustingly sweet orange pulp sold as juice,between the two countries.Asked about Sena being a part of the Maharashtragovernment Sakpal said "The government will do its job wewill do ours" "What we did today is Sena’s stance" he said Reacting to the incident BCCI chief Rajeev Shukla said that he ‘strongly condemns’ the attack and said that the cricket governing body would not ‘do anything against the national interest’ Strongly condemns the attack on BCCI Office by Shiv Sena — Rajeev Shukla (@ShuklaRajiv) October 19 2015 BCCI is a responsible body and will not do anything against national interest Cricketing decisions should be left to BCCI — Rajeev Shukla (@ShuklaRajiv) October 19 2015 Congress spokesperson Manish Tiwari was quoted by Times Now as saying"Law and order appears to have completely broken down in Maharashtra The government should take cognizance of this" Tiwari recalled previous incidents in which Pakistani ghazal singer Ghulam Ali’s concert was cancelled and an attack on ex-BJP ideologue Sudheendra Kulkarni had taken place ahead of Khurshid Kasuri’s book launch The Shiv Sena has defended its decision to blacken Kulkarni’s face and even went so far as to say that the former BJP ideologue was more dangerous for the unity of the country than a hundred Kasabs With inputs from PTI By: IANS | Updated: March 6 2017 5:21 pm NASA thinks a powerful-enough magnetic shield launched into space could serve as a replacement for Mars’s own lost magnetosphere ( Source: NASA) Related News Scientists at NASA have proposed that launching a giant magnetic shield into space to protect Mars from solar winds could give the Red Planet its atmosphere back and make it habitable for humans Mars now appears to be a cold desert world and it has no global magnetic field The cold temperatures and thin atmosphere on the red Planet do not allow liquid water to exist at the surface for long But it might not have been always so Watch all our videos from Express Technology Scientists believe that the Red Planet once had a thick atmosphere necessary to maintain liquid water and a warmer potentially habitable climate It is the collapse of the protective magnetic field billions of years ago that eventually made Mars what it is today — cold and arid In a presentation at the Planetary Science Vision 2050 Workshop in Washington DC last week NASA scientists proposed that launching a giant magnetic shield into space between Mars and the Sun could help the Red Planet restore its atmosphere and make it suitable for humans to colonise in the future The US space agency thinks a powerful-enough magnetic shield launched into space could serve as a replacement for Mars’s own lost magnetosphere ScienceAlert reported on Monday Also Read: Mars may have been flooded by water: study Launching an “artificial magnetosphere” into space between Mars and the Sun could hypothetically shield the Red Planet in the extended magnetotail that trails behind the protective field NASA’s Planetary Science Division director Jim Green was quoted as saying “This situation then eliminates many of the solar wind erosion processes that occur with the planet’s ionosphere and upper atmosphere allowing the Martian atmosphere to grow in pressure and temperature over time” the researchers explained in an accompanying paper The researchers believe that the magnetic shield could help Mars regain some of its lost Earth-like habitability within the space of a couple of generations For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: Politicians should rise above political differences in matters of national security senior Congress leader Ahmed Patel has told Home Minister Rajnath Singh while demanding "impartial" and "objective" investigation into the arrest of two alleged IS operatives in Gujarat "I wish to bring to your notice the recent reports of thearrest of IS (Islamic State) operatives in South Gujarat. Matters of national security cannot be a prisoner of politics and neither should be reduced to baselessly maligning political opponents for petty electoral gains" Patel wrote in the letter dated 28 October "We should rise above political differences in matters which involve national security Framing terror charges must be done by law enforcement agencies and the judiciary and not by political leaders in press conferences from party headquarters File image of Congress leader Ahmed Patel PTI "I call upon you.as the Home Minister of India toinstruct relevant law enforcement agencies to take this investigation to its logical end in an impartial and objective manner Your government has my unstinted support in this endeavour" said the Congress Rajya Sabha Member from Gujarat He said that Gujarat is the land of Mahatma Gandhi and Sardar Patel and the people of the state "have a proud history" of believing in peaceful co-existence On Saturday the BJP had sought clarification from Congress President Sonia Gandhi over alleged links of Patel to a suspected terrorist arrested in poll-bound Gujarat "The investigative agencies have arrested an IS suspect from a hospital in Gujarat Ahmed Patel is associated with the hospital Congress will have to answer It cannot run away" Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi had said at a press conference in New Delhi Referring to Mohammed Qasim Stimberwala one of the two alleged IS operatives arrested by the Gujarat Anti-Terrorist Squad from Surat on Wednesday Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani on Friday had demanded the resignation of Patel from the Rajya Sabha Stimberwala had resigned recently as an eco-cardiogram technician in the Sardar Patel Hospital and Heart Institute in Ankleshwar where Patel used to be a trustee Patel was one of the trustees during the hospital’s formative years and had resigned as a trustee in 2014 facilitating a new board of trustees to take over the facility Published: February 20 2014 6:41 am A scene of the Lok Sabha (PTI) Related News It was an outage that caused out and out outrage The live feed from the Lok Sabha on Lok Sabha TV blanked out or was blacked out at the precise moment that the Lok Sabha was to vote on the Telangana bill Like the viewers TV news channels were outraged: “Democracy blacked out” declared Headlines Today Jaganmohan Reddy outside Parliament went even further: this is “the murder of democracy in broad daylight” he mourned The Lok Sabha Secretariat put out by all the criticism said it was a “technical” glitch More like “a tactical glitch” retorted the BJP’s Sushma Swaraj even more put out by this explanation But how can they be critical when they had done “something similar in 2002” the nation’s channel (Times Now) demanded of the main opposition party And what of the Congress It claimed to be in total darkness rather like Lok Sabha TV when it was blacked out Gentlemen like Sushil Kumar Shinde Salman Khurshid and Rajiv Shukla looked blank when asked about Lok Sabha TV’s adjournment Blackout What blackout Why we know nothing about it we were in the House they said looking innocent of any knowledge Frankly speaking as Arnab Goswami would say Well now we’ve seen it all even a blackout The final outrage We’ve watched parliamentary proceedings turn to mayhem we’ve seen the boycott of an entire session We’ve watched our representatives yell at each other prevent each other from speaking rush constantly into the well of the House walk out of the House tear into each other tear up bills scuffle fight and finally last week pepper spray each other Parliament has behaved in unparliamentary ways and now it has been treated in an unparliamentary manner Wrong Of course it’s wrong So is much of what we have witnessed in Parliament After this act of censorship you wonder: is there anything left to see And do you want to see it Well we did get to see P Chidambaram deliver his budget speech even if it played out in the background of protests on Telangana There was one priceless visual though: that of Defence Minister AK Antony thumping the table laughing uproariously when the finance minister announced one-rank-one-pension for the armed forces Speaking of pepper spray even as it made its debut in the Lok Sabha by odd coincidence it also turned up elsewhere In a conversation At a beauty parlour where a young customer speaks of using it to protect herself The beautician dismisses pepper sprays with contempt She has the kala teeka she says the vote instead Brought to you by Tata Tea which is promoting women’s empowerment and is currently urging them to vote Narendra Modi has a habit of appearing when you are least looking for him Least looking for him on Tuesday in the lunch break before the Lok Sabha met to vote on Telangana He was in Karnataka speaking about Telangana — what else Obviously all news channels immediately abandoned everything else they were covering — Parliament protests at Ramlila Maidan and Jantar Mantar the chargesheet against Tarun Tejpal — to telecast his speech NDTV 24×7 was extremely scrupulous: it actually credited this telecast with “source: BJP feed” on a corner of the screen Daytime news TV is increasingly more interesting than what passes for news TV in the evenings Why you can watch Modi almost every afternoon — and nobody will deny that Modi’s speeches are far more entertaining than soap operas or the nightly political debates Apart from Modi there’s that other entertainer Arvind Kejriwal who you could have watched at an interaction with the CII at its national council meeting on Monday Or the finance minister at his press conference on his interim budget And then there was an impromptu media interaction with Rahul Gandhi making a guest appearance to laud the government the prime minister and Sonia Gandhi for one-rank-one-pension Elsewhere you could have watched the protests against Telangana at Jantar Mantar with Jaganmohan Reddy getting more than a fair share of the limelight Lastly have you been watching the “So Sorry” spoofs on Aaj Tak and Headlines Today The latest has Modi and Rahul Gandhi facing off as gladiators offering potential coalition partners their best deals Great fun but would they please make Rahul look more like Rahul shailajabajpai@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mallica Joshi | Updated: April 20 2017 5:48 pm Delhi Deputy Chief minister Manish Sisodia during interview with Indian Express at his residence in New Delhi on Saturday EXPRESS PHOTO BY PRAVEEN KHANNA 15 04 2017 Top News Reeling from defeats in the Punjab Assembly elections and the Rajouri Garden bypoll the upcoming municipal elections are crucial for the Aam Aadmi Party The Indian Express speaks to Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia about the road ahead Have defeats in Punjab and Rajouri Garden hit the party’s popularity We could see the result in Rajouri Garden beforehand We knew the decision of the party to send Jarnail Singh to Punjab — it was not and couldn’t have been Singh’s decision alone — had angered people But I look at this a little positively If the bypoll and municipal elections had happened at the same time public anger would have been reflected in both results But when people have expressed their anger with such apnapan they become neutral the next time What about the perception that Punjab results will harm your prospects in Delhi If we had won in Punjab it wouldn’t have meant that MCD election was a cakewalk In municipal polls issues are different Punjab was important from the national point of view and I still feel that while our targets were very high for a party that is four years old to form the government in one state be the opposition in another and have 6 per cent vote share in the third state is not a setback On the other hand yes in Punjab we had several plans and the defeat there is a setback for those plans Several senior BJP and Congress leaders have come to Delhi to campaign What impact will this have Both parties lack issues BJP’s problem is that it can’t save face With what credibility will they go to people and say we will do this or that How can they say we will clean Delhi The Prime Minister propagated Swachh Bharat for three years he swept a part of Delhi despite that you couldn’t do it… They have no option but to talk about macro issues We are talking about micro issues like garbage building plans parks roads and house tax What do you believe will work in your favour The work we have done in health education water and power… No one spoke about these issues The Shunglu Committee report points out several irregularities in the Delhi government’s functioning How do you respond The whole report does not point to a single instance of corruption What it lists out are problems in procedures We are an unconventional party that got unconventional out of the box support in 2015 We need to change some things and that’s where procedural issues come in We didn’t send files to the L-G for approval as it is our stand that an elected government does not need to The case is in Supreme Court Most of our MLAs are almost hand to mouth How will they set up an MLA office We gave them offices in government buildings PWD flats were given space in DJB offices were given What’s the crime in that When it comes to Abhinav Rai’s and Swati Maliwal’s accommodations — it ought to be the government’s decision just like it has always been… Salary adjustment where one person is appointed in place of two and is given an ‘adjusted salary’ is a common practice There is a difference between corruption and questioning impractical rules You have been campaigning in your constituency for the past few days What is the feedback from the ground People are saying we will vote for you The last meeting I attended was with parents who are very happy with the decrease in fees of private schools A perception is being created… that everything has gone wrong with AAP Ground reality is very positive This is the first time people are seeing something happening that directly affects their lives Big symbolic things have always taken centrestage but decreasing power and water bills reducing school fee getting EWS admission without approaching a powerful person — all these things matter to people For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: December 4 2016 11:18 am Who can forget the coming-of-age movie Wake Up Sid starring Ranbir Kapoor and Konkona Sensharma Related News Who can forget the coming-of-age movie Wake Up Sid starring Ranbir Kapoor and Konkona Sensharma Directed by Ayan Mukerji the film was released in 2009 However it still feels as new as if it was released only yesterday The trio met recently and were captured in a single frame Producer Karan Johar took to Twitter and shared the lovely picture The film was special for all three of them – Ranbir Ayan and Konkona It was a breezy take on life and its complexities Ranbir’s innocent act is one of his most memorable performances onscreen The film established him as an actor On the other hand Konkona gave her own sincerity and slowness to the film Wake Up Sid was mostly shot in Mumbai It also shared its fair share of controversies when MNS asked makers to change the word ‘Bombay’ to ‘Mumbai’ in the film The lead cast got great assistance from Anupam Kher and Supriya Pathak’s well-nuanced acting And if that wasn’t enough we had Rahul Khanna as icing on the cake In one of his most sophisticated roles Khanna played an editor of a magazine Konkona found herself attracted to Khanna’s character Konkona believed that she could only love mature and independent men However Konkona and Ranbir ended up sharing a beautiful relationship which grew stronger over a period of time Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy’s score did wonders for the movie And you can still listen to people humming its soulful song ‘Iktara’ So it’s not hard to guess that when Ranbir Ayan and Konkona met they would have had loads to talk about We will love to see the three working on a film again #wakeupsid reunion!!! we have corporations safai karamcharis who pick up waste from dhalaos and in many places.