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which is very specific.we hope to achieve just that. “The Screen awards set the bar for excellence in Indian cinema because it embodies the fundamental principles of the Express Group: credibility and independence” said Shekhar GuptaEditor-in-Chief of The Express Group Cinema is bristling with talentthese awards applaud and celebrate this creative upsurge” Gupta said The awards follow a uniquerigorous two-step screening process that includes a Screen Selection Academy Its membersamong the finest professionals in the industrysend their recommendations to a select Screen Jury which is not bound by these Previous jury chairpersons include Ramesh SippyAmol PalekarJeetendraAsha ParekhShatrughan SinhaWaheeda Rehman among others For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: Anand Rai who exposed the Vyapam scam in Madhya Pradesh on Wednesday alleged that the question papers of 2017 entrance exam for MBBS course of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) were leaked File image of AIIMS AFP AIIMS reacted to the allegation saying that it was a matter of concern and it was looking into it They are also learnt to have informed the crimebranch of Delhi Police about the issue Rai in a series of tweets posted images of question papers of the entrance examination which was held across the country on 28 May He said that he had received the question paper snapshots from a source who claimed these were leaked from M C Saxena College in Lucknow when the online test was on He also tagged the Prime Minister’s Office in his tweet and sought a CBI enquiry into the issue The AIIMS online entrance test was held in two shifts he said adding that the snapshots clearly prove that the question papers were leaked while the examination was going on "I urge the prime minister and the AIIMS director to ask the CBI to probe the matter" he said Rai also alleged that AIIMS MBBS seats were being "sold" In his Facebook page he has urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to ensure justice for meritorious and hardworking students who suffer because of such "mafias" "Being a doctor myself it fills my heart with sorrow seeing the hardworking and meritorious students suffer like this because of the mafias who are continuously attempting to snatch away their hard work" he said Jammu: Recruitment rallies for military and paramilitary forces would soon be organised for border dwellers of Jammu and Kashmir Union minister Jitendra Singh said on Sunday File image of Union minister Jitendra Singh Courtesy: PIB The minister laid a foundation stone for upgrade and improvement of Dayalachak to Katal village via Jandi road project to be constructed at a cost of Rs 10 crore "Recruitment rallies for military as well as paramilitary forces will soon be organised for border dwellers for which the proposal has already been submitted to the concerned quarters" Singh said at a function in Kathua district "We are committed to provide the best road infrastructure to the people of the state We are working on the widening of the existing roads and in order to prevent loss of young lives in road accidents our first priority is to improve and provide road connectivity to the far off places" he said The Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) said Rs 2600 crore have been sanctioned for consolidating road network in the Kathua-Udhampur Parliamentary Constituency under the PMGSY wherein Rs 1400 crore was especially earmarked for Kathua and Udhampur districts He said that the Shahpur Kandi dam project will not only suffice the income of farmers but also minimise the drinking water scarcity in area with water scarcity By: PTI | New Delhi | Published: August 31 2017 9:04 pm Geeta Phogat feels “lack of training” is the reason behind India’s poor show at World Championships (Source: Instagram) Top News Veteran wrestler Geeta Phogat feels “lack of training” is the reason behind India’s poor show at the recently-concluded World Championships which she terms as the “toughest competition” to win a medal A strong 24-member Indian contingent which returned empty-handed from the World Championships in Paris complained that they were “forced” to train at a local club in Boulevard de Bercy borough situated 250-300 kms away from the main venue with hardly any facilities or even the sparring partners to practice with “World Championships is the toughest competition in the world It is extremely difficult to get a medal at the World Championships even more than the Olympics And when one is not 100 per cent prepared it is next to impossible to win a medal there” Geeta told PTI “I heard from Vinesh (Phogat) and others that there were no training facilities provided to them upon their arrival in Paris 15 days before the tournament They even did not get sparring partners to practice with as none of the other countries’ wrestlers reached there” she said at the sidelines of an event aimed at creating awareness to use Green and Blue dustbins for putting the segregated garbage 2012 World Championships bronze medallist said it would be difficult for her to comment on whom the blame lies with as she was not a part of the contingent “I don’t know whether to blame the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) or the organisers in Paris for our wrestlers not getting proper facilities even after arriving there about a fortnight before the commencement of the tournament But it was unfortunate that they could not train properly before such an important competition” said Geeta Babita Geeta’s younger sister who was also present on the occasion said: “The quality of the competition is very high in the World Championships It is a must to prepare well” Both Geeta and Babita said they were focusing on making a strong comeback at the Nationals in November “Our target is to play in the Nationals and win a medal” Babita who also missed the World Championships this year said Geeta added: “I assure everyone that I will not just win a medal but I will bag a gold at the Nationals” With their eyes set on next year’s Commonwealth and Asian Games both real life ‘Dangal’ sisters are completely focused on their training “For the last one month I have been training very hard at the ‘akhada’ of my husband Pawan Kumar I have cut down on other events to just 3-4 so that my training does not get hampered I am completely focused “Starting with the Nationals I will play in the Pro Wrestling League (PWL) and continue to prepare for the CWG and Asiad There is very less time and I want to utilise it totally” said Geeta “If I manage to perform well and get medals in competitions like Nationals and PWL it would only boost my confidence going into next year” she stressed For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Jagdeep Singh Deep | Mohali | Published: February 26 2017 4:35 am Top News Four days after a Kharar-based conman fled after duping educational institutes and a few budding actors the district police is yet arrest him His last location was traced in Ghaziabad in Uttar Pradesh A police official on condition of anonymity said that the accused switched on his mobile phone at Ghaziabad and inserted a new SIM card in his phone He added that they have sent police teams to conduct raids at the ‘possible’ hideouts in Uttar Pradesh “Our teams are at Shamli and Dehradun We are tracing his number but now he is not using his old number we will arrest him soon” the official added The police official also added that Bhatt loaded his luggage and other items in a truck and then unloaded it near Ambala and hired another truck The truck belongs to a Murthal-based transporter A police team also reached at Murthal and questioned the transporter and the driver of the truck which was hired by the accused Meanwhile a police also received two more complaints against Bhatt on Saturday One complaint was lodged by a man identified as Satti who alleged that the accused duped him of Rs 7 lakh According to the complainant Bhatt hired his sound system for a function but he is yet to receive the payment Bhatt his wife Dolly Bhatt and Yogesh Goel were booked by the police on February 21 based on a complaint by Dr Deepti For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi:More than Rs one crore of taxpayers’ money was spent and expensive gifts were distributed to woo Singaporean investors to Madhya Pradesh but the Ministry of External Affairs is in the dark about the outcome from state Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s much-hyped trip to Singapore last January While the norm is to submit a follow-up report after an official trip to a foreign country a reply to an Right to Information (RTI) query has revealed that the MEA has not received any such document from the Madhya Pradesh government or from the Indian high commission in Singapore Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan PTI As per another set of documents made available in February to RTI activist Ajay Dubey expenditure incurred on Chief Minister Chouhan’s official trip was to the tune of Rs 139 crore borne by the Madhya Pradesh Trade and Investment Facilitation Corporation LimitedAdded to that were gifts worth Rs 41499 given away to potential investors based in Singapore According to another reply from the Madhya Pradesh Trade and Investment Facilitation Corporation Limited (TRIFAC) the gifts were sourced from Mrignayani Madhya Pradesh Emporium and MP Laghu Udyog Nigam Limited — both owned by the state government The list of gift items includes four saris worth Rs 22291 and 20 statuettes of laughing Buddha worth Rs 11718 The government also purchased five shawls worth Rs 7490 from Sant Ravidas MP Hastashilp Evam Hathkargha Vikas Nigam Ltd The purpose of the Singapore visit as stated in the proforma for political clearance was to attract investors to Madhya Pradesh in various sectors Meetings and interactive sessions were reportedly held with potential investors in Singapore These meetings were organised in coordination with the Indian high commission in Singapore and the Confederation of Indian Industry However the documents and air tickets of the trip showed that Chief Minister Chouhan’s wife Sadhna Singh also travelled to Singapore with the delegation It is not clear what was her exact role during the four-day visit between 12-16 January and who paid for her trip The ‘official’ delegation led by the Chief Minister comprised state Commerce Minister Yashodhara Raje Scindia Commerce and Industry Secretary Mohammed Suleman Chief Minister’s Principal Secretary SK Mishra TRIFAC Managing Director DP Ahuja Madhya Pradesh Audyogik Kendra Vikas Nigam Limited Managing Director JN Vyas and a representative of the Ernst and Young in Bhopal Incidentally Chouhan had visited Japan and South Korea between 29 September and 7 October 2015 That trip had cost the exchequer Rs 139 crore besides the gift items for leaders and investors on those countries By: IANS | New York | Published: September 3 2015 2:06 pm “Our findings offer promise for a practical cost-effective parenting strategy to support at-risk toddlers’ social and emotional development and reduce behavioural problems” said Lead Investigator of the study Holly Brophy-Herb Professor at Michigan State University in the US (Source: Thinkstock Images) Top News Helping your toddler understand and express emotions may reduce behavioural problems later on says a new study “Our findings offer promise for a practical cost-effective parenting strategy to support at-risk toddlers’ social and emotional development and reduce behavioural problems” said Lead Investigator of the study Holly Brophy-Herb Professor at Michigan State University in the US The research part of a larger study funded by a grant from the US Department of Health and Human Services involved 89 toddlers (ages 18 months to about two years) from low-income families Mothers were asked to look at a wordless picture book with their toddlers The book included many emotional undertones as illustrations depicted a girl who lost and found a pet Share This Article Related Article Brophy-Herb and her fellow researchers focused on mothers’ “emotion bridging” with the child That involves mothers not only labelling the emotion (for example sad) but also putting it into context and tying it back to the child’s life During a follow-up visit with the families about seven months later the researchers found fewer behavioural problems in the higher-risk children This might be because emotion bridging acts as a tool through which toddlers can begin to learn about their emotions and gradually learn simple words to express emotions needs and wishes instead of acting out physically Brophy-Herb said Helping young children understand emotion should be an ongoing long-term strategy Brophy-Herb said Parents can talk to their children about emotion just about anytime – on a short car trip home for example or even standing in line at the grocery store “Over time these mini-conversations translate into a rich body of experiences for the child” Brophy-Herb said The findings appeared in the Journal of Developmental and Behavioural Pediatrics For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi:The Supreme Court on Wednesday reserved its order on a batch of cross petitions by Karnataka Tamil Nadu Kerala and Puducherry challenging the 2007 Cauvery River Water Disputes Tribunal award However during the course of the hearing the court made it clear that the Centre will have to frame a scheme for the implementation of its orders on river water-sharing between these states and Puducherry after the judgement is pronounced File image of Supreme Court AFP Reserving the order a bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra Justice Amitava Roy and Justice AM Khanwilkar asked the parties involved to submit written submissions on various aspects of the issue that had emerged during the course of hearing on 29 days spread over eight months The issues on which written notes would be submitted to the court include the question of law by Karnataka opposition to the proposition of question of law by Tamil Nadu significant aspects of the 2007 award and the principles invoked by the tribunal the genesis of the issues and other dimensions Soon after the Cauvery award in 2007 both Tamil Nadu and Karnataka had approached the top court to challenge it The hearing saw Karnataka telling the top court that the 1924 agreement between the then British province of Madras and the princely state of Mysore could not be the basis of sharing of Cauvery river water between the present-day Karnataka and Tamil Nadu and that the present-day needs must be taken into account Karnataka said the tribunal in 2007 decided on water sharing on the basis of 1890 and 1924 agreements without determining the equitable share and its apportionment Tamil Nadu on the other hand contended that the tribunal’s award was erroneous as it allocated 192 thousand million cubic feet of water taking into account the cultivation of just one crop as against the prevailing two-crop cultivation in the state It sought the setting up of a mechanism for the award’s implementation that includes the Cauvery Water Management Board Seeking more water than what was allocated to it by the tribunal Tamil Nadu said that in the absence of the Cauvery Water Management Board it had not got its allocated share of water The award had come on 5 February 2007 and was gazetted by the central government on 19 February 2013 Besides deciding on the sharing of water the tribunal had recommended setting up of a Cauvery Water Management Board and the Cauvery Water Regulation Committeewill be called the Colors Screen Awards. 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By: IANS | Mumbai | Published: May 2,despite the Kargil war,while attractive on the surface, 2016 12:01 am Top News A bumper harvest for farmers is welcome news, from sugar and milk to cotton and rubber.