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But for all his fiery rhetoric, Congress leaders have a right to be worried about picking Rahul as leader of opposition His score card in the Parliament has not been the most inspiring As India Today pointed out "Rahul Gandhi did not ask a single question in Parliament He attended only 4261 percent of the sittings of the Lok Sabha His attendance record in the standing committees of which he is a member is an abysmal 1364 percent Rahul has spent only 5368 percent of the MPLADS funds allocated to him" The report also stated that Rahul had "the fifth worst report card and is placed 17th from the bottom in the overall MP rankings" More importantly he was the lowest ranking MP among Congress leaders which explains why the leadership is not too overjoyed at the thought of giving him the top post in the Parliament The Congress party got only 44 seats in the Lok Sabha which is not even the minimum number of seats required to be the official opposition (that is 10 percent of the total seats in the Lok Sabha) If the Speaker does decide to informally recognise a Congress MP as the leader of opposition — as he/she has the power to do — it’s fair to assume to assume that India’s grand old party wouldn’t want someone who didn’t ask a single question in the last Lok Sabha By: Express Web Desk | Hyderabad | Published: November 17 2016 2:40 pm Chiranjeevi and Kajal Aggarwal in Croatia (Source: Twitter/MsKajalAggarwal) Top News Joining the league of actors who don’t age Megastar Chiranjeevi in his new look for Khaidi No 150 proves that his clock is running backwards Actor Kajal Aggarwal posted a picture along with the star on Twitter from the film’s shooting location in Croatia The 60-year-old (young) actor is dressed in a brown windcheater scarf and black shades and is looking fabulous In fact he can give a tough competition to contemporaries as well as the younger stars including his son Ram Charan Teja More from the world of Entertainment: A few songs are being shot for Khaidi No 150 in parts of Europe Megastar Chiranjeevi Kajal Aggarwal and two choreographers are at the location to shoot two songs for the upcoming movie “We are in Europe for shooting the songs of Khaidi No 150 For the songs we are going to exotic locations of Slovenia and Croatia (Central Europe) Jani master and Sekhar master are choreographing these songs” Ram Charan the producer of the movie had said last week The movie is set to tap on the mega craze of the dance moves of Chiru For a special song anchor Lakshmi Rai was also roped in “I’m very excited that my dream has came true at the end because now I’m working with none other than mega star Chiranjeevi gaaru” choreographer Jani had shared his excitement Khaidi No 150 is Chiranjeevi’s comeback and his 150th movie It is all set for a release in January next year Under V V Vinayak’s direction Khaidi No 150 is a remake of Tamil blockbuster Kaththi that was directed by AR Murugadoss and had Vijay in the lead role The much-awaited movie has Chiranjeevi playing the lead and he will be seen romancing Kajal Aggarwal One more pictwittercom/rWhGgBD62K — Kajal Aggarwal (@MsKajalAggarwal) November 15 2016 The film also has Devi Sri Prasad scoring the music and Bollywood actor Tarun Arora playing the baddie For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: May 12 2016 12:15 am Tina Dabi Related News That Tina Dabi has topped the civil services examination at age 22 is an extraordinary achievement Her success is about individual excellence but it is about more than that The powerful symbolism of a Dalit girl topping the IAS list must not be ignored To be sure her middle-class background — both her parents are engineers — may have relatively insulated her from the social and economic oppression a majority of Dalits in India are forced to endure and eased her pursuit of success Yet Dabi’s journey can become a source of inspiration for scores of students from underprivileged castes and communities — to fight prejudice and win against all odds Symbols have the power to move people to motivate them to break the limits set by history and society Symbols can empower communities in unexpected ways Mahatma Gandhi and Babasaheb Ambedkar recognised well the potential of symbols and used them astutely to undergird their respective emancipatory visions Even as we celebrate the symbolic resonance of Dabi’s achievement this is also a moment to remind ourselves of the structural constraints that still hold back others like her Systemic discrimination and institutional infirmities continue to prevent a large section of India’s population from realising its true potential Despite the long history of social justice movements and constitutional safeguards caste inequality remains an inescapable reality Its dominance as a social institution may have diminished over the years but caste continues to manifest itself as an instrument of power including in the state’s institutions The case of Rohith Vemula who took his own life after what was by all accounts a tortuous battle against institutional discrimination is telling It was only the latest reminder that there remains a larger battle to be fought against deeply entrenched and routinised prejudices Solitary success stories however heartening become meaningful only when they help build the momentum against the injustice and biases embedded in society Dabi must not remain the exceptional hero Her story must help open up greater possibilities of change Significantly the second rank in the UPSC examination has gone to a Kashmiri Muslim Athar Aamir ul Shafi Khan’s success is a welcome departure from the dominant Kashmir narrative about alienation violence and oppression As in the case of Dabi this country needs many more stories like his For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: April 20 2017 1:54 pm Sanjay Kapur and Priya Sachdev hosted a reception for their friends and family in New York Related News Sanjay Kapur the ex-husband of Karisma Kapoor tied the knot with his longtime girlfriend Priya Sachdev on April 13 The wedding reportedly happened in Delhi away from the paparazzi and the couple chose to keep the celebrations simple and intimate with just close friends and family in attendance The news about the wedding broke only when Priya’s sister Charu shared a picture of the newlyweds on social media However the pictures of couple’s New York reception are now out and they are much glitzier Earlier it was being speculated that Sunjay and Priya might fly to New York where they first met to give a grand reception after their hush-hush wedding And now pictures of their reception from New York have found their way online and we must say that the dreamy reception is making up for the quiet wedding The reception happened at The NoMad Hotel in New York It is also being said that the party is still on Also read |Karisma Kapoor’s ex-husband Sunjay Kapur is now married to Priya Sachdev See pic Here are the pictures from wedding reception of Sanjay Kapur and Priya Sachdev See wedding picture of Sanjay Kapur and Priya Sachdev In the pictures we see Priya cutting a three layered cake with Sanjay standing beside her Also what caught the attention of the shutterbugs were the words “I Do” embroidered on the shoes of the third time groom Sanjay Before Priya Sanjay married actor Karisma Kapoor in 2003 but the two had an ugly split and went through an acrimonious battle for years before they finally got a divorce in June last year Sanjay and Karisma have two children — Samiera and Kiaan His first marriage with designer Nandita Mahtani ended in two years Also read|Is Karisma Kapoor planning to tie the knot with rumoured beau Sandeep Toshniwal Meanwhile Karisma — who is rumoured to be dating Mumbai-based businessman Sandeep Toshniwal — might also get hitched soon The duo has been making news for quite some time now for making several public appearances For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: March 4 2015 1:54 am Related News Claiming that despite its poor show in the Delhi Assembly elections the BJP government at the Centre has not realised the “ground realities” the CPM’s People’s Democracy says the government is “determinedly seeking to push ahead [with] its neoliberal economic reforms agenda” “The Modi government moved to withdraw three crucial bills from the Rajya Sabha Instead of replacing the ordinances it had promulgated on vital issues through amendments to the original bills it sought the withdrawal of these bills from the Rajya Sabha (where the BJP/ NDA does not have a majority) in order to make way for the amended bills to be introduced and passed in the Lok Sabha (where it has a majority) and then bring them to the Rajya Sabha” says the editorial “The Modi government is continuously threatening that it shall call a joint session of Parliament and have these bills passed in order to circumvent the reality that it does not have a majority in the Rajya Sabha” it adds It also talks about the changes being brought in by the government to the 2013 land acquisition act and the “brazen manner in which this Modi government is promoting the interests of private profit maximisation” “Widespread protests have begun both inside and outside of Parliament against such amendments to the law” it says “The Modi government will seek to use its ‘tyranny of majority’ in the Lok Sabha to have such legislations passed even without permitting the scope for meaningful discussions and deliberations These will be… sought to be blocked in the Rajya Sabha But given the fact that the Modi government is only aggressively pursuing the policy direction of the previous UPA 2 government it remains to be seen how consistent the Congress party will be in opposing these anti-people measures” it states CORPORATE INTEREST Talking about the government’s push to amend land acquisition bill the CPI’s New Age says it is “obvious that the government is not ready to heed to (sic) the people’s opposition and wants to stick to the commitments on land made to the corporate capital and other vested interests including the builder mafias” “Modi government is really in a pathetic condition… In the process Modi government got exposed as a government that has least regard for democratic norms and procedure Within first six months of its existence it resorted to ordinance route in over a dozen matters including such crucial issues like land acquisition coal block auctioning and entry of foreign capital in insurance sector” says the editorial “The land acquisition bill which has been brought to replace the ordinance not only provides for unethical unlawful acquisition but also endanger the very concept” the editorial states “But Modi government is adamant as it is one of the crucial concessions it has promised to the corporate capital that has staked everything to put this government in the saddle” it adds BUDGET FOR the RICH The CPI(ML)’s ML Update says the Union budget is a “bonanza for the rich” and a “bitter austerity pill for others” The editorial says “The budget has certainly handed out a big bonanza to the corporate sector — may not be as big a bonanza as would make the share market jump in joy but a substantial bonanza nevertheless That there are sharp cuts in social spending is another fact that stares everybody in the face… But if the budget has added to the disappointment of one section of the people it is the section which had voted in a big way for the BJP in the last Lok Sabha election — the burgeoning Indian middle class It is the middle class that along with the poor andthe deprived will bear the burden of the 2015-16 budget…” Compiled by Ruhi Tewari For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News5 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity a year. told state-run Xinhua news agency.

improving the resilience of their food and increasing its diversity. 2017 3:32 am Representational Image Related News At least three swine flu deaths have been reported in Thane and Mumbai in the past 48 hours, * Dhoni went on to score his 100th international half-century and 66th in ODIs. Gandhi said the Associated Journals Limited (AJL), Reuters Maoists had links with LTTE too Seeking help from external sources is nothing new for Maoists. Related News This is Bangalore and it is 2015.