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a character tells another: just make sure my eyes do not move from you for five whole minutes.Jackie Shroff Director: Vijay Krishna Acharya The Indian Express Rating: ** Somewhere in the build-up to the film.

download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | Mumbai | Published: July 5,bowlers who have done their job better,Sufi came from Sufi and ends at Sufi, he adds Hamsar is a disciple of the great singer Ustad Bade Gulam Sahab though he also strives to evolve his own characteristics of singing His voice has a sound classical baseas he uses elaborate improvisations and ornamentation of the classical stylesuch as taans (long crescendos)gamaks and murkis (vacillations of the voice) His favorite quote isYa Tu Yaar Ka HojaYa Tu Yaar Ko Apna Bana Le Hamsar and his friends are a sought-after group in Delhi and elsewhere in India Besides singing qawwalisthis group has often been invited to perform bhajans of Mata Vaishno DeviKhatu Shyaam Baba and Shri Sainath Maharaj of Shirdi at religious gatherings For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPublished: September 11 2017 12:54 pm Reporters film a screen showing a video footage of detained Taiwanese activist Lee Ming-Che testifying at his trial a the Yueyang Intermediate People’s Court in Yueyang south China’s Hunan province Monday (AP) Top News A Taiwanese activist has pleaded guilty to subverting state power in China’s first prosecution of a nonprofit worker on criminal charges since Beijing passed a law tightening controls over foreign non-governmental organizations “I spread articles that maliciously attacked the Communist Party of China China’s existing system and China’s government” the activist Lee Ming-che told the court in the central Chinese city of Yueyang Lee said he also organized people and wrote articles “intended to subvert the state’s power” Subversion of state power is a vaguely defined charge often used by authorities to muzzle dissent and imprison critics Lee’s wife Lee Ching-yu who was in Yueyang for the trial had warned that he might be pressured into pleading guilty China’s wide-ranging crackdown on civil society has featured a string of televised “confessions” _ believed to have been coerced _ from human rights activists accused of plots to overthrow the political system On Monday his supporters blasted the legal process “This trial is illegal” said Hsiao I-Min who traveled to Yueyang with Lee’s wife and is with the Taiwanese non-governmental organization Judicial Reform Foundation Lee “was forced to confess a false truth” “Pursuing democracy and freedom is not a crime” Hsiao continued “Mr Lee was accused by the Chinese government of discussing and spreading ideas about democracy from the West We think this is a basic human right” Security was tight at the Yueyang City Intermediate People’s Court with barricades on the streets dozens of security personnel patrolling the perimeter and reporters ordered to leave the area Lee Ming-che 42 has conducted online lectures on Taiwan’s democratization and managed a fund for families of political prisoners in China He cleared immigration in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory of Macau on March 19 but never showed for a planned meeting with a friend later that day Amnesty International and other rights organizations have called for his immediate release The new law says foreign NGOs must not endanger China’s national security and ethnic unity and subjects nonprofit groups to close police supervision It is seen as an attempt to clamp down on perceived threats to the ruling Communist Party’s control Relations between Taiwan and China have been near an all-time low since the election of Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen whose Democratic Progressive Party has advocated Taiwan’s formal independence China cut off contacts with Taiwan’s government in June five months after Tsai was elected Lee’s co-defendant Peng Yuhua who is from mainland China also pleaded guilty Peng said he had founded an organization called Palm Flower Company to pressure China to accept a multiparty political system Lee was his deputy in charge of education Peng said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Beijing | Published: April 11 2017 11:10 am Top News A ruling Communist party official in China’s volatile Uygur Muslim majority Xinjiang province was demoted for not “daring” to smoke in front of local religious leaders which is regarded as a sign of timidity in fighting against religious extremism Jelil Matniyaz the party chief of a village in Hotan Xinjiang was demoted from “senior staff member” to “staff member” on March 25 for his “infirm political stands…and for being afraid to smoke in front of religious figures” a notice posted on the Hotan Daily’s social media WeChat account said “Smoking is a personal choice and religious and ordinary people should respect each other but his behaviour of ‘not daring’ to smoke conforms with extreme religious thought in Xinjiang” the Global Times quoted a Hotan official as saying “As a party chief he should lead the fight against extreme religious thought otherwise he would fail to confront the threat of extreme regional forces” the official said “According to local religion customs smoking is not allowed in front of older or religious people” Turgunjun Tursun a professor with the Zhejiang Normal University told the Global Times on Monday However some religious people force ordinary citizens also to comply with the requirements a senior official who had been working in Xinjiang for years told the Global Times The official’s demotion is an isolated case Tursun said adding that the local government should balance de-extremist behaviour and local customs in the crackdown on extremism The move to demote the official comes as authorities intensified their efforts to curb religious extremism state-run Global Times reported on Tuesday Early this month the province where the Chinese security forces are battling recurring attacks by Uygur militants enacted a new law banning a wide range of acts including wearing veils or growing “abnormal”beards In Xinjiang the Turkic speaking Uygurs are restive for several years over increasing settlements of Han population from other provinces China blames separatist East Turkistan Islamic Movement (ETIM) an Al-Qaeda affiliated group for the spate of violent attacks in the province A number of its members reported to have joined the Islamic State militant group to fight in Syria China believes apprehends that they would return to carry out attacks in the country Xinjiang issued a regional anti-extremism regulation in March which bans supporting extremism and curtailing religious freedom and activities The anti-extremism campaign also requires officials to inform local residents about some customs that are used by religious extremists Tursun said Other 96 Hotan officials were also named and shamed in the notice for violating disciplinary regulations including lax work styles dereliction of duty and bribery For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Ishfaq Naseem | Pune | Published: December 14 said at a personal level, who is known for his formidable intellect and knowledge of government policies and laws,the film will also feature Paresh Rawal,By: Express News Service | Pune | Published: December 12 to buy hedge fund SkyBridge Capital LLC from Anthony Scaramucci, For all the latest World News.

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