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the cleric responds: "Unlike Kashmir, A 35-year-old woman had filed a case against Khan on July 20 for allegedly threatening her with dire consequences. the AAP is now planning to set up a team of around 200 volunteers to assist parents belonging to economically weaker sections (EWS) get admission for their wards in city’s private schools. late evening Wednesday. In an eight hour long procedure conducted by four doctors, "Time will decide what happens on 16 July. Addressing the 14th Ramlal Parikh Memorial Lecture presided over by prominent educationist Dr Ravindra Dave here on Saturday at Ahmedabad Management Association, the device offers hi-fi surround sound even when played on devices without Ozo Audio. Those who believe this are deluding themselves. Those men who divorce through instant talaq can now be hauled up by the police for harassment and mental torture and will have to face the consequences Is there a sense of vindication that the courageous stand you took in the Shah Bano case has now in a way been upheld by the Supreme Court It is not personal vindication that I am looking at Whatever I did was out of conviction and I am happy that the Supreme Court has intervened and restored the rights of the Muslim women (the rights) that should have always been available to them Written by Associated Press | Paris | Published: October 2 2010 4:47 pm Related News Love was in the air at Paris’ spring-summer 2011 ready-to-wear shows on Fridayas Lanvin’s sumptuous confections worked the world weary crowd of fashion insiders into a covetous lather The Paris-based fashion house has quietly built a cult following by deciphering women’s desires and churning out collection after collection that’s exactly what they want Friday’s lineup was no exception Designer Alber Elbaz’s parade of dresses fluttering kaftanssheaths in liquid silk and second-skin columns had something for everyone “I’m one fat designer who spends all his time thinging about the body I’m trying to understand the needs of womenbut different women” the affable Elbaz told a scrum of journalists “There are some women that are a size 34 (US size 0) and that’s OKand there are other women who are a size 44 (US size 10) and that’s also OK” The well-rounded show worked through lots of different ideaschurning out potential offerings for women of all shapes and sizes The same could not be saidhoweverfor Maison Martin Margielathe conceptual label whose mysterious Belgian founder decamped earlier this year The label’s design studio sent out a one-note collection that hammered its (single) point through with the subtly of a sledgehammer: It was all about two-dimensionalitywith sweater dressestrench coats and pantsuits that sprouted a flatstarched rectangle on the front side Luxury supernova Christian Dior raised that quintessentially tacky garmentthe Hawaiian shirtto the pinnacle of chic with a featherlight collection of sundresses in eye popping palm leaf prints Rising Brazilian talent Pedro Lourenco combined his signature material – leather – with transparent tulle to create boldfuturistic looks that appeared to defy gravity His column dresses and slick pantsuits were a patchwork of lozenge-shaped leather appliques that seemed to be clinging directly to the models (Closer inspection revealed they were in fact stitched to nude tulle bodysuits) Another rising starFrance’s Isabel Marantshowed why she’s earned an A-list roster of fans in the US with a collection steeped in easyParis chic Japan’s Issey Miyake delivered a solid lineup of wearable summer separates that showcased the house’s expertise in technical fabrics Paris’ nine-day-long ready-to-wear displays hit the halfway mark on Saturday with shows by homegrown talent Jean Paul Gaultier and Sonia Rykiel CHRISTIAN DIOR The king of kitschthe Hawaiian shirtgot a classy upgradepaired with featherweight chiffon in eye-popping orangeyellow and purple The prints bubbled on the frothy layered skirts of drop-waisted minidresses or breezed lazily on the vaporous trains of see-through evening gowns Another Hawaiian touch – the flower lei – was worked into the collectionwith fuchsia petals exploding off the hemlines of kicky sundresses and worked into the dresses’ halter straps Dior designer John Gallianodecked out as a French sailor for his final strutworked in masculine elements borrowed from the mariner’s uniformtopping the sheer looks off with oversized parkas in white and navy Silk halter tops were worn with button-front sailors’ trouserswith jaunty white sailors’ caps topping off the looks It was hardly a groundbreaking collectionbut its easyflirty prettiness was appealing You could definitely see jet setters snapping up the flower print sundresses for their holidays on the French Riviera One such jet-setterKate Moss – who took the show in from a front-row perch – appeared to be making a mental shopping list as the looks strutted by LANVIN Normally hard-pressed to muster a decent round of applause even after strong showsthe normally blase fashion crown broke once and again into spontaneous cheers in the middle of the Lanvin show It was like they couldn’t help themselves The parade of dresses- second-skin columnsfluttering kaftansliquid silk sheathes – was simply too ravishingtoo desirable Asked to explain the effusive reactiondesigner Alber Elbaz responded “love brings love” People are responding to the “the fact that (they) see the emotion and the time and the work that I’ve been putting in this collectionin (trying to) understand women’s lifestyles and lives and dreams and fantasy” Elbaz said after the obligatory photo-ops with A-list guests Janet Jackson and Lenny Kravitz “I almost have no private lifeI don’t go out muchyou don’t see me in parties I’m just workingdoing things to make you all beautiful That’s my mission” The women of the world – at least those with deep enough pockets to handle the label’s hefty price tags – can only be grateful to Elbaz for his monastic work ethic Each look the Israeli designer turned out was more gorgeous than the last There was a vaguely tribal feel about the collectionbut the beauty of the clothes – more than any particular “inspiration” – was its decisive narrative Sandy colored goddess gowns had long skirts that blew like desert dunesand tank dresses clung to the body like liquid silver ISABEL MARANT Never has a rugby shirt looked as sexy Marant mixed sportswear staples with ultra-feminine pieces in layers of frothy lace for easybreezy Paris chic With their tousled hair and makeup-free facesher models looked like they’d just rolled out of bed and thrown on whatever they found strewn across the floor – cuffed shortsa mesh tanktopa lumberjack shirt or a multitiered miniskirt And by some miracle of nature – let’s chalk it up to French genes – their thrown together looks just happen to work Pieces borrowed from boyfriendslike the rugby shirts or the mesh basketball tankswere paired with lacy skirts or morphed into dresseswith a belt knotted saucily at the hips Sequin-covered cropped vests added a touch of seventies glamour to some of the looks Not that they needed it MAISON MARTIN MARGIELA When you say the Margiela collection was two-dimensionalit sounds like a value judgmentbut it’s not With all the looks fitted out with a flatstarched rectangular flaps on the frontcalling it two-dimensional was just to state a simple fact The show began with menswear looks that morphed into ladies’ outfitsa button-down shirt worn as a sexy dresswith trompe l’oeil paneling that made it look as if the skeletal models had been sewn into garments that had once belonged to a corpulent man One idea led to anotheras ideas tend to at this conceptual labeland next thing we knewthe design team fixated onto the notion of men’s shirts folded up in the plastic envelopes they’re sold in: The shirt-dresses then sprouted the flat flapswhich highlighted the contrast between the garment’s cardbard-like front and its body-hugging backside A red sweater-dress with its obligatory flap on front conjured up the Queen of Hearts in a community theater production of “Alice in Wonderland” A minidress made of two squares of black vinyl with the model vacuum packed in between was reminiscent of fruit at a Japanese supermarketwhere everything is sold in plastic Flatness is interesting ideaperhapsbut one that was plenty clear after the first few looksmaking much of the show seem redundant ISSEY MIYAKE The Tokyo-based label was spot on trend with this collection woven around pretty straw prints Featherlight sundresses in sunny yellow fabric printed with the woven straw seats of traditional wooden chairs from Provence had all the charm of a summer in the south of France The printsalso served up in black-and-whiterecalled the tree-print collection by California label Rodartewhich showed in New York last month to considerable praise Miyakeknown for its innovative fabricsalso sent out less flashy summer basics in sober black and white prints and solids A white shift dress had the bumpy texture of a tortoise shell woven into the high-tech fabricand a pair of harem pants was knit with cobweb cutouts A cropped pantsuit in tiny vertical pleats had the texture of a sheet of crisp white paper and crumpled at the hips as the model walkedwhile horizontally pleated A-line dress printed with black and white rings jiggled like Jell-O The collection didn’t break any new ground for the label but was still lightlovely and appealingz For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPatna: In yet another action which could embarrass BJP actor-turned-party MP Shatrughan Sinha has requested "dear friend" Chief Minister Nitish Kumar to release a book written on him Sinha who is at odds with BJP after being sidelined in recent the Bihar Assembly elections told PTI that he would also invite RJD president Lalu Prasad for the book launch Shatrughan Sinha AFP Asked if leaders of his own party would be called for the book launch function in Patna he quipped "It concerns Art and Culture and not Agriculture Only those who deserve would be invited for the function" The book Anything but Khamosh written by a Mumbai-based journalist was first released in Delhi by Sinha’s "friend philosopher and guide" and senior BJP leader LK Advani in January Sinha said he called on Kumar at his residence for nearly an hour on Wednesday during which he requested Kumar to launch the book in Patna in the third week of March the date of which is yet to be finalised Sources close to the actor-turned-BJP leader who were present with him at the time of the meeting said Kumar showed a lot of warmth and acted as a perfect host by coming out and seeing off the BJP MP in his car When asked what other issues cropped up during the meeting Sinha said "propriety demands secret must be kept secret" Sinha popularly known as "Bihari Babu" had left BJP leaders fuming over his meeting with Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad separately two days back Prasad accompanied by wife Rabri Devi exchanged pleasantries with Shatrughan and his elder brother Lakhan Sinha and went for photo-op of the interaction on Tuesday at Patna Airport Prasad had lauded Sinha for single-handedly taking on the leadership of BJP for trying to sideline him (Sinha) PTI By: PTI | New Delhi | Published: November 14 2016 3:50 pm Vijender Singh has an unbeaten record in his professional boxing career at 7-0 (Source: AP) Top News Vijender Singh will face the most accomplished opponent of his professional career when he defends his WBO Super Middleweight Asia Pacific title against former world and current intercontinental Champion Francis Cheka on December 17 The 34-year-old experienced boxer from Tanzania is a veteran of 43 fights with 32 wins including 17 knockouts and has tested himself against top super-middleweight talent including WBA world champion Fedor Chudinov from Russia and WBC international Champion Matthew Mecklin from UK Cheka has racked up 300 gruelling rounds under his belt in the 16 years of his career compared to Vijender’s 27 and has no fear fighting in India Cheka was formerly a WBF world champion and currently he holds the Intercontinental Super Middleweight Championship title which he won in February against Serbian Geard Ajetovic Vijender on the other hand is undefeated in his seven-fight career so far Cheka is Vijender’s most experienced opponent to date and will prove a stern test for the big-hitting Indian boxer Vijender currently has a record of seven out of seven wins including 6 knockouts Vijender claimed his first title at the Thyagaraj Stadium in July this year against Australian Kerry Hope On fighting Cheka Vijender said”Cheka is a highly experienced boxer he has many bouts under his belt but none of this demotivates me I am training harder to match up to his level and hoping for another win “Once again my fight will be at home just like last time the support that I got from the crowd was overwhelming and I am sure there will be more people who will come out to support me I am confident of my win; I feel my stance is becoming better with every training session that I am undergoing “My trainer also feels that my punches are stronger than before and he has also put me under high intensity training I am sure of protecting my title with as much pride as I won it I am going to leave no stone unturned to make sure my title stays with me” he added Cheka was more aggressive with his words and promised to knock out Vijender “I am ready to give this kid a lesson of boxing…I will come to India I have heard a lot about this Indian boxer and there’s a lot of hype around him I just can’t wait to be the one to put him in his place” he said “I know he trains in Manchester UK but it will be a great fun to beat Indian lad in his own country and take away his title If you see my record I have a total of 17 knockouts I have played way more rounds than he has I am sure I will be able to knock him out in the first round itself “I have seen his previous fights he has fought absolutely nobody so far and I am sure he will get rid of facing me in the ring The day he will meet me in the ring he won’t have a reply for anything I throw at him and once I start landing my punches at him it be will game over for India’s golden boy There’s no doubt in my mind that I will knockout Vijender” he added Vijender has been training in Manchester for his title defense fight next month Lee Beard trainer of Vijender said “We have been working on Vijender’s strength and power in the gym and he is punching a lot harder I can already see the benefits of the high intensity training sessions we have been putting him and everyone will see an even better Vijender on December 17th “Of all the fighters I have trained he is one of the best when it comes to learning; he is an extremely quick learner He will be prepared and ready to defend his title in style” Neerav Tomar Promoter IOS Boxing Promotions which manages Vijender is excited for this next stint of his organisation “Just like last time this time around also I am confident of a houseful on the fight night People came out in large numbers to support their favourite boxing sensation; the response from the media as well as the social media was overwhelming” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: April 11 2016 3:11 pm Shah Rukh Khan who shares a huge fan following — a glimpse of which can be seen in the trailer of his highly anticipated film “Fan” says that in real life he doesn’t like himself much Related News Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan who shares a huge fan following — a glimpse of which can be seen in the trailer of his highly anticipated film “Fan” says that in real life he doesn’t like himself much “In real life I’m not fond of me I don’t like myself much If I was fond of myself then I would not play the characters I play I would play myself” Shah Rukh said on TV show “Yaar Mera Superstar” Also read: SRK to Prince William and Kate Middleton: India is one of the most colourful and warmest nations you will evervisit “I don’t see myself as people see me In fact I don’t even see my films I watch them only at technical levels like I saw ‘Fan’ I haven’t seen a movie of mine on television either There are so many of my movies that I haven’t seen I am not a fan of myself” he added See Pics:Shah Rukh Khan Aishwarya Rai Bachchan And Bollywood Welcomes Prince William KateMiddleton The 50-year-old who will be seen in a dual avatar – as superstar Aryan and his biggest fan Gaurav – in the Maneesh Sharma directorial says he doesn’t even like the word ‘fan’ Also read: SRK Aishwarya Rai Bachchan Sonam Kapoor Alia Bhatt’s best line up to meet Britishroyals “Fan is a derivative of fanatic It can be a bit negative also at times For people who like me I have never in my career of 25 years called them fans They are admirers We talk about fan because I’m promoting a movie of the same name I personally find the word ‘fan’ very presumptuous” the “Dilwale” star shared See Pics:Kangana SRK Sonam Alia Party At Kareena’shome “I had never thought that so many people from so many places will actually love me so much” he added “Fan” is slated to release on Friday The episode of “Yaar Mera Superstar” featuring Shah Rukh will be aired on Tuesday For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: April 26 2016 6:15 am Top News A Supreme Court bench has admitted the appeal by a Pune-based NGO against the relief granted to Suhas Garud a senior police inspector with Pune Rural police who had allegedly failed to register a complaint after being approached by a 14-year-old schoolgirl who complained of gang rape The apex court has issued a notice to Garud after admitting the complaint The victim’s lawyers said that the bench comprising judges AK Sikri and RK Agarwal held that there was a prima facie case against Garud According to the complaint filed by the 14-year-old girl two officers—Garud and Assistant Police Inspector (API) Sanjay Athiwale (both with Loni-Kalbhor police station at the time of the incident)—had sent her back home twice—on February 26 and February 28 2013—and refused to file a complaint saying that she should bring her parents to the police station The girl alleged that the accused took advantage of the delay to escape and are still absconding Share This Article Related Article A probe by the Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) found the two officers guilty The report was submitted to the special court of Additional Sessions Judge Vinay Joshi where a case under Section 66 (A) of Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act 2012 has been filed A magisterial court then issued proceedings against the two officers The duo then approached the High Court where Athiwale was held guilty but Garud was let off by the bench which observed that ‘there wasn’t any evidence to say that Garud showed any negligence as he didn’t interact with the victim directly’ Sakhi a city-based NGO which is providing the victim legal aid challenged this judgment in the SC “It’s clear that whatever happened at the station during that time was known to Garud-he being in charge of the police station It’s wrong to say that the responsibility to file a complaint lies with the API alone Hence we challenged the order in the SC which took a positive view of our concerns and on Monday issued a notice to Garud taking a view that prime facie there’s a case that he showed negligence in registering the case” said Anjali Pawar of Sakhi WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Monza | Updated: September 2 2016 10:06 pm Lewis Hamilton leads Nico Rosberg by nine points going into the last European race of the season (Source: Reuters) Top News Formula One championship leader Lewis Hamilton his sights set on a 50th grand prix win denied Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg the top spot in Italian Grand Prix practice on Friday The Briton also chasing a hat-trick of wins at the Monza circuit outside Milan enjoyed a sunny afternoon with a fastest lap of one minute 22801 seconds on the supersoft tyres after being second to Rosberg in the morning Rosberg’s quickest effort then was a 1:22959 with the German lapping in 1:22994 after lunch “It is work in progress but going in the right direction and I think we will have a good battle tomorrow” Hamilton told reporters looking forward to another qualifying duel between the dominant pair Ferrari were best of the rest in both sessions at their home track with Finland’s Kimi Raikkonen third in the morning but more than a second off Rosberg’s pace while team mate Sebastian Vettel was fourth Like the Mercedes pair their positions were reversed in the afternoon with Vettel using the supersoft tyres to post a lap 0453 slower than Hamilton The Italian team have used the last of their season’s engine ‘tokens’ for a power boost after ceding second place in the championship to Red Bull and Vettel said he was encouraged by the improvement “It’s a new engine it’s doing what it’s supposed to so that is positive” the German said Hamilton leads Rosberg by nine points going into the last European race of the season but the triple world champion can hope to extend that on Sunday The last driver to win the Italian Grand Prix three times in a row was the late Argentine Juan Manuel Fangio in the 1950s Rosberg winner in Belgium last weekend set his best lap of the morning on the soft tyres as did Hamilton who was one of several drivers to have off-track excursions as they probed the limits McLaren’s Fernando Alonso provided the only real incident of the first session when he crawled back to the pits with a gearbox problem five minutes from the end Dutch teenager Max Verstappen whose aggressive defending against Raikkonen at Spa last weekend is still the talk of the paddock was eighth for Red Bull in the morning and fifth in the second session “I think today showed that we are still a bit off the podium spot” said his Australian team mate Daniel Ricciardo “Ferrari has a good buffer on us…” Verstappen and McLaren’s Jenson Button started the day testing a version of the ‘halo’ head protection device attached to the cockpits of their cars For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ collects Rs 184 crore in first week.
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