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" Uddhav, plying on Srinagar-Muzaffarabad route,During an exclusive interview with CNN-IBNGautam Adani has denied taking a favours from the Narendra Modi government in Gujarat Adani who has been the reason behind many allegations aimed at Modi by rival parties said "I have never received any special treatment from Modi nor do I expect any In any of his discussions Modi always talks about policy matters and never about individual companies I am not BJP’s ATM machine" Gautam Adani IBNLive Adani however said "Modi is the most suitable candidate to be PM" Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi has in his political meetings alleged largesse to industrialists like Adani to attack Modi At a recent rally Rahul claimed that Modi had given Adani land for Re 1 the price of a toffee AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal too has alleged a nexus between Modi and industrialists like Adani and Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani Denying the allegations he said "Adani group has been buying land ten years before Modi came to power under the then Congress regime and has been developing Mundra port since then Land was then purchased at Re 1 per sq metre Under the Modi government we have brought land at Rs 15 per sq m All this was non-agricultural and barren land on which development costs were considerable There was no preferential treatment" A school dropout Adani moved to Mumbai at the age of 16 to try his luck He initially dabbled in diamond trade before returning to his home state Gujarat to run a small plastic factory owned by his brother He told CNN-IBN "We bought similar land in Rajasthan during the then Congress regime and now in Maharashtra which is also under the Congress All political groups have encouraged us in developing business Rahul and Sonia Gandhi have been misinformed about preferential treatment by Modi government for me" Adani he set up his own import and export business Adani Enterprises in 1988 Few years later he borrowed heavily and invested in Mundra’s vast swathes of marshy wasteland to build India’s largest port In Mundra Adani also built India’s largest privately-owned power plant producing 4620 MW of power and a 64-km railway connecting the port to railway network Adani has also gone abroad including buying mines ports and railways in Australia and Indonesia With PTI inputs London: A historic bronze statue of Mahatma Gandhi was unveiled today at the Parliament Square here standing adjacent to iconic leaders like Britain’s war-time Prime Minister Winston Churchill and anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela A galaxy of political leaders led by British Prime Minister David Cameron and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley were joined by Bollywood legend Amitabh Bachchan and the Mahatma Gandhi’s grandson Gopalkrishna Gandhi at the ceremony to unveil the 9-foot statue of India’s Father of the Nation Gandhi is the first Indian and the only person never to have been in a public office to be honoured with a statue at the Square Courtesy: ibn live The statue was unveiled jointly by Cameron and Jaitley as chants of "Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram" a popular bhajan that was Gandhi’s favourite reverberated in the air "This statue is a magnificent tribute to one of the most towering figures in the history of world politics and by putting Mahatma Gandhi in this famous Square we are giving him an eternal home in our country" said Cameron Quoting some of Gandhi’s famous words Cameron highlighted how his teachings remain as potent today "This statue celebrates the incredibly special friendship between the world’s oldest democracy and its largest as well as the universal power of Gandhi’s message" Cameron said "Our ties with India have remained close throughout history and continue to go from strength to strength — through mutual respect as equals cooperation and trade and of course through the one-and-a-half million Indians who do so much to make Britain the country it is today bringing our two countries closer to the benefit of both" he said Jaitley invited to the UK especially for the unveiling said the statue was a tribute to the British sense of civility that they now choose to honour someone who was conventionally regarded as their adversary "It is a great tribute to both British liberalism and British democracy that they have now chosen Gandhi to share what is the most prominent public space in this country It is a great day when two adversaries and contrarian viewpoints converge to appreciate each other" Jaitley said "The statue will help ensure that the legacy of Gandhi lives on for future generations It also marks an important historic moment celebrating the strong bond between our two nations India and the UK share the same values and we are a partnership of equals This lasting friendship is just one of many legacies left by Gandhi which I am keen that we work hard to strengthen further" he said PTI A fire broke out early morning on Tuesday at the Air India building in Nariman Point according to reports Mumbai: Fire breaks out in the Air India building Nariman Point 4 fire tenders at the spot — ANI (@ANI_news) December 20 2016 When Firstpost contacted the Mumbai Fire Department an official said that it received a call from the Air India building early on Tuesday morning "We received a call at around 641 am that a fire had broken out on the 22nd floor of the building" he said The fire department has sent 10 fire tenders to the spot to douse the fire Though ANI tweeted around 852 am that the fire was doused according to the fire department fire tenders were still at the scene Mumbai: Fire broke out in the Air India building Nariman Point Fire now doused (Spot Visuals) pictwittercom/ytDidUoAja — ANI (@ANI_news) December 20 2016 "We can’t give any reports as of now till the entire area is checked It will still take some time to give a final report" an official at the Mumbai Fire Department told Firstpost "Work is still going on at the site" he added No casualties have been reported so far and ambulances are already at the spot the Mumbai fire department said The cause of the fire is not known yet and investigation is on Given that it is a commercial building with offices it is likely that there were very few people in the building at that hour According to ABPLIVE the 23-storey building used to serve as the corporate headquarters for Air India till 2013 The company had moved out of the building as part of an asset-monetisation drive However it retains the 21st 22nd and 23rd floors in the building Each floor has at least 10800 square feet of space on each floor it said Further details are awaited By: Reuters | Published: August 8 2017 11:44 am Tennis fans never quite know what to expect when Nick Kyrgios steps onto the court (Source: Reuters) Top News Temperamental Australian Nick Kyrgios looked fresh and focused as he blazed to a 6-1 6-2 first round win over Viktor Troicki at the Rogers Cup in Montreal on Monday but warned he was rolling the dice with a hip injury that could flare up at any time The wobbly hip that hit Kyrgios’s grasscourt season with first-round retirements at London’s Queen’s Club and Wimbledon have followed him into the North American hardcourt season But the 16th seed showed no signs of distress in dispatching Troicki after 51 minutes on a sun-kissed centre court “I’m feeling it all the time” said Kyrgios “It’s not something that is just going to heal I can compete so that’s the most I can do at the moment” With his mother watching from the stands the hot-headed Australian kept his cool against an overmatched opponent who has been struggling with his own injury issues Tennis fans never quite know what to expect when Kyrgios steps onto the court Will it be the immensely skilled athlete hailed as a future grand slam winner or the pouty petulant player going through the motions On opening day at least the fans saw a motivated Kyrgios playing near his best and treating the crowd to a display of power and finesse The only lapse in an otherwise dominant effort was Kyrgios’s inability to deliver the knockout punch with the 22-year-old needing seven match points to finish off the 45th ranked Serb “I just wanted to come out here and try and get the win” said Kyrgios “I’ve been struggling the last couple of months He’s been struggling as well with injuries so all the best to him but I’m just happy to get out here and get a win” In later games Juan Martin del Potro withstood 24 aces from John Isner to knock off the big-serving American 7-5 7-5 Del Potro a 2009 finalist at Montreal broke Isner’s service while tied at 5-5 in both sets to advance Isner had been red hot after capturing back-to-back tournaments in July “I got lucky to win tonight” Del Potro said “Hopefully I can get another draw in the next tournament because nobody wants to play against John in the first round” Roberto Bautista Agut rolled past Tim Smyczek 7-6(4) 6-1 while American Jared Donaldson 66th in the world provided the first upset of the tournament by knocking out French 13th seed Lucas Pouille twice a title winner this season 7-6(5) 7-6(8) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Tasneem Zakaria Mehtazakariamehta | Published: February 17 2012 3:20 am Related News Govt must give cultural institutions financial and functional autonomy Days after returning home from the art fair in Delhiexhilarated and exhaustedI read with dismay that the ministry of culture has given up its efforts to find worthy individuals to fill the vacancies at several of our important museums and cultural institutions through search committees and return the process of selection to the UPSC This signal of failure to attract talented people when all around us the culture industry is boomingas is evident from the art fairs and literary festivals taking placeis of profound concern for all who wish to see Indias artists take their rightful place on the international stage It is even more perplexinggiven that the ministry is headed by a dynamic minister and an enlightened secretary So what has gone wrong The government advertised the post of National Museum director over a year back but unfortunately did not get the response it desired Reports from the ground suggest that this was because prospective candidates found the terms of employment restrictive and archaic a one-year contract appointment with insufficient salary and not enough freedom to execute a turnaround Furthermany of the old labyrinthine procedures and self-serving officials continue to impede performanceso that even the bravest and most devoted art historians would be daunted at taking on this challenge By discarding search committeesthe government will further alienate the art and culture community and make the task of finding good people more difficult What is at profound risk is our institutions our museums and archives The deterioration is evident and as India attracts more visibility and several famous museum directors and cultural personalities visit usthey are shocked and disappointed in particular at the state of our museums What can the government do to effect a change and ensure that it is able to attract the right talent For startersit must restructure the functioning of the National Museum and the National Gallery of Modern Artthe two most visible museums under its stewardship Both are under the ministry of culture They must be cut loose from the apron strings of the government and become autonomous in a true sense That means financial and not just functional autonomy The institutions should be provided with a corpus so that the director is not at the mercy of the often impossibly thrifty government finance officials and is enabled to achieve the desired excellence No seniorself-respecting art historian is going to be happy about kowtowing to ministry officials This does not mean that directors should be given unlimited freedom Checks and balances must be put in place if they do not already exist But central to the appointment of the directors is the trust between senior officials in the ministry and the individual Restrictive procedures and too much interference will frustrate any talented and dynamic individual Too much freedom may risk all kinds of political implications It is a delicate balance and one that has to be negotiated skilfully The ministry should make these institutions into not-for-profit trusts that can formulate their own rules which allow them to remove non-performing or dishonest individuals Unless the director can enforce institutional discipline and be secure in the knowledge that the staff is honest and committedit will be difficult to achieve goals Finallycontract should be for at least three years It would take that long to effect a turnaround; a one-year contract makes a mockery of any professionals talents Salaries cannot be equated with IAS salaries They should reflect market conditions and the professional expertise required for being successful in the culture sector It is important that government recognises the defining public role of museums The world overmuseum directors are considered senior members of the cultural fraternity but here they are treated as minions In the IASrank determines how museum directors are viewed and many of the posts have been given junior designations Is it any wonder that good people are hesitant I would like to end with the example of the Dr Bhau Daji Lad Museum in Mumbai (the erstwhile Victoria and Albert Museum) which has attracted many talented people It is the oldest museum in the city and is owned by the Municipal Corporation of Mumbai It was in a derelict condition and was restored by INTACH with the help of a generous grant from the Jamnalal Bajaj Foundation The restoration won UNESCOs highest award and the revitalisation programmethat includes showcasing contemporary art as well as international exhibitionshas received acclaim A tripartite agreement between the municipal corporationthe Bajaj Foundation and INTACH led to the establishment of an autonomous trust to manage the museum In essenceit is a partnership between civil society and the government In this new centurythat is what is required Government can no longer claim to be the sole arbiter of all that is good and just in society It must involve the people and hear their voice And the voice of the people is crying for change The writer is vice-chairmanINTACHand managing trustee and honorary directorDr Bhau Daji Lad [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News “Wrapped for #haider bye bye kashmir … Had a great time here . people have big hearts .reported People magazine.“The Holmes & Yang partnership has ended” Holmes’srepresentative said Their designs were even worn by stars including NicoleRichie Amy Adams and Olivia Wilde For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Published: September 20 2014 2:49 pm “Tthe Roshan’s are there and they will be there” Rakesh said Related News Filmmaker Rakesh Roshan says his two grandsons Hrehaan and Hridhaan want to follow in the footsteps of their father Hrithik Roshan and become actors The 65-year-old actor-turned-director is the son of renowned Bollywood music composer Roshanlal Nagrath and he says it would be nice to have his grandsons join the film industry and keep the Roshan legacy going “Before joining films Hrithik assisted me in a few films Now Rajesh’s (Roshan) son is assisting me… we have another Roshan coming up Then we have Hrehaan and Hridhaan When I ask them what you want to do they instantly say actors So the Roshan’s are there and they will be there” Rakesh said The ‘Krrish 3’ helmer was in the capital last night to attend the CII Big Picture Summit where he along with his son Hrithik and music director brother Rajesh Roshan were felicitated for their contribution to Indian cinema Rakesh revealed that he is currently working on a script which will see him reunite with Hrithik again after directing his son in films like ‘Koi Mil Gaya’ ‘Krrish’ and ‘Krrish 3’ “Very soon you will see us together again I am working on a script I was looking out for a script for some time now I hope it comes out well and we will soon begin working on it” Rakesh said adding that it will not be a continuation of the ‘Krrish’ franchise For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News for cane — about Rs 222 per quintal in UP and Rs 262 in Maharashtra — forget the higher Rs 280 levels fixed by states such as UP. are saying that all the possible efforts are being made, it is highly unlikely a court will interfere, Goa would also complete installing basic amenities on all its beaches in public private partnership over the next one year.
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