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It has made me realise the strength and courage within me, says 30-year-old Savita Raniwhose exemplary act helped save the family members of BJP district president Sham Lal Sachdevtaken hostage by robbers on Saturday Mother of two sons Vansh (7) and Pranjul (10) Savita is a tenant at the Sector-12 residence of the Sachdevswhere the robbers had taken shelter Sowhat gave her the courage to put her life at stake and fight the armed robbers If I had not acted wisely and courageouslynot only my familybut also my landlords would have been killed? In a representation to Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh, For all the latest Chandigarh News, For all the latest Entertainment News.

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you must cater to an international audience, “The first important decision that Modi took was to make Buddha in English. Our engines rushed to the spot as soon as we got the news. For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: September 7 2012 1:47 pm Related News At a time when grossing Rs 100 crore is the new benchmark for a film’s successactress Preity Zinta says collections have not changed cinema “It is brilliant that films are earning Rs 100 crore And that is the way it is going to be ahead It’s a different ball game Because of the billion people in our countrythe kind of viewership is different” Preity said Having won accolades in the last 14 years of her journey in the industryin which she did some 35 odd filmsPreity is positive about the changes ushering in “I think collections have changed but cinema has not Cinema will always remain constantemotions remain same The collectiondemographics have changed” she said The bubbly actress is charged up for her upcoming film ‘Ishkq in Paris’also marking her debut as a producer She launched her own production company PZNZ Media last year “I think pressure is always there in life for anything you do But I always chose to look straight I used to think if I can handle IPLthen I can do anything But as a producer it was very tough” the 37-year-old actress said After box office hits like ‘Koi Mil Gaya’’Kal Ho Na Ho’’Veer Zaara’’Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna’ and othersPreity switched gears and became an owner of IPL team Kings XI Punjab “When I started with IPLeveryone was like how can you be the number one actress and leave everything But that time I wanted to follow my heart I was not getting excited about acting and films then” she said Preity was last seen in Deepa Mehta’s 2008 Canadian film ‘Heaven on Earth’which was dubbed in Hindi as ‘Videsh’ Director Prem Raj coaxed Preity to act in ‘Ishkq in Paris’marking her comeback after a gap of 2-3 years “The real story is we needed to make it with two newcomerswe never wanted an established star As a producer I had first decided we will make it as a small budget film When we were developing our scriptone day Prem told me you have to be part of it” she said “I initially said no Prem asked me if I was scared to do it I thought about it and later agreed” she admitted With the film Preity also makes debut as a writerwho has co-written the script with Prem Raj “When Prem and I sat for this filmwe worked on the script first There is some experience that I have considering the work that I have done earlier in the industry I just wanted to make sure that our script is amazing” Preity said “I wanted that if I put my name on a film I should not be embarrassed I want to be part of entertaining films which have a message” she said while revealing that she never wanted to be an actress “Since the time I was born I have told my mother that I want to be a Prime Ministertruck driverair hostessjoin Army and everything except a heroine I never wanted to be an actress I didn’t know if one could become an actress because I used to think films were real” Preity saidwho was a tomboy But her destiny changed when she came to Mumbai “It was when I came to Mumbai and I was studying criminal psychology I ended up meeting Shekhar Kapur My best friend’s boyfriend went to audition for Shekhar’s film and he felt I was destined to be an actress” she said Preity later auditioned for the movie and told everyone that she had signed a film with Shekhar Kapuronly to find later that he was going ahead with another flick Finallyher filmi career began when Kundan Shah signed her for ‘Kya Kehna’but the film got delayed and her third film ‘Dil Se’ alongside Shah Rukh Khan and Manisha Koirala released first Since then there was no looking back “It was Kundan Shah who taught me everything I also learnt a lot from Shah Rukh Khan He is a very good teachervery enterprising He was so patient with me I thank both him and Manisha for the help and support” she said “When I entered the film industry all I wanted was to keep doing good work I never exposedhad no affairs with anyone from here I never got into films because my family was starving or to take care of them It was all about being independent” she expressed For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: February 16 2010 4:56 am Related News Cash at judges door : Earlierthe High Court Bar Association had filed a protest petition against the closure report filed by the CBI in the case Heated arguments were witnessed in the special CBI court of Darshan Singh on Monday during hearing of the cash-at-judges-door case after the defence counsel objected to the presence of advocate Anupam Gupta on behalf of the Punjab and Haryana High Court Bar Association Earlierthe Bar association had filed a protest petitionopposing the closure report filed by the CBI Subsequentlythe case was slated for hearing on Mondayto determine the locus standi of the petition Asserting that Gupta cannot appear because he represented the state in this case at the initial stagethe defence counsel moved an applicationpleading the court to debar Gupta from appearing in the case Gupta is a senior standing counsel of the UT Administration and is duly appointed by the UT Administrator So he cannot oppose the closure report filed by a department of the Central government?20 am. Unrest has been prevailing in the state since the past 57 days that resulted in the death of over 70 people. Sources said the former Rajya Sabha MP is miffed at the Delhi Police’s refusal to provide a bulletproof vehicle, which has never happened before The Delhi Police however did provide him with the security paraphernalia when he travelled to Deoband For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Muzamil Jaleel | Sarsuna (kulgam) | Updated: May 11 2017 9:02 pm Inconsolable mother of the slain army officer Lt Ummer Fayaz during his funeral at his native village Sudsona in Kulgam district on Wednesday (Source: PTI Photo) Related News An occasional wail breaks the eerie silence Women of the village sit in a circle around a woman who is holding her head She doesn’t speak and screams each time she spots a family member or a neighbour All that Jameela remembers is the sight of three men barging into a house in Shopian last night and taking away her 22-year-old son Lieutenant Umar Fayaz This morning his body was found in another village Jameela had gone to her brother’s home at Batpora Matribug village in the adjoining Shopian district to attend the wedding of her niece Umar who had taken leave had travelled from Anantnag town to join the function Umar’s father sits in a room surrounded by neighbours and family Fayaz Ahmad Parray says he is unable to weep “I can’t believe my son is not alive’’ he says “I have only one son” he says and almost immediately corrects himself: “I had only one son Now it is his mother and two sisters” Parray recalls that as soon as Umar cleared the Class XII examination in 2012 he wanted to take the NDA (National Defence Academy) entrance examination “I am a farmer I am illiterate He told me he wants to become an officer and I said OK’’ he said “I didn’t know it would cost him his life” Read |Young Kashmiri Army officer abducted shot dead: Home Secretary reaching ValleyThursday Umar’s maternal uncle Mohammad Maqbool whose daughter was getting married sheds light on what happened last night “Umar was staying at Anantnag where his cousins had a rented accommodation He hadn’t come home He came straight to our place from Anantnag He reached our place in the afternoon Everything was fine He was sitting with the bride upstairs when three men wearing pherans came in It was around8 pm They headed upstairs and asked for him The moment he identified himself they took him” “We tried to stop them but they pulled him There were many others waiting for them outside on the road’’ he said This morning Umar’s body was found near the bus stand in Harmain village in Shopian “When villagers found his body they took it to a hospital nearby There a doctor who knew Umar identified him’’ says Mohammad Ashraf Umar’s uncle “We received a call It was unbelievable” The family didn’t say anything about the identity of the people who killed the young officer “We never thought anybody would harm him at home’’ Ashraf said He said Sarsuna village has had only one militant — Mohammad Ayub Parray who was killed on the LoC in early 1990s “He was my uncle He was also the uncle of Umar’s father’’ Ashraf said Kulgam Senior Superintendent of Police Sridhar Patel told The Indian Express that the police had no information that Lt Fayaz had been kidnapped last night “We didn’t know at all We got to know about this only after his body was recovered this morning’’ Patel said “His body was recovered close to where (the cavalcade of ) SP Headquarters Shopian was fired at by the militants last night They must have killed him around that time” Army personnel led by the Commandant of the 62 Rashtriya Rifles placed a Tricolour on the young officer’s body and fired in the air before it was lowered in the grave His father stood with two relatives watching the Army officers and men paying floral tributes to his son For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Avinash N | Nadabet | Updated: June 19 2016 8:22 pm Home Minister Rajnath Singh at the parliament in New Delhi on tuesday (Source: Express Photo by Tashi Tobgyal) Top News Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday said India will lay a network of radars CCTV cameras laser fences and motion sensors to fill the existing gaps and secure its international borders “Under a pilot project work the porous borders in Gujarat West Bengal Tripura and Punjab will be secured using technological solutions” said Singh Sunday during his visit to the BSF border outpost on the Indo-Pak border at Nadabet in Banaskantha district of Gujarat “We have decided to secure our borders using technological solutions We have taken a few steps under a comprehensive integrated border management scheme under which technological solutions will be used to fill the existing gaps in our borders” said Singh while addressing the jawans of Border Security Force on the Indo-Pak border where he felicitated family members of about 20 BSF men from Gujarat who laid down lives on the line of duty since early 1990s He also felicitated gallantry award winners of the BSF Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news “We have ordered a pilot project in Gujarat Punjab (that shares borders with Pakistan) West Bengal (has borders with Nepal Bhutan and Bangladesh) and Tripura (that is surrounded by Bangladesh on North South and West directions)” the minister said adding that the government’s effort was to ensure that no lives are lost on the border Singh also claimed there has been a 50 percent reduction in “successful infiltration” on the Indo-Pak border “I want to also tell you that there has been a 50 percent drop in the number of successful infiltrations” Singh said This decision to start a pilot project of using technology to secure borders came after the Modi government announced that it will be completely sealing the borders of Assam with Bangladesh in the coming months Gujarat alone shares a total of 508 kilometer of porous international border with Pakistan The government had sanctioned construction of 340 kilometer of border fencing in the state out of which work of about 264 kilometer has been completed Due to extreme nature of topography it is not only difficult to fence the borders in Gujarat but the existing fencing and its foundation are prone to corrosion by salty water and heavy inundation Minister of State for Defence Rao Inderjit Singh who also part of the event said infiltration on the Indo-Pak border has reduced after Modi government allowed security forces to retaliate if provoked “Earlier we used to bind our forces If any incident happened on the border we used to talk in an attempt to resolve the issue This increased the confidence of our enemies Now we have allowed our forces to retaliate if provoked This has brought down the incidences of infiltration” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News

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