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I am all set for wonderful projects” While he awaits the release of Dipankar Senapati directed action comedy Govinda also lauded the work young actors are doing including his friend Salman “Sometimes I feel the younger actors are doing good Ranveer Singh does films which look nice Salman is doing very good work as far as his choices are concerned More than being a hero he is concentrating on his choices Everybody is trying and being good” he said “Aa Gaya Hero” is scheduled to release on March 3 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News WASHINGTON (Reuters) – After six years of testy relations US President Barack Obama may have to resign himself to the likelihood that he has not seen the last of Benjamin Netanyahu A better-than-expected showing by the Israeli prime minister in Tuesday’s closely fought election raises the prospect that he could remain a thorn in Obama’s side with the two men increasingly at odds over Iran diplomacy and Middle East peacemaking US officials responded cautiously as they waited to see whether Netanyahu or his centre challenger Isaac Herzog would get the nod from Israel’s president to begin the long and messy coalition-building process Clearly the result that many of Obama’s supporters had hoped for – a repudiation by Israeli voters of Netanyahu’s hard-line approach – was not to be Exit polls showed that his Likud party had erased its rival’s pre-election lead putting the two sides in a dead heat “Looks like the White House will need to let the champagne chill a bit longer” Aaron David Miller a former Middle East negotiator for Republican and Democratic administrations tweeted about the election outcome The election came just two weeks after Netanyahu defied Obama with a politically divisive speech to Congress attacking US-led nuclear talks with Iran The final days of campaigning only served to deepen tensions between the right-wing leader and Washington Even as they insisted publicly on non-intervention in the Israeli campaign Obama’s aides were taken aback by Netanyahu’s reversal of his previous declaration of support for creating a Palestinian state a longstanding cornerstone of US policy Netanyahu also drew a rebuke from the US State Department for suggesting on election day that left-wingers were trying to get Arab-Israeli voters out “in droves” to sway the election against him “Netanyahu has managed an uphill climb in the last few days” said David Makovsky a former member of Obama’s team in Israeli-Palestinian peace talks that collapsed last year “The way he has survived was to cannibalize part of the right and also adopt policy positions that are bound to create further friction with Washington” said Makovsky now at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy “He’s going to be in the next government one way or another” Netanyahu could have the easier path to forming a cabinet which would put him on course to becoming Israel’s longest serving leader That prospect may not bode well for repairing US-Israeli ties after Netanyahu’s congressional speech which he delivered at the invitation of Obama’s Republican opponents despite strong objections from the president and many of Obama’s fellow Democrats HOPING FOR AN OBAMA-FRIENDLIER GOVERNMENT US officials had left little doubt of their hope for an election outcome that would create a new ruling coalition more in sync with – or at least less hostile to – Obama’s agenda especially with an end-of-March deadline looming for a framework nuclear deal in negotiations between Tehran and world powers As a prime minister Zionist Union leader Herzog would be expected to take an Obama-friendlier course less confrontational over Iran and more open to renewed peacemaking with the Palestinians It would also be a chance to get past six years of slights mutual suspicion and even antipathy at the top of the US-Israeli relationship and return to traditional bipartisanship in Congress on the issue of Israeli security That will not be easy if Netanyahu remains in office – though some analysts suggest that tensions with Obama could be eased along with the threat of international isolation if the rivals decide to form a broad-based national unity government Efforts already were under way in Washington to lower the temperature “People say a lot of things during campaigns” State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf told CNN when asked about Netanyahu’s apparent reversal on Palestinian statehood “What we’re focused on is the Israelis moving forward forming a government and we will work with whoever is prime minister to see if we can make progress in what is a very tough and difficult area to do so” she said Nancy Pelosi the House of Representatives Democratic minority leader said that as someone who loves Israel she was "near tears" during Netanyahu’s March 3 address calling his remarks an "insult to the intelligence of the United States" But on Tuesday she said the US-Israeli relationship would stay strong whoever won and declined to weigh in before the result on whether Netanyahu’s speech hurt him "It’s a very very . intellectual relationship security relationship and an emotional one as well" she told reporters Underscoring the partisan divide over Netanyahu Republican US Senator Ted Cruz said: "His electoral success is all the more impressive given the powerful forces that tried to undermine him including sadly the full weight of the Obama political team" (Additional reporting by Peter Cooney; Editing by Howard Goller) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Hyderabad: Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi will embark on a 15-km long padyatra in Adilabad district of Telangana on Friday highlighting the woes of farmers attacking the Narendra Modi government at the Centre The Congress also looks at Rahul’s visit to Telangana as a morale booster to party’s rank and file as he is visiting the state for the first time since its bifurcation from Andhra Pradesh on June 2 2014 Congress said Rahul Gandhi’s visit to Telangana will boost confidence among farmers PTI Despite mounting an aggressive campaign and claiming credit for separate statehood of Telangana Congress had in 2014 lost elections to the Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) led by Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao The Congress leaders however said Rahul’s visit is to primarily focus on the plight of the farmers "Rahul’s campaign is meant to highlight the woes of the farmers in the country in general and that of the state in particular" said Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) working president Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka On his arrival in the afternoon Rahul will briefly interact with student leaders of Osmania University here who have been agitating on employment issues Rahul would then proceed to Nirmal by road and may stop at a few points enroute Next day he will proceed on ‘padayatra’ from Vadiyala village at 7 AM the TPCC leader said "He will meet and console the families of farmers who have allegedly committed suicide due to agrarian distress in Telangana and console them" he added Also Rahul will address farmers at Koratikal village at around 4 PM and return to Hyderabad after the event before leaving for Delhi by 8 PM Rahul has aggressively raised farmers’ issues in Parliament and also reached out to farmers in Punjab and the Vidarbha region of Maharashtra As many as 936 farmers have committed suicide in the state during recent times the TPCC chief said Telangana opposition parties Congress TDP BJP and others too have alleged that a large number of farmers have committed suicide due to agrarian crisis since the TRS government came to power in 2014 a charge denied by the administration PTI money issue, 2014 10:17 pm Hosts Bangladesh invited Afghanistan to bat first after winning the toss. Rahman tried to change the course of the game with a few lusty blows towards the end but his efforts could not stop Afghanistan from creating a cricketing history. 2017 6:13 am Gujarat BJP parliamentarian K C Patel Top News A Delhi court has rejected the plea of a Delhi-based woman lawyer to lodge an FIR against Gujarat BJP parliamentarian K C Patel, Negotiators have set a June 30 final deadline for an accord, 2017 4:48 am Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis.Express photo by Prashant Nadkar Related News With more than Rs 80000 crore required to complete ongoing irrigation projects in Maharashtra the state’s water resources department wants the Chief Minister’s Office to consider allowing it to raise money through tax-free bonds Kicking off this financing plan the department has submitted a proposal to raise Rs 3000 crore through this route said sources in the government The proposal is to permit irrigation development corporations to raise resources through such bonds with the state government issuing guarantees for them Sources confirmed that Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis was in favour of the proposal and is likely to approve it soon Incidentally it was during the previous Sena-BJP rule in Maharashtra in 1995-99 that the Maharashtra Krishna Valley Development Corporation (MKVDC) became the first state undertaking to similarly raise bonds This time besides the MKVDC the department is pushing to let other irrigation development corporations including the Vidarbha Irrigation Development Corporation and the Godavari Marathwada Irrigation Development Corporation which are overseeing a number of irrigation projects in drought-prone and suicide-prone belts to raise bonds While Maharashtra has the largest number of dams in the country its cultivated area under irrigation is far below the national average with less than 20 per cent of the cultivated area brought under irrigation so far In 2017-18 the department has been allocated a budget of Rs 8000 crore But irrigation department officials said that more than 360 major medium and minor irrigation projects involving an expenditure of close to Rs 84000 crore were ongoing Apart from the state’s own budget the Centre has pitched in committing funding support of Rs 4000 crore for 26 crucial irrigation projects under the Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchai Yojana (PMKSY) Further the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) has also extended a soft loan of Rs 12000 crore for these 26 projects The department’s plan behind exploring the external funding option is to further bridge the resource gap said government sources The plan is to use the money raised through bonds to fund ongoing projects in drought-prone regions in areas where there was no irrigation backlog As per Governor’s directives a bulk of the public sector investment in this field from the state’s own budget is to be utilised for completion of projects in the irrigation backlog areas For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by KAMALDEEP SINGH BRAR | Amritsar | Published: March 21 2017 11:55 am The fort was opened to the public earlier this year Express Top News THE PUNJAB tourism department has said it has no objection to serving of liquor inside the historical 18th century Sikh fort Gobindgarh in Amritsar The fort is maintained by Bollywood actor Deepa Sahi’s Mayanagri One Earlier this year the fort was opened to the public for the first time since Independence It was originally constructed by Maharaja Ranjit Singh and is named after the 10th Sikh guru Guru Gobind Singh The renovation of the fort was touted as one of its achievements by the previous SAD-BJP government That government’s contract with Mayanagri (firm) for maintenance of the fort had received flak from activists The fort is open not just for for tourists — personal functions can be also organised inside fort as it also has a restaurant There were reports that liquor was being served during such functions Navjot Singh Randhawa director cultural affairs archaeology and museums Punjab “Liquor can be served inside Gobindgarh fort There is a restaurant and it could be served there Construction of a five-star hotel is also in process So everything that is available inside a hotel would also be available inside the fort” When asked if it could hurt sentiments because fort is linked to Sikh heritage he said “It is a tourist spot and people from all over the world will come there… So it should be seen in that way” On Saturday the fort was closed for a day on account of a personal function for some tourists and the tourism department has issued a mild warning to Mayanagri to avoid such closures in future “We have issued warning to the organisers We have told them that no such events should be held in future that calls for baring tourists’ entry But then at some point there could be a situation where we have to limit the entry of tourists inside the fort For instance we cannot allow more than 1000 person inside the fort at a time Sometimes it is also about management of the visitors inside the fort” For all the latest City Others News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Tabassum Barnagarwala | Mumbai | Published: April 13 2017 2:42 am Top News The Mumbai Port Trust (MbPT) Hospital currently a dilapidated 250-bed structure on a vast expanse of port land in Wadala is set to be converted to a super-specialty facility accessible not just to MbPT employees but to the general public as well Under the plan the hospital with upgraded facilities is to cater to 15 lakh MbPT employees and their families “Port trust workers who have so far been forced to seek treatment from other hospitals due to limited facilities here will be benefited the most” said MbPT chairman Sanjay Bhatia Earlier the hospital could not run several departments due to lack of proper management The MbPt says it incurred Rs 60 crore a year to pay the staff and for treatment of its employees in other hospitals While the initial plan to revamp the hospital housed on a 100-acre property was floated in 2015 it was awaiting approval from the ministry of shipping According to Bhatia the MbPT will pay 49 per cent of the cost involved and the rest will be handled by a private firm under a public-private partnership model “Our employees will be charged as per the Central Government Health Scheme (CGHS) A number of beds will be reserved for free-of-cost treatment of poor patients (non-MbPT staffers) A transaction advisor for this has been been appointed” Bhatia said According to him the new hospital will have 600-900 beds for which the budget is yet to be finalised “We will start functioning with the existing staff and then expand The aim is to have the out-patient department facilities first for the huge number of patients” the chairman said Currently MbPT employees have to approach KEM Sion or Nair hospital for treatment With this hospital they can get treated at marginal rates on a priority basis Currently the eastern front of Mumbai has limited government medical hospitals with Sewri TB hospital in Sewri and Acworth Hospital for leprosy patients in Wadala being the only two specialised institutions in South Mumbai Govandi Shatabdi Hospital run by the civic body has been newly redeveloped for the slum population in the city’s eastern end but there have been complaints of limited services and lack of staff For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Ashameera Aiyappan | Chennai | Published: July 28 2017 9:16 pm Dulquer Salmaan in a still from Solo teaser Related News Director Bejoy Nambiar on Friday evening released a teaser of his bilingual film starring Dulquer Salmaan Titled Solo the release has been timed to coincide with the actor’s 30th birthday The 33-second teaser is fast paced with a glimpse of the charming Dulquer Salmaan sporting long hair The peppy music further invigorates the action on screen with additional zest Earlier Bejoy had tweeted the Malayalam and Tamil posters of the film — a fascinating collage of sketches showcasing different looks of Dulquer The movie also starring Sai Dhanshika Arthi Venkatesh Neha Sharma and Sruthi Hariharan is expected to release in September The venture will be produced by Refex entertainment of Refex group The project is touted to be an anthology of romantic thrillers Solo will be Dulquer Salmaan’s third movie in Tamil He was earlier seen in Vaayai Moodi Pesavum and ace director Mani Rathnam’s OK Kanmani One of the busiest Malayalam actors Dulquer is also part of actor Savitri’s biopic and Malayalam film Parava On the other hand Bejoy is known for his offbeat movies His first feature film was the critically acclaimed Hindi movie Shaitan which starred Kalki Koechlin and Rajkummar Rao He later ventured into Tamil with his bilingual David that had Chiyaan Vikram as the male lead He is also known for his critically acclaimed silent short film Reflections featuring veteran actor Mohanlal and Juhi Babbar For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News BJP raises the issue of love jihad and conversion,There were heavy floods in Haryana recently,dengue and other vector-borne diseases as compared to last year, said a health department spokesman For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | Islamabad | Published: August 26 2013 9:47 pm Related News Afghan President Hamid Karzai on Monday pitched for a joint campaign against extremism with Pakistan and sought its cooperation to jumpstart the peace process with the Taliban in his war-torn country Arriving in Pakistan on a day-long visitKarzaiwho has long accused Pakistan of playing a double game in the Afghan warmade his appeal in talks with Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif who promised to extend all possible assistance “We discussed in this regard primarily and with emphasis the issue of joint fight against extremism and reconciliation in Afghanistan with the expectation that the Government of Pakistan will facilitate and help in manners it can to the peace process in Afghanistan and providing opportunities on all platforms for talks between Afghan High Peace Council and the Taliban movement” Karzai said The Afghan President said the primary concern for both countries is the lack of security for their citizens and the continuing menace of terrorism “It is this area that needs to have primary focussed attention by both countries It is with hope on this that I have come to Pakistan and to advance efforts and action together so that we can have peace in Afghanistan and Pakistan” Karzai said addressing TV cameras Sharif on his part said his government has assumed office with the resolve to create a peaceful external environment so that it can focus on Pakistan’s domestic priorities “Being in a cooperative and stable relationship with all our neighbours is a vital component of this vision Our security and future prosperity is linked to Afghanistan in multiple ways President Karzai is visiting at an important juncture in his country’s history” Sharif said Ties between the two countries nosedived after Pakistan and the US supported a Taliban office that opened in Doha in June to foster talks Karzai was infuriated by the opening of the Taliban officeconsidered a precursor towards talks with US officials He now wants Pakistan to help open dialogue with the Taliban which has refused all contact with Kabul Afghanistanhas often accused Pakistani elements of aiding the Afghan Taliban Karzai was also upset over a reported statement in June by Pakistan’s National Security Advisor Sartaj Aziz that Kabul should cede some Afghan provinces to the Taliban for lasting peace “We focussed on common challenges that we face I stressed to President Karzai the importance that Pakistan attaches to peacefulstable and united Afghanistan I also reaffirmed Pakistan’s strong and sincere support for peace and reconciliation in Afghanistan” Sharif said “We fully agree that this process has to be inclusiveAfghan-owned and Afghan-led I assured Karzai that Pakistan will continue to extend all possible facilitations” he said He said Pakistan will also help reinforce regional support in stabilisation of Afghanistan “It is also indispensable for our positive agenda of peace and development” he added Both sides also talked about increasing bilateral cooperation in the field of economy and connectivity Karzai said Pakistanas a friend and neighbour can expect good from Afghanistan just as Afghanistan expects the same from Pakistan The Afghan President said he informed Sharif about Kabul’s regional and international relations He underlined that Afghanistan’s relations with countries of the world and in the region will only be beneficial to the relationship between Afghanistan and Pakistan Pakistan has been sceptical of Afghanistan’s strategic engagement with India This is the first highest-level exchange between Pakistan and Afghanistan since the democratic transition and swearing-in of the new government here This is also Karzai’s first visit to Islamabad in 18 months and could be crucial in overcoming hostility ahead of the massive troop pullout in 2014 by the US-led NATO forces Pakistan too wants some sort of political settlement between Kabul and the Taliban to avoid a civil war scenario at its restive border But there is pervasive suspicion about Pakistan’s long term objective and role of its ISI intelligence agency in backing the Taliban Islamabad also allegedly torpedoed an effort by Kabul to strike a deal with the militants by arresting Taliban leader Abdul Ghani Barader from Karachi in 2010 Karzai has asked Pakistan to release Barader and other high-profile Taliban prisoners to show its earnestness for peace The Taliban have refused to negotiate with the Afghan government so faraccusing them of being a US puppet The chairman of the High Peace Councila body created by Karzai in 2010 to broker peace with the Talibanis accompanying him on the trip For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Hamza Khan | Kathmandu | Updated: May 3 2015 5:23 am Curiously for an epicentre Lamjung valley remained largely untouched (Source: Express photo by Vishal Srivastav) Related News Hamza Khan takes the road from Kathmandu among the worst-hit in the April 25 Nepal quake to Lamjung the place where it began Along the 80-km route he finds a population grieving its losses and trying to move away as far and as fast as possible The road out of Kathmandu begins in Kalimati At 10 in the morning as bus after bus pulls into the busy thoroughfare there is a mad rush — some jostle to get on a few scramble on to roof-tops and others check for routes and destinations Amid the exhaust smoke honking and flaring tempers people line up on a footpath waiting for the buses to take them out — out of the city where they lived and worked to build their dreams till it all came crashing down in a heap of concrete and dust a week ago READ-Big Picture: A steep trek up Since Monday April 27 hundreds of buses have been arriving in Kathmandu where 1034 people have been killed so far in the earthquake making it the second worst-hit district in the country after Sindhupalchok READ:A week later few in tents fewer leaving and wait for a cinema hall While thousands of people across Kathmandu continue to live on the roads or in their cars the city’s migrants — from far-flung mountainous regions of Nepal and many from across the border in India — are now lining up at bus stations hoping to get on to any vehicle that will take them home Many of the people The Sunday Express spoke to at Kalimati said they were “okay” and that they had suffered no personal loss but were leaving because they were scared because “others are leaving” With his clothes and other belongings stuffed into a few bags Vishnu Prasad Poudel 39 waits for a bus to take him to Pokhara 20 km away He stands with his two children aged 7 and 2 while his wife cradles their third child a two-month-old “I am fine my family is fine and my house is fine too” says Poudel “But my family in Pokhara has been worried about us They have been calling us” he says With three children and the bags it has been a struggle getting on to buses and they have already missed a few A family living in the open in Lamjung’s Udipur village that has for three generations sent people to serve in Indian Army (Source: Express photo by Vishal Srivastav) “All the Indians I knew have left We’ve been here since 8 am but haven’t been able to find a bus in three hours” says Mohammad Rafiq 50 a mason from Bihar flanked by his sons Ali and Abdul each of them holding a bag “I don’t think I’ll ever come back” says Rafiq who is waiting for a bus to take him to Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh “We have been surviving on chiwra-daalmoth” grumbles his son Ali Balram 40 and his wife say they will soon be back in the city but don’t want their children here “We are going to Dhangadhi over 600 km from here and dropping our kids there with our relatives” says the English lecturer at Kathmandu’s End Mark College “The college reopens on Tuesday 12 days after the earthquake so I’ll have to return before that” he says Balram is with his wife their two children his sister and niece At 11 am the sun is finally out after the previous day’s rainfall and hailstorm and the foggy Chandagiri mountain slowly comes into view Several buses of the UP State Road Transport Corporation are here to move the Indians out the city — free of cost “Fourteen buses started together from Gorakhpur at 9 pm on Tuesday and it has taken us 14 hours to get here” says Gopal Raj the driver of one such bus The drive out of Kalimati is a crawl up to Thankot a little over a km away The crowd of people buses pickup trucks and taxis thins somewhat beyond Thankot The road is now lined with deserted buildings and a few collapsed ones As vehicles wait to pass a police check-post at the Kathmandu border Umesh 21 does some brisk business of selling water bottles “On a normal day I would have sold 50 water bottles but today I’ve sold 50 in four hours” he says Most of the concrete houses in Lamjung withstood the April 25 earthquake but the mud ones fell (Source: Express photo by Vishal Srivastav) Traffic is smooth on the opposite lane the one leading to Kathmandu A few empty buses and trucks carrying aid hurtle down the road Just outside Kathmandu in Khanikhola in Nepal’s Dhadhing district Uddav 35 says they’ve seen hundreds of relief trucks pass by since Sunday but none has stopped in their town “We’re homeless and without food… The town secretary is as helpless as we are” he says Mungling is a three-hour drive from Kathmandu Here a road forks into two — north-west to Pokhara and south-west to Bharatpur At one of the many dhabas at this junction drivers Umesh Kumar Shiv Charan Satnam and Gurdip sit around a table eating their lunch while their passengers in four buses parked on the road outside most of them labourers in Kathmandu look on with no money in their pockets But Naresh 40 isn’t complaining “Nepal buses have been charging exorbitant fares — Rs 1500 to go till Bhairahawa (on the border with India) At least these UP buses are taking us for free” says the native of Dholpur Rajasthan Most of the buses taxis and other vehicles coming from Kathmandu take the southwest road to Bharatpur We head north-west onto the road that heads to Pokhara The traffic thins down as does the road that’s walled in by the mountains on the left Chim Bahadur Gurung an ex-Indian Army soldier says he has been promised help “The police came on Wednesday and took some photographs of my house that was damaged They said they would do something” he says (Source: Express photo by Vishal Srivastav) The chaos and destruction of Kathmandu have now been left far behind Somewhere on the way to Pokhara another road heads north to Lamjung the epicentre that’s about 80 km from the capital Curiously for an epicentre Lamjung hasn’t seen much destruction — four people died here and 25 were injured So while the ripples of that quake travelled as far as Tibet in the north and the Gangetic plains in the south Lamjung held on Besisahar Lamjung’s district headquarters is on either side of a kilometre-long road Buildings here have no visible cracks and life goes on unperturbed “Most of the concrete buildings survived the quake only the mud ones fell” says Maya Koju who owns a shop Official figures say 2094 houses in the district were damaged Six km from the district headquarters is Udipur a village that has for three generations sent people to serve in the Indian Army Chim Bahadur Gurung 53 an ex-armyman posted “for 12 years in Bihar Shillong and Pune” sits outside his house watching TV He says his house is too dangerous to live in and he has moved out entirely leaving behind a bed and a broken chair “The police came on Wednesday and took some photographs They said they’ll do something Since I am an ex-Army man I also contacted an Indian Embassy official at Besisahar and he too has promised some help” he says Every day people flee Kathmandu in buses that take them to other places in Nepal or to Gorakhpur on the Indian side (Source: Express photo by Vishal Srivastav) At Besisahar police station Assistant Sub-Inspector Bir Bahadur Thapa Magar says the bodies of the four people who died in Lamjung were retrieved either by the police or health officials with help from residents “It is a calm district some houses have been damaged but help seems unlikely People just want to move on” he says At least that’s what Balram 57 wants to do Sitting outside his collapsed mud house the 57-year-old farmer says he is not expecting any help “I built my house then I’ll build it now I’ll build it as many times as the Earth wants me to” For all 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