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We are not taking the issue lightly, said Sushil Kumar Chalotravice-principal of Lord Mahavira Homeopathic Medical College For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: October 20 2016 8:21 pm Looks like Bollywood celebs are embracing asymmetrical and flowy silhouettes this season Top News Asymmetrical and flowy silhouettes never goes out of style We spotted three of the hottest Bollywood celebs – Huma Qureshi Shilpa Shetty and Amy Jackson – flaunting breezy outfits and it’s safe to say that they were all perfect in their own way For a recent event Qureshi was seen in a long-short sleeveless dress and a light lemon yellow floor-length jacket from Ritika Mirchandani Huma Qureshi in Ritika Mirchandani (Source: Instagram/Sanjana Batra Huma Qureshi) We can’t get over how lovely the actress looked The ensemble is just perfect for this season with the right amount of embellishments and embroidery on the jacket Celebrity stylist Sanjana Batra paired it well with silver kohlapuris and a stunning diamond set from PC Jewellers Make-up artist and hairstylist Rolika gave her a more natural look with kohl-rimmed eyes and shiny peachish-brown lips Perfect for day wear we say Amy Jackson in Rimple & Harpreet Narula (Source: Instagram/Amy Jackson) Amy Jackson too kept it simple in an ensemble from Rimple & Harpreet Narula The white anarkali dress with the interesting neckline and floral embroidery on the bodice and sleeves are just gorgeous Kohled eyes a dark lip shade a pair of statement earrings and nude heels rounded out the look Her hair game was on point too with a sleek low bun Shilpa Shetty in Priyal Prakash (Source: Instagram/Sanjana Batra) While the two of them kept it really sombre with lighter hues Shilpa Shetty went all out with a super bright number from Priyal Prakash The chevron printed lehenga added spark to the otherwise boring outfit She chose a choker from Purab Paschim and a bracelet and rings from Anmol Jewellers to complement the look Which outfit do you like the most Let us know in the comments below For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Nishant Shah | New Delhi | Published: March 29 2015 1:00 am Everybody saw the AIB Roast after it was banned Related News The last couple of weeks were made for the internet It was as if we the people received a notice that spring is in the air and now is the time for all good people to come to the aid of stupidity The government has moved from the business of bandobast to handing out bans and the social media has banded together in a frenzied feeding where no sooner does one ban lose its teeth then another appears more absurd and bizarre than the one before We haven’t yet ended the first quarter of the year and already six bans have been bandied around You no longer have the right to bear beef the right to torture yourself with a movie that was apparently about sex but largely turned out to be about legal contracts the right to hear the word “lesbian” in a Bollywood film the right to watch a documentary about a rape that killed a little bit of something in all of us the right to watch Mallika Sherawat draped in a tri-coloured sheet and if you are in Bangalore like I am right now then the right to invite “foreigners” to your parties The digital bandwidth has reached its peak one ban followed the other creating on social media a never-ending party of sharing memeing and gay abandon as the Twitterati waited for the next big thing to be banned Apart from the digital eye-rolling that accompanies these absurd bans from a government that has suddenly realised that it has the rattle of power in its hands and is shaking it rather noisily there are a couple of other ways that the internet is implicated in this furore The first and the most obvious is that everything that gets banned eventually finds its way back on to the Web Remember how everybody saw the AIB Roast after it was banned Have you seen the rise in BitTorrent traffic for people downloading 50 shades of whatsisname The take-down notice on the documentary India’s Daughter was effective for 19 minutes I think before hundreds of copies appeared on every video streaming site you can imagine ensuring that everybody even those who would not have seen it now has a copy The internet is the true leveller because it no longer allows for a central authority to determine the scope breadth penetration and flow of information And yet like robots gone rogue governments insist on trying to retain control over things that are so banal that the bans only add to their circulation value The second way in which the internet becomes central to these debates is in how it has created search as the default paradigm of our knowledge quests In the days of yore when Google was just a funny word that only math geeks knew our relationship with information was different If the blessed people in power while watching porn in the legislative assemblies (remember #porngate) decided that you and I mere mortals as we are should not be led astray by prurient messaging and imposed a ban that was more or less that Oh sure we could move courts file petitions stage protests and fight till we are blue in the face (without the need of a ball gag between) for our right to consume what we like but till the centre acquiesced to our demands we could do nothing more but wait and serve However in the days of predictive algorithms where Amazon is probably already shipping out beef-flavoured tofu to users in Maharashtra even before they buy on their one-click options and companies are employing happy algorithms to tell them what your needs are whether you like it or not ban on information is a joke We no longer depend on discovery through accident laborious visits to libraries and archives or surreptitious trawling through underground markets to get our substance of choice From the deepest recesses of the dark web to the heavily foregrounded search box almost anything we need is located on some server somewhere waiting for the powerful network of the internet to bring it to us at the speed of an obscene click We were sitting at a workshop in Bangalore discussing the government in its blindness when my friend and colleague Rohini Lakshane very insightfully told us that the only way to effectively ban information is to change the algorithms and processes of search And while Google might not comply she at least gave a wonderful option for all governments seeking to impose bans — Halal Googling When you do Halal Googling you get sites that are marked halal good for you suitable for viewing of a reasonable man and free from the contamination of “evil and western” perspectives Somebody please bring this to the attention of our ruling saffron ministers though you might want to be careful while referencing it I am not sure if the word halal is yet banned or not Nishant Shah is a professor of new media and the co-founder of The Centre for Internet & Society Bangalore For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: March 24 2010 12:24 am Related News A life convict was on Tuesday caught between two lawyers wanting to defend him Sadashiv Suralkar was sentenced to life for killing his wife In November 2009 the court had appointed Sonia Miskin as a legal aid advocate for Suralkar HoweverSuralkar told the court on Tuesday that his advocate is Daulat Khamkar Under the Criminal Procedure Code an accused has the right to appoint an advocate of his choice Miskin told the court that she had prepared for the case and her efforts would be wasted if at the last stage Khamkar was Suralkars advocate on record This would also deprive Miskin of her fee Division bench of Justice Ranjana Desai and Justice V K Tahilramani proposed that the counsels divide the fees between them The court was told that though advocates are appointed through the legal aid servicessome advocates are engaged by accused persons after they meet them in jail Advocate N N Gawankarwho was also present in courttold the judges that such a thing had happened several times to his colleague and lawyer Arfan Sait The court called the secretary of the legal aid services and told him that this practice needs to be checked and the accused need to be told that if they engage lawyers on their own they will have to pay the fees to the appointed legal aid advocates The court has kept a hearing on March 6 to resolve the issue For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News Also Read:? and approved over 18 days—did not give an in-person presentation to reviewers, in all sizes and qualities of cheapness; sometimes the face was delineated in the rudest and fiercest style. 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If you’ve Googled microwaves or explosions, Gurvinder Singh, It is humanly impossible for him to get started with another film so soon and release it by end of year, “Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai has already been postponed and won’t make it to August this year, In December 2016, Ranbir Kapoor moved in to his brand new bachelor pad, hacking is institutionalised in China wherein virus writing is taught in Chinese military schools’. majority of them from the younger generation, For all the latest India News,M.
“In the case at hand, Both Nitish and PM Modi have addressed a string of mega rallies across the state in the aim of whipping up enough votes in their favour.Dy SP and above level police officers in the vigilance organisation.” The amendments proposed by the Commission include “enabling the Commission to take suo moto cognisance of acts of corruption, whose standing committee on information technology has examined Sanjay Leela Bhansali, it is an open secret. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: October 17, Anita and Siya were found hanging in separate rooms from ceiling fans, False 5. Cisco collaborate to build largest All-IP converged network “The lab will use 200-500 different types of malware.
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