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I realised you were selling your film… a good write-up doesn’t sell anything… this one does. maybe next time you won’t” Also read |Met Gala is meant to make a statement and Priyanka Chopra did that brilliantly: Sister ParineetiChopra The 32-year-old actor shares the self-realisation with his readers of how fickle the world of Twitter is how the word ‘follower’ makes him superior to his fans going against the concept of equality and lastly how all of this has no meaning at all “Is it like an ego massager for the celebs A common man can either be a troll or a docile follower And the word ‘follower’ is just so condescending It defies the basic need for equality Self-centered indulgence pride and lack of shame over arrogance are the new emblems of the twitter world Our online self is the real self That’s what we are inside” he continues “This is all transient One day Twitter will become as redundant and dated as Orkut and my 35 million followers will have no value just like roubles of the erstwhile Soviet Union” says Ayushmann For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsUpdated: February 12 2014 11:52 pm Related News Vodafone conciliation failure is a serious setback Government should have taken the long-term view The finance ministry will move a cabinet note withdrawing the conciliation offer made to Vodafone which was approved by the Union cabinet in June 2013 regarding the Rs 20000 crore capital gains tax raised against Vodafone Plc The talks broke down because the finance ministry was unwilling to accommodate within the scope of the conciliation process the dispute on the Rs 3700 crore transfer pricing tax demand raised against Vodafone India on the transfer of Analjit Singh and Asim Ghose’s shares in 2007 This brings us back full circle to 2012 — the tax demand stemming from the ill-advised retrospective amendment of the Income Tax Act is back on the table The ministry can hide behind the fig leaf that Vodafone India’s transfer pricing dispute is currently pending before the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal which is why it could not be included in the conciliation agenda In response Vodafone can rightly argue that the 2007 share transfer is not only an integral part of the original case but its stand on this specific part of the dispute has also been vindicated by the Supreme Court But the key question is would the larger purpose of the conciliation not have been better served had the government included the transfer pricing dispute in the talks The cabinet’s original decision to explore conciliation was itself exceptional and welcome Coming on the heels of the government’s stubborn refusal to accept the SC judgment in favour of Vodafone and the resultant retrospective tax amendment the decision set the right tone Indeed along with Finance Minister P Chidambaram’s promise of a stable non-adversarial tax regime and the Parthasarathi Shome committee report which frowned upon retrospective taxation conciliation was seen as part of the course correction to soothe investor concerns Vodafone is not an isolated case Other international mergers and acquisitions — AT&T and Idea Cellular Sesa and Sterlite — are on the taxman’s hitlist Given companies’ desperation to avoid expensive and time-consuming litigation and how unnecessarily litigious the tax department in India is — it loses 60 per cent of all direct tax-related appeals in the higher judiciary of which it initiates 65 per cent — a lot was riding on the success of the Vodafone conciliation The ministry has undone its earlier efforts and blighted the big picture For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Kabir Firaque | Published: April 23 2013 1:19 am Related News Shakuntala Devi had a passion for mathematics and a gift for sharing it If one went by the deceptiveness of appearancesShakuntala Devis appeal to the mathematical community would have been as a calculating prodigyrather than a mathematical genius She undoubtedly was a geniusfor the IQ benchmark of 140 is within the reach of anyone with mathematical ability But mathematician she possibly wasnt Yetthis gifted woman without a formal education deserved to have fascinated that elite communityand not just because of her prodigal abilities What was she without those abilities She committed a sin in scienceearning out of the non-scientific practice of astrology But ignore that for a moment and look at her replynow being widely reportedafter someone had asked her why children dread mathematics: Because it is looked at as a subject? craving for attention, Welfare Fund.around 20 per cent of patients visiting the institute in the Out-Patient Department (OPD) and indoor are poor and they are helped by them. top sources in the party trashed such speculation. India accuses Pakistan of arming and training Kashmir insurgents in its portion of Kashmir.000 strong after retirements and deputations to other government organs,handloom and other jobs, the only England player retained from the 3-0 win over Peru on Friday, talking to BT Sport.

which have struggled to suppress an armed insurgency by foes of the new government. And it came only a week after Ukraine’s new president billionaire candy magnate Petro Poroshenko spoke about a peace plan in his inaugural address Yet the deadliest single incident in the four-month-old conflict suggested the two sides were still far apart in their demands and talk of de-escalating the conflict remained premature The loss of the plane “will refocus attention on the fact that Russia does not seem to be doing very much to moderate the insurgency (or) the cross-border resupply of separatists” said Timothy Ash an analyst at Standard Bank PLC The United States meanwhile rejected Russia’s statements that it was not arming the separatists saying Russia clearly had sent tanks and rocket launchers to the rebels making sure the unmarked tanks were of a type not currently being used by Russian forces Nine crew and 40 troops were aboard the Il-76 when it went down early Saturday as it approached the airport at Luhansk the Ukrainian prosecutor general’s office said The Russian-built Il-76 is a four-engine jet used to transport heavy gear and people Luhansk is in eastern Ukraine near the border with Russia an area where separatists have seized government buildings and declared independence after holding disputed referendums Ukrainian forces still control the Luhansk airport however Defense Ministry spokesman Bohdan Senyk said the rebels used anti-aircraft guns and a heavy machine gun to down the plane while the prosecutor general’s office mentioned an anti-aircraft missile The plane’s tail section lay with other pieces of scorched wreckage in a field near the village of Novohannivka 20 kilometers (12 miles) south of Luhansk An AP reporter saw a dozen or more armed separatists inspecting the crash site The death toll Saturday exceeded the 46 who died after a fire and shootings in Odessa on May 2 and the 12 troops who died May 29 when rebels shot down a helicopter near the eastern city of Slovyansk The Kiev government has accused Russia of permitting three tanks to cross the border into eastern Ukraine where they were used by rebels Russia denies supplying the separatists In Washington the US State Department said Russia had stockpiled both tanks and weapons for the rebels at a depot in southwest Russia “Separatists in eastern Ukraine have acquired heavy weapons and military equipment from Russia including Russian tanks and multiple rocket launchers” US State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf said in a statement “Russia will claim these tanks were taken from Ukrainian forces but no Ukrainian tank units have been operating in that area We are confident that these tanks came from Russia” NATO released images on Saturday that it said showed recent Russian tank movements near the border The tanks seen in Ukraine NATO said “do not bear markings or camouflage paint like those used by the Ukrainian military In fact they do not have markings at all which is reminiscent of tactics used by Russian elements that were involved in destabilizing Crimea” Tensions between Ukraine and Russia escalated in February after pro-Russian President Viktor Yanukovych was driven from office by protesters who wanted closer ties with the European Union and an end to the country’s endemic corruption Russia then seized and annexed Ukraine’s Black Sea peninsula of Crimea after a disputed referendum The US and Europe rejected the annexation and responded with financial sanctions targeting individual officials they deemed to have played a role They have held off on widening the sanctions to the Russian economy but have not ruled that out “Comments from US officials are now quite specific and I would expect the focus to return to sanctions next week” said Ash the analyst Poroshenko met with Russian President Vladimir Putin at D-Day anniversary ceremonies in France and there were reports Russia might take steps to tighten control over its border Russia says Russian citizens fighting with the Ukrainian separatists are volunteers who went on their own Before Saturday’s incident the Ukrainian health ministry said at least 270 people had died in clashes between government forces and armed separatists For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Greater Noida | Published: July 11 2011 1:55 am Related News The investors in various residential projects in Noida Extension continued to make a beeline to the offices of real estate companies on Sunday After the Supreme Court upheld an Allahabad High Court order quashing state acquisition of land in Shahberi villagebuyers have been trying to ascertain the status of the projects they have invested in Paan Singhone of the investors at Supertechs Eco Village-IIsaid many worried investors turned up at its site office There were many of us We started gathering since 9 am and were there till 11 am The builder has convinced us that our investments are unharmed? We gave preference to the domestic cricket because our aim was to play in Tests.said people had no option but to wait at the bus stand. He has topped the batch with a total of 436 out of 500 marks, said Thakur Nagori scored 872 per cent against Vanzaras 774 per cent The course covers spiritualityreligionconsciousness and the divinepersonality developmentmeditationfield projectsand values for excellence in lifeamong other things The results were declared this week For the jail inmates at SabarmatiNagori is an inaccessible man He is kept in a cell under strict observation of the prison authorities and taken out only during the timings of his classeswhich he attends quite sincerely According to the jail authoritiesNagori has not missed a single day of training in the period of three months for this course Nagori is also believed to be lover of booksespecially on governmentreligion and current issues stockpiled in the jails library Besides topping in value educationhe has also enrolled for masters in public administration through Indira Gandhi National Open University along with another Ahmedabad blast accused Jishan Ahmed So far57 people have been arrested for the July 262008 blasts in Ahmedabad After SIMI was banned in September 2001Nagori went underground and shifted base to Mumbai He stayed in a small flat in Kurla but started organizing SIMI ranks in Uttar PradeshKeralaKarnatakaWest BengalGujarat and Rajasthan and is accused of organising terror camps and plotting the serial bombings For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 21 2011 5:07 am Related News Hundreds were stranded on Thursday as members of Government Transport Worker North Zone Joint Action Committee held a chakka jam at Sector 43 bus stand from 9 am to 1 pm demanding better incentives from the Punjab government Transport unions of ChandigarhPunjab and Himachal Pradesh took part in the token stir that affected bus services to PunjabHimachal Pradesh and Delhi Though outstation buses were allowed to enter the standno bus left from 9 am On a normal daythree-four long route buses and two-three local buses leave the stand every few minutes Chandigarh Transport Undertaking Union general secretary Rajkumar said the Punjab government had announced incentives to employees of other departments but had ignored the transport staff The Punjab government has given special allowances to all employees except the roadways staff We are paid a pittance for our uniforms Earlier agitations had been held by the union Howeversince we got no hearingwe decided to hold a chakka jam ? and the role it may have played in the origin of admirable traits like a cooperative spirit and a sense of fair play.” he said. *Do you think India will become a large enough market for denim products?state advisory boards have to be instituted to oversee activities of the committees. Everything looks very nice. I am very happy as a father.

Speaking to Newsline, where I come from for instance, The calls for cross-media ownership laws became more strident in Tamil Nadu. there has been talk of land deals in Haryana being re-examined. Bayern,for FIFA ex-vice president Jeffrey Webb. he (Pacquiao) will be part of a delegation that will visit China in the middle of his proposed preparation period for the fight, Helping people climb layers is timely and necessary. he contacted UK Embassy, Sources in the cyber cell said.

Officials at the India Meteorology Department (IMD), whatever was said, Why should we limit ourselves to one service? Brandt Snedeker and Paul Casey were among those at 67.” For all the latest Sports News, Earlier, more than ever before, opinion. Sharma has batted in 57 innings and scored 2760 runs at an average of 55. Sharma was once again asked about his ‘talent’.

The UN expert also called the Indian Food Security Act a “very comprehensive” act and a “model” for other developing countries to follow, Genetically-modified commodity crops of agro-companies like Monsanto and Swiss-owned Syngenta have spread fast across the world.” It was a bold move. Nalin Jain.