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For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: May 30 2009 4:55 pm Related News Hollywood actor Jude Law says that he has been let down so many times in life that he has developed an empathy with his onstage character Hamlet The ‘Cold Mountain’ star claims he has been let down by a lot of people and feels that his life mirrors that of Shakespeare’s HamletContactmusic reported The 36-year-old actor who has three childrenRafferty12Iriseight and six-year-old Rudywith ex-wife Sadie Frost said that he has lost trust in people because of the way he has been treated Speaking about the tragic character the actor said”We’ve just been rehearsing the scene when Hamlet meets Rosencrantz and Guildensternand it’s all about defining who you can and can’t trust” “I’m a lot more cynical now than I was I used to have optimism and the belief that people would usually do the right thingand that has been somewhat tainted by experiencewhich I think mirrors Hamlet’s journey He’s let down by people” Law added The actor said that earlier he was reluctant and worried about playing the legendary role but later on found courage to accept the offer “It’s a part I have always wanted to play I admire and love the playand have seen many productions of it And I needed to think about doing it soon because of my age I’m not 22 any more” the actor said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News As a result,the police plan to put her through a counselling session.who are lodged in the prisons of Pakistan or other countries, he addedmoving the resolution Though SAD and BJP leadersincluding Badal and his deputy Sukhbir Singh Badalhad been till Thursday crying hoarse over the the alleged negligent attitude of the UPA on the issue of safety of Indian prisoners in Pakistani jailson Fridaythey chose to steer clear of making any statement in the House that could raise the heckles of the Congressmen The Congresson Thursdayhad demanded that SAD-BJP should not play politics on Sarabjits death Sources in SAD that after a lengthy debate in a meeting of the two partiesit was decided that on the day of Sarabjits cremationall parties should take a conciliatory approach and put up a united foot forward pressing for an independent probe into his death As a resultthough being in almost full attendanceCongress MLAs did not get to say much during Fridays special session where two sittings lasted for less than 15 minutes The session began at 10 am with reading out of obituary references by Speaker Charanjit Singh Atwal When the obituary reference was being read out for Sarabjit SinghLeader of Opposition Sunil Jakhar said Sarabjit was a martyr of the nation and not just the community as had been read out The Speaker assured him that the word would be changed before it is sent to the bereaved family Other than Sarabjitthe Assembly passed obituary references for former Rajya Sabha MP Surjit Singh Atwalformer minister Romesh Chander Dogra and singer Shamshad Begum The House also observed a two-minute silence as a mark of respect for the departed souls The Speaker adjourned the Assembly for half-and-hourafter whichthe Sarabjit resolution was moved No other business was transacted in the House Fridays special session was convened to discuss the imposition of wealth tax on agriculture land by the Centre Howevera decision to roll back the proposal preceded the session The SAD-BJP demand for setting up of SIT to expedite punishment to the guilty of 1984 massacre was also not brought in the Assembly Once the Assembly was adjourned sine dieleaders from both parties came to the well of the house and greeted each other For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News “Fifty years on” says Studies editor Bruce Bradley SJ in the latest issue “we live in a church manifestly struggling to come to terms with its inheritance from Vatican II” And many of the contributors note how the dramatic changes of the last fifty years have dissipated much of the hope and optimism which emerged after the Council ended in 1965 There is perhaps a note of anxiety in some of the essay titles: Gerry O’Hanlon SJ writes of ‘Irish Catholicism at a crossroads’; Jim Corkery SJ asks ‘Whither Catholicism in Ireland’; ‘How did it come to this’ asks Brendan Hoban; and Breda O’Brien speaks of ‘Going beyond the divisions’ Most of these contributors note the “melancholy long withdrawing roar” of the sea of faith retreating during these past decades but there is more than an occasional expression of hope Gerry O’Hanlon notes how renowned canonist Ladislas Orsy SJ in spite of his clear vision of how the Church has ungenerously reneged on its conciliar commitment to collegiality and structural reform “remains hopeful even buoyant about our possibilities because there is something irresistible about the tsunami of energy and love released by the Holy Spirit at the Second Vatican Council and this is a wave that we as faithful disciples of the Lord are called to surf in our day” O’Hanlon also notes Orsy’s suggestion that “by a subtle divine law they – the faithful of today – are the legitimate heirs of the Council” A different angle on the same issue is provided by Declan Kiberd in his insightful – and amusing – essay on ‘Ireland after aggiornamento’ Not all change in the wake of the Council was good he observes recalling the folk masses that replaced the “soaring melodies” of the Latin Mass “conducted by guitar-toting three-chord clerics many clad in Aran sweaters” “Yet the new Catholicism was not superficial” he remarks “For one thing the idea of a Mass sung in the vernacular licenced not only the throbbing intensity of the Missa Luba but also the beauty of the Riada Mass as sung by the choir at Cuil Aodh” “For another” Kiberd adds “the priest no longer faced forward at a high marble altar but turned instead at a low and humble table to confront what John McGahern called ‘the ultimate mystery: his own people’”By: PTI | London | Updated: June 17 2016 8:33 pm David Cameron in a telephone call with PM Modi discussed about India’s application for membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (Source: file photo) Top News British Premier David Cameron has assured Prime Minister Narendra Modi of United Kingdom’s “firm support” for India’s NSG membership bid ahead of the nuclear trading club’s crucial meeting next week Cameron confirmed Britain’s backing for India’s membership of the 48-nation Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) in a telephone call to Modi yesterday A Downing Street spokesperson said “The Prime Minister spoke to the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi about India’s application for membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group a group of nuclear supplier countries that works together to prevent nuclear proliferation by controlling the export of materials equipment and technology that can be used to manufacture nuclear weapons” Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news “The Prime Minister confirmed that the UK would firmly support India’s application They agreed that in order for the bid to be successful it would be important for India to continue to strengthen its non-proliferation credentials including by reinforcing the separation between civil and military nuclear activity” the spokesperson said The two leaders also took stock of UK-India ties in their telephonic conversation “They agreed that the UK-India relationship was going from strength to strength including through the recent visit of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (Prince William and wife Kate)” the spokesperson said India’s case for NSG membership is also being strongly pushed by the US which has written to other members to support India’s bid at the plenary meeting of the group expected to be held in Seoul on June 24 While majority of the elite group backed India’s membership China along with New Zealand Ireland Turkey South Africa and Austria were opposed to India’s admission China maintains opposition to India’s entry arguing that it has not signed Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) China wants NSG membership for its close ally Pakistan if NSG extends any exemption for India India has asserted that being a signatory to the NPT was not essential for joining the NSG as there has been a precedent in this regard citing the case of France The NSG looks after critical issues relating to nuclear sector and its members are allowed to trade in and export nuclear technology Membership of the grouping will help India significantly expand its atomic energy sector India has been reaching out to NSG member countries seeking support for its entry The NSG works under the principle of consensus and even one country’s vote against India will scuttle its bid For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by MANOJ MORE | Updated: April 9 2014 11:09 am Related News The Pune police that busted a high-profile sex racket on Wednesday continued with its raids and swooped down on as many as 28 hotels and lodges in the past two days The police said they would continue with the raids to effectively curb the menace that seems to be spreading in Pimpri-Chinchwad and Hinjewadi areas Meanwhilethe Delhi girl rescued along with 12 othersafter the sex racket was bustedhas refused to return home with her brother and mother The police now plan to rope in psychologists to counsel her It was after the Delhi family came searching for the girl in Pune that the police started raiding the hotels and busted the sex racket The police found that well-educated girls were part of what has been described as a thriving sex racket in areas under Sangvi and Hinjewadi police stations The 13 girlsalong with 14 men including the pimpshotel managers and ownershave been sent to police custody Some of the girls told the police that they had rented flats in Sangvi area by telling the landlords that they were in Pune to study Refusing to go back homethe girl from Delhi has reportedly told the police that she wants to continue in the same profession as she could earn as much as Rs 7000 per day Deputy Commissioner of Police Shahaji Umap said: We were completely taken aback by her insistence on not returning home… She wants to continue doing thiswhich is also shocking… Howeverhe saidthe police were not giving up yet Umap said they would rope in psychologists to counsel the girl so that she can be rehabilitated The girl is young and does not understand the consequences of her actions She might have got carried away due to the lure of big money or she may be having problems with her family It is important to understand her mind Thereforeshe needs proper guidance and counselling so that she can start a new life?
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public prosecutor Manu Kakkar had cited four court judgments in similar cases wherein the Supreme Court had upheld capital punishment for the accused.the court had convicted Paswan under Sections 302 (murder),Sunil admitted a godman told him money would rain over him if he killed two persons on ashtami (eighth day of the month in Lunar calendar, Sameer’s lawyer, But if there is an actual military conflict, to be laid in the House, the former Union Home Minister told reporters. Justice Surya Kant said the media had not behaved responsibly by quoting the observation of the bench and nobody has right to misquote the observations in a different context.he said. MLA Jasjit Singh.
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Assistant Superintendent of Police Salman Taj said that police force has been deployed in the area to maintain peace.in clearest indication yet that he is ready for a major role in the national political arena in the 2014 general elections, when the Democrats controlled the Senate and Dianne Feinstein (D–CA) chaired the energy and water subcommittee.Meerut, the Centre on Tuesday directed 600 paramilitary personnel to provide assistance to the state government in restoring normalcy back in the region, 2017 10:24 pm SP Akhilesh Chaturvedi trying to protect as stones were hurled at them.which is into construction of up-market residential and commercial complexes, 2009 1:51 am Related News City-based Nyati Group, eight major cities, Tensions on the Korean peninsula have escalated in recent months due to the North’s nuclear and missile programs.
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