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As it turned out, which turns out to be the highlights package from a single game,move,New York Times,“The LDP (Abe’s party) has been serving such a long time and knows what to do… And I think Japan should become a country that can protect itself with amending the constitution Missiles have been flying over but I don’t think the US will actually come to protect us" The debate about amending the constitution and formalising the role of Japanese Army—a huge issue in pacifist Japan—stems from that insecurity Abe wasted no time in sending across his message after sealing victory In a news conference on Monday he vowed to "dramatically show counter-measures against the North Korea threat" and along with US and other world powers would exert "stronger pressure" on North Korea to ensure that "Japanese public is safe and safeguard our nation" As these "strong leaders" emerge in different parts of the world this is where Abe and Modi connect the most Both have carefully created an image of "protector" and "keeper"—all macho male signifiers—and naturally enjoy huge interpersonal dynamics bypassing and/or cutting through institutional impediments Modi and Trump do so by bringing their physicality into the equation (a bear hug or a white-knuckle handshake) The Modi-Abe hugs for instance became a huge talking point and generated a spate of discussions As long as their association and mutual admiration brings the countries closer and tightens the strategic embrace India would want to see Abe continue as Japanese prime minister for another term By: IANS | New Delhi | Published: April 13 2017 4:55 pm Vikram Bhatt says in India law and the government don’t protect us Related News In a nation where Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore wrote Where The Mind Is Without Fear — a stirring ode recited with immense pride by India’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru — filmmaker Vikram Bhatt believes the golden words now are “unfortunately not true” The film fraternity in Hollywood has always been very vocal about its opinions — be it on Donald Trump becoming the US President or the “white vs black” controversy in showbiz Often a question has been raised about why most celebrities in the Hindi film fraternity do not speak up on important issues of the country — and instead only tweet and write about the day-to-day events in their lives When something unjust happens in the country why do Bollywood stars disappear Bhatt says it would be unfair to draw that difference between Hollywood and Bollywood as in India the “law and the government don’t protect us” “The mind is without fear — that is unfortunately not true The mind is filled with fear Anybody can throw a stone at our house and break it “Karan Johar (filmmaker) and Pakistani actor (in context of Ae Dil Hai Mushkil featuring Pakistani actor Fawad Khan)… What happened to him Who stands by whom Why would he tweet Let’s not compare Hollywood and Bollywood They are granted freedom to make a film and have documentaries made on 9/11 (former US President George W) Bush Christ… It would be an unfair comparison” Bhatt told IANS Bhatt also cited the instance of filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali who was assaulted by Shri Rajput Karni Sena activists in Jaipur and whose Padmavati set was vandalised in Kolhapur because the group was concerned about the content of the period drama Voicing concern on this Bhatt said: “When we say something you (people) want to burn the theatres You want to stop the film from releasing You want to slap Sanjay Leela Bhansali and vandalise his set Nothing happens nobody wants to protect us so why should we be martyred “Why should we come out and speak against some politician For what We are the entertainment industry not the Red Cross I didn’t see anybody coming out in favour of Sanjay Leela Bhansali… No government person” The filmmaker — who is the grandson of filmmaker Vijay Bhatt one of the pioneers of the Hindi film industry and son of Pravin Bhatt an acclaimed director of photography — says it is imperative to “make an atmosphere of safety and freedom” “First make an atmosphere of freedom of safety of fearlessness — and then point fingers at people and ask why are they not giving their opinions You cannot police people and then expect them to say something” said Bhatt who has spent 25 years in the industry directing films and writing screenplays Also read:Meri Pyaari Bindu: Is Ayushmann Khurrana playing a neurotic in the film Seepic His recent projects are two new web series Spotlight and Gehraiyaan on Viu app the video on demand service of Vuclip Having started his career with director Mukul Anand’s Kanoon Kya Karega Bhatt also worked as chief assistant on the sets of cult classic Agneepath In the past few years his filmography is dotted by horror movies and thrillers like Raaz 1920 and Haunted – 3D He has also turned novelist with A Handful of Sunshine which explores the world of intense romance For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Reuters | Updated: September 2 2017 10:32 am Petra Kvitova finished off the Frenchwoman within 73 minutes in Arthur Ashe Stadium (Source: AP) Related News Petra Kvitova was back on the US Open’s big stage on Friday and delivered a sizzling performance by blowing past 18th-seed Caroline Garcia 6-0 6-4 to reach the fourth round at Flushing Meadows Kvitova playing in just her eighth tournament since missing five months of action after being stabbed in the hand last December finished off the Frenchwoman within 73 minutes in Arthur Ashe Stadium closing out the contest in style with a fine ace “It means a lot I really appreciate it that this time I could play again on the big stages” said Kvitova “After everything that I have been through it is a very happy moment for me” The match had looked a tricky one for Kvitova having split their four previous career meetings with Garcia taking the last two However the 13th-seeded Czech was in complete control from the start never surrendering a break point the entire match It has been slow but steady progress for the double Wimbledon champion after sustaining what looked to be career-threatening injuries when she was attacked by an intruder in her home late last year After a scrappy 7-5 7-5 win over former world number one Jelena Jankovic of Serbia in her opener on Monday Kvitova has played very much like a grand slam champion crushing another Frenchwoman Alize Cornet 6-1 6-2 “It’s much more easier to come back and play definitely compared to first tournaments after my comeback” she said “It’s much more easier for me to feel more normal than before “I do feel much better and closer to my top level I think that I really played great today as well “I’m still not there for sure I think still my hand is not 100 percent ready so I do feel hopefully that I have space to improve” Kvitova’s defeat of Garcia was greeted with loud applause particularly from her box where her team wore blue t-shirts with ‘COURAGE’ ‘BELIEVE’ and a Czech phrase meaning ‘come on’ written brightly across the front “When I was coming back we had this kind of idea to show something on the t-shirt” Kvitova explained “We were just trying to show what we need to comeback after such a tough time” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anand Mohan J | New Delhi | Published: September 24 2017 6:01 am The first wireless set of the Delhi Police from 1944; (right) the police whistle made in Birmingham in 1926 Top News Mysteries solved years ago are helping the Delhi Police make a splash on Twitter with a tweet highlighting an interesting case photo or trivia being posted on its handle every Thursday While the entire cycle — from the tweet being posted to it going viral — takes a few hours a three-member research team spent around four months skimming through inspection books faded FIR copies logbooks and complaint copies written in Urdu to unearthed the nuggets of history encased weekly in 140 characters — from how a cycle thief was caught to the first woman officer in the Delhi Police The campaign was conceived after police sought the help of an advertising company Astral The social media team eventually pitched the idea of unearthing history of Delhi Police to “get a better connect with the audience” After a green light from senior officers the ‘Kuch Khaas Hai Itihaas’ campaign was launched “The whole point was to make sure that interesting history of the Delhi Police is shared with the public” said Delhi Police spokesperson Madhur Verma who oversaw the authenticity of the research work A three-man research team started work in May and after an initial briefing at the Delhi Police headquarters visited Delhi Police Museum and the library — only to discover an intimidating array of books Soon enough they realised they needed a guide “We had got our hands on an in-house Delhi Police journal and found some beautiful poems by inspector Rajendra Singh Kalkal He used to be the inspector research at Delhi Police Museum and guided us with our first stories including the first FIR registered by Delhi Police” said Vivek Singh who supervises the team The team initially went through about “50 books and 60 magazines” Ayushi Dwivedi the field researcher said adding that claims in the books were corroborated with 15 DCPs The findings were documented in three separate logs — one contained remarks by DCPs; the other findings from the books; and the third photographs of exhibits After initially skimming through FIR copies against Mahatma Gandhi and leaders of the freedom struggle complaint copies and inspector manuals the team hit a brick wall as the flood of information led nowhere Eventually they managed to get their hands on the Delhi Police: History and Heritage a coffee table book released in 2006 and now in limited edition “We scanned 200 pages from the book We now have around 60 stories that can last a year Research work is still underway” Vivek said While photographing exhibits at the museum the team spotted a blue box with broken circuits and G&C inscribed at the top “It was difficult for us to identify the instrument Once we managed to clear dirt from the glass and read the description during our fourth visit to the museum we found that it was in fact the first wireless system used by the police and not a radio” Vivek said adding that the image was then uploaded on Twitter For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Adil Akhzer | Chandigarh | Published: April 23 2017 9:07 am Top News THE TRICITY recorded the first swine flu death of the season after a 32-year-old patient from Panchkula district died at Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) in Sector 32 The patient a resident of Kheru village in Kalka was found to be H1N1 positive said officials at the hospital The Panchkula health department will send a team to the village on Sunday for inspection GMCH sources said the patient identified as Yograj was admitted to GMCH on April 19 “He was admitted with H1N1 symptoms He died in the hospital on the intervening night of Thursday and Friday” said an official While a man tested positive for swine flu in Mohali district last month no case of swine flu has been reported in Chandigarh so far Dr V K Bansal Civil Surgeon Panchkula told Chandigarh Newsline that the treatment of the victim’s family has already begun “A team will also visit the village on Sunday” he said “We will take steps to prevent it from spreading” In Chandigarh while no case of swine flue has been reported this year cases of chikungunya and dengue were reported from the Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) there The UT health department however said that these “all are old cases” and “no fresh case has been reported in the city so far” According to details PGI has found 51 positive chikungunya cases and one dengue case Health department officials however said they found 37 cases of chikungunya in the city “The vector which was found in these positive cases is not new” said a health official “We don’t have any fresh dengue or chikungunya case so far” The Chandigarh health department official said they have already stepped up surveillance to prevent the disease from spreading All the hospitals are ready to prevent the outbreak in the city said officials adding that all the medicines were available For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top News

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