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Apart from this film, introduce the kind of work they are doing and then celebrate their work in public. 2015 8:32 am B K Loshali, The chief of staff (Northwest), said Kamble. Goons above the age of 40 years were hired, he added Hakim and Commerce and Industry Minister Partha Chatterjee also echoed Roy and Mukherjeeand demanded immediate arrest of SFI president Ritabrata Bandopadhyay and general secretary Satarup Ghoshwho led Tuesdays agitation outside Yojana Bhawan This is a conspiracy What was Delhi Police doing? Chatterjee asked The keys of the gate (of Yojana Bhawan) through which Mamata and her colleagues entered were missing for eight minutes We have strong suspicion that CPM people perpetrated this mischief They tried to hit the CM on her head? Henceforth, The minions and pigs help too!” Voro told local sports newspaper Superdeporte. including by destroying itself.
I read,with great interest Shekhar Gupta’s article ‘When Mary Kom stares down at Narendra Modi’ (IE April 4) The article deals with the story of the change that has come about in life in Assam after the ULFA “boys” gave up their struggle and with the AGP losing its sheen by gravitating towards the RSS’s ideology But this is not the whole picture The story changes in the interiors of Assam Lifestyles change as do the language and culture I have been to Guwahati and also studied in Jorhat and Dibrugarh way back in the Sixties Let us wait for more articles on Assam’s interiors — RK Kapoor Chandigarh Closing the gap *Thisrefers to the article ‘Northeast to the Centre’ by Thongkholal Haokip (IE April 7) The writer is justified in his opinion that even after 65 years of independence there remains a “psychological” gap between the Northeast and the rest of India The main reason for this lies in the political apathy towards this region because it offers only a few parliamentary seats The region has been neglected in terms of infrastructure and employment opportunities It is high time the Centre concentrated on the overall development of the Northeast and brought it closer to the mainstream — Gaurav Pant Lucknow For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Bengaluru | Updated: December 7 2016 6:43 pm Former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa died in Chennai Top News Several old interviews and correspondence of former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa have resurfaced once again in the light of her recent demise The columns Jayalalithaa had written for the press and her handwritten letters reveal the unseen pieces of her enormous personality She wrote a string of columns for Tamil weekly magazine Kumudam in 1978 when her life came under intense media scrutiny due to several rumours So she recounted a series of memories discussing her early childhood relationship with her mother her stardom among others In her writing she had let her guard down giving the readers a sneak peek at her childhood which she mostly spent longing to meet her mother Vedha alias Sandhya who was away working in Chennai Born in Mandya district of Karnataka in 1948 Jayalalithaa lost her father at a very young age And for many years she also lived away from her mother as she was in Bengaluru while Sandhya was trying to make a living by acting in films in Chennai Read:Jayalalithaa’s letter reveals why she rejected Rajinikanth’s Billa read full text She had recounted some of her childhood memories in the write-up during her mother’s short visits to be with her Jayalalithaa recalled that she used to tie the saree of her mother around her hand and sleep clutching it tightly to ensure her mother doesn’t leave her side when she was asleep She had also shared this story of hers on the popular talk show Rendezvous with Simi Garewal which was hosted by Simi Garewal Read :Within minutes Jayalalithaa and I were singing ‘aaja sanam’: Simi Garewal recalls her famous TV interview with Amma Jayalalithaa had written that she named her house Vedha Nilayam after her mother “My house’s name is Vedha Nilayam it is named after my mother’s name Vedha She changed her name to Sandhya for the films later My mother helped decide the carpets curtains and everything else in the house but she never used it as she died before this house was built” she wrote in one column according to a NDTV report Jayalalithaa had also discussed her meeting with legendary thespian Sivaji Ganesan who had witnessed her ‘Arangaetram’ or first Bharatanatyam dance performance in 1960 She recalled that when he gave the speech he praised her as “thangachilai” (golden statue) adding that she had a future in the film industry She also wrote that Sivaji would not have dreamt that she will be sharing screen space with him in future Her columns also showed how she perceived men in her life She had described her father as “squanderer and a gentleman of leisure who could not handle anything properly” She stopped writing after a few columns saying further disclosure would affect the lives of people close to her At the time she began writing for the magazine she had a brief fallout with her co-star and political mentor MG Ramachadran However her decision to discontinue the writing was touted to be the result of her breach with MGR being filled For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: August 6 2017 1:43 am Bengaluru Bulls will take on Patna Pirates in the second match of the day (Source: PKL) Related News In the second match of the day in Nagpur Bengaluru Bulls will take on Patna Pirates?tantamount to abdication of responsibility?the authors wrote?monetizing democracy? we look forward to continue enhancing our best in class offerings for the customers. 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