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She says she has an even better role in the second instalment of the franchise. Mukha was killed in a ‘police encounter’ and last year, Gurpreet Gogi, says MSU student and Afghan national Syed Khalid Sadat. They have to walk more than five kilometres in order to drink water, says he The villagers there are sleeping under the trees for shelterthey have lost everything The children are roaming around without any clothes onthe little they had has also gone and all the help they received from the government is a Rs 1000 per adult Their children weren’t even considered This is the amount with which they are supposed to reconstruct their lives When the children saw the clothesthey burst into a dancethat is how happy they were seeing something so basic?Everything now depends on timely arrival of monsoon in the state, he said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBeijing: Nepal has backed China’s ambitious Silk Road project ahead of Nepalese President Ram Baran Yadav’s visit here this month that is expected to take bilateral ties to a new level In return China also praised Nepal for the crackdown on Tibetan refugees backing the India-based Dalai Lama and using its territory Nepal’s President Ram Baran Yadav Reuters The two countries will lift their relations to a new level during Yadav’s upcoming visit to China Foreign Ministers of the two countries said here after holding talks Ahead of Yadav’s visit to take part in China Boao Forum for Asia Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and his Nepalese counterpart Mahendra Bahadur Pande held talks in the backdrop of Beijing stepping up its annual assistance to Nepal to $128 million from previous USD 25 million Pande thanked China for its help saying his country expects to gain more benefits from the communist nation’s development He said Nepal welcomes and is ready to participate in the "Belt and Road" projects advocated by China referring to the Silk Road and Maritime Silk Road projects Nepal has became a founding member of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank and participated in the Silk Road Economic Belt project state-run Xinhua news agency reported Appreciating Nepal’s crackdown down against Tibetan refugees backing the Dalai Lama – who Beijing sees as a "separatist" Wang said China appreciates that Nepal firmly upholds the one-China policy and that it never allows any forces to use its territories to carry out separatist activities against it He expressed the wish that Nepal will continue to support China’s stance and adopt effective and preemptive measures to maintain common security and stability of both countries Pande said the Nepali government puts great importance on its relations with China and firmly adheres to the one-China policy He said Nepal will never allow any forces to use its territories to carry out any activities against its friendly neighbour China PTI Written by Atikh Rashid | Updated: July 7 2016 5:04 am The Governing Council of FTII gave the go-ahead to convert the institute into a Digitial Media University which will conduct about two dozen courses in the fields of films television and allied arts Top News Seen against the hullabaloo that followed the appointment of Gajendra Chouhan as head of the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) society Tuesday passed off quite calmly Students did not raise the pitch nor did TV channels hold any debates although a decision taken yesterday may have far-reaching consequences for India’s best film school The Governing Council meeting held at the Films Division premise in Mumbai was low profile by design For the first time in recent times the meeting was held outside the institute campus in Pune away from the students and the trouble they might have created The trick succeeded as only two news reporters reached the venue to cover the meet And none of the students were there to gherao Gajendra Chauhan or shout slogans against the changes they oppose What’s The Big Plan The Governing Council of FTII it’s highest decision making body gave the go-ahead to convert the institute into a Digitial Media University which will conduct about two dozen courses in the fields of films television and allied arts The new courses – some of which will be full time courses while others short term modules — include MBA in Media Management and Research; Broadcast Journalism; Advertising; Music Composition; Internet Media and Video Games; Dubbing and Voicing; Make-Up and Hairstyling; Costume Design; Radio Programme Production and Special Visual Effects and Stunts It’s important to note that this ‘ambitious’ plan was proposed by B P Singh creator of the crime investigation series CID who is also an alumni of FTII and not by contentious President Gajendra Chauhan Singh was appointed by the Ministry to dilute the opposition to Chauhan as well as four other appointees to the society who had clear links to the Rashtriya Svayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Singh was appointed as Vice-President of the Governing Council – a deputy to Chauhan – and President of the Academic Council a post that in the past has invariably been occupied by the President of GC FTII Society rules had to be modified to accommodate this change Since then Singh has assumed complete charge of the functioning of FTII And bypassing Chauhan Singh has held several meetings with the administration staffers faculty and students visiting the institute almost every month since his appointment while Chauhan is yet to visit the institute after his first visit on January 7 when he assumed charge Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news It’s important to mention here that like Chauhan Singh is not popular with the students and ex-students Reasons: his belief that the institute should be run with an iron fist and his idea of future of the institute In his half a dozen visits to the institute Singh has repeatedly made it known that students will have no say whatsoever in the functioning of the institute This is in complete contrast to the way FTII has functioned for last 55 years Students (as also ex-students) played an important role in several academic matters including syllabus and choice of visiting faculty The students’ union has been active in giving voice to contractual teachers technicians and labourers who often have faced harassment at the hands of the administration It’s hardly a surprise that the new syllabus which was passed by Chauhan and Singh on Tuesday has been prepared by a Syllabus Review Committee in which students played the most active part a fact accepted by faculty members and heads of different departments “The appointment of Singh was a clever move by the Ministry They can do whatever they want to do to the institute in his name because being an alumnus provides him a certain legitimacy” said an ex-student who recently moved to Mumbai after finishing the course from the campus The vision plan of the Digital Media University shared by Singh is too sketchy and scant on details for it to be objectively judged However the 32-page power point presentation which sketches out Singh’s vision makes apparent the similarities with a 2010 proposal presented by Hewitt Associates – a Gurgaon based firm – about six years ago The firm employed by the institute to suggest reforms had submitted a draft report in November 2010 making almost identical recommendations These recommendation at the time were opposed by the students ex-students and faculty who argued that it aimed to convert the creative space of FTII into a factory to train technicians to enter the commercial film industry in Mumbai They had also argued that high fee structure for the short duration courses would mean that students from only economically sound backgrounds would be able to afford the institute thereby replacing the existing diversity of the student community with a uniformity which not only harms the development of a filmmaker’s mind but will also show in the kind of cinema they will produce Post this reaction the then GC headed by veteran director Saeed Mirza had shot down the report as being impractical What Are Students Saying While the students have maintained their opposition to the latest proposal it is beyond their powers and influence to stop it Singh who is said to have the full backing from the I&B Ministry is bent on change Tired by the four month-long strike the student community is unlikely to come up with a strong response to the proposal To implement Singh’s plan will require a huge amount of investment — financial administrative and academic –- on part of the Ministry which continues to control the institute as its ‘media unit’ In the present state of affairs the institute is not able to complete the 11 courses it conducts on time The vacancies are so many that several positions of Heads of Departments are either vacant or occupied by contractual employees and even high offices like that of Dean (Films) and Dean (TV) are occupied by part-timers who hold the position on per day basis The administration has said that it will soon form subcommittees that will come up with recommendations and practical solutions to make the Digital Media University a reality For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsThe Aam Aadmi Party has managed to win back supporters in New Delhi and has now taken a lead over the BJP in the Delhi Assembly polls a pre-poll survey conducted by ABP News – Nielsen shows Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal and BJP’s CM candidate Kiran Bedi According to the survey 50 percent of those polled were likely to vote for the Kejriwal-led party up 4 percent from the last survey conducted by the agency in the second week of January In bad news for the BJP the survey which was conducted on 24 and 25 January to ascertain what impact Kiran Bedi’s announcement had on the electorate showed the party’s fortunes decline by 4 percent (now down to 41 percent) in what ABP-Nielsen states is an indication that Bedi is not helping the party bring in new voters The BJP according to the survey has a higher proportion of committed voters – 84 percent – who say ‘they shall definitely vote for BJP now’ that Bedi has been announced as CM candidate Delhi’s CM candidate choice | Create infographics However in terms of its Chief Ministerial choice Delhiites seem to still prefer Arvind Kejriwal over everyone else The AAP leader according to the survey is the most suitable candidate for the position of CM with a 51 percent vote share while Kiran Bedi managed to secure 40 percent The Congress’s Ajay Maken finished third with just 8 percent The survey states that the AAP’s support base is largely made up ofMuslims SC/ST/OBC and lower income groups In terms of income groups a majority of respondents belonging to the lower income group favoured AAP while those with income on the higher side (Rs 25000 per month and above) favoured BJP For the BJP the Modi factor still seemed to hold some ground with several respondents saying that they will vote for the BJP because they wanted to support Prime Minister Narendra Modi The snap poll was conducted in 70 assembly constituencies of Delhi with 2262 respondents You can read the entire findings here? The Congress held a public meeting in front of the AMC office on Tuesday demanding an alternative for the vendors and threatened a prolonged fight. There’s a ear to ear grin on everyone’s face as they smile for the cameras,” Kohli would have hoped for more assistance for his spinners from the pitch at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Solaris Images For South Africa the night match marks the start of their quest to once and for all remove the chokers tag that du Plessis admits has become "a monkey on the back" of their team.

at present, I don’t think they are that kind.