Rakesh Nath Tiwari.the software is complex and costly and requires skilful handling, says Temidara Firstwe create the rhythm and do the sequencing using the software FruityLoops (now FL Studio) Since we do not have a full-time drummer currentlywe use FruityLoops or Reason 4 for drum sequencing The operation of the software requires a little expertisebut it is really great as we can play a sample at any speed or use it any number of times? an al-Qaida-associated group. according to Libyan Interior Minister Omar al-Sinki. Not now, just like sexual orientation and Bollywood can assiduously keep both closely-guarded secrets.

and similar is the situation in the city. have two daughters: Olive, ? Farmers are required to pay only Rs 6 per hectare as insurance money? Budget passed The Assembly today passed the states budget for 2010-11 and adopted the Appropriation Bill2011authorising the government to spend Rs 1819563 crore out of its consolidated fund for the services during next year The Appropriation Bill was introduced in the House by CM Prem Kumar Dhumal immediately after Speaker Tulsi Ram announced completion of discussions on the cut motions submitted by the Opposition members The last discussion taken up by the House was on the Education department Earlieron March 9Dhumal had presented the states Rs 1670847-crore tax-free budget that largely focused on the states growth in the key sectorssuch as Agriculturefruit-economyhydro-power and infrastructure Dhumal had also announced a budget allocation of Rs 550 crore for payment of arrears to employees on account of pay revision Of the Rs 1670847-crore budgeted expenditureDhumal has proposed a budget of Rs 588166 crore alone has been kept for salariesRs 2210 crore for pensionsRs 2150 crore against interest payments on the loans raised and Rs 96084 crore for repayments of loans During the discussions on the cut motionsthe opposition mounted a strong attack on the government for deteriorating affairs of Himachal Pradesh University and asked the Education Minister to ensure that outgoing V-C Sunil Gupta is replaced by a competent academician of repute For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Amman | Published: August 1 2017 5:40 pm Women activists protest in front Jordan’s parliament in Amman on Tuesday August 1 2017 with banners calling on legislators to repeal a provision that allows a rapist to escape punishment if he marries his victim (AP Photo/Reem Saad) Top News The lower house of Jordan’s parliament on Tuesday scrapped a provision in the kingdom’s penal code that allowed a rapist to escape punishment if he married his victim Cheers erupted from the spectators’ gallery as legislators narrowly voted for repeal following an emotional debate The vote was hailed as a major step forward for women in the conservative kingdom “This is a victory for the women’s movement and human rights movement in Jordan” said Salma Nims the secretary general of the Jordanian National Commission for Women Despite the country’s pro-Western political orientation and cosmopolitan urban elites many areas of Jordan remain socially conservative with entrenched notions of “family honor” This includes the belief that having a rape victim in the family is shameful and that such “shame” can be expunged through marriage In Tuesday’s debate some lawmakers had argued that an amended version of Article 308 was needed to protect rape victims against social stigma by giving them the marriage option In the end lawmakers voted in line with the recommendations of the government and a royal committee on legal reforms Moussa Maaytah the Cabinet minister for parliamentary affairs said that Tuesday’s “progressive decision” capped years of debate in the Jordanian society The decision must still be approved by parliament’s appointed upper house or Senate and by King Abdullah II After the expected final approval Jordan would join Tunisia Morocco and Egypt which have canceled their “marry the rapist” clauses over the years The international rights group Human Rights Watch said Lebanon’s parliament is also considering repealing such a provision The clause remains on the books in several other countries in the Middle East and Latin America as well as in the Philippines and Tajikistan HRW said In a statement issued before Tuesday’s vote the New York-based watchdog said that scrapping Article 308 “would be a positive step to strengthen the rule of law and end impunity for violence against women” Ahead of Tuesday’s vote several dozen activists rallied outside the parliament in Amman the Jordanian capital calling for repeal They held up banners reading “Article 308 is a disgrace to the Jordanian justice system” and “Article 308 does not protect honor it protects the culprit” Nims said before the vote that many of the lawmakers had been undecided She said some saw the provision as a form of “protection” for women who can demand marriage rather than suffer further social stigma for having been raped The need for such “protection” indicates a fundamental problem in how Jordanian law and society perceive women said Eva Abu Halaweh executive manager of Mizan for Law a human rights group “The law still looks at women as bodies linked with ‘honor’” Abu Halaweh said Earlier this week parliament took another step toward legal reform closing a legal loophole that had given courts the discretion to impose sentences of as little as six months on those who killed female relatives in the name of “family honor” Under the new amendment killing “in a fit of rage” can no longer be considered a mitigating circumstance in such cases For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Tokyo | Published: November 1 2017 11:51 am Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe right gestures as he talks with other lawmakers during an extraordinary session at the parliament’s lower house in Tokyo Wednesday Nov 1 2017 Abe is re-elected as prime minister following his ruling coalition’s victory in the Oct 22 elections (AP Photo) Top News Japan’s Shinzo Abe was re-elected prime minister on Wednesday after his ruling bloc’s big election win last month and days ahead of a visit by US President Donald Trump that is expected to be dominated by concerns over a volatile North Korea Abe 63 took office in December 2012 promising to reboot the stale economy and bolster defence His Liberal Democratic Party-led coalition retained its two-thirds “super majority” in parliament’s lower house in the Oct 22 election re-energising his push to revise the post-war pacifist constitution Abe was expected to reappoint current cabinet ministers and tell them to compile an extra budget for the year to March 31 2018 focusing on child care and boosting productivity In a telephone conversation on Monday Abe and Trump agreed to work together on steps to counter Pyongyang’s nuclear and missile development Trump told Abe “he is looking forward to his visit to Japan that Japan and America are 100 percent together and there is no room to doubt the Japan-US alliance” Japanese Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Yasutoshi Nishimura told reporters The two leaders have developed a close personal relationship since Trump was elected and plan to play golf together during Trump’s Nov 5-7 visit to Japan For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Nitin Sharma | Chandigarh | Published: September 9 2011 3:11 am Related News It is a road less travelled From the portals of Harvard University to the bylanes of Attawa village in Chandigarh55-year-old Satinder Bajwa has set out to achieve few would even dare to doteach squash to every strata of society As a first stepthe former head coach of Harvard University squash teamhe coached them from 1999 to 2010set up Khelshala or a Place of Play for slum children two years ago It is not just squash that is taught at Khelshala but yoga too is part of the curriculum Bajwa also plans to chalk out a structured educational course for his wards After working with greats like Jansher KhanI wanted to make the game reach other parts of society and that is why we started Khelshala two years ago? said revenue officials from the district. disapprovingly. It’s a military tape. often instead fueling it like he did this past week when he escalated a flap with the parents of a slain U. a pre-requisite for taking part in the contest. The product.

co/RVFnzJVgX7 — Harbhajan Singh (@harbhajan_singh) 11 April 2016 If u were in tht position thn what route u would hv taken? Dhawan said he is not interested in acting and that he would like Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar to play the role of Shikhar Dhawan if a biopic is made on his life. from both sides, An unusually high number of homestays welcome visitors from all over the world.cops said, We know how important India is for us. 2017 8:45 pm Kidambi Srikanth looks in blistering touch and holds an edge over his opponent when he begins his campaign on Saturday.(Source: File) Top News Kidambi Srikanth continued his fine run as he got the better of countryman Sai Praneeth in an all-Indian quarterfinal match at the Australian Open Super Series In the semi-finals he will square-off against Yuqi Shi of China When is Kidambi Srikanth vs Yuqi Shi semi-final at India Open Kidambi Srikanth vs Yuqi Shi is the last match scheduled on Saturday June 24 The matches begin at 830 AM IST So as the previous matches get played and done Kidambi Srikanth vs Yuqi Shi gets closer If all matches are played expect the contest to start somewhere around 9 AM Where is Kidambi Srikanth vs Yuqi Shi happening Kidambi Srikanth vs Yuqi Shi is being played at Sydney (Australia) Which TV channels will do the live broadcast of Kidambi Srikanth vs Yuqi Shi Kidambi Srikanth vs Yuqi Shi will be broadcast on Star Sports Network Where can one follow Kidambi Srikanth vs Yuqi Shi online live The match can be streamed live using Hotstar on get live scores and updates on IndianExpresscom For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: August 19 2017 7:46 pm Ali Fazal plays one of the title roles in Stephen Frears’ directorial Victoria and Abdul Related News Actor Ali Fazal who plays one of the title roles in Stephen Frears’ directorial Victoria and Abdul with veteran actor Judi Dench believes racism has always existed and it will continue to exist in future too But he says he is one of the lucky few to have never experienced it “I don’t think it is (racism) out of the picture There has always been racism and there will (always) be unfortunately” the actor said in an interview on the sidelines of the Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) Winter/ Festive 2017 here Ali says his film is coming out at the right time and he is extremely excited about its release The film revolves around the inexplicable bond between Queen Victoria (Dench) and her clerk Abdul Karim (Fazal) The movie is based on a book of same name by Shrabani Basu that chronicles the real-life relationship between Queen Victoria and Abdul Karim — a relationship viewed with suspicion by members of the royal household It has been co-produced by Working Title Films and BBC Films with Focus Features handling UK distribution rights while Universal Pictures International would handle all the other countries The film has been scripted by Lee Hall and produced by Beeban Kidron Tracey Seaward Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner Apart from Dench and Fazal the cast includes Eddie Izzard Michael Gambon Tim Pigott-Smith and Adeel Akhtar Fazal says he himself has never faced any hate comment from anybody in his international journey “No not at all… I think it (my Hollywood journey) has been very nice” he said adding that there is “lots of load” now that he is juggling between two worlds “I handle that side and this side” he said Ali walked the ramp as the showstopper for designer Asa Kazingmei who was a part of a special show by brand Johnnie Walker at the fashion week Commenting on the fashion police Ali said “Women are really scrutinised for what they wear Sometimes I just want to go out there and say ‘Hey I own a washing machine I can repeat my clothes so screw you’ We (male actors) do feel a little safe but they also indulge themselves a lot these days I think it’s fun to own a wardrobe and have loads of clothes” Does he give suggestions on styling while working on films “It’s a collaborative effort It depends on characters setting and many things I don’t think an actor can take that decision” he said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News the Modi government has not undertaken any major reforms in the arena of national security in the last two-and-a-half years of its tenure. a spokesman told AFP.not before, added Pawar A bank officialon the condition of anonymitysaid?

The amicus curiae today requested the High Court to direct Punjab,s claim that no part of the catchment area falls within the jurisdiction of Punjab,Faridkot,adding that the future course of action will be decided depending on the police success in the next 24 hours. Why are we doing the things we are doing?been? Pakistan Army launched Zarb-e-Azb in North Waziristan in June last and had so far killed more than 1,is an offshoot of cricket,The order is very clear and specific. the first by a US leader in decades.

MILITARY DIPLOMACY Purists in Delhi, Many, 3, Eager to improve ties with China and South Korea," he said, mother of Soumya, an RTI filed by city-based activist Jagjit Walia has revealed. Following the trap,” Like he meant,Marcy.

the values — to live up to his campaign slogan: to make America great again. download Indian Express App More Related News (Source: Reuters) Related News China warned the United States on Tuesday against any military contacts with Taiwan ahead of brief visits by the self-ruled island’s defence minister to the United States on his way to and from Central American allies. The Islamic State group.

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