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It has also made some changes in the platform numbers for halting of major trains like Lucknow Mail, Ranbir was clicked at one of the Bollywood dos. Image courtesy: [email protected] Purohit. who led the opposition charge in Parliament on August 6 amid the demand by MPs for a discussion over facts brought out by The Indian Express investigation, Qasim went to Pakistan but remained in touch with Masood, hopes to prove him wrong.0 sq km (3. Top News The Jammu and Kashmir Assembly witnessed a major uproar on Thursday? 2017 6:39 pm Ileana D’Cruz says that she used to sign films without even thinking properly. Related News Ileana D’Cruz has been a part of several successful movies in Bollywood and down South but the actor says there was a time when she would sign a film without even thinking properly The 30-year-old actor has worked in more than 15 films in her six year-long career in the South before making a debut in the Hindi film industry with ‘Barfi’ in 2012 “I keep joking I was the Akshay Kumar of South I used to do four films a year He does good films but some films of mine were good some weren’t I was just signing films there wasn’t this thing of ‘wanting to do good work’” Ileana told PTI The ‘Mubarakan’ actor says she eventually decided to get her feet “back on ground” and focus on taking her career forward “I told myself this is never really going to last for a long time about time I start doing good work Then I put my head into it completely… I had no idea about the South film industry and how it worked When I was offered a film there I thought how would I do it I don’t even speak the language” She added “When I started doing it I was like anyway people won’t watch my film even if I do bad in it It was a very stupid carefree and careless attitude that I had” Ileana says she was approached for Bollywood films longbefore ‘Barfi’ hit theatres but she wasn’t prepared at the time “I did get Bollywood offers even before my first South film and I am thankful that I didn’t make a mess of it If I had done a Bollywood film which has far more exposure than the South ones even though they get released worldwide I would have made a fool of myself” The actor says she was in two minds about ‘Barfi’ as well which was both a critical and commercial success “I was actually going to back out of ‘Barfi’ as well because I wasn’t sure I took three months to sign it There was something about the story I don’t know if I will ever get to do a story like this I decided on a whim to do it” Ileana was also offered Salman Khan’s ‘Wanted’ — a film whose Telugu original ‘Pokiri’ featured her in the female lead — but the actor chose to appear for her exams over the movie “I was offered a film of my own which was ‘Wanted’ with Salman Khan I was actually going to do it I was happy that my first film would be with Salman “I remember I had exams on back then So when Boney (Kapoor) sir asked me to do the photo shoot I was like ‘I am sorry I have exams on I can’t I didn’t think I handled it well back then because I didn’t understand the gravity of the offer For me it was all about finishing my exams” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk Written by Ashutosh Bhardwaj | Chaulnar (dantewada) | Updated: April 14 2015 6:13 pm Four policemen were killed in the Maoist attack so far and several other are in critical condition (Source: Express Photo) Related News Maoists have stepped up their offensive on security forces in Chhattisgarh killing six policemen in two separate attacks in Bastar two days after they gunned down seven Special Task Force men in Sukma @IndianExpress Policemen carry deceased cop at Chaulnar Dantewada pictwittercom/q6fRBxV8tv — Ashutosh Bhardwaj (@ashubh) April 13 2015 After shooting dead one BSF man in Kanker late on Sunday night police said the Maoists blew up an anti-landmine vehicle on the Palnar-Kirandul road around 230 pm Monday using a powerful IED packed with “at least 80 kg of explosives” leaving a crater at least 12 feet deep The blast which killed five men of the Chhattisgarh Armed Force (CAF) occurred near an under-construction police camp atChaulnar in Dantewada “Such heavy explosives have not been used in Chhattisgarh in recent years” Dantewada SP Kam Lochan Kashyap told The Indian Express Share This Article Related Article Twelve people were inside the vehicle at the time of the attack after which the Maoists who had taken up positions nearby opened fire and launched grenades A rescue team led by Kashyap rushed to the spot and took the injured to a hospital nearby run by the National Mining Development Corporation where four of those injured died The fifth security man died at a hospital in Jagdalpur With the attacks occurring within 24 hours of Chief Minister Raman Singh meeting senior officers in Jagdalpur to discuss the Sukma killings the BJP government has come under fire from the opposition State Congress president Bhupesh Baghel demanded Singh’s resignation saying that the “government has not been able to provide security to citizens It has no right to govern” Police sources said that most of the Maoists attacks — staged under their Tactical Tactical Counter Offensive Campaign — usually occurred between February-June under favourable climatic conditions The site of the latest attack is near where the Maoists had killed six CISF personnel in May 2012 The thickly forested Palnar-Kirandul road — the area is often frequented by senior Maoist Ganesh Uike —- had no police presence earlier It is for the first time that state police are constructing a post at Chaulnar where a company of the CAF have currently been deployed Four personnel of the Chhattisgarh Armed Force have been killed and several injured in a Maoist attack in Dantewada on Monday afternoon For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shubhajit Roy | New Delhi | Published: August 17 2016 2:41 am PM Narendra Modi waves from Red Fort during his speech Monday his third on Independence Day from the same venue Source: Renuka Puri Top News A day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi threw down the Balochistan gauntlet at Pakistan a majority of seven former Foreign Secretaries The Indian Express spoke with struck a note of caution as they mulled over the “imponderables” and what is going to follow next from the government The Indian Express reached out to former Foreign Secretaries Shivshankar Menon Shyam Saran Salman Haidar K Raghunath Shashank Lalit Mansingh and Kanwal Sibal for their thoughts on the PM’s latest diplomatic gambit All foreign secretary in the last 25 years when India’s global profile changed dramatically – they have between them more than 200 years of diplomatic experience and some are considered the finest minds in the world of diplomacy While Menon said it all depends on the government’s actions following the Prime Minister’s statement Saran wondered whether the imponderables have been thought through and whether it is a strategic move or just a tactical response Haidar said it is not in India’s interest to stir up the situation in Pakistan and Raghunath said India and Pakistan instead of scoring points against each other have common interests Shashank considered this to be an “international commitment” on human rights issues and asked South Block to explain to the international community – like Indira Gandhi did during the Bangladesh war Welcoming the move Mansingh said India has come down from the “high moral ground” and Modi has made a “street-level response” while Sibal said the Prime Minister has changed the rules of the game He added that normalising ties will be difficult however Shivshankar Menon who was Foreign secretary between 2006 and 2009 said “These are all statements…depends on what he does (next)” Asked whether it changes the strategic calculus he said “Do you think statements change anything…I don’t want to comment on this” Menon was the National Security Adviser when Balochistan was included in the Indo-Pak joint statement at Sharm el-Sheikh in July 2009 Shyam Saran foreign secretary from 2004 to 2006 said “It is a reaction to the recent situation in Kashmir… Pakistan has raised the temperature…they thought the situation in Kashmir gives them an advantage” On Modi’s statement about human rights abuse by Pakistan in PoK and Balochistan Saran said it aims at changing the strategic calculus He added “(But) how far do we go…I am not sure if this has been thought through” Stating that there are imponderables at play he said “Is this a strategic move or is this a tactical response…that remains to be seen” Also Saran added what remains to be seen is the reaction of the United States Stressing that this is a very different kind of tack he said “If you raise expectations (on Balochistan) and not deliver it will not be good” Saran recalled that during his stint as foreign secretary in 2005-06 India had given two statements on Gilgit Baltistan when the Pakistan army was conducting military operations against Baloch rebels and had killed the tallest Baloch leader Akbar Bugti “The idea then was to build some pressure points” he said “We were reaching out to some expats from Gilgit Baltistan – it was supposed to be discreet and incremental but was not followed up” Asked why it was not followed up Saran said “Probably because of the peace process with (then Pakistan President Pervez) Musharraf” “If highlighting human rights issues is just a one-off thing then it has no effect” said Saran who was also the Prime Minister’s special envoy nuclear deal and climate change Salman Haidar foreign secretary from 1995 to 1997 said “It is not in India’s interests to stir up the situation in Pakistan it does not help to have an unstable neighbour” However he also added this is a response to Pakistan’s provocation According to K Raghunath who held the position between 1997 and 1999 “With Pakistan whatever problems are there…we have common interests…we are not here to score points against each other” But he too agreed that there were a series of provocations by Pakistan this time Shashank the foreign secretary in 2003-04 said “This is now an international commitment… (With) this move the government cannot hold back any further now… This is akin to the Responsibility to Protect…like the US or other countries do” He had a word of advice for the incumbent foreign secretary S Jaishankar and his team in South Block: “We should explain our viewpoint to the world…like Indira Gandhi did during the war to liberate Bangladesh…she went to all the P-5 countries” Asked why this issue was not raised by earlier governments Shashank’s reply was cryptic “Earlier there was possibly weakness” Lalit Mansingh the foreign secretary from 1999 to 2001 welcomed Modi’s approach and said the Prime Minister has realised the situation after a two-and-half-year learning curve and is now adopting a “more muscular” approach “We have come down from our high moral ground and basically telling Pakistan that if this is the game you want to play we can also play the game” Mansingh said “I am sure it horrifies many old-fashioned (experts) who had the nostalgia of earlier years” Underlining that only Modi could have done this the former foreign secretary said it is the Prime Minister’s “street-level response” to tell Pakistan that “people who live in glass houses don’t throw stones at others” Stressing that New Delhi is now making a new red line he said that there were downsides to this approach as well “First by losing high moral ground we will be equated with Pakistan and international sympathy will go down” Second “hostility from China will increase and they will make our life miserable” as Beijing has huge economic stake in the $46-billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Kanwal Sibal the foreign secretary from 2002 to 2003 said “By raising the Balochistan issue he has changed the rules of the game From the PM’s point of view this a warning signal to Pakistan” He added that normalising ties with Pakistan will be difficult now For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News Moreover.

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