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download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tashi Lundup | Chandigrah | Published: September 28, and is not afraid to stir up some controversy such as when he said that no England players would get into the Wales side,70s through the dialogues of Sholay.10, “Say ? to our gorgeous cover girl #DishaPatani in this month’s Cosmo Grab your copy while it’s ” Check out the cover of Cosmopolitan Indian featuring Disha Patani here And here is another picture from Disha Patani’s photoshoot… Just a while ago we told you how Disha had a summery make-over and her new bangs complimented with her vibrant personality While Disha herself shared some images on Instagram her fans posted a lot more Also read |Disha Patani gets summer ready but it is her smile which is adding to her sizzling make-over See pics Recently Disha left her followers asking for her by showing her sizzling dance moves as she shared some videos shaking a leg on Ed Sheeran’s “Shape Of You” and a song by Beyonce We must say here is one actor who has everything going in the right direction for her For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Radhika Ramaswamy | Mumbai | Published: April 30 2017 2:13 am There are bean bags sofas mattresses and chairs of different shapes for the viewers to relax and enjoy the experience (Express) Top News It is a picture-perfect setting Stars have lit up the night sky over Juhu beach A gentle breeze fills the air as hundreds descend to watch their favourite classics on the big screen in what can be called as the most distinctive cinema watching experience Breaking from the confines of a movie theatre a few passionate cinema-goers have brought back the traditional drive-in cinema experience to the city The open air movie nights introduced a month ago at different venues in Juhu have become hugely popular among Mumbaiikars SteppinOut Movie nights is an initiative of the Bangalore based company SteppinOut that curates outdoor experiences It brought in the open air movie experience to the city last month at the open lawns of Novotel Mumbai Juhu Beach when it screened Quentin Tarantino’s classic Pulp Fiction Sushen Kakkar marketing head of SteppinOut said “We have been doing open air cinema nights in Bangalore and Hyderabad There is a huge demand for it in Mumbai as well but space was a constraint We found the perfect venue soon enough The minute we launched it in Mumbai the tickets were sold out in no time The response has been massive What is more beautiful than watching your favourite film under the night sky with a drink in hand We plan to do this every month in Mumbai” Kakkar added “The concept was to bring back the old drive-in experience and enjoy the ambiance of the beach front and open space while watching a movie” He further said “We conduct Facebook polls asking what movie people prefer watching and we screen movies basedon the poll results” At the venue there are bean bags sofas mattresses and chairs of different shapes and kinds for the viewers to relax and enjoy the experience On Sunday SteppingOut is having RomCom movie night and is screening The Proposal at the beachside venue of Novotel The screening that starts post 6pm is priced between Rs 250 and Rs 500 Movies and Chill is another open air movie festival by Sunset Cinema Club which recently screened back-to-back open air movie nights at the open lawns of Razzberry Rhinoceros in Juhu Sanchit Gupta the cofounder of Sunset said “We had screened Pretty Woman Usual Suspects and Kill Bill over the last weekend and we had 1400 viewers in 3 days We have been screening in Delhi and We plan to do this every month in Mumbai and plan to take it to other cities as well” He added that the screening starts after a short gig and viewers can enjoy the movie sipping on their favourite cocktail and having food Themed decor and photo booths are also added features of the night The open air movie nights are popular among people in the age group of 20 and 40 “People watch old classics on their laptops or Netflix Viewing your favourite classic under the stars in a huge screen is something unique Our idea is to take the movie experience outdoors and give cinema lovers a novel experience to cherish” added Gupta Have a comment or suggestion for Mumbai By Night Write to [email protected] with subject line: Mumbai By Night For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Tariq Thachil | Updated: January 9 2014 9:56 pm Related News Why a new player like Kejriwal canbut a PM aspirant like Modi shouldnt In this past yearwe have witnessed the mercurial rise of two figures aiming to capture power in New DelhiNarendra Modi and Arvind Kejriwal For Modi2013 was the year he transitioned from being one of many electorally successful BJP chief ministers to the pre-eminent face of the party It is easy to forget that this transition was not a foregone conclusion In the 2004 Lok Sabha electionthe BJPs unexpected defeatespecially the limiting of its coalitional optionshad been seen as partly due to the political fallout of the 2002 violence against Muslims in Gujarat InternallyModis growing cult of personality also worried the RSSwhich did not want any individual politicians clout superseding that of the sanghathan The year 2013 actually began with reports of tensions between Modi and key figures both within the BJP (notably LK Advani)and the larger NDA (notably Nitish Kumar) The year was not the culmination of a smoothinevitable ascent to power It was the year in which Modi leveraged his dominance in Gujaratand his popularity among rank-and-file party workersto overcome the considerable opposition to his becoming a prime ministerial candidate Kejriwals rise in 2013 is of less national significancebut was even more unexpected His decision to enter the dirty river of electoral politics was largely ridiculed One year laterKejriwals Aam Aadmi Party placed second in the Delhi assembly electionsa result capped by his own victory over a three-time chief minister This victory was especially impressive given the high barriers to entry for new parties in Indiaparticularly those that are not started by disgruntled leaders of existing parties Our first-past-the-post electoral system gives no prizes for second place A new party has to beat established opponents outright for every single seat it is accorded By contrastin proportional representation systemslike in Spain and South Africaseats are allocated according to the percentage of votes a party winsaffording even small parties some representation The rising costs of contesting Indian elections make them even more inhospitable for new parties competing against established rivals with developed fundraising infrastructureresources and favours accrued from past stints in office Modis ascent and Kejriwals arrival are thus markedly different phenomena that overcame distinct obstacles Yettheir concurrence does highlight interesting new possibilities within our electoral landscape Most notablythey have signalled the potential of distinctly urban brands of Indian politics Champions of Modis ability to lead the BJP nationally often cite his appeal among Indias growing urban middle classes IndeedModis victory in 2012 disproportionately depended on his popularity among urban Gujaratis According to Loknitis post-poll survey from the 2012 Gujarat electionsthe BJP actually trailed the Congress among rural voters (46 per cent to 43 per cent) Modis victory was largely due to his partys overwhelming advantage among urban voterswhere it bested the Congress by a massive margin (58 per cent to 28 per cent) Among urban Gujaratisthe BJP did especially well among voters from wealthier and more educated households This breakdown is not very surprisingas the BJP has always done well among relatively privileged urban voters The real story from Gujarat is how the poll results might shift due to the changing electoral geography Urban middle class constituencies have never been numerous enough to form the base of a winning coalition The BJPs Gujarat victory is startling in that it suggests a party was able to comfortably win a major Indian state election without winning the rural vote As Indias electorate urbanises and grows wealthier on averagecould we see urban voters deliver electoral victories in other states Could the BJPs core base expand into a bulwark for a national mandate Perhapsbut only in the long term For 2014the answer is a definite no India is certainly urbanisingbut at a comparatively gradual rate In 195117 per cent of Indias population lived in citiesand by 2011 it was 31 per cent Over the same time spanChinas urbanisation rate increased from 13 per cent to over 50 per cent Within IndiaGujarat has a demography that is especially well tailored to Modis urban appeal According to the 2011 censusroughly 40 per cent of Gujarats population lives in urban areas fourth among major Indian states Yettwo of the other four most urbanised states are Kerala and Tamil Naduwhere the BJP is unlikely to record major seat totals in 2014 By contrastthe north Indian states where the party must make inroads are all far less urbanised In Bihar a state where Modi is particularly keen to improve his partys showing after his elevation cost it a key ally the urbanisation rate is only 11 per cent Uttar Pradeshs urban population comprises only 22 per centalso well below the national average In 2014Modi and the BJP cannot rely on urban voters to the extent they have in Gujarat While Modis rise has focused attention on the electoral potential of the urban middle classesthe AAPs spectacular performance in Delhi has highlighted the potential of urban constituencies as venues for new parties to debut innovative electoral tactics Firstthe AAP illustrated how political outsiders can harness anti-incumbent sentiment in a way that is personalised for specific constituencies For disillusioned middle class voters in New Delhi and Greater Kailashthe AAP promised to reduce the political corruption stifling private-sector growth Among poorer communities in Shakurbasti and Trilokpurithe AAP vowed to fight bureaucratic corruption restricting public service delivery This malleability of corruption enabled the AAP to simultaneously appeal to voters from various class backgrounds Secondto develop this decentralised message and make key decisionsthe party relied heavily on voter surveys Thirdto deliver this messageit made extensive use of social media technology among its middle class supporterswhile relying on a large volunteer cadre to bring its message to poorer voters via face-to-face campaigns The AAP model is particularly effective in urban areas for numerous reasons Cities have a relative abundance of citizens who are financially comfortable enough to serve as volunteers The geographically concentrated nature of urban constituencies also allows these middle class volunteers to canvass in poor neighbourhoods without being displaced from their own homes The AAPs dependence on survey research is also far less costly within an urban environment Generating plausible random samples in a city-statein which the average distance between voters is extremely lowis far less expensive than it would be for a large rural state like Bihar FurtherIndias electoral rules reward urban parties with spatially concentrated pools of support Such concentration makes votes for these parties more likely to translate into seats Imagine if the AAP won the support of 6 per cent of Indian voters (the percentage won by the BSP in 2009)but those roughly 26 million voters were spread exactly equally across 543 parliamentary constituencies In such a scenariothe party would likely end up with no seatsas 6 per cent falls short of a winning share in any one constituency But if the same 26 million votes are highly geographically concentrated within 60 urban constituenciesthey are far more likely to yield a fairer share of seats Thusfor a new party like the AAP looking to establish a foothold in Indias political systemcities offer tantalising possibilities Howeverfor a major party like the BJP looking to dominate a national electionan urban focus remains inadequate It would be massively premature to argue that the locus of Indian politics has shifted away from its villages Yet 2013 was certainly a year in which the urban voter began to demand our political attention The writer is assistant professor of political science and South Asian studies at Yale University [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Los Angeles | Published: January 10 2017 2:57 pm Jamie Foxx kicked out of restaurant Related News Actor Jamie Foxx was assaulted while having dinner at a restaurant here when a patron approached his table and complained to him and his friends about being too loud They were later thrown out of the restaurant The incident took place at Catch Restaurant here on January 7 reports tmzcom The person reportedly yelled: “You don’t want to mess with me I’m from New York” A comedian who came with Foxx fired back and said: “F**k you I’m from Oakland” Jamie Foxx took to Instagram with a video statement of his own He wrote “Gotta set the record straight Can’t we all just get along East coast west coast Remember when they push and shove it’s only love #icecubevoice #backonmyfunnyshit #sleepless this Friday the 13th” Watch the video here: That further angered the complaining person before he came charging at Foxx Some witnesses said that Foxx fought back put the random person in a choke hold and took him down tmzcom reported Both parties were eventually thrown out of the restaurant for the ruckus More from the world of Entertainment: There were several celebrities including Jerry Bruckheimer Cuba Gooding Jr Michael Bay and Nicole Murphy who witnessed the commotion Jamie Foxx has done several popular Hollywood movies He won an Academy Award for Best Actor BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role and Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy for the 2004 biographical film Ray His other prominent movies include Jarhead Django Unchained and Miami Vice For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by ANI | Washington | Published: November 25 2011 3:04 pm Related News Scientists have come up with an artificial trachea made with patients own cells to help perform successful transplant surgeries on patients suffering from tracheal tumours Tracheal tumours can be surgically removedbut most are too large for the surgery to be successful by the time they are discovered Thereforenew therapeutic options are needed that include a trachea substitute with similar anatomicalphysiological and biomechanical properties of the patients original trachea were available A team led by Paolo MacchiariniMDPhDof Karolinska University Hospital and Karolinska Institute in StockholmSwedensuccessfully performed this type of procedure on a 36-year-old male patient with tracheal cancer on June 2011 In Novemberthe Macchiarini team repeated its success when it performed an identical operation on a 30-year-old Baltimore engineer with a cancerous tumour on his trachea In addition to Dr Macchiarinithe international team involved Professor Alexander Seifalianwho designed and built the nanocomposite tracheal scaffoldand Harvard Bioscience of HollistonMassachusettswhich produced a specifically designedshoebox-sized bioreactor used to seed the scaffold with the patients own stem cells The cells were grown on the scaffold inside the bioreactor for approximately two days and the scaffold was rotated while its surface was soaked with stem cells obtained from a bone marrow biopsy from the patients hip The patients stem cells settled into the pores within the scaffold and began to grow into each otherslowly transforming from individual cells into genuine tissue A few days after the implantation of the new tracheathe mans own blood vessels actually started to grow into ittransforming the new organ into a part of his own body Because the cells used to regenerate the trachea were the patients ownthere was no rejection of the transplant and the patient is not taking immunosuppressive drugs The successful transplantation of tissue-engineered synthetic organsreferred to as regenerative medicinecould open new and very promising therapeutic possibilities for the thousands of patients who suffer from tracheal cancer or other conditions that destroyblock or constrict the airway The study has been recently published in the British medical journal The Lancet For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Amritsar | Published: September 18 2012 6:08 am Related News Former cabinet minister Gulzar Singh Ranikewho on Sunday resigned on moral grounds in the backdrop of embezzlement of grants in his Attari constituencyon Monday reached Amritsar to a show of strength by party workers and supporters Speaking to mediaperosnsRanike said he had resigned on moral grounds till the pendency of the probe keeping in view the oath taken while assuming the charge as minister. we can assure seeing her latest picture on the cover of Cosmopolitan India.

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