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Its fine for people to watch violence but any act of love is immediately censored They wanted 21 minutes of the film edited out That fight cost us so much that by the time we got a U/A after 7 5 minutes edited outit was too late for satellite because the film had became old Doordarshan airs only those films with U certification So the countrys best films can never be seen on DD although other satellite channels screen U/A films We have suggested a 9 pm slot for U/A films and 11 pm for A filmsbut that is the next step If a child is watching a film at 11 pmit is a parenting issue Have you zeroed in on any spaces for the theatres ONIR: As theatres fall under state controlwe have to approach each state government individually Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh has promised some places in AgraBanarasLucknow and Allahabad We have also started small film clubs through social networking The idea is to get 200 people who will pay Rs 100 a month to watch four films every weekendwhich will make the club self-sustained The ministry has promised to provide the projector-DVD player setup We have initiated it in SrinagarShillongPort Blair and Shimla We are also trying to have workshops at these places because they have amazing stories that we dont have access to Through a tie-upAlliance Francaise and Max Mueller will provide French and German films respectively An independent group of film-makers has agreed to share their films Given that the rich culture of film societies is almost dead todaydo you think the model will work ONIR:The culture has been revived We have travelled a lot to smaller cities and the response is always overwhelming We had a full house for three days at free screenings of My Brother Nikhil in a run-down but huge theatre in Shillong They are curious because films dont release there Film-makers should go there and engage with the audience For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: September 4 2017 1:45 pm Virat Kohli was playing his 194th ODI when he scored his 30th ton while Sachin Tendulkar was playing his 274th while getting to that figure Related News Virat Kohli scored his 30th ODI century on Sunday as India trounced Sri Lanka and won the series 5-0 With that ton he got one step closer to a long standing record held by Sachin Tendulkar His 30th ton took him level with Ricky Ponting for the second most number of centuries scored in ODI cricket a chart that Tendulkar leads with 49 It is to be noted that Kohli has thus far played a total of 194 ODIs and maintained an average of 5575 Sachin Tendulkar’s 30th century came in 2001 against South Africa in Johannesburg after 267 innings This means it took the Master Blaster 81 more innings to reach the same milestone that Kohli reached 16 years later Kohli took 186 innings to get to the figure Tendulkar was also 28 at the time of getting to the milestone the same as that of Kohli It is also interesting to note that while India almost walked to victory during Sunday’s match against Sri Lanka Tendulkar’s century was scored in a losing cause and it was overshadowed by Gary Kirsten’s masterful 133 This century is also Kohli’s 19th ODI century overseas which takes him level with Sourav Ganguly for the second highest number of centuries scored by Indians away from home With 29 Tendulkar leads the charts on this front too One may say that Kohli has never had to face the likes of Shane Warne Shoaib Akhtar Wasim Akram Glenn McGrath etc while it is against these bowlers that Tendulkar scored all those centuries The Indian captain has always been touted as the heir to Tendulkar as India’s premium match winner As far as stats are concerned he seems to be getting to Tendulkar’s records at quite a pace For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Updated: May 23 2014 11:56 pm Related News The Congress party’s default position in the face of any crisis is to firewall criticism by rallying round its first family and iterating as if by rote its loyalty to the Gandhis The immediate organisational response to the electoral rout has played to the script as the party president and vice president’s offers to resign became the occasion for a statement about their indispensability That offer of resignation was always going to be rejected not just for sycophancy’s sake but also because as things are in the Congress they will necessarily have to be the galvanising agents in the party organisation What is astounding however are the voices emerging around the family to silence criticism about the state of party affairs This is a familiar sight to Congress watchers — it is the too-clever-by-half strategy of hangers-ons to evade accountability by projecting critiques aimed at them as challenges to the Gandhis So long as they succeed the Congress cannot recover its equilibrium to plan for a better day As reported in this newspaper Rahul Gandhi’s inner circle has chosen to rubbish even the rather gentle suggestion that it cannot be business as usual in the upper echelons of the party that too from leaders who can hardly be termed rebellious — Priya Dutt Milind Deora and Satyavrat Chaturvedi Deora had said advisors in New Delhi did not have their “ears to the ground” while Dutt dwelt on their “disconnect” with the people Taking on board these concerns is vital to what must be the first task before the Congress: to mobilise itself sufficiently to count as a voice of opposition in Parliament Down to just 44 MPs in the Lok Sabha the Congress would be failing its historical and democratic obligations if its top leaders do not open up more on how to play a watchful and constructive opposition Such a reconstruction agenda anchored to keeping itself relevant in Parliament would ultimately assist in the party’s desire to revive its state units Without proper accountability which must necessarily be from the top the current exercise in reconstituting district-level committees will remain inadequate As long as habitual Rajya Sabhaists and anonymous backroom advisors hold sway — most damagingly in trying to keep themselves relevant by excluding those in the electoral fray — the conditions that brought the Congress to this low will continue The consequences will be the Congress’s to bear but they will also impact the treasury-opposition balance so important for a parliamentary democracy For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Washington | Published: July 1 2016 11:54 am Nasa’s Juno mission has reached Jupiter’s planet magnetic field (Source: AP) Top News NASA’s Jupiter-bound Juno spacecraft has entered the planet’s magnetosphere where the movement of particles in space is controlled by what is going on inside Jupiter Juno is on course to swing into orbit around Jupiter on July 4 “We’ve just crossed the boundary into Jupiter’s home turf We’re closing in fast on the planet itself and already gaining valuable data” said Scott Bolton Juno principal investigator from Southwest Research Institute San Antonio in a statement on Thursday Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news Science instruments on board detected changes in the particles and fields around the spacecraft as it passed from an environment dominated by the interplanetary solar wind into Jupiter’s magnetosphere The obstacle is Jupiter’s magnetosphere which is the largest structure in the solar system “If Jupiter’s magnetosphere glowed in visible light it would be twice the size of the full moon as seen from Earth” Kurth said Out in the solar wind a few days ago Juno was speeding through an environment that has about 16 particles per cubic inch (one per cubic centimetre) Once it crossed into the magnetosphere the density was about a hundredfold less The density is expected to climb again inside the magnetosphere as the spacecraft gets closer to Jupiter itself The motions of these particles travelling under the control of Jupiter’s magnetic field will be one type of evidence Juno examines for clues about Jupiter’s deep interior The Juno spacecraft was launched from Cape Canaveral Florida on August 5 2011 For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNarendra Modi’s frontal attack on Congress’s First Family blaming it for failing to reconcile with the defeat in 2014 Parliamentary elections not letting the Parliament function and stalling pro-poor pro-reform bills is indicative of BJP’s confrontationist stance ahead of the Budget session of Parliament Modi’s barbs against Sonia Gandhi and her son Rahul emanates from the BJP leadership’s belief or maybe even frustration that the Congress would yet again resort to disruptionist politics in both Houses of Parliament and there isn’t much the government’s floor managers can do to make them see reason Narendra Modi is aware that government is staring at yet another washout during Budget session Reuters Congress has gathered enough ammunition — Gujarat Chief Minister Aanandiben Patel’s daughter Anara linked in an alleged “subsidized” land allotment Maharastra Governor’s sanction to prosecute Ashok Chavan Rohit Vemula suicide – to target Modi and stall the proceedings That’s the pattern the Congress has been following for the past three sessions Anara Patel’s business dealings could come handy for the Congress as it seeks to resume agitation inside Parliament similar to what was seen during last year’s Monsoon session when it demanded the sackings of Shivraj Singh Chauhan Vasundhara Raje and Sushma Swaraj This year’s Budget on February 29 the third one to be delivered by the Modi government is vitally important both for the path the country may take and for BJP’s fortunes Passage of budget however is not an issue because the ruling party at Centre has absolute majority in Lok Sabha Rajya Sabha where the BJP is in minority and Congress is in majority has no role in passage of budgetary provisions Modi has so far made a distinction between his speeches made inside and outside the Houses Inside the Parliament Modi has delivered statesmanlike speeches reaching out to the opposition whereas in public rallies his speeches resemble that of BJP’s lead campaigner The Prime Minister is aware that when the Parliament would meet for two-part Budget session pre and post recess election process in the five states of Assam West Bengal Tamil Nadu Kerala and Puducherry would be under way The Parliament in all likelihood would become an arena for shadow boxing It is the second time in past two months that Modi has vented his ire against Congress high command over the manner in which the latter chose to stall Parliament On Friday during a rally in Assam he said: “This one family is bent on not letting Rajya Sabha function This one family is bent on not letting any work take place in the country ‘The people defeated us so we will take revenge We will take revenge on labourers’ that is its attitude” he said The Prime Minister went on to list a number of bills which the “family” did not allow to be discussed and passed in Upper House In December at a conclave organized by Jagran Forum of Dainik Jagran Modi hit out at Congress leadership blaming the Gandhi family (without taking names) for disrupting legislative work "Democracy cannot function at the whims and fancies of anyone… Democracy cannot be restricted to elections and governments alone" He described the two main dangers in democracy as "mantantra" (whims and fancies) and "dhantantra" (money power)" “You must have seen that these days this (disruptions) have become a norm Does a country run like this The Parliament is not being allowed to function and the rights of the poor are getting stalled “What is being discussed The GST and Parliament Whatever has to happen with GST will be done in consultation with everybody but what about the poor what about the common man “That’s why we are asking them to make Parliament run for the sake of the poor “If we negate this institution it will put a question mark on democracy” Modi had said It would be a mistake to interpret Modi’s attack on Congress’s First Family solely as an attempt to unseat the three-term old Tarun Gogoi government in Assam Ahead of the Winter session the Prime Minister had invited Sonia Rahul and Manmohan Singh for tea at his residence to discuss the passage of GST and other bills Despite the extra effort on Modi’s part the Congress went back on warpath after making some conciliatory noises The fate of GST still hangs in balance Modi’s statement and Rahul counter is ample proof that this time even a perfunctory mood of conciliation will be absent