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For me,the most important thing was my happiness I used to ask myself that at every point during every task that why was I doing it I used to tell myself to get involved in a task only if it gave me happiness There was no other motivation for me After the pee incident when Salman tried to calm you down you came across indifferent and arrogant While it was understood you were upset over what happened but many viewers felt you disrespected the actor I didn’t understand why did he (Salman) question me over removing mics for long You can’t predict your reactions I did what I felt like doing I didn’t want to talk to anybody I just wanted to speak to Bigg Boss so that he gave me perspective It was such a horrible thing that happened with me Salman sir in his own way was trying to downplay it by saying that it wasn’t a big deal And I felt how come it is not a big deal Because for me that was the worst thing that had happened to me on the show That’s why I came across looking miffed If so many people are saying it must have looked wrong But then Salman sir is in a place where he can tell me if I am wrong Your friendship with Gauahar Khan is well known Gauahar is a former Bigg Boss winner and was loved for handling tough situations with ease Didn’t she give you tips to handle the pressure on the show I haven’t watched Gauahar’s season I used to hear from people inside the house that she was their favourite Gauahar never gave me any advice The only thing she told me was ‘Go for this meeting This (Bigg Boss) should be good for you’ So I went for the meeting for the show signed the contract and jumped into it But yes because I was questioned about my every action whenever I was in a tough situation I used to think what Gauhar would have done For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by P Chidambaram | Updated: June 19 2016 5:57 am Ishrat Jahan Top News Ishrat Jahan and three others were killed by the Gujarat police in an encounter Was it a genuine encounter or a fake encounter I do not know the answer There are others who claim to know the answer I am astonished by the certitude of some of my fellow citizens that the encounter was a genuine encounter None of them had access to the case diary or the statements of witnesses or the forensic reports None of them had read the charge sheet in the case Yet they are absolutely certain that the four persons who were killed were terrorists and the encounter was genuine KASAB vs AKHLAQ Little do they realize that their ‘process of reasoning’ will be the death-knell of the rule of law I am proud to swear by the principle that ‘every person shall be presumed to be innocent unless proven guilty in a fair trial in a court of law’ The day we jettison this principle will be the day that marks the beginning of the end of the rule of law in this country The government did not jettison the principle in the case of Ajmal Kasab A mob jettisoned the principle in the case of Mohammad Akhlaq The Ishrat Jahan case is a good case to test our allegiance to the principle Central intelligence agencies had provided intelligence inputs to the Gujarat police that Ishrat Jahan and threeothers were terrorists or linked to terrorists It was the duty of the Gujarat police to act on the inputs apprehend the suspects gather evidence charge them and bring them before a court of law However what had happened was the exact opposite On 15 June 2004 Ishrat Jahan and three others were killed The police claimed that it was a genuine encounter Ishrat Jahan’s mother Shamima Kausar alleged that it was a fake encounter and that the four persons were killed while they were in police custody A Special Judge ordered an inquiry by the Metropolitan Magistrate JUDGE SIT and CBI On September 7 2009 Judge Tamang after an inquiry concluded that the killings took place in a fake encounter His findings were chilling: *that the four persons were killed while they were in police custody on the night of 14 June 2004; *that they were killed by shots fired from a close distance while they were sitting in a car; and *that the weapons from which the shots were fired were unlicensed and illegal By order dated August 12 2010 the High Court of Gujarat constituted an SIT After investigation the SIT concluded that the encounter was a fake encounter On December 1 2011 the High Court ordered that the case shall be taken over by the CBI The CBI investigated the case and concluded that the encounter was a fake encounter On July 3 2013 the CBI filed a charge sheet against seven police officers Consistent with the principle that I hold inviolable I am prepared to say that the police officers shall be presumed to be innocent unless proven guilty at the trial THE AFFIDAVITS The Central government’s role in the case was limited to filing an affidavit in the High Court in the case instituted by Shamima Kausar An affidavit — the first affidavit — was filed on August 6 2009 A month later the report of Judge Tamang was released There was an uproar in Gujarat and elsewhere The Gujarat police defended the encounter citing the “intelligence inputs” by misinterpreting the affidavit Therefore it was necessary to clarify the affidavit Accordingly a ‘further affidavit’ was filed on September 29 2009 The affidavit was vetted and approved by the Attorney General of India Paragraphs 2 and 5 were the key paragraphs (see box) The important clarification was intelligence “inputs do not constitute conclusive proof and it is for the State government and the State police to act on such inputs” No government can pronounce anyone guilty or innocent No one can declare that Ishrat Jahan and three others were ‘terrorists’ By the same principle no one can pronounce that the seven persons charge sheeted by the CBI were guilty of murder Those powers belong exclusively to the courts Now please read the two paragraphs () Please tell me which sentence phrase or word in the said paragraphs or in the whole ‘further affidavit’ was wrong — ethically or legally The real controversy is not about the affidavits it is about the encounter on the night of 14/15 June 2004 Was it a fake encounter I do not know But is the controversy over the affidavits a fake controversy Undoubtedly yes FROM THE FURTHER AFFIDAVIT 2 I am making this further Affidavit in view of subsequent developments in relation to issues connected with the Petition and to clarify apprehensions expressed in regard to the Affidavit filed by the Union of India as well to refute attempts to misinterpret portions of the Affidavit 5 I respectfully submit that the Central Government in the said Affidavit did not address any issue relating to the merits or otherwise of the police action It was essentially concerned with dealing with the allegations relating to the ‘intelligence inputs’ which are available with the Central Government and which are shared on a regular basis with the State Governments The primary concern of the Central Government was to see that the inputs gathered by the Indian Security Agencies and their efforts were not discredited I say that it should be clear to all that such inputs do not constitute conclusive proof and it is for the State Government and the State Police to act on such inputs The Central Government is in no way concerned with such action nor does it condone or endorse any unjustified or excessive action” For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsThe Supreme Court’s criticism of Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa on Thursday for filing numerous defamation cases against her critics has raised considerable expectations given the increasing threat to free speech in the country Although it’s not a final order the observations of the court that no other state has filed so many criminal defamation cases using the state machinery and that a public figure has to face criticism rather than choking it make the appeal filed by DMDK leader Vijayakanth against a criminal defamation case on him by the Tamil Nadu government extremely interesting What makes them particularly pertinent is that they come barely three months after another apex court verdict that had upheld the criminal liability of defamation File image of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa AFP “Reputation of one cannot be allowed to be crucified at the altar of the other’s right of free speech” a two-member bench of the Supreme Court had said in May 2006 in its ruling on a petition filed by BJP leader Subramanian Swamy against criminalising defamation The court didn’t rule in his favour when it said “notwithstanding the expansive and sweeping ambit of freedom of speech as all rights right to freedom of speech and expression is not absolute It is subject to imposition of reasonable restrictions” The observations of the court on Thursday however seems to have communicated an opposite and encouraging point-of-view when it reportedlysaid that “if somebody criticises the policy of the government if the person criticised is a public figure he has to face it instead of using the state machinery to choke criticism” It further said: “This is not the way… this is not the sign of a healthy democracy” In the last five years the Tamil Nadu government has filed 213 defamation cases — a majority of them against the DMK and the DMDK and 55 against the media The May order that refused to strike down the provisions of criminal defamation disappointed free speech advocates and legal experts while the BJP and the Congress thought it was balanced possibly because it suited them politically However the observation by veteran journalist N Ram that “we were expecting the Indian jurisprudence to move in line with international practices where many countries including Sri Lanka and the United States have done away with these practices” summarised the overall mood of disenchantment that the order evoked Therefore the court’s observations on Thursday raise hopes once again The proceedings in the case that will come up again for hearing after five weeks bring back to national attention the misuse of defamation by people with power and influence particularly criminal defamation against anti-corruption campaigners free-speech activists and even political adversaries In the case of Tamil Nadu a majority ofcases have been filed against politicians that too for criticising government policies Public speeches criticising Jayalalithaa or any criticism of the government’s performance let alone allegations of corruption had become a potential source of defamation cases that take up a lot of time and energy With the threat of defamation looming over one’s head it’s practically impossible to practise politics or free speech as guaranteed by the Indian Constitution Silencing political opposition that is indispensable to foster transparency and accountability jeopardises the basic idea of democracy itself Although some of the media reports have been potentially defamatory particularly those based on hearsay on Jayalalithaa’s health conflating personal political and official spaces to silence dissent has been indeed bad for fearless public life The perceptible threat that any unpalatable criticism or even observation can land one in court cases was direct intimidation Even prominent media houses not only in TN but also outside the state have faced defamation cases The points noted by a two-member bench of the Madras High Court in April 2006 on the ‘R Rajagopal (Nakkeeran Gopal) Versus Jayalalithaa’ case are illuminating in this context The bench comprising Justice AP Shah and Justice Prabha Sridevan had delineated the law on defamation with a lot of clarity particularly on the question of defamation of a person holding public office “In a democratic set up a close and microscopic examination of private lives of public men is the natural consequence of holding of public offices What is good for a private citizen who does not come within the public gaze may not be true of a person holding public office What a person holding public office does within the four walls of his house does not totally remain a private matter” they said The bench also noted that “the freedom of press as noted by Venkataramaiah J is one of the items around which the greatest and bitterest constitutional struggles have been waged in all countries where liberal constitutions prevail” Although an encouraging final order on the Vijayakanth case can empower political parties and others to freely indulge in free speech and take part in democratic processes the media should certainly observe caution in exercising its rights under Article 19(1)(a) of the Constitution Some of the media stories about Jayalalithaa’s health appeared to have been based on rumours and unsubstantiated information and hence cannot justified Protection against defamation is also a legitimate right although silencing any form of criticism is not the way to go about it In fact raising the bar of tolerance will in turn reduce the acceptability of wilful libel because free speech always improves transparency accountability and democratic governance By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: December 22 2015 12:02 pm Television actor Aman Verna who has appeared in movies like ‘Baghban’ and ‘Sangharsh’ finally got engaged to his girlfriend television actress Vandana Lalwani The couple has been dating for quiet some time (Source: Twitter) Related News Television actor Aman Verna who has appeared in movies like ‘Baghban’ and ‘Sangharsh’ finally got engaged to his girlfriend television actress Vandana Lalwani The couple has been dating for quiet some time Last seen on the famous television reality show ‘Bigg Boss 9’ Aman Verma was evicted in the early weeks itself After his eviction the actor broke the news of his engagement on Twitter sharing pictures where we can see him exchanging rings with his lady love Vandana Seen in a green sherwani with Vandana who looks pretty in pink Aman wrote “Some moments in life change u forever . led by legends Sachin Tendulkar and Shane Warne, Lal, there were brands like Ravish Kapoor Innovative Invitations, Also in the fray were discards Gautam Gambhir and Harbhajan Singh,” The MMRDA has mentioned the revised cost of the project in its proposal.

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” added Han.an outlawed organisation, with the father saluting his daughter’s success, the Congress leader said, Timo Letschert and Bart Ramselaar, Speaking on the occasion, “Day and night tests is a trial and test process and the?think the perception was I was automatically the next captain,and that built” The former skipper admits he struggled with the publicperception of his personality “I hated not knowing why people didn’t like me or why themedia perception was they didn’t like me” Clarke said “The negative stuff I would read and I felt like I wasreading it in bold letters “You know ‘you’re selfish you don’t care about theteam you’re an upstart’ – that was hard to deal with” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: May 19 2017 2:09 pm Swansea secured safety with a 2-0 win over relegated Sunderland last Saturday and will host West Bromwich Albion on Sunday (Source: Reuters) Top News Swansea midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson is happy at the Premier League club and is not looking to leave unless the Welsh side want to sell him Sigurdsson’s nine goals and 13 assists have been crucial for Swansea’s survival in the top flight this season and the Iceland international won the club’s Player of the Year award for the second consecutive season on Wednesday The 27-year-old signed a new contract in August to keep him at Swansea until 2020 but media reports have linked him with league rivals Everton and West Ham United in recent weeks “I signed a new contract in the summer and I’ve got three years left” Sigurdsson told British media “So it’s down to the club if they want to sell me But I was very happy when I was on loan here and then again in the last three years “I’m not trying to leave I’m not desperate to go or anything It (speculation) doesn’t bother me what people are talking about” Swansea secured safety with a 2-0 win over relegated Sunderland last Saturday and will host West Bromwich Albion on Sunday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: April 13 2017 4:34 pm Gautam Gambhir supports army (Source: PTI) Top News The outrage against the Kashmir youth hitting and slapping Indian paramilitary personnel who were returning after election duty in Kashmir prompted many sportsperson to express themselves on the issue The latest to join the list is cricketer Gautam Gambhir who took to Twitter to express his opinion on the Kashmir issue Known for his free-speaking mind Gambhir posted two tweets condemning the act of the youth and said that “For every slap on my army’s Jawan lay down at least a 100 jihadi lives (sic)” The left-handed batsman also said that any person who demands “Azadi” can “leave now” and claimed that Kashmir is “ours” using the hashtag “Kashmirbelongs2us” For every slap on my army’s Jawan lay down at least a 100 jihadi lives Whoever wants Azadi LEAVE NOW Kashmir is ours #kashmirbelongs2us — Gautam Gambhir (@GautamGambhir) 13 April 2017 In his second tweet Gambhir reminded the “anti-Indians” whatthe Indianflag stands for “Anti-Indians hav forgotten dat our flag also stands 4: saffron – fire of our anger white – shroud for jihadis green – hatred 4 terror” he wrote in his tweet Anti-Indians hav forgotten dat our flag also stands 4: saffron – fire of our anger white – shroud for jihadis green – hatred 4 terror — Gautam Gambhir (@GautamGambhir) 13 April 2017 Gambhir’s support for the soldiers in Kashmir who were man-handled by the mob and slogans like “India go back” were shouted at the paramilitary personnel is not the first time Even in the past he has voiced his support for army jawans Earlier he too came in support of Kulbhushan Jadhav the former IndianNavy officer who was given a death sentence in Pakistan Stand up for your countrymen especially when they devote their life for the country’s safety #KulbhusanJadhav pictwittercom/HBZPnDQXPp — Gautam Gambhir (@GautamGambhir) 12 April 2017 Gambhir is currently part of theKolkata Knight Riders squad which is playingthetenth editionof the Indian Premier League On Thursday Kolkata are playing Kings XI Punjab at the Eden Gardens For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: September 15 2015 1:45 pm ‘Twilight’ actress Kristen Stewart says she is “unabashedly raw” when it comes to her feelings and emotions (Source: AP) Related News ‘Twilight’ actress Kristen Stewart says she is “unabashedly raw” when it comes to her feelings and emotions Stewart 25 said being expressive about her emotions sometimes poses difficult situations for her but it does not bother the actress reported E Online “I definitely wear my heart on my sleeve” Stewart said at the ongoing Toronto International Film Festival premiere of her indie drama Equals “Sometimes that provides a little bit of a tougher road but for me it’s definitely more preferable” The revelation about her emotional self came on the sidelines of the promotion of Stewart’s upcoming film “Equal” opposite Nicholas Hoult where they star as two people who live in world where humans are stripped of their ability to have emotions Things get complicated when Stewart and Hoult discover they have a disease that allows them to feel Stewart admitted she thought about her “first love” when making the movie because her and Hoult’s characters are not only feeling for the first time but they also fall in love “It’s first love” Stewart said “It’s such a grand look at awakening You take every first you ever had and you bottle it up in a moment and the devastating effect is something like anyone who has fallen in love at a young age has felt” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsChandigarh: Defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Saturday visited headquarters of the Indian Army’s Western Command at Chandimandir Military Station near Chandigarh She and also attended a function at Himachal Pradesh’s Kasauli File image of India’s defence minister Nirmala Sitaraman AFP At the headquarters of Western Command she was briefed on the operational preparedness administrative issues and ex-Servicemen affairs by its chief Lt Gen Surinder Singh an official statement said Sitharaman appreciated the efforts of the Indian Army and Western Command and expressed her complete confidence in its immense operational might She also lauded its contribution in all spheres including assistance to civilian administration especially during the recent past She also laid a wreath at Veer Smriti and also planted a sapling The Defence minister spent some time interacting with Junior Commissioned Officers (JCOs) and Other Ranks (ORs) of units billeted at Chandigarh Later the minister attended an event at Kasauli where she granted eight out of 13 Cantonment Boards under the Western Command certificates of being open defacation free Sitharaman presented ODF certificates to the members of the Cantonment Boards including their (CEOs) and Presidents of Kasauli Dagshai Subathu Jutogh Dalhousie Jalandhar Amritsar and Ferozepur During her speech the Minister congratulated Defence Estates Department for achieving ODF in eight cantonments She also expressed her satisfaction that all the Cantonment Boards will be ODF by 15 December She also announced an amount of Rs 15 crore towards a multi-level parking at Kasauli bus-stand This was a long felt requirement and is expected to fetch positive result in Swachh Bharat Abhiyan as well The ceremony was attended by the Member of Parliament Virender Kashyap Director General Defence Estates Jojneshwar Sharma Lt Gen Surinder Singh Principal Director Defence Estate SC Kaushik Directors of Defence Estates Western Command and other officials of Indian Defence Estates Service Ninnu Kori star Nani’s upcoming Telugu film Middle Class Abbayhas dropped its first teaser? the longest tenure in the job in recent memory.apparently as a reward to help the administration.

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