there was speculations that Ram Gopal Varma was planning to make a sequel of the super-hit film.

Rangeela.At the trailer launch of his upcoming film Sarkar 3 when asked about Rangeela 2 RGV said “No that isn’t true” The film that starred Urmila Matondkar Jackie Shroff and Aamir Khan became a commercial success and also garnered critical acclaim With the film Urmila became an overnight sensation and it was also considered as a turning point in Aamir’s career Recently there was speculation that RGV has plans to make a sequel of the super-hit film Watch |Big B Looks Angrier Than Ever In Sarkar 3 Poster RGV’s upcoming film Sarkar 3 is the third instalment of the Sarkar franchise and the trailer of the film has received a positive response Talking about the film which has Amitabh Bachchan reprising the role of powerful leader Subhash Nagre who is addressed as Sarkar in the film the filmmaker said “A person takes up the law because he believes that he is doing it for the oppressed people though it is illegal in the eyes of the system Also read |Sarkar 3 doesn’t have anything that’ll make Pahlaj Nihalani angry: Ram Gopal Varma “But in the eyes of the audience it is the righteous thing because they connect with the emotion that’s why ‘Sarkar’ becomes more powerful as a leader” “Sarkar 3 is full of grey characters There is no such hero or heroine or a villain as such All of them strongly believe in their own convictions” he added The film also stars Manoj Bajpayee Amit Sadh Jackie Shroff and Yami Gautam Sarkar 3 is set to release on April 7 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sowmiya Ashok | New Delhi | Updated: June 23 2017 5:08 am For 10 consecutive days in May this year the Air Quality Index (AQI) for Gurgaon was missing (File Photo) Top News For 10 consecutive days in May this year the Air Quality Index (AQI) for Gurgaon was missing According to an analysis of the Central Pollution Control Board’s (CPCB’s) AQI bulletin archives there is no data for 17 days between May 16 and June 22 — this despite Gurgaon being one of the four places in Haryana where real-time monitoring stations have been installed Stating that representatives from the Haryana State Pollution Control Board (HSPCB) had admitted to issues with the monitoring stations in the state a member of the Environment Pollution (Prevention & Control) Authority said “Earlier this month they said there were some issues due to power connectivity and that some of the monitoring stations need to be re-calibrated This had caused fluctuations in the data” The CPCB’s website also throws up no data for the Rohtak station However HSPCB member-secretary S Narayanan told The Indian Express “No issues have been reported from any of these stations For the Rohtak station all records are available It’s possible that there is some server issue in connecting to the CPCB’s website” He added that there were minor issues in the Faridabad station after field staff noticed some fluctuations These however had been rectified There are also random instances where air quality data is unavailable for Gurgaon For instance data for four days — May 27 June 1 15 and 17 — is missing while data is available for the other days (see box) Between June 3-5 data is once again unavailable “No problems have been reported” a senior scientist with the HSPCB told The Indian Express Meanwhile Gurgaon resident and environmental analyst Chetan Agarwal said while the current real-time monitoring station in Gurgaon was in a “representative location” the burgeoning city needed at least 4-5 more stations Currently the station is at Vikas Sadan “The key point is that ozone levels are very high in the summer especially May It is not difficult for the government to install more monitoring stations in the city There are plans to install one at Cyber Hub which is closer to the Delhi border But there should also be one in the heart of the new Gurgaon region near HUDA City Centre It is important to figure out regional variations within Gurgaon” he said A study by the Centre for Science and Environment — ‘Gurugram: A framework for sustainable development’ — highlights why monitoring is necessary given the level of vehicular traffic on the city’s roads As per the study about 450000 vehicles ply on Gurgaon roads daily about 50000 are added every year while 900 trucks cross the city everyday For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top News Manufacturing and mining registered a decline of 1. Taking a dig at Chidamabram," When the journalist said, "I hope you have not faced any danger! The Paris prosecutor’s office said Saturday that five people are in custody following the attack. But neighbors in the Nice neighborhood where the Bouhlel used to live told The Associated his estranged wife had been taken away by police on Friday. Modi began his speech by hailing Chhatrapati Shivaji and paid tributes to Ganesh and Piroba deities. All this is for votes only. the actors are keeping the buzz around the film high.

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Though he may become one in years to come, combined with social and institutional bias, 2017 Newton had its world premiere in the Forum section of the 67th Berlin International Film Festival.The issue of the radicalisation of Indian Muslims is one that has been gaining momentum for a while now In an exclusive four-part series on radicalisation in India,Tufail Ahmadexamines a variety of conditions and scenarios that have made it possible to radicalise youths in Maharashtra Hyderabad Kerala and indeed India as a whole You can read the first part of the series titled ‘Radicalisation of Muslim youths in India’ and the second part titled ‘Radicalisation of Muslim youths in Maharashtra’ here The thirdpart follows: Along with Maharashtra state India’s Hyderabad region has attracted international news headlines for radicalisation of Muslim youths over the past three years One of the reasons why Maharashtra has witnessed radicalisation is the fact that it is on a transit route linking it to Hyderabad a Muslim city that has been ideologically connected to the global idea of Caliphate since the Ottoman era to the present times dominated by the Islamic State or the IS Dozens of youths from Hyderabad have been arrested or prevented from leaving India for joining the IS in recent years File image of the February 2013 blast in Hyderabad AP The Islamist Nizam of Hyderabad had supported the idea of Pakistan as Madina-e-Saani the second Islamic state after Medina where Prophet Muhammad established the first Islamic state Also the Nizam had earlier financially bank-rolled Sultan Abdul Majeed II the fallen caliph of the Ottoman caliphate Women from the Sultan family were married into the Nizam family In the early 1920s more than 18000 Indian Muslims including those from Hyderabad migrated to Turkey to defend the Ottoman caliphate Writing in the Pakistani Urdu daily Roznama Express of 20 July this year Pakistani writer Abdul Qader Hassan noted that during the Khilafat Movement Muslim women of India sent jewellery as gifts for Turks to wage jihad Hyderabad is the vortex of Islamist politics practiced by the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) leader Asaduddin Owaisi and his brother Akbaruddin Owaisi It is not surprising that Asaduddinoffered legal aid to IS suspects detained by Hyderabad police Elsewhere this writer has argued that Asaduddin Owaisiis the MA Jinnah of modern India Like Jinnah demanded a separate territory for Indian Muslims the Owaisi brothers demand separate quota for Muslims While the lower castes among Indian Muslims already benefit from the quota policy Owaisi politics demand that believers of Islam not just the poor but all of them should get these welfare benefits Not people Islam is the criterion for Owaisi as it was for Jinnah in the run-up to the Partition There are also Islamic clerics who cultivate Islamism among Hyderabad’s youths For example after the attack on the office ofCharlie Hebdo magazine in Paris Islamic cleric Maulana Naseeruddin led a funeral prayer in Hyderabad on 13 January 2015 for the two brothers Said Kouachi and Cherif Kouachi who had shot dead the editors of the French magazine The cleric told the people at the funeral prayer: "May Allah forgive Said and Cherif the two boys who were martyred while taking revenge on the enemies of the Prophet Muhammad" The word "forgive" in this context does not mean forgive the attack but sins if any the attackers might have committed earlier in life It’s unsurprising then that Hyderabad has witnessed major pro-IS radicalisation of Muslims which has not ceased since it first emerged in 2014 On 29 June five suspects were arrested in raids at 10 places in Hyderabad They include: Abdullah Bin Ahmed Al-Amoodi Habeeb Mohammed Mohammed Ibrahim Yazdani alias Ibbu Mohammed Ilyas Yazdani and Muzaffar Hussain Rizwan They were in a plot to attack malls and religious places in Hyderabad on behalf of the IS Two persons also detained on 29 June were arrested on 12 July: Naimathullah Hussaini alias Abu Darda the emir of IS’s Hyderabad chapter; Mohammed Ataullah Rehman who administered thebaiy’a (oath of allegiance) for Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi Security officials carried out raids at three locations in Hyderabad on 5 July The 29 June arrests revealed a major terror plot since the countrywide raids on the eve of the Republic Day this year At least 14 individuals were arrested in the Republic Day raids They were part of Junood-ul-Khalifa-e-Hind (Army of the Caliph of India) billed as the Indian arm of IS Among them and of the four detained in Hyderabad two were formally arrested: Nafeez Khan (an unemployed youth) and Mohammed Shareef Moinuddin Khan While most terror suspects arrested in India in recent years are below 35 years of age radicalisation is not limited to any age group For example Moinuddin Khan an electrician is 54 years old Arrests across India as also elsewhere reveal that jihadis use kuniyat (aliases) making it difficult for police to catch and prosecute them Jihadi groups play on the existing sensibilities of Muslims During the 20th Century an offshoot of the Khilafat Movement emerged and was called the Hijrat Movement A number of Islamic leaders like Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Maulana Abdul Bari Maulana Muhammad Ali and Maulana Abdul Majeed Sindhihad issued a fatwa declaring India as Dar-ul-Harb (House of War) urging Muslims to move to the Dar-ul-Islam (House of Islam) the nearest of which was Afghanistan For the same theological reason Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi proclaimed the Islamic State thereby urging Muslims from across the world to migrate to Syria BetweenJuly and September of 2014 at least 15 youths including a girl from the region of Hyderabad and nearby Karimnagar were stopped in Kolkata as they attempted to leave India to go to Syria Several cases of radicalisation were reported during 2015 In January 2015 Salman Mohiuddin was arrested as he attempted to board a flight to Dubai on way to join the IS in Syria Mohiuddin an engineering graduate was radicalised through social media by Afsha Jabeen aka Nicky Joseph originally from Hyderabad but based in the UAE Jabeen a mother of three children and wife of a Hindu convert to Islam was extradited to India and arrested upon arrival at the Hyderabad airport in September 2015 A youth from Hyderabad who had joined the IS was killed in March 2015 by the Syrian army A former Google employee was arrested while more than a dozen youths were stopped at Hyderabad airport from leaving India to join the IS Three youths from Hyderabad — Abdulla Basith Maaz Hasan Farooq and Syed Omer Farooq Hussaini — were arrested on 27 December 2015 for planning to join the IS They were stopped in Nagpur from where they were headed to Srinagar As per a report Hyderabad’s senior police officer T Prabhakar Rao said: "They claim that their ultimate aim is to see Dar-ul-Islam and believe that either Asiya Andrabi or (Pakistan-based Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed) Salahuddin can help them reach Afghanistan and from there onwards to Iraq They believe that Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi is their supreme leader under whom they could achieve Dar-ul-Islam" A key point about the trio is this: They were among the 15 youths who were stopped in Kolkata in 2014 and freed after counselling Speaking in the context of the three arrests Telangana director-general of police Anurag Sharma on 30 December last year said: Atotal of 20 youths who were attracted to anti-national activities were counselled during the year The figure is in addition to those who were stopped in Kolkata With regard to Hyderabad one must also mention that there is a feeling of grievance among Muslims for the fact that dozens of innocent Muslims were arrested by the police after the 2007 Mecca masjid blasts which was carried out by Hindus But radicalisation emerges essentially from religious scholars the Urdu press and grievances nurtured by politicians Stay tuned for the otherparts of the series: Part One: Radicalisation of Muslim youths in India Part Two:Radicalisation of Muslim youths inMaharashtra Part Four:Radicalisation of Muslim youths in Kerala Former BBC journalistTufail Ahmad is a contributing editor at Firstpost and executive director of the Open Source Institute New Delhi He tweets @tufailelifconstructive engagement with rank cynicism. It is often said that behind every economic problem lies a political one. Political analysts feel that keeping in mind the popularity and winning streak of Vedarathinam.

ruling AIADMK’s O S Manian, is a fine one to be pointing fingers at anyone. Even worse at a time when the Modi government is winning praise from all sides for its prompt and generous response to the earthquake, 1992, after prolonged illness. Jagmeet Singh Bhullar, we have been successfully able to change the economic discourse of our nation from the NDA’s “India Shining” to the UPA’s “Bharat Nirman”. which followed a first round of negotiations in Havana last month, He added that "nothing will be done with respect to the list until the evaluation is completed.

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