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the fact that the film is releasing right after the SS Rajamouli magnum opus Baahubali: The Conclusion might affect the box-office numbers of Parineeti-starrer. Jagga Jasoos marks the second collaboration between Ranbir and director Anurag Basu after their 2012 superhit film Barfi.Ranbir 34 says he has a relationship of trust with Basu and they understand each other and their respective creative process “It is frustrating for an actor to work with ‘dada’ (Basu) As an actor you get very insecure I have worked with him earlier so I knew what an eccentric filmmaker he was There is familiarity trust… We understand each other We understand each other’s process” he says The Tamasha star says not only the actors but the director has also worked hard with a lot of persistence on this musical adventure film which has been in the making for the last three and a half years “It has been a challenge to stick with this film genre and the character for three and half years He is somebody who works really hard wants to entertain the audience and that is very inspiring” Jagga Jasoos has been backed by Disney and Ranbir and Basu’s Pictureshuru production For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Published: October 14 2017 11:04 pm Having won all their three matches the Young Lions topped group F with nine points (Source: PTI) Related News England colts continued their domination crushing Iraq 4-0 in their final group F league encounter to set up a pre-quarterfinal date with Japan in the FIFA Under-17 World Cup in Kolkata on Saturday night Having won all their three matches the Young Lions topped group F with nine points while the Lions of Mesopotamia in their second World Cup appearance also qualified for the last-16 by finishing second with four points Iraq will lock horns against Mali in their first ever U- 17 World cup pre-quarterfinal appearance in Goa on October 17 while England and Japan will square off in Kolkata Having held to a goalless draw by Chile in Guwahati two-time champions Mexico finished third with two points while Chile made exit with a single point Starting for the first time and with the captain’s arm- band Manchester United junior Angel Gomes put the team ahead in the 11th minute while Arsenal graduate Emile Smith-Rowe doubled the lead (59th) on his World Cup debut in front of a 56373 turnout at the Salt Lake Stadium Having missed Mohammed Dawood flair all through the first half Iraq finally brought on their leading scorer in the 47th minute but it hardly helped their cause as England sealed the issue with Daniel Loader (59th and 71st) scoring twice in a space of 12 minutes A minute after his inclusion Dawood had a crack at the goal but his right-footed attempt from the centre of the box went too high To add to their woes England toyed with the Iraq defence as the Arsenal attacking midfielder Rowe opened his account with Gomes setting him up with a clinical through ball In a space of two minutes Loader fired in from the centre of the box after being nicely set up by Steven Sessegnon The Fulham defender also helped Loader complete the brace as the Reading youngster sent the ball crashing into the bottom left corner with a powerful rightfooter There was more misery in store as the Iraq star player Dawood was shown a yellow card in the 62nd minute as the Asian champions will miss him in their next match because of a double booking Leading from the front the Manchester United prodigy put the Young Lions ahead in the 11th minute from a very close range after Daniel Loader failed to capitalise a Nya Kirby cross Both teams started off with a 4-5-1 formation and in surprising move Iraq coach Qahtan Chitheer opted to bench their leading goalscorer Dawood a move that seemed to have backfired Iraq missed Dawood up front as they failed to finish in a number of attacks and should give credit to their goalkeeper Ali Ibadi to thwart Jadon Sancho’s 25th minute penalty For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: February 18 2014 1:21 pm The AAP has rightly tapped into the democracy deficit promising to bring governance closer to the people But is it making a necessary distinction between popular will and popular sentiment The concept of popular will has an irreducible element of deliberation and judgement (PTI) Related News AAP has shown a penchant for the spectacular Why that is not going to be enough The Aam Aadmi Party is gone as a party of government at least for now It mounted an astonishing electoral insurgency and swung the doors of power open without having political lineage or the financial backing of business the two standard features of contemporary political parties in India It did not organise a caste-based religious or regional mobilisation the other typical characteristics of Indian politics Demonstrating how new political formations can emerge against all odds when the existing political parties generate citizen apathy or disgust it also illustrated that democracies can have self-correcting mechanisms Nonetheless a 49-day wonder is over What does the AAP’s fall show What does the future hold The AAP’s brief governing career illustrates most of all a well-known political truth When those attacking the system come to power they find it hard to govern Insurgents tend to be terrible governors Anti-system parties a term coined by political scientist Giovanni Sartori are good at undermining the system not at running it The AAP is of course not the kind of anti-system party that totalitarian parties or the communist parties in Europe during the two world wars were It is committed neither to violence nor to an overthrow of the Constitution But it does wish to overturn the way politics is done It loves India but dislikes India’s polity By definition an elected government must function within the existing framework of rules and laws If those rules and laws are disagreeable the government can change them But fundamental as opposed to marginal change cannot be brought about by decree or in haste Patient communication meticulous negotiation and careful alliance building are necessary The initial challenge of insurgents in government is always the same: they must first follow the rules in order to change them A chief minister sleeping on the sidewalk in protest wrapped in a quilt on a cold winter night may satisfy the inner moral urge of the insurgent but governance is not a branch of ethics Without an ethical core politics does lose its shine but with ethics alone no polity has ever been run Consider three other errors of the AAP’s excessive moralism First should a law minister encourage vigilantism however much he suspects the police of being corrupt Unauthorised nightly raids can’t reform the police Police reform is a dull prosaic business not a site of dramatic guerilla-like forays Similarly racial remarks don’t accord with modern law which seeks to establish individual not collective guilt It is not enough to say that vigilantism or racism was not intended Hamaari niyat to saaf thi logon ko gussa aa gayaa (our intentions were pure the people got angry) — this is an empirically inadmissible theory and a terrible excuse Crowds gathering around crusading ministers attacking the police tend to be nasty brutish and furious They can’t easily be controlled Even Mahatma Gandhi the greatest mobiliser of the masses in the last century perhaps longer found it difficult to discipline the masses entirely A paradox always marks the transition from insurgency to governance: without mass politics movements can’t be built but with a release of mass furies governments can’t be run Second should a government unilaterally lower electricity tariffs charging power companies with padding costs unless a rule-governed audit has established cost inflation beyond doubt Private companies may well be venal but how to calculate the costs of production is a complex economic matter In my first book I tried to calculate the costs of wheat and rice production presumably a much simpler matter than the costs of power production It became a forbidding enterprise The complexity of the calculation was brought home deflating earlier and simplistic statistical enthusiasm The implication ought to be obvious A careful audit should first be ordered and then the price lowered if costs were indeed inflated not the other way round Third should a government issue an FIR for corruption in a business dispute which is already under investigation in a court of law Doing so is a truly odd governance principle for it disrespects the judicial process It demonstrates a penchant for the dramatic and the spectacular not for the often dull and painstaking art of governance The AAP’s election manifesto had talked about the necessity of “udyog anukool neetiyaan (business-friendly policies)” In the 49 days of governance we saw an incessant lashing out against business not business-friendly investment-attracting economic announcements To be sure governance requires attacking corruption but it also calls for sensitivity towards the avenues of economic growth The AAP in power went for the former with extraordinary fury; the latter did not even get a chance Finally consider the AAP’s critique of representative democracy That Indian democracy functions well at the time of elections but between elections governments become insensitive to the people is now a well-known argument The AAP has rightly tapped into this democracy deficit promising to bring governance closer to the people But is it making a necessary distinction between popular will and popular sentiment The concept of popular will a sine qua non of democracy has an irreducible element of deliberation and judgement It is not equal to the popular sentiment of the day which can quickly change If democratic legislation based on popular will is to have any meaning it must embrace the idea of people’s representatives deliberating debating and concluding If representative assemblies are not working well one has to think about how to reform them But democratic decision-making simply can’t be handed over to people’s assemblies hastily put together in parks maidans and stadiums Mohalla sabhas are fine as deliberative spaces but weekly janta darbars luckily dropped and state assemblies meeting in stadiums in full public view luckily not allowed are not Popular furies do not amount to well-thought-out judgements Emotions and biases do not add up to rationality Can the AAP make a comeback Yes it can Troubled by its agitational ways a section of the urban middle class certainly its upper segment is likely to leave the AAP But its dramatic mode of governance is also likely to increase its appeal to the urban poor and lower middle class These classes harbour similar anger against the existing system Moreover since television now reaches over 800 million people in India the urban-rural voter dichotomy is not likely to hold up as neatly as it did in the past The AAP’s theatrical style best symbolised by the chief minister sleeping on the sidewalk and the law minister challenging the police is almost certain to appeal to the rural electorate close to Delhi The gain at the lower end of the social spectrum is likely to be bigger than the loss at the upper end As a consequence the AAP’s performance in Haryana Punjab Delhi western Uttar Pradesh and some of the bigger cities of India may well be substantial in the next elections The AAP is here to stay Delhi was one part of a long and evolving political story But even if the AAP does come to power let us say in Haryana or in Delhi again the same cycle of electoral exhilaration and governmental emaciation may haunt the party How to combine an anti-system impulse with governance will remain the AAP’s fundamental political dilemma It might want to study how the provincial Congress governments of 1937 functioned in British India or how the Left Front governments evolved in Kerala and West Bengal after they first came to power The writer director of the India Initiative Brown University and author most recently of ‘Battles Half Won: India’s Improbable Democracy’ is contributing editor of the Indian Express [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 21 2012 12:11 am Related News In an incident of chain snatching reported on early Friday eveninga woman was robbed of her gold chain by two men on a black motorcycle Kamal Garg (52)a resident of Sector 42-B had gone to the bank with her daughter to withdraw her gold jewelery While returning from the bank on footthe daughter parted from the mother As Kamal reached her residenceshe felt someone grab her neck Expecting it to be her neighbourshe turned around Howeverinstantlya boy snatched the gold chain on her neck and sped away on a black motorcycle with his accomplice A case has been registered against two unknown persons at the Sector 36 police station on charges of theftassault or criminal force in attempt to commit theft of property and common intention The SHO of Sector 36 police station said that the incident took place at around 4 pm The victim was also carrying a purse with 15 tola gold jewelery and was wearing gold earrings and bangles which were not taken by the accused The victim said that she screamed but none of the neighbours came out She was unable to identify the accused but said that one of themwhom she sawhad a wheatish [email protected] @InduSarkarMovie — Madhur Bhandarkar (@imbhandarkar) July 16, but a work of fiction. the Premier League club said on Sunday. another parent member said,Germany at major tournaments. 2013 3:00 am Related News Santosh Gaikwad.

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