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Hina Khan and Hiten Tejwani are playing the game well,Bigg Boss 11 evicted contestant Jyoti Kumari said that they are the strongest contenders to win Related News Bihari girl Jyoti Kumari became the latest contestant to get evicted from Bigg Boss 11 The simple young girl touched hearts with her innocence and mischievous personality Being in the bottom three with Luv Tyagi and Benfasha Soonwala Jyoti never felt that she will get evicted In an exclusive conversation with indianexpresscom she quipped “I am really disappointed as I feel I was more deserving than few people in the house Everyone knows that Luv is just sitting idle in the house He too confessed that I should have stayed It’s really sad and shocking that I had to move out” When asked what could have caused her to get low votes the girl smiled and shared “Majorly celebs were nominated this week and they do have an upper hand I come from a very small town and people have less idea about Bigg Boss TV and internet there I guess that is the reason I couldn’t garner the required votes But I am really happy with my short and sweet stint When I entered the house I was adamant that I will not let people and situations hamper my image And I made sure I did not get involved in any dirty politics or controversy” Jyoti throughout her stay was seen shadowing Vikas Gupta When questioned if that was her strategy the 20-year-old replied “Not at all Firstly I would like to say that the commoners are really playing a dirty game this time They have ganged up together and trying their best to put down the celebs by getting mean and personal As for me for an entire week I was playing like a lonely warrior I tried to understand the game and people first Vikas Bhai told me that he found a lot of his childhood in me We had a very beautiful relationship and I am glad I met him on the show” Stating that Vikas Hina Khan and Hiten Tejwani are playing the game well and are strongest contenders to win Jyoti further shared “Arshi Khan Puneesh Sharma and Bandgi Kalra are playing the dirtiest As for the least deserving I feel Luv Mehjabi Siddiqui Bandgi and Sabyasachi Sathpathy should be soon out of the game” Excited to go home Jyoti shared how she is looking forward to greet the crowd outside her house “I always wanted to become famous and my dreams will finally come alive I can’t even imagine the welcome I will get at home” she giggled on For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: February 17 2015 2:14 am Related News Retired IPS officer D G Vanzara is likely to be released from Sabarmati Central Jail Ahmedabad this Wednesday Although a special CBI court had granted him regular bail on February 5 in Ishrat Jahan fake encounter case the procedures of releasing from the jails from both Ahmedabad and Mumbai got delayed as he had not furnished bail bonds Sources close to Vanzara said that the formality of furnishing bail bonds in Mumbai court was completed on Monday while on Tuesday similar formalities will be done at Sabarmati Central Jail Ahmedabad where he is lodged Sources in the Vanzara family told The Indian Express that the retired IPS officer would walk out of Sabarmati Central Jail by noon on Wednesday and fly to Mumbai the same evening after meeting relatives and friends His bail condition requires him to be restricted to Mumbai Vanzara who is behind the bars since April 2007 was granted bail by a Mumbai court in Sohrabuddin Sheikh encounter case last year but he remained in jail in Ahmedabad in connection with Ishrat Jahan case When the Sohrabuddin Sheikh encounter case was shifted to Mumbai for trial by the order of Supreme Court all the accused including Vanzara were shifted to Taloja jail In 2013 when CBI arrested Vanzara in Ishrat Jahan case he was brought back to Ahmedabad and since then he is confined at Sabarmati jail According to top police sources the Maharashtra government will continue the Z category security cover to Vanzara which was provided by Gujarat government Highly placed sources said that security is not going to delay his release as Maharashtra government will provide him security the moment he reaches Mumbai Vanzara faces more threat in Mumbai given the fact that some of the fake encounter victims had links in Mumbai For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Utkarsh Anand | Updated: January 20 2015 9:16 am The minimum paid-up capital is the amount of a company’s capital that has been contributed by shareholders (Source: Reuters) Related News The Centre on Monday refused to make public communications and information received from France regarding the black money parked by Indians in foreign bank accounts In its affidavit filed in the Supreme Court the government said it would not share the details of 627 Indians who have accounts in HSBC bank Geneva with petitioner and senior advocate Ram Jethmalani The affidavit has pointed out that the court itself refrained from making public such information when the government had placed before it the details of 627 Indian account holders being probed in the black money cases On October 29 documents containing correspondence with French authorities names of the account holders and status reports of the probe conducted so far in black money cases were submitted in sealed covers by Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi The government said the court had then sent all the documents to the Special Investigation Team (SIT) as per its previous order Such documents were subsequently duly submitted before the SIT it said In view of the past events the Centre said there was no ground to now entertain Jethmalani’s application which has sought information received from the French authorities regarding the Indian account holders The affidavit further stated that the government has already shared with Jethmalani all the information that was permissible under the existing regulations and that no further information supplied by France or the letters exchanged between the public authorities of India and France could be made public It pleaded the court to dismiss the application A bench led by Chief Justice H L Dattu will hear the case on Tuesday After it was censured for holding a “protective umbrella” for those being probed in black money cases the government had placed the complete list of 627 Indian account holders’ names in HSBC bank Geneva and said almost half of these were being probed Referring the documents to the SIT the bench had said it would not want to embarrass anybody at this juncture and would rather let the Special Investigation Team constituted by the court in 2011 to monitor the probe and its progress For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News E. 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The Scottish actor will purportedly share the screen with William Hurt and Vanessa Redgrave in the new production According to reportsRalph Fiennes will make his directing debut with the projectreports the Daily Express Butlerwho recently starred in The Ugly Truth and is presently filming for The Bounty with Jennifer Anistonpreviously played Coriolanus as his first acting role For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe US House of Representatives is nearing a vote on a bill that would make a popular tax break for corporate research spending a permanent part of the tax code But although the House bill has bipartisan support the White House is threatening a veto The Senate meanwhile is working on a less sweeping proposal The legislative flurry highlights the complicated politics surrounding efforts to renew the so-called R&D tax credit which Congress last year let expire for the sixth time in 21 years The credit created in 1981 “is probably one of the least controversial provisions of the tax code” said Representative Tom Cole (R-OK) today in a statement on the House floor It allows companies to write off about one-fifth of their spending on research and was worth some $7 billion to US firms last year Both Democrats and Republicans have long endorsed making it permanent in an effort to spur innovation and job creation This year lawmakers in both the House and Senate have introduced legislation to do just that In practice however Congress has traditionally extended the R&D credit for just one year or a few at a time The problem with permanence: paying for it Fiscal conservatives from both parties have long demanded that backers of making the credit permanent find a source of revenue or identify budget cuts to make up for the lost cash Budget analysts estimate that the government would forgo $156 billion in revenue over the next decade under the proposal before the House today (HR 4438) which provides no mechanism for recovering that money That’s why the Obama administration which has its own proposal for making the tax credit permanent “strongly opposes House passage of HR 4438” the White House’s Office of Management and Budget said in a statement released yesterday And it chided the House’s Republican leaders for promoting legislation that bucks their own party’s commitment to reducing—and not adding to—spending deficits “Last month” the statement notes “House Republicans themselves passed a budget resolution that required offsetting any tax extenders that were made permanent with other revenue measures … [M]aking traditional tax extenders permanent without offsets represents the wrong approach” The White House’s veto threat hasn’t gone over well with many business groups Some argue that Congress shouldn’t worry about offsets predicting the tax break will more than pay for itself by generating new economic activity Others suggest the government should get on with making the tax break permanent to provide companies with some certainty as they make long-term investment decisions and then figure out how to pay for it Think tanks that support a permanent R&D tax break are also unhappy “Given that the Obama Administration has publically supported increasing the R&D credit and making it permanent it is troubling that they are now threatening to veto this pro-growth measure” said Robert Atkinson president of the Washington DC-based Information Technology and Innovation Foundation in a statement today In Congress fault lines have appeared in both parties Not all Democrats are lining up with the White House against the bill—and not all Republicans are expected to support it Nine of the bill’s 23 co-sponsors are Democrats But the legislation received just a single Democratic vote—from Representative Earl Blumenauer (OR)—in a 22 to 12 committee vote to send it to the full House Another Democratic co-sponsor Representative John Larson (CT) told the Bloomberg BNA news service that he is thinking about voting for the bill on the floor (after voting against it in committee) Some Republican spending hawks meanwhile may vote against the measure because it would add to deficits In part the split reflects the varying nature of the industrial bases in different House districts Many lawmakers backing the bill come from districts with a strong concentration of high-tech pharmaceutical and other businesses that invest heavily in research In contrast lawmakers from rural agricultural districts may feel less pressure to back the measure—and get complaints from antideficit voters if they do Whether the bill’s backers can tack together enough votes to get it through the House should be known soon: A vote on HR 4438 could come as early as Wednesday evening The Senate meanwhile is working on its own bill which would extend the R&D tax break for just 2 yearsWritten by Pallavi Chattopadhyay | Published: November 6 2015 12:00 am Roger Ballen’s works will be on display at the Delhi exhibition (Source: Roger Ballen and Photoink) Related News Trained as a professional geologist New York-born Roger Ballen travelled across South Africa in the early 1980s looking for deposits of diamonds clay and coal As he began his search for the minerals he also kept his eyes open for photographs He explored rich emotions through images many of which he stumbled upon while knocking on people’s doors in rural shanty towns called dorps The result can be viewed on the walls of Delhi’s Photoink gallery his first exhibition in the Capital where powerful provocative and disturbing portraits of marginalised poverty-stricken white communities remind one of the failings of the apartheid system Roger Ballen His subjects are mentally unstable disabled or violent sitting in their derelict houses and their settings are heavily spooky Animals sculptures dolls wires and primitive paintings are the protagonists in his black-and-white frames “I have been photographing since the ’60s and my subject has gone through many transformations When I was in India in the early ’70s I was working on a book called Boyhood which is about children and the way I was trying to find my own childhood through my travels The portraits are mainly a result of my work from 1986 to 2003”said Ballen who also gave a talk at the Delhi Photo Festival earlier this week “After that there are few portraits in my photographs There are a lot of animals and drawings and the pictures have become increasingly abstract” he added Share This Article Related Article Drawing upon his three books — Outland (2000) Shadow Chamber (2005) and the most recent Asylum of the Birds (2014) — the exhibition includes the iconic Brian and Pet Pig taken in 1998 where one cannot help but notice the unusual affection of a man called Brian for his pet — a large pig Ballen spoke about the tragic ending to Brian’s tale “The local council prohibited him from living with his pig and sent it to the slaughterhouse In their community they are not allowed to have any other pets except for dogs and cats” he said Ballen who now lives in Johannesburg said “A picture for me is a psychological journey” As he shed light on many of his portraits he added “I really do not have a motive I only try to make pictures that are intense and strong My art has a very piercing gaze and that is a part of my aesthetic” Man Drawing Chalk Faces (2000) focuses on Stefanus a man with a strong liking for drawing who carries a chalk with him wherever he goes Here a half-clothed Stefanus can be seen drawing multiple faces on a wall Meanwhile a video features few of the protagonists of Ballen’s Outland series including one of his favourite subjects Stan a man who calls rats “his babies” “He would keep searching and collecting rats during the day and release all of them at night” Ballen said Also on display is his iconic series “Asylum of the Birds” shot in a building in Johannesburg where the owner refused to cage the birds and let them fly in the house residing peacefully with other people and animals depicting the photographer’s move into a more abstract form Ballen’s controversial works have been published in many book volumes and have been exhibited internationally Describing his photographs as a gateway into the inner consciousness Ballen who now lives in Johannesburg said “A picture for me is a psychological journey My photographs have a bit of a jolt I would not be impressed by looking at a picture that has no influence on me That is the purpose of art to help people reflect on reality” Many of Ballen’s protagonists include immigrants fugitives and the homeless Ballen’s controversial works have been published in many book volumes and have been exhibited internationally including the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and the Museum of Modern Art New York For Ballen the best way to make any political change is through photography particularly his kind Photographs of the struggling white rural poor in Dorps (1986) and Platteland (1994) provoked a cyclone of opposition and controversies for the 65-year-old It almost earned him the tag of a whistleblower “It showed a group of white people who were not coping very well and broke the illusion that the whites were all powerful Whites were feeling were insecure at that time because the blacks were taking over the government in 1994-1995 I was threatened several times” he said The exhibition is on display at Photoink gallery till January 9 For more info log on to http://s.wwwphotoinknet For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Updated: August 24 2017 9:26 am Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has been launched at an event in New York featuring bigger display and dual rear cameras Related News After months of rumour and anticipation Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has been launched at an event in New York The flagship smartphone features a bigger display dual rear cameras and Samsung’s Bixby voice assistant It also comes with the S-Pen stylus which has a finer tip and improved pressure sensitivity The launch of the Galaxy Note 8 comes a few weeks ahead of the Apple’s iPhone 8 which according to reports could be launched sometime in October Samsung Galaxy Note 8 looks similar to Galaxy S8 smartphone in terms of design expect the Galaxy Note 8 is more rectangular in shape The new Samsung Note device sports aglass and metal body and there’s curved glass design on front and rear The fingerprint scanner is on the back of the device same as the Galaxy S8 and S8+ The high-end smartphone is IP68 certified that makes it dust and water-resistant Samsung Galaxy Note 8 gets a63-inch ‘Infinity’ display with minimum bezels on the sides The screen is Super AMOLED with a resolution of 1440 x 2960 pixels The Galaxy Note 8 features a widescreen 18:5:9 aspect ratio Samsung has used Corning Gorilla Glass 5 to protect the Quad HD+ display The smartphone comes inMidnight Black Orchid Gray Deep Sea Blue and Maple Gold 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