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and then enforce them.com For all the latest Mumbai News, What sort of skills did you have to learn for the film?it was also seen at Ratwara.?it might have come for them, said Aksharpal who owns a farm near the Air Force Station For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAhmedabad: Congress president-elect Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday alleged that Gujarat’s ruling BJP had "distorted" his image using money and manpower Campaigning for the Gujarat Assembly polls ended On Tuesday Speaking to Gujarati news channels a day ahead of the second and final phase of polling Gandhi expressed confidence that the Congress would win File image of Congress leader Rahul gandhi twitter @INCIndia The results would be "zabardast" Gandhi said "We will not only get a majority you will be surprised by the results" Gandhi who will formally take over as party president later this week said he believes in the truth and speaks the truth Asked if he had had an image makeover Gandhi said "There was no makeover BJP workers used money to distort the reality of Rahul Gandhi. a lot of money was put into this" They deployed a lot of people so that Rahul Gandhi’s (my) image could be damaged he said "I believe in the truth I speak the truth Now the truth is coming out and they are not able to see it" he said Questioned on his temple visits during the campaign the Congress leader asked in turn "Is there a ban on visiting temples I go to temples as I like to go there" The results of the 9 and 14 December polling for the Assembly elections will be announced on 18 December By: Express News Service | Published: March 3 2016 6:24 am Republican candidate Donald trump (Source: AP) Related News The dust has settled after Super Tuesday but the battle for nominations to the US presidential contest has just begun Donald Trump has done well for himself prompting a spike — reportedly of 1150 per cent — in Google US searches on how to move to Canada With seven states in the bag Hillary Clinton is neck and neck with the real estate billionaire But the spotlight is on the reality TV star who would bend reality itself to his will The New York Times which has built a sort of web computer with fiddly little sliders to figure out the contenders’ chances for nomination predicts that Trump stands a very good chance if he continues to win even if it is by unimpressive margins This factor would be decisive after March 15 when the rules of the game allow states to fix delegates on the principle of winner takes all Some analysts have suggested that Trump could be nominated even with a third of the vote However the same logic would allow his Republican contenders to recoup their losses in the weeks ahead The likeliest outcome — Clinton versus Trump for the White House — is also the most wished for if only because of its entertainment potential How will the sophisticated and politically correct Clinton face off against her opposite number a gold-plated bling-size redneck who would build great walls to keep out Muslims and immigrants proposes to wrest back jobs from India and China and does not deny the endorsement of the Ku Klux Klan Opinion is divided on whether she will brush him off like a bloated bug or just curl up in a foetal position After witnessing Trump’s prowess in recent weeks the two possibilities are equally real While it is the perfect form of government democracy is not without its terrors For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: September 18 2017 1:35 pm Police said the four men who live in Parel had allegedly opened a manhole to allow water to drain out that day after heavy rains hit the city flooding large parts of central Mumbai (File photo) Related News Four persons have been arrested in connection with the death of gastroenterologist Dr Deepak Amrapurkar who died after falling into an open manholewhile walking along a flooded street during torrential rains in Mumbai on August 29 Police said the four men who live in Parel had allegedly opened a manhole to allow water to drain out that day after heavy rains hit the city flooding large parts of central Mumbai Dr Amrapurkar who practiced at Bombay Hospital was on his way to his home in Prabhadevi when his car got stuck in a flooded road near Elphinstone Road railway station Police said “As he was very close to his home he informed his family that he would walk the rest of the way but was sucked into the open manhole His body was found in a drain in Worli two days after his disappearance The Dadar police have booked the four men under section 304 (A) (causing death by negligence) Further investigation is underway For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe Congress on Sunday accused the NDA government of destroying theAadhaar programme and called the FIR againstThe Tribuneand its reporter "unfortunate" Alleging that the government had "dictatorial" tenancies Congress said that the NDA has been silencing every voice of dissent "It is acting like a dictatorship Whenever intellectuals and the media tries to point out problems the government files FIRs against them This is the parochial mindset of government" Congress spokesperson Shobha Oza said Representational image News18 Slamming the Narendra Modi government Oza said"Instead of helping the poor it has become a tool of spying and surveillance" "It was created to help the poor enjoy benefits of various government schemes" Oza said while criticising the present dispensation for trying to link everything to the Aadhaar programme The Congress also took potshots at the prime minister for changing his stance on the programme digging out a 2014 tweetin which he brought up possible security issues with the biometric programme when Manmohan Singh was prime minister On Aadhaar neither the Team that I met nor PM could answer my Qs on security threat it can pose There is no vision only political gimmick — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) April 8 2014 "Four years later he wants to link everything to Aadhaar So there no security issues now’ Oza asked Claiming the governmentdid not respect the privacy of Indians as it fought against making privacy a fundamental right Congress also stressed privacy concerns surrounding Aadhaar "Privacy is an important issue We have seen it on 4 May 2017 when the Modi government had on record accepted data breach in the Aadhaar scheme The Attorney-General while defending the move to make Aadhaar mandatory for PAN cards told the apex court that “one cannot have an absolute right over his or her body” This uncovers the intent intentions and intentionality of the Modi government with respect to sensitive issues like privacy" Congress said in a statement A senior official of theUnique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) earlierfiled an FIRagainstThe Tribuneand its reporter Rachna Khairafor an articlewhich reportedly exposed the ease with which anybody can steal Aadhaar-related data The accused were booked under Indian Penal Code Sections 419 (punishment for cheating by impersonation) 420 (cheating) 468 (forgery) and 471 (using as genuine a forged document) Charges were been registered under Section 66 of the Information Technology Act and Section 36/37 of the Aadhaar Act The Tribune investigation The 3 January report claimed that it took just Rs 500 and 10 minutes for the newspaper to get an access through an "agent" to every detail of any individual submitted to the UIDAI including name address postal code (PIN) photo phone number and email The newspaper said it had paid another Rs 300 to an "agent" who provided "software" to facilitate the printing of the Aadhaar card after entering the Aadhaar number of any individual The Tribune also claimed to have found in its investigation that the racket may have started around six months ago when some anonymous groups were created on WhatsApp These groups targeted over three lakh village-level enterprise operators hired by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology under the Common Service Centres Scheme (CSCS) across India offering them access to UIDAI data CSCS operators were initially entrusted with the task of making Aadhaar cards across the country but were withdrawn later The service was restricted to post offices and designated banks to avoid any security breach in November last year UIDAI slams The Tribune for misreporting A day after the report was published the UIDAI issued a statement denying any breach or leak of Aadhaar data "The Aadhaar data including biometric information is fully safe and secure" the authority said in a statement calling the report in The Tribune "a case of misreporting" "UIDAI assures that there has not been any Aadhaar data breach" the statement said adding that the data was secure with a "robust uncompromised security" The authority said it had given search facility for the purpose of grievance redressal to designated personnel and state government officials to help residents only by entering their 12-digit Aadhaar numbers The grievance redressal search facility the statement said "gives only limited access to name and other details and has no access to biometric details" It said the authority maintains complete log and traceability of its search facility and any misuse was traceable With inputs from IANS Written by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: August 12 2009 2:05 pm Related News With swine flu cases rising in Maharashtathe state government ordered closure of all schools and colleges in Mumbai for a week and cinema theaters for three days on Wednesday A senior government official said the decision was taken as a precautionary measure in the wake of rising cases of deadly viral infection in the statewhich has recorded 11 swine flu deaths so far Several city schoolsincluding Rims International in AndheriJ B Vacha School in Dadar and Dhirubhai Ambani School in Bandra KurlaArya Vidya MandirUtpal Sangvi School in Juhu and Cathedral school had already announced their closure for a week on August 10 The state government had on Monday ordered closure of schools and colleges for a week in worst-affected Pune Theatres and multiplexes in the city were also shut for three days For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News The newspaper described Deepika’s look as “Bollywood blunder: Indian actress Deepika Padukone may be stunning but her swamp green bralet and skirt combo did nothing for her sensational figure.things can improve. although an entry into the semi-finals will guarantee him at least a bronze.m 17. 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