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that of the exceptional wicketkeeper-batsman-captain. him or her.Dior went on to create the provocative Poison, "safed hai cement Kala hai tar. Abki bar Modi Sarkar (Cement is white Tar is black thus Mod govt) while another goes "Mooh mein aayi dakar isliye ab ki baar modi sarkar" There’s Batman too who replies ‘Ab Ki Baar Modi Sarkar when Jokers asks ‘Do you know how I got my scar" From Twinkle twinkle little star Alok Nath’s Sanskar it can all be linked to the Ab ki baar Modi sarkar You can check out some of the funniest slogans on the Wishpicker blog which did an excellent photos version of the memes by clicking here On Twitter too people have been sharing these memes extensively Here are our best selections: Liam Neeson says Modi Sarkar too Image from Twitter Rooting for his Sarkar Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Ab ki baar Modi Sarkar The compulsory Alok Nath meme Even Batman and Joker are discussing this And so is the Rock By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: February 9 2017 4:07 am Top News Three days after it issued a notice to the secretary of the Delhi social welfare department Dilraj Kaur over the “shocking” conditions at the Asha Kiran home for mentally challenged persons the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) on Wednesday issued summons to her In its summons the commission took “strong note of the fact that despite the passage of stipulated time information sought has not been provided” The unexplained and unnecessary delay caused in the matter the DCW said is likely to prejudice the case Watch What Else is Making News Issuing a notice to the secretary on February 5 the commission had sought a reply on various points concerning the conditions at Asha Kiran in Rohini Asking the secretary social welfare to reply within 72 hours the DCW chairperson Swati Maliwal had said: “The matter is extremely serious and concerns the life and liberty of the residents” The commission asked if the secretary was aware of the conditions in Asha Kiran and what measures the department had taken to rectify them In a surprise visit on February 4 the DCW had pointed out a number of lapses in the Delhi government-run home for mentally challenged persons “Shockingly completely nude women were roaming around in the corridors Moreover the corridors of the dormitory had CCTV cameras installed which are being monitored by male staff” the DCW stated The commission observed that the home was severely short-staffed with just one attendant in a dormitory housing 153 inmates Summoning the secretary the commission wrote “…considering the extreme gravity and critical nature of the issues which concern the life and liberty of the residents of Asha Kiran home you are hereby summoned to appear before the Commission for the purpose aforementioned on February 11 2017 at 11 am” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Nihal Koshie | Published: July 22 2013 3:21 am Related News The return of Ashwini Akkunji to the Indian squad for the Moscow World Championships next month adds a dash of experience and raw speed to the young but talented group of quarter-milerswho have their sights set on defending relay titles at next year’s Commonwealth Games and the Asian Games The inclusion of Asian Games double gold medallist was along expected lines An eleventh-hour attempt by the Athletics Federation of India during the Asian Athletics Championships held in Pune earlier this month to draft Ashwiniwho had just completed a two-year baninto the squad was squashed because it failed to get the clearance of the technical delegation The committee refused to give the hosts a concession to alter their original team But good tidings came when the emergence of new talent was confirmed as the squad comprising NirmalaTintu LukaAnu Mariam Jose and MR Poovamma won gold at Pune and stopped the clock well within the 3:3300 qualifying standard for Moscow Nowwith Ashwini back in the squad that includes latest track sensation Poovamma and with Luka showing great promise in the 400 metresthere is hope of improved timings and podium finishes at Glasgow and Incheon but Moscow will be a different kettle of fish The gold medal at the Asian Athletics Championships in Pune was the ninth that the women’s relay team had won at this competition But the dominance at the Asian level will count for little when you have to compete against the best in the world A glance at the season leading lists of 2013 puts the Indian squad’s timing of 3:3226 from Pune only at No35 Moreoverthis timing wouldn’t have been good enough for even a bronze medal at the New Delhi Commonwealth Games and is over three seconds slower than what Ashwini & Co recorded at the Guangzhou Asian Games But with 12 months to go for Glasgow and a little longer for Incheonthe women’s relay squad has time on their hands to work towards reliving the glory of Delhi and Guangzhou Nihal is a senior assistant editor based in New Delhi [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Gaurav Gogoi | Updated: April 23 2015 12:05 am Time and again we see that the Narendra Modi government listens only to corporate interests From the land acquisition bill to the steamrolling of environmental clearances big business appears to be calling the shots Related News The BJP government has attacked Greenpeace with the full force and might of the state The globally recognised rights organisation has been branded a “threat to India’s economic security” Earlier this year a staff member was not allowed to board a flight to London to speak to British parliamentarians despite having a valid visa After the courts ruled against that order in a new move the ministry of home affairs has suspended the registration of the NGO under the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act (FCRA) The motives behind the BJP government’s attack on Greenpeace are unclear The home ministry seems convinced that Greenpeace and other NGOs receiving foreign funding are acting in the interest of Western countries Yet they don’t have the same concern about foreign direct investment in defence telecommunications and insurance or about the activities of the numerous multinational companies operating in India I and many others do not wholeheartedly support the approach of Greenpeace or for that matter its beliefs Neither do I have any personal involvement in Greenpeace’s support for public protests against coal-based energy plants Coal is a necessary fuel for India to provide electricity to millions of poor people But I am proud of our nation’s democratic values Our country is built on a tradition of social movements such as the Chipko Andolan public protests and every voice as equal If the government silences dissent the difference between a democratic India and a communist country becomes indistinguishable Time and again we see that the Narendra Modi government listens only to corporate interests From the land acquisition bill to the steamrolling of environmental clearances big business appears to be calling the shots The treatment of Greenpeace and other activist groups in the country is just one example of a worrying trend The government keeps repeating its mantra that it is for economic growth whatever the cost The Congress believes that economic growth must be accompanied with social justice for everyone especially the poor and the marginalised The voices of the landless tribals farmers and forest dwellers must be heard and development should not erode our environment and precious limited natural resources This is a fine and difficult balance to achieve and requires every voice to be heard It is necessary that the BJP government introspect on the path it has chosen The writer is a Congress MP and representsKaliabor Assam in Lok Sabha For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shubhra Gupta | New Delhi | Updated: August 1 2015 4:24 pm Drishyam movie review: The second half is where ‘Drishyam’ and Ajay Devgn– both take time to get into their groove– come into their own and we get an interesting view of the age-old theme of crime and punishment Related News ‘Drishyam’ sets us up for a couple of welcome things: a plot which piques our curiosity and a leading man retracting from the brink An unwelcome intruder disrupts the placid progression of a man devoted to his family leading to a shocking event Will their life ever be the same again Vijay Salgaonkar (Ajay Devgn) is a ‘fourth class fail’ self-made orphan who has climbed his way up to a modest little business of his own He runs a cable outfit in a sleepy Goa village with the help of a young assistant and watches films with an obsessive passion often spending nights in front a screen His pretty wife (Shriya Saran) and two bubbly daughters vie for his attention and we see them do stuff that regular folk do: outings to nearby Panjim joshing at the dinner table Into this idyll walks in a brash teenage boy with an unconscionable demand and ruin stares them in the face (Read: Reasons why Drishyam could be a must watch this weekend) The disappearance of the boy who turns out to be the son of top cop Meera Deshmukh (Tabu) and her wealthy businessman husband (Rajat Kapoor) and the investigation that follows makes up for the rest of the film Vijay is under the scanner the beady eye of corrupt sub-inspector Gaitonde (Kamlesh Sawant) fixed on him and his family The premise is engrossing enough and there is enough of a pay-off when things gather steam but the film tries our patience in the languid build-up The second half is where ‘Drishyam’ and Ajay Devgn– both take time to get into their groove– come into their own and we get an interesting view of the age-old theme of crime and punishment How far can a man go to protect his family Where does the line between right and wrong blur And how does real-life and reel-life feed off each other and can the intersection throw up smart answers to near-unsolvable problems A clutch of films have trudged a similar path in the past year most notably the Malayalam ‘Drishyam’ and the Tamil remake ‘Papanasam’ both written and directed by Jeethu Joseph The Hindi remake also called ‘Drishyam’ credits Joseph’s ‘original story’ even though its central conceit bears more than a passing resemblance to the super-popular Japanese thriller ‘The Devotion of Suspect X’ Drishyam movie review: Ajay Devgn is a trifle stilted (the effect of those buffed-biceps pumped-up characters he has been playing in such awful tripe as ‘Action Jackson’ wearing off slowly) but it is good to see him try on a ‘character’ for size after a long gap Both the formidable Mohanlal and Kamal Haasan respectively were terrific the latter playing up a hyper-emotional core to the hilt the former parlaying his knowing wryness as well as only he can Ajay Devgn is a trifle stilted (the effect of those buffed-biceps pumped-up characters he has been playing in such awful tripe as ‘Action Jackson’ wearing off slowly) but it is good to see him try on a ‘character’ for size after a long gap The film which stays mostly faithful to the original but has a few inserts could have been better if it had been tighter And if Ajay Devgn had someone other than Shriya Saran (the two don’t quite fit) opposite him Tabu too is off-and-on catching the inflection of her tough cop-soft mom sides sometime and coming off stiff at others The fluid Kapoor on the other hand is effective So is Sawant as the brutal policeman who is frighteningly easy with his fists Finally though the film holds In the way it unravels for us the street-smartness of a near-illiterate man intent on protecting his family at any cost and how forgiveness can sometimes lead to a kind of acceptance And in the way it delivers the stinging twist to the tale Star Cast: Ajay Devgn Tabu Shriya Saran Ishita Dutta Rajat Kapoor Kamlesh Sawant Director : Nishikant Kamat For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Updated: February 29 2016 9:55 am Mark Rylance accepts the award for best actor in a supporting role for Bridge of Spies at the Oscars (Source: AP) Related News British star Mark Rylance won the best supporting Oscar for his role of KGB agent Rudolf Abel in Steven Spielberg’s Cold War-set drama “Bridge of Spies” Rylance 56 triumphed over Sylvester Stallone (‘Creed’) who had to return empty handed despite winning the Golden Globes and Bafta “I’ve always adored stories hearing them seeing them… So for me to get a chance to work with one of the greatest storytellers of our times Steven Spielberg has been such an honour I am so pleased our film has been nominated so many times It’s a wonderful time to be an actor right now” Rylance said while accepting his Oscar trophy Critics loved Rylance’s stoic portrayal of Abel who is apprehended and tried for espionage in the US before being returned to Soviet Russia in a spy exchange Initially wary of New York lawyer James Donovan who is defending him Abel and Donovan develop a trust despite the hostile atmosphere A three-time Tony winner Rylance has a long stage TV and film career He appeared in theatrical performances of “Much Ado About Nothing” “Twelfth Night” and “Boeing Boeing” among many others His notable films include “Prospero’s Books” “Angels and Insects” “Intimacy” “The Other Boleyn Girl” and “Anonymous” Other than “Bridge of Spies” Rylance also won acclaim for playing Thomas Cromwell in the 2015 BBC Two miniseries “Wolf Hall” In his speech Rylance acknowledged fellow nominees in the supporting actor categories including Stallone (‘Creed’) Christian Bale (‘The Big Short’) Tom Hardy (‘The Revenant’) and Mark Ruffalo (‘Spotlight’) Oscars coverage Live For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Rio De Janiero | Published: August 15 2016 1:05 am Ekaterina Makarova and Elena Vesnina beat Swiss duo Martina Hingis and Timea Bacsinszky (Source: Reuters) Top News Russia’s Ekaterina Makarova and Elena Vesnina beat Swiss duo Martina Hingis and Timea Bacsinszky 6-4 6-4 to win Olympic gold in the women’s doubles on Sunday The victory in a sparsely attended final gave Russia its seventh gold medal of the Rio Games and first in tennis Former world number one and five-time grand slam singles title winner Hingis came out of retirement to become one of the world’s top doubles players winning several titles including this year’s Australian Open with partner Sania Mirza However the Russian pair who have played together consistently since 2012 and won two grand slam tournaments outmatched Hingis and Bacsinszky with deft serve-and-volley play in two quick sets For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 13 2016 3:35 am The O’Donovans took silver behind French scullers Pierre Houin and Jeremie Azou (Source: Reuters) Top News Ireland’s Paul O’Donovan isn’t asking for much out of his post-Rio future he’d just like to talk to someone other than his brother and teammate Gary The O’Donovan brothers secured their country’s first medal in rowing and first of the 2016 games on Friday taking silver in the men’s lightweight double sculls The pair whose father first brought them out on the water in a double scull in 2001 blended their lives seamlessly in their quest for Olympic glory – perhaps too seamlessly “We’re almost like the same person We’ve spent so long together the past years” said Paul 22 “We’re just excited that there’s other people to talk to We can’t even talk to each other because it’s like talking to myself” The O’Donovans took silver behind French scullers Pierre Houin and Jeremie Azou who completed the course in 6:3070 The Norwegian team claimed bronze While Gary 23 said the brothers’ goal had been to win their event the pair were in good spirits at a post-race press conference where they joked and discussed plans to celebrate “We always say the sport of rowing is hard enough” said Gary “If you don’t have fun it’s going to be even harder so we try to make it as easy as we can” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsUnless you’re living in a cave gone!as he scored impressive 102 runs.co/E3TqiPS5qo — Bigg Boss (@BiggBoss) November 30, 2012 2:04 am Related News North Municipal Corporation on Thursday increasedlocal area development funds allotted to councillors to Rs 1. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Los Angeles | Published: March 1.

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