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Legal challenges to a regulation made by TRAI? “Aren’t you supposed to be running the country?” he asked Trump Streisand too expressed her solidarity with Streep saying “I thought that (Streep) said what she said beautifully” “I completely agree with Meryl It was a heartbreaking moment and so beneath the dignity of the presidency let alone any respectful person What we need more in this world is kindness and common decency and what he did and how he reacts and how he has the need to talk back and insult anybody who doesn’t agree with him that’s pretty disgraceful” the veteranactress-singer said Late Night show host Seth Meyers too focused on Trump calling him “Meryl Streep of having thin skin” Meyers pointed out that Trump’s Twitter antics have not changed since he was voted into office He also mentioned a Washington Post article that quotes Trump saying people call him “the Ernest Hemingway of Twitter” “I would say you’re just the Ernest of Twitter Seriously if Ernest Hemingway heard you say that he would kill himself again” More from the world of Entertainment: Meyers also took aim at Trump’s tweets on Monday calling Streep “overrated” “Overrated She’s so good people use her to compliment people in other professions Like LeBron James is the Meryl Streep of basketball or Donald Trump is the Meryl Streep of having thin skin” he said Streep’s speech which also included a passionate appeal for inclusivity has created quite a ripple For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsNew Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party on Friday said it will approach the Election Commission against Congress leader and Law Minister Kapil Sibal for allegedly distributing water purifiers in his Lok Sabha constituency "The water purifiers bear the Congress’ symbol This proves that he has violated the model code of conduct and we will approach the Election Commission" AAP leader Sanjay Singh said Sibal in this file photo AFP AAP’s Ashutosh will be standing in election against the Kapil Sibal who is currently MP from Chandni Chowk constituency in New Delhi Kapil Sibal’s other opponenty from the constituency could be BJP’s Vijender Gupta As Firstpost had earlier noted the constituency had a "sizeable baniya (business community) vote and a large number of Muslim and Dalit voters which could be the deciding factor" in this year’s election With inputs from IANS Written by Sonup Sahadevan | Mumbai | Updated: February 13 2016 9:11 am Fitoor and Sanam Re have not exactly opened to rave reviews Viewers who we interviewed at a multiplex and single screen theatre were divided in their opinions some having liked both and others having expressed their strong disapproval Related News It’s the Valentine’s weekend and aficionados can relish two love stories at the box-office starting today (February 12) – Fitoor and Sanam Re And both these movies have not exactly opened to rave reviews Viewers who we interviewed at a multiplex and single screen theatre were divided in their opinions some having liked both and others having expressed their strong disapproval (Read:Fitoor review: Katrina Kaif Aditya Roy Kapoor’s film spares no one not Kashmir not Delhi) The standout point for many in Fitoor was Katrina Kaif and her sizzling beauty Her acting failed to impress the viewers and the same could be said about Aditya Roy Kapoor who too viewers felt was not up to the mark in terms of acting One viewer felt the storyline replete with its complexities was better suited for multiplex audience rather than single screen ones Music of the film was appreciated by the majority along with Tabu’s brilliant performance (Also Read:Sanam Re Review) Sanam Re on the other hand offered viewers great cinematographic delight in the form of visually stunning locales Pulkit’s performance found quite a few takers However audience felt the two actresses were disappointing in their roles Both movies saw very less number of footfalls for morning shows With the Valentine’s weekend kicking in it remains to be seen which love story will catch viewers’ attention Click here to watch what the audience have to say aboutFitoor and Sanam Re For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: September 6 2015 7:52 pm Jason Tham who was born in New York and brought up in Delhi remembered his childhood days while he was shooting for a few episodes for “Agent Raghav” in Delhi Related News Choreographer-actor Jason Tham who will be seen as agent Bikram in TV show “Agent Raghav” got nostalgic when he visited Delhi while shooting for a few episodes for the new crime-drama series Jason who was born in New York and brought up in Delhi remembered his childhood days while he was in the capital earlier this week “Jantar Mantar is one of the most prominent tourist places but for me it’s a flashback of my childhood I have come here so many times with my family and friends and every time I would stare at every structure here with great wonder Share This Article Related Article “All of them still have the same effect on me In fact more since I hardly get to see them now” Jason who currently resides in Mumbai said in a statement Jason has previously appeared in shows like “Dil Dosti Dance” and “Dosti… Yariyaan… Manmarziyan” “Agent Raghav” which will feature actor Sharad Kelkar in the title role will premiere on Saturday on &TV For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Amitav Ranjan | New Delhi | Updated: April 7 2016 5:28 am Related News PRIME Minister Narendra Modi is holding a meeting Thursday to consider a roadmap from a panel of Secretaries by which profitable PSUs will be asked to revive closed-down urea plants of Hindustan Fertiliser Corporation (HFC) and Fertiliser Corporation of India (FCI) This is a sharp departure from the Cabinet decision last year to restart FCI’s Sindri and Gorakhpur and HFC’s Barauni units by roping in private firms to bid for them Share This Article Related Article On March 15 Niti Aayog chief executive officer Amitabh Kant made it clear at a meeting of Secretaries that “financially sound PSUs NTPC Oil & Natural Gas Corp and CIL should be mandated to revive these units as has been decided at the highest level” Incidentally these three closed urea units were among eight closed by the previous NDA government following Cabinet approval on September 5 2002 even as the Sindri plant was fully utilising its production capacity and was given the “Best Production” award after coming out of the sick category Sources said the onus to revive the sick units fell on PSUs following “poor response” of the investors to an auction for Sindri and Gorakhpur after a Request for Quotation (RFQ) was floated last September seeking private sector interest For each location FCI was to provide land and infrastructure for 33 years to the successful bidder for a fee payable in four yearly instalments The investor would have to set up a 127- million-tonne plant (initial cost estimate: Rs 6000 crore) and share the annual revenue with FCI irrespective of its profit or loss “In view of single response against each RFQ the bidding process was cancelled…In spite of several decisions of the Empowered Committee to attract investors the RFQ for revival of these units were not successful and it is apprehended that investors’ response may remain subdued even after making the terms and conditions more attractive” the Fertiliser Secretary said at the meeting according to records accessed by The Indian Express The idea now is to provide “assured market and additional concessions” for these plants so that the “PSUs do not face any viability issues and their investments are fully protected” While deciding that the revival scheme would be “fast tracked” Niti Aayog wants Department of Fertilisers to prepare “detailed information brochure of each unit highlighting all the assets including its land and other infrastructure the required investment the expected returns on investment and other supports to be provided by the government” Another concession being talked about is viability gap funding to GAIL Ltd in pumping Rs 8000 crore for the first phase of Jagdishpur (Uttar Pradesh)-Haldia (West Bengal) pipeline project that would feed natural gas to these three plants GAIL however wants the Centre to provide “capital grant/compensation on loss of revenue due to less utilization of the pipeline network during the early years of its operation” GAIL also wants the Centre to direct the Petroleum & Natural Gas Regulatory Board to take a lenient stand while fixing transportation tariff on grounds of securing equitable distribution and adequate availability of gas in public interest NDA’s revival proposal is borrowed from UPA’s approval in April 2007 to restart all eight plants An Empowered Committee of Secretaries recommended the revival of FCI’s Sindri Ramagundam and Talchar units on nomination and the rest via open bidding process On March 31 last year the NDA Cabinet approved the revival of HFC’s Barauni and FCI’s Gorakhpur both non-operational since 2004 This was followed two months later by a similar approval to restart the Sindri plant that last produced urea in 2002 Besides Niti Aayog officials the March 15 meeting was attended by officials of Finance Fertiliser Coal Petroleum and Power along with GAIL and NTPC officers For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express AppWritten by Sandeep A Ashar | Mumbai | Published: April 20 2016 5:26 am Draft Development Control regulations (2014-2034) are expected to be unveiled later this week Express Archive photo Top News Norms for compulsory open spaces around buildings in Mumbai are all set to be eased increasing the buildable area of plots The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation which is currently revising the Development Control (DC) regulations applicable to the city has planned some sweeping changes to planning requirements for a building projects even as it retains current levels of permitted floor space index (FSI) for most of Mumbai Another significant plan is to liberalise parking norms for making developers provide more off-street parking spaces Also the BMC could collect ‘development charges’ from each project while doing away with powers to grant various concessions in planning requirements and the premiums collected on it Share This Article Related Article These are some of the likely inclusions in the crucial chapters on FSI and planning norms for building projects in the draft DC regulations (2014-2034) which are expected to be unveiled later this week While existing regulations require builders to set aside an area equalling at least a third of the height of the building above ground level as compulsory open space to ensure proper light and ventilation senior civic officials said the revised regulations could ease this norm to one-fifth of the building height The compulsory open spaces — to be provided on all sides except the front — are insisted upon to ensure proper light and ventilation to the building A senior official said the move to ease open space norms followed a series of meetings that civic officials held with private town planners architects and developers where it was pointed out that the current norm was challenging to meet in the case of several small plots undertaking redevelopment While the existing norms provide the municipal commissioner with the discretion to extend concessions in these requirements for ‘genuine hardships’ on payment of premiums calculated on ready reckoner values several allegations contending misuse red-tape and graft while granting such concessions have been raised in the recent past “We are expecting that the proposals to grant concessions for open space deficit will significantly decrease following the relaxation in norms” said a senior civic official involved in the formulation of the revised regulations The catch for the BMC is that it earns an average Rs 500 crore annually through open space concessions which it expects would be halved under the proposed new regime On similar lines the BMC is also working on a plan to permit more free-of-FSI areas for parking spaces and minimise or do away with the need for seeking concessions on payment of premium for deficit in parking norms The BMC has already proposed to allow 40 per cent of recreational open spaces around a building to be replicated on a podium Following a meeting with representatives of the Maharashtra Chamber of Housing Industry (MCHI) and Practising Engineers Architects and Town Planners Association (PEATA) on Monday it is considering to increase the cap by allowing 10 per cent space to be created on the podium Further deciding to provide more elbow room to builders and architects to plan space inside an apartment the BMC has decided to do away with mandatory norms for sizes of various rooms and heights that are provided in the existing regulations “These will now be provided in the form of guidelines that flat purchasers and developers can refer to” said a senior official To curb unethical practices by developers the civic body plans to push for inclusion of these dimensions in the sale agreement instead Developers unable to meet the size norms are currently required to seek special permission from the municipal commissioner Meanwhile in the case of parking requirements the civic planners have reasoned that there was a need to create more parking space inside a building to discourage parking on the roads Currently a builder is permitted to construct free-of-FSI one parking space for every four residential tenements measuring over 377 sq ft one parking space for every two residential tenements of size ranging from 484 sq ft to 753 sq ft and one parking space for each such tenement above 753 sq ft Sources said this would be ‘liberalised’ further for creation of more parking space In fact sources said the civic body was considering allowing one parking space free-of-FSI for each sale tenement Parking spaces reserved for motorcycle parking too are expected to be offered free-of-FSI for smaller apartment sizes Civic officials however pointed out that the move to minimise grant of concessions was expected to adversely hit the corporation’s revenue The BMC currently amasses Rs 5000 crore through various development premiums To compensate for this revenue shortfall the civic body is considering the option of levying a development charge of 1-15 per cent of ready reckoner values for the additional built-up area made available above the basic zonal FSI To cushion the impact for builders a senior civic official said the option of collecting this on installment basis depending on the stage of construction was being explored Further sources said the BMC might also request the state government to increase the rate of collection of off-site infrastructure charges for redevelopment of colonies located on MHADA layouts It also plans to request for decrease in the government’s share of premium for compensatory fungible FSI from 50 per cent to 25 per cent though sources said the government was unlikely to accept this request The BMC has turned down a demand from the builders to increase FSI for the entire city It is expected to retain the existing FSI of 2 in the suburbs While a basic FSI of 133 is available in the island city at present this is expected to increase to an FSI of 2 with the government expected to permit loading of transfer of development rights (TDR) in city areas too Builders could however benefit with the civic body planning to allow some more building areas — electrical ducts fire ducts garbage chutes and double-heighted entrance lobbies — free of FSI On Monday developers pushed for an increase in the base FSI to 25 but the civic planners do not favour the move The civic administration has also turned down a request to renew provision to allow architectural features such as niche flower beds etc free of FSI The provision was discontinued in 2012 following complaints of excessive misuse However a proposal to permit building fins — an architectural feature — free of FSI up to a particular limit is being considered according to sources WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top News The teachers are also very helpful and we manage the school together. 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