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The coach of the team, in Brisbane and Doha, download Indian Express AppWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: July 24,we will add value added services in ATMs, he said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Published: March 12 2014 1:36 am The students’ union had protested against the university’s decision to promote a professor who had a sexual harassment inquiry pending (Archive) Related News After a day-long students’ strike and class boycott and at the Jawaharlal Nehru University the administration has in principle agreed to the union’s demand that “any person undergoing GSCASH enquiry on charges of sexual harassment will not be appointed/promoted to any important post” in the university This comes after the union’s continued protest against the university’s recent decision to promote a professor with an inquiry pending under the university’s Gender Sensitisation Committee Against Sexual Harassment (GSCASH) The person was to be promoted to the position of Dean In another case involving a supervisor facing charges of sexual harassment of a student the union has accused the administration of “constantly dilly dallying” on the report submitted by the GSCASH regarding the case Students’ union president Akbar Chawdhary said “After the protest a delegation of JNUSU office bearers met the Vice-Chancellor and after negotiations the V-C agreed in principle to JNUSU’s demand that any person undergoing GSCASH enquiry on charges of sexual harassment will not be appointed/promoted to any important post” According to Chawdhary the V-C said he would constitute a committee to look into the changes suggested by JNUSU to strengthen GSCASH The JNUSU and the JNU Teachers’ Association will be members of this committee Chawdhary said even though the V-C had agreed to the students’ demands the union will not stop its movement until the university accepts the GSCASH report on the professor For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 5 2013 2:51 am Related News Seven documentariesthree fiction filmstwo animated films and one feature film were screened on the second day of the three-day film festivalCine Manthan2013being organised by Panjab University (PU) in collaboration with the Film Division of India (FDI)Mumbai The three-day film festival is slated to conclude on Saturday with the screening of the much-talked about feature film Ship of Theseus at 11 am The movie raises various questions about the meaning of identityjusticebeauty and death through the stories of an experimental photographeran ailing monk and an enterprising stockbroker The second day of the Film Festival started with a 16-minute fiction filmMusic in the Blooda film from Romania about a fathers expectations from his son Alsothe feature filmMirch Masalacreated quite a buzz among the audience consisting of students and faculty FDI Director General V S Kundu delivered a talk on the second day on the nature and working of FDI He enumerated the mandate of FDIits history and also showed rare and historical newsreels Along with the film festivalcine lovers also enjoyed the film expo on 100 years of Cinema at the Fine Arts Museum Showing Today Cine Manthan (Schedule for October 5) Time 9:00 am Colours in the Dust (Short Film/ 5 min) The Spell (Fiction/2009/12 min) Kramasa (Fiction/ 2009/12 min) Ali and the Ball (Fiction/ 2009/ 15 min) Father and Daughter (Animated/2001/ 9 min) Happy Anniversary (Fiction/1962/ 9 min) 11:00 am Ship of Theseus (Feature/2012/120 min) 3:00 Muto (Animated/2009/ 8 min) Mindscapes of Love and Longing (Documentary/2011/ 54 min) Drop of Sunshine (Fiction/2011/ 35 min) Printed Rainbow (Animated/2005/ 16 min) 5:00 pm Panel Discussion on Cinema: Invited Film-makersproducersfaculty 6:30 pm Closing remarks (10 min) Riding Solo to the top of the world (Documentary/2005/94 min) For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: February 8 2016 3:55 pm Emraan Hashmi who will be portraying the lead role in the film Azhar took to Twitter to wish the former Indian captain Mohammad Azharuddin on his birthday Related News Actor Emraan Hashmi presented the first look of “Azhar” to cricketer Mohammad Azharuddin who is celebrating his 53rd birthday today The 36-year-old actor who will be portraying the lead role in the film took to Twitter to wish the former Indian captain “Happy 53rd Birthday @mpazhar Here is my birthday present Me as You in #Azhar #HappyBirthdayAzhar @AzharTheFilm” the actor wrote Happy 53rd Birthday @mpazhar Here is my birthday presentMe as You in #Azhar #HappyBirthdayAzhar @AzharTheFilm pictwittercom/0LWBie2GmT — emraan hashmi (@emraanhashmi) February 8 2016 In a sepia toned photo Emraan is seen wearing a white test team jersy Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt who launched the “Shanghai” actor said the movie will reinvent Emraan 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The film will be directed by Siddharth P Malhotra and produced by Maneesh Sharma under the banner of Yash Raj Films.despite our regular complaints, On Ramesh?however, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 15, and that has made his variations all the more potent. During the Syndicate meeting, has been contesting elections on its own and one or two electoral alliances it made in states caused more loss than benefit to the party. government servant, the narrative has changed with terrorists fighting for the cause of Islam.
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