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"There are serious doubts about the role,’ If you had to choose between the two,Devjibhai’s dance move- clumsy as it might seem– was definitely more entertaining Evidently this batch of Lok Sabha members are not afraid to show off their extra-curricular skills By: Express Web Desk | Mumbai | Published: August 1 2017 12:30 pm With Bigg Boss already being a popular reality show with a loyal audience it would be interesting to see whether fans will ditch Salman Khan for Shah Rukh Khan Related News News reports on Tuesday suggested that Shah Rukh Khan’s new Star Plus show TED Talks: Nayi Soch is all set to clash with Salman Khan’s Bigg Boss 11 that will air on Colors While Salman will be seen on weekends grilling the contestants over their last week’s performance arch rival Shah Rukh Khan will host influential people from all walks of life on a rival channel at the same time Talking about the clash a source from Star Plus told indianexpresscom “We are still trying to figure out the timings and we are yet to officially confirm it The clash would be inevitable if both air at 9pm But since both have different concepts the shows will find its own audience” With Bigg Boss already being a popular reality show with a loyal audience it would be interesting to see whether fans will ditch Salman Khan for Shah Rukh Khan TED is a nonpartisan nonprofit devoted to spreading ideas usually in the form of short powerful talks TED began in 1984 as a conference where Technology Entertainment and Design converged and today covers almost all topics — from science to business to global issues — in more than 110 languages TED Talks: Nayi Soch will be the Hindi version but with the same 18-minute format SRK who is busy promoting Jab Harry Met Sejal will begin shooting for the show soon Ted Talks India a 14-episode show will go on air from October and will be tentatively a weekly airing only on Sundays Talking about TED Talks: Nayi Soch SRK had earlier said “People will share stories about changes in society in life — whether it’s about the climate dangerous diseases or to help empower women — and all of this will be integrated There are some beautiful stories — both Indian and international — which the team is planning to get on one platform and do a nice mix of Hindi and English speakers I feel it will be a niche show” The adaptation of Big Brother Bigg Boss has become a popular reality show in India And with Salman Khan taking over as the host from the fourth season things have become far more interesting The Tubelight actor has already shot for the promo and the show is slated to go on air from mid-September For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by C Raja Mohan | Updated: December 3 2014 10:32 am With Xi making public his determination to expand China’s defence cooperation with Sri Lanka and Colombo backing his Maritime Silk Road initiative New Delhi can no longer downplay concerns about Beijing’s role in the waters to the south Related News China in Lanka Reports that India has objected to Sri Lanka hosting a Chinese submarine last month are not surprising In September a submarine of the Chinese navy docked at the Colombo port just days before President Xi Jinping arrived in Sri Lanka Last December there were reports that a Chinese nuclear submarine had surfaced in the waters of Sri Lanka With Xi making public his determination to expand China’s defence cooperation with Sri Lanka and Colombo backing his Maritime Silk Road initiative New Delhi can no longer downplay concerns about Beijing’s role in the waters to the south The issue of Sri Lanka’s military ties to Beijing was apparently flagged last week by Defence Minister Arun Jaitley when he met the visiting Lankan defence secretary Gotabaya Rajapaksa who happens to be the brother of President Mahinda Rajapaksa As it bowed to political pressures from Chennai the UPA found it hard to balance India’s genuine concerns about the rights of the Tamil minority in Sri Lanka and Delhi’s other national security interests in the island republic Whether it was voting on Sri Lanka’s human rights record in Geneva training Lankan defence personnel in Tamil Nadu or the prime minister’s travel to Colombo to attend the Commonwealth Summit the Congress leadership simply caved in to pressures from Chennai The NDA government is in a much better position to cope with the competing imperatives in Sri Lanka That Narendra Modi is less vulnerable to Chennai was reflected in his decision to invite President Rajapaksa for his swearing-in ceremony in end-May against the objections of the Tamil parties This in turn has given Modi a little more space to deal more purposefully with Lanka; but not a lot For Modi senses the huge opportunity to expand the BJP’s influence in Tamil Nadu He is also conscious of the fact that Tamil concerns are very much part of India’s overall approach to Sri Lanka Modi has begun well by expanding engagement with all the stakeholders involved in the Lanka conflict including Chennai Jaffna and Colombo The Raj Legacy India has long opposed the military presence of foreign powers in the subcontinent This is a geopolitical legacy of the British Raj that was the paramount power in the Indian subcontinent and the guarantor of peace and stability in the Indian Ocean The Raj ensured that no rival European power would get too close to the subcontinent on the land frontiers or establish a threatening naval presence in the Indian Ocean As the successor state to the Raj independent India adopted this position in its entirety India’s first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru vigorously opposed Pakistan’s bilateral and multilateral military alliances with the United States While seeking to keep other powers out of the region Nehru recognised the importance of providing security to its smaller neighbours He signed security treaties with Bhutan and Nepal after China gained control over Tibet and offered valuable military cooperation to Burma when it faced the threat of a domestic insurgency Nehru had also initiated defence cooperation with key countries in the extended neighbourhood such as Egypt and Indonesia Yet Nehru and his successors have found it impossible to sustain the twin security legacies of the Raj India could neither prevent foreign military presence in the subcontinent nor offer substantive military assistance to its neighbours And as India’s relations with the neighbours frayed over the decades many of them turned to outside powers to counter an India they saw as overbearing and politically insensitive to their concerns Regional Defence Initially India’s neighbours turned to the Anglo-American powers much to the irritation of Delhi Recall the 1980s when Indira and Rajiv Gandhi told Colombo not to host American bases or facilities on its soil Now as a rising China becomes the most important extra-regional partner for India’s neighbours India cannot simply wish away the Chinese influence in the subcontinent Drawing red lines or mounting public pressure on neighbours will not work The only way to limit the scope and structure of China’s security profile in South Asia is to expand India’s own cooperation including in the defence domain with all neighbours The UPA had indeed sought to deepen defence ties with India’s neighbours But it was not a strategic priority for the foreign office the defence ministry or the armed forces Modi must now try and make India the defence partner of choice for its smaller neighbours This will take a while but the policies and institutional framework to get there must be put in place now The writer is a distinguished fellow at the Observer Research Foundation Delhi and a contributing editor for ‘The Indian Express’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: In joining the Paris climate agreement India has taken a bold and decisive step in combating climate change the US has said "We commend Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his leadership and thank all those who have worked on the Agreement over many years" US Ambassador Richard Verma said in a statement on Sunday A file photo of Narendra Modi AFP India’s ratification provides indispensable political momentum to securing entry into force of the Paris Agreement this year sending an enduring and irreversible market signal that low-carbon development is 21st century development which will yield tremendous benefits not only for producers and consumers in India but for those around the world We look forward to continuing our close friendship with India and furthering our work together on climate change and clean energy so that we may provide future generations a world to be proud of and treasure the statement said He has neither the oratory of a Modi nor the everyman sincerity of a Kejriwal but Rahul Gandhi is apparently making sure he has one thing neither of them can boast of right now: Course corrections That’s why his recent interview to Press Trust of India stood out starkly from his debut on Arnab Goswami’s show one he would later describe in an informal meeting with senior editors as an interrogation Nobody knows if he found this round of questioning less like an inquest but his answers to stock questions this election season were certainly better prepared Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi PTI Talking to PTI at his Delhi residence the Congress vice-president knew exactly what he wanted to say about Narendra Modi and his role in the 2002 Gujarat riots Quizzed by Goswami about the 2002 violence Rahul first ventured that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s contention that Modi had presided over the massacre was true?

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