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“I completed a circle today, The aim of the campaign was to build a tempo for BJP parliamentarians to take up the issues vociferously in the Winter Session of Parliament. “There is no doubt about the PM’s demonitisation move, able to hold its own on China’s southern border and capable of becoming a regional security provider, it gained the public’s confidence,one which has already started brewing in our midst. The England spinners managed to get something from the deck, Tom Hiddleston Wins The Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Limited Series for #TheNightManager – Acceptance speech. via: #GoldenGlobes pictwittercom/bvBZ62V5c0 — Tom Hiddleston Page (@Hiddles_Page) January 9 2017 Now read what he wrote as an apology on Facebook “I apologise that my nerves got the better of me” he added In his acceptance speech Hiddleston who won the Best Performance by an Actor in a Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television for his role in “The Night Manager” said: “One night we were having a bite to eat at the canteen where we were staying and a group of young men and women tottered over to the table and we were all having what they call a ‘dirty beer’ in humanitarian language” Here is the Facebook post He added: “They were a group of Medecins Sans Frontieres doctors and nurses And they wanted to say hello because during the shelling the previous month they had binge-watched ‘The Night Manager’” He went on to say that the idea of providing “some relief and entertainment” for people who are “fixing the world in the places where it is broken made me immensely proud” (With inputs from IANS) For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: March 22 2017 5:22 am The Pune traffic police will soon start accepting fines paid via point of sale machines and officials said the Regional Passport Office will get card swipe machines soon Top News Digitisation and going cashless have become the new mantras of the government since demonetisation But many government departments in Pune are yet to digitise their services or even make arrangements for online payments Pune Newsline visited some government departments to take stock of the situation n At RTO: Over four months after demonetisation the Pune Regional Transport Office (RTO) is yet to embrace the government’s cashless mantra While RTO officials claim they are going to move the bulk of the payment system online local residents have had to deal with the inconvenience caused by cash crunch The daily collections at the Pune RTO range between Rs 15-2 crore and these include licence fees registration taxes and more While registration fees are usually paid by vehicle showrooms the license fees and vehicle registration taxes are paid by individuals Green taxes imposed on vehicles that are over 15 years old are paid by the owner of the vehicle Since demonetisation there have been complaints about non-availability of cash to pay these taxes Anil Patil deputy Regional Transport Officer admitted that the office was yet to go cashless Patil claimed that the Pune office along with other RTO offices will soon implement Vahan IV software which will allow online payment of all fees and taxes “Fees and taxes constitute around 50 per cent of the payments and once they go online the software will allow local residents to pay these fees at their convenience… the software has been implemented in Navi Mumbai and Thane… Pune will soon follow suit” he said The office is also going to implement Sarathi IV which will allow online payment of licence fees Patil claimed that the RTO had faced cash crunch only during the peak of demonetisation adding “the situation was normal soon enough” At the passport office the process of acquiring card swipe machines still underway Though it has been four-and-a-half months since the announcement about demonetisation the Passport Seva Kendra (PSK) in Pune is yet to go cashless The Passport Seva Kendra Mundhwa and the Regional Passport Office (RPO) were supposed to get card swipe machines but that has not happened While there’s an option to pay the fees online the applicants still need to pay extra fees in case they are asked to pay penalties and pay a part of the fees in cash for Tatkal applications Those who need to replace a damaged passport also need to pay the charges in cash Atul Gotsurve Regional Passport Officer Pune said “The process of installing card swipe machines at the PSKs and RPOs across India is under process A single agency is going to install the machines at all the venues…” Gotsurve said that since there are several ATMs close to the RPO and PSK Mundhwa those seeking passports had no problems procuring cash At Postal Department Ganesh Sawaleshwarkar Postmaster General of Pune region said that since 9999 per cent transactions at the post office are made with notes of smaller denominations the option of going cashless didn’t seem feasible Other transactions such as purchase of stamps in bulk are done via cheques He said that currently cashless payment facilities such as card swiping machines or online wallets are not available across the counter However with the postal departments of Pune and Mysore recently adopting Core System Integrators all departments will be integrated in six months and digital transactions will be made possible “Much before demonetisation the option of online premium payment and purchasing special postage stamps online was introduced on the web portal Even at post offices when the deposits mature we have the option of transferring the amount to the existing account or paying them via cheque” said Sawaleshwarkar At Chitrapat Mahamandal: The Akhil Bharatiya Marathi Chitrapat Mahamandal (ABMCM) which always dealt only in cash had come to a virtual standstill in the months after demonetisation But the apex body for Marathi films is opening up to digital modes of transaction Almost a month ago ABMCM — where registrations of production houses film titles auditions as well as permission for film shooting subsidy approval membership and membership renewal take place — introduced the facility of payment through credit and debit cards “Only 10-20 per cent of transactions are in cash the rest are either made via cheque or credit/debit card In another one month we will start the facility of online payments” said Meghraj Raebhosale president ABMCM Police & Courts THE functioning of both traffic police and courts which levy and collect fines was severely hampered in the days after demonetisation While traffic police will soon start accepting fines paid via point-of-sale machines courts in Pune are yet to take any steps towards cashless transactions For about a month after demonetisation while traffic police continued to accept notes of Rs 500 and 1000 litigants faced a major problem in court when the latter refused to accept old notes An officer from the planning division of the traffic police said “We have got the point of sale machines for each traffic division and staffers have also been trained… cashless operations will begin soon… individual traffic divisions will get multiple machines making it much easier to collect fines…” However the courts are yet to take any steps in this regard Lawyer and former chairman of Pune Bar Association advocate Milind Pawar said “Litigants found it very difficult for about a month after demonetisation Now the situation has eased as there is enough cash in circulation… but electronic money transfer is yet to be introduced” For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Geeta Doctor | Published: January 19 2012 2:30 am Related News In life as in deathHomai Vyarawalla defied convention It could not be otherwise Dalda 13as she was codenamed in photo-archiveswas a petite Parsi woman from a priestly family in Navsari Hers was a somewhat unconventional family Her father was an actor on the Urdu-Parsi stage And though her family was described as of modest meanseven poor by most accountsthey made sure that she was sent to Bombay for her education where she took an honours degree at Bombay University and a diploma at the JJ School of Art Was it the camera or Manekshawthe man behind itthat first caught her attention He was a photographer and described as the boyfriend who got her started on her career as a photographer No matterhistory records that both were to define her choices As with the important landmarks in her lifeHomai took her first pictures with a box camera at 13married her mentor at 13 andwhen they could afford to buy a carfound that the number plate was marked DLD-13 Dalda 13 was born They were a team He was the Tarzan to her Jane when he introduced her to their first society pictures of a group of ladies taking the air on a beach in Bombay Soon enough she was the Tarzan to his Jane The fact that she was a diminutive woman wearing a sari and holding a camera that weighed as much as six pounds in those early days made her both visible and invisiblea grasshopper perhaps or a super intelligent spider lurking in the undergrowth or in the monumental chambers of Parliament recording the making of a nation Long agowhen talking to a group of Parsi intellectuals who were part of the set that met at the cafe Chetana to debate on matters of mind and artone of them who later became the head of the English department at the Elphinstone College described how they would go skinny dipping in the then pristine waters of Juhu: On moonlit nights we would bathe in the nude and the phosphorous would shimmer down our bodies like spangles? this phased and sustained campaign strategy, while Cordeiro’s close friends allege that he “first used her and then conned her into the contract”.

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