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who was stabbed to death on Tuesday after he objected to people consuming drugs,” he said. “Khatron Ke Khliladi”,I did not know that evidence should not be washed away, he said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsParis: Centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-right leader Marine Le Pen have emerged as winners of the first round presidential vote in France Independent centrist presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte Trogneux arrive at their home in Le Touquet Paris Plage northern France AP The result clears the way for a straight two-way fight between the pair in a run-off on 7 May with opinion polls flagging Macron as the favourite Here are some of the international reactions to Sunday’s vote: European Union European Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker congratulated the pro-EU Macron and wished him "good luck" in the run-off Juncker’s spokesman tweeted "To see the flags of #France and the EU greet the result of @emmanuelmacron it’s the hope and future of our generation" tweeted EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini Voir les drapeaux de la #France et de l’#UE saluer le résultat de @emmanuelmacron c’est l’espoir et le futur de notre génération — Federica Mogherini (@FedericaMog) April 23 2017 Michel Barnier the European Commission’s chief negotiator on Britain’s withdrawal from the EU hinted at concerns Le Pen could lead France away from the bloc "Patriot and European I will put my trust in Emmanuel Macron on 7 May France must remain European" the Frenchman tweeted Patriote et européen je ferai confiance le 7 mai à Emmanuel Macron La France doit rester européenne — Michel Barnier (@MichelBarnier) April 23 2017 Russia Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Russia "respects" the result and is "in favour of building good and mutually beneficial relations" Russia has appeared as a keen backer of Le Pen who met President Vladimir Putin in a surprise visit to Moscow ahead of the vote Germany Chancellor Angela Merkel’s spokesman wished Macron "all the best for the next two weeks" "It’s good that Emmanuel Macron was successful with his course for a strong EU and social market economy" Steffen Seibert said in a tweet Gut dass @EmmanuelMacron mit seinem Kurs für eine starke EU + soziale Marktwirtschaft Erfolg hatte Alles Gute für die nchsten 2 Wochen — Steffen Seibert (@RegSprecher) April 23 2017 Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel expressed confidence that the 39-year-old would be France’s next president "I’m sure he will sweep away the far-right rightwing populism and the anti-Europeans in the second round" Social Democrat Gabriel said in a video posted on Twitter during a trip to Amman @sigmargabriel zu #Frankreichwahl: Bin froh dass @EmmanuelMacron Wahlen anführen wirdEr war der einzige wirklich pro-europische Kandidat pictwittercom/ML94mEdk28 — Auswrtiges Amt (@AuswaertigesAmt) April 23 2017 Writing on Twitter he added: "I’m glad that @EmmanuelMacron is leading the field He was the only truly pro-European candidate" Austria The head of the Austrian far-right FPOe Heinz-Christian Strache congratulated Le Pen on her "historic success" "Europe’s patriotic spring can celebrate another success and step forward. The old established parties and their discredited representatives will gradually disappear into insignificance all across Europe They have been ruining Europe for years" he said on Facebook Strache said that because "established French parties" were backing Macron it would be a "wonder" if Le Pen won the second round "But the system like in Austria is on the brink It is just a question of time More and more citizens have had enough of the system politicians responsible for the current disaster" Britain Former Conservative finance minister George Osborne the recently appointed editor of London’s Evening Standard newspaper hailed a good result for the centre "Congratulations to my friend @EmmanuelMacron Proof you can win from the centre At last the chance for the leadership that France needs" he tweeted Congratulations to my friend @EmmanuelMacron Proof you can win from the centre At last the chance for the leadership that France needs — George Osborne (@George_Osborne) April 23 2017 Denmark Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen expressed cautious optimism that former banker Macron would emerge victorious over Le Pen "Congratulations @EmmanuelMacron We should await the final election but Europe needs an openminded and reform oriented France => Good luck" Congratulations @EmmanuelMacron We should await the final election but Europe needs an openminded and reformoriented France => Good luck — Lars Lkke Rasmussen (@larsloekke) April 23 2017 Norway Norwegian Foreign Minister Borge Brende whose country is not a member of the European Union tweeted: "We need more not less cooperation in #Europe" We need more not less cooperation in #Europe Positive that @EmmanuelMacron is projected to win first round of #franceelections — Brge Brende (@borgebrende) April 23 2017 The Netherlands Geert Wilders Dutch MP and leader of the anti-Islam anti-immigrant Freedom Party swung behind Le Pen welcoming the result as a "bright day for patriots in France and elsewhere who want more national sovereignty and less EU and immigration "I have just sent her my sincere congratulations Now on the way to a vigorous second round I am hoping for a President Le Pen" Congratulations sent to Marine Le PenA day of celebration for all Patriots in EuropeOn to the 2nd round and the Presidency pictwittercom/bpZoKU2xvZ Geert Wilders (@geertwilderspvv) April 23 2017 With inputs from AFP Kremlin-backed broadcaster launches French language news channel in wary Paris | Reuters World Reuters Dec 19 2017 00:47:07 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Dec 19 2017 00:47 AM | Updated Date: Dec 19 2017 00:47 AM Tags : #Reuters Also See And he left the audience charmed. Police may also conduct a video-conference with the victim for identifying the other accused. Police had sought custody of the accused for a week to recover the articles stolen from the victim and arrest the others. He showed good mobility and a soft shooting touch (57 percent from the floor) to go with a 7-5 wingspan, would be imparting training on Incident Response System (IRS),t intend to run away.

has been asked by the state government to approach the hospital for setting up a unit here. Mani tells Aaliya that it happens in all the relationships and he will talk to Adi about it. primarily to build a safe and nurturing environment for my family that will allow them to live a safe and fulfilled life. You cannot represent that badge. The dastardly attack must be condemned in the strongest possible terms, she said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | Mumbai | Published: June 22 2012 3:38 am Related News Former state minister Pritam Kumar Shegaonkar died here this morning following a massive cardiac arrest He was 76 and is survived by wifetwo sons and two daughters Shegaonkar was a legislative council member elected from the Assembly quota and belonged to RPI (A) His secretary Gangadhar Waghmare said the leader suffered a stroke this morning He was rushed to Bombay Hospital but was pronounced dead on admission The funeral will take place in Aurangabad Shegaonkar was Minister of State for HousingSlum ImprovementRepairs and ReconstructionKhar lands and Social Justice in the Vilasrao Deshmukh Cabinet For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Saritha Rai | Published: May 21 2012 3:25 am Related News Can the idli-vada-dosa chain take on the MNC At Bangalore fast food chain Vasudev Adigasa wholesome meal of two fluffy idlis and a crunchy vada served with chutney and tangy sambar costs less than Rs 40 As evidence of its ample popularityits clientele spans several socio-economic groups Men and women in business clothing throng its air-conditioned outlet by the metro station on MG Road A middle class crowd mills about the self-service stations in the congested Majestic Area outlet Competition is ferocious In each of the neighbourhoods that Adigas servesseveral multinational chains woo diners aggressively Round the corner from Adigas MG Road outletMcDonalds offers a burgercoke and fries lunch in a Rs 55 Super Lunch deal Across the street is a KFC outletwhose ads press young Indians to hang out at the chain with friends A few steps away is an outlet of Subwaywhose parent company has just announced that it will have 1000 stores in India by 2015 Nowthe idli-vada-dosa chain has to take on the multinationals by marrying the artisanal quality of its south Indian recipes with the slick formats of the multinationals Very few Chennais Saravana Bhavan is one have dared It is not going to be easy In a city blanketed by foreign fast-food chainsAdigas has a mere 15 outlets Its owner Vasudeva Adigas ancestors trace back to the west coast where the Udupi and Darshini restaurants originated Adiga founded the chain in 1994inspired by the success of his parents Brahmins Coffee Bar situated in the charming Shankarapuram area That tiny roadside eatery has a menu five items longbut crowds pack the pavement outside Adigaarmed with the recipe book borrowed from his motherhas chalked up a plan: he wants to grow his chain quicklytake it beyond Bangalore and touch a hundred outlets That is no mean task South Indian fast foodby definitiondefies standardisation For generationsinstinct and experience have guided the cooks who prepare the dosa batter and sambar mix But a determined Adiga wants his brand in Indias metros by 2018 He wants the Adigas sign to beckon travellers on major highwaysthough McDonalds and KFC have already preceded him there Soconquering his twin fears of losing control and of outsiders meddling in his businessAdiga has brought in venture capital (Mumbai-based New Silk Route has invested in the chain) South Indias idli-vada-dosa restaurants have remained largely standalone or single-city brands Their owners ambitions have been thwarted by the challenges of standardising recipes and sourcing ingredients For examplethe dosa battera ground mixture of dal and ricedepends on such variables as the quality of watergrinding time and fermenting timebesides the quality of the dal and rice The Adigas chain handles its share of challenges: at the Kannada Sammelana last yearVasudev Adiga provided breakfast lunch and dinner for 100000 attendees Its catering unit is a well-recognised lunchtime brand at multinationals cafeteria in Bangaloresupplying some 50000 lunches daily Its food was relished by guests at the wedding of Infosys co-founder NR Narayana Murthys son to TVS heir Lakshmi Venu But all that cannot see him through the risks of expanding countrywideacknowledges Adiga He is hiring a chief operating officer to take charge of the expansion The chain is corporatising on many others levels Like the multinationalsall sourcing will be centralisedexcept for perishables like vegetables and milk The back-end will be automated by bringing in industrial-style machines to chop vegetables and wash dishes Just like the MNC chainswhich get outside agencies to dice the potatoes just soAdigas too wants to outsource such tasks On their partthe multinationals have learned that India is a price-sensitive market Their offerings now start at Rs 20 They have tweaked and Indianised their menuand included many offerings targeted at vegetarians They give many south Indian idli-vada-dosa darshinisas the stand-and-eat restaurants are popularly calleda stiff fight Adigahoweverhopes his chain will prevail amongst discerning diners Indians may tire of the assembly-line items of the multinationals but the fresh wholesomeness of Adigas south Indian food has enduring appeal?’ Balaji said. Dhanush is said to be playing a local hooligan,the IMF has proposed a new credit arrangement. Top News Delhi Metro will temporarily increase the ceiling of smart card recharge from Rs 1, “I recover well.

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