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While Patel brought up his fifty in 83 balls, left-arm spinner Karsh Kothari (4-72) and pacer Dhawal Kulkarni (4-69) were the chief wicket-takers. (Source: ANI) Top News Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday addressed a rally at Aishbagh Ram Leela ground in Lucknow, Earlier in the day,Union Home minister Rajnath Singhand UP Chief Minister Akhliesh Yadav welcomed PM Modi at the airport Before the PM’s address Rajnath Singh went on stage and said Prime MinisterNarendra Modi proved to the world that India is no longer ‘weak’ For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Sana Sarosh Meghna Jain | Mumbai | Updated: October 21 2016 2:02 am Ae Dil Hai Mushkil poster at Regal (Express Photo by Pradip Das) Top News After 12 Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) workers were arrested on Wednesday for protesting at Metro Cinema before the release of Ae Dil Hai Mushkil prominent personalities spoke out against the party’s attempt to hold the city hostage Tasneem Zakaria Mehta managing trustee and honorary director of Mumbai’s Dr Bhau Daji Lad Museum said: “I love my country what is happening in Kashmir is very unfortunate and it really upsets me but we need to have a law-abiding society MNS can’t hold people hostage just because they don’t agree with them Why don’t they (MNS) go out and raise funds for the families of the jawans or do something productive How can they question our patriotism” She added “When the movie comes out I will definitely go watch it I am a huge Karan Johar supporter” Several artistes found it outrageous that the MNS was attempting to override the censor board Anand Patwardhan documentary filmmaker said: “After the censor board clears the film nobody has the right to stop the screening India is not a country where anyone can take the law in their hands” Sudheendra Kulkarni of the Observer Research Foundation (ORF) who has been a victim of the Shiv Sena’s similar protests against Pakistani artistes in India said “The government should provide protection to the film When the censor board has given approval to the movie there shouldn’t be any superior body that can control it I am not a movie lover nor am I excited about the movie but I strongly recommend people to watch the film and support India-Pakistan relations” Another artiste who has had an earlier run-in with censorship stand-up comedian Tanmay Bhat said he was glad the police took prompt action “Kudos to the cops and the government for taking action And congratulations to the MNS for getting so much air time despite having just one MLA” he said Anuvab Pal also a stand-up comedian playwright screenwriter and novelist who has worked with Karan Johar in the past said he would definitely watch the movie and added that he applauds a strong government that stops any sort of vandalism For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Appu Esthose Suresh | Muzaffarnagar | Updated: July 30 2014 10:48 am Khushnuma sports the bangles she received from her father Fahimmudin on Eid at Joula relief camp in Muzaffarnagar Tuesday Source: Oinam Anand Related News Eid-ul-fitr was supposed to be a day of celebration filled with exchanges of greetings gifts and warm hugs Instead in an open field next to a power transmission station in Joula Muzaffarnagar district 240 families still residing in makeshift camps only have stories of despair to share For this year’s festivities their tents are knit together by little comfort under canopies worn out by a harsh winter a harsher summer and lashings of rain The Indian Express visited two relief camps — Joula and Malakpur — in Muzaffarnagar district where last year’s riot-hit refugees offered bowls of kheer laced with their bitter tales Mohammed Taiab a 35-year-old cloth merchant from Lisad village shared the story of his last Eid perhaps the last of his fond memories before riots broke out in the district last September He would have begun the day with Salat-al-Eid that would’ve marked the end of 30 days of roza followed by prayers at the local kabaristan where his ancestors are buried exchange of gifts a feast and visits to neighbours and family On Tuesday as he returned from the morning namaaz the auspicious day had brought gifts only for the youngest of his three children Five-year-old Wasim Khan was lucky to get a new T-shirt; both his elder sisters had to make do with crushed Rs 10 notes “Eid is supposed to be celebrated We could afford it when I had my land and job This is my 11th month in the camp the government has not recognised us and we have received no compensation” says Taiab Even the kheer is just a keepsake They’ve had to cut down on the ingredients “It is these small joys that keep you going in life” says Taiab Lisad was one of the worst-affected villages of last year’s communal clashes between Jats and Muslims in Muzaffarnagar district Yet the relief camp in Jhola has not been recognised by the state administration A few tents away from Taiab’s Wasim Akram bedecks his daughter-in-law’s hands with glass bangles Akram’s three sons work outside the district but they are here to celebrate Eid Only on Monday Akram had led the argument to send back a month’s ration sent to them by the district administration in the wake of the festival “Either they give us ration for 11 months or none We don’t need this favour from the government” At another end of the camp Fahimmudin is occupied with worry His daughters were married off at the camp but the families of the grooms are yet to accept them The father has not been able to give the grooms Rs one lakh which was promised as marriage assistance for riot-hit victims According to the refugees 135 marriages have happened in the past 11 months Twenty kilometres away the Malakpur relief camp wears a deserted look At some point in the last year Malakpur was the largest camp housing 700 families There are barely 100 families now — mostly landless labourers who do not wish to return to their Jat-dominated villages The morning’s namaaz was read inside a makeshift pandal erected in the field Mohammed Sahin stretching on his charpoy lamented about breaking tradition Instead of his local cemetery and masjid which he alleged was destroyed he had to offer prayers at a kabaristan nearby where he has no relations buried “It is fate But god is merciful He will find a solution” he says as others line up to voice their complaints The state government it would seem has no solutions For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related Newstwitter. “We do not find anything in the script which questions the sovereignty and integrity of the country or the state, ? 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