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Tubelight song Nach Meri Jaan: Salman Khan is Aladdin to Sohail Khan’s djinn, watch video

Tubelight song Nach Meri Jaan: Salman Khan is Aladdin to Sohail Khan’s djinn, watch video

If Salman Khan Aladdin, Sohail Khan is his djinn. If Salman Khan needs someone to finish it is Sohail Khan. In Tubelight the Khan brothers become brothers Bisht, the captain and his Bandhu. The last song of the film Nach Meri Jaan is a celebration of the brotherhood, or Bhaihood as Salman and called Sohail. With Salman and Sohail Khan, this subject was composed by Pritam and was written by Amitabh Bhattacharya. Salman Khan shared the song when he wrote: “#NaachMeriJaan Laxman Bharat aur ke Saath Celebrate Bhaihood”, while director Kabir Khan wrote: “The Bisht brothers highlight their Bhaihood in #NaachMeriJaan.”
Previously, Salman celebrated this bhaihood when he took to Twitter and shared a photo with Sohail childhood, wrote: “Bandhu @SohailKhan Captaan aur Bhaihood ka.” We saw the two brothers working together before but some Tubelight looks special. In fact, Salman Khan had said he was in tears when he doubled brother emotional dialogues in the film.

This is the third collaboration between director Kabir Khan and Salman. Previously, the two gave superhits like Ek Tha Tiger and Bajrangi Bhaijaan. The first song by Tubelight called Radio Song was issued before the trailer for the movie and has been made from applause. There is the hook became a favorite of fans of Salman and many have downloaded the YouTube videos in which we see to do so.

Tubelight is based on the American film Little Boy. While the original had a small child signing for his father to return from the war, Salman plays a particularly disabled man whose life revolves around his brother, played by Sohail Khan. When the war between India and China begins, Sohail has to go to war and how the character Salman, Laxman, manages and tests his faith with respect to the film. Chinese player Zhu Zhu Morning and child actor Tangu King also play a major role in the film. It’s also the latest Om Puri movie. Tubelight released the Eid this year, on July 23.

Congress cries foul over removal of Rahul posters

Congress cries foul over removal of Rahul posters

Hyderabad: Before the visit of Rahul Gandhi, GHMC State Congress sees a TRS-controlled conspiracy behind kidnapping cuts, banners, banners and photos erected in and around the city to welcome ACEC Vice President. In reaction to this, the civic corps finds that it follows its own code and added that it did not skimp either the minister of the municipal administration K T Rama Rao.
On Wednesday, the day before a one-day visit to Rahul Sangareddy, GHMC field staff began removing all flags, banners and posters erected by Congressional workers. “The municipal minister KT Rama Rao puts pressure on the GHMC to remove the banners and posters from Congress.” The TRS rule feels unstable. “The TRS realized that people are aware that the state government has done nothing for The last three years and now the Rahul public meeting will keep the unemployed young people away from the TRS, “said Congress Youth Staff President Anil Kumar Yadav. CCTP President Uttam Kumar Reddy says he has hired To almost all legitimate sites available and advertising space advertising on the road Trapped by Rahul Begumpet Airport through Sangareddy Kukatpally. “The rule should be the same for all political parties and GHMC should eliminate even the TRS flags and posters if erected on the street posts and other places in the city,” he said.
The Secretary of State at the Youth Congress and the media social support Venkat Grijalva said that they changed the strategy after the GHMC staff began removing the host flags, banners, posters and clippings in Kukatpally, Serilingampally, BHEL and Patancheru. We decided to lift banners and other Begumpet Airport documents from Sanga Reddy after midnight, “he said. He said the collector Sangareddy also threatened to reserve cases against Congress workers to erect signs in public places without permission. We dared to reserve cases against us. We are ready to go to jail, but everything will welcome Rahul Gandhi. When Congress was in power, it allowed each party to raise flags and banners. TRS Why does you feel so scared about the popularity of Rahul Gandhi, “he said.
GHMC Commissioner Janardhan Reddy told TOI that only the illegal signs and signs were withdrawn.

White House says it has granted 14 ethics waivers to staff

White House says it has granted 14 ethics waivers to staff

Michael Catanzaro, a former lobbyist for oil and gas, can help shape the Trump administration’s energy policy. Shahira Knight may weigh in on pension issues even though she has already worked for Fidelity, a financial company specializing in retirement services. The White House on Wednesday released on its website ethics exemptions granted to four former lobbyists and others who have joined the government. In all, the White House has obtained 14 exceptions to ethics.
The revelations came after a dispute between the Office of Government Ethics and White House lawyers. Other agencies and executive departments such as Treasury, State and Defense must share similar information with EMB by Thursday. The Office of Management and Budget responded to the EMB data request last week saying it had issued a zero waiver.
As part of Washington’s commitment to “drain the swamp,” President Donald Trump prohibits high-level officials involved in the executive from working on “special” government matters involving former clients or employers for two years. President Barack Obama has imposed similar restrictions on his employees and ethics granted waivers. The White House is also represented by these exceptions on its website.
Exceptions to the Trump administration include four former registered lobbies. The rest is for other employees whose new government functions can overlap with their previous private jobs. Many are “global” exceptions for groups of employees.
Exceptions to the White House were examined by White House lawyer Don McGahn and Stefan Passantino, leading ethics. The White House said this is just waivers if these lawyers consider it too embarrassing for the person to use ethical issues brought on by their previous jobs.
“Whenever possible, lawyers worked with each member of the team to reconcile adversarial behavior rather than seeking waivers, which resulted in the limited number of exceptions granted,” said Lindsay Walters head of White House spokeswoman.
Certain exceptions cover the most important employees of the White House. For example, there is a “general” waiver which indicates that all presidential persons “may participate in communications and meetings with news organizations relating to general issues.” This opens the way, ethics, Steve Bannon, former CEO Breitbart and now head of strategy for Trump, remind reporters on the news site.
This is important because Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, a group funded by transparency liberals who filed numerous complaints against the Trump administration had argued in a complaint that Bannon violated ethics pledge to talk to their former employees. Another waiver explicitly allows Kellyanne Conway, Third Trump, to contact and interact with clients of her polling company.
Joshua Pitcock, who was the only lobby group in Washington and Indiana, now serving as Chief of Staff Vice President Mike Pence is authorized under a waiver to stay in the room when the problems involved are Indiana.
“It is important that you can communicate and know the state of Indiana, and disqualification from these meetings or communications would limit the ability of the Office of the Vice President to effectively realize the priorities of the administration,” said his resignation.

Exxon vote shows Wall Street diverging from Donald Trump on climate change

Exxon vote shows Wall Street diverging from Donald Trump on climate change

Major investors have advised US industry on Wednesday that climate change is important, even as reports surfaced that President Donald Trump plans to withdraw the United States from an international pact to fight global warming. A number of large corporate institutional funds, including BlackRock Inc, the world’s largest asset manager, supported a shareholders’ resolution asking Exxon Mobil Corp to share more information on how new technologies and regulations on climate change could have An impact on the activities of the largest public oil company in the world published.
The proposal was supported by 62.3 percent of the votes. Victory over a wide margin was hailed by climate activists as a turning point in its decades-long campaign to encourage oil and gas companies to reveal how they would adapt to a low-carbon economy.
Activists argue that US companies should be more transparent about the impact of global warming, even if the United States withdrew from the Paris climate agreement in 2015, as Trump promised during his presidential campaign.
“Economic forces beyond any other consideration,” said Anne Simpson, director of investments for sustainability of the pension system for employees in California Advertising, one of the sponsors of the resolution. She attributes large investors to Exxon for change, since at least some of them changed their votes after last year, while a similar measure only earns 38% support. “We have seen a radical change in their views,” he said. Many high-level investors now consider their vote on shareholders’ proposals “on merit, instead of considering it as a test of leadership loyalty,” he said.
Among Exxon’s major investors, Vanguard Group Inc. and BlackRock Inc. opposed the call last year for reports on climate change. A Vanguard spokesman, who holds about 7 percent of Exxon shares, declined to comment on his vote this year. A person familiar with the matter said that funds managed by BlackRock, which contain about 6 percent of Exxon’s shares, voted in favor of the climate resolution. Do not expect the documents that indicate your exact votes for months. However, fund companies and others have taken action since last year to facilitate the support of climate resolutions. A spokesman for ninth investor Exxon Northern Trust Corp. Doug Holt said he had voted in favor of the proposal, citing its own updated guidelines in 2016.

The focus of investment firms reflects a new interest in climate issues among their own investors, who have made money in ‘green’ investment funds and other vehicles using environmental factors in their actions.
Wall Street priorities have changed the terms of the debate over a number of other energy and utilities companies. Most shareholders voting for Occidental Petroleum Corp. and PPL Corp. requested similar reports on the risks of climate change. Voting for the other two measures is planned for June 7 at Devon Energy Corp. and Hess Corp. in
Michael Crosby, who participates in the education of members of the Capuchin Franciscan Midwest, said Wednesday’s vote was a rejection of Exxon’s arguments, which already provides sufficient details about his prospects. “The street is, you need to give better evidence,” Crosby said.
Once the measure adopted, Exxon CEO Darren Woods said his board reconsidered its climate communications. Activists are now faced with the task of maintaining alliances with leaders such as timbers opposed to their resolutions, but in some cases supported by the Paris agreement of 195 countries. Exxon said in a March 22 letter to the White House that the Paris agreement was “an effective framework to address the risks of climate change.”

Sopore encounter: Two militants killed in Jammu and Kashmir's Baramulla district; massive combing operation on

Sopore encounter: Two militants killed in Jammu and Kashmir’s Baramulla district; massive combing operation on

Two militants were hiding in a house in the Sopore Baramulla district of Jammu and Kashmir, who were killed in a clash with security forces.

A military officer in charge of operations continues in the region. Security forces launched a sealing and registration in the Natipora area in Sopore, around 3:30, after receiving information on the presence of militants there, a police officer. Battle of guns said. The two terrorists helped launch their men in Grenada Wednesday in the town of Sopore, where four policemen were injured.

The meeting comes when the situation in the valley was already precarious after the assassination of Sabzar Ahmad Bhat, commander of Hizbul Mujahideen and successor Burhan Wani in a shootout with security forces.

Bhat with another activist Faizan, died Saturday in a clash with security forces at the Saimoo in Tral.

Security forces are increasingly facing the reaction of the demonstrators and killers in cold blood after knowing these operations. It is increasingly likely to worship the hero after the assassination of prominent activists.

The situation in Kashmir had deteriorated after meeting Bhat when the separatists called a strike to protest the assassinations of militants. The Hurriyat Conference also called for a “March to Tral” on May 30.

Authorities have imposed a curfew in seven regions of the police station in the old town and to Mysuma as a precautionary measure. However, thousands of Kashmiris challenged strict restrictions on attending funeral prayers.

People shouted slogans against India and in favour of freedom while the body of death commander Hibzul Mujhaideen was carried on shoulders, angry young men faced off to take the body of funeral orations.

Before being killed Saturday Bhat had escaped from the safety net often reprotedly with the help of torrential mob area. It is believed that the cordon of the security forces last month in 20 villages in the southern Kashmir Shopian was catching Bhat, who said he was hiding in the area but managed to escape.

There have been several cases of crowds who like to throw stones at the forces to stop these operations against militancy in Kashmir. Security forces have also sometimes suffered losses as a result of these incidents.

On 24 May, a similar incident was reported when terrorists, including alleged Kashmiri leader Lashkar-e-Taiba (LET), Abu Dujana, escaped from the security network of the security forces in the Pulwama district . In another incident in March, a group of nine heavily armed rebels were taken in a camp near Kakapora. However, when the troops moved, hundreds of villagers armed with stones led the campaign to help the terrorists.