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later more frequently when the polls approach Notably Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar had ruledout early polls in the state saying he was not in favour ofelections before completion of five years of the government Lucknow:Taking serious note of the killingof five persons over a land dispute in Raebareli ChiefMinister Yogi Adityanath announced financial assistance of Rs 5 lakh each for the families of victims while directingthe IG zone to probe the matter Five persons including a village head were lynched bya mob allegedly for land grabbing in Apta village in Unchahararea of Raebareli district on 26 June "The CM has announced Rs 5 lakh each for the families ofvictims IG zone Lucknow has been directed to probe thematter within 10 days and ensure justice for the aggrievedfamily members" an official spokesman said State BJP spokesman Shalabh Mani Tripathi toldreporters here that "Our government is sensitive and thoseinvolved in the killing will not be spared The financial assistance to the family members has been announced and theywill also get justice" He said law and order was on top priority of thegovernment and no compromise will be done on this front By: New York Times | Published: August 26 2014 12:04 am Related News By Benedict Nightingale Richard Attenborough who after a distinguished stage and film acting career in Britain reinvented himself to become the internationally admired director of the monumental Gandhi and other films died on Sunday He was 90 Until the early 1960s Attenborough was a familiar actor in Britain but little known in the US In London he was the original detective in Agatha Christie’s play The Mousetrap On the British screen he made an early mark as the sociopath Pinkie Brown in an adaptation of Graham Greene’s Brighton Rock (1947) But it was not until he appeared with his friend Steve McQueen and a sterling ensemble cast in the 1963 war film The Great Escape his first Hollywood feature that he found a transatlantic audience That performance established him in Hollywood and paved the way for a series of highly visible roles He was the alcoholic navigator alongside James Stewart’s pilot in The Flight of the Phoenix (1965) a survival story about a plane crash in the desert He won back-to-back Golden Globe Awards for best supporting actor: first in The Sand Pebbles (1966) also starring McQueen set during China’s civil war in the 1920s and then in the whimsical Doctor Dolittle (1967) playing Albert Blossom a circus owner alongside Rex Harrison as the veterinarian who talks to animals In The Chess Players (1977) by the renowned Indian director Satyajit Ray he was a British general in 19th-century India Years later Attenborough became known to a new generation of filmgoers as the wealthy head of a genetic engineering company whose cloned dinosaurs run amok in Steven Spielberg’s box office hit Jurassic Park But for most of Attenborough’s later career his acting was sporadic while he devoted much of his time to directing Gandhi (1982) an epic but intimate biographical film was his greatest triumph With the little-known Ben Kingsley in the title role the film traces Mohandas K Gandhi’s life as an Indian lawyer who forsakes his job and possessions and takes up a walking staff to lead his oppressed country’s fight for independence from Britain through a campaign of passive resistance ending in his assassination Among the film’s critics were historians who said it contributed to myth-making portraying Gandhi as a humble man who brought down an empire without acknowledging that the British exhausted by World War II were eager to unload their Indian possessions Nevertheless Gandhi was nominated for 11 Academy Awards and won eight including best picture best director best cinematography best original screenplay and best actor (Kingsley) Attenborough brought the film to fruition after a 20-year battle to raise money and interest often reluctant Hollywood producers one of whom famously predicted that there would be no audience for “a little brown man in a sheet carrying a beanstalk” (Attenborough ended up producing it himself) Attenborough mortgaged his house in a London suburb sold works of art and as he put it spent “so much money I couldn’t pay the gas bill” No one expected it to recoup its $22 million cost but it wound up earning 20 times that amount After Gandhi came a 1985 adaptation of A Chorus Line Michael Bennett’s musical about Broadway hoofers It was a misfire — a faithful but uneasy translation to film Attenborough had more success with Cry Freedom (1987) a stirring look at the friendship between the anti-Apartheid fighter Steve Biko (Denzel Washington) and a journalist (Kevin Kline) in South Africa in the 1970s Five years later after a hiatus from directing Attenborough returned with what was largely considered to be his biggest flop: Chaplin a long sprawling biography of the silent film star Charlie Chaplin Like many of Attenborough’s movies the story of Chaplin the lowly born clown who defied the odds by achieving world renown celebrated courage and endeavour “All my work questions the establishment authority intolerance and prejudice” he said Yet his life was entwined with the establishment He was made a Commander of the British Empire in 1967 He was knighted in 1976 made a baron in 1993 and given a seat in the House of Lords He was variously chairman of the British Film Institute Channel Four Television Capital Radio and the British Academy of Film and Television Arts and president of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts If his heroes were those who challenged institutions from without he sought to effect change from within He was credited with inspiring Diana Princess of Wales whom he coached in public speaking at Prince Charles’s urging to start her campaign against land mines In his maiden speech in the House of Lords he criticised the government for neglecting the arts Christopher Hart writing in The Sunday Times in London called him “an ennobled Champagne socialist of the old school a mass of good causes and inconsistencies” Richard Samuel Attenborough was born in Cambridge on August 29 1923 the eldest son of Frederick Attenborough an Anglo-Saxon scholar who became the principal of University College Leicester and his wife Mary a writer who crusaded for women’s rights and took in Basque and German refugees The Attenboroughs adopted two Jewish sisters who had arrived in Britain from Berlin in September 1939 too late for them to be sent safely to relatives in New York He returned to directing in 2007 with Closing the Ring a romantic drama starring Shirley MacLaine But the prospective film that had come to preoccupy him almost as much as Gandhi a biography of Tom Paine remained unmade at his death In 2008 in collaboration with his longstanding associate Diana Hawkins he published an autobiography Entirely Up to You Darling The book chronicles a full and eventful life But it ends with the death of his daughter and granddaughter in the 2004 tsunami and his regretting the time he never spent with them “Work” he wrote “always took precedence” For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | New York | Published: July 5 2017 8:40 pm Otto Porter Jr agrees to sign an offer sheet with the Brooklyn Nets (Source: AP) Top News Following his best NBA season Otto Porter Jr has a big offer to join the Brooklyn Nets It appears he’ll be staying right where he is in Washington Porter has agreed to sign an offer sheet with the Nets a person with knowledge of the details told The Associated Press on Wednesday The Wizards plan to match the offer and keep Porter according to the person who spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because contracts can’t be signed until Thursday The Vertical first reported that Porter had agreed to sign a four-year $106 million offer sheet with the Nets Under NBA rules the Wizards would then have two days to match the offer since Porter is a restricted free agent Porter finished fourth in voting for Most Improved Player last season after averaging 134 points and shooting 434 percent from 3-point range fourth-best in the league The No 3 pick in the 2013 draft from Georgetown was one of the keys to a Washington team that reached the second round of the playoffs The Nets tried the restricted offer route twice last summer and fell short both times Portland matched the Nets’ offer to Allen Crabbe and Miami did the same with Tyler Johnson For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Updated: February 16 2017 7:31 pm Several restaurants have planned how they would work without the employees (Source: Thinkstock Images Lizzie/Twitter) Top News Restaurants in the US are all set for ‘A Day Without Immigrants’ on February 16 As part of the plan immigrants across Washington plan to skip work for the campaign to boycottDonald Trump’s immigration policies?