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“I don’t know who it is, As per some viral pictures and videos on social media,Manveer is already married and has a five-year-old daughter too Also read |Bigg Boss 10: Manveer Gurjar’s life turned upside down from a new look to new attitude Watch |Big Boss 10 Winner Manveer Gurjar’s Wedding Video His wedding pictures and videos are doing the rounds of internet telling altogether a different story from what Manveer and his family portrayed In fact Manveer’s sister-in-law in a recent interview to India Today spoke about the qualities she wants in Manveer’s future wife While on the show Manveer was seen developing a close friendship with co-contestant Nitibha Kaul and the duo even earned fans who called them ‘NitiVeer’ and wanted them to become a couple in real life too Manveer however has denied having any feelings for the Delhi girl See Manveer Gurjar’s wedding pictures Wait what Bigg Boss 10 winner Manveer Gurjar is already married here’s picture proof http://s.tco/qNDx3MxO9z pictwittercom/J4aZB0CQal — RaHUL (@Rahul_IsRed) January 31 2017 Whaaat #BiggBoss10 Winner Manveer Gurjar Is Already Married – See Photos Here http://s.tco/VbRB2hiwvapictwittercom/aBgS3kh0DC — #BIGGBOSS #UNSEEN (@AwazShab) January 31 2017 WATCH VIDEO |Manveer Gurjar: I Won Bigg Boss 10 As I Was Genuine Details about his marriage and wife are yet to be out When we tried to get in touch with Manveer we got to know that his mobile was switched off and the Bigg Boss winner also went missing from his own success bash in Noida on Tuesday So it will be some time before we get his reaction Meanwhile a news portal got in touch with Gaurav Chopra who revealed that Manveer once told Bani Judge that he was a father “As far as I can recollect he once told Bani J that he was father to a five-year-old girl Then he turned around and said he was joking I do remember this Of course it is quite possible that he is a married man” the actor told Bollywood Life It further reports that Manveer instead of going home to his family decided to meet his friends first He did not come to his hometown instead went straight to the farmhouse of his friend and has switched off his phone too Apparently his father is quite miffed with Manveer as even the family is unable to contact him The other side of the story says there was such huge crowd awaiting him in his village that he had to beat a hasty retreat and spend time at a friend’s farmhouse WATCH VIDEO |Manveer Gurjar: I Won Bigg Boss 10 As I Was Genuine While it is Manveer’s prerogative to reveal his personal information one wonders what made him lie about his marital status Even when speaking to indianexpresscom he had said he won Bigg Boss 10 because he was genuine It seems this quality s under fire after the wedding video surfaced For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: March 21 2017 12:46 pm Venkatesh to play wrestling coach in Guru Top News The first look of Venkatesh from his upcoming sports drama Guru has left the fans excited and wanting to know more about his character Although the film has already gained popularity because of its Tamil and Hindi versions which starred R Madhavan it is the look of Venkatesh which gives the Telugu one a fresh feel The trailer of the film has released and it wouldn’t be wrong to say that Ritika Singh who had made her debut with Hindi film Saala Khadoos has gone pretty strong in the portrayal of her character Venkatesh’s character has been revealed in the trailer The romantic star who has always done family oriented roles is for the first time showing his devil side but somehow he fails to convincingly pull off the role as compared to R Madhavan who stood out in the film’s Hindi and Tamil versions Also read |Guru song Jingidi: Victory Venkatesh debuts as a singer and how Watchvideo Venkatesh is a hot-headed boxing coach who discovers a champion in a fisherwoman and trains her to achieve his goals The film is based on the journey of the woman from being just ordinary to someone who can pack some good punches and kicks For those who are unaware Ritika is originally trained in mixed martial arts which made it easy for her to portray the role Watch the trailer: This film is also special for Venkatesh because for the first time he has lent his voice for a song The track titled “Jingidi” is a peppy number composed by music director Santhosh Narayanan Guru is directed by National Award winning filmmaker Sudha Kongara who worked with maestro Mani Ratnam for seven years before taking up direction herself The film will release on April 7 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsSrinagar: Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Wednesday accused the Centre of "slowly doing away" with the conditions on which the accession of the state to the Union of India had taken place saying New Delhi has failed to keep its side of the agreement He said the responsibility of maintaining the basis of Jammu and Kashmir’s accession to India lay more with the Centre than the people of Jammu and Kashmir "We should say this with courage that if the accession of Jammu and Kashmir happened it happened on certain conditions You cannot compare us with Maharashtra Madhya Pradesh Tamil Nadu and West Bengal because they acceded to India without any condition "We had put conditions We said we will join you but it should be your responsibility to look after three things —Finance Communication and Defence Foreign Affairs only — and the rest will be ours This is what we called autonomy What justice is this that even as we stand on our agreement Delhi has not kept its word" the National Conference (NC) working president said addressing party workers on the first death anniversary of the party’s former general secretary Sheikh Nazir Omar Abdullah PTI He said it is an "ironic arrangement" that on one hand you tell us to talk about accession but "you are slowly doing away with those conditions on which that accession happened" "What type of agreement is this If the accession has happened on certain basis it is your responsibility to maintain that basis much more than it is the responsibility of the people of Jammu and Kashmir "I seek forgiveness but they (Centre) have failed to fulfil their responsibility That is why the situation in the state has deteriorated to such an extent" Omar said Referring to the controversy over the state having a separate flag after a BJP member challenged it in a court he said the people of Jammu and Kashmir will protect the state’s flag till their death "We have inherited the state’s flag when we acceded with you (India) but who are you to snatch our flag away This flag is our identity it is our mark The three lines on it are of Jammu Kashmir and Ladakh and we will protect this flag till our death" Omar said Maintaining that the issue of Jammu and Kashmir was political and can only be resolved politically he said it was surprising that some people thought even today that the solution to it lay in money He alleged that PDP wanted only money and not asking for anything political (from the BJP) to form the government in the state "These ink-pot people (symbol of PDP) are not asking for anything political to form the government They want money in their kitty The militant who picks up gun he does not pick it up for money "The issue of Jammu and Kashmir was never of money It is a political issue and has to be solved politically So if (PDP president) Mehbooba (Mufti) sacrifices her political agenda and hopes that people will laud her for getting the money then that will not happen" Omar said He said he will be the first person to laud Mehbooba if she gets any political package for the state "If you (Mehbooba) want to get anything for the state (before the government formation) then you should get a political package and I will be the first person to stand and laud you" he said The NC working president said some people at the Centre were under the wrong impression that the solution to militancy in the state lies in a financial package "No one could get more money than (former prime minister) Bakshi Ghulam Mohammad but even then he could not wipe Sher-e -Kashmir (Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah) out from people’s hearts "Even now some people at the Centre are under this wrong impression that the money will be able to wipe the sentiment from the hearts of the youths of Kashmir which is impossible The solution to that sentiment does not lie in money" Omar said On the issue of government formation by PDP and BJP Omar said he failed to understand why the two parties were not forming the government despite having numbers "They have the numbers in the Assembly Governor’s rule is imposed when no one has the numbers in the assembly which is known as breakdown of constitutional order as there is no opportunity for any party to form a government "Both the parties say they are together and if that is the case then they have numbers and if they have numbers why there isn’t a government" he said Omar however said today people do not care for government formation as the previous PDP-BJP government had washed away all their hopes "Today the situation in the state is such that they (police) are afraid of even handing over dead bodies of militants to the people "We (NC) may have done lakhs of mistakes but we did not take the state to such a situation Today the bodies of militants have to be buried secretly in the border areas of Uri because of apprehension of law and order This is what the government that was here for 10 months has given to J&K People have not benefited in any way" he said Noting that PDP President Mehbooba Mufti was right in saying (during her meeting with the Governor) that she does not have the experience and the ability to run the government Omar said "You get to know about the abilities of the person when he or she sits on the (chief ministerial) chair I am not making fun of her but her understating is right" When Mehbooba said she wants CBMs before forming the government the NC had asked her what her demands were from the Centre but there was no response he added "Then (senior PDP leader) Muzaffar Baig said the party has not demanded any CBMs and that the agenda (of the alliance) is sacred Perhaps they do not understand the meaning of the term sacred and which book is called sacred "One says CBMs other says no CBMs and a third one comes to Srinagar secretly in the night and then leaves without saying anything It is as if they think it is some joke or some game that is being played he said PTI India and Australia on Monday inked six pacts including one aimed at boosting counter-terrorism cooperation after talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Australian counterpart Malcolm Turnbull in Delhi The two leaders held comprehensive discussions on bilateral regional and international issues of mutual interest and concern At a joint press event with Turnbull Modi said they reviewed the entire gamut of ties and took many "forward looking" decisions including one on early holding of the next round of talks on comprehensive economic cooperation agreement Both countries have issued a joint statement Here is the re-production of the joint statement: 1 The Prime Minister of Australia the Hon Malcolm Turnbull MP paid a state visit to India from 9 to 12 April 2017 at the invitation of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi 2 Prime Minister Turnbull called on President Pranab Mukherjee and Vice President Mohamad Hamid Ansari External Affairs Minister Smt Sushma Swaraj called on the visiting Prime Minister Prime Minister Turnbull will also travel to Mumbai for engagements with Indian business leaders and a meeting with the Governor of Maharashtra PARTNERS IN THE INDO-PACIFIC 3 The two prime ministers reaffirmed their commitment to a peaceful and prosperous Indo-Pacific based on mutual respect and cooperation Australia and India share a commitment to democratic values rule of law international peace and security and shared prosperity The strategic and economic interests of both countries are converging which opens up opportunities for working together in a rapidly changing region 4 The prime ministers agreed to draw on the strengths of each country to create jobs and investment and raise living standards Prime Minister Turnbull and Prime Minister Modi agreed that Australia’s resources and experience could support India’s ambitious economic reform path and that India’s strong growth offered opportunities for Australian investment looking for long term stable returns 5 The prime ministers underscored the vital role of people-to-people links and especially of the vibrant Indian-origin community in Australia which makes a strong contribution to Australian society and to the growing bilateral relations Australia is a growing destination of choice for Indian students and the New Colombo Plan is building the knowledge of hundreds of young Australians of India 6 The prime ministers welcomed progress in the flourishing knowledge partnership between Australia and India building on the strong links in higher education skills development and science technology and innovation 7 Recognising that an economically prosperous Indo-Pacific region is underpinned by stability and security the two leaders underscored the importance of respecting the maritime legal order based on the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) Both leaders recognised that India and Australia share common interests in ensuring maritime security and the safety of sea lines of communication Both leaders recognised the importance of freedom of navigation and overflight unimpeded lawful commerce as well as resolving maritime disputes by peaceful means in accordance with international law including UNCLOS STRATEGIC – WORKING TOGETHER 8 The prime ministers committed to deepening the bilateral defence and security partnership They welcomed the significant progress achieved through the bilateral Framework for Security Cooperation agreed in 2014 The two countries have achieved a broad-based defence and security partnership which continues to expand 9 The prime ministers agreed that the bilateral maritime exercise first held in the Bay of Bengal in 2015 (AUSINDEX) will be repeated off Western Australia in the first half of 2018 10 As fellow Indian Ocean nations the two prime ministers also underscored Australia and India’s joint commitment to enhancing regional cooperation in promoting maritime safety and security The leaders welcomed the important role of the bilateral White Shipping Agreement 11 Both countries remain strongly committed to the breadth of their defence ties including through ongoing annual staff talks for Army Navy and Air Forces The two prime ministers recalled the Special Forces Bilateral Exercise conducted in October 2016 and looked forward to the next iteration of the Exercise later this year They also welcomed a decision for the first bilateral Army-to-Army exercise to take place in 2018 They looked forward to the inaugural secretaries’ defence and foreign affairs dialogue in the "2+2" format as a new mechanism to build on the deep strategic partnership As the defence relations expand enhanced defence representation is envisaged on both sides over the coming years New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi with his Australian counterpart Malcolm Turnbull at Hyderabad House in New Delhi on Monday PTI 12 Recognising that terrorism constitutes one of the most serious threats to peace and stability the two prime ministers reiterated their strong commitment to combat terrorism in all its forms and manifestations and stressed that there can be no justification for acts of terror on any grounds whatsoever They asserted that the fight against terrorists terror organisations and networks should also identify hold accountable and take strong measures again stall those who encourage support and finance terrorism provide sanctuary to terrorists and terror groups and falsely extol their virtues They emphasised the need for urgent measures to counter and prevent the spread of terrorism and violent extremism and radicalization and expressed their determination to take concrete measures to step up cooperation and coordination among the law enforcement intelligence and security organisations 13 Noting that both countries have been victims of terrorism the two prime ministers welcomed the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation in Combating International Terrorism and Transnational Organized Crime This overarching security understanding will allow links between Australian and Indian law enforcement border and intelligence agencies to grow – ultimately improving both countries’ ability to address global and regional security threats 14 They also welcomed the Indian Ocean Rim Association’s (IORA) Declaration on Countering and Preventing Terrorism and Violent Extremism adopted at the IORA Leaders’ Summit India and Australia already cooperate closely on counter-terrorism through the bilateral Joint Working Group on Counter-Terrorism 15 The two prime ministers expressed their support for peace stability prosperity security and integrity of Afghanistan They emphasized the need for an early peace and reconciliation through Afghan-owned and Afghan-led process; and called for ending external support for terrorism TAKING OPPORTUNITIES IN OUR REGION AND BEYOND 16 Australia and India share a commitment to strengthening the international rules-based system The two prime ministers agreed to strengthen cooperation across regional and multilateral institutions and coordinate more closely on strengthening the regional architecture 17 The two prime ministers welcomed continued and deepened trilateral cooperation and dialogue among Australia India and Japan They agreed to invest in trilateral consultations with third countries to enhance regional and global peace and security 18The prime ministers committed to working together to strengthen the East Asia Summit (EAS) – the premier regional forum for leader-led strategic dialogue and addressing strategic political and economic issues They reaffirmed that building cooperative maritime partnerships should be a priority area for EAS engagement Agreeing to share experiences and build partnerships for protection of marine resources prevent environmental degradation and tap the potential of the blue economy the two prime ministers took note of the EAS Conference on Maritime Security and Cooperation organised by India in Goa and the EAS Seminar on Maritime Security Cooperation organised by Australia in Sydney in November 2016 which contributed towards realisations of these objectives 19 The two prime ministers underlined the need to address the challenges of irregular migration people smuggling and human trafficking Both countries are committed to preventing the abuse and exploitation of migrants and refugees at the hands of smugglers and traffickers They recalled that Australia and India had recently signed the EAS Declaration on Strengthening Responses to Migrants and Trafficking in Persons They committed to deepen efforts to deter and disrupt people smuggling and human trafficking including to ensure the return of persons subject to verification by Indian and Australian authorities They resolved to facilitate investigation and prosecution of offenders and ensure humanitarian treatment of trafficked persons during the pendency of procedures They agreed to develop guidelines to enhance cooperation consistent with both countries’ sovereignty international law and respective domestic laws 20 The two prime ministers welcomed both countries’ increased engagement with Asean including recent milestones and achievements in their respective relationships forthcoming Leaders’ Summits in both countries with Asean and noted the growing strategic importance of South-East Asia They recognised ongoing cooperation in other regional bodies such as the Asean Regional Forum and Asean Defence Ministers’ Meeting Plus (ADMM+) and the Asia Europe Meeting Prime Minister Turnbull reiterated Australia’s support for India’s membership of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation forum (APEC) 21 The two prime ministers highlighted their shared desire to ensure that Indian Ocean architecture keeps pace with regional issues and addresses emerging threats and challenges in the region They reaffirmed their strong commitment to IORA and noted with appreciation that Australia and India had co-sponsored the IORA Declaration on Gender Equality and Women’s Economic Empowerment in October 2016 22 The two prime ministers reaffirmed the importance of reform of the UN system including the Security Council to better reflect contemporary realities Prime Minister Modi welcomed Australia’s continuing support for India as a permanent member in a reformed United Nations Security Council 23 The two prime ministers reiterated their support for continued bilateral nuclear cooperation Prime Minister Turnbull noted Australia’s strong support for India’s membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group Australia welcomed India’s joining of the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) which would strengthen global non-proliferation objectives Australia also expressed its support for India’s membership of the Australia Group and the Wassenaar Arrangement 24 The two prime ministers reaffirmed the importance of the G20 as the premier forum for international economic cooperation They discussed the maintenance of efforts towards trade liberalisation and reform and the need to implement G20 anti-protectionist measures 25 The two prime ministers reasserted their commitment to meeting the challenges of climate change and implementing the Paris Climate Change Agreement They were pleased to witness the signing of the MOU on Environment Climate and Wildlife to strengthen collaboration on domestic action on climate change and improve environmental data collection SHARED PROSPERITY 26 Recognising India’s strong economic trajectory Prime Minister Turnbull informed Prime Minster Modi he would commission an India Economic Strategy to define a pathway for the Australian business community to collaborate with India on its reform agenda Prime Minister Modi welcomed the announcement and acknowledged Australia as an important partner to support India in its growth path 27 The two prime ministers agreed that shared prosperity and growth prospects are best served by an open global trading system and a rules-based international order India and Australia are keen to secure a timely conclusion of a high quality Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) RCEP can provide a boost to regional economic confidence in a time of global uncertainty – but to do so it needs to deliver commercially meaningful outcomes for business The prime ministers reaffirmed their commitment to the conclusion of a commercially meaningful Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (CECA) which addresses the priorities of both sides 28 The two prime ministers looked forward to the next Australia Business Week in India planned for the second half of 2017 They recognised the importance of the Australia-India CEO Forum to explore practical measures to support further business engagement ENERGY RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT 29 The two prime ministers agreed that energy and resources will continue to remain an important aspect of the bilateral relationship Opportunities for collaboration will continue to expand as India’s energy mix evolves including through the Australia India Energy Dialogue Prime Minister Turnbull underlined Australia’s position as a reliable and innovative partner in meeting India’s energy security needs The two prime ministers agreed to build on collaboration on a wide range of energy resources Prime Minister Turnbull congratulated Prime Minister Modi on his leadership in advancing solar energy globally through the establishment of the International Solar Alliance Prime Minister Turnbull announced that Australia intends to join the alliance 30 Prime Minister Modi welcomed the passage of the Civil Nuclear Transfers to India Act through the Australian Parliament and both prime ministers anticipated commercial exports of Australian uranium could begin soon opening up a new avenue for Australia to support Indian electricity generation 31 Prime Minister Turnbull briefed Prime Minister Modi on the Australia-India mining partnership at the Indian Institute of Technology-Indian School of Mines (IIT-ISM) Dhanbad Partnership activities with Australian institutions include research and development collaboration training and technology transfer EDUCATION AND SKILLS 32 Noting the centrality of education to the bilateral relationship the prime ministers welcomed the growing numbers of students in each other’s countries Australia is the second most popular destination for Indians studying overseas An increasing number of Australians are coming to India to study including under the New Colombo Plan through which more than 1790 undergraduates have sought the opportunity to study and intern in India since 2015 33 The prime ministers welcomed the growing opportunities to partner in the skills sector Prime Minister Turnbull emphasised the role Australia’s industry-led vocational education and training system qualifications and training providers could play in India’s program to train 400 million people by 2022 INNOVATION AND SCIENCE 34 The prime ministers celebrated the tenth anniversary of the Australia India Strategic Research Fund (AISRF) Since its establishment the two governments have committed over $100 million (Rs 500 crore) to the AISRF and the program has supported some 300 collaborative activities including joint projects workshops and fellowships Its projects have delivered practical outcomes to improve agricultural productivity develop vaccines for infectious diseases and advance work on quantum computing The prime ministers were pleased to note that a further seven project teams of Indian and Australian researchers will be supported over the next three years following the successful conclusion of the most recent AISRF funding round 35 Recognising the need for innovation in reaching shared aspirations in productivity and efficiency the two prime ministers agreed to continue fostering collaboration between entrepreneurs developing innovative products for commercial application They also noted both Australia and India were pursuing Smart Cities agendas and had expertise and experience to share 36 The two prime ministers welcomed the deepening bilateral collaboration to address water management challenges including sustainable water use With India launching large-scale infrastructure projects in water strong existing bilateral cooperation has laid the foundation for building commercial partnerships 37 The two prime ministers welcomed the signing of the two Implementing Arrangements between Indian Space Research Organization and Geoscience Australia on cooperation in space technology SPORTS AND HEALTH COOPERATION 38 The two prime ministers agreed to continue to develop opportunities through connecting Australia’s global reputation for sports excellence and expertise with India’s ambition to improve its sports administration and infrastructure The two prime ministers were pleased that Australian universities were partnering with the Indian Government to establish an Indian National Sports University The prime ministers welcomed the renewal of the Australia-India MOU on Sports Cooperation expanding cooperation to include sport sciences sports governance and integrity athlete and coach training and grassroots participation Prime Minister Turnbull was also pleased to invite elite Indian sports teams to train in Australia ahead of the 2018 Commonwealth Games in the Gold Coast 39 The two prime ministers were pleased to build on longstanding collaboration in the health sector through an MOU and committed to continue cooperation in this field BUILDING ON OUR CULTURAL AND PEOPLE-TO-PEOPLE LINKS 40 Prime Minister Turnbull noted the significant contribution of the Indian diaspora in Australia both in economic and cultural terms With increasing two-way tourist numbers both prime ministers noted that people-to-people links are vital to promoting mutual understanding and respect between the two countries Prime Minister Turnbull congratulated Prime Minister Modi on Confluence the Festival of India in Australia which toured Australian cities in 2016 to great acclaim 41 The two prime ministers highlighted the importance of bilateral parliamentary exchanges and looked forward to greater official parliamentary cooperation in 2017 AGREEMENTS 42 The following bilateral memoranda of understanding were exchanged in the presence of the two prime ministers: i MoU on Cooperation in Combating International Terrorism and Transnational Organized Crime ii MoU on Cooperation in the Field of Health and Medicine iii MoU on Cooperation in Sports iv MoU on Cooperation in the Field of Environment Climate and Wildlife v MoU for Promotion and Development of Cooperation in Civil Aviation Security vi Implementing Arrangements on Cooperation in Space Technology 43 Prime Minister Turnbull renewed his invitation to Prime Minister Modi to visit Australia at a mutually convenient time Both sides agreed that the visit of Prime Minister Turnbull to India led to strengthening of the cooperative relations between the two countries and will provide further impetus for the future development of the strategic partnership Preeto gets worried about Harman. 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