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He goes about his job solemnlyportraying Lorraine and Ed Warren (Farmiga and Wilson)the demonologist or ghost hunter couplein situations as varied as lectures and so-called paranormal phenomenato which they bring both scepticism and a genuine willingness to believe When the Perron family calls them to their house in the countryside in the November of 1971Lorraine has already had an experience that has left her shaken and Ed is scared about having her around for their ventures Howeverwhat the Perrons are going through is something the Warrens cant turn away from Having just moved into an old house in the countrysidethe Perrons experience all that can go wrong with such an old house in the countryside the bumps in the nightthe creaking doorsthe mysterious cellarthe crashing paintingsthe sleepwalking childrena scary toyand additionallynightly bruises on the motherCarolyn (Taylor) In a notable touchCarolyn is almost always swathed in warm clothesfeeling a chill that she only occasionally expresses The Warrens walk in and sense danger but things are not so good financially that the Perronswho have put all their money and hopes into this housecan just up and move The childrenfive in allof varying agesare bickeringly authentic and Taylor and Livingston (who plays her husband Roger) are quite good in the anxiety they bring to their roles The Warrens go about their task scientificallyfrom fixing heat-sensitive cameras and sound recorders to hanging small bells on door knobs and bringing in UV lights (no one has heard or seen them at the time) to catch evidence of the demonic spirit that has taken over the Perron house Demonic spiritsas explained by Edare not really ghosts but people who havent really lived in the human form in this world There is tendernessgentleness and empathy in this films relationships as well as a genuine belief in God that stands out quite in contrast to the threat they face Gratifyinglythere is no real violence till towards the end At the same timetowards the endthe film loses some of its thrillsunable to lift itself to the notches that it needed for a finale Its worth a screambut you cant help feeling that what Wan was going for was a quiet chill down ones spine Shalini Langer [email protected] For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mohd Faisal Fareed | Lucknow | Published: May 30 2015 12:41 am Akhilesh had earlier announced that revenue laws will be simplified and benefits will be extended to landless marginal farmers and women Related News With an objective to provide social security to women the Uttar Pradesh State Women Commission (SWC) has proposed an amendment to the revenue laws according to which every married woman is entitled to rights over half of the agricultural property owned by her husband The commission has also proposed that all unmarried differently-abled orphan widow separated and divorced women be given the status of ‘separate family’ and be treated as landless farmers and be given at least two acre land by the state government for sustainability The proposals were sent on May 11 to the reforms committee constituted by Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav under the Uttar Pradesh Revenue Code 2006 and headed by Additional Advocate General (AAG) Raj Bahadur Singh Yadav for suggesting reforms in land laws of the state Share This Article Related Article “CM Akhilesh Yadav had constituted this committee in April this year and we were aware about reforms in land laws It is the right moment when our proposals can be considered” Shweta Singh a SWC member told The Indian Express The commission has suggested that revenue laws should be amended so that girls’ right on agricultural land before marriage should stay even after marriage And after marriage they should get rights over half of their husband’s property “Two acre of land which is under the control of forest and other government departments and is of no use can be identified and allotted to women who are physically disabled orphan widow separated and divorcee” Shweta said She said these amendments would provide social security to women who are often harassed in their families “We receive several complaints of harassment where women are at the receiving end During our visits across the districts innumerable tales of harassment of women who are disowned and left in lurch come to light If women have rights in their husband’s property she can also take a stand” she said AAG Raj Bahadur Singh confirmed that SWC proposals have been received and are being examined “Earlier the committee was to submit its report on reforms on May 12 but its term has been extended by three months and we will soon submit our recommendations The proposal sent by SWC is also being examined” Singh said Akhilesh had earlier announced that revenue laws will be simplified and benefits will be extended to landless marginal farmers and women For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: March 11 2015 1:21 am Related News A day after arresting a man for allegedly desecrating a statue of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj in Ghatkopar the police on Tuesday arrested two more men in connection with the vandalism that followed the alleged desecration The police said the duo according to inquiries so far were not connected to any political party Late on Sunday night Ghatkopar resident Jafar Sheikh was allegedly seen spitting in front of a temporary bust of Maratha warrior king Shivaji erected in the area on the occasion of Shiv Jayanti and later near a Rangoli drawn in the area The incident led to tension in the area and Jafar was subsequently arrested on Monday He was charged with hurting religious sentiments of a community under the Indian Penal Code “Before we reached the spot a marble plaque bearing the name of a religious leader of a minority community had been damaged We had registered a separate case in connection with the incident and had been making inquiries in the area to identify the miscreants” said an officer with the Ghatkopar police Share This Article Related Article After picking up and questioning several suspects on Monday the police on Tuesday arrested two accused identified as Kedar Kondba and Swapnil More “We have charged both the accused with hurting religious sentiments under Section 295 A of the Indian Penal Code Further inquiries are underway” said Senior Police Inspector Vasant Patil Ghatkopar police station Both Patil and deputy commissioner of police (Zone VII) Vinay Rathod said inquiries so far had not established any connection of the accused to any political outfit Meanwhile no further incidents were reported in Ghatkopar in spite an attempt at rumour mongering late on Monday night by unknown miscreants who circulated WhatsApp messages of a supposed flare-up in Ghatkopar The reports were denied by the police [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News| New Delhi | Published: September 28 2014 2:30 pm Ranbir Kapoor turns 32 today Related News Ranbir Kapoor turns 32 today and he seems poised on the cusp of becoming an even bigger megastar than he is today To the future king of Bollywood we extend our best wishes with our trademark funny birthday cards: For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPatrick Wilson.

saw a ray of hope and grabbed it. and Pandit Ravi Shankar’s Kinnara School of Music. Studies have shown that a higher use of electronic payments leads to improvement in both consumption and also, The DGCA informed the court Tuesday that for 35 structures had been found to be flouting the height norms as per a 2010-11 survey. Cooked food is served in the government schools of the city.Swasth Chandigarh Swasth Bharat? He would guide people about healthy eating habits President of the city unit of BJP Sanjay Tandon was also present on the occasion For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: September 21 2017 12:11 am The violence began on August 25 when Rohingya insurgents attacked about 30 police posts and an army camp killing about 12 people (Source: Reuters) Top News US President Donald Trump is urging the UN Security Council to take “strong and swift action” to bring Myanmar’s Rohingya crisis to an end US Vice President Mike Pence said on Wednesday calling the violence there a threat to the region and beyond Pence speaking at a Security Council meeting on peacekeeping reform accused the Myanmar military of responding to militant attacks on government outposts “with terrible savagery burning villages driving the Rohingya from their homes” Pence repeated a US call for the Myanmar military to end the violence immediately and support diplomatic efforts for a long-term solution “President Trump and I also call on the Security Council of the United Nations to take strong and swift action to bring this crisis to an end and bring hope and help to the Rohingya people in their hour of need” Pence said His remarks were the strongest yet from the US government in response to the violence in Myanmar’s western state of Rakhine that began last month and has forced 422000 Rohingya Muslims into Bangladesh fleeing a military offensive the United Nations has branded ethnic cleansing Pence called the violence and the “historic exodus” of Rohingya including tens of thousand of children a “great tragedy” The violence began on August 25 when Rohingya insurgents attacked about 30 police posts and an army camp killing about 12 people Unless the violence was stopped it would only become worse and “consume the region for generations to come and threaten the peace of us all” the vice president said “The images of the violence and its victims have shocked the American people and decent people all over the world” he said Pence said the United States welcomed comments by Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi in a national address that returning refugees have nothing to fear but Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh said on Wednesday they took little hope from the 1991 Nobel peace laureate’s speech “I have no hope to go back My documents were stripped from my forefathers decades ago” said Shafi Rahman 45 He said he had arrived in Bangladesh two weeks ago after soldiers and civilian mobs burned his village Rights monitors and fleeing Rohingya say the army and Rakhine Buddhist vigilantes responded with violence and arson aimed at driving out the mostly stateless Muslim population which the UN rights agency called “a textbook example of ethnic cleansing” Myanmar rejects the charge saying its forces are tackling insurgents of the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army who it has accused of setting the fires and attacking civilians Smoke could be seen rising from at least two places in Myanmar on Wednesday a Reuters reporter in Bangladesh said It was not known what was burning but rights groups say almost half of Rohingya villages in the region have been torched In her Tuesday speech Suu Kyi condemned abuses and said all violators would be punished adding that she was committed to the restoration of peace and the rule of law However she did not address UN accusations of ethnic cleansing by the security forces drawing a cool international response On the return of refugees she said Myanmar was ready to start a verification process under a 1993 arrangement with Bangladesh and “those who have been verified as refugees from this country will be accepted without any problem” But refugees in Bangladesh who were aware of her comments took no comfort from that anticipating little change to policies that have denied their community recognition as a distinct ethnic group and citizenship Most people in Buddhist-majority Myanmar see the Rohingya as illegal immigrants from Bangladesh and refuse to even recognise the term Rohingya “She didn’t mention Rohingya Rohingya is our ethnicity” said Nizam Uddin 19 who arrived in Bangladesh in November following violence the previous month triggered by insurgent attacks on police “Most of our documents were burned by the military … We don’t have proof of citizenship and how can we get it “I have no hope” ‘UNACCEPTABLE’ Suu Kyi has for years been feted in the West as a champion of democracy during years of military rule and house arrest but she has faced growing criticism over the plight of the Rohingya Western diplomats and aid officials had been hoping to see unequivocal condemnation of violence and hate speech in her address In a telephone call with Suu Kyi US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson welcomed Myanmar’s commitment to allow the return of refugees but urged it to facilitate aid to those affected by the violence and address “deeply troubling” rights abuse allegations the State Department said US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Patrick Murphy is in Myanmar and is due to meet government officials and representatives of different communities in Sittwe the capital of Rakhine state The United States said on Wednesday it would provide an additional $32 million in humanitarian assistance bringing its total assistance in 2017 to $95 million “We applaud the government of Bangladesh’s generosity in responding to this severe humanitarian crisis and appreciate their continued efforts to ensure assistance reaches people in need” the US State Department said in a statement Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said she talked to Trump on Monday about Rohingya Muslims flooding into her country but expected no help from him as he has made clear how he feels about refugees China which has close economic and diplomatic ties with Myanmar and is a competitor to the United States for influence in the strategically important country has called for understanding of the government’s efforts to protect stability On Tuesday Britain said it had suspended a military training programme in Myanmar and French President Emmanuel Macron condemned “unacceptable ethnic cleaning” and said he would launch a UN Security Council initiative to ensure humanitarian access and an end to the violence Suu Kyi rejected a suggestion she was soft on the military telling Radio Free Asia her objective was national reconciliation “We have never criticised the military itself but only their actions We may disagree on these types of actions” she said She cited her efforts to change a military-drafted constitution which bars her from the presidency and gives the military responsibility over security and a veto over charter reform For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: July 3 2011 12:38 am Related News The NCP has decided to focus on constituencies it lost in the 2009 elections in preparation for the 2014 electionswhen it plans to take on its ruling ally Congress Party leadersincluding state president Madhukar Pichad and former Lok Sabha MP from Karad (Satara) Shrinivas Patilmet district presidentsdefeated candidates and office-bearers from constituencies it could not win in the last elections The NCP had contested 112 out of the 288 Assembly seats and won 62 The Congress had contested 176 and won 82 A senior NCP leader said developmental funds at the disposal of party MLCs and Rajya Sabha members would be utilised to nurture the constituencies lost in the previous elections Weve asked MLCs and Rajya Sabha members to use 50 per cent of their funds in these constituencies? And on trade, “He (Xi) made a statement that he is committed to stopping the nuclearisation of North Korea. is still admitted in hospital, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Updated: July 9.

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