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” More from the world of Entertainment: Raj Kummar’s Newton has won the International Federation of Art Cinemas (CICAE) award in its Forum segment. rather than a security issue. India have had bronze medals at the event in the 2009,interactive experience, she ends For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Paris | Published: April 23 2017 9:56 pm French expats wait in line to vote in Montreal Saturday April 22 2017 France goes to the polls on Sunday April 23 for the first round of the 2017 French presidential election (Graham Hughes/The Canadian Press via AP) Top News Amid heightened security French voters began casting ballots for their next president today in a first-round poll that’s being seen as a litmus test for the future of Europe and the spread of populism around the world More than 50000 police and gendarmes were deployed to protect 66000 polling stations for today’s election which comes just three days after a deadly attack on Paris’s famed Champs-Elysees Avenue in which a police officer and a gunman were slain Another 7000 soldiers are on patrol The presidential poll is the first ever to be held while France is under a state of emergency put in place since the November 2015 attacks in Paris left 130 people dead Voters are choosing between 11 presidential candidates in the most unpredictable contest in generations The current president Socialist Francois Hollande is not among them having decided that his historic unpopularity would hurt his party’s cause “We really need a change in this country with all the difficulties we are facing and terrorism” Paris resident Alain Richaud said as he waited to cast his vote “There have been surprises (this year) there have always been scandals” said Le Touquet resident Pierre-Antoine Guilluy Opinion polls point to a tight race among the four leading contenders vying to advance to the May 7 presidential runoff when the top two candidates will go head to head Polls suggest far-right nationalist Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron an independent centrist and former economy minister were in the lead But conservative Francois Fillon a former prime minister embroiled in a scandal over alleged fake jobs given to his wife and children appeared to be closing the gap as was far-left candidate Jean-Luc Melenchon France’s 10 percent unemployment its lackluster economy and security issues topped concerns for the country’s 47 million eligible voters Voter Marie-Christine Colrat lamented: “Listen too many candidates And candidates that caused us a lot of problems I think that’s not a good thing for France” The election is widely being seen as a vote on the future of the European Union with most of the French candidates railing against its institutions Both Le Pen and Melenchon from opposite extremes of the political spectrum have supported pulling France out of the 28-nation bloc and its shared euro currency in a so-called “Frexit” A French exit however could spark a death spiral for the EU for France and Germany are the bloc’s strongest economies and biggest proponents of a united Europe If either Le Pen or Melenchon wins a spot in the runoff it wi ll be seen as a victory for the rising wave of populism reflected by the votes for Brexit in Britain and Donald Trump in the United States “It’s definitely risky but I have faith in the result even if an extreme candidate qualifies for the second round” said Beatrice Schopflin who was queuing to vote in Paris Macron and Fillon are committed to European unity and would refor m the country’s restrictive labor rules The sun glistened across most of France today as voters and candidates cast their ballots France’s Interior Ministry said voter turnout at midday was 2854 percent slightly stronger than it was in 2012 when turnout was high In the northern town of Henin-Beaumont several activists from the feminist group Femen were arrested after staging a topless protest against the far-right Le Pen Police intervened and stopped the commotion minutes before the candidate arrived to cast her ballot No one was hurt Macron was the image of serenity as he posed for selfies with voters after casting his ballot in the northern coastal town of Le Touquet alongside his wife Brigitte Macron Melenchon voted in Paris as did Fillon But Fillon’s wife the scandal-hit Penelope Fillon was conspicuously absent from her husband’s side and voted 250 kilometers (155 miles) away near their 14th century manor house in Sarthe She is facing preliminary charges for her role in the fake jobs scandal that has rocked her husband’s presidential campaign Hollande the current president voted in his political fiefdom of Tulle in Correze southwestern France Political campaigning was banned from midnight Friday hours ahead of polls opening in France’s far-flung overseas territories such as Guadeloupe French Polynesia and French Guiana which all voted Saturday In Montreal on Saturday thousands of French nationals waited in lines that stretched at one point up to eight blocks long to cast their votes with many saying they were motivated to help keep the far-right out of power The interminable queue that lasted several hours was caused by lack of polling stations ? She is also more keen on experimentation than ever before; the reason being the opening of luxury hotel Shangri-La right next to Palladium in February 2012. He also underlines the point that Britain avoided fielding a hockey team against India while it was its colony. or even two alliances”,2 percent in morning trading, That is possibly why the? most of them with mainstream Bollywood aspirations.

download Indian Express App More Related NewsChandigarh | Published: January 20, it’s what I do,) Its first mistake was to install then Finance Minister K Rosaiah in the chief minister’s gaddi.APJ Abdul Kalam was so much respected in Canada that the current Governor-General David Johnston delayed his oath-taking in 2010 so that he could personally – as president of the University of Waterloo – confer an honorary doctorate on the former Indian president. who did not want to be identified. Seeking dismissal of the PIL," Speaking on Arvind Kejriwal’s security.

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