The song is sung by Asha Bhosle and music is composed by music director Anil Sen. According to the label, the songs "will be a melange of magic and mix of love and romance, and also reflect the weather" and will have "the moods that can be experienced at the time of the spring". After its release, the song became a chart-buster and is known as a soothing song.
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Category:Songs with music by Kalyanji AnandjiAt the close of today’s Senate debate on the appropriations bill to fund the Departments of State, Justice, and Homeland Security, Senator Lamar Alexander was pressed on the occasion of the recent deadly ambush on U.S. and Afghan forces in Kunar Province to provide assurances that any funds appropriated in the legislation would be subject to the restrictions that the State Department had placed on how and under what conditions it would conduct its international security assistance.
Alexander’s answer was that “it depends” on the precise language used in the bill. When the Senate agreed to the final version of the appropriations bill, there was no provision restricting the use of funds for international security assistance, but there was a provision that provided that the Secretary of State may waive any restrictions on such assistance in the case of an emergency that arose.
Asked by Republican Sen. Steve Daines if this would be a blanket exception to all restrictions on security assistance, Alexander responded that “it would apply to the particular requirements of the department” and “any restrictions on any of the activities of the department.”
He then added: “Our foreign assistance budget is only two percent of the whole budget and we have a lot of money left over for other things. We can do a lot of things with two percent of the budget.”
“We can do a lot of things with two percent of the budget,” he added, in another backhanded reference to his own assertions from the debate that the State Department is operating on a “slush fund” of $6 billion, taking money meant for the military and diverting it 0b46394aab