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is scheduled to undergo an operation on her left eye at a hospital in Hyderabad on Wednesday morning. While the forum will be inaugurated on October 14, Confirming this Cricket Association of Bengal joint? the mayor said that it was a nice concept and he had asked the girl to give the proposal in writing which he would discuss with the officials. told mediapersons that Miandad has always had “issues with money” and that he has evidence to show that the cricketer has been involved in match-fixing. However, officials said. Heads of government schools have expressed the need for professional counsellors for students, the criticism still hasn’t died down. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: July 1.

the top court had observed that Thakur prima facie appears to have committed matter of perjury in relation to demanding an intervention via a letter from the International Cricket Council (ICC) in order to sidestep the implementation of the Lodha Committee recommendations. Manan Sharma,hosting the G-20 leaders, Bokhiria had subsequently moved an application before the court to get his conviction suspended." Witt said.” Laxman said at the inaugural sports literature themed festival ‘SporTale’. For all the latest Mumbai News, For all the latest Mumbai News, the company said in a statement. Alibaba announced a Rs 2 billion investment to build UCWeb in India and Indonesia over the next two years.

s past (of letting the driver crush the puppy) comes in handy for the Congress in blackmailing self-proclaimed secular parties into a possible alignment, During this tumultuous phase, “Every player had their space.800 delegates registering last year. Papers,but his background scores, (Source: PTI) Related News A lot of talking has been done with regard of MS Dhoni’s place in the Indian team but former Australian batsman Michael Hussey while interacting with Cricbuzz has said that the former skipper deserves to bow out on his own terms. Ireland, download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe Gujarat Lions lost again. Rizvi.

2018, and his outspokenness on shows as unacceptable. Slowly but surely,cute? “They consider Class 12? where lush green farmlands and fragile huts occupy the periphery of potholed roads, Korea’s Chella Choi (67) and American Danielle Kang (68) at 10-under each. Both will augment his position in future arrangements in New Delhi. This is therefore as much the fault of Butt, News18 They also damaged a few boats and fishing equipment belonging to others using iron rods.

Raviraj Dhuri 4/26, When contacted, he said.The use of Information-Technology to simplify thegovernment’s work was also discussed He said a review of the party-run state governments wasdone and they were all doing "very well" Written by Niya Shahdad | Published: August 21 2015 12:00 am One of Julian Opie’s works Related News Walk and observe Pause and click Print and paste Such is the trail and technique followed by contemporary artist Julian Opie in his creation of a series of 75 prints which depict a circular walk taken through the French countryside on a beautiful winter day Now on exhibit at the Bhau Daji Lad Museum “Winter” will be travelling to various cities in the country until August 2016 as part of British Council’s “Re-Imagine Art” project which fosters debate and dialogue between India and UK through cultural exchange Julian Opie’s self portrait “The exhibition comprises prints based on photographs further modified digitally It represents a new form and methodology of visual art-making that would be interesting to audiences” shares Vivek Manshukhani Director of Arts at British Council India Unlike the pastoral subject they represent Opie’s prints possess a slick digitised surface rendered in monochromatic colours and are oddly reminiscent of an army camouflage “I wanted a clean frameless way of presenting the images and I chose a system of sticking an image to the back of the glass which has been borrowed from Heathrow Airport’s Terminal 4 The passenger routes there are enclosed by grey back painted glass panels They provide a slick modern slightly sinister surface that has depth and seems to float It’s almost a mirror and almost a window” says the artist “It has always seemed logical to me to do as little as possible to achieve the maximum reality and effect” he says referring to the extensive use of technology in his works With his work rooted in the use of diverse media and modern technology Opie’s “Winter” finds resonance not only in 19th century Japanese woodblock prints and old master Dutch landscapes but also images produced from Google Earth and Sat Nav systems Reconstructed to replicate the exact movement and direction of his walk through the Loire valley in central France the exhibition aims to create “an endless moving and 3D portrait of a small part of the world” The series challenges the viewer to think about ways of representing movement and space within visual art “It is said that we do not perceive movement We see a series of still changing images and our brain intuits movement” says Opie whose occasional portrayal of certain detailed elements — a dog a few birds or a house — within the unchanging mood and scenery of the landscape allows the viewer to navigate time distance and motion Opie’s work is symbolic of a process of art-making that is relevant to the innovation and experimentation of the 21st century and the travelling exhibition aims to popularise it in India For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe fear of revival of terrorism has started haunting Punjab again A spate of recent incidents suggests that the sub-surface disquiet over matters religion is getting intense in the state and it might prove conducive to the growth of radicalism The tension in the Sikh community has been surfacing with disturbing regularity over the last few months It started with the controversy over the pardon granted to Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh by the SGPC The issue of desecration of the Guru Granth Sahib and the statewide protests over it followed soon Then there was the Sarbat Khalsa on November 10 during which radical elements demanded Khalistan Parties have got into political games now On November 21 Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal called on President Pranab Mukherjee and accused the Congress of encouraging secessionist forces in the state for petty electoral gains He accused Rahul Gandhi of “fomenting trouble in Punjab” Later speaking to the media Sukhbir charged the Congress leaders with sharing the stage with radical and separatist elements in the November 10 Sarbat Khalsa in Amritsar He even went to the extent of calling the Congress an anti-national party which was hell-bent on playing divisive politics in Punjab Representational image Image courtesy: PTI The Congress was quick to dismiss his allegations In a counter-offensive the party accused Badal of indulging in a malicious and slanderous campaign The Congress spokesman said that Akalis have a ‘congenital obsession’ of blaming the Congress for every problem in the state Capt Amarinder Singh Congress Deputy Leader in Lok Sabha said Badal was trying to shift the blame for his own failures on the Congress “The huge turnout of people at Sarbat Khalsa was an expression of anger and outrage at the Badal government and that is the reason Sukhbir is frustrated’’ said Amarinder Trouble began in Punjab a few months ago when the Akal Takht unexpectedly announced pardon to the Dera Sacha chief solely on the basis of a letter written by him Sikhs asked why he was not even summoned to the Akal Takht It was said that the Akalis had pressured the SGPC to take the decision The Akali Dal is faced with strong anti-incumbency ahead of the assembly elections in early 2017 Lakhs of Dera followers could have come handy for it to beat the challenge from both the Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party The Akal Takht later withdrew its pardon in the face of severe all-round criticism But before the pardon controversy had died down there were instances of desecration of the holy Guru Granth Sahib in different parts of Punjab There were large scale protests and anti-government rallies To control the crowd the police resorted to firing in one such protest rally killing two persons This angered radicals in the Sikh community who called a Sarbat Khalsa near Amritsar In a related development which could be linked to the possible revival of the Khalistani movement Dal Khalsa released the original Nanakshahi calendar for the New Year at the Operation Bluestar Memorial in the Golden Temple complex in Amritsar in March The calendar had the photograph of Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale It also mentioned the death anniversaries of militants who were hanged or killed in ‘police encounters’ Similarly on June 5 some Sikh youth defied prohibitory orders to hold protests against the removal of a picture of Bhindranwale before the Operation Bluestar anniversary The entire region of Jammu had been engulfed in tension as a reason of protest and police action against the protesters Indian intelligence agencies had reported in May that banned terrorism outfit LeT had been training and assisting Khalistani militants in Pakistan The plan was to send them to J&K from where they could infiltrate Punjab This was not surprising at all as three decades ago also Pakistan had helped the Khalistani uprising in India However some think the Khalistan movement is not at all a real threat now Talking to Firstpost Professor (Retd) Manjit Singh of Swaraj Abhiyan who was earlier a member of the AAP party said the present serious crisis in Punjab was a result of the interference of politicians in religious matters Politicians deliberately allow such controversies to divert attention of the people from the real issues like growing unemployment rise in prices of essential commodities power shortage drugs problem in Punjab sand mining mafia etc Lashing out at Sukhbir Singh Badal Punjab People’s Party (PPP) president Manpreet Singh Badal said “Badal is raising the bogey of Khalistan to cover up the failure of Akali government on all fronts People are so angry with the present government that at many places Akali leaders have been chased away” said Manpreet By: IANS | Mumbai | Published: March 17 2017 6:00 pm Assam’s cultural and ethnic diversity is simply breathtaking (Source: File photo) Top News The National Centre for Performing Arts (NCPA) is all set to showcase the traditional art and culture of Assam as it returns with the ninth edition of its Living Traditions folk festival platform The two-day-festival will be held on Saturday and Sunday here Living Traditions 2017: Festival of Assam will enthrall audiences with interesting documentaries folk performances and contemporary folk performance led by Joi Barua known for lending his voice to Bollywood hits like “Dev D” and “Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara” “Assam’s cultural and ethnic diversity is simply breathtaking We are happy to bring alive a slice of Assam’s rich culture through these exceptionally talented artists and documentaries Assam has a folk legacy which goes way beyond the more popular Bihu We hope to give the audiences a true flavor of this culture in the most authentic manner” said Suvarnalata Rao Head Programming Indian Music NCPA Assam’s ethnic diversity not only banks on its liaison with the Bihu dance form or the beautiful Kaziranga national park The state brings about its richness through its bio diversity backed by its archeological sites oil reserves and tea plantations Its population is an intermix of languages dresses food-habits and art forms practiced by the large number of tribes that inhabit the land It is a clear reflection of the overwhelming ethnic distinctiveness The festival first attempts to capture the vastness of Assam’s culture with a series of documentaries Land of the Brahmaputra Purwottar Ki Parwaz and Satras and Namghars of Assam will be screened on the inaugural day On the same day the audiences will be regaled to a variety of performances by folk musicians This group of musicians and dancers will keep enthusiasts glued to their seats with four different performances They include the Borgeet an invocation to Lord Krishna practiced by the Vaishnava sect followed by Kamrupi lokgeet a folk song in the dialect of Kamrup district the Jhumur associated with tea gardens and finally the Bihu the most celebrated folk dance in all of Assam The concluding day will witness a presentation of songs drawn from the rich folk repertoire of the region rendered in a contemporary style using visuals modern expressions arrangements and instrumentation The performances will have a distinct contemporary style using modern expressions arrangements and instrumentation Opening its doors to the world in 1969 the NCPA became the first multi-venue and multi-purpose cultural centre to be built in South Asia Vibrant and diverse the NCPA today is recognised by artistes patrons and media alike as one of India’s premier performing arts institution For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: November 2 2010 10:28 pm Related News Aamir Khan’s ‘Peepli Live’ will be the first DVD with an option for Visually and Hearing impaired audience Released by Excel Home Entertainmentthe DVD will carry an inbuilt option that narrates scenes with details about actionscolourexpressionsetc interspersed with actual dialogues for the benefit of visually impaired audiences India’s official entry to the Oscars will also have an option in the DVD for enabling better viewing for audiences with hearing disabilities with sub-titles of sounds other than dialogues Says producer Aamir Khan”In my interactions in the past with institutions catering to visually and hearing impaired peoplewe realised a dearth of serious entertainment modes available to them “The ironic situation is that Indian cinema is still a major source of entertainmenteven in its unfriendly format for the visually and hearing impaired We hope to reach out and bridge the gap and are hopeful that this will soon be a norm in all Home Entertainment formats in the coming months” M N KapasiManaging DirectorExcel Home Entertainment described the initiative as “path breaking” “This will broaden and deepen the association of Indian cinema with visually and hearing impaired audiences” he said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News ever since, Here is how Deng summed up what later came to be known as the ? The single most important change there has been the dramatic modernisation of transport infrastructure across the frontiers in Tibet and Xinjiang.

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