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with Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda giving green signal to the project at a rally in Ambala, Dikshit said the issue has been politicised and there was no need do so. Gupta, Jagdish Gupta, Click here to read more Donald Trump and PM Modi talked H1-B visas, 2017 11:51 am O Panneerselvam Top News O Panneerselvam sacked as AIADMK treasurer after rebellion against Sasikala O Panneerselvam was removed as the AIADMK treasurer minutes after he launched a rebellion against VK Sasikala, most of the plot was destroyed by members of the cult group who blew up gas cylinders and set ablaze trees and temporary hutments in a bid to deter the policemen entering the premises. Even after stepping down as Delhi CM, For all the latest Lifestyle News, Styled by celebrity stylist Ami Patel – who has often wowed us with her magic – Bhatt looked stunning in this one-shoulder ensemble with a unique tuxedo-inspired lapel and panel in the front.

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Sources said the government might also conduct a soil test and use ultrasonic techniques to find the fault For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by BollywoodHungamaNewsNetwork | Mumbai | Published: March 14 2013 11:13 am Related News Though there are three women around him in Ek Thi DaayanEmraan Hashmi is really the driving force So in the filmcan audience expect a suspense drama in the offing with a touch of horror and thrill “I think there are lots of different shades of horror that exist with quite a few sub genres” he says “I would like to say that if you use Hollywood or Korean films as a benchmarkthen Ek Thi Daayan brings in a fair amount of both There would be elements of blood or gore as in Evil Dead and also psychological horror elements as seen in The Omen or The Exorcist” he adds With a setting like thisone can well expect Konkona Sen Sharma to be quite comfortable given her prior acting experience Moreovereven Kalki Koechlin has a theatre background that allows her to instantly adapt to the settings Howeverthe junior-most in the crowd is the beautiful Huma Qureshi So did Emraan have to step in to mentor her Laughs Emraan”Arrey kahaanI don’t mentor anyone When I am on the setsI just give my opinion and that’s about it MoreoverHuma is someone who holds her own She is intelligent and doesn’t require my mentoring For our filmshe knew the script and the character inside out We just played our scenes out and as a team we improvised and tried different options” Wellit was one such improvisation that resulted in Emraan declaring ‘I am a Tiger on the bed’ in front of Huma during a romantic moment in the film That in fact further brings Emraan into the zone that has paid him dividends time and again On the other handKalki Koechlin seems to be in ‘ishq’ with himif the promos are any indicationeven as she goes about humming ‘Yaaram’ With nothing much revealed yet about Konkona Sen Sharma thoughthere is an element of mystery which is prevailing in Ek Thi Daayan So what’s the kind of chemistry that Emraan shares with the three women here “HonestlyI can’t reveal much All I can say though is that there is an underlining chemistry that entails with all three girls There are quite a few good moments with songs playing an important part of the narrativenot to mention a love story that runs through the film”says Emraan We look forward to this love story with horror to unfold as Ek Thi Daayan releases worldwide on April 18 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Vandana Kalra | Updated: July 6 2017 1:04 am In a world where your palette distinctly demonstrates personal investigations Prabhakar Pachpute’s oeuvre is most personal Top News There is a lot of darkness and exploitation deep in the mines” says artist Prabhakar Pachpute who has just returned from Art Basel the annual art fair held in Switzerland At one of the most prestigious art showcases and to the artistic elite he introduced the calamity of the coal mines The stark landscapes populated by miners cotton mill workers and landless labourers turned several heads at the fair Two of his charcoal works found buyers on the first day “Several people came to me and said this is the right time to bring up these issues” says the artist who has already moved to his forthcoming projects — an exhibition in Bangkok next week another one in Mumbai and a project in Gwangju (South Korea) in October that is based on his research trip to The Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilisations in Marseille “They have a beautiful collection of farming tools and I am trying to relate those objects to Asian or Indian methods of farming” he adds Pachpute is unassuming but confident a trait that perhaps also helped him chart the journey from Sasti a village in Maharashtra’s Chandrapur district to the most distinguished art spaces In a world where your palette distinctly demonstrates personal investigations his oeuvre is most personal The darkness of the coal mines are familiar to him since birth In 1984 two years before he was born Pachpute’s grandfather was asked by the government to sell his land for mining coal After receiving a meagre monetary compensation his grandfather joined a mining company a job that was taken by Pachpute’s brother after his grandfather’s demise While most in his family are still employed in mines — his brother drives a jeep to ferry mining officials and his brother-in-law works in an open pit mine — Pachpute has managed a different fate He has brought to the White Cube gallery the darkness that enveloped his childhood with his humongous murals videos and sculptures A career in art though was not in the horizon till he participated in a drawing competition after his Class X examinations “I drew a scenic landscape and won the first prize” he recalls To hone his talent the family introduced him to an artist in the neighbourhood — Manoj Bobade Pachpute still embraces the lessons in art poetry proverbs and literature that followed And though his family would have preferred that he join a vocational course Pachpute managed to gain admission into Indira Kala Sangeet Vishwavidyalaya in Khairagarh followed by the esteemed MS University in Baroda where he pursued his post-graduation It was here that he met his wife fellow artist Rupali Patil At Baroda he also discovered the theme that was to dominate his art Pachpute still remembers the day when visiting faculty member artist Tushar Joag brought a newspaper clipping about the 2010 Copiapo mining accident in Chile to the classroom The Chilean government had rescued 33 miners in 69 days after a copper-gold mine caved in That led Pachpute to think of similar instances in India After months of pondering his final showcase at the university comprised two works — Frozen Moment and Tribute to a Coalminer both illustrating his experiences and observations of the coal mines and those who work in its darkness Last year at the age of 30 he became one of the youngest artists to have his solo at the National Gallery of Modern Art in Mumbai The metropolis was his home for five years after he moved there in 2011 upon Joag’s invitation An introduction to Zasha Colah and Sumesh Sharma founders of the Clark House Initiative led to his first solo at the space in 2012 Titled “Canary in the Coalmine” the exhibition had walls covered in soot and visitors were welcomed by the sound of dripping water before entering a pitch dark space with a torch that was handed at the entrance The response was outstanding Pachpute had made his mark In the following years the artist has travelled the world over exploring different kinds of mines — from lignite mining in Castelnuovo dei Sabbioni Italy to iron mining and gold mining in Brazil In 2015 he was at the salt mines in ankiri Turkey and last year he was at the salt and coal mines in Upper Seilesia Poland “The situation is different in all places The conditions are better in Europe My attempt is to collect stories from the numerous regions and project elements in my work” says Pachpute Recalling his visit to Germany he adds “Many abandoned mines in Germany have been converted into tourism sites and amphitheatres” Back home in Chandrapur Pachpute wants to create a museum as a tribute to the miners Apart from his archival images and research work on mining in Chandrapur this would also exhibit everyday objects of miners such as their talismans torches and photographs Meanwhile he would also continue to take their stories world over through his own work At his studio in Pune are works with motifs that have become his trademark — faceless farmers who remain unknown miners with headlamps elephants embodying the strength of mining villages and owls that see in the dark These he notes are his constant companions For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top News No Lie MRI President Joel Huizenga would 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(a popular TV actress from Pakistan) as the leading lady opposite Himesh ReshammiyaKajraare” Lambah explains the walls of this Mumbai landmark will resound with the rich music of shlf1314n soprano Patricia Rozario and British pianist Mark Troop Of the eight participants the new work suggests that people who have experienced spinal cord injury and stroke "may have more potential to recover than we ever thought which found that 48% support ACHM research if its aim is to improve human health Research that involves animal and human reproductive systems was found to be the least acceptable theglobal ocean observing system But with an unattractive palWritten by Ranjit Lal | New Delhi | Updated: June 19 2015 10:38 am White-throated kingfisher Top News For the past several weeks they’ve been heckling me derisively: on the Delhi Ridge at Connaught Place and even Dilli Haat; easily audible even above the cacophony of traffic Every morning the threat rings out from the Nicholson Cemetery next door: “Killill…killillill…” Up there on the rooftops or tree tops you might spot one of these would-be killers: flamboyant and jazzy as any bandmaster equipped with a roving eye wicked grin and deadly red dagger bill: the white-throated kingfisher Read More If you are a frog lizard large insect or small wriggly fleshy rodent or reptile be afraid be very afraid No you don’t have to have gills to be a victim — these guys have gone beyond their traditional diet of fish If they pick you up expect a horrible end: pincer-gripped in that massive dagger bill and bashed to death on the ground or against a rock before being swallowed And that wolfish grin never goes away With their chocolate-brown head and smoking jacket white waistcoat and brilliant turquoise back white-throated kingfishers are the most successful member of their clan in India equally at home in the countryside as they are in cities like Delhi That deadly “killill…kill…lilll…” threat is a territorial warning to other males “keep away or else” and a “come hither” call for the ladies They nest in summer preferring to finish family business by the time the rains set in They drill tunnels — up to a metre and a half in length — in soft earth banks along rivers and nallahs by the simple expedient of torpedoing holes into them At the end the tunnel broadens out into a nursery where five-six roundish white eggs may be laid I suspect they’ve been nesting on Delhi’s northern Ridge too for I have seen slovenly-dressed juveniles every year but have never located their hideouts The pied kingfisher They have a smaller bejewelled cousin: the common or little kingfisher which alas is no longer so common in Delhi It sports a sapphire spangled head rich russet breast and has a snazzy white streak running across a ginger cheek It is armed with a sharp black dagger bill and bright eyes It’s a bird that takes your breath away every time — streaking like an electric tracer into the water and emerging happy-eyed with a wriggling silver fish According to legend the little kingfisher was originally a dull grey bird which flew out of Noah’s ark after the flood towards the sun and burnt its breast rusty orange and its back reflected the blue-green of the evening sky The little kingfisher specialises in fish which is why it is no longer found along the glutenous sludge-nullahs of Delhi Mercifully it can still be seen along the banks of the Yamuna but for how long is anyone’s guess Look sharp if you’re at the riverside or by a water body anywhere in the country and hear a sharp shrill squeak pitched high with excitement A third member of this clan (“we three Kings”) is the pied kingfisher another fish specialist that has all but vanished from Delhi Clad in black and white dapples it sports a rakish crest massive dagger bill and the same wolfish schoolboy grin of its turquoise cousin above The gentleman wears a black double gorget across his throat the lady has but a single strand of rough-cut black pearls broken halfway through The pied kingfisher is a spear-fisherman par excellence It’ll park itself 15-20 m up in the sky standing on its flared out tail hovering bill and head pointing downwards and then dive gannet-like into the water to snap the fish it has spotted Its physics is up to scratch for it has taken the angle of refraction into account while diving and will not make a fool of itself as it plunges Along swiftly flowing mountain streams and rivers (a white-water lover) dwells its XL brother the raffish crested kingfisher which simply slices into the water after fish and does not hover Like all fishermen kingfishers are patient waiting for hours on telephone poles or electric wires reeds trees and rooftops waiting in happy anticipation of their victims to show up All told there are around a dozen species of these glamorous birds found in India Ah a dirty dozen you might think — not really more a deadly dozen Very deadly especially if you are a small rodent or reptile or sardine 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We had come in response to a letter from Christopher regretfully informing me of the death of our ox. As Simon inspected the stomach and large intestine of the dead beast he told us that death was more than likely due to anaplasmosis one of many deadly tick-borne diseases afflicting livestock in East Africa He took a sample of spinal fluid for analysis by the veterinary laboratory in Uganda The results from the lab came the following week and confirmed that death was due to a combination of anaplasmosis and two further tick-borne diseases salmonellosis and cowdriosis After he concluded the post-mortem Simon sternly warned everyone present that on no account should the meat be taken for human consumption as it would be riddled with toxins from the tick-borne diseases He ordered that the animal be covered with every available piece of wood in the field and be cremated immediately to kill all the dangerous bacteria in its body We all began to carry and drag wood to form a funeral pyre over the dead ox We bought 2 litres of petrol from the local boda-boda (motorcycle taxi) rider and doused the pyre with it As I stood there a number of thoughts crossed my mind I had been home in Ireland for most of August and had agreed a schedule of visits to be carried out in my absence by Simon our Ugandan vet I discovered on my return from Ireland that he had not made a single visit I also found out that he had been bitten by a snake in early August and had only returned to work a few days ago Different emotions also made their presence felt I was surprised at the disappointment and sadness I felt in myself and that I could see in the people around me I realised we had all grown close to these gentle working beasts I experienced the helplessness we all feel when death occurs However I found myself in the process of making a decision to attempt to learn from the incident Tick-borne diseases are deadly but can be prevented with vigilance and proper preventative treatments I knew the death of the oxen was a serious challenge for our ploughing project but serious challenges seem inevitable when one attempts to do something worthwhile and life-changing This was a moment for all of us to dig deeper inside ourselves and to find the courage we needed to beat back the scourge of poverty and almost non-existent resources in a forgotten corner of our unequal world We managed to start off a small beekeeping project last month with two local ladies and 4 beehives? having been summoned from the far side of his farm.” she said.Written by Agencies | Melbourne | Published: June 23 But there’s very little moisture.resund bridge was built to ??” Fr Cullen was an man of vision and imagination who put his whole heart into founding The Messenger. just as Jesus touched minds and hearts back in Galilee. Mohamed Thaver | New Delhi | Pune | Mumbai | Updated: March 30, Watch Video:?

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