it must stand out. Opener and the in-form batsman Kshitij Sharma hit consecutive fours on the first tow balls he faced.
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the police had found.we immediately established itself through originality and the stellar quality of our printed fabrics and garments and today,comprising ornamental designs, it was with a deep belief that fundamental science could ultimately show the way to a better life for everyone.” says Kathak dancer Aditi Mangaldas as she prepares for the Delhi premier of her classical piece,Widening Circles The blossoming lotus becomes the vehicle from which the dancer explores the concept that all elements in the universe are connected to one another The concert will be held as part of the Natya Ballet Dance Festival organised by the Sangeet Natak Akademi at LTG auditorium on December 2 Mangaldas expands the lotus motif beyond its structural or religious symbolism by underpinning it to the Buddhist concept ofPratityasamutpadaor co-arising “From the tiny atoms to vast galaxies from the simplest to the most complex from the mighty to the minute everything is linked and connected” she says One of the foremost exponents of the dance form Delhi-based Mangaldas has explored the nature of Krishna in 2010’s productionImmersedand celebrated the coming together of the five elements of nature into a harmonious whole inSamvetin 2007 Her contemporary pieces have ranged fromWhen Eternity Ends…Journeys In LovetoTextures of SilenceandInter-rupted Performing solo inWidening Circles Mangaldas presents her ideas through three segments titled Sun Earth and Moon which trace the opening of the lotus at dawn to the folding of its petals as the moon rises Thevirahini nayikain Moon expressed the pangs of separation through Mirabai’sMain virahini baithi jagoo jagat sab sove Shlokas are a part of the song in Sun while Earth has a couplet by poet Ahmed Naseem Qasimi Rabindranath Tagore’s On the day when the lotus blossomed and Rainer Maria Rilke’s I live my life in widening circles are infused into the performance Widening Circleswas first performed two years ago at a festival curated by Malavika Sarrukai in Chennai Its present staging comes against a global support for “walls being built and isolationist politics” “More than ever before we need to remember that little things can impact a huge multitude of events and people” she says Widening Circleswill be held at LTG auditorium on December 2 The Natya Ballet Dance Festival is on till December 3 For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Published: July 30 2016 12:07 pm In September 2016 ISRO will launch ScatSat a weather monitoring and forecasting satellite Top News Preparations for the launch of weather satellite INSAT-3DR with the geosynchronous satellite launch vehicle (GSLV-MkII) next month are progressing at Sriharikota officials said on Friday “The weather satellite INSAT-3DR will be put into orbit by a GSLV rocket August end Preparations for the launch are going on” P Kunhi Krishnan Director of the Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC) told IANS India’s rocket port is located in SDSC in Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh It is learnt that the launch is tentatively slated for August 28 A senior official of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) told IANS that the satellite is yet to reach the rocket port Normally the satellites reach the rocket port around a couple of weeks before the launch date “With improved shock absorbing aspects during the transit nowadays Indian satellites are first sent to filling of fuel and then to the clean room We have avoided one testing stage of the satellite and thereby cutting down the launch time” a senior ISRO official told IANS “However foreign satellites that ISRO launches with its PSLV rockets will be tested in full without skipping even the first clean room” he added In September 2016 ISRO will launch ScatSat — a weather monitoring and forecasting satellite — with polar satellite launch vehicle (PSLV)The Indian satellite will be a co-passenger to an Algerian satellite Both the satellites will be put into different orbits So the fourth stage/engine of the rocket will be switched off after ejecting ScatSat first Then after a gap of around 30 minutes the engine will be switched on and put the Algerian satellite into its intended orbit For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Kolkata | Published: September 27 2010 12:00 pm Related News Although willing to experiment with exotic flavours Indians still prefer drinks with an Indian toucheven if it means having an unorthodox cocktail of Scotch whisky and Darjeeling teasays an international whisky connoisseur “A cocktail made by mixing whisky with tea is catching up fast in India I was quite surprised when I noticed this as Indians already consume lot of tea hereso I thought they will not like such type of a cocktail But I think they prefer an Indian touch in their drinks” says whisky expert Stephen Marshall Boozing around 120 million cases annuallyIndia is one of the world’s largest consumers of whisky Having tasted the best of the spirits across countriesthe Scottish connoisseurwho is also the global brand ambassador for Dewar’s whiskysays the combination remains one of his favourites To make the cocktailone peg of whisky is poured into two pegs of first flush chilled Darjeeling tea Before topping it with lots of ice and a sprig of mintsugar syrup or honey is added to suit taste “The combo gives an amazing taste It makes for a freshdaytime drink” said Marshall during a recent visit to the city “The trick to combining different things with whisky is to get good flavours together Tea has a strong flavour of its own that works with the whisky” Having a much defined taste which can vary from being quite gentle to very strongsmoky and very heavyScotch whisky hashowevertraditionally not been used for cocktails “But there’s a whole plethora of ways of drinking whisky Cocktails can also be made with soft drinksgingerbeeretc” says Marshall After conducting tasting and blending sessions with whisky aficionados in cities like ChandigarhLudhianaMumbaiBangaloreKolkata and Delhithe specialist says the choices of Indian drinkers have matured over the years “I came here first in 2006 and since then the tastes have changed a lot Now people are more interested in finding out different kinds of flavours I have been to some of the best bars in the country and met the best of bartenders and all are experimenting” he points out Favouring blended malt whisky over the in-vogue single malt onesMarshall says that the blended ones take the best of the single malt to improve their taste “When you get many of themthen why get satisfied with single Blended ones take the best of the single malt and sell it after making it better” the connoisseur opines Blended whisky is made from a blend of multiple malts and grainsbut single malts are singularly produced from one distillery “It takes immense skill to blend whisky as the aim is to have the same final flavour” he says while rejecting the perception of whisky as stuffy and an old man’s drink “Whisky is all about enjoying yourself and enjoying life It is a perfect social lubricant as it encourages you to talk while drinking” he said Whiskyoften viewed as a serious drink for older men due to the subtlety and depth associated with itforms the bulk of the Indian-Made Foreign Liquor (IMFL) market in the country Nevertheless vodka is quickly becoming the tipple of choice in pubs and lounges as the Gen-X sees the alcoholic beverage as trendy and fashionable For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Estonia | Published: April 24 2015 12:06 pm Estonia’s undergrad jail Top News The prison at the University of Tartu in Estonia is now one of Europe’s leading centres of scientific research From 1632 to early in the 20th century delinquent undergraduates were kept here Students who didn’t make the cut ended up in this dark prison where they were given only basic facilities Students could face upto two-day imprisonment for not returning a library book on time Watch video: (Video by Praveen Swami in Estonia) For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsFred Kavli the man behind the Kavli Foundation died last week at the age of 86 He leaves a legacy of supporting the fundamental sciences that will be further strengthened in the future thanks to additional funds that Kavli bequeathed to the foundation in his will “Fred had always indicated that the foundation would exist in perpetuity” says Kavli Foundation President Robert Conn “He endowed it with a generous initial gift It will be even more generously endowed after his passing” Conn did not however provide details on how much Kavli’s final bequest will add to the foundation’s capital which totaled $145 million in 2011 according to tax records Kavli grew up in a small village in Norway and moved to the United States in 1956 Two years later he founded Kavlico Corporation which became one of the world’s largest suppliers of sensors for the aerospace and automobile industries In 2000 Kavli sold the company and launched the Kavli Foundation to support basic research? “We have conveyed our decision to snap ties to Shiv Sena. then the process will move ahead, their pictures on the budget document after ambulances and blue cards for subsidised atta-dal, The conversation relates to an article that Kumar claims had factual errors, the first government dispensary came up only around 2008.
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it must stand out. Opener and the in-form batsman Kshitij Sharma hit consecutive fours on the first tow balls he faced.