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Tip 3: Use technology to its best Mandira’s take: Think of the time when there were hardly things like television, These conditions are localised and also last for a short duration, said K Sathidevidirector of India Meteorological DepartmentMumbai She added that the rain would be heavy and substantialsometimes extending over an area of just a few metres Mumbai has been seeing similar weather conditions since Saturday From 830 am Sunday to 830 am MondayColaba recorded 618 mm and Santa Cruz 57 mmall the rain in short bouts The relative humidity on Monday was high97 per cent in Colaba and 89 in Santacruz IMD officials said the catchment areas have also been seeing heavy rain since Sunday Sathidevi added? His films dealt with taboo subjects like adultery, For all the latest India News, The bench had on June 15 cancelled the AIPMT, the impugned order dated June 26,” one source said. is Chairman of the group whose group firms are into steel products, say, trouble erupted after the crowd entered the media enclosures leading to chaos just before Modi was to arrive at the rally venue.

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By: PTI | Kozhikode | Updated: January 28 not talking, last evening, was it so big that they treat him like a big criminal? proposed Baramulla-Kargil line takes into consideration the harsh terrain and adverse climatic conditions,s sprawling Matunga campus,000 crore Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train project. I don’t think the Arif Qasmani angle to the case has any strength. download Indian Express App More Related News the important thing is that we scored the goal but the referee made a monumental error.

and 19 by 2042, The IAF has already ordered 40 LCA Tejas, thus avoiding high taxes and bringing down prices. wants to invest $130 million and open 50 stores here.room full of 300 Jesuit priests in Rome.” Referencing Bernanos’ Diary of a Coutry Priest, he says he did not relate to it because he seems to portray only the unrelentingly harsh side of life Rather Scorsese looks to Bonhoffer Weisel and Levi as examples of survivors with courage and compassion In Shusaku Endo’s writing he says there is tenderness and compassion always Scorsese is all too aware that there is good and evil in the world Like Travis Bickle in ‘Taxi Driver’ he sees the horror on the the streets and in the world around him But Scorsese also sees the beauty He quotes the Latin inscription carved over the door ofCarl Jung’s home in Switzerland In English it reads “Called or not God will come – that says it’s all” By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: February 16 2017 5:27 pm Caretaker Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu O Panneerselvam PTI Photo Top News Hours after Governor Vidyasagar Rao invited Edappadi Palanisamy to form government in Tamil Nadu on Thursday a group of MPs and MLAs representing the Panneerselvam faction met Election Commission officials in Delhi The delegation brought to the commission’s notice over the manner in which AIADMK general secretary V K Sasikala was elected Terming her election as unlawful the delegation requested the EC to nullify her appointment and all the decisions she took as the general secretary WATCH VIDEO | 5 Things To Know About Edappadi Palanisamy After Panneerselvam rebelled against her he was expelled from the party Panneerselvam claimed that he was forced to resign as chief minister by Sasikala After the Supreme Court upheld the trail court verdict in the disproportionate assets case Sasikala swiftly moved to appoint Edapaddi Palanisamy as the legislature party leader He immediately sought an appointment with the Governor and staked claim to form the government in Tamil Nadu He is likely to swear-in as chief minister at 430 pm today after Governor Vidyasagar Rao asked him to prove his majority in the Tamil Nadu Assembly within 15 days more updates to follow For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Debabrata Mohanty | Bhubaneshwar | Published: February 13 2015 2:10 am Top News Six months before his tenure was to end Orissa Chief Information Commissioner Tarun Kanti Mishra has resigned from the post citing “personal reasons” However government sources said Mishra had been under pressure following allegations over the past year by civil society activists that he had amassed land from government agencies through false affidavits Mishra a 1975-batch IAS officer was appointed as CIC in November 2010 three months after retiring as state chief secretary His tenure as CIC would have come to an end on August 1 this year Sources said Pramod Mohanty now information commissioner would preside as CIC till a full-time CIC is appointed Share This Article Related Article In his January 5 resignation letter to Governor S C Jamir Mishra cited his desire to go on a long vacation to the US as the reason for resignation In September last year several RTI activists had alleged that Mishra has taken multiple plots in his and his wife’s name In 1989 he had taken a 3979 sq ft residential plot from Bhubaneswar Development Authority In 1992 he took a plot from general administration department in the name of his wife Sunanda Mishra For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsUpdated: March 2 2014 12:51 am Laxman Aelay’s Ringtone; and Lullaby Baby Related News In her yellow sari and an orange blouse a woman lies on the floor staring anxiously at the mobile phone placed next to her arm On a wall behind her is a poster of Osmania University in Hyderabad a hub of the violent protests and student suicides that have accompanied Telangana politics over the last three years The woman is possibly awaiting a phone call perhaps from her son about his safety who might be studying at the university This is Ringtone which was on display at Jehangir Art gallery in Mumbai last year as part of the exhibition “Fellow Travellers” It is one of the many paintings by Hyderabad-based artist Laxman Aelay which capture the struggles of the inhabitants of Telangana Forty-nine-year-old Aeley’s journey is often reminiscent of MF Husain’s whose tryst with art began as a painter of film posters while the former worked as a signboard painter “When I went to study in Hyderabad I was working as a book illustrator and I had done nearly 1000 illustrations for non-fiction Dalit and Bahujan literature poetry and feminist books I worked with feminist activists and was highly influenced by their vision of Telangana” he says When he returned to his village Kadirenigudem in Nalgonda district its harsh realities offered a stark contrast to the city life he had experienced “There was no water and the area was very dry I had not noticed this as a child” he says Soon his work would be inhabited by the humble men and women of the village Aelay’s paintings tell stories of villagers struck by poverty and trace their daily chores He says women play a very important role in his work “In my village women are responsible for farming as well as their homes My paintings bring out the role of women in the armed struggle for Telangana” says Aelay A Telengana identity is at the root of his oeuvre Left Myths features an elderly man in a red shirt and an off-white dhoti with his back to the viewer His shirt is adorned with motifs of horses and bulls which seem handpicked by the artist from the painted scrolls used by the Mandahechulu tribe in their performances a blend of singing storytelling and illustrated scrolls which reveal the history of the cattle-rearing Golla caste in the Deccan Thota Vaikuntam often referred to as the “Jamini Roy of the south” or “Vaikuntam from Telangana” was one of the first to portray the region’s sensibilities in his works His paintings bring out a deep-rooted fascination with his native village Boorugupally “In my village one will find certain strong colours like red green and yellow in the attires of people I studied what they wear how they sit and what they hold and I gave form to these studies through my paintings” says the 72-year-old artist Women appear to be frequent subjects of his works as well His canvases portray a simple life — men carrying toddy pots on their shoulders women engaged in temple rituals or standing alongside flute-bearing men almost like Radha and Krishna While making use of polka dots Vaikuntam employs the complex wash painting method to decorate his women in vivid hues “I want to bring out my cultural identity through my art” he says Though the colours used by him might appear to signify happiness and peace the turbulent history of his land is subtly entrenched in his paintings“I did not want my paintings to look happy If you see the women I paint closely you will see the suffering on their face By looking at the colours you might think they are happy but they are sad We had other similar movements in ’78 and ’79 My friends were tortured in police stations I could not do anything My feelings are there on the canvas” he says How will a new state affect the Telangana art scene Artists from Telangana hope that the creation of the new state will revitalise and promote Telangana culture which they feel has been neglected and many of its art forms are quickly disappearing “There are experts who draw or paint small images on temple walls or on cloth depicting a scene from the Mahabharata or describing a scene from local folklore This art is becoming rare so are Burrakatha and Pandulu which are oral storytelling forms There was a time when Burrakatha used to be the main entertainment in every village of Telangana’’ says Vaikuntam “Of course while we should try to nurture art we need hospitals and schools urgently as well’’ he adds Vaikuntam also feels that certain areas of Telangana require government support encouragement and funds to prevent them from becoming extinct and to help artists who could not get an opportunity to break into the mainstream art world “The real art lies in the villages and towns where it often goes unnoticed I know many good painters and craftsmen who eke out a living as drawing teachers in Hyderabad and other nearby cities while silently pursuing their passion Government-funded exhibitions and galleries where artists can display their work are urgently needed” says Vaikuntam Artist Annavaram Srinivas agrees: “The government should establish an exclusive Telangana Arts Academy” Painter Surya Prakash is sceptical about government support “Telangana will become a state after two-three months We have to see what kind of people run the government and whether they would be interested in salvaging Telangana art A few accomplished painters and artists from Telangana receive government support but there are entire families and communities who are into some kind of art or the other that is very unique and they need a lot of support” he says In the coming years Prakash predicts that painting and music may see several changes as people celebrate the new state and the landscape starts changing “I will continue to paint my women but I am also looking at starting to paint changing Telangana landscapes and other things’’ says Vaikuntam For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News 2009 11:31 pm Related News Central urban renewal mission boost for fleet-expansion plans of cash-strapped units in the state With the Centre making fresh funds available under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) for upgrading public transport in the city and its satellite cities,Ravinder Nayal 16; Shailendra Sharma 2 for 17, The letter states that SPG was ready to felicitate 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2014, The new terminal located at Mohali was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in September 2015. Sonowal demanded a special grant from the Centre for?embankments as a strong network of embankments hold the key to? Watch what else is making news Stating that scouting and guiding is tool for enrichment of life skills through proper understanding and? download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mysuru | Published: December 29, The representatives of the Delhi High Court and the Bombay High Court had expressed their inability to set up commercial courts at district level unless amendments were made in the Act to remove proviso regarding original jurisdiction of high courts and reducing the value of commercial disputes that could be taken up at the district level. download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: June 8,avalanche-prone slopes in Kupwara, it will be work done that will matter.

almost bankrupt in terms of revenue loss and also mounting debt, according to him. assassin of Mahatma Gandhi, Talking to reporters later, one delivery after he had removed Roston Chase. Wagner went on to dismiss West Indies captain Jason Holder for a first ball duck, you heard it right – your favourite spread between their signature buns!McDonalds Italy announced their coveted addition to their McCafe menu and people are just drooling over it The announcement has also taken the social media by storm Named as ‘Sweety con’ the company revealed the product on Facebook on November 10 and wrote “A soft sweetness has arrived that you will not be able to resist Try Sweety with Nutella now: soft bread with a creamy indulgent center” In just two days the Facebook post has gone viral It has been liked over 64000 times with around 63000 comments and shared over 73000 times at the time of writing Obviously it is hard to resist; one really doesn’t count calories when it’s Nutella And yes people are jealous as the product is restricted to Italy Tempting isn’t in So let’s book our flights to Italy If not can we please start a petition for it to be introduced in India There is Nutella crepe Nutella pizza and now a burger What’s your favourite Nutella dish Let us know in the comments below For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Updated: November 16 2017 4:21 pm Here’s everything you need to know about OnePlus 5T launch event livestream India release date expected price specifications features and more Related News OnePlus 5T launch is set for today in Brooklyn New York OnePlus 5T is a mid-cycle upgrade to OnePlus 5 and will go on sale in November itself in India OnePlus 5T will be sold via Amazon India like previous phones from the company and it will also be available on the oneplusstorein Sale for OnePlus 5T will start on November 21 at 16:30 IST (4:30 PM) Ahead of the launch we’ve come to know quite a few things about OnePlus 5T thanks to leaks OnePlus 5T is expected to come with a slight variation in specifications though the biggest difference will be the display OnePlus 5T will featurea 6-inch FHD+ resolution display with 18:9 aspect ratio A bezel-less display on OnePlus 5T means the home button will disappear and the fingerprint scanner will shift to the back For those interested in watching the OnePlus 5T launch event the company will livestream the same via its official YouTube page Additionally people in Delhi Mumbai Bangalore Hyderabad or Pune can head toselect PVR theatres to watch the OnePlus 5T global launch event Here’s everything you need to know about OnePlus 5T launch event livestream expected price in India specifications features and more: OnePlus 5T launch even location OnePlus 5T will launch in Brooklyn New York at 11 AMET which is 9:30 PM IST OnePlus had earlier put out a teaser on Twitter to reveal the place where OnePlus 5T launch event takes place The company hadasked fans to guess “which city we’re going to party in for the OnePlus 5T launch” The tweet showed the intersection of West 34th Street and Broadway which is in Manhattan New York OnePlus 5T: India launch expected price sale OnePlus 5T will be Amazon exclusive in India The smartphone will be available for purchase in an ‘Early Access’ sale for Amazon Prime members on November 21 starting 4:30 PM The official sale for OnePlus 5T will start from November 28 says the company OnePlus 5T could see a price tag closer to Rs 40000 which is slightly higher than the top-end model of OnePlus 5 However some leaks claim OnePlus 5T’s price will be same as OnePlus 5 OnePlus 5T: What time is the event and how to watch live stream OnePlus will livetsream its New York event on its official YouTube pageas well as its Facebook page Additionally OnePlus will host a simulcast product launch event in select PVR theatres across five Indian cities includingDelhi Mumbai Bangalore Hyderabad and Pune Tickets for the event were made available at Rs 99 on Bookmyshow website from November 8 from 10 am onwards OnePlus 5T: specifications and features OnePlus 5T will sport a bigger 601-inch display compared to the 55-inch one on the OnePlus 5 and it will be bezel-less OnePlus 5T’s display will have a resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels and 18:9 aspect ratio Improvements on the camera front are also expected OnePlus 5T will get dual 16MP + 20MP cameras at the back just like its predecessor though it looks like the second lens will come with f/17 aperture for better low-light pictures The front camera is said to be a 16MP one OnePlus 5T will run an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor (up to 245GHz) and it will be available in two variants based on storage – one with 6GB RAM and 64GB internal storage and another with 8GB RAM and 128GB ROM OnePlus 5T won’t have a home button and fingerprint scanner will be present on the back cover OnePlus 5T will run Oxygen OS based on Android 711 Nougat The battery on OnePlus 5T is expected to be the same non-removable 3300mAh one seen on OnePlus 5 It will come with support for Dash Charge technology OnePlus 5T is said to weigh slightly more at 162 grams and it will measure 1561 x 75 x 73 mm For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Cheena Kapoor | Himachal Pradesh | Published: January 10 2016 1:00 am Butoh teacher Gio (Photo: Cheena Kapoor) Top News Eyes searching for something their bodies spare and painted white some with clothes that seemed blood-stained others naked the students float in from different directions Behind them their teacher’s words soar “Imagine you’re liquid flow flow in every direction flow effortlessly” In the darkness of the night atop a hill near Lakagot village in Himachal Pradesh they whirled around in stark hyper-controlled movements like people possessed their eerie sounds of ululation breaking the stillness of the night It wasn’t a session of black magic in progress though These were students at the Subbody Resonance Butoh Himalaya a dance academy started in 2005 by 60-year-old Rhizome Lee which teaches butoh a form of Japanese dance theatre that encompasses a diverse range techniques and movements Butoh or the dance of darkness was first performed in 1959 by Hijikata Tatsumi and Ohno Kazuo It was their response to Westernised overly stylised movements of Japanese dance The grotesque gestures unpolished movements shaven heads and white body paint was a shock to the otherwise refined Japanese aesthetics Students rehearse at the school (Photo: Cheena Kapoor) Butoh can be performed in the presence or absence of an audience It calls for free-spirited performances at unsettling locations Hijikata and Ohno shared the subversiveness in their dance style but over the years both developed their own styles Hijikata’s dance was more based on Dadaism and surrealism Ohno on the other hand was a humanist He danced and communicated with his audience in identifiable characters In Nourit Masson-Sékiné and Jean Viala’s book Shades of Darkness Ohno is regarded as “the soul of butoh” while Hijikata is seen as its “architect” Hijikata was more like a technician while Ohno was a nurturing figure who influenced solo artists In the 1980s when dancers began performing outside Japan butoh began to gain some popularity During one such performance in Seattle Washington a member of the popular butoh dance group Sankai Jaku died when a rope broke The tragedy was widely reported and brought butoh into the limelight Even though it has been accepted as a performance art outside Japan after its initial flourish butoh remains relatively niche even in Japan After having travelled to various places Lee chose this quiet place in Jogibara village close to McLeodganj and set up the school Now it offers long-term courses and workshops“Butoh is the most honest dance form It defines you It is about resonating with yourself and your surroundings It is about putting your ego aside You don’t move something moves you” says Jaime Martinez a Spaniard in his early thirties who took a course in Lee’s school earlier this year Stillness in motion (Photo: Cheena Kapoor) Butoh takes inspiration from dark themes such as natural disasters disease and war The central concept of butoh is to avert fixity and accept one’s self in its entirety — the body and its many crises Lee a butoh dancer for over four decades says “It is like meditation We research inside bring out our weaknesses stop thinking and enter a subconscious world The essence of butoh is resonance In classical meditation you don’t move and try to detach yourself Here we achieve detachment by moving our body We take off the superficial mask we wear for the world and dance for anything in the universe” When Lee was in university in Kyoto in Japan Hijikata’s group came to perform there Lee was struck by the dichotomy it offered and was keen to take it up But he was married already and had just become a father He needed a job and a steady livelihood He waited 25 years painstakingly putting together savings that would help him pursue his dream some day Once his son joined work Lee finally decided to go back to butoh Under Lee’s careful guidance students from all around the world come to learn and practise butoh in this remote hill station There are not many takers in India — in all these years there have been less than 10 Indian students at his school but it enjoys a steady popularity among Europeans and Asians outside the subcontinent Lee lives on the first floor a cosy Japanese style living area and there are rooms for short-stay students on the top floor Time for some Butoh (Photo: Cheena Kapoor) During the course of their workshops the students are made to perform for the public every Friday in school premises or out on the streets In one such performance the dancers performed on a garbage patch on the streets and received mixed reactions from the locals Many villagers who were unaware of the form did not appreciate the ugliness it projected or the starkness it entailed Gio Dust 39 who now calls herself Satiji moved to McLeodganj from South Korea about four years ago learned the art form and now gives private classes She says “Our body has a lot of memories and it wants to perform them” In her opinion a butoh dancer resonates with the environment Each performance is affected by the surroundings the presence or absence of an audience weather and mood When she moves Satiji says she tries to detach herself from the world around her and delve deep into herself “Butoh for me is an alternative way of communication I communicate those emotions for which I’m short of words” she says In his book The Intensity of Nothingness well-known butoh dancer Iwana Masaki says “I have never heard of a butoh dancer entering a competition Every butoh performance itself is an ultimate expression; there is no and cannot be second or third places If butoh dancers were content with less than the ultimate they would not be actually dancing butoh for real butoh like real life itself cannot be given rankings” For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: July 14 2009 3:28 am Related News Despite monitoring the Kanpur abduction casethe state Special Task Force failed to rescue Karan Maheshwari or trace the kidnappers An STF team was keeping a close watch on the case along with Pawan Maheshwari They were involved in the case right from responding to the calls of the kidnappers to dropping the ransom at the place designated by the gang But still the kidnappers succeeded in collecting the money as well as killing the boy The Kanpur DIGNeera Rawathad claimed on Sunday that Pawan did not inform the local police and they came to know about the incident on July 11 evening She also had denied having any knowledge about any STF team probing the matter before the Kanpur police came into the picture But STF Inspector General KL Meena said: “An STF team has been engaged in the case since the kidnapping took place We are still probing the case” “We are unaware if the victim’s father contacted any STF official in Lucknow The details so farhoweverindicated that he remained in touch with the kidnappers after the incident” said SK SinghAdditional SP of STFwho is heading the Kanpur unit According to Singhthey are yet to receive any official order to probe the case On the contraryADG (Law & Order) Brij Lalsaid the Kanpur kidnapping probe had been handed over to the STF Sources in the STF said soon after receiving the first ransom callMaheshwari contacted one of his acquaintances posted at the Lucknow STF headquarters He gave the cellphone number from which the ransom call was made While Maheshwari was dealing with the kidnappers and had paid the amounta Lucknow-based STF team had been following the conversation Before they could pass on the information to their Kanpur colleaguesPawan had delivered the money The STF officials then decided to lay a trap to catch the accused whenas promisedthey would leave the boy at a temple in Kanpur But the kidnappers never turned up For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related Newskishoreda aap ki bahot yaad aati hai….

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