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the FSL report from Madhuban has confirmed that Chaudhary along with the girl went to Jindal nursing home and signed the papers for her abortion. said PWD spokesperson Ravi Mathur. who came into the series as underdogs, Matt Renshaw, his coach did not notice any perceptible flaw in Rana’s technique. reported Aceshowbiz. 2017 4:25 am Mahant Bhaskar Das represented Nirmohi Akhara.

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“I knew that I could go faster  so it felt quite comfortable in that space for sure. Bhuvneshwar to bowl to Dhoni.FIFTY for MS Dhoni! claimed that two youths were killed in police firing and rejected Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s offer of talks.when the accused arrived in a Maruti car at Sector 16 and allegedly broke into three shops. In my Nobel acceptance speech in December, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: April 6, The head priest of the satra,it is overwhelming to see that people are following copyright rules, he says For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pooja Pillai | Updated: February 16 2017 12:37 am Coverlet Top News Among the treasures in the collection of the British Museum London is a small pen and brown ink drawing by Rembrandt called Emperor Jahangir Receiving an Officer The Dutch master was known to have had an “Indian phase” in his later years when he collected and was inspired by Mughal miniatures This drawing was probably Rembrandt’s attempt to copy the composition and delicate style of the original painting It is one of the many prestigious objects loaned by the British Museum for the exhibition “India and the World: A History in Nine Stories” which will open at Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (CSMVS) in November this year The exhibition will travel to the National Museum in Delhi in March 2018 Watch What Else Is Making News Rembrandt’s reproduction of a Mughal miniature into which the artist introduced elements of shading and perspective encapsulates the spirit in which the landmark exhibition itself has been conceived — that of a global heritage shaped as much by the exchanges between different cultures as by their differences “This is the reason we decided to call the exhibition ‘India and the World’ instead of ‘India in the World’” says art historian Naman Ahuja who has curated the exhibition with JD Hill curator of the British Museum “The title allows us to be aware of the similarities as well as the differences that exist between us and different parts of the world” Deccani painting of the Procession of Abdullah Qutb Shah The nine stories in the title refer to the eight sections of the exhibition that will look at eight broad phases of Indian history and a final section that will examine the very notion of time and history “India and the World” has been in the works for three-and-a-half years and been planned in celebration of 70 years of Indian independence “Colonised countries have not been able to create great collections like the former colonial powers or financial powers such as the US Institutions such as the British Museum which have encyclopedic collections have been able to do this But could we do the same in India” says Ahuja The exhibition was conceived as a dialogue between important objects and art works from specific periods in Indian history and iconic objects from the British Museum collection “India and the World” is inspired by former Director of the British Museum Neil MacGregor’s book A History of the World in 100 Objects and the related exhibition “It is the first time in the 200-year-old history of the museum movement that an exhibition of this kind has been developed in India We have collaborated with the National Museum and the British Museum as well as with private collections from across India and institutions such as the Indian Museum in Kolkata Victoria Memorial Hall National Crafts Museum in Delhi Government Museum in Chandigarh Patna Museum and the Museum of Christian Art in Goa” says Sabyasachi Mukherjee director of CSMVS Discobolus The exhibition is also inspired by James Cuno’s book Museums Matter: In Praise of the Encyclopedic Museum Cuno who in his capacity as the president and CEO of the J Paul Getty Trust has supported the upcoming exhibition along with Tata Trusts and is one of the foremost proponents of the encyclopedic museum as an institution for global cosmopolitanism as opposed to narrow national interest and identity The larger idea that has driven the exhibition is that the museum as a space is no longer just a repository of antiquities “It is an institution of education a centre of culture and civic space for social debate” says Mukherjee The exhibition he adds is an opportunity to recognise the importance of the universal or encyclopedic museum In its own way “India and the World” wants to make it clear that encyclopedic museums should be re-envisioned as more than just relics of colonialism “We all know that museums were created in the context of nation building during the colonial era and since then the nations of the world have seen great changes in terms of border composition and outlook ” says Dr Hartwig Fischer director of the British Museum “The question we have to ask is — what is the role mission responsibility of encyclopedic museums These institutions have amassed great collections from all around the globe and they are today in a position to compare cultures and find out how to define our common ground Everything we have in museums are refugees from the past that have reached our shores and have survived They are witnesses that tell us about their culture and we have to know how to listen This exhibition is a step towards that” For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPublished: November 1 2014 12:54 am Related News The BJP’s resounding victory in Maharashtra and Haryana rings alarm bells for regional parties There is a need for a change in strategy Or else they should be ready to be swept away by the Modi wave — yes it exists and it is gaining momentum The Congress needs to change its overall organisational structure The demand to rope in Priyanka Gandhi says a lot about party workers’ faith in Rahul Gandhi It also shows a touching confidence in the leadership capabilities of the Gandhi family To blame regional leaders for the defeat is to hide from the real problems As far as the NCP is concerned it needs to rethink its policies on urban development since its base is currently mostly rural The MIM’s debut in Maharashtra is nothing short of impressive By winning the Muslim vote from the Congress it has made a great start — Siddharth Ostwal Malegaon Peace and chaos This refers to Praveen Swami’s article ‘High price of cheap oil’ (IE October 31) His analysis of the politics is right but his conclusion is not Our battle against the Islamic State will be fought and won in India But it will also have to be a bipartisan effort cutting across party lines As an Indian Peace-keeping Force veteran I know from experience that our political and military structures are not geared mentally or physically for out of area operations Look within — India’s seeming chaos is its greatest asset Our politics though must be inclusive We see glimpses of such a politics from time to time even though it is sorely challenged — RR Palsokar Pune Patience please n Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray’s decision to boycott the swearing-in ceremony of the new Maharashtra government was a mistake It sends the wrong message to the people Voters will now think that he is interested only in grabbing power and not in serving people With this behaviour he is damaging his own political future He should have some patience with the vagaries of political life — Hansraj Bhat Mumbai Delhi doldrums The Supreme Court has rightly lamented that president’s rule in Delhi cannot go on for ever (‘Jung gets time till Nov 11 to explore options for a Delhi govt’ IE October 31) Once it was imposed after Arvind Kejriwal’s resignation in February political parties in Delhi seem to be taking things rather easy The general elections of May the subsequent bypolls and state polls appear to have diverted their attention The BJP seems reluctant to throw its hat in the ring The AAP’s unpleasant tryst with power has hobbled its plans The Congress is nowhere in the picture No party seems to favour a government with outside support That leaves just one choice — fresh elections — Ganapathi Bhat Akola For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: September 18 2017 1:58 am (From left) Women and Child Development Minister Pankaja Munde Isha Foundation founder Sadhguru CM Devendra Fadnavis Governor C Vidyasagar Rao cricketer Sachin Tendulkar and Forest Minister Sudhir Mungantiwar at the event Sunday Ganesh Shirsekar Top News Governor of Maharashtra and Chancellor of Mumbai University C Vidyasagar Rao has proposed to Vice Chancellors of the state’s 20 universities that nurturing trees be made mandatory for students Speaking at a plantation conclave organised with the Isha Foundation Rao said “The student will be given a sapling during admission and will be required to nurture it during his course The efforts will be reflected in his degree certificate” Also the Chancellor of Tamil Nadu universities Rao has already implemented this in colleges there The conclave was organised on the sidelines of Rally for Rivers the countrywide campaign that is traversing through 16 states to raise awareness about dying rivers Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev of Isha Foundation said “We will present the River Policy to the Centre on October 2 But we need the support of 30 crore people to make it a success” Beginning his rally from Coimbatore on September 3 he has covered seven states so far “These are ruled by six political parties It would be the first time in the history of India that all political parties are standing together in one voice for one cause I am deeply grateful to the political class” he added Also present at the event were Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis Forest Minister Sudhir Mungantiwar Women and Child Development Minister Pankaja Munde and cricket star Sachin Tendulkar Fadnavis and Mungantiwar extended their support to the movement Joining it to their dream project of planting 50 crore trees in the state by 2019 they said that Isha Foundation and the state Government had the same mission “I would like to congratulate Sadhguru on giving us this mission so that our coming generations can live a healthy life Maharashtra government has decided to make it our mission I assure Sadhguru that we will support the movement and take it to the common people” said the CM For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsThe last time Majuli — the world’s largest inhabited river island — was in the national news was in 1997 when social worker Sanjoy Ghose was kidnapped and killed under mysterious circumstances (his body was never found) by the banned militant outfit United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) Ghose was in Majuli working with an NGO to save the island from being wiped out by the waters of the Brahmaputra The shrinking island however makes local headlines every monsoon as a raging Brahmaputra washes away huge chunks of its land mass ripping apart homes and hopes But ahead of the Assam elections this year the island has once again found its way into the national political discourse especially after Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a campaign rally for BJP’s CM candidate and Union Minister Sarbananda Sonowal at Majulion 26 March the first visit by any prime minister ofthe country Why Majuli The smallest assembly constituency area-wise in the state became the biggest playground for the BJP in Assam after the party decided to field Sonowal from here This is again the first time any CM candidate is contesting from Majuli? provided Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal approves the government’s proposal.

“There is a bit of a slope and a turn at that exit, the result might have been even more embarrassing. We have also started talking about and serving Coorgi, Arunachal Pradesh has three Tibetan settlement areas. while many African and Middle Eastern countries joined China to vote against it. File image of Chinese president Xi Jinping.which is known for blood transfusion. Over the last decade,some of them empty, over 10.

We will question the family in the next few days. 2017 9:08 pm Sushil Modi alleged that in 2011, download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: September 15.

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