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Surabhi talks to Nani and says that its good to know that Harman still loves Didi a lot. people were at the mercy of insurance companies that could refuse coverage to or charge high premiums from all but the healthy, The concept was the brainchild of studio co-founder Kaushik Ramaswamy,Chandigarh has three cases registered against him in Chandigarh. fans went crazy and flooded social media platforms demanding to see the video “Tinka Tinka Dil Mera”. Commercial rates should not be taken from the industry, he added Joshi said that in March 2014 they would create the industrial category and now one could deposit industrial property tax at the rate of 75% of commercial collector rate For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: September 17 2013 2:41 am Related News The Delhi Cabinet on Monday approved the construction of a New Delhi Court complex at Deen Dayal Upadhyay (DDU) Marg at an estimated cost of Rs 306 crore The Cabinet chaired by Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit also approved a proposal to enhance the amount for purchase of laptops and desktops at the residences of around 700 judicial and executive officers under Delhi government Due to congestion at the Patiala House courts that house the New Delhi District Courts at presentDikshit said it a decision to shift the complex to DDU Marg (Rouse Avenue) had been taken The ambience of the Patiala House court complex has been eclipsed due to many unauthorised constructions within the premises… The Ministry of Urban Development was allotted a 5-acre plot by L&DO for the New Delhi district courts?

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While Azam Tariq, including India continue to commemorate the festival on the first Sunday of August. PTI "We welcome this verdict by Honourable Supreme Court RightToPrivacy is a Fundamental Right, Police reinforcements have been rushed from Haflong,d offer a plan in which the wealthy have to pay their fair share and more,” Nike said in a statement published by ESPN.Only Much Louder, “BJP leaders and MCD officials were in collusion with Kejriwal. ?creating a blurred effect in the background when you take a selfie The listing confirms the full hardware of the soon-to-be-launched smartphone The phone seems to be a mid-ranger boasting a 55-inch Full HD display a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor 4GB RAM 64GB of internal memory microSD support ( up to 256GB) a 16MP rear-facing camera and a 3160mAh battery Sadly it will run Android 60 Marshmallow instead of the latest Android Nougat In addition the V5 Plus as per the listing costs RM 1799 ( or approx Rs 27447) Also read:Lenovo Vibe S1 price slashed; now available at Rs 12999 on Amazon There have been rumours in the past that Vivo might be preparing to launch a boosted model of the V5 In fact Vivo has already started sending press invites for the launch of the V5 Plus without mentioning the name of the purported handset The launch is scheduled to happen in India on January 23 the same day when Huawei prepares to release the Honor 6X with dual rear-cameras For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Dipanita Nath | Published: March 4 2017 12:48 am A still from I Don’t Like it as You Like it Top News The Mahindra Excellence in Theatre Awards (META) does not claim to be the biggest theatre showcase in India That honour goes to Bharat Rang Mahotsav (BRM) the annual festival of the National School of Drama whose latest edition indicated that an overwhelming number of theatre practitioners are going back to epics to find stories The influence of mythology can be seen even in META one of the prestigious theatre awards in the country but the 10 plays seem uniformly concerned with characters grappling with caste gender personal and interpersonal politics Lassanwala Brahmins are forbidden from eating non-vegetarian food in which category falls the pungent garlic Kallu Brahmin cultivates and sells the bulb although the rest of the village including his family frowns upon it Don’t read the play as a political mirror of the rise of Brahmanical Hinduism Director Hemant Pandey says Lassanwala is a dramedy the sum of a drama and comedy about a lassanwala from his childhood who came to his house in Bareilly in the peak afternoons The play in Hindi and khadi boli builds the tempo through music drawn from the bhajans performed by elders in the villages around Bareilly as well as the Kabir poetry sung by Prahlad Singh Tipanya On March 4 at Sri Ram Centre 8 pm Bhima The madhyam Pandava is the archetype of machoism but Bhima shows that vulnerability is also a part of masculinity Vivek Vijayakumaran who plays Bhima underwent training in Kuttiyatam with an Inlakhs scholarship which informs the physical language of the play Directed by Anitha Santhanam the play traces the experiences of passionate emotional and sensitive people in contemporary society especially workplaces “Bhima was a person who could marry the demon Hidimba as well as princess Draupadi Yet if Bhima were to live today would he be a loyal middle management warrior but never the CEO of a company Does society look after its Bhima or is it only Arjuna we want” asks Vijayakumaran On March 5 at Sri Ram Centre 8 pm Elephant in the Room Yuki Ellias who has played roles ranging from Portia in Merchant of Venice to the berserk Brooke in Noises-Off directs herself in a solo performance Elephant in the Room The play stems from her fascination with Ganesha stories as well as the theatrical potential of a character with a half elephant-half human body Mr Tusk is misfit mismatched and misjudged He has also been given a new head of an elephant Confused and bewildered he finds himself lost in the forest in which danger lurks in every shadow “At the end it is not a Ganapati story but a tale of friendship and relationship with parents It is about being mismatched and how we can feel whole again” says Ellias On March 6 at Sri Ram Centre 6 pm Outcaste Akkarmashi a path-breaking work in Marathi Dalit literature about Sharankumar Limbale has been performed by several groups as well as solo performers Outcaste which received critical acclaim at BRM weaves several episodes from the text to create a narrative that according to director Randhir Kumar reflects the state of caste politics of the entire Indian state rather than of an individual On March 6 at Kamani auditorium 8 pm Kaali Nadakam The play is based on the ritual of Kaali Nadakam in which the goddess slays the demon Darika Director Chandradasan’s story is about a temple in which the actor playing the goddess kills the one enacting the demon Fifty years later the Kaali Nadakam ritual resumes in the temple — and once again the actor playing Kaali kills Darika Many ritual traditions and realism bring out the underlying conflicts of Dalit and feminist discourse law and order and the changing nature of social and religious customs On March 7 at Shri Ram Centre 6 pm Dhumrapaan Director Akarsh Khurana was at the Delhi airport waiting for a flight when he began to watch the smoking room The camaraderie between the smokers their body language and the change in dynamics when a woman entered formed the germ of the idea behind Dhumrapaan The plot unfolds in the smoking room of a corporate office where staffers unwind — and wind up — over drags as they talk about politics relationships and their financial fluctuations On March 7 at Kamani auditorium 8 pm Awddyo Shesh Rajani A play-within-a-play Awddyo Shesh Rajani revolves around Amiya a writer whose play The Prostitute becomes a big hit He starts an extra-marital affair with the lead actor Lata “Amiya now must confront inner demons outer turmoil passions and anxieties; the play has many layers which deal at various levels with personal relationships illicit love political satire artistic jealousies and professional battles The end is startling with a play-within-a-play leitmotif” says director Bratya Basu in a statement On March 8 at Shri Ram Centre 8 pm Katha Sukavi Surajmal The life and literary works of 19th century Rajasthani poet from Bundi Suryamall Mishranth is the base of the play We see his loyalty to Raja Ram Singh as well as the increasing influence of the East India Company and the conflicts of the first war of independence in 1857 An important element of the play is its use of music to carry forward the narrative On March 9 at LTG auditorium 6 pm Mahabharata It is only in the last few years that mainstream platforms have started including puppet theatre The first META had a puppet performance by Dadi Pudumjee titled Exposition which won awards in two categories This time it is Anurupa Roy’s play that uses shadow puppets human-sized puppets that are operated by three people and with a lot of extensions Actors too act as puppeteers and puppets The scattered narrative has 13 characters who ponder over their role in the war They are not heroes or villains simply grey in colour and human “You don’t hear the voices you see them” says Roy Yudhisthira’s gambling habit is an extension of his body that manipulates him even as he tries to manipulate it On March 8 at Little Theatre Group 6 pm I Don’t Like It As You Like It Director Rajat Kapoor returns with his clowns played by an ensemble cast of Vinay Pathak Cyrus Sahukar Joy Fernandes Faezeh Jalali and Aadar Malik The clowns with names such as Fido Popo Soso Coco and Mimi play members of a theatre troupe that has not been doing well lately In need of a powerful production they decide to stage William Shakespeare’s As You Like It with the men acting as women and vice versa The course of the play does not run smooth thanks to the fraught relationships between the different clowns that keep getting in the way A performance that was created organically by the cast and director is marked by smart dialogues and stellar performances On March 9 at Kamani auditorium 8 pm For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsLondon United Kingdom:Leicester City’s supporters celebrated a recent goal so jubilantly that a minor earthquake was detected in the city a group of geology students said on Tuesday The group from the University of Leicester recently placed earthquake-monitoring equipment at a school close to Leicester’s King Power Stadium Leicester fans have expressed their enthusiasm in a seismic way Getty When Leonardo Ulloa scored an 89th-minute winner in last month’s win over Norwich City fans’ celebrations sparked a mini-quake with a magnitude of 03 on the Richter scale "A few days after we installed the equipment at the school and were analysing data collected we noticed large peaks on the seismogram during football matches being held in the stadium nearby" said first-year student Richard Hoyle "A closer look showed us there was a strong correlation between the exact time Leicester scored at home and the occurrence of the large seismic signals "We concluded that our equipment was actually measuring small earthquakes produced by the sudden energy release by the cheering Leicester fans celebrating at the moment a goal was scored" Modest Leicester have charmed neutrals by surging to the top of the Premier League table and are currently five points clear with nine games of the season remaining AFP Brisbane Australia: Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis carried the dominance of 2015 into the new season winning their sixth consecutive title by lifting the WTA Brisbane trophy on Saturday The top seeds quelled the challenge of German wildcards Angelique Kerber and Andrea Petkovic 7-5 6-1 in mere 69 minutes Sania and Martina the world number one team have now stitched a 26-match winning streak together which has brought them six titles in a row at the US Open Guangzhou Wuhan Beijing WTA Finals and now in Brisbane It is the longest winning streak since Italians Sara Errani and Roberta Vinci’s 25 in a row in 2012 Sara and Roberta had won five titles in a row at Barcelona Madrid Rome the French Open and ‘s-Hertogenbosch Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis. Read more from Akarsh Sharma’s preview of France here.

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