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Quoting unnamed BCCI sources, This was also for Zakir Naik’s ‘outstanding service to Islam and Muslims at a global level in Media, Some information regarding eligibility for donation is asked through SMS template. jaldi hi theek thaak hokar aap aa jayein (get well soon)…my prayers and love to you sir…and a big hug… Nasrun minal lahe wah fatahun kareeb (sic), Shahrukh wrote on Twitter SRK and Big B have worked together in quite a few films like ‘Mohabbatein’’Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham’’Veer Zaara’’Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna’ and ‘Bhootnath’ For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: A notice to bring a privilege motion against Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani was submitted to Rajya Sabha chairman Hamid Ansari on Tuesday a day after a similar notice was submitted in the Lok Sabha "We have given a privilege motion against the HRD minister The other day HRD minister misled the house while discussing matters related to Hyderabad university The minister has misled the nation through this parliament so we have moved a privilege against her" Leader of Opposition Ghulam Nabi Azad said Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said the opposition had no response to the HRD minister’s reply HRD minister Smriti Irani "I want to tell the leader of opposition the discussion that happened the reply was given with facts You have no answer to that You do not have any valid arguments so you are giving invalid arguments" Naqvi said Azad was backed by other opposition members and Janata Dal-United leader Sharad Yadav said: "This is a serious issue and we support it" Rajya Sabha’s Deputy Chairman PJ Kurien then said the notice is under consideration of Chairman Ansari "The notice has been received It is under the consideration of honourable chairman" said the deputy chairman Naqvi hit out at the opposition saying: "It is not right that you are trying to suppress someone’s voice through privilege (motion)" The opposition members wanted to debate the issue but the chair pointed out that it cannot be done unless the notice is admitted With AIADMK members protesting near the chairman’s podium over former finance minister PChidambaram’s son Karti the house was soon after adjourned till 3 pm IANS Written by Stephen Alter | Published: November 25 2017 1:15 am An abandoned horoscope unfurls in the wind at Chandrashila in the Garhwal Himalayas Express Photo by Ganesh Saili Top News Photographs never lie but they also never forget At least that’s what the old adage once had us believe Cameras were considered omniscient instruments of truth while a pen could only be as honest as the human mind which directed our fingers to scribble words on a page Hence a book that contained both images and text combined the supposed infallibility of light with the inherent unreliability of language Today technology has given us the paradox of digitized images and words both of which are now made out of the same malleable stuff On my iPhone screen I can cut and paste sentences or paragraphs dictated through a voice recognition app while manipulating the colour tint and contrasts in a picture taken on the same device Of course there was a time in the dark and distant past when neither “word processing” nor “Photoshop” could be found in the Oxford dictionary As someone surely must have pointed out already in those days Apple was either a forbidden fruit or a record label and Amazon a river in Brazil or possibly Raquel Welch in 100 Million BC (and if you don’t know what I’m talking about then Google it) Wanderings Through the Garhwal Himalaya Ganesh Saili Niyogi Books 244 pages Rs 750 All of this brings me in a roundabout way to the subject of a new book by Ganesh Saili Wanderings Through the Garhwal Himalaya (Niyogi Books November 2017) a photographic and literary tribute to his homeland Though Saili has lived in the foothills of Mussoorie for most of his life his roots lie in the heart of the Himalaya overlooking the swift glacier-fed waters of the Alakananda He has the privilege of being a Garhwali but over the years he has also acquired an outsider’s perspective through his research teaching and travels This new book is both a personal journey that traverses ancestral landscapes as well as a panoramic view of the mountains seen from afar Unlike many glossy publications today Wanderings in the Garhwal Himalaya is not entirely the product of digitised media Most of the photographs were taken on Kodachrome film which has its own recognizable pigments textures and optical integrity Saili’s images of the Himalaya come from half a century of peering through a viewfinder while manually focusing his lens setting f-stops and adjusting shutter speeds often as he balanced at the edge of a precipice or lounged on a bugiyal meadow high up in the mountains At the same time his research which underlies the narrative comes from numerous volumes that line his study rather than pre-packaged information procured online Despite pilfering bookworms of both the six and two-legged variety Saili has been able to collect and preserve one of the most extensive libraries on the geography history and cultural heritage of Garhwal While his new book is full of first hand accounts of walkabouts in the hills it also draws generously from sources like E T Atkinson’s Himalayan Gazeteer and Frank Smythe’s Valley of Flowers But as he writes in his introduction the true inspiration was his father who “had joined the male exodus from our village in the remote hills of Chamoli in search of any job that would give him some money” Years later Ganesh’s father recalled how as a young man of sixteen he stood in a queue at the Rishikesh bus stand and bought the cheapest ticket available which happened to take him to Mussoorie In a sense this book represents a reverse migration a return to the inner mountains of Garhwal on a quest for origins both personal and historical Chapter titles like “Not So Quiet Flows the Yamuna” “Travels With the Four-Horned Ram” and “Mana’s Mystic Magic” give a sense of the various destinations as well as the romance and nostalgia that guides his journeys Photographs of terraced fields clad in yellow mustard blossoms white snow peaks reflected in the frozen surface of a high altitude lake or a sorrowful bride being carried away from home in a palanquin complement the rustic stories that unspool like raw wool yarn rough-spun on a drop spindle Which takes me back to the essential process of writing and publishing a volume like this Today the design of a book often seems to be as important as the contents with computer graphics programs that lay out words and images in a way that catches the eye but constantly interrupts the text A reader faces the challenge of focusing on the story which is broken up into extended captions or simply serves as an abstract frame of words that set off the pictures Fortunately Saili’s publishers have restrained themselves and allowed his language and photography to stand together equally on the page without intruding on each other I’m sure that this book would have made the author’s patriarchs proud for it is dedicated to his grandfather Govind Ram Saili’s memory but more than that it is like buying a one-way ticket back home Stephen Alter lives in Mussoorie and is the author of 18 books For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top Newswhat happened in the intervening six years to allow the entire parliamentary board (from which he had been unceremoniously dumped by the same Rajnath Singh in 2006) to pose for photographs with him last Friday? 2016 3:11 pm Sharon Osbourne has reportedly split from her rocker husband Ozzy Osbourne after nearly 34 years of marriage. 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the management rented out space on the campus to two banks and a gym, claimed Gajanan Kalegeneral secretaryMNVS For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Kanchan Chakraborty | Kolkata | Published: June 19 2012 12:06 am Related News An expert committee set up by the environment department today released a draft policy on wetlandswhich suggests that filling up of water bodies should be prohibited by the state government In the West Bengal Wetlands and Water Bodies Conservation Policythe four-member panel recommends that no wetlands and water bodies can be filled updegradeddrainedconverted or subjected to any kind of activity that is incompatible with the ecological integrity of the wetlands Dr Dhrubajyoti Ghosha member of the panel appointed by the state government last yearsaid the draft policy had been released for seeking public opinion According to the suggestionsthe state government should prohibit any further filling up of any wetlandwater body or paddy field irrespective of its sizeon any grounds including so-called “public interest projects” This will have to be made mandatory by the government throughout the state The state should also undertake awareness programmes for at least 10 years on the importance of wetlands and water bodies “This can be compared with the kind of efforts made for population control or polio eradication at the national level” states the draft policy The previous government had not adopted any wetlands policy As a resultmany water bodies and wetlands had been filled upGhosh said The policy says”Unless the above tasks are undertaken without any further delaythere will be little chance of any success in the government’s efforts for conservation of wetlands and water bodies in West Bengal Finallyconservation of natural resources in general and wetlands in particular will require unfaltering political support and spontaneous participation of the citizenry” The Calcutta High Court had set up an expert committee in February after hearing a PIL on water bodies and wetlands in the state Ghoshwho is also a member of the court-appointed committeesaid they had received a large number of complaints from all the districts on filled-up water bodies and wetlands For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSrinagar: Cold wave tightened its grip on Kashmir with the night temperature in Srinagar dipping slightly to settle at the season’s lowest of minus 62 degrees Celsius Representational image PTI Srinagar the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir recorded its coldest night this winter at minus 62 degrees Celsius — marginally down from minus 61 degrees Celsius recorded the previous night an official of the MeT department said This was for the third straight day that the minimum temperature has settled at minus 60 degrees Celsius or below in Srinagar city where many water bodies have partially frozen due to intense cold conditions The fringes of the famous Dal Lake were also frozen in the early hours but bright sunshine — along with the maximum temperature staying above 10 degrees Celsius for the past two days — has given some respite to the people during the day time Elsewhere in the valley the minimum temperatures stayed several degrees below the freezing point While the night temperature in Qazigund in south Kashmir stayed at a low of minus 58 degrees Celsius same as the previous night the neighbouring Kokernag town saw mercury rise marginally to minus 34 degrees Celsius compared to yesterday’s minus 42 degrees Celsius the official said He said Kupwara in north Kashmir recorded a low of minus 56 degrees Celsius almost similar to previous night’s minus 55 degrees Celsius Gulmarg — the famous ski-resort in north Kashmir — recorded a low of minus 76 degrees Celsius up three degrees from minus 106 degrees Celsius the previous night The night temperature in Pahalgam the famous health resort which also serves as one of the base camps for the annual Amarnath Yatra — increased marginally from minus 81 degrees Celsius the previous night to settle at minus 76 degrees Celsius last night Kashmir is currently under the grip of Chillai-Kalan a 40-day harshest period of winter when the chances of snowfall are most frequent and maximum and the temperature drops considerably It ends on 31 January but the cold wave continues even after that in the valley The 40-day period is followed by a 20-day-long Chillai- Khurd (small cold) and a 10-day-long Chillai-Bachha (baby cold) By: IANS | Mumbai | Published: December 25 2015 11:24 am There are very few handsome actors in India and the country needs more feels actress Soha Ali Khan Related News There are very few handsome actors in India and the country needs more feels actress Soha Ali Khan At a fashion event Soha was asked about superstar Salman Khan’s 50th birthday “I have always loved watching Salman Khan movies ‘Maine Pyar Kiya’ was the first movie I saw growing up where I really thought he is a handsome Indian actor And even today many years later he is just as handsome and I think he is really very unique and special “And we need more handsome Indian male actors There are very few” said Soha who will next be seen opposite Sunny Deol in “Ghayal Once Again” Soha’s brother Saif is also considered one of the most handsome actors in the country Asked about him Soha said: “He is of course very handsome My most favourite role of his is Langda Tyagi (in Vishal Bhardwaj’s ‘Omkara’)” She said Saif teaming up again with Bhardwaj for “Rangoon” “is something that is very exciting for all of us” “Rangoon” also stars Kangana Ranaut and Shahid Kapoor For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: January 14 2016 1:24 pm Actor John Abraham unveiled another teaser poster of his soon-to-release film ‘Rocky Handsome’ Related News Actor John Abraham unveiled another teaser poster of his soon-to-release film ‘Rocky Handsome’ It is the third teaser poster of the movie and the actor has restrained from sharing his entire look In this poster all we can see is John Abraham’s chiseled body with cuts on his back The poster looks brutal wherein John Abraham is also seen holding knives in both his hands An upcoming action thriller by Nishikant Kamat ‘Rocky Handsome’ is about a man who who sets out to take revenge from the mafia as they take away an eight-year-old girl with whom the actor shares a special bond (Read:Revealed: John Abraham’s look in ‘Rocky Handsome’ Here’s teaser poster: 6 Days to Go Prepare for the Best Cinematic Fight on Indian Screen Ever #RockyHandsome #Action #Emotion #Protector pictwittercom/rZq0orgAKo — John Abraham (@TheJohnAbraham) January 14 2016 In the earlier two posters we could only see John’s hands holding a gun and knife Co-produced by John himself the film will release on March 25 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: July 2 2016 5:44 am Top News A 50-year-old man allegedly committed suicide after killing his wife and five-year-old daughter in southeast Delhi’s Okhla Thursday night said police sources While police are trying to ascertain the reason for the ‘murder-suicide’ initial investigation has revealed the man Mahesh Chauhan was suffering from depression as he was facing financial difficulties According to police sources Chauhan also suspected his wife Ranjana (35) of having an affair Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news No suicide note was found from the spot said police “Prima facie it appears that Chauhan first killed Ranjana by hitting her on the head with a wooden plank He then strangled their daughter Laado using a cloth He later committed suicide by consuming rat poison at his home in Sanjay Colony slum near Okhla Phase-II Thursday night We are trying to ascertain the exact cause of death” said Deputy Commissioner of Police (south-east district) M S Randhawa Chauhan had lived in the area for nearly 20 years and worked as a part-time confectioner Ranjana who was his second wife worked in a factory at Okhla “The incident came to light Friday morning after their bodies were found inside a bedroom on the first floor of their four-storey building by Ranjana’s nephew and a tenant who lived on the ground floor One of their neighbours informed the PCR” said a police officer The forensic crime team has seized an empty bottle of poison and the wooden plank which had blood stains said police “A case of murder has been registered under relevant sections of IPC and we are investigating further to find the exact cause of death” said the police official During questioning of local residents as well as the victims’ neighbours police learnt that Ranjana and Chauhan often fought over money Ranjana had lent Rs 280 lakh to her brother a year ago to buy a tractor and Chauhan wanted the money back said police sources For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | London | Updated: February 17 2017 1:06 pm Real Madrid produced one of theirbest performances of the season in a victory over Napoli (Source: Reuters) Top News While Barcelona reels Real Madrid keeps getting better A day after the Spanish rival was demoralized by Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League Madrid produced one of its best performances of the season in a victory over Napoli to move closer to its seventh straight appearance in the quarterfinals There was more good news for Madrid on Thursday as Gareth Bale practiced with the rest of the team and will be ready to make his return to the lineup this weekend after a long injury layoff It means the “BBC” trio of Bale Karim Benzema and Cristiano Ronaldo will be reunited after nearly three months just in time for the decisive stages of the season The forwards will likely be playing together when Madrid hosts Espanyol in the Spanish league on Saturday when it will have a chance to increase its lead over Barcelona and stay on track for its first league title since 2012 “We are all very happy” Benzema said after scoring in the 3-1 come-from-behind win over Napoli at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium on Wednesday “Now we have to keep this momentum in the league” Madrid defending its Champions League title conceded an early goal but recovered quickly to comfortably earn the victory ahead of the second leg in Italy “We put in a great performance possibly our best” Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane said Benzema’s resurgence also meant good news for Zidane and Madrid as the French striker had been criticized for lackluster performances and a scoring drought that lasted six games With the goal against Napoli Benzema became the top French scorer in the Champions League with 51 one more than Thierry Henry “That’s important for my confidence” he said Madrid has already won two titles this season the European Super Cup in a final against Sevilla and the Club World Cup in Japan It has a one-point lead over Barcelona in the Spanish league but with two games in hand at Valencia and at Celta Vigo Madrid was eliminated by Celta Vigo in the quarterfinals of the Copa del Rey Barcelona is playing the Copa final against Sevilla on May 27 at Atletico Madrid’s Vicente Calderon Stadium It already beat Sevilla in the Spanish Super Cup final Winning its sixth Champions League title will be a longshot after the resounding 4-0 loss to PSG in France on Tuesday a result the prompted criticism of coach Luis Enrique and put in doubt his future at the club “We are a team that has showed in past seasons that we know how to come up with good performances” Luis Enrique said after taking the blame for the debacle in Paris one of the worst in the club’s recent history “We will have a small chance but it’s still a chance” Barcelona hosts promoted Leganes on Sunday in the Spanish league a competition it has won the last two seasons For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsFormer World Championships bronze-medallist Vikas Krishan (75kg) was the lone Indian to make the final while three others settled for bronze medals after losing hard-fought semifinal contests in the Asian Boxing Championships on Friday Vikas defeated Iraq’s Waheed Abdulridha 3-0 to set up a clash with Uzbekistan’s Bektemir Melikuziev in the final However Satish Kumar (+91kg) L Devendro (49kg) and defending champion Shiva Thapa (56kg) lost their respective semifinals despite valiant efforts and settled for bronze medals Vikas Krishan All three of them had earlier assured themselves of berths in next month’s World Championships — the first qualifier for 2016 Olympics Also making the World Championships cut today were Madan Lal (52kg) and Manoj Kumar (64kg) after the Uzbek boxers who beat them in the quarterfinals — Shakhobidin Zoirov seeded second and Fazliddin Gaibnazarov respectively — advanced to the final Vikas an Asian Games bronze-medallist was the last Indian in action today and he made sure that the contingent had something to cheer for after a largely disappointing day Unlike his usual defensive style the Haryana-lad was attacking in his approach today and let loose a flurry of combination punches to push Abdulridha on the backfoot The Indian the busier of the two when it came to attack did not allow Abdulridha to come out of the shell guard in the first round In the second round Vikas targetted Abdulridha’s torso forcing him to counter-attack Vikas then took full advantage of the defensive lapses committed by the Iraqi and connected his left uppercuts with deadly accuracy In the end the 23-year-old emerged a unanimous winner getting the nod of all three judges "His boxing was very clean and his punches had power In the final round he showed how to maneuver after dominating the first two rounds Very clinical show" national coach Gurbax Singh Sandhu told PTI "It is a very satisfying performance and I am glad that six of my boys made the World Championships cut" he added Earlier Satish gave a fighting performance against second seed Wang Zhibao of China The Indian lost 0-3 but the scoreline did not reflect the enormity of the fight that he gave to the Chinese who appreciated his effort with an embrace after the bout Both the boxers followed similar tactics of counter-attack and Satish did not concede any easy points to his opponent but the Chinese got the judges’ nod for his superior ring craft and some well-connected uppercuts "It was a 50-50 contest and it is always disappointing to lose a close fight" Sandhu said Devendro was even more ferocious in his 1-2 loss to top-seeded Uzbek Hasanboy Dusmatov The silver-medallist from the previous edition was aggression personified and had Dusmatov scurrying for cover with his flurry of right uppercuts and jabs The Manipuri was clearly the better of the two boxers in terms of precision in the first two rounds Luckily for the Uzbek his tactics of bending excessively and using his elbow to push Devendro went unnoticed by the referee and he did not get the warnings that might have thrown up a different result "It was a heartbreaking loss Devendro fought extremely well but could not be on the winning side His performance was exceptional and I am proud of him" Sandhu said Shiva on the other hand let slip early advantage to go down 1-2 to Uzbekistan’s Murodjon Akhmadaliev The defending champion dominated the opening round but lost his way in the next two as Akhmadaliev broke through his defences to score a come-from-behind victory "He fought well but unfortunately it wasn’t enough However I am overall satisfied with his effort" said Sandhu PTI It was alleged that on the final day, Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime) Himanshu Roy said the arrests were made after the police traced the IP address of the person who posted the papers online and questioned 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