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For all the latest Lucknow News,Biku Patel, Twitter and Facebook also have people urging rational use of water. I am confident that was the last time we made those mistakes, Meanwhile,” Jana said. chair, He also asked farmers to go for cooperative based farming system.Directing the Agriculture department to set up 50 farms within this year so that more and more youths could be engaged Sonowal said the government was committed to set up agri-based industries in the state in a large way He asked the officials to take all precautions to fight the menace of pests and insects affecting the agricultural lands For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: November 25 2017 5:09 pm Kunal Kemmu will essay the role of lawyer Ram Jethmalani in his biopic Related News Kunal Kemmu who will play Ram Jethmalani on the big screen says bringing the journey of the prolific lawyer-politician is a massive responsibility on the team The film will be produced by Kunal his wife Soha Ali Khan and Ronnie Screwvala He says they were initially unsure about bringing Jethmalani’s story to life but they firmly believed that it deserves a cinematic adaptation In an interview with PTI Kunal says “I felt we need to tell his story as he has a 70-year-old career and a 94-year-old of life it is so amazing We read all the books on him We did not have a plan we just felt this story needs to be told whether as a series or a feature film There is lot of responsibility as it is not a work of fiction you do fictionalise few things but primarily it is a biopic A lot of research goes into a project like this” The 34-year-old actor says getting Jethmalani’s official go-ahead for the biopic was most important for the team “We needed his life rights with us and it all happened (referring to Jethmalani giving his nod for the film) now it is a huge responsibility on us Kunal met Jethmalani along with Soha when he was 93 “We were in Delhi and I have a lot of friends who are into law Every time there are some legal discussions Ram Jethmalani’s case studies are talked about “I was intrigued by him his journey He is supposed to be the God in the world of law He has an amazing professional life and an intriguing personal life” says Kunal The Golmaal Returns actor says the film will have a balanced approach towards all aspects of Jethmalani life – be it good or bad “The biopic has to be real You get the life rights as you want to say everything that is not in public domain It will be all of it (positive and negative)” Jethmalani who announced his retirement in September fought several high-profile cases representing many controversial clients from stockbroker Harshad Mehta to former Prime Minister P V Narasimha Rao among others When asked if the film will be a case-by-case account the actor says “Those things are being worked out” Kunal adds the team is putting the script together and they will soon have a director onboard He says they have zeroed down on a title for the biopic but it is too early to reveal anything at the moment The film will go on floors next year For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Arun Prashanth Subramanian | Published: February 7 2016 12:19 am Bird droppings have left their indelible mark on the statue Tashi Tobgyal Top News It’s a routine Thursday morning and at 11 am the roads are the realm of mostly late office-goers The lawns of Lutyens Delhi however are bustling with activity Word of a possible inspection by superiors has swept down the ranks of the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) and an army of workers clad in orange and fluorescent reflective jackets is thronging the area A group of men stands next to the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel statue at a roundabout on Parliament Street the only statue in Delhi’s prime real estate under the NDMC discussing if the sculpture requires a wash They decide against it “We don’t clean it that often as it involves huge logistics It also requires to be cleaned by an expensive chemical as it is a limestone structure Mostly it is refurbished before important events like Sardar Patel’s birth anniversary (October 31)” says an official who doesn’t want to be named In his Mann ki Baat address as well as tweets Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been encouraging the public to help keep statues such as this one clean “#StatueCleaning is a noble contribution to nation building & towards #MyCleanIndia” the PM tweeted on January 28 before following it up with “Clean a statue in your vicinity & share pictures with #StatueCleaning I will RT some of them in the days to come #MyCleanIndia” Since then he has retweeted at least five instances of people cleaning statues No one knows when this imposing Patel statue was last cleaned Modi himself was here on October 31 which is celebrated as Rashtriya Ekta Diwas by his government A plaque in the front identifies Patel as ‘Architect of the Nation’ Another at the back states when it was unveiled: 18th September 1963 by then President Dr S Radhakrishnan At the statue’s base which appears to have initially been built to accommodate water two women safai karamcharis sweeping the floor admit “we don’t really know anything about the person in the statue” Their woes are more grounded “It’s the pigeons that are the biggest trouble here” says the elder of the two 55-year-old Rama refusing to tell her last name or be photographed “We keep cleaning it but they keep coming back People feed birds here and this is like a kabootar ka dhaba” adds the petite woman dressed in a colourful batik sari as she swats at a down feather that floats away Amid the layer of dust that covers the statue the pigeons have left their indelible mark A huge flock keeps flying about drawn towards grains and a clay pot with water on a divider nearby At the top of the statue the bird droppings have formed a pattern: it could be an inverted white crown but is more akin to a watermelon helmet The official says the PM’s request to the public to pitch in to keep statues clean “isn’t really feasible here” “This statue is at least 35 metres in height and requires workers to climb shaky ladders to even get to it” he says It doesn’t help that this is a high-security zone Then there is the issue of jurisdiction: the governance conundrum that plagues the national capital with its multiple civic agencies applies to its statues as well While the Sardar Patel statue is the domain of the NDMC the Central Public Works Department which reports to the Central government is in charge of nearly all the other statues in Lutyens Delhi “We are not engaged to clean this statue either They get other workers to do it Our job is to keep the surroundings clean After we are done cleaning around the base we move to the railings and then cut the grass We can however paint the fences” says 35-year-old Draupadi the warier and quieter of the safai karamcharis Living in the same neighbourhood located close to the Haryana border they work 9 am to 5 pm “Every morning we are assigned a roster We can be sent anywhere” says Rama She has been posted at this roundabout for the past five months she adds “Just the cleaning and cutting take up most of our time” Rama adds “We have lunch and then do the same thing all over again as a lot of people come here” Originally from Mathura Rama says she moved to Delhi after her marriage in 1989 She joined the NDMC in 1999 but only became permanent last August she adds Draupadi who has been at the roundabout for three months joined the NDMC about five years ago “I lost my husband and was left with two children My brother helped me get a job here I had been posted in the office but was moved out after some issues” she adds As the afternoon sun bakes the statue the area beneath it comes to life Like at other roundabouts across Lutyens Delhi people mostly employees from government offices nearby gather on the grounds for their lunch break Some share meals right underneath the statue others bicker over a game of cards Yet others spread out newspapers for a nap in the warm winter sun A youth rests his mobile phone on his chest puts on songs loudly and lies down hands covering his eyes The only deserted part is where the pigeons have left their droppings A lone woman hunched close to the statue’s perimeter invites a dozen stares But she stands oblivious — to them and like the others to Sardar Patel above The two safai karamcharis take their place among the revellers and resters for lunch They spread a mat close to the statue and keep an eye on it preventing anyone from entering its perimeter After a meal of roti and dal brought from home Rama rests for a while while Draupadi knits “I like to knit” she says “I make things for my children” An hour later the roundabout starts emptying and the two are joined by a gardener “Don’t write while you are speaking to them” he advises pointing to the women “It’s making them nervous” Watching the pigeons flock back Rama lets out a sigh “The water that we get here makes me sick” she says Around tea time she lights a beedi and relaxing opens up Without a sense of irony she says “My youngest son is 21 and suffers from chronic bronchitis We tried to get him treated at a number of places but he is now bedridden” So the onus to support the family is on her and her younger daughter who works in a beauty parlour “My elder daughter is married but is now back home and my husband has retired I get about Rs 6000 of which I spend Rs 1500 on a bus pass It is still better than the Rs 2500 I got before I became permanent last August” Rama says The sun by now has beginning to fade behind the statue and Rama and Draupadi start packing up Within minutes the only figure at the roundabout is Sardar Patel with his crown of droppings For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Updated: August 18 2016 11:09 am The miscreants smashed tables chair fax machines and damaged fans and other office paraphernalia (source: Twitter/ Ashutosh) Top News A day after AAP convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal directly accused the involvement of the state BJP government in attacks on Dalits in Una his own party’s state office in Ahmedabad was attacked and ransacked by unidentified persons on Wednesday afternoon? as we all know,Bharat for free with extension like.

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” Price said.The rover teams are determining the most useful sites for the rovers Curiosity and Opportunity to remain productive during the solar-conjunction period This will be the eighth solar conjunction period for the Mars Odyssey orbiter the seventh for the Opportunity rover the sixth for the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter the third for the Curiosity rover and the second for the MAVEN orbiter NASA said For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai | Updated: February 9 2014 1:22 pm BCCI president N Srinivasan the brain behind the restructuring of the ICC will take over as its first-ever chairman in July Related News World cricket as we know it is all set to undergo an unprecedented metamorphosis with the ICC having approved a major overhaul of its managerial hierarchy along with other path-breaking initiatives After all the squabbling and finger-pointing that has gone on in the ICC’s corridors of power it was the ‘big three’ or the BCCI ECB and CA that had their way getting the key points of their proposal sanctioned at the governing body’s meeting in Singapore on Saturday While the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) were the only two boards to withhold their votes the proposal received the 8-2 majority it required with Cricket South Africa (CSA) coming in with the decisive vote The sweeping changes will have a radical impact on all aspects of the game including governance financial and commercial clout and the scheduling of matches Each of the changes will also in turn strengthen the grip of the BCCI ECB and CA over the administration of the game just like they had proposed For starters the prevailing FTP will be done away with once it reaches its climax next year The Full Members meaning the 10 Test teams will then have to enter into a series of contractually and legally binding bilateral agreements for the eight-year period between 2015-2023 A BCCI official explained that the only difference in the new FTP model would be that the schedules and tours will be decided outside the purview of the ICC But it will still mean that all the Test teams will play each other across all formats over the next four-year period Only that these matches will be negotiated upon based on the convenience of the two boards in question But neither of them will have the option of backing out of a tour like we’ve seen happen repeatedly in the present scenario Windfall for BCCI As expected the BCCI were rewarded with their wish to bite into a bigger chunk of the ICC revenue pie on the basis of earning a purportedly 80 per cent of the governing body’s earnings The distribution of the ICC’s monies will now be based on a ‘financial score-card’ which will take into account the contribution of each board in terms of finance their ICC history and their on-field performances While the big three stand to gain a lion’s share of the revenue the ICC in their press release believe that ‘the structure of the new model will ensure that none of the Full Members will be worse off than they are at present and will be significantly better off’ Come July India will also have the best vantage point from which to dictate terms with BCCI president N Srinivasan set to take over as the first-ever ICC chairman The English and Australian boards too will get to hold their status quo with Cricket Australia’s Wally Edwards being appointed as the chairman of the newly formed Executive Committee (ExCo) which will have operational powers and ECB’s Giles Clarke set to be retained as the head of the Finance and Commercial Affairs Committee (F&CA) These posts will be on a transitional basis and will extend only until 2016 after which a new ICC chairman will be elected from among all the directors-basically the heads of the various global cricket boards But the BCCI ECB and CA will maintain a permanent membership of the ExCo which will have representatives from two other boards and the F&CA Not surprisingly the BCCI was more than pleased with the eventual outcome with secretary Sanjay Patel reiterating the enormity of the achievement “It’s a historic day for all of us The whole ICC thought that there is no other man better for the chairman post than Mr Srinivasan” he told The Sunday Express Apart from fixing the new FTP schedule the first agenda for the newly formed sub-committees will be finding bids for the new media and broadcast rights cycle Incidentally the first board to vehemently oppose the draft proposal was the CSA whose president in fact referred to it as being `fundamentally flawed’ But it was the South African board’s vote that ended up as the turning point of the negotiations “Both the parties discussed the whole issue at length and the CSA chief wanted some clarity which we gave them We as a cricketing nation always want cricket to expand and this proposal has come into place for the betterment of everyone” explained Patel ICC president Allan Isaac too revealed that despite the PCB and SLC having abstained from voting it didn’t mean that they were against the proposal “There were eight Full Members who were in a position to support the resolution today and the two who abstained have pledged to further discuss the issues with an aim to reaching unanimous approval over the coming weeks” the Kiwi was quoted as saying in the press release Meanwhile the other key executive decisions that eventuated on what turned out to be a historical day for world cricket included the formation of a Test Match Fund for all nations except the big-three a realistic path-way for the leading Associate teams earning Test status the scrapping of the World Test Championship and the promise of enhanced financial support for the teams outside the Test arena The New World Order For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Amrita Chaudhry | Ludhiana | Published: April 7 2010 10:52 pm Related News Veena maestro Suvir Misra claims to have created a new variety of the string instrumentwhich he says will help find newer audience In this city of nut boltscycles and yarnsart and culture often take a backseat But if an artiste like Suvir Misra makes the city his homeno one can stop music from flowing into the hearts of the people The mornings at Excise and Taxation Colonywhere veena maestro Misrawho is also the Additional CommissionerCustoms and Central Exciselivesstart with sweet music played on the string instrument Misraa distinguished left hand artistecan play three varieties of the instrument with equal flair the Rudra veenathe Saraswati veena and the Surbahar And he has created a new type the Golden veena which he claims will help find newer audience and add glamour quotient to the musical instrument I have crafted this veenamade from bamboowith the help of local artisans We have plated it with gold leaf and used gold pigment Since gold is a metal and it changes the tone of the instrumentthe tonal quality of this veena is better and its impact greater?who misses the concerts that are a regular part of the Delhi circuit. 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