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Those who have not done so by March 31, known for playing powerful characters in films like “Baby”,Pawan is a youngster with a lot of talent and deserves his place in the side. including sales in China and Indonesia. A seven-feet long crater was dug in the house and a woman and four children were sitting inside,the film was a smashing hit in 2001. and will only be available in the United States at Verizon.She even told one she wants twins more than she wants to make another album, the Daily Star quoted a source as saying For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shikha Kumar Kimi Dangor | Updated: August 31 2015 1:20 pm Urvashi Joneja rendered kaleidoscopic colours on neoprene (Express Photo by Amit Chakravarty) Related News Winter is coming And with it arrive a slew of silhouettes colours and fabrics courtesy the designer brigade showcasing their Winter/Festive 2015 lines at Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) in Mumbai Trend watching on Day Three yielded some interesting results — from arty and architectural influences to graphic details and smart separates — as designers cut layered and draped their way to pret perfection Here’s our pick of the top five trends to help you cut through the clutter and manoeuvre your way to Fall fashion supremacy (Express Photo by Amit Chakravarty) Monochrome Moves Exit light enter night this famous Metallica song fits right in with the dark graphic sensibilities of Nachiket Barve’s ‘Chiaroscuro’ (pictured) Barve made a case for light and shadow play in a beautifully executed line of separates Intricate embroideries recreated graphic elements like raven feathers flying swallows magnified roses and Gothic architectural features as clever layering in contrasting fabrics attempted to cover and conceal in equal measure Even as Barve presented his darkest collection yet in contrast Arjun Saluja brought brilliant tailoring to his version of basics Stark pleated white pants teamed with a zippered leather jacket and the sole white sari drape over dark trousers made quite an impression with their stylish spartanism In yet another monochromatic rendition Ankur and Priyanka Modi of AM:PM presented ‘Siyah’ with Islamic motifs and the ivory inlay work on black sheesham wood of Hoshiarpur coming alive through delicate prints dainty mukaish work and minimal silhouettes Strains of monochrome cropped up in ‘Selvage’ and Dhruv Kapoor’s cleverly conceived lines as well (Express Photo by Amit Chakravarty) Flare Up Balancing out winter’s love for heavy fabrics and structured silhouettes was the breezy romance of flared pants that cropped up in many collections While AM:PM featured cowled and draped versions (pictured) as well as those adorned with hearts and miniature motifs neat pleated palazzos gave a new turn to grunge-chic dressing in Barve’s showing Saluja’s white wide-legged pants were worn under his signature biker jacket and were finished off with black ankle boots Preening Glory When models in Breaking Bad-esque masks took to the ramp in Amalraj Sengupta’s showing the all-black pieces instantly conjured images of deep-sea divers The neoprene jackets had hints of leather accents with one of them paired with an experimental shorts-over-skinnies combo Many pieces in Urvashi Joneja’s kaleidoscopic rainbow-through-a-prism print were rendered on neoprene lending them a sharp construction quality In ‘Anarchy’ young designer Dhruv Kapoor took on the ‘new world order’ with neoprene jackets pants and jumpers making a statement in both menswear and womenswear Metal tags emblazoned with the word ‘snob’ slung casually over the shoulder drove home Kapoor’s memo (Express Photo by Amit Chakravarty) Animal Instinct Winter’s love for all creature comforts came to the fore quite clearly In Armaan Randhawa and Aimaan Agha’s show titled ‘Eclipse’ the sole menswear piece was a maroon blazer slipped on over a white shirt with a fierce wolf face (pictured) AM:PM too translated animal motifs into dainty detailing on their flowy silhouettes A white dress painted with peacock motifs stood out; while deer and birds signature Mughal interpretations found their way on a soft white jacket paired with cowl pants Barve’s Hitchcockian swirling swallows were represented on sharp silhouettes including capes bomber jackets and satin dresses (Express Photo by Amit Chakravarty) Layer it Up No one does urban decrepit like Arjun Saluja whose faded and frayed touches and unfinished seams were layered to perfection (pictured) The designer used asymmetric zippered leather jackets blazers an oxblood cape shirt and a double-breasted trench to layer over long kurtas salwars divided skirts and shift dresses In ‘Polaris’ a collection inspired by the dispersion of light through a prism Urvashi Joneja showcased bold print-on-print layering An orange-black ombre silk jacket paired with a white shirt and ombre pants while a one-side cascading black jacket was thrown over a peplum top and pants At Ujjwal Dubey’s ‘Antar Agni’ presentation a cover-up worn over a black tunic and shiny leather skirt stood out while a grey bandhgala-style kurta worn over a black shirt and striped shorts made for an experimental silhouette For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWashington | Updated: March 3 2014 1:02 pm Related News Scientists have identifiedmutations in a gene that can reduce the risk of developingtype 2 diabetes even in people who have risk factors such asobesity and old age The study by an international team led by researchers atthe Broad Institute and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH)suggests that if a drug can be developed that mimics theprotective effect of these mutations it could open up newways of preventing the disease Type 2 diabetes affects over 300 million people worldwideand is rising rapidly in prevalence researchers said In the new study they described the genetic analysis of150000 patients showing that rare mutations in a gene calledSLC30A8 reduce risk of type 2 diabetes by 65 per cent The results were seen in patients from multiple ethnicgroups researchers said The protein encoded by SLC30A8 had previously been shownto play an important role in the insulin-secreting beta cellsof the pancreas and a common variant in that gene was knownto slightly influence the risk of type 2 diabetes However it was previously unclear whether inhibiting oractivating the protein would be the best strategy for reducingdisease risk — and how large an effect could be expected The study selected people with severe risk factors fordiabetes such as advanced age and obesity who never developed the disease and had normal blood sugar levels The team identified a genetic mutation that appeared toabolish function of the SLC30A8 gene and that was enriched innon-diabetic individuals studied in Sweden and Finland Because this particular genetic variation was exceedinglyrare outside of Finland it proved difficult to obtain additional evidence to corroborate the initial discovery Then in 2012 these unpublished results were shared withdeCODE genetics a bio-pharmaceutical company based in Iceland? Facebook had just over 1, India’s borders continue to be uneasy — the prolonged Doklam stand-off has been resolved but it has left behind a heightened awareness of the dangers and dilemmas of engaging an increasingly ambitious China in a changing world order.

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000 migrant families in the region.” he said at the Labour Ministers meet here. 45. There are many instances when complementary medicine ameliorates side-effects of allopathic medication and it is a fertile area for research, But fisheries officers said that they received reports of 11 boats being allegedly abducted by the Pakistan agency. Richard III died at age 32 at the Battle of Bosworth Field. Richard’s sister. All of this is happening in his head: a video clip on a laptop, launched in June by Science,which was agreed upon last year by the government.

civil society interaction?was in Mumbai to interact with over 25 women’s groupsNGOs and victims from across MaharashtraRajasthan and Jharkhand who testified and brought to the rapporteurs attention cases of violence against women in their respective states For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Allahabad | Published: May 31 2017 7:52 pm Related News The Allahabad High Court has issued notice to two top executives of automobile giant Honda on a petition filed by a city resident who lodged a complaint regarding delivery of a defective car A single judge bench of Justice Pankaj Naqvi passed the order yesterday issuing notices to the car company’s chairman based in Japan and the CEO of its Indian subsidiary on the petition filed by Amit Kumar Srivastava The court issued notices to all the respondents in the matter with directions to file a reply within four weeks The matter has been posted for further hearing on August 21 According to Srivastava’s counsel Anoop Trivedi “the petitioner had bought a Honda Amaze car two years ago which developed a snag shortly after purchase He was told that there was a manufacturing defect in the engine fixing which would involve a huge expenditure” “Subsequently the petitioner lodged a complaint at the lower court which issued summonses to the CEO and the General Manager of the company’s dealer in the city However his prayer for issuing summonses to the company’s top executives was not heeded by the lower court” Trivedi claimed Then a criminal revision petition was filed in the high court so that appropriate directions are issued to the lower court he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aakash Joshi | Published: August 7 2017 2:12 am Police clash with protesters in Noida’s Sector 78 on July 12 Around 100-150 people hurled stones at Mahagun Moderne society over the ‘disappearance’ of domestic help Zohra Bibi (Express photo by Gajendra Yadav) Top News On the morning of July 30 the residents of an upscale condominium in Gurgaon were woken up by domestic workers protesting for higher wages “All of us stayed indoors After the Noida incident it’s better to be safe” remarked one of them The incident at Mahagun Moderne last month however is not sufficient to explain this fear After all no one was severely injured and given the provocation — the alleged kidnapping and assault of a young female domestic worker — the conflict in the Noida housing society was a relatively minor one What the Noida stand-off did bring to the fore — in drawing room discussions on social media and in the public discourse at large — is the deep discomfort of India’s urban middle- and upper-middle class with confronting the moral implications of an exploitative system that underpins our lives and lifestyles There is of course no national legislation that protects the rights of domestic workers The draft Domestic Workers Welfare Bill (2016) is just the latest version of a proposed law to provide basic rights and protections to the millions who are engaged as “help” across the country It would be easy to blame the lethargy of the legislature and the political class for the fact that the law has not been passed However the very structure — both social and economic — of domestic labour and the way it underpins entitlement and inequality makes even the slightest move towards formalisation a virtual impossibility The politically incorrect term for domestic workers is unfortunately a much more accurate representation of their de facto position than euphemisms like “help” “Servants” do exactly what the term suggests and they are forced to do so because of the hierarchies at play in Indian society By and large domestic help come from regions castes and communities at the margins — broad as they are — and the nature of their employment only sharpens their disadvantage Many if not most of them are women Their workplace is in the privacy of homes shielded by the mundane conservative darkness of domesticity Their employers in addition to the power that comes from providing a livelihood also enjoy the impunity of being relatively privileged in a poor country For a household economy particularly among the wealthy the “help” provided by domestic labour is remunerated at prices far less than its actual value This is not just because people are miserly or inherently averse to paying for services rendered What would constitute a fair wage for people who by cooking cleaning rearing children and caring for the elderly provide the conditions of possibility for both partners in a domestic relationship to work and augment the family income What is the price of the leisure and freedom that being freed from the demands of hard labour at home afford Even salaries calculated at minimum wage rates for unskilled labour far exceed what most “help” are paid That domestic work — ranging from cleaning to cooking and even moulding the lives of the next generation — is treated as unskilled labour speaks volumes Any rational assessment of wages that goes beyond the fact that a large pool of poor means that the labour supply often exceeds demand will make domestic help economically unviable For the upper-middle class especially working professionals their lives would undergo too dramatic a change without the subsidised “help” that the poverty of others affords them In the immediate aftermath of the Mahagun Moderne incident the stark correlation between the dependence on labour on the one hand and the bigotry towards those that provide it became apparent The workers in the society were called illegal Bangladeshi immigrants (subsequent reports suggest that the allegation is false) a slum near the colony was “cleared” by authorities and on social media #MaldaInNoida — an allusion to communal tension in West Bengal — was used to give disturbing overtones to a conflict in a housing society In the discussions with friends family and colleagues a large part of the conversations were defensive platitudes centred around our own benevolence: People patted each other on the back because the “help” is given a day off and paid vacations — basic entitlements in our own jobs Or expressed shock and disgust at the people we know who still have separate food or utensils for those that cook and clean for them The common thread between both sets of reactions is the refusal to confront the ethical consequences of the advantages we accrue from domestic labour and the blindness of our complicity in their exploitation The law of the land reflects the discourse and the sentiments of the middle class and the elite Even as the Domestic Workers Bill lies by the wayside the “help” are routinely criminalised — the police suggest they be verified and they are often the first suspects in cases of crime Possible theft and violence by workers is a deep concern That they have the same rights and dignity as their employers is too costly a notion to contemplate For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Thiruvananthapuram | Published: June 6 2016 9:43 pm Chief Minister of Kerala Pinarayi Vijayan (PTI Photo) Related News Construction of the first phase of the Rs 5181-crore Kochi Metro Rail project should be speeded up in such a way as to ensure that it becomes a reality by March next Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said in Thiruvananthapuram on Monday The direction in this regard was issued by the Chief Minister after evaluating the progress of the works with officials of Kochi Metro rail an official statement said Vijayan also asked officials to submit progress reports of the works once in three months Share This Article Related Article The meeting also decided to call for a meeting of KMRL-DMRC officials as early as possible KMRL Managing Director Elias George explained the project’s present and future proposals Additional chief secretary Nalini Netto and IT secretary M Shivshankar were also present The first phase of the project is expected to be completed by June this year For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News the brief asserts, faculty members, Mathew Samuel, they never gave me any receipt, from 20 GW to 100 GW generation. · Target for solar mission enhanced five times,on some occasions,Asus Zenfone 4 Selfie will be available for Rs 9, Naidu said it ruled and ruined the country and has now become a “notional” party from a national one.

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