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First lady's style, grace win hearts 19.9.2014 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
"Keep working hard so you can contribute to your country," Chinese first lady Peng Liyuan told students at a south Delhi school she visited on Thursday ...
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Jadavpur univ incident small says Mamata 19.9.2014 Hindustan Times: India
Chief minister Mamata Banerjee in an attempt to underplay Wednesdays Jadavpur University incident wherein the police roughed up agitating students said that the media was giving it unnecessary footage in an effort to tarnish Bengals ...
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Jessie Ware on Tough Love, working with Miguel and getting mobbed in Poland 18.9.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
She bridges the gap between electronica and The X Factor, and her blend of crystalline pop and refined soul is a relief in a world of cloying attention seekers. So wheres her self-confidence? Did you give me a rooibos? splutters Jessie Ware, looking incredulously down at the mug of tea handed to her by Sam, her then-fiance, now husband. Fucking hell, you did. Control freak. Thats going to be reported in the Guardian: Jessie Ware, domestic prisoner. Shes joking, but when we meet in her flat in south London to chat over caffeine-free tea, her usually easy-going demeanour is tinged with an undercurrent of mania. Its not surprising her nearest and dearest are trying to keep her away from any stimulants; a later misunderstanding about a caramel wafer leads to an outburst worthy of an East End gangster. But its no wonder shes on edge: as well as trying to organise her impending wedding in Greece (her mum calls during our interview with news on the venue: I bet thats my mum Its my fucking mum! Sam, get it!), ...
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RJD MP Pappu Yadav launches drive against doctors, IMA protests 18.9.2014 DNA: Money
RJD MP Rajesh Ranjan alias Pappu Yadav has launched a drive against doctors accusing them of charging "exorbitant" fees forcing the Indian Medical Association to condemn his "extra constitutional" action. "An MBBS doctor shall charge Rs 100-150, an MD Rs 200-225 and experienced doctors Rs 300," Yadav told PTI over phone from Saharsa, where he organised 'Nukkad Natak' (street theatre) on the issue today. Coming harsh on "money making" spirit of doctors in the state, he questioned why doctors were charging Rs 1,200-1,400 for ultrasound when it could be done at Rs 80 in a government hospital? "Why is operation suggested even in a situation of normal delivery?" he asked. In protest against Yadav's actions and statements, medical practioners in Saharsa had struck work yesterday. Indian Medical Association Bihar Chapter today held a meeting in the state capital and condemned the MP's act. "When there is a regulatory body for doctors why is he targetting doctors by acting as extra consitutional authority?" IMA ...
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Bungalow row 18 injured as Ajit Singhs supporters clash with police 18.9.2014 Hindustan Times: India
Ajit Singhs supporters on Thursday clashed with police while protesting against Centres move to evict him from official residence in Delhi while the RLD chief demanded that the house be converted into a memorial to his father former prime minister Charan ...
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Yuva Sambhrama off to a colourful start 18.9.2014 Star of Mysore
Yuva Sambhrama off to a colourful start
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Celebrating Indigenous Printmaking 18.9.2014 Govt of india: PIB
Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Culture Shri Shripad Naik here today inaugurated a special exhibition of Graphic Prints from the collection of NGMA - Celebrating Indigenous Printmaking.
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Musicians who have made their best music after the age of 65 18.9.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
Reaction to Leonard Cohens new album, made as he approaches his eighth decade, prompted the question who else has made great music later in life? Great albums by sexagenarians or septuagenarians are rare. Early response surrounding Popular Problems , 79-year-old Leonard Cohens new record, affirms that it belongs in that category. But the Canadian songwriter has already proved more fruitful than most in his twilight years, with Ten New Songs (2001) and, later, Old Ideas (2012) being among the best-received albums of his career. In an industry obsessed with the preservation of youth, theres a brilliant justice to the idea that often an artists creative juices in old age are more potent than they were in their formative years. We should also remember it was only recently, via producers such as Rick Rubin and XL boss Richard Russell, that the music biz began to venerate its elder statespeople with new records aimed at burnishing their ...
Masterpieces by Vasudeo Gaitonde sell fornbsp 375 million in New York 18.9.2014 Hindustan Times: Lifestyle
Anbsp1961 Untitled oil on canvas by Gaitonde sold fornbsp 108 million while another 1963 Untitled painting by the artist sold fornbsp 168 million at an auction of Indian Himalayan and Southeast Asian ...
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Jayalalithaa Protests 'Teach Hindi' Order for Colleges 18.9.2014 NDTV National
Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa has said her state will not comply with the University Grants Commission or UGC order that Hindi be taught as a main subject along with English in all ...
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Indian Paintings Sell for $3.7 Million in New York 18.9.2014 NDTV National
Paintings by one of India's most important modern artists went under the hammer in New York on Wednesday, selling for more than expected at over $3.7 million, auction houses ...
Left grabs JU protest platform 18.9.2014 Telegraph: Calcutta
Jadavpur University on Wednesday witnessed the rare sight of leaders of different Leftist denominations and generations converging on the campus to own a cause more compelling than their usual ideological debates: police atrocities on students.
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CPM's small mercies 18.9.2014 Telegraph: Bengal
Calcutta, Sept. 17: The CPM has sniffed opportunities in crisis, but Trinamul can breathe easy: the Left will not try to bring down the Mamata Banerjee government.
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Setback to Bhushan as HP govt reclaims edu society land 18.9.2014 TOI: India
The court of Kangra deputy commissioner had earlier fixed September 15 for announcing the final order in the case but later deferred it to September ...
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Restoring splendour to classics lost in the mists of time 17.9.2014 DNA: Wide Angle
Shivendra Singh Dungarpur, a filmmaker, producer and the founder of Dungarpur films, is spearheading a movement to protect India's cinematic heritage. He speaks to Pratik Ghosh about his latest initiative — a school to teach students about the art and craft of restoration and preservation. What made you decide to conduct the Film Preservation & Restoration School in India? After collaborating with Martin Scorsese’s World Cinema Foundation on the restoration of Uday Shankar’s Kalpana and the Sri Lanka film Nidhanaya, I realised that no full-fledged world class film restorations were being done in India. Given our singular cinematic legacy, I felt that it was imperative that we build an indigenous resource of film archivists and restorers who could work towards saving India’s cinematic heritage so that we do not need to look for help outside our country any longer. Film Preservation and Restoration School is a pioneering initiative of Film Heritage Foundation in collaboration with Martin Scorsese’s Film ...
Shamsia Hassani: I want to colour over the bad memories of war 17.9.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page

Afghanistans cultural image is changing, thanks in part to the strong, graceful and dynamic female silhoettes emerging from this bold graffiti artists spray can

Just over a decade ago, the abiding image of art in Afghanistan was the Buddhas of Bamiyan being destroyed by Taliban dynamite, but Shamsia Hassani is proof of how much has changed since. Hassani is the countrys foremost graffiti artist, and her work is respraying Afghanistans cultural image.

I want to colour over the bad memories of war on the walls, Hassani says, and if I colour over these bad memories, then I erase [war] from peoples minds. I want to make Afghanistan famous because of its art, not its war.

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For Xi Jinping's Visit, Security Tightened in Delhi 17.9.2014 NDTV National
Security has been tightened in the national capital ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping's official visit, with the police cordoning off certain areas keeping in mind demonstrations by the Tibetan ...
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BJP Infighting Will Strengthen Janata Dal (United): Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi 17.9.2014 NDTV National
Expressing glee over 'infighting' in the state unit of BJP, Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi today said if rivals fight like this, the non-BJP parties would keep getting stronger, and would form ...
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Gujarat Hopes to Increase Trade Ties with China After Xi Jinping Visit 17.9.2014 NDTV National
After the signing of three pacts during the visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping in Ahmedabad, the Gujarat government hopes that trade ties between the state and China will get a shot in ...
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Northern lights: the tartan art-house illuminating the referendum 17.9.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
The Projector Club art collective has dressed a West Lothian farmhouse in tartan. But its not as nationalistic as it might at first seem ... As the vote of our lifetimes approaches for anyone who lives in Britain, whether in Scotland or not the last political artworks of this very art-rich debate are appearing. A group of digital artists have just projected a glorious tartan lightshow on to a farm in West Lothian . Leyden Farm has turned entirely tartan. Looks lovely. Another iconic piece of publicity for the yes vote or is it? In fact, the artists claim that it is not intended to promote either yes or no but simply to celebrate Scotland at this dramatic moment. And in fact, theres nothing especially political about many of the most evocative markers of Scottish identity, including ...
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