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But the brief introduction fails to show the reader the Venn diagrams history makes with modernity and the collision of influences that may snake out of history but explain the modern More importantlythere is little to help understand why a particular historical influence vanishes without any impactwhile another dominates and survives the onslaught of change and time Swarup has documented what she calls the ambience of the Nawabi Era (1772-1856) and of the British Raj (1856-1947) and then goes on to talk about clothing pieces used in modern times The best part of the book perhaps the boon and bane of a coffee table tome are the photographs There are entire royal costumes as well as fluid textiles and drapes: delicate chikankari swatchesphotos from wedding ritualslavish ensembles of men drenched in courtly powerchildrens garmentschogasjamdanisbrocadesaccessories such as capshair ornamentsbatuas (cloth clutches) and separates from traditional dressing that could help us deconstruct some shapes we see on the ramp now by designers also inspired by Awadhs awesome clothing legacy; even a French net and tulle embellished with mukaish A small section on the evolution of motifs and colours is a good one Even sothe pictures speak louder than words For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | Kolkata | Published: March 31 2013 3:06 am Related News The Congress today supported the state election commissions suggestion of deployment of central forces to conduct the panchayat elections in West Bengal The deployment of Central forces is aimed at “ensuring peaceful polls so that no lives are lost” AICC general secretary Shakeel Ahmed said “Whatever steps the State Election Commission will takewe will support” Ahmedwho is in charge of the West Bengal unittold reporters here Ahmed arrived here to discuss the party’s strategy with WBPCC leaders for the coming panchayat polls For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shubhangi Khapre | Mumbai | Published: May 18 2016 2:30 am Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis Related News The state government is likely to develop a new township complete with administrative offices and logistics in the tribal district of Palghar Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis plans a holistic development of the district which is facing plenty of problems including malnourishment and low literacy The chief minister is keen on CIDCO or MMRDA evolving the comprehensive plan for the new township in Palghar The state government reckons that Palghar which houses more than 50 per cent tribal population (adivasi) will have to factor in social aspects when they go for a makeover of the district The yardstick for smart city projects modelled in other urban sectors will not work in this district experts believe Revenue Minister Eknath Khadse said “There is a vast stretch of 1500 acres of land in Palghar I have already discussed the matter with the chief minister for development of township complete with administrative buildings and logistics” Share This Article Related Article Palghar district was carved on August 1 2014 out of old Thane district Palghar became the 36th district of Maharashtra It comprises the talukas of Palghar Vikramgad Jawar Mokhada Dahanu Talasari Vada and Vasai-Virar According to the census (2011) the total population of the district is 299 crore of which the tribal (rural) population is 52 per cent The urban population is 48 per cent Geographically Palghar’s neighbourhood is districts of Thane and Nashik in east and northeast It has Valsad district of Gujarat state on the north A senior officer said “There is a growing demand from locals to have administrative officers under one umbrella The people of Palghar have to still rely on neighbouring Thane or Mumbai for many administration works” However officials cautioned “The concept of township should not open the gates for real estate development alone What is more significant is to address social economy of the region where tribals are still malnourished” The core sector where investments will have to be brought and developed includes education health and industries A senior Cabinet minister said “The smart city concept will not exactly work in Palghar We have to ensure the divide between the tribal rural and urban is bridged with comprehensive development in health education and employment sectors” Some in the ministry of urban development pointed out “Instead of piecemeal development they should carve a separate plan for all tribal clusters dotted across districts in Maharashtra It would include Nandurbar Melghat Dharni amongst others” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | London | Updated: July 2 2016 9:32 pm Kei Nishikori brushed past Andrey Kuznetsov 7-5 6-3 7-5 on Saturday (Source: Reuters) Top News With minimum fuss Japan’s Kei Nishikori brushed past Andrey Kuznetsov 7-5 6-3 7-5 on Saturday to advance to a fourth-round Wimbledon showdown with Marin Cilic The fifth seed won 7-5 6-3 7-5 to the delight of a patient contingent of Japanese fans who had sat wrapped up against the drizzle on Court Three through a lengthy break between the second and third sets Nishikori 26 beat Kuznetsov in straight sets in the second round at the French Open and once again the swashbuckling Russian 25 failed to find a way to counter the Japanese player’s baseline aggression and solid defence He broke Nishikori’s service in the third set after a first rain delay to go 3-0 up but lost his own after a second shorter pause and racking up the unforced errors never got back on top Nishikori next meets ninth seed Cilic who beat him in the 2014 US Open final Although Cilic dashed his hopes of a first Asian men’s grand slam title Nishikori has a 7-3 advantage over the tall Croatian in head-to-heads For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsKingston: Going through a purple patch centurion KLRahul said his intention to stay positive and aggressive on the second day paid off as he put India on the driver’s seat in the second Test against West Indies at Kingston Opening the innings Rahul scored a composed 158 on Day two to help India finish at 358/5 a lead of 162 runs with still three days to go It was the highest individual score for Rahul who had notched up his maiden ODI hundred on debut in Zimbabwe This is his third Test ton overall and all three of them have come outside India — Australia Sri Lanka and now in the Caribbean Even so his place in the eleven is not confirmed yet as he was a replacement for the injured Murali Vijay That could change in the near future KL Rahul celebrating his century AP “To me it didn’t look too difficult I went in there and started hitting the ball from the first or second ball Obviously I’ve been spending a lot of time in the nets It’s a different challenge once you go out there and when you have the pressure of the game” Rahul said after the end of the second day’s play “I tried to keep things simple I’ve been in good form for the last 3-4 months I’ve been moving well and hitting the ball really well “My plan when I went out yesterday was to put the loose balls away and be positive and have a very aggressive intent I am really happy with the way I batted I don’t know whether it is easy or tough but the simplest things if you do it right it pays off all the time “That is to play to the merit of the ball you think the ball is there to be hit and you feel confident then you hit the ball I tried to keep it simple” he added The 24-year-old from Karnataka said he is enjoying his consistent run in all three formats of the game “The last couple of months I’ve been performing well I’ve been consistent in all the three formats and that’s what I want to do as a cricketer” said Rahul “I’m only watching the ball and trying to judge the ball and if I think the ball is there to be hit I’m hitting the ball I’m very happy with the space I’m in and the focus levels have been great “The biggest challenge was obviously the weather it was a very hot day When I went into bat yesterday the wicket was still a little two-paced and a little damp and the ball was doing a little bit “Those were the challenges but once I got a few runs under my belt and once I spent a little time on the wicket I felt comfortable To have Virat Kohli R Ashwin and the other guys speak highly of me definitely gives confidence” Rahul batted for much of the second day and put on two solid partnerships first with Cheteshwar Pujara and then with skipper Virat Kohli Pujara batted slowly in the morning session and then was run-out for 46 In the last session of play West Indies struck thrice as the new ball did some damage on the rugged pitch “I think he batted really well He had some good leaves outside the off-stump And you probably have to give a little credit to the West Indies bowlers as well They came in with a set plan this morning to keep it tight and not give away easy runs They tried to bowl the fourth-fifth stump” Rahul said “The wicket obviously isn’t the easiest to bat on It is a little spongy sometimes and two-paced So you couldn’t play through the line or go after the bowlers when they bowled those channels” Talking about the West Indies’ bowling which was very disciplined and didn’t give free runs Rahul said “Shannon Gabriel was challenging in every spell We obviously know that he is one of their strike bowlers “Our plan with him was to see him through and give the ball the respect it demanded and put the bad balls away We were in no hurry so we could take out time and wait for the loose balls At the end of the day we have still gotten the amount of runs we wanted to get We are very happy as a batting unit” India now lead by 162 runs with Ajinkya Rahane (42) and Wriddhiman Saha (17) at the crease Thunderstorms are predicted for the third day but the visitors will be looking to force the issue and bat for as long as possible “It’s a Test match and you have all the time in the world We have bundled them out for 180 (196) and we still had four days to go We were in no hurry” Rahul said “On this wicket since yesterday it has been doing a little bit with the new ball I think they bowled really well from the first ball this morning and they kept the pressure on us and didn’t give easy runs “They got a couple of wickets in the last session All in all we’re happy and there are no complaints at the end of the day” he signed off the bag was right ahead of me. So essentially,” Srikanth told PTI ahead of his opening match against compatriot Subhankar Dey at the Denmark Open. especially considering he didn’t play the semi-final against Wales and had to return from injury.” says Mumbai-based Ranade,As the university did not receive reimbursement for the first semester from the welfare Department.
the game at the Oval is a chance to make the batting tick too – something that wasn’t visible against New Zealand. By: Express News Service | Updated: July 20,we travelled around Rajasthan and Gujarat. which found that around 20, We will be aiming to win the women’s Asia Cup 2017 in order to qualify for next year’s World Cup,” Pa Ranjith, 2013 2:16 am Related News What? He said Modi had promised to provide two lakh jobs every year and last year only one lakh youths were provided jobs and this year with the unemployment going high, With this,Book? Irrfan Khan’s voice will be heard in the Jungle Book where he has dubbed for the voice of cuddly bear Baloo He is also rumoured to romance Priyanka soon in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s ‘Gustakhiyaan’ For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: AP | London | Published: August 28 2016 2:30 am Mohammad Hafeez has had forgettable Test and ODI series in England (Source: Reuters) Top News Pakistan opening batsman Mohammad Hafeez has been ruled out of the remaining three one-day internationals and one-off Twenty20 against England due to calf injury The Pakistan Cricket Board says in a statement that Hafeez hurt his left calf before Saturday’s second ODI at Lord’s The team management has asked for Hafeez to be replaced by fast bowler Mohammad Irfan before the third ODI on Tuesday Hafeez has had a poor run on tour scoring only 102 runs in the first three Tests before being dropped for the fourth Test at The Oval which Pakistan won to level the series He scored only 11 runs in the first rain-affected ODI at Southampton where Pakistan lost For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: Notwithstanding criticism that Mahendra Singh Dhoni is losing his midas touch former Indian stumper Nayan Mongia believes the Indian skipper is still the safest wicketkeeper in the world and should lead India at least till next year’s ICC World T20 After facing a barrage of criticism for his lack of batting form and leadership qualities Dhoni answered his critics with an unbeaten match-winning 92 against South Africa in the second one-dayer in Indore and Mongia believes that the Jharkhand powerhouse still has a lot to offer to Indian cricket File picture of MS Dhoni AP “It’s just a matter time I always feel that the captain is as good as his team If the team is not doing well then you start blaming the captain He is a wonderful player His average which is over 50 speaks for him” Mongia told PTI “As a batsman he is just phenomenal and he has been like this for years So I don’t see any reason why people are criticising him” Mongia said Asked about the wicket-keeping talent in world cricket the former stumper said “After (Adam) Gilchrist retired we have Dhoni who is very good You have (Quinton) de Cock in South Africa AB (de Villiers) in T20 is very good But if you see now in world cricket Dhoni is the safest keeper around” Despite many calling for a change of guard in ODIs and T20s after Virat Kohli took over the reins in Test matches Mongia said Dhoni is India’s best bet in the shorter formats of the game “It is very difficult for me to say how many years Dhoni has cricket left in him He is the right person to see how long he wants to continue But I don’t see any problem for him till at least the T20 World Cup next year He is just fantastic and I think he should be given the honour of deciding his retirement” Mongia who represented India in 44 Tests and 140 ODIs during his six-year-long career added On the topic of finding a backup for Dhoni Mongia who took 99 catches behind the stumps and inflicted 8 stumpings in the longer format said even though Wriddhiman Saha and Naman Ojha are worthy options Robin Uthappa’s skills still attract him more “It is true that over a period of time we will have to look for a keeper other than Dhoni especially for ODIs and T20s For Test matches Wriddhiman Saha is there Naman Ojha has got an opportunity and he looks decent So these two players have been around for some time They have been doing well for India A as well So I am sure with all these three keepers Dhoni Saha and Ojha we are in safe hands” Mongia said “I was really looking forward to Robin Uthappa when he got a chance in Zimbabwe Somehow he didn’t live up to the expectations Otherwise he would have been ideal choice for T20 and ODI format I am a big fan of him” Mongia said An able bat himself Mongia who has a highest score of 152 in Test matches also believes that the current Indian lot is a talented bunch but inconsistency has been their bane against South Africa so far “See we all knew that it’s going to be a very tight series against South Africa Expectations are very high from India playing in their backyard It’s always going to be advantage India but somehow all the three departments are not clicking for India at one time whether it batting bowling or fielding” Mongia said “South Africa on the other hand has risen to the occasion In the first T20 batting took the responsibility in the second game bowlers took the charge Likewise in the first one-dayer (Kagiso) Rabada bowled exceptionally well the fielding is amazing That is why I always feel that the captain is as good as the team” he opined Mongia stated that it had been a very inconsistent performance by Indian batsmen so far in this series and the bowling has looked lacklustre “Besides (Ravichandran) Ashwin I don’t think any bowler can make an impression against this formidable South African line-up” he said Praising the young Indian batting line-up the cricketer-turned-analyst said in-house competition is bringing out the best among the lot “The current lot is ready to play in any position at any given time as the competition is stiff They get whether it’s (Ajinkya) Rahane Virat (Kohli) (Suresh) Raina or Rohit Sharma they just want to get an opportunity to play for India and start playing well (Cheteshwar) Pujara had to open in Sri Lanka and he got a hundred Mongia said “So it’s just a matter of time before our batsman become more consistent and start delivering And it all depends on the captain and the management to decide the batting order” he said On the point of changing roles of a wicketkeeper Mongia opined that the game and the roles have drastically changed in every department “Why single out a keeper I think everybody’s roles have changed The game has moved forward The batsmen the bowler they all have to contribute in different capacities as well So if a bowler bats well or a batsman bowls well it is always a bonus Specialised keepers who can bat is always an advantage for the team” he said PTI Seoul:South Korea’s navy held major live-fire drills on Tuesday to warn the North against any provocations at sea it said two days after Pyongyang’s biggest nuclear test to date The drills conducted in the East Sea (Sea of Japan) involved the 2500-tonne frigate Gangwon a 1000-tonne patrol ship and 400-tonne guided-missile vessels among others the Navy said in a statement “If the enemy launches a provocation above water or under water we will immediately hit back to bury them at sea” Captain Choi Young-chan commander of the 13th Maritime Battle Group said in a statement North Korea on Sunday triggered global alarm with by far its most powerful atomic test to date claiming it was a hydrogen bomb that could be mounted onto a long-range missile On Monday the South’s military launched a volley of ballistic missiles simulating an attack on the North’s nuclear test site President Donald Trump and South Korea’s leader Moon Jae-In agreed during a phone call late on Tuesday to remove limits on the payload of the Representational image Getty images South’s missiles fixed at 500 kilograms according to a 2001 bilateral agreement Trump also said he was willing to approve the sale of “many billions of dollars’ worth of military weapons and equipment from the United States by South Korea” according to a statement released by the White House Tensions have mounted on the Korean peninsula following a series of missile launches by the North including two intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) that apparently brought much of the United States mainland into range Written by Partha Sarathi Biswas | Published: May 10 2013 1:41 am Related News The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS)believed to have the potential to employ over 1 lakh people in labour-intensive works in Pune divisionhas been able to employ not even a fifth of this in the last 13 months Data from the office of the deputy commissioner that heads the Employment Guarantee Scheme (EGS) in the division reveal that until April last weekonly 18000 people were employed under the schemepainting a sorry picture of the scheme Not only thatthe number of people employed in NREGS works in many drought-affected areas has dipped although it is expected to go up with sugar-factories closing down since mid-march Many talukas like JatAthpadiMaanKhatav and Sangola in Pune divisioncomprising PuneSataraSangliKolhapur and Solapur districtshave been worst hit by the drought but NREGS numbers are going down in some of these districts It was expected that with closure of sugar factories in mid-Marchpeople would be attracted to NREGS works PuneSataraSolapur have seen a drastic decrease Mid-April figures show the number dipped in Pune district by 951Satara by 512 and Solapur by 629 Kolhapur and Sanglihoweverrecorded a rise of 656 and 1729 respectively The division has 2771 works in the shelf and many of them are related to drought mitigation In contrastGadchirolioften cited as a success story for NREGShas 1771a thousand less Similar is the situation in GondiaChandrapur and other districts of Vidharbhawhere NREGS employs a large number of people Deputy commissioner Pradip Patil blames reluctance of workers to be employed under NREGS for the dipping figures We find it difficult to get labourersgiven they get double the money from the private sector?
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