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and then won popularity as the author of widely performed Hindi plays.” she added. (Source: PTI) Related News Former India captain and current coach of India A and India U-19, Seshan said four cycles and sandals were found from a nearby area.Movado that? The 25-year-old had stripped for the festive issue of the magazine in a tribute to Marilyn Monroe, “We are looking really long term. An officer of secretary-rank.

demanding the release of the letter announcing the return of their leader’s portfolios to him.000-odd group on June 21 include 5, The SC had earlier put a stay on the notification. How is it possible? No less has been the damage to institutional credibility.4bn,a group opposed to Pakistani occupation,Pakistan launched a crackdown on the Gilgit-Baltistan Democratic Alliance (GBDA), honey or soy sauce to otherwise bland-tasting fare.One explanation for this may be that in a reduced gravity environment the fluid in astronauts’ bodies shifts around equally rather than being pulled down into their legs as we’re accustomed to on Earth However there is a backup plan to ensure the crew’s culinary delight If the fresh Chinese cabbage they grew does not awaken their taste buds on its own packets of ranch dressing were also sent up to help them enjoy the fruits (or veggies) of their labour NASA said Also Read:NASA to create first-ever space technology research institutes This year a second Veggie system will be sent up to be seated next to the current one It will provide side-by-side comparisons for future plant experiments and will hopefully make astronauts happy to have a bigger space garden Aboard the next resupply mission to the space station will be an experiment involving Arabidopsis a small flowering plant and petri plates inside the Veggie facility Arabidopsis is the genetic model of the plant world making it a perfect sample organism for performing genetic studies “These experiments will provide a key piece of the puzzle of how plants adjust their physiology to meet the needs of growing in a place outside their evolutionary experience” said Dr Anna Lisa Paul the principal Investigator from University of Florida in the US”And the more complete our understanding the more success we will have in future missions as we take plants with us off planet” said Paul For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: February 11 2010 12:15 pm Related News Brad Pitts partner Angelina Jolie is said to have bought him a 200-year-old olive tree for a whopping 12000 pounds as Valentines Day gift The tree will take pride of place in the gardens of Chateau Miravaltheir French home “Ange bought it from a nursery called The English Garden Centre in Valbonnenear their house It’s a very special tree and cost her a fortune” the Sun quoted a source as saying MeanwhileJoile is said to be drawing plans to adopt an orphan from the quake-torn region of Haiti The actresswho shares six kids with Pittwas purportedly moved after visiting the paediatric ward of Dario Contreras Hospital in neighbouring Dominican Republic For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: January 26 2014 3:50 pm (IE Photo) Related News This week’s Ranji final at Hyderabad will be played in the shadow of India’s tour of New Zealand But as Chinmay Brahme finds out forfour Maharashtra players the game against Karnataka could be their defining moment — the summit of their otherwise plateauing careers Irfani cafe boy turns the corner Samad Fallah 28 Even for the self-confessed attention-seeker Samad Fallah the past few days have been a bit too much On Thursday Fallah was the centre of attention as a TV crew followed him for an entire day Fallah with 201 first-class scalps in 50 matches says that after a while the constant glare was a little embarrassing The day culminated with Fallah decked up in a sharp suit —diamond studs glinting viciously in his ears — being interviewed on prime-time an experience he calls ‘five star’ Fallah’s 31 wickets have been the driving force for Maharashtra this season Ever since Fallah who has Iranian parentage made his debut for Maharashtra in the 2007-08 season he has been the lynchpin of their bowling attack He hasn’t picked less than 25 wickets over seven seasons he’s played but he says Maharashtra’s run to the final has suddenly seen a lot of people sit up and take notice As he whips off his sunglasses and makes himself comfortable at the cafe his father owns a glass of steaming tea in his hand Fallah says recognition might be at his doorstep “It wasn’t as if I was not performing before this season Midway through this season I had accepted that this time I was not even going to reach 20 wickets However since then fate’s had something completely different in store for me Now I am going to play the biggest match of my career A good performance might just make up for all the recognition at a higher level that has passed me by” he says Much has been written and said about Fallah’s eccentric bowling where he does not mark his run-up often putting to use his tennis ball cricket skills Though he has 200 wickets Fallah says that he has often heard snide comments about how he is not a very pleasing bowler to look at “My head falls away from my body when I deliver the ball I don’t bowl at express pace and they say I can’t field but at the end of the day I get wickets Shouldn’t that be enough I guess Maharashtra and my own performance in the quarters and the semis answered a lot of questions” he says Picking up all 10 wickets in an innings during a district match got Fallah a place in the Maharashtra Ranji squad back in 2007 A self-confessed drifter before that Fallah once ran away from a Maharashtra Under-22 camp saying he just didn’t feel like sticking around After that for two years he handled the cashier’s desk at his father’s restaurant before the fateful day when a few friends came and forced him to appear for a local side in a club match Fallah’s father Mohammed Hussain who own a modest cafe in Pune a place where Fallah says he understood that sitting behind the counter wasn’t going to get him the attention he craved for says that his son has always been ‘apne dil ka raja’ “You can never really force him to do anything For 10 years I tried my best to make him take up cricket He didn’t listen However after a couple of hard years he found his calling and the boy has taken off” he beams Spice trader gets a taste of fame Anupam Sanklecha 31 Scenes at Anupam Sanklecha’s home in Ahmednagar over the past couple of weeks have been nothing short of festive There’s been a steady stream of people visiting often lingering in front of a packed trophy cabinet and watching re-runs of old games Sanklecha’s 55-year-old mother Meena has been brewing endless cups of tea and empty mithai boxes are piled high in a corner of the kitchen With constant discussions of Sanklecha’s exploits in the televised quarter-final between Maharashtra and Mumbai the pacer’s three-year-old daughter Kanishka’s favourite pastime has been imitating her father’s post-wicket celebrations Sanklecha’s 22 wickets in six matches have been crucial to Maharashtra’s march into the Ranji Trophy final The 31-year-old only among the two 30-plus players in the squad is Ahmednagar’s latest and most coveted celebrity In the last four days since he returned from Indore after winning the semi-final against Bengal Sanklecha has attended 34 felicitation functions In addition to that he’s been invited as guest of honour at Ahmednagar’s 15-odd cricket academies At every function kids have flocked around the wiry fast bowler thrusting autograph books bats and outstretched palms into his face desperate for a signature At every event Sanklecha has been asked to share a few words of wisdom and the man who till three years ago was seriously contemplating joining his father’s spice-trade at the central market repeats he doesn’t really have any great insights into what is the precise recipe for success On a hot Thursday afternoon while Sanklecha is assisting his father at the shop a crowd gathers across the street with people showering the younger of the two with adoration Sanklecha though is unfazed rattling off prices of turmeric cumin and cardamom while helping his father analyse the latest fluctuations in the spice market “I have just been working hard There is nothing special that I have done apart from bowl my heart out day-in day-out ” he says Sanklecha who played for the Mumbai Champs in the now defunct ICL says that even a couple of seasons after accepting BCCI’s amnesty offer life continued to be challenging Sanklecha’s 58-year-old father Amrutlal who runs a spice trading firm in Ahmednagar’s main bazaar says his son’s exploits on the field a couple of weeks ago brought the normally-buzzing market to a grinding halt “We have a television set in the shop and once news spread that Bhaiyya (Anupam) was on TV I suddenly had a crowd of 250-odd people converge and cheer every ball that he bowled” says the proud father Come Wednesday and Sanklecha will feature in the Ranji Trophy final perhaps the culmination of a stop-start career Three years ago after the ICL stint Sanklecha had almost given up hope of ever making it to India’s premier domestic competition “Hyderabad is the biggest test of my career I am treating it as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity The second chance that I have been searching for ever since the ICL has finally come I don’t want to take too much pressure but then a good performance might open a few important doors for me” he says Bullet-maker wicket-taker Dominic Muthuswamy 32 Till a few months back Dominic Muthuswamy was used to just a few appreciative glances courtesy his appearances for Maharashtra in the Ranji Trophy In his day-job he operated a bullet-making machine at the Ammunition Factory Khadki However this past week the admiration for the lanky Muthuswamy’s exploits with the ball for Maharashtra seems to have hit the roof From the time the 32-year-old Muthuswamy enters the imposing gate of the factory everyone from the sentries at the guardhouse to his floor supervisor rush to shake his hand wishing him luck for what is a heady peak in the pacer’s brief cricket career He continues to head to work everyday at 730 am saying that he owes this much to his employers who took him in when the family feared for survival Muthuswamy says he is taking a little time to get used to all the attention His family too seem to be finding that a challenge Muthuswamy’s wife and two children seem rather flustered as camera lenses whir and focus on the lanky Dominic WhileMuthuswamy’s children Joy and Johan gradually get comfortable his wife remains shy to have her picture taken The youngest of four children born to a driver in the vicinity of the factory Muthuswamy made his debut at the age of 30 Before that he says he had too much on his plate to really care about even giving a thought to pursuing cricket seriously “I lost my dad 12 years ago With three elder sisters the responsibility of settling them fell naturally to me I was lucky to get a job at the ammunition factory in place of my dad For 10 years playing cricket did not really make too much sense” he says However since being spotted in a club tournament four years ago Muthuswamy has made rapid progress first in tennis ball matches and then in first-class cricket He says that he simply cannot comprehend the fact that he is part of a team which is in the final of India’s premier domestic competition “For someone who till three years back was content bowling two overs in a tennis ball match a Ranji final is obviously a little too much to imagine However this campaign has been such a terrific ride and I really want to perform in the final” he says But what has really given him the most pleasure is the shift in behaviour from his neighbours “Earlier they said I was wasting my life playing tennis ball cricket “They said I needed to find a good job and try and live a settled life Since a couple of years though they have started respecting me People who I haven’t seen for 10-12 years are now visiting my house to wish me success This season has gone a long way in changing how people are looking at me” he says A suitable boy on and off the field Sangram Atitkar 25 An important hundred in a Ranji Trophy semi-final would be a rather momentous occasion for most people That too coming in a crunch situation with no batsman to follow and the team in dire need of a big knock Sangram Atitkar a footballer-turned-cricketer did just that smacking the Bengal bowlers all over the park compiling an aggressive 168 which gave Maharashtra a decisive 341 run-lead and eventual victory However Atitkar’s knock seemed to have passed under the radar back home in his native village of Ambewadi three kilometres away from Kolhapur Apart from a few congratulatory messages Atitkar’s family seemed to be consumed by their only son’s impending wedding Atitkar will tie the knot on February 4 a couple of days after Ranji final concludes against Karnataka “When I went home there was such a rush With wedding preparations I thought people had almost forgotten my ton I had planned to go and rest at home but instead spent all my time preparing for my big day” chuckles Atitkar However Atitkar’s would-be father-in-law Dr Ravi Jadhav seems to be making up for all the supposed indifference that the 25-year-old was subjected to “Sangram has given me the biggest gift and that too even before he is actually married All of Kolhapur is extremely proud of my son-in-law” he says Jadhav a professor at a college in Kolhapur who counts Maharashtra legend Raosaheb Nimbalkar and Bhausaheb Nimbalkar (who played for Baroda and Holkars through the 40s and 50s) as his uncles says he is more than happy to welcome another ‘dashing’ cricketer to the family “I have been teaching at this college for more than a decade I don’t think I got so much recognition in 10 years than what I’m receiving now after Sangram’s performance in the semis” he says Atitkar whose father owns a wholesale jaggery shop and grows sugarcane on the 16 acres that the family owns says that his performance this season has given him considerable satisfaction He has 628 runs in 13 innings at a healthy average of 5709 He was part of the Maharashtra team that won the Under-19 Cooch Behar Trophy in 2005-06 but Atitkar says winning the Trophy final is something that will give him validation “I’ve had to struggle to prove myself Every match it was as if I had to score big just to justify my place in the team My 168 did prove a point to a lot of people But noone really remembers a semi-final My goal now is to contribute substantially in the final If I manage to do that it will show that I performed when it mattered and also it would be the best gift I could give myself before getting married” he says For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Kolkata | Published: November 19 2011 2:06 pm Related News One of the two joint security force personnel injured in an encounter with Maoists in West Bengal’s Purulia district died in a Ranchi hospital on Saturday even as two Maoists were arrested in connection with the killing of two Trinamool Congress workers Purulia SP Sunil Kumar Chowdhury said the security force personnel of a Naga regimentwho was seriously injured in an encounter with the Ayodhya squad of the Maoists in Balarampur on November 14died at a hospital in Ranchi The encounter followed the killing of two Trinamool Congress workers Ajit Singh Sardar and his son Baku Singh Sardar at Balarampur Two Maoists had also been killed in the encounter In another developmenttwo of the killers of the Trinamool Congress workersMaoists Sanjay Das and Parasuram Das were arrested late last night from Sonachura and Gangra villages in East Midnapore districtEast Midnapore SP Ashok Biswas said The arrested Maoists were also responsible for the killing of Nandigram-Sonachura gram panchayat pradhan Nishikanata Mondal in 2009he said In Junglemahalcomprising the forested areas of West MidnaporeBankura and Purulia districtsstepped up operations by the joint forces continued In West Midnapore districttwo-member teams of the joint forces on motorcycles patrolled remote villages in Maoist-hit JhargramBelpahariNayagramLalgarh and Binpur police station areaspolice sources said Seven to eight of the two-member teams were patrolling ‘kutcha’ roads in remote villages where vehicles cannot enterthe sources said The police apprehended that with the huge quantity of arms and ammunition seized in the last few days in Junglemahalthe Maoists could raid police stations as they did at the Sankrail police station in 2009 killing the officer-in-charge and another police officer and decamping with all weapons The Maoists had also taken away weapons after the raid on the EFR camp in Sildawhich left 18 EFR personnel dead In Purulia districtthe patrols around the Maoist-hit Ayodhya hills was extended to a fifth police station area — Jhalda The patrols were also continuing in BagmundiBandwanBalarampur and Arsa police station limits for the Ayodhya squad members of the Maoists In Bankura districta police rifle snatched away by Maoists from the Ranibandh police station was found in a forestthe sources said Patrols by the joint forces were continuing in SarengaBarikulSimlapal and Raipur police station areasand portions of the Khetra police station areathey added For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aleesha Matharu | Published: December 21 2014 1:00 am Chinese fishing nets (Source: Thinkstock Images) Related News What would you do on your first trip to Kerala — go through Kochi take a backwater break in Alleppey or enjoy the rolling greens of Munnar I was spared the agonising choice by an equally tempting offer — a road trip along the spice route in Kochi and parts of Ernakulum and Thrissur districts that the Kerala Tourism Development Corporation (KTDC) is now promoting with support from UNESCO Our first destination like for most first-timers in the city was Fort Kochi It’s a picturesque drive with Dutch and Portuguese-style villas standing guard on either side We stop next to a large football field and make our way to the St Francis Church which houses the original tomb of Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama Opposite the church stands the aristocratic Cochin Club earlier called the English Club where in the early 1900s only Britishers were granted admission The next day we head to the Marine Drive for some sea-gazing A Dutch cemetery built in 1720 and a Bob Marley cafe sit nestled in a corner right before the Fort Kochi beach With its Vasco da Gama Square and famous Chinese fishing nets — or Cheena Vala as they are locally known — it is a throwback to a different time There are crowds around vendors selling fresh fried fish and ice cream while groups of men lounge on benches and old anchors having animated discussions St Francis Church in Kochi (Source: Express photo by Aleesha Matharu) From Fort Kochi it took us less than 10 minutes to reach Mattancherry about four km away The spice trade in Kerala which has its roots in the third millennium BC still runs strong and Mattancherry with its booming spice market is a vibrant example The air is ripe with the smell of fresh cardamom and aniseed as we walk through the market on our way to the Dutch Palace a gift from the Portuguese to the Raja of Kochi in 1555 which was later restored by the Dutch and given the name The museum inside the palace houses extensive literature on the Kochi royal family The palace shares a wall with the oldest active synagogue in the country — the Paradesi synagogue built in 1568 which sits in the heart off the Jew Town home to the local Jewish community Shops selling a variety of antiques dot the area It’s early evening when we reach and the Jew Town is bathed in the dying rays of the sun The houses have colourful windows many of them half-open with delicious smells of freshly cooked food wafting out A shopkeeper at a nearby store laments how the number of Jews here is dwindling “It is becoming more difficult to complete a minyan (the quorum of 10 men required to hold a service)” he says shaking his head Signage for the Dutch cemetery near Fort Kochi beach (Source: Express photo by Aleesha Matharu) The next morning we are up bright and early and head northwards deeper into Ernakulum district Our destination is Pattanam 35 km north of Kochi where archaeologists are conducting excavations to find the lost port city of Muziris Located in North Paravur in Ernakulam district the port city served as a key link in the spice trade with the West till it was destroyed in 1341 when the Periyar river flooded Mentioned by classical writers like Pliny and Ptolemy in their books Muziris was thought to be the gateway to India Artefacts discovered in the region first by the Archaeological Survey of India and then Kerala Council for Historical Research are proof of the fact that the spice route existed around 3000 years ago As the car plows on the roads are framed by lush foliage on both sides Earthy houses flash past and mustachioed men in mundus go about their business in clean prosperous towns The excavation site at Pattanam is open to the public from February to June so when we arrive we can see precious little barring a few photographs of the eight excavation cycles and some fragments of pottery The next day we move on to Pallipuram Fort nearly 40 km from Kochi the oldest existing European fort in India built by the Portuguese in 1503 All around it the countryside looks pristine and untrammelled by development We drive further north and visit the Kottapuram fort and market before getting to the Cheraman Juma Masjid the country’s first and oldest mosque It was built in 629 AD at the behest of the last of the Cherai kings The compound which also has a pond in the backdrop houses a museum with old artefacts and a model of the mosque Footfall is modest at the mosque; Saraf VM the curator says that about 300-500 visitors come in peak season The Paradesi synagogue in Kochi (Source: Thinkstock Images) Heading back to Kochi we visited the Paravur synagogue in North Paravur town Built in 1615 it was recently restored by the Kerala government and its doors opened to visitors early this year With its symmetrical pathways and central courtyard it’s an example of typical Kerala architecture Of all the religious monuments we visited I found this to be the most soul-stirring Back at the hotel I settle down in a bamboo grove overlooking the backwaters my mind drifting to the many treasures I had witnessed The spice trail lets you immerse yourself in the extensive history of the region allowing you to see more than the idyllic paddy fields and the backwaters Alleppey and Kumarakom could wait for the next visit (The writer was a guest of the Kerala Tourism Department Corporation) For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsS I write separately because we converge from different paths and there are aspects of this case that—NIH’s insouciance notwithstanding — should trouble the heart and Wi-Fi/LTE influenced the accuracy rate in tracing websites visited researchers launched attacks and checked the accuracy with which their algorithms could determine which websites were visited while the phones were plugged in 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They didn’t speak to reporters while leaving the prison, the state government is yet to formally take a call on Mawlai block to be carved out of Mylliem block having a population of around three lakh (as per 2011 census).“These particular establishments (creation of CRD blocks) of the government are to serve the most vulnerable people” the chief minister told reporters at Shillong He said the decision to allocate the new block was taken last evening when he held a review meeting with senior officials in the finance department Another reason which prompted the creation of the new block is that the old Mylliem block will continue to have over 113 lakh people while Mawlai has over 180 lakh people (which is to be bifurcated further) he said The new block will have villages from at least three legislative assembly constituencies – Nongthymmai Pynthor and Mawryngkneng Governor Bawanri Lal Purohit had in the budget session announced the creation of six new blocks which include Mawlai and Sohiong in East Khasi Hills Bhoirymbong in Ri Bhoi Demdema in West Garo Hills Rerapara in South West Garo Hills and Bajengdoba in North Garo Hills districts For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News will not punish Nepal. yubaraj. He approaches to knock the door when she asks him to leave, of cricket, Meanwhile, The Congress has 27 MLAs, “This bill is a clear admission that the economy is not doing well and the government has failed to create jobs. The Opposition questioned the government’s motive for bringing a bill with a few amendments in a hasty manner when the more comprehensive Factories Amendment Bill 2014 is still alive.

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