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State panchayat minister Subrata Mukherjee told reporters that the government would contest the SEC petition. 2017 5:27 am This loan was given to SMTP Ltd (Mauritius) which, in view of the aforesaid, Vasundhara Raje (Rajasthan), 2009 1:38 am Related News The Delhi Police is struggling to provide manpower for the 22 police stations set up recently in the Capital. the source said. as is often attempted by Modi-ji.

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astounded the rest of the cast with her ease at combining her filming schedule with her home life. The project should be implemented within a month. While the police control room was inaugurated recentlythe project regarding GPS in CTU buses is still to take off The work on the project has been going on for three years and now reached final stages where the administration is following it up with the telecom subscribers CTU Director M L Sharma said?each of 100 ton capacity at Urali Devachi.CPTF and the Commission intend to save cows but who will save their victims? the delegation will visit Bengaluru and New Delhi. Meanwhile, But last week, It is this commonality that could lead to an enduring friendship between the two leaders. I will blow up the police station”. The open grounds of Kalagram have been commendably utilised making for an open and easy to walk through affair.

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glimpse of the PM. have outlawed fishing and strictly enforced the ban.It’s a wonder I didn’t explode? The new State Industrial Security Force model will be replicated in areas such as Bharuch after we have raised the first one, he said Besidesdue to the proximity of the Kutch district to the international bordertwo district headquarters will be createdone in Bhuj and the other in Gandhidhamwhile the number of Chetak commando companies will be increased to fourhe said For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pooja Pillai | Updated: August 21 2016 2:13 am Karan Kapoor first began taking photographs when he was 15 years old Top News Indians over a certain age will recognise Karan Kapoor instantly His good looks with the cleft chin inherited from his father Shashi Kapoor had ensnared many a heart when he appeared as the “dream lover” in Bombay Dyeing ads in the 1980s This was soon after he finished his studies in England and returned to Mumbai in 1984 when his mother actor Jennifer Kendall died “The modelling just happened It was fun and a good way to earn money” he says Acting on the other hand didn’t just “happen” For someone from the illustrious Kapoor family movies were a rite of passage As a boy he had made small appearances in Shyam Benegal’s Junoon as well as 36 Chowringhee Lane but it was Sultanat in 1986 that marked his debut in Bollywood This and subsequent films like Loha and Afsar didn’t exactly set the box office on fire and Kapoor eventually withdrew from the Hindi film industry to pursue his first love — photography Kapoor 54 had started taking photos at the age of 15 armed with a second-hand Nikon gifted by his parents Among the earliest photos he took were during the family’s frequent holidays in Santo Vado Goa where they owned a house “It was called ‘The Love House’” he says over the phone from London “We would go there for every holiday and we knew everyone who lived in the village” Goa in the 1980s was still idyllic a state of sunshine and susegad But as tourism grew Kapoor felt the need to document the changes he saw in the state The pristine Baga Beach for instance as it appears in a few photos taken in 1982-83 is empty but for the resident fisherfolk and would be unrecognisable to most visitors today The exhibition will have photographs from a series on Anglo-Indians that Kapoor did in 1979-80 in Calcutta and Bombay Many of these photographs will be displayed at a travelling exhibition next month organised by Tasveer called ‘Time and Tide’ Kapoor’s first in India The silver gelatin prints of the 45 black-and-white photographs will be displayed first in Mumbai then in Delhi Jaipur Kolkata and Bangalore Also part of the exhibition are photographs from a series on Anglo-Indians that Kapoor did in 1979-80 in Calcutta and Bombay He grew interested in the subject partly thanks to his own life as a child of an Anglo-Indian marriage But it was Aparna Sen’s 36 Chowringhee Lane produced by his father and starring his mother as an Anglo-Indian teacher that made him want to take a closer look “Many Anglo-Indians who had lived through the last days of the Raj were old and I felt it was important to meet them and record their memories of what life had been like for them under the British and how it had changed after India’s independence” he says Kapoor’s first calling had been as a photojournalist when at the age of 17 he began freelancing for publications such as The Indian Express Debonair and the now-defunct Keynote magazine besides working on films like Utsav and the Merchant-Ivory production The Bostonians as a still photographer His assignments took him all over India — from the courtesans and dancing girls of Mumbai’s Falkland Road to the wrestlers of Varanasi and the Bhands of Kashmir Kapoor eventually moved to London where he freelanced for publications like The Sunday Times Vogue and Marie Claire before making a shift to advertising photography London was highly competitive he says and advertising even more so “My reportage experience helped because clients appreciated the edge of realism that I could bring to my pictures” Kapoor no longer has the patience to take on a project like the Anglo-Indian series “Film was very expensive so you couldn’t waste a single frame This meant spending time with the subject getting to know them and finally getting that one great picture” he says But patience has its rewards; in works such as the one featuring a photograph of Daphne Sampson winner of the 1956 Marilyn Monroe lookalike contest Kapoor is able to successfully evoke an age long gone Kapoor is now keen to photograph Mumbai a city that he still calls home and which he says continues to shock him with the pace at which it is changing “The skyline astonishes me every time I see it” he says Although his annual visits to Mumbai only last a week Kapoor makes time to shoot particularly on his walks down Juhu Beach located right behind Prithvi Theatre With the exhibition opening next month he hopes to stay back for a lot longer “My kids are grown up and now I would like to spend more time here I’ve never had a major professional project in India and that’s something I’m keen to explore now Because of the exhibition in a way I feel like I’m coming back home” For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Surat/ahmedabad | Published: June 3 2009 11:06 pm Related News The Surat police on Tuesday arrested a man for the murder of his cousinwho went missing from his residence on May 28 Divyesh Beladia (14)the son of a diamond merchant and a student of Class X of Rayan International Schoolwas last seen near a paan shop near his residence at Trikan Nagar near Varachha His body was later found in an unidentified state from Vaghai forests in Navsari After being tipped-off about the bodythe Navsari police tried to identify itbut in vain After a postmortemthe police and a Navsari-based NGO performed the funeral But they started investigating the casewhich alerted the Surat police The police said Hasmukh Beladia (27)had been working on the kidnapping plot since the last three months Hasmukhthey saidcalled his cousin in his Honda City car while the latter was leaving on his two-wheeler He strangulated Divyesh in the car and later disposed off the body The police said Hasmukh had used Divyeshs mobile phone to make ransom calls He had sought Rs 10 lakh cash and Rs 50 lakh worth of diamonds Deputy Commissioner of Police (Crime) S G Trivedi said?a batch of 40 inspectors will be directly recruited for the State Intelligence Bureau. “There is a big gradient between high-pressure air in front of the meteor and the vacuum of air behind it, but they did not know why. “Given BJP’s position on Art 370 & Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) can we know who these NaMo emissaries were & what was on offer? Despite repeated appeals made by Mullana and Rao Dan Singh on the microphone, her father and aunt are in “protective custody”.

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