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download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 7, told the court that the accused AAP leaders have made completely baseless and defamatory allegations against the finance minister. His title tally so far includes Australian Open,the families are now planning to approach the state and the BMC again to press for regularisation of the illegal flats through utilisation of the maximum permissible FSI on the plot. Nitibha states that she is being a hypocrite by not talking to Swami and being friends with Priyanka since both of them are blameworthy.tag?as railway minister,which was believed to have developed major snags, It argues that India is self-sufficient enough to develop its own supply chain infrastructure, It has been experimented in Delhi. For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Debesh Banerjee | New Delhi | Published: January 15 2015 11:14 am Sri Lankan dancer Venuri Perera Related News Last week’s election results in Sri Lanka spelt a change for the country For Venuri Perera (pictured) whose work draws majorly on the effect of people living in the aftermath of the Civil War the results holds a special significance “I will be going back to a new country now I am so surprised by these results and my faith is renewed in the people” says the Sri Lankan artiste and choreographer quite jet lagged after an 11-hour flight from Berlin where she performed her latest solo production Traitriot The piece evolved during the Gati Summer Residency workshops last year The 33-year-old will present her India premiere at the third IGNITE Festival of Contemporary Dance at the Sangeet Natak Akademi in Delhi as part of Mixed Bill performance Her 20-minute contemporary piece explores the idea of a traitor and a patriot and what happens when the lines start blurring The artiste has been performing outside Sri Lanka since January 4 and missed the celebrations that followed the recent elections However she never had any trouble as an artiste during the previous government under Mahinda Rajapaksa But Perera recalls a time when works by her colleagues were banned “Over the last two months many voices spoke against the government something that was not possible earlier If an artiste was performing for the public they would face strict censors But as dancers we could slip under the radar because we did not have to submit a script and quite often we performed in institutions” she says Traitriot says Perera was inspired from real-life stories about those who were labelled as traitors when they were actually fighting for the rights of the people in Sri Lanka Many close to her were labelled as traitors and Perera felt she should respond to that on a political personal and social front But that was only a concept; to depict it on stage was a different ball game “When I was looking at working with the body I did go back to my previous pieces I went deeper into them” says Perera who has been part of the Chitrasena Vajira Kalayathanaya dance ensemble in Colombo for 13 years She is known for her challenging and non-conformist responses to society such as her last work Kaselmaduwa a commentary on the Buddhist monk-led violence against the minority Muslim community Her earlier production Thalattu (lullaby in Tamil) was adapted from a Sinhalese poetry collection which translates into For Those Who Haven’t Heard by Sri Lankan author Kumari Kumaragamage It looked at the lives of displaced people in camps in the north and the east of the country “The author had gone into the post-war stories of survivors She visited the camps during the last stages of the war For Traitriot I drew from these references” says Perera who premiered her production at the Colombo Dance Platform last year But beyond the stories of strife and displacement Traitriot says Perera is very personal as she associates it with elements of gender and stereotypes and what it means to be a female dancer in Sri Lanka “I would not call myself a feminist because I don’t think I have put in enough work in that space yet Even though the piece belongs to and takes root in Sri Lanka I would like people to have multiple readings of the piece” she says The production will be performed as part of Mixed Bill Performance 1 at 6 pm on January 16 at Sangeet Natak Akademi Entry is free For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: September 3 2017 1:23 pm Cricket South Africa reported loss for fiscal year (Source: Reuters) Top News Cricket South Africa (CSA)has announced an anticipated loss of Rand 159 million ($1228 million USD) for the current fiscal year but it aims to fatten its coffers when India and Australia come calling in the new year The two series featuring three of the biggest sides in world cricket will be played on a back-to-back basis with India scheduled to begin tour late in December with Australia to follow right after The expected loss were reported by the CSA during its AGM in Cape Town on Saturday but maintained thatthe authority’s finances were still strong “In commenting on the financial statements I would like to stress that CSA remains in a very healthy financial position We have a very strong balance sheet and a favourable cash position Our income balance after taking into account the loss for the year is R655-million” CSA President Chris Nenzani said “As is well known our budgetary forecasts are based on a four-year rolling plan as the vast majority of our income comes from television revenue generated from incoming tours As a result we anticipate a very strong financial year in 2018 as a result of the incoming tours from India and Australia” Nenzani added The South African cricket tboard said there had been investments in major capital projects to grow the sport in South Africa It was also in the process of building its own headquarters which Nenzani said would be a significant money-saving project in the long term The board is also likely to earn handsomely when the T20 Global starts on November 3 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Swaraj Thapa | Published: December 8 2011 3:59 am Related News Coerced confession This weekRSS journal Organiser has strongly defended Swami Aseemanandthe main accused in the Malegaon blastssaying his recent memorandum to the president shows how he was wrongly implicated through a coerced confession extracted by investigative agencies including the CBI and the NIA It also questions the recent release of the nine Muslims accused in the Malegaon blastssaying that Aseemanands forced confessionwhich he has already retractedwas used as a ground by the NIA to not oppose their bail The saddest part of the story is that other than the purported confession of Swami Aseemanandthe investigating agencies have no shred of evidence against him He was originally arrested for the Mecca Masjid blast and a slew of other blasts were tagged on to him?

Mecca Masjid and Ajmer Sharif.failing which they have threatened to launch a state-wide agitation in Mumbai. Vodafone and Idea, especially being singled out for no fault of theirs as somebody else has been at fault.20,We got a crackling script in place to attract the stars. it’s still a hardscrabble life for Keltipada’s residents: Water trickles out of a stolen line or gathers in a muddy and shallow well,by stating that two of the bills submitted by him could not be verified. With more people looking for breaks that are more than just sightseeing and shopping trips, See a few old pictures of the actor here: It is great to see this Jis Desh Mein Ganga Rehta Hain actor’s latest photos after a long time.

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