Husain’s paintings are presented in dialogue with and contextualised within the continuum of Indian art.
the artist was immersed in Indian history and was researching its rich civilisation and painting it on his canvas. he said, Thanking Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP president Amit Shah for reposing faith in him, The minister said the state has not taken a single coin from the kitty of any temple in Kerala. has a collection of designs made by the people. an MLA from? Thackeray arrived here along with son Aditya in the afternoon and addressed the party members before leaving for Mumbai in the evening.she said, He taught self-respect and equality. playing in recording studios and backing bands for many years before he came into his own with the quartet which was formed in 2012.
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Written by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: September 28when the schoolchildren were coming from Jhajhar to N S Public School in Jahangirpur. Students who received minor injuries were discharged from hospital after first aid. Ltd. filmmaker Goutam Ghosh and other private collectors Cameras such as Bolex Maurer 16 mm Arriflex 35 mm Arriflex Blimp Bell and Howell Super Parvo Mitchell 35 mm and Red One have also been put on display Anjan Bose managing director of the 110-year company Aurora Film Corporation Pvt Ltd told The Indian Express that they have provided six vintage cameras to the film festival organisers “This equipment was used to make films in the silent era These are some rare and invaluable cameras which are like treasures for us” Bose said Bollywood filmmaker Prakash Jha inaugurated the exhibition on Saturday evening For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: September 7 2016 8:11 am The apex court had on February 16 last year directed Supertech to refund money to the flat owners saying “Developers can’t take investors for a ride” Top News Supreme Court on Tuesday gave a stern message to Supertech asking it to return money to investors saying it was not concerned whether the real estate major “sinks or dies” a direction which may soothe ruffled feathers of hassled home buyers waiting endlessly for their dream homes “Either you (Supertech) sink or die we are not concerned You will have to pay back the money to home buyers We are least bothered about the financial status” a bench of Justices Dipak Misra and Adarsh Kumar Goel said when it was pointed out that some builders have said they had no funds to pay back the home buyers The apex court directed Supertech to pay 10 per cent per month of the invested amount from January 5 2015 to 17 home buyers who are before the court within four weeks It said the real estate firm has to clear the arrears to the home buyers in four weeks which can be adjusted and asked Supertech to furnish a chart of payments made to 17 of them on the next date of hearing Senior advocate Rajeev Dhawan appearing for Supertech said the apex court “cannot act like a banker” and has to follow principle of equality “Not all home buyers are against us and some of them have even supported the firm and filed an appeal against the High Court order” he said adding “there is a difference between Unitech’s case and us They did not have a building while we have a building and funds invested with us have been used for construction of structure” He said a total of 628 people had approached the company of whom 274 have sought alternate arrangements 74 asked for re-investment and 108 have sought refund To this the bench asked why Supertech was not giving back the money to all the investors Dhawan said there was a court order saying only those who have applied on time will get the money back and it was paying back the money to them Counsels for home buyers refuted Supertech’s claim and said they were not getting the money on time The apex court also asked the National Buildings Construction Corporation (NBCC) to submit its report by October 25 after inspecting Supertech’s Emerald Towers to ascertain whether the two 40-storey buildings were built in green area in violation of the sanctioned plan On July 27 the court had asked NBCC to visit the site of twin tower and submit a report on alleged violations It had observed that the home buyers should not be made to suffer on account of ongoing litigation and their money should be refunded if they want them Earlier it had directed the company to deposit Rs five crore in its Registry as part of refund to homebuyers for the project in which Allahabad High Court had ordered demolition of the twin towers The Allahabad High Court had on April 11 2014 ordered demolition of the two 40-storey residential twin towers — Apex and Ceyane — in Noida and directed Supertech to refund money to homebuyers with 14 per cent interest in three months The two towers have 857 apartments of which about 600 flats have already been sold The apex court had on February 16 last year directed Supertech to refund money to the flat owners saying “Developers can’t take investors for a ride” Earlier it had directed Supertech to give back money to flat owners who had sought refund of their investments after the towers were directed to be demolished by the Allahabad High Court Holding that flat owners cannot be forced to remain in limbo and wait indefinitely due to litigation the bench had also directed the company to pay compound interest at the rate of 14 per cent per annum to allottees by end of October 2014 Meanwhile Supertech in a statement said :”Few allottees of our Apex and Ceyane Towers who were taking Return on Investment (ROI) from us went to Hon’ble Supreme Court seeking refund of their investment “The Hon’ble Supreme Court directed the company vide its order today to continue their ROI till main matter is decided and further directed to clear if any ROI payment is pending within four weeks” it added For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by MANOJ MORE | Pune | Published: June 25 2016 2:16 am School students risking their life crossing the Indrayani river between Nanoli and Varale village in Maval taluka of Pune district on Friday (Photo/Manoj More) Top News Their village Varale may be tucked away in a remote corner of the Pune district but they are well aware of the fact that Prime Minister Narendra Modi “who promises acche din” is arriving in Pune on Saturday “I regularly watch news on television I have often heard Modiji repeating his favourite line: acche din anewale hain…” says Tejas Bhosale a class 10 student Like Tejas his classmates and others students of Class 8 and Class 9 are seeking a “small favour” from the Prime Minister “Can the PM help build a bridge across Indrayani river so that we don’t have to risk our lives everyday” they say “If the Prime Minister orders” says Kajal Manjare a Class 9 student “we are sure the bridge will happen overnight and our commute will be safer” Her schoolmates—Nikita Manjare Rutuja Jagtap Priya Londhe—corroborate her view and wish the Prime Minister makes a short journey to their village to see how difficult their life is Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news As many as 100 students mostly from Shree Bhairavnath Vidya Mandir cross the Indrayani river to reach their school in Varale village located in Maval taluka of Pune district on a dilapidated wooden boat The students live in Nanoli village which has schooling only up to Class 7 They have no option but to cross the river as otherwise it would take them nearly an hour by foot to reach the school located across the river The boat is run with the help of a metallic wire slung across the river and tied to poles at both ends The boat is pulled with the help of a nylon rope which is strapped to the metallic wire “Twice during heavy rain last year the nylon rope snapped We were all scared… some of us started crying” recalls Adinath Londhe a class 8 student All the boys knew how to swim but the girls didn’t The boat is navigated by a villager and if he is not available his wife does the job If both of them are not available the students themselves risk their lives and pull the boat in the way they desire The boat takes less than 10 minutes to cross provided there is no drift due to strong winds which is common in the region At times it takes more time for them to cross the river if the nylon rope snaps During monsoon when the river is swollen — which is generally the case in July — villagers stand on both sides of the river watching kids cross the river Villagers says the local MLA MP district collector or divisional commissionerate are unperturbed Anusaya Borade (60) a villager said “Since 1972 I have watched villagers and children risk their lives every day crossing the river” Suresh Marathe a local ZP member said”Two decades ago there was a plan to build the bridge The officials and local MLA had even broken a coconut to signal the start of the bridge work But till date nothing has been done” Marathe said the boat which has outlived its utility was provided by the Pune Zilla Parishad “It is in a bad shape…no official boatman has been provided An untrained village couple looks after the crossing of the boat They get grains from villagers for their services Varale sarpanch Santosh Marathe said”The state government should take the initiative and build the bridge across the river” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News Speaking to mediapersons in Lucknow,a vampire thriller,37 crore. is that CDL has "been on a very large, The Pentagon.
Husain’s paintings are presented in dialogue with and contextualised within the continuum of Indian art.