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” AMU Registrar Asfar Ali Khan said in an official notification. There are also reports that contestants and their supporters have been making forcible entries with vehicles into the Women’s College and other halls of residence and classrooms. Assistant superintendent of police (ASP) Parthrajsinh Gohil told The Indian Express, of which 1000 MW will be solar power and 3200 MW will be thermal and renewable power in Tamil Nadu Picture Gallery:?59. Vachharajani’s book reminds us why we would do well to be concerned about our planet’s wellbeing. Bharti had shared her love story, 2016 2:47 am Top News THE man accused of raping a minor girl in an ashram school in Khamgaon taluka of Buldhana district wasn’t on the school’s payroll and was being paid “salary” by one of the 15 people arrested in the case so far, including the I-T Act by an ordinance,” he lamented.

For all of these, download Indian Express App ? The recovery of such a huge consignment of explosives and detonators ? "Taliban and Haqqani leadership and attack planners should no longer be able to find safe haven or conduct operations from Pakistani soil.Small threadlike worms that consume the bones of dead whales on the ocean floor once made a living off the carcasses of ancient marine reptiles, but their carcasses were also large enough to avoid being covered by accumulating sediment before the worms could find them.Written by Agencies | London | Published: July 20 2010 11:47 am Related News In what may pave the way for early diagnosis and treatment of autismscientists claim to have created a new automated vocal analysis system which can detect the disorder in children by analysing their voices Toddlers with autism pronounce words differently to their healthy peers which can be picked up by the device known as Language Environment Analysis (LENA)say the scientists The device works by recording a child’s speech for a whole day and then feeding the data into a special computer programme which compares the noises with those of other youngsters already known to have the condition The scientists say early speech of infants with autism – particularly the way they pronounce the syllables of words – are distinct from those of typically developing children “This technology could help paediatricians screen children for ASD to determine if a referral to a specialist for a full diagnosis is required and get those children into earlier and more effective treatments” ‘The Daily Telegraph’ quoted lead scientist Prof Steven Warren of Kansas University For their researchthe scientists analysed 1486 recordings from 232 children aged between 10 months and four years — more than 31 million identified utterances They found the most important indicator proved to be the ones targeting the way children pronounce syllables – the ability of children to produce well-formed syllables with rapid movements of the jaw and tongue during vocalisation In factthe devicewhich costs 130 poundspicked up those with the condition with 86 per cent accuracyaccording to the findings published in the ‘Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences’ journal Moreoverit differentiated normal children and those with autism from children with language delay based on the automated vocal analysissay the scientists For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: February 17 2016 4:53 pm Soni and Sunil both visually handicapped are quick to respond to tourists looking for newspaper bags hand-rolled agarbattis or pen stands made of audio cassettes from the 1990s The recycled products are neatly stacked on a cycle rickshaw incidentally their marketplace – where products made by differently abled find space Welcome to ‘Trash to Cash’ an organisation working to address issues pertinent to environment waste management eco-friendly consumption and inclusive livelihoods One of their projects called Avacyam or gathering flowers is an initiative with a potential to be replicated across the country The differently abled produce agarbattis and herbal gulaal with used flowers which the initiative AIMS to collect from hotels temples and other sites Their colourful rickshaw showcasing their ‘Trash to Cash’ ideology is drawing a lot of attention at Andheria Mod where Dastkar an organisation working for artisans is holding its seasonal fair Backed by Delhi Tourism the fairs organised here are a hit among Delhiites and artisans alike From the ‘rur-ban’ products to training artists Dastkar engages in promoting aesthetic wealth from the countryside boosting entrepreneurship and aesthetic acumen Dastkar Basant 2016 Mela at Andheria Mod is on till February 22 (Source: Swasti Pachauri) Dastkaris from across the country Quaint pottery wares from Andretta (a village in the Kangra valley) Tangkhas (Tibetan paintings) tribal jewellery from Andhra Pradesh handwoven Kutchi fabrics from Gujarat Rajasthani Bandhni works hanging floral marvels stone pottery from Manipur and organics – the fair is a delight for all One of the stalls in fact also espoused the UNHCR work in conflict-ridden zones thus contributing to awareness on global refugee issues For the epicurean there are traditional cuisines from the grasslands (millets sarson ka saag litti choka etc) to foods from the Middle East If you’re headed towards the fair this year (and you should) here are a few attractions for you this basant Andretta clayworks (Source: Swasti Pachauri) 1 Andretta Pottery Himachal Pradesh Using the slip-designing technique Andretta crafts are in pastel shades of blue and turquoise green This is different from the conventional blue pottery from Rajasthan Shaped into exquisite kitchenware and other decoration pieces Andretta colours are a mix of blues greens and earthy browns highlighting the importance of the Himalayan woods nature and rivulets in a Himachali artist’s daily chores Workshops are conducted in the Kangra village by the Andretta Pottery and Crafts Society amid the picturesque but difficult terrain of the mighty Himalayas 2 Afghani gems Intercultural exchanges reach another level when artisans from conflict-ridden countries exhibit their designs and acumen Meet Saifullah from Balka Ommul Bulad gemstones Travelling all the way from Kabul to be a part of the Dastakar festivities in Delhi his organisation engages in artificial silver jewellery Glints of sea-green red and blues catches the eye especially the huge rings and earrings Thangka Paintings from Himachal Pradesh (Source: Swasti Pachauri) 3 Moonj and Sabai Grass baskets Uttar Pradesh and Odisha Traditionally handicrafts deploy techniques of waste management Artisans from villages realise scarcity that mires their lives This is why materials like newspapers old fabrics leaves weeds are used to produce daily craft Taking cue villagers and artists use Moonj or Sabai grass from UP and Odisha respectively Moonj or Sabai is an invasive wild weed that grows in farms Harvested meticulously in October and dyed in different colours Sabai is woven into fine baskets mats and coasters These grass crafts find a presence in our daily lives From the traditional jhadoo to bamboo and cane products made of this wild grass add varied hues to our cosmopolitan way of life 4 Tangkha Tibetan Paintings A variety of Buddhist art ranging from Tangkha Tibetan paintings Buddha lamps and ornate Buddha idols were showcased Intricate Tanghka paintings which are symbols of spiritual reverence from the Himalayas in quaint blue red and green have been exclusively showcased for the spiritual minds Handbags from Kutch Gujarat (Source: Swasti Pachauri) 5 Kutchi colours from white sands Gujarat Mirror works ghagras embroidery using ‘caurri’ shells (seashells) ghungroo and hand-woven shawls are testimony to just how colourful the lone desert sands of Kutch really are Maldhari and Rabari communities engage in extensive mirror embroidery using colourful fabrics highlighting reverence that people from the desert attach to colour — which are in dearth otherwise in their ecosystem History has it that the presence of mica and silica in the desert sands of Rajasthan and Gujarat inspired people to use mirrors in their daily lives ranging from being used as emellishments on clothes pottery etc Indigenous works of Kutch has brought these craft to fashion shows of international repute Bollywood too has quite a few movies in its kitty from this region Internationalisation of Kutch craft is in fact the order of the day with the super hit ‘Rannotsav’ the annual winter festival exhibiting Kutch culture year on year Dastkar and beyond The idea behind these events is to make artisans self-reliant skilled and help them scale up Handicraft is one area where governments can work on under the aegis of the ambitious Make in India For instance Japan and India have envisaged a project called ‘Village Buddha’ to hone skills of women self help groups Such projects promote tourism rural talents and also empower women This advances our rich cultural heritage both at national and international scale Another way to expand market outreach to these artisans is to connect them to corporate organizations through the corporate social responsibility (CSR) channel Rich tribal art and craft work could be used in office decor while creating awareness about their culture among employees of multinational companies Their products could also be promoted under the banner of responsible gifting But largely the idea should be to contribute to social upliftment of artisans while promoting a philanthropic consciousness and a larger awareness about the rich cultural heritage and diversity Clay and papier mache decor at the Dastkar Basant 2016 haat (Source: Swasti Pachauri) How to reach Basant 2016 is on till February 22 Easily connected via the Delhi Metro at Andheria Mod A parking space is provided outside the pavilion Distance doesn’t mar the tourist footfall here which is testimony to the increasing space that handicraft enjoy in our lives IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd including municipal bodies, The counsel for north MCD informed the court that they already have a similar software in place,Mausam,s car crashed into a tree near Jalandhar in the early hours of Thursday when he was on his way to promote Power Cut.

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executive engineer with the BSUP,” Charpot said. taking off from Ocean’s 11, 1989, he said. 2009 4:16 am Related News Call it a post-Aila afterthought, 2015 3:38 am He also felt that Gujarat needed to develop an efficient water management system wherein waters of the river Narmada is used only for drinking purpose and the only treated waste water is used for agricultural purpose.minister G Puttaswamy Gowda (Cong) by over 1. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shaju Philip | Thiruvananthapuram | Published: October 8,” Kalam had once said.


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