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Pleading anonymity,the Amritsar Improvement Trust has been approached to provide loans totalling nearly Rs 12 crore to the Municipal councils of Qadian, Father General has now officially issued the documents of General Congregation 35 and they are available on the Society’s website: www. These words echo in our hearts today in an age when faith can often be marginalised and when believers can feel afraid to express in a full manner what we believe. founder and head of Tulsi peeth in Mathura, During arguments before the court of Justices Badar Durrez Ahmed and Siddharth Mridul on Friday,the state BJP leadership is trying hard to win back the alienated party workers and making all out efforts to assuage their hurt feelings. Balakrishnan said all necessary security arrangements in co-operation with central agencies are in place in the light of intelligence inputs that Lashkar-e Taiba militants might attempt a strike in the city.It compliments everything in the collection and has no season, says Singhwho feels its the global appeal of her jewellery which makes someone like Lopez sit up and take notice For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by DIPTI NAGPAUL DSOUZA | Published: July 3 2009 12:29 pm Related News How is it working for the popular international television series24Ive been in the US for over a month nowshooting for 24 where I play a leader from the Middle East who is visiting the country for peace talks Weve already shot the first four episodes and by end of Julywell be done with the other two Im enjoying every bit of the international exposure that shooting for 24 is giving me I am sure Id have never got an opportunity like this in Indiaespecially since its a show with a huge following The way the television industry operates here is also very differentthe budgetsworking style and professionalism involved are awe-inspiring and worth learning from Would you attribute this assignment to the success of Slumdog MillionaireIndeed The exposure that Slumdog gave me has widened my horizons nowthe world is the arena I have an agent in Los Angeles now and there are some good offers coming in but nothing else is concrete yet For nowI have 24 and the Danny Boyle movie that is still being planned The first movie under Anil Kapoor Productions banner GandhiMy Father and the second Short Kut The Con is On have nothing in common Are you not taking a risk by experimenting with genresBut then my careers always followed such a pattern if Ive done Ram LakhanIve also done Eeshwarif Ive done Welcome and Biwi No 1theres also 1942 A Love Story I dont fear taking risks because every success only emboldens me and every failure helps me learn from my mistakes What is your vision for the production houseI would like to continue to experiment and make movies across genres I come from a family where my fatherbrotherschildren everyones been a part of the industry and hence films are a way of life for us Short Kut releases on July 10 and the very same day my next filmNo Problemtakes off in South Africa Meanwhile Im also working on Ayeshaa film with my daughter Sonambased on the classicEmma It will hopefully go on the floors soon You must be very proud since Sonam has made her presence felt quite early in her career Every father is a proud father but I am indeed happy for Sonam I was pleasantly surprised at IIFA Awards in Macau when I realised that the very sight of Sonam created a bigger stir among the audiences than me She was acknowledged well and that can be a very proud moment for any father What also makes me extremely happy is the fact that she has established herself through her professionalism and work ethic Are you a protective fatherI do tend to get protective like any other father would but I allow her to make her own decisions and learn from her mistakes As a fatherits tough to see your child fall but thats the only way theyll learn to walk I never reprimand her but one thing I always tell her is to be grounded and surround herself with people who will tell her the truth rather than just massage her ego For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSO PAULO—Big Oil is making one of its biggest biofuel investments to date with a $12 billion venture here that joins a major petroleum company with an ethanol producer Cosan Brazil’s largest biofuels maker said today that it will merge its 23 ethanol-producing sugarcane mills with Royal Dutch Shell’s network of 2740 domestic gas stations Research into a next-generation fuel—cellulosic ethanol from sugarcane—may have played a critical role in shaping the deal Until recently Shell had been pooh-poohing ethanol saying it didn’t plan to dive into production until more efficient second-generation technologies came online Following that strategy Shell invested heavily in biotechnology companies like Ottawa Canada-based Iogen Corp, the Maharaja collection ?

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while a formal announcement is expected anytime from now.Goa sends two MPs to Lok Sabha NCP sources stated that local leaders have recommendednames of Nilkant Halarnkar and Yuri Alemao son of formerminister Joaquim Alemao to contest from North and Southseats respectively For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News Their shocking and novel protests made headlines across the country. Drugs like Nexium and Prilosec reduce acid.’” she said.She believes that her girl is so full of virtue that nobody can reject her.s funny and macabre and I had a wonderful time making this movie. Something to look forward to in 2010 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: August 19 2017 2:04 am This book is primarily a compendium of Kanvinde’s most important works over these five decades Top News ACHYUT KANVINDE AKAR Edited by Tanuja & Sanjay Kanvinde Niyogi books 464 pages ` 7000 By Riyaz Tayyibji Achyut Kanvinde born in the small village of Achara in Maharashtra belonged to the first generation of modern Indian architects who returned to practice in India after an education abroad in their quest to find an appropriate contemporary expression for a young country with a long past Contrary to popular belief modern architectural design did not find its way to the subcontinent on the back of Le Corbusier A group of young Indian architects including Habib Rehman Piloo Modi and Achyut Kanvinde had already established a base here with their work Kanvinde deeply influenced by the great Walter Gropius had a strong rationalist orientation and an exposure to engineering and construction which would profoundly influence the course of Indian architecture in the five decades after independence This book is primarily a compendium of Kanvinde’s most important works over these five decades The work itself is presented chronologically and their decade-wise grouping subtly brings out the fundamental shifts in Kanvinde’s work over his incredibly prolific career Along with the architectural work which is represented through generously sized drawings (including a marvellous appendix of construction drawings) and photographs this book also contains the great architects’ own words and writings One glimpses a wide array of subjects from his own work to architectural education the role of the building professional and most engagingly anecdotes of his experiences with the many great people he worked with From statesmen like Jawaharlal Nehru the industrious Dr Vikram Sarabhai and Dr Homi Bhabha to the master architects: Gropius Le Corbusier and Frank Lloyd Wright These personal experiences are not only of historical value but make for enthralling reading for anyone interested in history architecture or simply the spirit and energy of the time just after 1947 Kanvinde’s own writings are simple and deal directly with the problems and solutions pertaining to our built environment The tone of his writing as much as their content gives us insight into the man known for his quiet humility unequalled generosity and professional commitment In order to tell us more about the man the editors have interspersed a series of essays into the book written by Kanvinde’s colleagues historians and family members thus creating a background to the work that ranges from the historical to the intimate However though an important aspect of the book this is also perhaps its weakest link The essays are informative but lack a certain tautness of narrative Much more importantly the book re-produces the work done by Kanvinde at the JJ School of Architecture during his student days Comprising both sketches and project work these drawings talk about the predilection and general direction of the country’s architectural education at the time The book looks at that historic moment of May 17 1959 when at the ‘Seminar on Architecture’ at Lalit Kala Academy Kanvinde delivered an address titled ‘Architectural Expression and National Policy’ Kanvinde argued for a functional technology-driven modern architecture embedded in the society of the day The historical implications of this event are not lost on the editors of this book as they reproduce Nehru’s address along with Kanvinde’s own intimate anecdotes about proceedings Modern buildings are rarely ‘pretty’ Made in bare materials and unadorned by softer finishes they’re robust and driven by functional needs Yet in the hands of a great architect like Kanvinde these buildings have a fierce and powerful beauty There is a tactile exploration of material their organisation into evocative structural configurations that allow for a play of light of inside and outside of sun and shadow of movement and gathering This is an architecture of doing a lot with very little: for a country that had very little One simply has to turn to page 148 and look at Kanvinde’s Dudhusagar dairy project for the National Dairy Development Board at Mehsana to recognise that an industrial building can be given a poetry of form Balanced horizontals and verticals the play of raw concrete and white plaster the power of architectural composition squeezed out from a most pragmatic of requirements This book brings out the unparalleled relentlessness with which Kanvinde followed his modernist convictions An almost spiritual orientation which helped the architect find a deep resonance with the historic architecture of the subcontinent Though modern in its appearance his buildings seem to imbibe an age-old understanding of the environment in which he built Throughout his career Kanvinde’s work was in partnership first with Shaukat Rai and then with the addition of Murad Chaudhary This book documents his final decade of practice which was largely a personal one Now he challenges his rationalist approach with projects that have high symbolic content (temples) and require logic other than function He responds to these self-set challenges by returning to his roots — to his JJ School training and to the poetry of Tukaram Kanvinde’s life work is a study of systematic architectural development in search of dissolution and belonging An architect who takes the impulses and influences from a foreign place and brings them home This book is a fitting tribute to the journey of India’s greatest professional modern architect Riyaz Tayyibji is an Ahmedabad based architect For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top News “I am happy and thankful to the audience….” Srivastava added.which would be given to Satija and Singh in damages. “Bored now of silly 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