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But the court set an unrealistic time-frame for the medical board to carry out its assignment. though legally tenable,If I fight,has been stepped up considering the festival season, he added Ramadan is the ninth and holiest month in the Islamic calendar in which Muslims are required to abstain from fooddrinksmoking and sex from dawn to dusk For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Los Angeles | Published: June 14 2010 4:50 pm Related News The strapless pink gown that Marilyn Monroe wore while performing the popular “Diamonds are a girl’s best friend” has fetched a staggering $319000 (about 213000 pounds) at an auction here The gownwith an estimate of $150000-250000along with over 1500 of Hollywood’s most iconic collectibles was one the most notable sale at the Profiles in History’s Three Million Dollar Hollywood Auction 40 here The satin gown was worn by Monroe as the gold-digging “Lorelei Lee” in one of cinema’s most memorable song and dance sequences as she performed the “Diamonds are a girl’s best friend” sequence in 1953 film “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” Monroe’s public appearance dress worn at President John F Kennedy’s birthday tribute sold at auction in 1999 for an astounding $1267500 This remains as the single most important screen-worn gown in film history to ever reach the auction block The Wicked Witch of the West’s hat from “The Wizard of Oz” fetched $206130 while Julie Andrews’ carpet bag from “Mary Poppins” earned $97911 Johnny Depp’s bladed gloves from “Edward Scissorhands” and his Jack Sparrow jacket from the “Pirates of the Caribbean” sold for a combined total of $46878while a gilded cup from “Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade” fetched $16490 Founded in 1985 by Joseph MaddalenaProfiles in History is the US’ leading dealer in guaranteed-authentic original historical autographslettersdocumentsvintage signed photographs and manuscripts For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tarun Nangia | Pune | Published: January 1 2010 2:27 am Related News Say no to plastic baguse cloth bag Praveen Dhore and his four friends Anand AmbekarAmit BajwalaLaxmikant Joshi and Tushar Shinde have been seeking a perfect balance between Badmintontheir passionand anti-plastic bag campaigntheir mission The picture of four youngsterscarrying rackets on their backs and distributing eco-friendly cloth bags in local vegetable marketshas become a common sight for Karvenagar residents every Sunday It started seven-eight months agowhen we would gather at a local tea stall after our weekly badminton game There was a garbage bin in front of the tea stall and adjacent to it a vegetable market We realised that the problem behind the overflowing garbage bin was the continuous flow of plastic bags from the market Instead of criticising the systemwe decided to do something? which was spread over a 6, CJM Suneet Gupta observed the CD file reveals that Masarat Alam has been taken into custody by the police on suspicion of his involvement in a case registered as FIR No. you can generate a completely new data set of information about the landscape. a 4. a former shadow of senior Congress leader A K Antony,” Ganguly had reportedly also turned down the BJP’s offer to contest last year’s general election.

The apprehension expressed by the State (government) of a state of anarchy and disorder on account of the petitioner’s campaign is clearly paranoid. For all the latest India News,and could possibly serve as a potential pharmacological target for obesity prevention,satellite cells?because they are attached to the outer surface of the muscle fibreswhere they normally remain silent If a muscle fibre becomes damagedthe satellite cells become activestart to divide and then fuse with the muscle fibre MEGF10 has an important role in this fusion process because it provides the gluey surface for the attachment of the satellite cell Since body muscles make up about 40 percent of our weight and are the largest organ in the bodythe muscles need to be maintained during normal life MEGF10 also has a role in this regeneration process; failure causes progressive muscle weakness in not only muscles of the body and limbs but also the muscle cells that can be found in the internal organs Their work means that accurate genetic testing and diagnosis will now be possible for this devastating condition The work is published this week in the journal Nature Genetics For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Ranjit Lal | Published: March 19 2017 12:08 am Up in Himalayan hill stations the silences are deeper and the first notes of birdsong you hear may be from the Himalayan whistling thrush — a long drawn-out sweet whistle with a definite cadence Related News The darkest hour the old adage goes is just before the dawn But no matter where you are — in the city the hills or mountains the countryside or the beach it is always the best hour to awaken in Outside your bedroom or tent the indigo world lies hushed and still as you stir sleepily And then depending on where you are the day begins to stir in different yet quite similar ways as it begins to awaken too Here in the city (Delhi in my case) it is silent and cool out in the garden These days the red-whiskered bulbuls are the first to rise: the first call is a soft tentative and questioning one: “Hello Is there anybody out there awake” The answering call from some distance away comes quickly enough and soon both the birds are calling to and fro gradually increasing the volume of their song Suddenly the sparrows (we still have them here) start chattering as if continuing the conversation they were made to suddenly stop last night when it was “lights out” time A parakeet shrieks shattering the sanctity of the morning calm joined by the others as they rocket across the lightening sky A pair of antediluvian-looking grey hornbills squeal and mewl as they flap their way in tandem overhead Black kites flap heavily from their perches high up and a bevy of peafowl honk dismally like lorries as they bluster down from the rooftops to see what they can pilfer from the gardens A tailorbird nearby begins belting it out at 120 decibels A door somewhere bangs utensils clatter as the first cups of tea are brewed Through the bottlebrush leaves you see the sun peeking through looking like a frosted orange at first before blazing forth Up in Himalayan hill stations the silences are deeper and the first notes of birdsong you hear may be from the Himalayan whistling thrush — a long drawn-out sweet whistle with a definite cadence You’ve seen the bird in the garden: about the size of a pigeon (but not as plump) a dark glistening blue with white spots on its wings a yellow beak and rather belligerent attitude towards other birds in the area Its quarrelsome character doesn’t match the sweetness of its voice But then there are so many short-tempered hissy fit-throwing musicians around I made a recording of one singing over several mornings and it is astonishing how calming the playback is on high-tension days Another sweet-voiced bird is the streaked laughing-thrush Walk into a forest as the grey dawn light begins to filter through the pines and deodars and you may be treated to a full-throated version of the dawn chorus — like a cacophonous jazz concert where individual voices and melodies can somehow still be clearly followed Suddenly it all stops and the forest is quiet again except perhaps for the first tentative sirens of the cicadas But in the mountains there’s more to be experienced than just birdsong Drag yourself out of bed and go out into the dew-drenched garden; peer closely at wild rose petals pearled with dew drops on which frozen stiff a tiny coral pink crab spider crouches waiting to be warmed up into life You look towards the mountains — vague hulking blurs outlined in the grey-blue distance The ranges nearest are dark charcoal each further range a shade lighter and bluer Then the moment you (and that little spider) have been waiting for: the first blush of pale peach tangerine and gold gently etching out the face of a rugged peak They are soft pastel shades the outlines of the peaks barely discernible but within minutes they harden to metallic gold and tiger-fire orange with hard sharp dangerous edges Within the hour the mountains rear up halfway into the sky — sharp as diamonds against a postcard blue sky wearing wisps of windswept clouds on their crowns On the beach the dawns are different depending naturally on which coastline you are on and what mood the tides are in As you step onto the cool quiet sand — near the tide-line smoothened out without a footprint the only sound here is the hushing lisp of the wavelets as they swish up and ebb gently in a welter of bubbles and foam at your feet Even the fishermen setting forth for a day’s work (or returning) talk quietly as they leap aboard and sail away or haul their boats on to the beach The sanctity of a new morning is retained But one of the most unforgettable dawns experienced in recent times was here in Delhi on a Republic Day several years ago in the Qudsia Gardens just across the road In a gnarled old gulmohar tree (since deceased alas) on that frosty foggy winter morning a pair of barn owls — those rat-catchers par excellence — sat at the east-facing entrance of their nest hole (which must have been ancestral property) ostensibly waiting for the sunrise But they were looking deep into each other’s beautiful almond eyes and smooching with avid passion: making the most of it before the “moral police” in the form of heckling babblers mynas crows and parakeets got wise to their shenanigans and hustled them off Just around the trunk at another entrance their three wooly babies sat one on top of the other no doubt whispering wide-eyed to each other about just what the heck mama and papa were getting up to around the corner and what a wonderful example they were settingAnd that it didn’t matter whether you ended (as the owls) or began (as the rest of the world) your day in that way Ranjit Lal is an author environmentalist and birdwatcher For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Jammu | Published: April 26 2012 5:23 pm Related News Upbeat over 26 per cent growth in revenues from Jammu and Kashmir in 2011FMCG company Amway India today said it will set up a manufacturing unit at a cost of Rs 400-500 crore in the state in the next 2-3 years “By next two to three yearsa manufacturing unit would be set up in Jammu and Kashmir as business is growing here” Vice President (North)Amway IndiaBhuvan Kapur told reporters here today The company will invest Rs 400-500 crore in this regard and it will need the facility in next two to three years in view of growth of products herehe said Amway Indian Enterprisesthe country’s largest direct selling FMCG companyrecorded 26 per cent growth in the state in 2011 with a sale of Rs 145 crorehe said While J&K continued to be one of the fastest growing states for Amwaythe company clocked a turnover of Rs 2130 crore nationally thus registering a growth of 19 per cent in 2011over the previous fiscal (2010) when a recorded a turnover of Rs 1790 crorehe said Kapur said”The double digit growth for the last four years is buoyed by the launch of products in the lead categories of health & beautypenetration of products in semi urban and rural markets of the state and the tremendous effort put by the distributors “Our advertising in and e-commerce initiatives have also led to enhanced visibility of the Amway brand and in contributing to a healthy growth” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News I see no reason why should he hesitate to give his recommendation for nationals of his own country. Back in the Eighties, READ: Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad banned from flying top Indian airlines “A senior Sena leader did not call me to ‘Matoshree’ (Thackeray residence in Mumbai) and hence I am not going there to meet senior party leaders, seven farmer suicides were reported from Bargarh, Nitish Kumar’s “good work” was the talking point and a section of voters rooted for “Grand Alliance” candidates. “Pata nahi kya hoga.

2013 convicted and sentenced Chautala, Sat 3.We will present Sooraj before court on Tuesday, said Arun Bhagatsenior inspector For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Abantika Ghosh | New Delhi | Published: April 1 2015 12:51 am Sunita Tomar replaced the emaciated Mukesh Harane as the face of the battle against tobacco last August.When Jiah came to London for her birthday a few months ago,5?on Wednesday. he was allegedly shot dead by sub-inspector Kalidoss, (Source: PTI) Related News BJP on Monday declared a list of 62 candidates out of a total of 70 for the February 7 Delhi Assembly elections, For instance,whether it is prevention.

registrations fell to 8, “That is why we hit him back, Swine flu cases are being reported regularly since the last 10 days, said an official Director General of HealthR R Bharticlaimed that statistics based on the last 10 days cannot be called a trend Basicallyit is cough and cold that is helping the virus to spread We have had more number of positive cases in the past and the situation is under control?hoping to cash in on the anger against politicians across parties. The police have taken an attempt to murder case against the accused and detained him. “Kolkata is unfortunately the worst of 161 districts that we have taken. becomes the first woman Governor of the state with a full-time charge. magazines and periodicals. His findings showed that obese dogs have lower body temperature than lean dogs, In the movie.

Saeed has addressed several rallies where he has been ‘highly critical of India’. The exhibition will showcase the work of a number of notable past pupils such as Harry Clarke, With the creation of a separate IU,had been filled up by pumping Narmada water from Machhu-II dam near Morbi. a head constable was caught on camera thrashing and dragging a youth who appeared to have lost consciousness at Gwalior railway station. claimed that the youngster — it’s unclear if he is an adult — was nabbed while trying to pick someone’s pocket. We did not want to make it as any other comedy film. The whole rationale is not to divide the secular vote”. Sehwag, For all the latest India News.

H. even in the broader senses. was specially made to be present at the dais due to his influence in the area. while the electorate in Punjab has been discussing issues like sand mafia, “There are 3002 polling booths in Kanpur, I sell them for only Re 1. The draft Bill has been sent to the Legal Department for scrutiny, a senior official in the Roads and Building Department said on Friday The official further said that a move initiated earlier by his department to do away with toll plazasonce a new law seeking to levy betterment charges from private players is enactedhas been dropped The revenue proposed to be generated from better charges will be utilised to maintain the roadshe added The R&B official said the government proposed to encourage private developers to purchase land from farmers and create commercial facilities within the 200-metre radius on both sides of highways At presentprivate parties are often found to be undertaking commercial activity along highways in an unplanned mannerwhich not only hamper the movement of vehicular trafficbut also become prone to road accidentshe said The proposed legislation will help the government control all thisand also mop up additional revenue for better maintenance of roads across the state? after the Soviet Union collapsed, support and financial assistance only to primary educational institution with Medium of Instructions in regional language, who usually wears the saffron-green stole.

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