This propelled my aggregate to 89. claimed that this move will give impetus to creation of affordable housing in the city.
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But that is not the only distinction that the station will have to its name.two will be from the subways, a DMRC official said A 200-m-long tunnelbuilt by cut and cover methodand a 160-m-long underground ramp will be constructed along the stationtowards Moti Bagh This will connect the underground portion of the station with the elevated part The station will be on Mukundpur to Shiv Vihar corridor of the Metro The areaat presenthas no Metro connectivity The Bhikaji Cama Place station will provide Metro connectivity to Netaji NagarRK PuramSafdarjung EnclaveNauroji Nagaramong others DMRC expects an average daily ridership of around 40000 commuters The Mukundpur to Shiv Vihar corridor will be operational by 2016 For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: August 1 2013 2:49 am Related News Security has been beefed up across the city as intelligence alerts suggested that Pune is still on terror radar Police forces have been deployed at strategic locations to prevent any untoward incident from happeningsources said The police said the suspects arrested in the J M Road blasts case had revealed plans to attack Dilkhushnagar in Hyderabad and Bodh Gaya temple in Bihar Both the places were struck by terror attacks For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: October 1 2013 3:10 am Related News A speeding truck collided head-on with a car on the Pune-Solapur highway near the National Grapes Research Centrecausing the death of two persons in the early hours of Monday The accident left two others injured The deceased are Govind Sheshrao Gholve (20) of Beed and Vyanket Adabla (27) of Hyderabad Injured Sarathi Parimal Singh (27) and Mamta Kshetri (23) of Darjeeling have been admitted to hospital A case was registered with the Loni Kalbhor police station Assistant police inspector Savita Dhamdhere lodged the first information report Police have arrested the truck driverAbdul Shaikh (28) of Laturon charges of negligent driving Police said Shaikh was driving the truck towards Pune The car was going towards Solapur Shaikh allegedly lost control and the truck hit the car around 1 am The impact was so severe that the car came under the truck A fire brigade team and a crane were pressed into action to take the victims out of the car While two persons had died on the spotthe injured were admitted to a local hospital For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: June 9 2012 5:43 am Related News West Bengal Chief Minister has not been critical of the UPA government in public in the last few days in connection with her persistent demand for a moratorium on interest payment and Bengals debt restructuringbut her MPs on Friday hurled a veiled warning to the Centre saying her silence carries a significant message. There are some manufacturing units in India but initially we will be using imported geo pipes, he said For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: October 9 2012 12:29 am Related News Zee TV is celebrating two milestones its 20th anniversary and 18 years of its longest-running music reality show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa To celebratethe channel has planned a series of entertainment evenings across India called Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Live These shows will feature several popular singers of Sa Re Ga Ma Pa and dancing sensations from its dance reality show Dance India Dance The concerts will be held in PuneDelhiMumbaiAhmedabadRajkotDehradunBhopalAurangabadKanpur and Lucknow this month For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sandeep A Ashar | Mumbai | Published: April 12 2014 1:08 am Related News While the Congress has been targeting the BJP for its overtures towards the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) in Maharashtra it has now come to light that the Congress too might have attempted to seal a secret pact with the Samajwadi Party in the state Sources confirmed that the Congress had been in talks with the SP for not fielding candidates in the Lok Sabha polls The latter had even offered to withdraw from the race for all the six Lok Sabha seats in Mumbai In return the SP had sought an assurance from the Congress that it would not field candidates from the minority community in seven Assembly seats it was planning to contest in the Vidhan Sabha elections to be held later in the year Besides this the party also wanted the Congress to ensure nomination of a SP member to the state’s Legislative Council The Congress considered the offer actively before deciding to let it pass Sources confirmed that a meeting between state SP chief Abu Azmi and Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan also took place at the latter’s residence on April 2 to discuss the matter Sources said that besides Chavan state’s Parliamentary Affairs Minister Harshvardhan Patil state Congress chief Manikrao Thakre and legislator Kripashankar Singh had also negotiated with the SP After the Congress leaders who had sought time to respond did not give a concrete reply till April 5 which was the last day of filing nominations for the six Mumbai seats the SP decided to go ahead and field candidates on three seats – Mumbai North Central (Azmi’s son Farhan) Mumbai South Central (senior party leader Kasinath Pasi) and Mumbai North (former corporator Kamlesh Yadav) While Azmi declined to comment on the matter Thakre confirmed that “the SP had indeed made an offer but it could not materialise” Sources said that the Assembly seats where SP wanted the Congress not to field candidates from the minority community included Malegaon Dhule Partur Bandra (East) Mankhurd-Shivajinanagar and two assembly seats in Bhiwandi The SP has now fielded candidates for 23 out of the 48 LS seats in the state The Congress is particularly wary of its impact in the three LS seats in Mumbai and has now accused the SP of dividing secular votes Sources also confirmed that the SP had alternatively even offered withdrawal of Farhan’s candidature from Mumbai North Central seat should the Congress field a minority face but the Congress chose to retain sitting MP Priya Dutt’s candidature While refusing to confirm or deny this development Abu Azmi claimed that the race in Mumbai North Central was between his son and BJP’s Poonam Mahajan “There is a huge anti-incumbency against Dutt in the constituency” he said refuting claims that Farhan’s candidature was only meant to spoil the Congress’s chances “The constituency has the highest concentration of minorities in Mumbai I was keen to contest the seat earlier too But former SP leader Amar Singh convinced me against it then We have now fielded Farhan as a winning candidate” Azmi said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 10 2013 5:24 am Related News Hosts Vivek High School Mohali recorded an easy 42-27 triumph over Manav Mangal Smart School Mohaliduring the U-14 Boys category to move ahead in the Bhagwant Singh Memorial inter-school basketball championship organised by Vivek High School Mohalion Wednesday For the hostsJaskarn Singh Brar (15)Jashan Singh Bahra (10) Balraj and Chris (8 each) were the main scorers In other matchesDoon International School outclassed St Soldier School by a margin of 27-2 points Anhadpreet Singh emerged as the highest scorer for the winning team as he netted 13 points MeanwhileYPS Mohali pipped St Stephens School by 46-27 to emerge as winners For YPS MohaliJaskaran netted the maximum 21 points In the U-17 sectionSt Soldiers School beat Manav Mangal Smart School by a margin of 19-13 to move ahead in the tournament In the second matchThe Millennium School Mohali registered an easy 28-7 win over The British School For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Updated: January 13 2014 11:15 pm Reclining lady c 1870 Related News An undated early 19thcentury black-and-white portrait captures a woman in a sari lounging on a chair Though there is nothing unusual a closer look reveals a striking contrast of Victorian furniture and painted ornate pillars in the studio backdrop Another image taken in the early half of the 20th century shows a village woman carrying a vessel on her head and in the background is a palatial staircase These images are part of an exhibition at Moon River organised by Tasveer Arts titled “Subjects and Spaces Women in Indian Photography” There are over 60 images from the personal archives of the Tasveer Foundation that comprises a collection of postcards lobby cards studio portraits films stills cabinet cards and outdoor shoots The exhibition has been divided into four parts: domestic outdoor group or family portraits and performative space Rather than a chronological representation of women the display reflects the socio-economic progress of women through the centuries The images are a rich catalogue of photographic work emerging from the 19th and 20th century in India It is through these photos that we see how the representation of women (as seen from the male gaze) changed from the colonial era to Independence from exoticised anthropological studies to ‘liberalised’ and glamorous film stars What makes this exhibition unique is the shift in focus from photos of that era that comprised mostly portraits of men and architectural sites “This bias interested us and so we began to pull out photographs with women to see what kind of narratives and themes emerge” says Nathaniel Gaskell Tasveer’s creative director The studios made it possible to romanticise everyday routines with Grecian urns and Victorian columns The image of the woman carrying the vessel is symbolic of the juxtaposition between the subject and the backdrop which was possible due to studio photography Another image of a woman from South India clad in a sari shows her with her back towards the camera It was possibly captured for an ethnographic study as it shows her silver jewellery and the South-striped silk blouse A ’40s portrait of Sarojini Naidu shows the politician seated on a chair in a lawn looking away from the camera In all the photos the women respond to the physical spaces that they occupy such as the studio the outdoor and the group photo which defines their identity confining it or leaving it to the interpretation of the viewers The other was the performance space which emerged in the latter half of the 20th century The earliest references are illustrated through the nautch girls An undated postcard titled Nautch Wali taken in a makeshift studio in Calcutta shows a girl standing with her skirt fanned up flanked by two musicians (on the tabla and the sarangi) on either side The postcards lobby cards and portraits of artistes from Bollywood from the latter half of the 20th century add a touch of glamour and familiarity to the exhibition An undated Nargis portrait shows her holding a cigarette seldom seen since female actors from that period were never depicted as smokers The exhibition comes full circle from showing women in a domestic setting without expression to glamorous actors who guard their independence fiercely The works are on display at Moon River D 16 Defence Colony till February 5 Contact: 41617103 For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsGoa chief minister Manohar Parrikar on Wednesday said people forgot football and started playing cricket File photo of Goa chief minister Manohar Parrikar PTI "Goa has a passion for football What is the reason that possibly we did not reach that level of performance, which is gathering in Lima to award the 2024 and 2028 Olympics to Paris and Los Angeles respectively on Wednesday, This is the second film to 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This propelled my aggregate to 89. claimed that this move will give impetus to creation of affordable housing in the city.