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” he said. renominated for the Lakhimpur seat in eastern Assam, is the wife of Bharat Chandra Narah who is at present the media adviser to the chief minister For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Jammu | Published: June 17 2016 5:29 pm Policemen detain a protester in Jammu on Wednesday following the violence after the incident at the temple (Source: File/AP) Top News Demanding a thorough probe into the two incidents of temple desecration in Jammu various religious political and social organisations have appealed to the people to maintain calm and help identify the culprits “There is a deep-rooted conspiracy to disturb peace in Jammu region by desecrating the temples The authorities must identify the real culprits and punish them accordingly” former state president of VHP Leela Karan Sharma said He said the two “sacrilegious” incidents within a period of 36 hours cannot be a coincidence as he asked the authorities to expose the greater conspiracy aimed at disturbing peace in Jammu region Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news He said the recent incident of desecration of a temple in Nanak Nagar area allegedly by an inebriated person seems to be part of a well-knit conspiracy “It should be probed who gave drugs to that man and asked him to go and vandalise the temple” Sharma said Various Sikh organisations have also come forward and condemned the recent incidents of desecration of temples in Jammu “Jammu is a city of temples and people of all faiths have been co-existing here for centuries The people who hurt the sentiments of others do not represent any religion “If there is a deep-rooted conspiracy to destabilise peace in the region government must expose them” president of Guru Manyo Granth Society Jasdeep Singh said President of Shiv Sena and Dogra Front Ashok Gupta said that Hindus Muslims and Sikhs have been living peacefully in Jammu and there was a conspiracy to destabilise peace in the region “There are reports that the man who vandalised the temple in Nanak Nagar called somebody and said that he has done is job We want the authorities to find out who that man was who had ordered this man to carry out the sacrilegious act” Gupta said Condemning the two incidents Chairman of the Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party (JKNPP) Harsh Dev Singh has demanded that the government conduct a thorough probe and punish the culprits “We must maintain peace and harmony in the region as there are some forces which are hell-bent to disturb peace here We must unite to foil their nefarious designs but also force the authorities to identify the real culprits and bring them to book” he said Meanwhile the authorities have restored the broadband Internet services in the region whereas the mobile Internet services continue to be suspended for the third consecutive day on Friday “The decision to snap the mobile Internet services was taken to stop rumour mongering in the region and to control any flare-up in the situation in wake of the two incidents of desecration of temples” Deputy Commissioner (DC) JammuSimrandeep Singh said He said the accused on Thursday’s “sacrilegious act” has been booked under the stringent Public Safety Act (PSA) Sources said the man involved in the desecration of temple in Nanak Nagar is a discharged constable of Indian Reserve Police (IRP) who was sacked from the services in 2013 for remaining inebriated even during the office hours “Inquiry has been ordered and we are trying to find out all the angles involved in the incident” the DC said He said the situation in all parts of Jammu was normal and under control “We have restored the broadband services and the decision to revoke the suspension of mobile Internet services would be taken soon” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: October 11, was in tears when turned away by guards after repeated request to exchange her junked notes. along with Gandhian S N Subba Rao, Relief agencies and officials said most hospitals were overflowing and short on medical supplies. Thus, “We may have to do it in stages and we are working to develop a plan.re now old enough to drive and a well-meaning but ineffectual husband,a pair of juvenile delinquents.

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competitive grants from the National Research Agency have partly replaced it but that agency rewards only about 8% of grant applications a “rather absurd” situation Bossis says To finance their demands the supporters of Sciences en Marche want to see France’s generous research tax credit—which allows companies to deduct R&D spending from their taxes—slashed The credit has come under fire for consuming an ever-larger chunk of the public science budget—now 6 billion—and being largely misused “We can very easily set aside 2 billion … to fund public research” Bossis says The collective will present their demands to the French Parliament during a street protest on 17 October that caps the race Similar protests will be held in Spain and Italy around that same time The initiative has received broad support including from CoNRS scientific societies young researchers’ associations and trade unions And it’s only “the most spectacular” of a series of similar initiatives launched over the last 4 months says Alain Trautmann a researcher at the Institut Cochin in Paris and founder of the movement Sauvons la RechercheWritten by Pooja Pillai | Published: October 25 2017 12:12 am Gesture by Tyeb Mehta Related News The story that a work of art tells us frequently goes beyond what is actually depicted A Bhupen Khakhar work called Howard Hodgkin’s House on Hand Painted Cushion painted while the Indian artist was staying as a house guest with his senior colleague is one example The lush foliage depicted in the miniaturised landscape is a reflection of Khakhar’s interest in Nathdwara’s Pichhwai art as well as the paintings of post-impressionist artist Henri Rousseau But the context of the painting itself as well as the conditions in which it came to be made speaks eloquently of a life-changing friendship that Khakhar shared with the British artist “Each helped the other in his own way Hodgkin helped Khakhar open up in his work and by hosting him in his house in Wiltshire and getting him a teaching position at the Bath Academy of Art From the letters they wrote to each other it’s clear they felt personal affection for each other In the letters that Khakhar wrote he talked about the struggles he faced the days that he couldn’t paint at all” says Yamini Mehta international head of Modern and Contemporary South Asian Art at Sotheby’s This 1979 work by Khakhar along with his watercolour portrait of Hodgkin will be one of the highlights of Sotheby’s Modern and Contemporary South Asian Art auction in London today Both these paintings as well as a number of other works in the sale have come onto the market after being tucked away in private collections for many decades Howard Hodgkin’s House on Hand Painted Cushion has been in a private collection in England since it was bought at a London exhibition in 1979 while the portrait had been presented in 1984 by Khakhar to filmmakers Nick and Judy Marie Gifford who had met and befriended the Indian through Hodgkin Another exciting lot is a recently rediscovered set of 20 small watercolours by MV Dhurandhar depicting the everyday life of early 20th century Bombay “A gentleman called Albert Mathews who worked in India between 1926 and 1969 with Biddle Sawyer and Co had been given these as a gift while he was here He probably never put them up because they were found about 50 years later in an envelope which had been kept in a desk drawer He probably forgot that they were there and these were now consigned to us by his grandson” says Mehta Like in most sales of modern and contemporary Aouth Asian art this sale too features a number of works by the Progressives such as MF Husain SH Raza and FN Souza but Mehta believes that the market for Indian art is beginning to broaden and deepen enough to enthusiastically embrace works by other important artists such as Manjit Bawa whose exquisite 1997 untitled work featuring a seated figure with a bull is the cover lot of the sale Mehta believes that there is also a shift towards recognising the value of works by frequently overlooked artists such as the late Prabhakar Barwe whose 1994 work Circular Oneness is in the sale Mehta says “This is a major work by the artist and is beautiful and calming to look at Barwe has until now been an underrated artist and I believe that he is someone who is poised to become the next big thing” For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News “Kashmir is regarded as special in the country… It is like the jewel of the country… But it is represented very little and I do share your sentiment that it has not being completely and accurately described. 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