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Uttar Pradesh will file complete and comprehensive report in terms of the order.." the bench said Representational image AFP The tribunal also directed the AAP government and Delhi Jal Board to submit an affidavit on the progress of the Phase-I of the Yamuna cleaning project While the Phase-I of Yamuna cleaning project aims to bring down pollution levels in the Najafgarh and Delhi Gate drains Phase-II deals with Shahdara Barapullah and other drains The matter was fixed for hearing on 15 September The green panel had earlier said that pollution in the Yamuna was of serious concern as it was highly contaminated by industrial effluents and sewage It had also asked Haryana and Himachal Pradesh Pollution Control Board to jointly conduct a study of water quality and the flow of Yamuna at the point where it enters Haryana and submit the list of industries located on the catchment area of the river The tribunal had earlier banned open defecation and dumping of waste on the floodplains of the Yamuna and announced an environment compensation of Rs 5000 for those who violated the order It had also constituted a committee headed by the Delhi Jal Board CEO to oversee the execution of work pertaining to the cleaning of the river and asked it to submit reports at regular intervals The green panel had noted that almost 67 per cent of the pollution reaching the Yamuna would be treated by the two sewage treatment plants (STP) located at Delhi Gate and Najafgarh under the first phase of the ‘Maili se Nirmal Yamuna Revitalisation Project 2017’ The NGT was hearing a plea on the monitoring of implementation of the ‘Maili se Nirmal Yamuna Revitalisation Project 2017’ Written by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: October 14 2009 12:20 pm Related News On October 22the electronic voting machines would not only reveal Maharashtra Assembly poll results but also the winner of another interesting contest — between rationalists and astrologers The Maharashtra Andhashraddha Nirmulan Samiti (Maharashtra Superstition Eradication Committee)which labels astrology as a “fraud”has invited astrologers to predict the results of the election and announced a Rs 21 lakh prize for the winnerif any The participating astrologers are required to obtain horoscopes of 10 candidates of their choiceand predict how many votes each would get and the victory margin in each case They would also have to predict party-wise break-up of seats in the new Assembly “Earlierour deadline was October 12but we have decided to extend it up to October 21” informed Samiti leader Dr Narendra Dabhokar “If the prediction is 80 per cent correctit would be enough But the astrologer must also explain the scientific reasoning behind the prediction” Dabhokar said ANS has organised such a contest for the first timethough in the pastit had challenged astrologers to prove their predictions on several occasions “This is not a stunt” Dabholkar said “We want to prove that astrology has no scientific basisespecially since the year is being celebrated as International Year of Astronomyand many people equate astrology with astronomy” “We believe that astrology encourages fatalismso we want to discredit it” he added Till nowANS has received 40 entries from across the state For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pratik Kanjilal | New Delhi | Published: May 25 2014 12:56 am Tilak (left); first page of Arctic Home in the Vedas (right) Related News “History is more or less bunk” Henry Ford famously told a Chicago Tribune reporter “It’s tradition We don’t want tradition We want to live in the present and the only history that is worth a tinker’s damn is the history we made today” Ninety-eight years later this peculiarly American sentiment has resurfaced in India The BJP has been propelled to power by an impatient Indian electorate which is tired of history and wants to live in the present But even before the new government was born while television studios were whiling away the interregnum speculating about who would get to be which panjandrum in the cabinet we English-educated pseudo-secularists raised on an unhealthy diet of Marxian histories were worrying that another attempt to rewrite the past was imminent The fear is not altogether unfounded Under the stewardship of Murli Manohar Joshi who held the HRD portfolio in the last NDA government editing history textbooks had suddenly become as mainstream as Test cricket States where the BJP has run governments — and run them well in other respects — have also seen the phenomenon that Eric Hobsbawm called “the politico-ideological abuse of history” One wonders why they bother It isn’t necessary to rewrite history to arrive at an impossibly simplified account of Indianness You just have to hit the rewind button and you will reach texts that no one reads these days but everyone has opinions about like Bal Gangadhar Tilak’s The Arctic Home in the Vedas It’s very easy to find — the Internet Archive has a four-colour edition published by Messrs Tilak Bros of Gaikwar Wada Poona City in the 1950s Arctic Home was the work of an eternally curious scholar whose interests ranged from astronomy to scripture who sought real-world moorings for a mythological reality But with the benefit of hindsight the book looks quite speculative since remote antiquity in Asia was insufficiently explored in the late 19th century when Tilak was writing Besides Tilak was primarily an activist and newspaperman who ran the Kesari and the Mahratta His interest in myth scripture and early history came second But the work of contemporary professional historians was also limited by the data available at the time Romesh Chunder Dutt was a star — barrister fellow of Calcutta University member of the Asiatic Society of Bengal an economic historian who blamed British rule for the decline of manufacturing and contraction in wages which brought poverty to India As far as I remember he was the first to blame British commercial policies for a slew of famines a phenomenon that has been studied politically and economically by generations of scholars since Dutt’s Ancient India – 2000 BC to 800 AD was published by Longman in London in 1904 a year after the first edition of Arctic Home appeared in Pune The discovery of Mohenjo-daro and the seal dubbed Siva-Pasupati was still two decades away and so there were no putative Dravidians to complicate the story of Aryavarta The book begins with the Vedic Age with a chapter titled “Hindu Settlements on the Indus” and this does not mean Harappa It sings of the victory of light over darkness of Aryans over “dark-skinned aborigines” After that a section of Aryans apparently got disgusted about “animal sacrifices and the use of the fermented Soma wine” struck their tents and led off their cattle to Iran to found the Avestic tradition A footnote clarifies that the common heritage of Indo-European culture is language not blood but otherwise this account from 110 years ago has little in common with our present understanding of ancient India Genetic profiling of the South Asian population denies the possibility of an “Aryan” influx or emigration The distinction between Aryan and Dravidian is biologically insignificant a fact that political parties founded on this faultline are trying to ignore Soma is now identified with Ephedra not alcohol And the ancient settlements on the Indus were clearly not built by Arctic people for the Dancing Girl of Mohenjo-daro looks like she flourished under a subtropical sun not a midnight sun A quick rewind offers so many flavours of history hot off the net that there’s no need to roll your own But then though Narendra Modi did run his campaign from Varanasi the navel of the Hindu universe the BJP’s current priority is not history but economics The electorate the Prime Minister and the party agrees with Henry Ford: history is bunk But you know what Henry Ford is the only American named in Mein Kampf and Hitler told the US press that he had his life-size portrait in his study Perhaps the main function of history is not so much to remind as to surprise even to irritate For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Hyderabad | Published: January 15 2017 7:47 pm Director Bobby and Jr NTR Top News Jr NTR and Bobby are definitely looking for a big hit for their next project Sources have revealed that popular Bollywood cinematographer C K Muraleedharan has been roped in to work for NTR27 Muraleedharan has Bollywood blockbuster including Aamir Khan’s PK 3 Idiots and Hrithik starrer Mohenjo Daro to his credit More from the world of Entertainment: NTR27’s formal launch will take place after Sankranti and its regular shooting will commence immediately The unit is aiming for a release in the second half of 2017 Other details about the film’s cast and crew will be announced soon Earlier Tarak’s brother had also announced that he would be bankrolling the film “I am delighted to produce my brother Tarak’s 27th film on our home banner NTR Arts This big budget project will have the very best technical standards and production values Director Bobby has come up with an excellent story that does justice to both the actor as well as the star in NTR” Kalyan Ram had said Director Bobby is desperately looking to tap on the success of Tarak especially after the former’s debacle with Sardar Gabbar Singh which was poorly received at the Tollywood box office Meanwhile NTR is on a roll after scoring back to back hits with Temper Nannaku Prematho and Janatha Garage He will once again be seen in a totally new look in this big budget production It has been three months since Tarak’s last blockbuster Janatha Garage released and he has been looking for a good script to lock his dates Finally he was impressed with Bobby’s script and hence gave him a nod Also in the race was Ala Modalaindi fame director Anil Ravipudi who was vying with Bobby for his script Ravipudi is also said to have narrated his story idea to Tarak For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Ashutosh Bhardwaj | Updated: June 18 2017 10:53 am Among the most respected Indian writers Krishna Sobti began with poetry before switching to fiction (Illustration: Subrata Dhar) Related News My last interview” she repeats Her left wrist is pierced with needles and connected by a tube to a bottle of fluids hanging over the bed Four months ago she turned 92 perhaps the oldest novelist alive in India Age has done little to dull her creative energies and keep her away from her writerly commitments Until this stay in hospital she read three newspapers in the morning attended protest seminars held by writers and had almost daily visitors at her home Recently her autobiographical novel Gujarat Pakistan se Gujarat Hindustan was released Yet she is aware of the inevitable and is now “settling pending things” fast She has just handed over reams of her manuscripts to the archives of a university Her husband Shivnath also a writer and Sahitya Akademi award-winner passed away a few years ago (both were born on February 18 1925) Since then she has lived alone in an east Delhi apartment It’s her fifth day in hospital She is in bed wearing a blue gown Her attendant adjusts the bed and elevates it by forty-five degrees Her face is lined with snow-white wrinkles her eyes twinkle through her spectacles and she begins: “Where were we last time” Among the most respected Indian writers Krishna Sobti began with poetry before switching to fiction Mitro Marjani Ae Ladki Zindaginama (the epic novel got her a Sahitya Akademi award) are considered classics of Hindi literature The Hindi critic Madan Soni terms her a “masculine” writer Her writings often created an uproar for being “obscene” She even fought a long copyright case with another giant of Indian literature Amrita Pritam a case that saw the likes of poet Ashok Vajpeyi and author Khushwant Singh appearing in court to elaborate upon the word zindaginama “I don’t believe in ‘women’s literature’ Theorists might analyse texts in this narrow way but to me great texts combine both masculine and feminine elements ” (Source: Express Archive) This conversation was held over several visits to her home and finally the hospital — during the breaks when she was not under the spell of sleeping pills Her memory is still sharp Sobti vividly recalls the horses she rode in her childhood in Gujarat a small hilly town (now in Pakistan) along the banks of the Chenab adjoining Kashmir She remembers her friends the books she read in her twenties The impending end looms over her words as she insists that this interview’s transcript be read out to her “I am troubling you but I don’t want any mistake in my last interview” she says with a laugh unmindful of the nurse who has arrived to check her daily medicine chart Excerpts from the interview: You are in your tenth decade What are your earliest memories It’s wonderful to be alive to go through this significant historical phase of this great country I have been a witness to four generations I have seen thousands of sunsets (but fewer sunrises as I am a late riser) the many colours of springs and autumns all over this beautiful country and drenched myself in countless monsoons At the time of birth my linguistic and literary accounts were opened at three different places — my birthplace Gujarat (Pakistan) Shimla and Delhi My father was a senior civil servant We alternated between Shimla (then the summer capital) and Delhi before I went to Lahore for college Delhi was a village in comparison to Lahore Teji Bachchan famous for her performances in Shakespeare’s plays taught English at Lahore’s Fateh Chand College The different styles of living and language brought their own limitations and luxuries and informed and illuminated my writing I studied in Shimla’s Lady Irwin School Nirmal (the Hindi writer Nirmal Verma) was in Harcourt Butler School He was a year junior to my brother Jagdish but we barely met It was the culture of the British capital which made even Indians very formal The city was also divided Lower Bazaar had an Indian feel to it the Upper Bazaar on the Mall had a British stamp Both Brahmo Samaj and Arya Samaj were active in Shimla The former had highly educated individuals who had the guts to look Britishers in the eye Hindi was introduced in Shimla by Arya Samaj Krishna Sobti with the late Argentine poet Roberto Juarroz during a poetry festival in Bhopal in 1989 (Source: Vijay Rohatgi) In the 1930s a Hindi Sahitya Sammelan took place in Shimla The procession of writers passed through Lower Bazar Road and not the Mall When they were walking on the Mall we showered flowers on them Suryakant Tripathi Nirala was among the writers in the procession He looked very impressive as if he was somebody Several Hindi writers of your generation were well-versed in English Why did you choose Hindi as your creative language Many Indian epics written both by Hindus and Muslims are in Hindi Malik Muhammad Jayasi Tulsidas Surdas and Kabir wrote in this language Hindi has a unique dhwani sansar (auditory world) drawn from various dialects Every word has a distinct sound The words that have come from Punjabi have a roughness but Rajasthani words carry a unique brevity and rhythm My creative world carries the memory of various Hindi dialects Urdu and Sanskrit When I was writing my first novel (Hindi writer) Amrit Lal Nagar told me that this Punjabi-mixed Hindi would not work I told him to wait for 10 years When we began writing in Hindi it was sneered upon considered a vegetarian language Nirmal and Phaneeshwar Nath Renu transformed it Once I was in Sweden with (UR) Ananthamurthy for a seminar Someone asked me about my English translations I ensure that the silences of my original text remain audible in English I replied What was the scene in the country after Independence The Partition was a terrible event It was difficult to bear the tragedy and the enormous hatred it brought but we lived through it It confirms the vitality of this nation that it resurrected itself soon But the war the present government is fighting against its own citizens now can destroy India Independence gave us confidence I vividly remember the procession down the Raisina Hills on the first Republic Day Its grandeur was enhanced by the beautiful architectural design of the Lutyens Zone That generation had a very strong sense of a nation For at least two generations after Independence writers were very well read in world literature We wanted to be the conscience of this nation Hindi’s creative space increased manifold after Independence Krishna Sobti with Nirmal Verma (in the middle) (Source: Vijay Rohatgi) You have created some of the most assertive women characters in Indian literature Yet you resist being called a ‘woman writer’ So what do you mean by the writer as a woman My mother Durga was an extremely strong woman and an excellent horse rider She was given the most ferocious horses which she tamed easily And yet among the few books she brought with her after marriage included Suhag Raat and Ramni Rahasya (books for women on how to be a consummate lover) Indian texts have a wonderful concept of ardhanarishwara a being that comprises both man and woman It is manifested in my art Attempting to experiment with this bisexual form I wrote under a pen-name Hashmat a male name I was surprised that besides the texture of my writing even my handwriting changed when I wrote as Hashmat The contours of the words that appeared on blank paper were not the same as when they were written by Krishna Sobti That’s the complexity of art the joy of being a writer You become a witness to your own self as it is revealed to you I don’t believe in ‘women’s literature’ Theorists might analyse texts in this narrow way but to me great texts combine both masculine and feminine elements A novel about women does not become less authentic merely because it was written by a man Recently at a book fair someone asked me what it means to be a woman I replied that I get the same rights from the Constitution as a man does When Mitro (the protagonist of the novel Mitro Marjani) uncovers her breasts and stares at herself for long full of desire her gaze combines both the male and the female attributes To what extent are these women characters autobiographical It’s difficult to say It’s a very complex process The complexion of writing contains both the internal and external self of the writer Multiple tensions operate on a text You cannot draw a line where your self seeps into fiction Love sex and death are the defining emotions of this planet I have always tried to preserve space for them What is writing to you Writing is a conversation with your self that takes place in language You capture the sound of your soul and also the outside noises I prepare three drafts As you write the first sentence you share half of your authority with the text I don’t begin with a specific frame All I have are a few images ideas and an eagerness to witness them on paper Writing makes you humble aware of your limitations Writing is an intellectual pursuit but it’s also creative labour and a social and political statement When you write fiction you handle other characters and you also become one There are many books very well crafted but they do not have insights because the writer couldn’t transcend herself Krishna Sobti with the late Urdu poet Fazal Tabish (Source: Vijay Rohatgi) I have very few friends I am never bored of my company I write at night — the mysterious silence of darkness illuminated by my solitary table lamp… and I suddenly find words revealing themselves to me in new ragas rhythms beats and meanings Sometimes I wish I had learnt painting You refused the Padma Bhushan during the UPA government and recently you returned the Sahitya Akademi fellowship protesting rising intolerance in society What is your politics as a writer How do you find the present cultural scene It’s frightening The assaults on creative freedom and the disregard for writers are unprecedented Perhaps writers are also to be blamed For long they wanted to be seen with the establishment For many years after Independence both the citizens and the establishment were aware of their rights and responsibilities There was mutual respect which is now disappearing It’s important for a writer to maintain her independence But the present government is leading the country to a new Partition They have opened up wounds that were long healed or were gradually getting healed This nation is an epic text composed by multiple retellings It has memories of thousands of years This government is trying to impose its monolithic narrative on us You cannot even argue with them as they have no understanding of our culture Once I went to Tunisia (a Muslim-dominated country in Africa) A Tunisian girl said that she wanted to offer me a dessert — and she ordered halwa What we consider a Hindi word actually has an Islamic origin That’s the linguistic culture of our nation It’s our duty as writers to contest their claim on our history There is a history that lies in archives but there is a bigger narrative that vibrates in the soul of this nation That narrative has to be saved Four Writers and a Friendship Three writers who frequently figured in our conversation are Krishna Baldev Vaid Nirmal Verma and Swadesh Deepak Verma died in 2005 Having attempted suicide on a couple of occasions Deepak “disappeared” over a decade ago There is no official confirmation of his death “He is not on this planet” Sobti says recalling that “he always carried an alcohol bottle with him” Vaid who turns 90 in July lives with his daughters in Texas Verma and Sobti studied in Shimla in their childhood Their debates over their works sometimes bitter often come up in her conversation Once over a drink he called her writing a “myth” and she in turn reminded him of “those 20 sentences” he had “picked up from Czechoslovakian novels” Yet she quickly adds: “His presence had an altogether different meaning … it was an immensely creative presence” “Jaldi chala gaya (He left too early)” she says a rare occasion when her eyes moisten “I was thinking of him just yesterday” Like her Vaid also studied in a Lahore college before Independence Sobti’s husband Shivnath was a year senior to Vaid in the same college She though would meet Shivnath only decades later Her files contain several letters KB (that’s what she calls Krishna Baldev Vaid) wrote to her Some letters are from the US where he completed his PhD on Henry James from Harvard University and later taught at several universities Both also have a joint work to their credit — Vaid Sobti Samvad a book comprising their long conversation over various issues There is little chance that Vaid will return to India But she is somehow convinced that he will “Ek baar KB se bheint zaroor hogi (We will certainly meet at least once)” Her Major Works Mitro Marjani (1966): A woman married in a joint family of three brothers asserts her sexuality and unabashedly scolds her husband for not fulfilling her sexual desires She mouths expletives and is often seen taking a stand on family issues concerning justice and morality At first publishers rejected the novella Once it was released the work stunned the Hindi world Zindaginama (1979): Her most ambitious work widely considered an epic novel It won the Sahitya Akademi award making her the first woman Hindi writer to get this honour It is the story of a rural village in Punjab A rambling narrative spanning across decades it incorporates several dialects of Hindi which makes it a unique literary text Sobti wrote the first draft in her 20s and even sent it for publication but withdrew its copies having found that the publisher had changed several words She kept the manuscript with herself before its revised version was eventually published nearly three decades later Ae Ladki (1991): A poignant conversation between a dying old woman and her daughter In this novella they talk about life death and the place of marriage and love in a woman’s life Hum Hashmat: Writing under a male pseudonym she sketched vivid profiles of her contemporary writers in three volumes written over 15 years The texture of this work — the first volume was in 1977 — is remarkably different from her other works For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: April 18 2012 2:59 am Related News Petrol dealers will observe a one-day token strike starting Sunday midnight and wait for a week before proceeding with their indefinite strike from April 29 to press for their demands The Pune Petrol Dealers Association said that the decision to observe a token strike had come at a meeting of the Federation of All India Petroleum Tradersthe apex body of petrol dealerson Mondayin which dealers across the country participated The main demand of dealers is a higher commission for petrol and dieseland other recommendations of the Apurva Chandra Committee After serious deliberationsthe managing committee passed a resolution that petrol pumps throughout the country will observe a closure in protest from the midnight of April 22-23 for a day The closure will start form midnight to minimise inconvenience to the public? Ashok Badhwarpresident of the Federation of All India Petroleum Traderssaid in a press statement They said if the Ministry does not address their grievances even after the token strikepetrol pumps will go on an indefinite closure from the midnight of April 29 Petrol dealers said they were getting a lower commission than what was recommended by the government-appointed Apurva Chandra Committee that stated it should be Rs 185 per litre for petrol and Rs 108 per litre for diesel The members said that at presentthey get to make Rs 146 from a litre of petrol and 89 paise from a litre of diesel Petrol dealers also said that they were opposed to the government allowing new pumps to open indiscriminatelywithout going into profitability of existing petrol pumpsparticularly in their vicinity and said the government had not paid heed to this demand as well For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Published: March 5 2014 1:01 am Manoj Sharma outside the Supreme Court on Tuesday (Ravi Kanojia) Related News Manoj Sharma a 47-year-old advocate hailing from Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh was arrested for allegedly throwing ink at Sahara chief Subrata Roy when he was brought to the Supreme Court on Tuesday afternoon The incident was reported around 2 pm at the entrance to the court Sharma hails from Guddi Gudda village in Lashkar Gwalior Sharma told police that he came to know that Roy would be produced before the court on Tuesday afternoon He arrived in the capital by Dakshin Express on Monday and spent the night at the railway station before reaching the Supreme Court in the morning He came with a bottle of ink and waited for Roy to get off the police vehicle in which he arrived from Noida Roy was reportedly put up at a hotel in Okhla on Monday As soon as Roy stepped out Sharma who was already inside the court premises threw the ink at Roy shouting “Sahara chor hai” He was immediately caught Those present on the premises beat him up and tore his clothes before handing him over to police Sharma was taken to the Tilak Marg police station Sources said police officers and Sahara employees had already positioned themselves in and around the court complex before Roy’s arrival Security personnel had temporarily closed one of the two entry gates around 1 pm However Sharma being an advocate had entered the complex DCP (New Delhi) SBS Tyagi said “Sharma has been arrested under preventive sections of the law under sections 107/151 CrPC” In 2011 Sharma police said had thrown a slipper at Congress MP Suresh Kalmadi According to police Sharma had in 2006 made a fake death certificate of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee to show how corruption was rampant and how easy it was to make such fake certificates Between 2006 and 2007 Sharma who has a wife and three children was the joint secretary of the Gwalior Bar Association Sharma also has a case of attempt to murder against him for allegedly assaulting an SDM in Gwalior For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pallavi Pundir | Published: April 15 2013 2:49 am Related News In a sleepy village in Goa lives an artist whose oeuvre spans three countries IndiaPortugal and Africa NowVamona Navelcars life and art have been documented in a biography Theres something romantic about obscurity In case of Vamona Ananta Sinai Navelcarone is also intrigued by how little is known about an artist whose works have left an imprint on the histories of two foreign countries Africa and Portugal Though he has been living in India for the past three decadesNavelcars is a sweeping tale in the early 50she was appointed by the Portuguese government to study art in Portugal; a few years laterhe was made a professor in the then Portuguese colony of Mozambique Herehe was arrested for his controversial works during Mozambican War of Independence The 82-year-old lives in the sleepy village of Pomburpa in Goa and art is the reason he gets out of bed every day Navelcar has created more than a thousand worksshowed at numerous exhibitions in LondonLisbonMacao and Goaand found mention in the Dictionary of 20th Century Portuguese Artists as well as Encyclopedia dos Artistas de Portugal Now finallya biography has attempted to capture his life and the worlds he inhabited The book was launched in Goas Gallery Gitanjali on April 12and coincides with a retrospective of 31 works by the artist Titled Vamona Navelcar : An Artist of Three Continents (Rs 900Reality PLC Punesupported by Village Sanctuary Arts)the biography is by Anne Ketteringhama retired aeronautical engineer and photographer With the zeal of an art ignoramuswho wants to know moreKetteringham delves into the life of the feisty artistwho was constantly in trouble with the Portuguese authorities What I did not want was for the book to become was a catalogue of Vamonas work I wished to produce the book while he is still with us? ? 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