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For all the latest Technology News,Indian heritage?goes to the heart of the debate over the version of gender relations represented by Karva Chauth Anecdotal evidence points to a new version of the festival where as in Dilwale Dulhania the husband also fasts Thishoweveris far from common and the fasting woman remains the norm The idea of the fasting husband does notin any casehave a necessary link to gender equality: fasting husbands are unlikely to take over cooking or child-rearing duties The symbolism of the fasting husband is that of a generous and caring man Howeverit is a symbolism that is largely based upon an unequal domestic gender order In folk talesthe king who becomes a beggar for a day is not advocating the abolition of the system of monarchy itself But what about those women who might both believe in as well as be able to achieve gender equality in their personal livesbut also choose to take part in Karva Chauth This is not an atypical situation There areonce againno easy answers to this conundrum It doeshoweversuggest that consumerist modernitywith its emphasis on choiceencourages us to construct identities from a wide menu of seemingly contradictory contexts It also points to the ironic fact that the rise of the local and the traditional is fundamentally linked to the consolidation of the global in our lives This is our Karva Chauth modernity The writer is a professor of sociology at Delhi University For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News? drawing attention to the difficulties they have faced. clarification on “whether the service provider had informed TRAI that the offer B (Happy New Year offer) is distinct from offer A (Welcome Offer)…and filed with TRAI as per provisions”. TRAI had said that its examination had revealed that Happy New Year Offer launched by Reliance Jio on December 4,given the condition of the BJP. resulting in loss of productivity. And we have Munde talking of water quota.” the left-arm spin wizard said.
The outlook for the world economy is now once again gloomy. “It worked very well today, Shanbag talks about the old and new productions, watch their?” In another tweet,UT Administration, As a counter, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: October 10, There are children with behavioural and learning disabilities in my class and my first year was very difficult. Nobody was allowed to enter or exit the premises except by permission from Jaswanti.
he got employed by India Post’s Gujarat Circle, when the elections took place, Okuhara was at nowhere near her best, as he avenged his semi-final defeat at the hands of five-time former world champion and two-time Olympic gold medalist Lin Dan at the recent Glasgow World Championships, Polyester 84 is a political story of the mill workers of Mumbai, a play he recently staged at FTII. Art should never stop, she said in an event preceding the unveiling of the artwork For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: August 23 2012 2:13 am Related News A special court on Wednesday sentenced a former PCMC corporator and a heath officer to three years rigorous imprisonment in a corruption case In May 2008the state Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB)Punehad arrested the then PCMC corporator Akhtar Hussain Talukdar Choudhary (50) and chief health officer Jagdish Namdev Gaikwad (45) for demanding a bribe of Rs 20000 from a contractorPrahlad Rambhau Kamble According to a press release by ACBKamble got the contract for cleanliness in ward number 36 of PCMC in 2008 He sent an application to PCMC seeking payment for the work in March 2008after which he contacted corporator Akhtar and Gaikwad to get their recommendations on his application Howeverthe duo demanded Rs 20000 from Kamble for giving their recommendations Kamble then filed a complaint against them at the ACBPune office on May 52008 ACB sleuths laid a trap and nabbed them while accepting bribe of Rs 20000 from Kamble on May 82008 After investigationthe ACB sought permission from PCMC for filing chargesheet against the suspectsbut the PCMC denied permission The ACB hence forwarded the case to the state government The case was then sent by the government to the then divisional commissioner Dilip Bandwho gave the permission for filing the chargesheet The ACB then filed the chargesheet against the two suspects at the special court in Pune On Wednesdayspecial judge V P Utpat passed an order giving three years rigorous imprisonment along with fine of Rs 10000 to the two Public prosecutoradvocate Prataprao Jadhav argued on behalf of ACB Investigation team comprised then ACB police inspectors Sanjay Bhamre and Prakash Shinde Havaldar Dattatraya JoshiDayanand Liman and Naik Kiran Kadam also played pivotal roles in investigations For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: April 15 2016 5:32 am Related News Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) officers probing the sensational murder of noted anti-superstition activist Dr Narendra Dabholkar in Pune questioned Sameer Gaikwad a Sanatan Sanstha worker arrested last year by the state police for his alleged links with the murder of veteran Communist leader Govind Pansare in Kolhapur Two unidentified motorcycle-borne youths had shot Dabholkar dead on August 20 2013 while he was on a morning walk around 715 am on the Omkareshwar bridge near Balgandharva auditorium in Pune Share This Article Related Article In a similar manner two unidentified persons had opened fire on Pansare and his wife Uma while the couple was returning home from their morning walk on February 16 2015 Pansare had died while undergoing treatment at the hospital on February 20 Uma who had also received a bullet injury later suffered paralysis Also noted scholar MM Kalburgi was gunned down by unidentified men at his residence in Dharwad Karnataka on August 30 2015 Gaikwad the only person arrested so far in the Pansare murder case was arrested on December 14 2015 On January 20 2014 the Pune police had arrested alleged arms dealer Manish Nagori alias Manya (24) and Vilas Khandelwal (22) in the Dabholkar case The arrest was based on a ballistic report of firearms seized from the duo after they were arrested by Mumbra Police in an extortion case on August 20 2013 the day when Dabholkar was murdered in Pune The report suggested that one of the firearms (seized from Khandelwal) matched with the “markings” on a cartridge seized from crime scene The CBI has not made any arrests in this case yet Also no arrests have been made in the Kalburgi murder case As striking similarities were observed in all the three murders the investigation teams probing the cases are known to be working in co-ordination with each other Even the courts have asked the probe teams in the three cases to work with proper co-ordination Apparently the CBI team probing the Dabholkar murder case questioned Gaikwad in a Kolhapur jail on Wednesday Sources said this is part of the ongoing investigation “Gaikwad was questioned based on some specific things that emerged during the investigation Nothing more can be shared at this point of time” sources said The CBI is already probing Sanatan Sanstha’s involvement in the murder case In February the CBI got permission from a magistrate court in Pune to conduct polygraph test of two Sanatan Sanstha workers Hemant Shinde and Nilesh Shinde As per the application filed by the CBI before the magistrate court it is looking into the role of Hemant a resident of Shivaji Nagar and Nilesh a resident of Mangalwar Peth “Both were found deceptive in their Forensic Psychology Assessment and Forensic Statement Analysis” it is stated in the application The CBI now wants to conduct a polygraph test on the duo The CBI told the court that the duo has shown their consent for the test to be conducted at CFSL unit in Belapur Navi Mumbai The CBI is yet to conduct this polygraph test Sanatan Sanstha however claimed that the CBI is falsely implicating Hemant Shinde Nilesh Shinde Niraj Yengul Mahendra Sahasrabuddhe Yeshwant Sahasrabuddhe Gajanan Keskar Krishna Kumbhar in murder case of Dr Dabholkar For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: February 11 2016 11:15 am “I think part of the problem in our relationship was that we were a lot of other things but I don’t know if we were ever friends – like peers because I was young and he was Richard Gere (Source: Reuters Photo) Related News Supermodel Cindy Crawford says her ex-husband Richard Gere is “like a stranger” to her Crawford 49 said they are at good terms with each other but do not meet reported People magazine “I didn’t think I was young though but I was young I was with Richard for like six years but I was only married for two years We’re friendly but I think it’s almost like he’s gone back to being like ‘Richard Gere’ again like a stranger because we don’t really see each other that much” she said Crawford was 26 when she tied the knot with the then 42-year-old Gere in 1991 The couple officially parted ways four years later in 1995 “I think part of the problem in our relationship was that we were a lot of other things but I don’t know if we were ever friends – like peers because I was young and he was Richard Gere “And then as I started kind of growing up and growing into myself – it’s hard to change the nature of a relationship once you’re already in it” she said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsColombo: India were eyeing their first series win on Sri Lankan soil in 22 years by reducing the hosts to a shaky 67 for 3 after setting a daunting victory target of 386 in the third and final Test Resuming at the precarious overnight score of 21 for 3 India did well to score 274 in their second innings and then leave the islanders miserably placed on an eventful penultimate day India now need to take the remaining seven wickets on a fifth day track to record a historic Test series win India had last won a Test series in Sri Lanka under Mohammed Azharuddin’s captaincy with a 1-0 verdict in 1993 Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli were involved in a crucial stand in the first session on Day 4 AP It was yet another absorbing day of Test cricket as India began the day by consolidating their position to score 274 in the second innings with useful contributions from R Ashwin (58) Rohit Sharma (50) Stuart Binny (49) Amit Mishra (39) and Naman Ojha (35) For Sri Lanka Dhammika Prasad (4/69) and Nuwan Pradeep (4/62) were the main wicket takers The good work by the lower order batsmen was carried on by the seam bowlers who dismissed Upul Tharanga (0) Dimuth Karunaratne (0) and Dinesh Chandimal (18) in quick succession to give the team firm control of the match Kaushal Silva (24) and captain Angelo Mathews (22) were at the crease when the stumps were drawn on a day which saw as many as 10 wickets fall and some heated exchange of words between the rival players Sri Lanka still trail by 319 runs with seven wickets in hand Sri Lanka’s highest ever successful run chase on home soil in the fourth innings has been 352 against South Africa in Colombo in 2006 Recently Pakistan had scored 382 for three against Sri Lanka to win a Test match Set a daunting victory target Sri Lankan innings began on a disastrous note as Ishant Sharma (2/14) and Umesh Yadav (1/32) produced a hostile opening spell to knock off the top order Sri Lanka will have to bat out of their skin on the fifth day on a deteriorating Sinhalese Sports Club track to draw the match and prevent India from clinching the series with a 2-1 margin India started their day at 21/3 in this second innings with a lead of 132 runs and Virat Kohli (21) and Rohit were the unbeaten batsmen at the crease While the almost new ball was still doing something Dhammika Prasad and Nuwan Pradeep were unable to get purchase similar to the past three morning sessions At best they beat the batsmen a couple times and had another couple of LBW shouts Kohli and Rohit were watchful and slowly started playing shots as the 50-mark came up for India in the 19th over They also brought up their 50-partnership for the 4th wicket off 90 balls Just before drinks in this extended morning session though Kohli played at a Pradeep outswinger again one which he could have left alone as Upul Tharanga caught the ball at first slip after a minor juggle Binny then came out to bat and after a nervy start he threw his bat around and attacked the bowling looking more at ease The Binny-Rohit combination to put up a 50-partnership off just 60 balls as the lead swelled past the 200-mark Rohit then reached his half-century off 71 balls and was looking good for more But as has happened so often with just about 15 minutes to the lunch break he pulled the very next delivery and holed out at fine leg throwing away all the hard work done in the morning session Ojha then came to the crease and avoided any further loss for India going into lunch Starting at 132 for five after lunch India saw Binny and Naman Ojha stitch a 42-run sixth-wicket partnership to spell more trouble for the hosts After Ojha’s departure Amit Mishra then managed a 55-run eight-wicket stand with Ashwin to make life easy for the visitors India crossed the 150-mark in the 42nd over but Binny was unlucky to fall one short of a second Test fifty as he edged Prasad to first slip Ojha kept on going and was joined by Mishra who was promoted over Ashwin The duo added only 19 runs when Ojha was once again out against the run of play Ojha had looked solid and at ease whilst scoring plus India were not really accelerating in pursuit of a declaration at that stage Yet he was dismissed whilst trying to up the ante trying to slog Rangana Herath throwing away his wicket for a second time in the match The fifty-run partnership between Ashwin and Mishra came off 88 balls as India crossed the 200-mark in the 59th over and the lead swelled past the 300-mark Just when it looked they would get to tea without further loss Mishra was run-out going for a single as Kaushal Silva caught him by surprise In the Sri Lankan second innings Ishant came out all guns blazing and had the batsmen in all sorts of trouble immediately He dismissed Tharanga in the very first over caught behind and then gave a send-off to the batsman similar to the two in the second Test which had earned him a double fine from the ICC In the 7th over he got rid of Dinesh Chandimal who was caught by Virat Kohli at second slip after Lokesh Rahul had dropped him at first go at third slip The Delhi pacer beat his head in celebration perhaps in response to the altercation he had with a couple of Lankan players when he was batting His antics caused the umpires to have words with the Indian skipper on a couple occasions In between Umesh Yadav removed Dimuth Karunaratne caught behind again as Sri Lanka were struggling at 21/3 at one stage Kaushal Silva (24 batting) and Angelo Mathews (22 batting) were then unbeaten at the end but have a mountain to climb on day five Stuart Binny (0/13) Amit Mishra (0/2) and R Ashwin (0/4) were the other Indian bowlers deployed PTI Written by Sudipto Sanyal | Updated: April 27 2014 11:45 pm García Márquez called journalism ‘the best job in the world’ (File Photo: AP) Related News The news of the death of Gabriel José García Márquez is not tragic but it is immeasurably sad Somewhere in the world a rainstorm has lasted four years eleven months and two days and is only now giving way to heat and dust now that this reporter of solitude has left the building Reportage and solitude are never far from García Márquez His entire art is mired in the surreal meditation of the solitude of life and especially as he put it in his Nobel lecture of 1982 of the solitude of Latin America From his writings emerge the violent magical buffoonish and romantic identities to an entire continent In his pages you will find the ghosts of everyday life doing the dishes with mad generalisimos and 130-year-old matriarchs countries and babies weeping and laughing and women so beautiful they ascend into the sky one afternoon in the 4 pm sun while folding white sheets In García Márquez decaying worlds of dictators and doomed lovers burst like pomegranate seeds from realities where the bizarre and the sublime exist together with the cosmic and the commonplace But as the writer himself admitted his fictional worlds are merely the literary expression of the “outsized reality” of Latin America “There have been five wars and seventeen military coups” he said in 1982 in that Nobel lecture “In the meantime twenty million Latin American children died before the age of one — more than have been born in Europe since 1970 Those missing because of repression number nearly one hundred and twenty thousand which is as if no one could account for all the inhabitants of Uppsala Numerous women arrested while pregnant have given birth in Argentine prisons yet nobody knows the whereabouts and identity of their children who were furtively adopted or sent to an orphanage by order of the military authorities” Clearly this is a continent whose cobblestones are wet with blood and history and this exorbitant history mingles with the sense of wonder in the everyday — what the Cuban writer and musicologist Alejo Carpentier called “lo real maravilloso (the marvellous reality)” which Latin America inhabits because of the fantastic nature of its culture and history It is this easy access to the marvellous along with his prior and perhaps eternal vocation as journalist that García Márquez credited for his ability to hammer into place his cornucopian narratives “All creatures of that unbridled reality we have had to ask but little of imagination for our crucial problem has been a lack of conventional means to render our lives believable” And so this continent of fateful coincidences and incidental absurdities bleeds its mysteries willing to be scooped into any imagination This is the land of the puzzle of “the eleven thousand mules each loaded with one hundred pounds of gold that left Cuzco one day to pay the ransom of Atahualpa and never reached their destination Subsequently in colonial times hens were sold in Cartagena de Indias that had been raised on alluvial land and whose gizzards contained tiny lumps of gold” Or “General Antonio López de Santana three times dictator of Mexico held a magnificent funeral for the right leg he had lost in the so-called Pastry War” Or “General Maximiliano Hernández Martínez the theosophical despot of El Salvador who had thirty thousand peasants slaughtered in a savage massacre invented a pendulum to detect poison in his food and had streetlamps draped in red paper to defeat an epidemic of scarlet fever” And so on These would be fertile grounds for any imagination but for García Márquez trained as a reportero in the newsrooms of Cartagena and Bogota they were especially fruitful His fiction is after all perhaps simply a more subversive extension of his journalistic pursuit of justice and truth And he himself insisted he was a reporter first; even his fiction was an attempt at an internal report a sort of despatches from the imagination Indeed according to his biographer Ilan Stavans as a cub reporter García Márquez would sometimes simply invent a story if he didn’t have one close to the deadline In many ways even as a journalist he was always a novelist And as a novelist he remained ever the reporter He wrote as much in Clandestine in Chile a kind of report on Chilean filmmaker Miguel Littín’s visit to his country after 12 years in exile: “In its nature and its method of disclosure this is a piece of reporting Yet it is something more: the emotional reconstruction of an adventure” In a 1997 piece written for Index on Censorship García Márquez called journalism “the best job in the world” and lamented the dehumanisation of the newsroom and the demise of “those passionate daily 5 pm informal coffee-break seminars of the old newspaper office” So here’s to Gabo in his solitude in the great newsroom in the sky where it’s always 5 pm Sanyal is a Kolkata-based writer [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Christophe Jaffrelot | Published: March 21 2013 3:05 am Related News On Saturdaythe Pakistan National Assembly was dissolved after completing five years This is an unprecedented achievement Even under Zulfikar Ali Bhuttono democratically elected legislature had lasted for a full term And the work accomplished by this legislature is in many ways truly remarkable Not only have Pakistans MPs restored the parliamentary character of the 1973 Constitutionbut a whole series of constitutional amendments starting with the 18th have promoted federalism at the expense of Punjabi dominationsignificantly upgraded the independence of the judiciarycreated a powerful Election Commission and introduced a procedure for conducting elections the democratic waya procedure that implies the designation of a caretaker prime minister during the time of the campaign These amendmentswhich required qualified majoritieshave been made possible by the collaboration of different political partiesincluding the ruling PPP and its old rivalthe PML(N) This is probably one of the most interesting developments of the past five years In the pastthese parties leaders had been so intensely at loggerheads that they did not hesitate to cooperate with the army to beat their enemies Nawaz Sharifa creature of the Zia regimeentered into a civilian-military pact with the army to prevail over Benazir Bhutto in 1990 and Benazir17 years laterhad probably been convinced by the US to strike a deal with Musharraf to stage a comeback in 2007 Political leadersapparentlyhave realised that this tactic was self-defeating and they have tended to join hands against the GHQ Howeverthese achievements need to be qualified Firstthe government has not been able to regain the upper hand over the military the way ZA Bhutto hadas is evident from the fact that the Chief Of Army Staff (COAS) Ashfaq Parvez Kayani vetoed all attempts by Prime Minister Gilani and President Zardari to establish their authority over the ISI Secondthe civilians have probably lasted five years because they have quickly resigned themselves to continuing to devote a huge percentage of the nations budget to the militaryand to let them retain the upper hand on policies regarding Afghanistan and the nuclear programme The civilian government has also let them develop their own businesses Military-based enterprisesincluding those related to real estatehave become very juicy indeed Why should the army take the risk to dislodge civilians from power when it can continue to rule and loot the country in so many ways without taking the risk of accountability and therefore unpopularity Thirdcivilian governments have failed to bring the economy back on track (so much so that the country will have to turn again to the IMF very soon)to fight corruption (which is always more difficult when the most corrupt ones occupy the top posts) and to maintain law and order in the most general sense Over the last five yearsPakistan has seen the exacerbation of ethnic and religious tensions The Talibanisation of the FATA is the most well-known developmentwith the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan using the tribal belt as a base to fight against Islamabad and its American patron with the support of the Haqqani networkan old ISI partner But this is more a sequel of the armys policy than the result of the civilian governments policies On the ethnic frontthe Baloch insurgency has reached new highsthe government being unable to defuse tensions by stopping the exploitation of the province (through the colonisation of Gwadars deep sea port or the payment of gas at a fair price) And the trajectory of Karachi is not more reassuring In factthe largest city of Pakistan is on the verge of civil warwith Mohajirs resisting in the most violent way the growing influence of the Pashtuns among whom the Talibans are gaining momentum at the expense of Awami National Party nationalists The situation is still worse on the religious front Minorities are at the receiving end The persecution of the Ahmadiyyas is forcing some of them to regroup in their townRabwah a ghettoisation process that makes their stigmatisation even easier Hindus are leaving Sind for India partly because of the kidnapping of girls Christians are targeted though less than Ahmaddiyyas and Muslims by the anti-blasphemy lawwhose collateral casualties have been the minister of minority affairs (a new portfolio)Shahbaz Bhattiand the governor of PunjabSalman Taseera secularist Sectarianism poses an ever more challenging threat to Pakistan because it is dividing the whole society verticallyfrom the north (Gilgit-Baltistan) to the south (Karachi home to Shia-Sunni violence) and from the west (the Hazaras of Quetta) to Punjab (and more particularlythe district of Jhang wheretooShia-Sunni violence is rampant) There is much at stake in Punjabthe recruiting ground of the army While the fundamentalist groups have always had some base there Maududi had established the Jamaat-i-Islamis headquarters in the region even before Partition things have taken a new turn with the development of the Lashkar-e-Taibas facilities in Muridkenear Lahorethe entrenchment of Jaish-i-Mohammed in Bahawalpur andstill more importantlythe pervasive influence of Sunni militant groups such as the SSP and the Lashkar-i-Jhangvi These groups are benefiting from the protection of the PML(N) state government of Shahbaz Sharifeither because of the affinities of the Sharif brothers with this movementor because of their influenceand muscle powerover the voters of the region While the civilians have permitted the advent of a new democratisation phase in Pakistanthey are hardly endowed with the virtues of full-fledged democrats In that sensethey belong to a long tradition that Jinnah himself had initiated with his viceregal style and that ZA Bhutto an autocrat who was responsible for rigging the 1977 elections had perpetuated The Pakistani institution that has made the most substantial impact on the present democratisation phase is definitely the judiciary In factit initiated the process as early as 2007when the Chief Justice of the Supreme CourtIftikhar Chaudhryresisted Musharrafwho had tried to dismiss him after the court made an issue of the disappearance of Baloch nationalists and the selling of public companies at a throwaway price Chaudhry had then received the support of thousands of lawyers whose demonstrations in the street had prepared the ground for Musharrafs resignation in 2008 Back to businessthe chief justice has not spared anybody President Zardari was his first target And he did not hesitate to force Prime Minister Gilani to resign in 2012 when he refused to write to the Swiss authorities in order to start an investigation regarding his bosss bank accounts in Switzerland But then he turned his guns on former COAS Aslam Beg and former DG ISI Asad Durraniwho were declared guilty by the Supreme Court of financing opponents of Benazir Bhutto before the 1990 election including Nawaz Sharif But the progressiveness of Pakistans lawyers should not be taken for granted In factthe murderer of Taseer received the public support of some of them and their corruption is well-knownespecially at the local level The main challenge before the countrys politicians is to infuse more substance into the framework of a parliamentary democracy If they dontand if they remain part of a corrupt establishment cut off from the massesthey may prepare the ground for the Islamists revolutionary discourse and seal the fatenot only of the regimebut also of the cohesion of Pakistans society The writer is a senior research fellow at CERISciences PoParis and professor of Indian politics and society at the Kings India [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anil Sasi | Published: September 27 2012 12:47 am Related News The services sector may have displaced manufacturing as the main growth driver of the Indian economy well over two decades agobut sectoral flow of bank credit fails to capture this structural shift Even as the services sector contributes around 67 per cent of our economy currentlydata from the 47 major banks tabulated till end-March 2012 shows that the services sector received only 24 per cent (or Rs 1017 trillion) of bank credit Of the restindustries received the biggest chunk at 46 per cent (Rs 1967 trillion)even as the agriculture sector got 12 per cent (Rs 523 trillion) while personal loans accounted for 18 per cent (Rs 787 trillion) This highlights the somewhat lopsided flow of credit to the service sectorsprompting the Reserve Bank of India to now lay fresh emphasis on the need for banks to go into the interiors to nondescript towns and cities and expand credit linkage in those areas The added incentive being that providing loans to these segmentsparticularly for productive purposescould also help in addressing the issue of retail inflation Since the late 1980sIndias growth has been driven increasingly by the services sector In factthe growth rates of almost all the components of the services sector picked up during the late 1980s and increased significantly during the high-growth period spanning 2005-08 The composition of the services sector shows that while trade continues to remain the predominant sub-sectorwith a share of around 24 per centthe shares of both banking and insurance and communications have registered sharp increases over the years The shares of real estateownership of dwellings and business services,Managing Trustee and Honorary Director ? download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi:? which will have Lyon fans anticipating a strong second half of the campaign.
Notices were issued on a petition filed by advocate Nitin Goyal against Chandigarh Administration, he said, however,hoardings claiming credit for the Shivaji statue project,- raised similar questions on the Special Cell? His wife Siuli Biswas, The CTTA released a statement defending the changes,Written by Harsha Bhogle | Published: September 7 finds herself in the company of last year’s runner-up Sung Ji Hyun (Korea), Srikanth.
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