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I share all my knowledge and my research work in books so that more people can know about the glorious families of Maharashtra, says Nalavade For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Updated: January 23 2017 8:51 am Virat Kohli’s team narrowly missed out on a clean sweep (Source: Reuters) Top News In his first series as India’s full-time limited-overs captain Virat Kohli finished the ODIs against England with a 2-1 victory His team narrowly missed out on a clean sweep but there were plenty of positives to take from these 50-over matches Opening however didn’t click at all Kohli spoke about the upsides and also the areas of concern Excerpts from the post-match press conference: On positives from the series “Very pleased to see Kedar (Jadhav) bat the way he did; very pleased for what Hardik (Pandya) did with bat and ball; and very pleased to see Mahi (MS Dhoni) and Yuvi (Yuvraj Singh) bat that way again in Cuttack and what Bhuvi did with the ball there — pull it back for us when it was difficult to grip the ball These guys have shown character and that for me is a big positive So I think (there are) a lot of positives Pandya’s role as pacer-allrounder “(He) helps in balancing team (He) allows you to play that extra batsman two seamers and two spinners He bowled really good areas today one of the few bowlers who hit the deck hard and got more purchase He showed good instinctive ability with the bat He is getting smarter and more intelligent with the bat (He) understands the importance of rotating the strike and when to hit boundaries” Stokes’s redemption “I felt bad for him after the World T20 final (Stokes conceded four sixes in the final over) He takes a lot of pride in his cricket and even today (he) played with a lot of motivation He is a guy with great character and I saw the disappointment and sadness on his face when England lost that final Every side is pleased to have cricketers like that (He) was really good with bat and ball today; so good on him in being able to reverse the situation” Last ODI before the Champions Trophy “The more T20s we play we will get better at death bowling in the ODIs That will be our advantage As far as batting is concerned obviously the one area we look to focus on is to maintain our batting techniques and use T20s and ODIs as an extension of our Test batting That means not necessarily getting reckless and slog every ball It is very important to understand how to score in competitive conditions The focus will be on not wanting to overdo things” On Eden Gardens pitch “If the wicket has grass (and) the surface is hard you expect the English bowlers to bowl in better areas They were pretty clever with their lengths as well (It was) similar to how we bowl on Indian surfaces and how we reverse in familiar conditions We knew it was going to be challenging And two guys stepping up to counter pace and swing gives us a lot of confidence going into the Champions Trophy” On the openers “We have good openers Sometimes you need to give them games to get back into form You don’t get many players ready for international level Maybe it will click at the Champions Trophy where we first saw Shikhar (Dhawan) and Rohit (Sharma) It is not as if we need to search for openers We need to back the ones we have” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Vienna | Published: February 3 2017 8:14 pm Top News Formula One teams should consider Liberty Media’s invitation to take a stake in the sport and should not reject it out of hand Mercedes motorsport head Toto Wolff said on Friday “This is an idea which one shouldn’t dismiss easily” Wolff a shareholder and team boss of world champions Mercedes told Austrian magazine Trend “But in any case one must know more about the business case and our role in the whole (project) Talks about this have only just begun and will probably last over the coming months” added the Austrian Liberty Media said last month it hoped the competing teams reduced to 10 after Manor folded in January would buy a stake in the sport following the US based media company’s takeover and had reserved $400 million of shares for them The shares will be retired if not issued to teams within six months of the takeover which completed on Jan 23 Some of the smaller privately-owned teams such as Sauber and Force India are unlikely to participate since they operate on very tight budgets and have had cash flow problems Wolff also said in the interview that Liberty which has ambitious plans to grow the sport in the Americas while also safeguarding the traditional European grands prix should think about making races more affordable for fans “Liberty Media will certainly have to tackle the topic of ticket prices” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Pallavi Pundir | Mumbai | Updated: May 29 2014 9:51 am Nasreen Mohamedi at her studio in Bombay at the Bhulabhai Desai Institute Related News Nasreen Mohamedi’s is an intriguing world Abstract pencil lines and geometric patterns float in the vacuity of a piece of paper On others complex yet organic structures weaving against each other create an illusionary universe giving a sense of the artist’s obscure inner dialogue Undated and untitled and 24 years after her death Mohamedi’s drawings still leave a viewer unsettled Recent years have seen efforts to unravel the mystery behind the late artist — notably solos at Milton Keynes Gallery (UK 2009) and Talwar Gallery (New York 2008) and a retrospective at Kiran Nadar Museum of Art (Delhi 2013) On June 6 an exhibition at Tate Liverpool titled “Nasreen Mohamedi” will be the biggest solo of the artist in the UK which will span her work from the ’60s to the ’80s There are over 60 works on display acquired from various public institutions and private collections The exhibition has been curated by Eleanor Clayton assistant curator at the Tate Liverpool who started exploring Mohamedi’s oeuvre when she was putting together Dutch artist Piet Mondrian’s work for the gallery (it will open simultaneously with Mohamedi’s show) “I grew obsessed with her intricate line drawings and earlier oil paintings particularly in conjunction with her diaries which reveal a constant quest for utopian design and balance in her work” says Clayton “Although Nasreen and I come from different places and times learning about her work has made me view the world in a new way seeing the abstract and universal beauty she focused on landscapes from India to the Mersey river” Born in Karachi in 1937 before moving to Mumbai in her youth and living and teaching in Vadodara until her final days Mohamedi remains one of the most under-recognised artists of the 20th century At the time when Indian Modernists were painting the colours and chaos of their homeland Mohamedi worked alongside peers such as MF Husain Tyeb Mehta and VS Gaitonde Yet she was virtually alone amongst her peers because she broke away from the mainstream practice of figurative painting in post-Independence India She has often been compared to Canadian abstract painter Agnes Martin and American minimalist Carl Andre “‘Nasreen Mohamedi’ reveals the artist’s significant contribution to Modernism that expands the boundaries of Western art history and offers an opportunity to reconsider the meaning of abstract art” reads the exhibition note Mohamedi passed away at 53 in 1990 from a rare neurological disorder The obscurity in relation to the chronology and description of Mohamedi’s works have confounded curators and art historians Her evolving language is seen through early abstract brushwork and figurative oil and watercolour to her grid-based drawings and those in pen and ink Within the exhibition Clayton groups Mohamedi’s works stylistically as well as roughly chronologically “There are only a few dated works and many cannot be ascribed to even a particular decade As her work aspired to represent universals in terms of space and form perhaps it is better to consider them outside the restrictions of time as well” says Clayton While her line drawings are the most popular aspect of her oeuvre what is also fascinating is Mohamedi’s photographic prints known for their unique architectural quality A well-travelled artist Mohamedi took photographs in several places in the Middle East (she lived in Bahrain briefly in her youth) the US and Japan apart from various cities in India including Chandigarh For Clayton her photographs which highlight geometric shapes and lines in her surroundings through particular crops mirrored how Mondrian began his path to abstraction a reason why the two exhibitions will open simultaneously Another significant aspect is Mohamedi’s diaries which reveals the artist’s mind at work On display at Tate Liverpool are extracts notes and source material she kept in her studio The exhibition is a part of the Memorandum of Understanding between India and Tate to further the effort to show Indian modern and contemporary art It was signed earlier this year in February While the show will not travel to India there has been a collaborative exchange between gallerists and curators from both India and Tate to share expertise For “Nasreen Mohamedi” which will run till October Tate Liverpool will produce an online publication and resource called “Nasreen Mohamedi: Reading Room” and will include papers from co-curator Suman Gopinath and art historian Geeta Kapur [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Rajkot | Published: September 30 2013 2:23 am Related News The indefinite relay hunger strike by residents of Sasan Gir and two other villages in Talala taluka of the newly-created Gir Somnath districtopposing their re-merger with Junagadh districtintensified on the fourth day on Sunday with women joining the protest More than 100 women from Sasan GirBhalchhel and Haripur villages joined the hunger strike outside Sinh Sadanthe local headquarters of Forest department in Sasan Gir Situated on the border of Gir forestsSasan Gir is famous for lion safaris Gir is the only natural habitat of the endangered Asiatic lions Villagers have been camping near the Sinh Sadan since Thursday after the state government issued a notification on September 9 merging these three villages with Mendarda taluka of Junagadh In the initial notification for Gir Somnath early this yearthe entire Talala talukaincluding Sasan GirBhalchhel and Haripurwas made part of the new district The state government is singling out these three villages after representations from BJPs Junagadh MLA Mahendra Mashru and other local leaders They are saying that Girnar and lions cannot be separated Howeverthe Forest department data shows that even Girnar has lions? 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Perhaps they are not aware about 4G,said,The money that was to be paid to farmers within 14 days after the sugarcane crushing season ended has not been paid For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Lalmani Verma | Lucknow | Published: December 29 2013 2:10 am Related News Yielding to the pressure from priests of Mirzapurs Vindhyavasini Devi templethe UP government has dropped its plan to take control of the management of the templewhich is one of the most revered Shaktipeethsattracting at least 20000 devotees every day On special occasionsthe number of devotees runs into lakhs The Department of Religious Affairs had a few months ago sent a proposal to Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadavseeking an in-principle approval to take control of temple management The government had proposed to constitute a new trust to supervise the collection and expenditure of donations that the temple receives in the form of cash and valuables It was also planned to fix the pay-scale of the priests and other staff Religious Affairs Minister Anand Singh had said the proposal was aimed to prevent exploitation of devotees by priests (also called pandas) who demand undue cash as donations from them The proposal to take over the temples management has been withdrawn as delegation of pandas (priests) met me recently and assured that the management would be improved and devotees will not face problems?needed to register a step change in the process ? XVI of 2016. The coaches will receive week-long expert training from qualified Premier Skills coaches, But Nadal still made $32. Perez, who had a criminal record, So there has to be a law passed for it, Arsenal are currently fifth in the league table.
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