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adding,I am in search of a reason why people are being attracted to the city Even though it has a monstrous approach to peopleit wears a beautiful outfit to attract everyone to live within?near the border of Delhi. Nagpur and Pune,” Soon after,s perceived ability to garner more votes for the party than any other Congress leader in the election due only 13 months hence was,in which all the major communities voted,com For all the latest Mumbai News,a US-based animal welfare organisation, The LCB team ensured safe passage to the smugglers and some of the goods. Police are also probing a possible involvement of a former a real estate developer from Mumbaiwho is now reportedly into smugglingsources said While investigating into why the smugglers chose the go-downs in Chakan to stash their lootit was found that the smuggled wood originated from the Kerala-Karanataka border and is routed through some cities in South India to Mumbai to be smuggled out It is also known that there are a large number of farmers and traders in this area who have built go-downs to store grains or other objects So the area provided a safe haven for smugglers Chakan is an area where police presence and their overall movement is less compared to other highwaysbut is still well connected to Mumbai For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: March 2 2014 11:44 pm Top News As a professional photographer San Francisco-based Braden Summers has spent many years shooting images of couples in love — men and women gazing into each other’s eyes enveloped in a beautiful world When he arrived in Paris in 2012 to take romantic images for a luxury tourism project Summers had no reason to break the rule — or the stereotype His gaze instinctively fell on straight couples in love “Even as a gay man” he says “My boyfriend suggested that I take similar romantic photographs of gay people I took it up as a challenge” The project has culminated in a series of 15 images depicting ideal love between LGBTQ (Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer/Questioning) couples titled “All Love is Equal” which is available on his site http://s.wwwbradensummerscom Among the images are two staged shots from India representing the queer presence in the country Summers’ work graph includes projects for organisations such as Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Tony Awards as well as shoots with Hollywood actors such as Jude Law and Jack Nicholson Over phone the 28-year-old recalls raising $21000 for the “All Love is Equal” project travelling to six countries in six weeks last year and meeting real couples as well as models who would agree to be shot “I envisioned romance in different cultures regardless of their laws of gay rights and created this series of same-sex romance” he says “The rights of the LGBTQ community are expanding everyday; the progress is inspiring France just legalised gay marriage Prop 8 (California’s Proposition 8) was repealed DOMA was struck down and we have the world’s attention — be it positive or negative This is an incredibly inspirational movement” he adds in his concept note Shot in England France Lebanon South Africa Brazil and the US besides India the photographs subvert universally recognised imagery For instance two men walk hand in hand on a London bridge and two women share an impassioned kiss through a cab window in New York Two other powerful images are from India — in one two men share a blissful moment heads touching as they sit on a decorated elephant in India and in the other a woman dressed in North Indian bridal finery including the choora gets married to another woman similarly attired “I wanted to show Indians in India” says Summers adding that his search for models through agencies to pose as gay couples was tough Summers ultimately found his models and shot in and around Mumbai but once the project was visible online the Indian male models contacted him “They said that in their country friends and family wouldn’t understand that they were only modelling They asked me not to publish the picture in India” he says Online the photograph of the men accompanies a footnote stating “Featuring straight Indian models” Ground reality in Lebanon was similar as real couples did not want to be photographed Every photo was pre-conceptualised and Summers collaborated with local producers and hair and make-up artistes taking only 20 minutes a shoot The works have a painting-like quality with bursts of colour and detailed finish that can be traced to Summers’ early training in painting and drawing “I frequent art galleries to draw inspiration for my upcoming projects I have an entire ‘mood board’ of images with colour palettes I like; I often reference these paintings when I’m about to create a new image” he says At a time when laws against homosexuality have riddled societies across the world one might accuse Summers of depicting unrealistic images That is the intention he says “Some people wished that I had taken real-life couples but I think it’s important to show unrealistic glossy images People are accustomed to look at glossy images of straight couples Whereas from the LGBTQ community there are set images that are not even relatable Images of victimisation or hyper-sexual images make the representation isolating On the other hand people might relate to glossy images of romance” he says At present Summers is focused on travelling to Mexico and other parts of Asia and having an exhibition tour Will he ever include himself in his glossy romantic image “If it ever happens I see Paris as the ultimate setting for romance” he says For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: November 13 2015 3:45 am Crackers light up Chandigarh (Source: Express Photo by Kamleshwar Singh) Related News People of rural areas of the district celebrated Black Diwali in protest on Wednesday People put black flags on top of their houses as a mark of protest against the desecration incidents Security was also beefed up in some sensitive villages where radical organisations have some impact The villages near Mohali also observed black diwali and people stayed indoors instead of bursting crackers during the festival Though no untoward incident was reported from the district police remained vigilant to deal with any kind of emergency The security around the religious places was also beefed up in the rural areas Residents of village Ghruan put black flags on the road Black flags were also hoisted in most of the villages near Kharar and Kurali Mandeep Singh a resident of Landran said they are observing Black Diwali “We did not illuminate our houses with lights or diyas We also did not call our relatives and friends to celebrate Diwali” added Singh Some people visited the villages in Kharar and asked residents to remove the lights from their houses For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: December 20 2015 11:58 am NGT had ordered imposition of a fine of Rs 5000 on anyone found using plastic or dealing in it (Source: Reuters file photo) Top News Two weeks after the National Green Tribunal ordered imposition of a fine of Rs 5000 on anyone found using plastic or dealing in it the Chandigarh Administration has imposed the full fine for the first time— on a owner of Sector 4-based general store The trader has also been booked by the police for causing obstruction The trader has been identified as Sindhant Dass SHO of Sector 3 police station Inspector Neeraj Sarna said that a team under supervision of SDM (Centre) had conducted raid at ‘In and Out General Store’ The SHO said that Dass along with an employee did not allow the team to enter the store following which the latter was forced to inform the police The inspection team however managed to enter the store after the police arrived and seized around 120 quintal of polythene bags from the store The team also issued a challan worth Rs 5000 against the trader A case under sections 332 (voluntarily causing hurt to deter public servant from his duty) and 353(assault or criminal force to deter public servant from discharge of his duty (353) of the IPC has been registered against Dass at the Sector 3 police station Meanwhile continuing with its ongoing drive against plastic the Chandigarh Administration conducted raids at different places and seized bags and glasses In the east jurisdiction a raid was conducted in Mariwala Town Sabzi Mandi near Shivalik Garden Indira Colony Manimajra and Bapu Dham Colony Around 70 kg of polythene bags and plastic glasses was seized and 29 challans of Rs 500 each were issued The enforcement staff also issued 55 challans to rehri owners in Sector 19 and Manimajra In the south jurisdiction a total of four teams carried out raids in Burail Sector 44 Maloya Dadumajra and the Apni Mandi in Sector 43 A total of 130kg of polythene bags plastic plates and allied items was seized from various shops and wholesellers As many as 40 challans of Rs 500 each were issued to the erring shopkeepers The seized items were later sent to the dumping ground in Dadumajra For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsA man arrested near the British parliament last month has been charged with terrorism offences as well as two historic charges relating to explosives in Afghanistan police said Tuesday Representational image AP Khalid Mohammed Omar Ali a 27-year-old from north London is accused of preparing terrorist acts after being arrested not far from Prime Minister Theresa May’s Downing Street office on 27 April In two further charges dating to January and July 2012 he is accused of having explosives with intent to endanger life or cause serious injury to property or to enable any other person to do so "Counts two and three relate to activity in Afghanistan in 2012" the statement from London’s Metropolitan Police said without giving further details He is due to appear in court on Wednesday His arrest came the month after five people were killed in an attack on parliament Khalid Masood who was British drove his car along a pavement before stabbing a policeman to death before being shot dead by armed officers The court heard that his fingerprints were alleged to have been found on parts for improvised explosive devices (IEDs) recovered in Afghanistan that year by US intelligence Ali from north London told the magistrate: "I don’t recognise the charges" He remains in custody and will appear at the Old Bailey court in London on 19 May Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 5 2013 3:54 am Top News Riding high on off-spinner Arpit Singh’s brilliant bowling performance (6 for 53)Chandigarh team bowled out Amritsar for 163 runs in the second innings to record an outright victory in the match played at the Gandhi Grounds during Punjab Inter-District U-19 cricket tournament for Dhruv Pandove Trophy Arpit Singh bowled an intelligent and inspiring spell in which he accounted for six Amritsar batsmen for just 53 runs Resuming at 64 for 2Amritsar batsmen could not take the measure of Arpits superb spin and kept on losing wickets at regular intervals The only resistance came from Karan Sharma (40)Navneet Singh (53) and Karan Pathal (23) With this outright winChandigarh garnered six points With 21 points eachChandigarh and Patiala are tied at top spot at the end of the fourth round of matches Brief scores: Chandigarh (1st innings): 258 all out in 1191 overs(2nd innings): 204 for 9 in 66 overs (Declared)Amritsar (1st Innings): 112 all out in 674 overs(2nd innings): 163 all out in 64 overs (Karan Sharma 40Navneet Singh 53Karan Pathal 23Sagar 1 for 44Arpit Singh 6 for 53Hemank Choudhary 2 for 44) Ludhiana bag three pts MEANWHILE in the second match played at the PAU groundsLudhiana pocketed three points for their first innings lead against Jalandhar after their match was drawn Ludhianawho were 180 for 8 overnight were bowled out for 223 runssetting a target of 270 for Jalandhar for an outright win Jalandhar ended the day with 238 runs on the board for the loss of nine wickets in 75 overs Their innings was sustained by Himanshu Sharma (64) and Mansab Gill (58) Leg-spinner Sandeep Singh bowled almost unchanged from one endsending down 30 overs and captured six wickets for 74 runs Howeverhis heroic effort could not earn an outright win for his team who had to be satisfied with first innings points Brief Scores: Ludhiana (1st innings): 290 all out in 1222 overs(2nd Innings): 223 all out (Nimit Malhan 40Parul Mehndiratta 28Nikhil Choudhary 74Navendu 24 noRishin Sharma 3 for 52Mohit Mariya 2 for 68Rohit 2 for 45) Jalandhar (1st innings): 244 all out in 932 overs(2nd innings): 238 for 9 in 75 overs (Himanshu Sharma 64Mansab Gill 58Rajat Sharma 36Sandeep Singh 6 for 74Navendu 2 for 52) For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: April 2 2012 2:14 am Related News Sheshrao Shriniwas Pillaiwho died on Sunday after a heart attackwas also infected with the H1N1 virus (swine flu)said health officials The patient was a diabetic with myocardial infarction and triple vessel diseasethey added As many as 244 swine flu cases were reported in March alone Dr S T Pardeshichief medical officerPMCsaid Pillais death was mainly due to the triple vessel disease leading to a heart attack Pillaiof Kondhwawas admitted to KEM Hospital on March 29 He was put on ventilator support on March 31 The National Institute of Virology confirmed he had swine flu There have been nine swine flu deaths so farsaid health officials Pillaithey saidwas critical and had suffered a heart attack He was detected with swine flu? the official said.
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