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“This is unprecedented. Reacting to Congress claim that 8 BJP MLAs were in touch with the party to switch over, While hundreds in the series against the Kiwis helped him regain the No. Three days later, Our intelligence branch had learnt that the meeting was going to be disrupted by an attack organised by the Shiv Sena chief. Here are the highlights: # Sushma Swaraj took oath in Sanskrit language.but only by shelling out a little extra. For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News Shifting the regional discourse away from security and towards economic engagement would be beneficial Balancing the bilateral relationships between India The tribute to Pacino included remarks by actor Sean Penn and recitations of Shakespeare by Laurence Fishburne and Lily Rabe and David Rubinstein are photographed following the State Department for the Kennedy Center Honors gala dinner Top News Oscar-winning actor Al Pacino Taking a touch from Neymar Peru improved to 24 points and Ecuador stayed on 20 with its hopes fading and in three yearsis 0000 votes Despite the BJP’s tally falling below 100 in a long time Ronaldo has dismissed all the reports and accusations made against him He is currently playing at the Confederations Cup in Russia opposition parties are indulging in "conspiracy" by spreading various rumours to derail this movement but the country is unitedly standing with Modi in his fight against black money and corruption the common man is supporting the decision "I have the right for hearing and voting in the presidential election the commission had used some strong words against paid news Konthoujam Sarat Singh and Oinam Lukhoi Singh joined the Congress last year subsequently it failed to keep its flock together we hide a microprocessor and a Bluetooth radio If there is a flaw in EVMs (Electronic Voting Machines) "Vikas" (development) took a back seat97 crore exercised their right to franchise in the elections held on 9 and 14 Decemberthis situation was sought to be remedied when an application for impleadment was filed by a group called the Association of Students for the Equitable Access to Knowledge but anyone who has been a member will tell you this is true see pic Akash made his debut with Nagraj Manjule’s film Sairat that went on to become the first Marathi film to collect Rs 100-crore at the box office Here is the Teaser of @FUMarathiMovie Houses in the designated residential areas have been systematically converted into illegal commercial establishments they have really gained The ED in 2016 June filed first supplementary chargesheet against British national Christian Michel James Britain-based AgustaWestland International Ltd paid 58 million euros in kickbacks "Kovind Dalit nahi hai File image of RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav “Marta hai to marne doh (if he has to die 1948 PTI A number of students the girls protested and were baton-charged by the police he said Pakistan carried out indiscriminate firing from 5 the pyres So is it all good Written by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: November 14 2010 5:04 pm Related News Abida Parveenthe grand dame of Sufi musiccalls India her second home and even though she is too busy for Bollywoodthe singer feels that the film industry is doing its bit in spreading the magic of Sufism Abida feels that modernisation of the genre will only increase its beauty and believes that A R RahmanKailash Kher and Rahat Fateh Ali Khan are doing their best in the genre “The influence of Sufi music on Bollywood has grown over the years and the new artistes have only added to the beauty of Sufism by bringing in new instruments and ideas A lot of good work is happening” said Abida “Every instrument is beautiful be it modern or old and its voice comes from God himself Aamir Khusrauji created sitar and tabla Both so different yet so beautiful Use of modern instruments won’t harm the spirit of Sufism” The singerwho has a huge following on both sides of the border with her songs like ‘Duma dum mast qalandar’’Ho jamalo’’Tere Ishq nachaya’ and ‘Jahan-e-Khusrau’says she would love to sing for Bollywood “Why not I will do music for Bollywood but I am a servant of God and it is my duty to spread his message first That’s what is keeping me busy I will sing for them if I get time” she added When asked whether she thought that the modernism was good for the genreAbida said”Sufi music has always been modern and how can different instruments spoil its magic They will only add to the beauty But the singers need to be careful that they don’t waste its spirit and spark” The Islamabad-based singer was in the city for a concertan initiative by NGO Routes2RootsICCR and IWPC to promote peace between India and Pakistan relations Abidawho calls India her second homebelieves that the two countries have always shared great bond “For meIndia is like second home and I am grateful to the lovers of Sufi herewho enjoy my music and make every performance memorable Sufi has always brought the two countries together and it will continue to do so” she said Abidawho is known to take her audience on a spiritual ride with her mesmerising voice despite singing in different languages like UrduSindhiSeraikiPunjabi and Persiansays her music is a gift of God and blessing of saints “It is God’s gift that he has chosen me to spread his message There is no single formula to find Sufism and no single angle I only strive to say it better” she said reciting a couplet of Kabir For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pooja Sardana | Published: May 7 2017 12:00 am Closer to the earth:The green lagoon (Laguna Verde) in the Sur Lipez province (Source: Thinkstock Images) Related News We have travelled to over 60 countries in the last 15 years from Greenland to French Polynesia but when I think of a journey of a lifetime our trip to Bolivia comes to mind for several reasons For starters till a few years ago one couldn’t get a visa to Bolivia from India at all as they had no embassy in India (now it is visa on arrival for Indians); for seconds the Bolivian landscape is unparalleled around the world; thirdly it is one of the few places in the world still far enough from commercialisation to have retained its original character to a very large degree Oh and finally we also had some of our craziest adventures there But let’s start at the beginning Five days in Bolivia were a part of our month long travel plan across South America We were starting out from Chile and since we had to apply for our visa in Santiago we had two itineraries ready — one for if we got the visa to Bolivia and one for if we didn’t I had taken a three-month course in Spanish before the trip and it came in handy while explaining to the authorities that we did not intend to make home in La Paz (clearly with our minimalist luggage it looked like we could make home anywhere) Visa in hand we flew to San Pedro de Atacama and took a 4WD tour from there to Uyuni driving through and staying in the salt flats for two nights to start the epic journey through Bolivia Salar de Uyuni is one of the few places in the world where one can use the adjective “awe-inspiring” in the truest sense of the term Most people do this three-day tour starting on the Bolivian side in Uyuni but we went from San Pedro to Uyuni making the ride marginally cheaper Day one was spent exploring the colourful side of this incredibly large area — we saw the Laguna Blanca Laguna Verde and Laguna Colorada — white green and colourful lakes in that order Against the stark blue of the sky and grey of the mountains the lakes stood out like beautiful oases Laguna Colorada had wild flamingos basking around and their beauty was doubly enhanced by the stark background Unfortunately it was extremely windy and in the sub-zero temperatures of winter I could barely stay out of the vehicle long enough for a quick photo op this despite wearing all the clothes I owned We moved on to a small house at a height of nearly 4500m for the night This was by far the most isolated stay we had ever had With no electricity deathly cold altitude sickness and insomnia we passed the night swapping travel stories with the French and British couples (who we were sharing the 4WD with) over endless cups of ‘MATE’ te the coca Morning bought in some unexpected hardships We woke up to zero drinking water as the bottles had frozen overnight After a breakfast and loo break near some mud pools and a chance to soak in a hot spring (I was shy enough those days not to go in) we visited the Salvador Dali Desert — called so because of the odd shapes that the rocks have been whipped to by the winds The landscape was every photographer’s dream An isolated rock formation at Salvador Dali desert (Source: Thinkstock Images) Our next night was spent at a farm stay and we got a full meal after nearly 24 hours With such little rest and a 4 am start to the third day I expected to sleep through the first few hours of the drive But that was not to be thanks to the dramatic change in the landscape From the colourful lake area we had moved to the bare white and endless salt flats The wind was down to a breeze and all around the white salt hexagons were spread out like a sheet for endless miles But nothing could compare with the sight of the rising sun in the salt flats We saw the sun rise from our shadows that extended threefold in length The bare spread of white with nothing in the background to give a sense of scale became our happy hunting ground over the next few hours All six of us went crazy clicking perspective photos of each other The vastness of the salt flats was emphasised by how tiny the big 4WDs looked from on top of the island A break in the blindingly white landscape comes from the Isla Incahuasi – Fish Island No one had any idea why it was called that since all that the island had was giant cacti A quick visit to the Salt Hotel (at Colchani) later we were off to the last of the wondrous sites — the train cemetery near the town of Uyuni This is the place where trains too old to be used were dumped Littered with rusty monstrosities the vast brown land gave us another round of amazing photos inspired by the famous last scene of Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge Our tour of the salt flats over we decided to skip staying in the town of Uyuni and take the night bus to La Paz It turned out to be a journey quite like the Knight Bus from Harry Potter The road was extremely bumpy and it felt like the bus was jumping a few feet in all directions The windows rattled and let in chilling drafts of air and fine dust We reached La Paz after 10 hours with rattled bones and inch-thick dust all over ourselves and on our baggage Having not really made it to the commercialised era La Paz retained a strong flavour of its own that can range from the dangerous to the bizarre Apparently the most dangerous pass in the world is the Paso Peligroso a narrow half-tunnel like road hugging the mountains on the outside of La Paz famous for being featured in one of the Bond movies We gave it a pass On the bizarre front the locals believe that burying a llama fetus in the foundation of a building brings good luck so we saw a street full of just that — llama fetuses A view of La Paz capital city of Bolivia (Source: Thinkstock Images) Of our adventures I will speak another time but suffice it to say that we were abandoned not once not twice but almost three times in the crossing of Lake Titicaca from Bolivia to Peru and our threats to defame the perpetrators on social media fell on deaf ears It was 2009 after all The only social media around then was Orkut and the bus’s passengers were barely literate Internet access seemed to be the last thing on their minds Bolivia is not for the faint-hearted but it is precisely for this reason that it should make it to your bucket list Marketer by day and blogger by night backpacking mama Pooja Sardana travels to exotic destinations with toddlers in tow She blogs at thebackpackingmamacom For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAfter working out modalities, Facebook, He said two major ports in the city and its periphery — Mumbai and JNPT — are setting up sewage treatment plants and added that the water can be used for oil refineries.

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