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deep pools and swift, on June 14, In his decision, Asked to comment on former prime minister Manmohan Singh’s big pckage after he toured the Vidarbha reeling under farmer’s suicide (2004-06),000 crore as drought relief. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by P D T Achary | Updated: December 1,” After Pathan told the court that jail officials initially allowed his client’s request but didn’t take any decision the special judge PB Desai told Pathan to show the record.Harsimrat Kaur presented siropas to the Mann family, the release added For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: January 12 2017 3:11 pm The stands at Halls 8-11 are majorly dominated by school and college students Top News Publishing stalwarts might be drawing huge crowds at the World Book Fair but giving them some competition are stalls and stands offering books for just Rs 100 Though stalls by Penguin Harper Collins Om Book Stores Oxford are packed with readers bookworms are leaving no stone unturned to visit the stands where some of the old books are even available for just Rs 50 “The sale has been good till now and we are seeing a rise in sale of books compared to last year More than 100 copies are sold every day On Sunday we managed to sell around 250 copies” Pramod Kumar who has his stand at Hall number 8 told IANS Watch What Else Is Making News These stands at Halls 8-11 are majorly dominated by school and college students Lung Shai a second year student of Delhi College of Arts said that it is a better place than the weekly market at Daryaganj because “waking up on Sunday morning every week is not possible Also going there every time is not easy” “And why not to buy books when you can get them for Rs 100 or Rs 50 I can buy many books within my budget” beamed Shrestha Tiwary a second year student of Shyam Lal College who picked up a copy of “Twilight” The “Twilight” saga appeared to be a favourite among buyers EL James’ “Fifty Shades of Grey” seemed to be in demand along with books written by John Grisham and Sidney Sheldon Old classics like “Pride and Prejudice” and “Macbeth” were also seen being picked up Arundhati Roy’s “The God of Small Things” also found a place in the list “People often think that the books are second-hand or pirated but these are original copies from abroad Also if we buy in bulk from publishers we get them at a lesser price so we can sell them for less (than the marked price)” Deepak another stand owner explained The 44th edition of the World Book Fair which began on January 6 and will continue till January 15 has more than 2500 stalls this year For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Updated: April 4 2017 7:25 pm Kishori Amonkar’s body has been kept at Ravindra Natya Mandir in Prabhadevi area to enable people to pay their last respects (Express archive photo) Top News The passing away of GaanaSaraswati Kishori Amonkar has left a void in the world of Indian classical music As the news of her demise broke late Monday night music lovers and the fraternity immediately took to social media to express their sorrow and pay their respects Among those who tweeted out were Lata Mangeshkar and Shankar Mahadevan Music aficionados thronged the home of Kishori Amonkar in central Mumbai today to pay their tributes to the renowned Hindustani classical vocalist The body of the 84-year-old vocalist will be cremated at the Dadar crematorium this evening family sources said ALSO READ |The Loneliness of Kishori Amonkar The singing doyenne’s body has been kept at Ravindra Natya Mandir in Prabhadevi area to enable people to pay their last respects Music aficionados relatives and friends paying homage to Kishori Amonkar at Ravindra Natya mandir Dadar (Express photo by Nirmal Harindran) Born on April 10 1932 in Mumbai Amonkar was considered one of the foremost singers in Hindustani classical tradition Amonkar is known for her contribution and innovation in the Jaipur-Atrauli gharana of music and her distinctive style of khayal gayiki as well as thumri and bhajan Amonkar learnt music under the tutelage of her mother the late great Mogubai Kurdikar who had herself trained under Alladiya Khan Saheb the doyen of the Jaipur gharana “Aai was so strict that she would sing the sthayi and antara only twice and not a third time I had to get every contour of the piece in those two instances That taught me concentration The guru needs to be this good” Amonkar had said in an interview to Indian Express in December 2016 Music aficionados relatives and friends paying homage to Kishori Amonkar at Ravindra Natya mandir Dadar (Express photo by Nirmal Harindran) Music aficionados relatives and friends paying homage to Kishori Amonkar at Ravindra Natya mandir Dadar (Express photo by Nirmal Harindran) While learning the finer points and techniques of the Jaipur gharana from her mother Amonkar also developed her own personal style which reflected the influence of other gharanas and was generally regarded as an individual variant of the Jaipur tradition Apart from training under her mother Amonkar learnt music from Anwar Hussain Khan of Agra gharana Anjanibai Malpekar of Bhendi Bazar gharana Sharadchandra Arolkar of Gwalior gharana and Goa’s stalwart Balkrishnabuwa Parwatkar Amonkar cultivated a deep understanding of her art largely through extensive study of the ancient texts on music and her repertoire was grand in its sweep She was known primarily for her skillful singing of classical khayal songs set in the traditional ragas of Hindustani music but also performed the lighter classical thumri repertoire bhajan devotional songs and film music The singer has been awarded the Padma Bhushan (1987) and the Padma Vibhushan (2002) for an exemplary career She was also a recipient of the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award in 1985 and the SNA Fellowship for 2009 In 1991 she was awarded the prestigious Dr TMA Pai Outstanding Konkani Award READ |Kishori Amonkar no more: Lata Mangeshkar Shankar Mahadevan and music fraternity mourn passing away of Hindustani classical vocalist Regardless of musical genre her performances were marked by vitality and grace As she prioritised the expression of emotion in her music she frequently departed from the gharana’s conventions of rhythm ornamentation and broader musical structure in order to intensify the impact of the music Besides being a renowned musician Amonkar was a popular speaker She travelled throughout India giving lectures most notably on the theory of rasa (feelings emotions) in music With PTI inputs For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: IANS | London | Published: November 15 2017 5:30 pm First-borns benefit exclusively from parents’ attention as long as they are the only child at home This gives them a head start (Source: File Photo) Top News First-borns are more likely to choose medicine or engineering as a career option and as a consequence earn more money than their siblings who turn to humanities and academics finds a study The findings led by researchers from the Max Planck Institute in Munich Germany showed that second-borns were 27 per cent less likely than the first-borns to apply to medical training programmes The difference between first- and third-borns was 54 per cent The relative probability of second-borns studying arts programmes was 27 per cent higher than the first-borns while the difference was 36 per cent between third-borns and first-borns The sibling differences in choice of university programme was not just a consequence of first-borns having better grades in school It was more due to parental investment in the early years as it plays a crucial role in shaping the siblings’ ability preferences and ambitions even within the shared environment of the family the researchers said “Our results suggest that parents invest more in earlier-born children than in later-borns and that this shapes sibling differences in ability and ambitions even within the family” said Kieron Barclay demographer at Max Planck Institute “First-borns benefit exclusively from parents’ attention as long as they are the only child at home This gives them a head start” said Mikko Myrskyla Director at the Institute in the paper published in the journal Social Forces Moreover in terms of relative probabilities not only do second-borns differ from first-borns in terms of career choice the trend towards choosing “less prestigious occupations” increases with every further child For example the probability of second-borns taking up journalism is 16 per cent more likely than first-borns while third-borns and fourth-borns are respectively 40 per cent and 60 per cent more likely to do so This differences in programmes in college could also explain approximately half of the gap in their long-term earnings the researchers said in the study involving 146000 students For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top News’We Are Family’ (2010),use of municipal vehicles for travelling.

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