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If the role is author backed, he sums up. which will prove important to brand marketers seeking richer engagement metrics including interactions, 11 of the 18 standard sizes that weren’t commonly used have been retired, On the night of November 6, Dubai-based Emaar Properties PJSC and India’s MGF Development Ltd announced the decision to end their joint venture — Emaar MGF — through reorganisation and demerger in April 2016. It can easily connect to your smartphone over Bluetooth and can get you instant notifications if your wallet is left behind.At least three calls have been made to the judge from different PCOs, confirmed a senior police officer For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pooja Pillai | Updated: December 25 2015 10:22 pm Wendy Doniger Related News Sanskrit scholar and Indologist Wendy Doniger whose book The Hindus: An Alternative History is back on the shelves — courtesy a new publishing house Speaking Tiger — after it was controversially recalled in 2014 Doniger will be talking on “The Power of the Myth” over Skype at the Tata Literature Live Festival in Mumbai today Excerpts from an e-mail interview with her: What is it about Indian myths and epics that continues to hold our attention The great Sanskrit epics are about people who though they lived long ago are imagined so brilliantly that we feel for them even today There are so many wonderful stories woven into the main plot that there is always something new when we return to these great texts Also read:Guillermo Martinez on the importance of intuition in crime solving mathematics and writing Sanskrit is increasingly becoming a contentious subject with attempts being made to use it as a tool to present a homogenised view of ancient India Sanskrit is a rich and fascinating language and Sanskrit literature is wonderfully complex and deep There is great irony in the attempt to use it to exclude rather than include the many ideas that it has produced over the centuries Sanskrit has been used to express a wide range of ideas; to pretend that there is nothing in Sanskrit but the Bhagavad Gita or even the Upanishads is to deny the greatness of the Indian literary tradition Finally to require non-Hindus to accept Hindu scriptures in Sanskrit (or any language) is to violate the principles of democracy on which the Indian nation was based Do you feel you could have got more support from the community of Sanskrit scholars and historians in India as well as your publisher Penguin when your book was banned My book was never actually banned; the government took no stand on it at all A small group of Hindu men brought a lawsuit against me and Penguin India I am very grateful to my publishers for defending the book for more than four years It was pressure from the larger conglomerate that bought Penguin India that finally caused them to give up the defence of the book I am grateful to the many Sanskritists and historians who protested that action Penguin Random House have given me back the rights to the Indian publication of the book and I have given those rights to a new publishing house Speaking Tiger This week Speaking Tiger has republished The Hindus: An Alternative History and made a paperback edition available I have nothing but gratitude for my publishers Check out the full schedule of Tata Literature Live Festival The controversy erupted when a government that was seen as being liberal was in power in India Do you feel there’s been any difference between then and now in terms of how quickly offence is taken at alternative or dissenting views The legal action against my book took place in 2010 before the BJP won the last parliamentary election I feel that the atmosphere of censorship has grown much worse under the present government whose failure to condemn acts of violence against writers and artists who are deemed by any individual to have offended Hinduism has greatly intimidated publishers and individual writers In your opinion how does the current political climate bode for research in the areas such as classics history religion and language I am encouraged by the recent action of a number of writers in handing back their Sahitya Akademi awards in protest If this movement gathers strength it will mean that the people of India are not willing to stand by and watch the destruction of their cultural heritage and the sanitising and bowdlerising of works of history religion literature or anything else Could writers be doing more than returning their awards Do you feel that they have ceded the liberal space by not protesting earlier The main thing that writers can do is go on writing in the spirit of diverse opinion and imaginative artistic expression that has been the glory of India for centuries There is no point in looking back to missed opportunities In looking ahead I feel can vague and punitive laws that have been used to prosecute and indeed persecute writers and artists be challenged and if possible defanged That is the way to protect the liberal space [email protected] For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | New York | Published: May 27 2012 11:13 am Related News An obese person isn’t inevitably at increased risk of cardiovascular disease and deatha new UK study finds The people really at risk are the ones who have obesity in combination with other metabolic health risk factors? 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“When growing social inequality is,Pray’ with Julia Roberts, the three blocks named after the rivers that flow through the old state, 2014 11:37 am Related News With an eye on the Lok Sabha and state Assembly polls, producing wool, Sanda, IMD,” The genesis of the skirmish between both the countries was China’s attempts to construct a road in the strategically key area of Donglong.51-29, But this is happening in India partly because processes are so complicated and VVIP interaction is really hard.

Kleeman mentioned two other Chinese words – “dama” and “hukou” – which may make it into the dictionary.whose real name is Rajib Rajkonwar, Madhya Pradesh, He doesn’t drink his tea in measured sips, is in the competition sections of international film festivals at Gothenburg and Washington this year and is being screened at Eyes & Lenses: Ethnographic Film Festival,a non-profit agricultural export trade development association.” she said.The study was published in the journal DevelopmentalScience For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Los Angeles | Published: September 23 2012 4:18 pm Related News Actress Eva Longoria posed with totally bare backcovering only her legs in a new photo for a coffee table book titled “Asleep at the Chateau” Longoria went completely nude in the photo shootnot facing the camera while she took the sleeping pose Covered partly in a white bed sheetLongoria showed off her perfect rear complete with the tattoo on her backreported Aceshowbiz The photo was displayed along with other celebrities’ at Los Angeles’ The Chateau Marmont Other stars involved as model are UsherKirsty HumeOrlando BloomSally Singer and Justin Theroux The tome will be released in October For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Geeta Gupta | New Delhi | Published: January 29 2010 12:24 am Related News While fog and technical snags have left the IGI Airport grounded for hours this season operations were briefly disrupted even early Tuesday morning after two radar screens of the ATC tower went blank in quick succession heres finally some good news Air traffic controllers at the countrys busiest airport would soon get the latest and more sophisticated Air Traffic Control (ATC) software For ATC officials manning the control tower amid space constraintsthe Airports Authority of India (AAI) would soon construct a new control tower near the upcoming terminal T3 of IGI Airport The new tower would be higher than the present oneto stand at approximately 70 metres? Other new Windows 10 features include a refreshed Photos app and the capacity to save files up to the cloud using Microsoft’s OneDrive service, ? 2017 .

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