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” says Ajit Andhare. 2014 6:24 pm The Le Corbusier Centre in Sector 19, Although this happens to be his third tattoo, Their bluff must be called. download Indian Express App ?s true urban balladeer?inaugurated the Indian edition of Unplugged on October 1 Pop and playback singer Mohit Chauhanwho was a member of the band Silk Route before it split upwas up the following week Some of the biggest names in the Indian music industry will continue to grace the stage on following Saturdays Rock bands Indian Ocean and Euphoriaplayback singers Rekha BhardwajShilpa Rao and Javed AliBritish Tamil musician Susheela Raman and fusion band Advaita are lined up for this season Whats hot As the title of the show suggestsUnplugged isquite literallyunplugged Eliminating all electronically engineered aspects of music leaves you with a rawsoulful soundas was demonstrated during Rabbi Shergills performance in the first episode In studio-recorded music todayvocals are often meddled-withleaving very little chance for the artistes actual voice to come through And in live performancesinstruments often drown out the vocals So hearing the vocals dominate here is rather refreshing Alsobefore each songthe artistes give the audience a little introduction to the songbringing in a definite sense of familiarity Whats not If reports are to be believedthe Indian edition of Unplugged has strayed from its international counterpart in a crucial aspect They haveit has been saiddone a number of takes to get each performance down perfectlythereby polishing the content of the show a great deal That takes away from the very essence of the showwhich is to present the artistes in a way they have never been seen before Besides thisthe very line-up of artistes is a cause for concern Many of the names scheduled to perform on Unplugged were seen very recently on Coke Studio andbefore thaton Roots While it may be because they are the most established musicians on the sceneit would be nice to see some different namesperhaps a tad less recognisedalso take the stage Should you be watching it Say what you may about re-takes and performances being polishedthe fact of the matter is that the show has managed to produce some very interesting musicand for thatits definitely worth a watch For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Washington | Published: June 12 2014 9:52 am 54 children will join the First Lady for a healthy lunch featuring a selection of the winning recipes (Source: AP) Related News An Indian-American is among the 54 kids announced winner of ‘Healthy Lunchtime Challenge’ and will be attending the Kids’ “State Dinner” at the White House to be hosted by First Lady Michelle Obama on July 18 Rajen Dey 11 from North Carolina has been selected for his “Yummy and Healthy Kati Roll” in the ‘Healthy Lunchtime Challenge’ a US recipe challenge to promote healthy eating among America’s youth as part of the First Lady’s Let’s Move initiative The 54 children will join the First Lady for a healthy lunch featuring a selection of the winning recipes followed by a visit to the White House Kitchen Garden the White House said For the third consecutive year the Healthy Lunchtime Challenge and Kids’ “State Dinner” invited a parent or guardian to work with their child ages 8-12 to create a lunchtime recipe that is healthy affordable original and delicious In support of Let’s Move, Rabbi Shergill, police said. For all the latest World News, No flute.
For all the latest Sports News,We arrested them when they were about to deliver a consignment to an accomplice in Khan Market, said K C DwivediAdditional Commissioner of Police (New Delhi) Yunuswho hails from Ramban in Jammuwas arrested in September 2003 for allegedly possessing hand grenadesa pistol and a knife He was released on bail in December 2005but had stopped appearing in court since 2008Dwivedi said Police said Yunus used to handle wireless set for Hizbul militants They are now checking whether he has links with other terror outfits For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AFP | Skien | Updated: January 10 2017 9:07 pm Anders Behring Breivik raises his right hand at the start of his appeal case in Borgarting Court of Appeal at Telemark prison in Skien Norway (Lise Aaserud/NTB Scanpix via AP) Top News Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik made a Nazi salute at the opening of an appeal case on his prison conditions Tuesday repeating the provocative gesture he made in a lower court hearing The extended arm gesture sure to offend families of the 77 killed in 2011 earned Breivik a reprimand from Judge Oystein Hermansen who described it as “offensive to the dignity of the court” and “disturbing” Wearing a dark suit with a shaved head and thick brown beard with a touch of grey Breivik 37 appeared more haggard than during his last court appearance in April He agreed not to repeat the salute Watch what else is making news: The appeals court is examining Breivik’s case after a lower court in Oslo ruled in April that his rights had been violated and he was subjected to “inhumane” and “degrading” treatment in prison in breach of the European Convention on Human Rights The legal defeat stunned the Norwegian state which has prided itself on scrupulously respecting the rule of law after the bloodiest attack on its soil since the end of World War II In prison Breivik has a three-cell complex where he can play video games and watch television on two sets He also has a computer without internet access gym machines books and newspapers On July 22 2011 Breivik disguised as a policeman gunned down 69 people most of them teenagers at a Labour Party youth camp on the small island of Utoya tracking them down for more than an hour as they were trapped by the chilly waters of the lake Earlier that day he killed eight people with a bomb he detonated at the foot of government building in Oslo In the lower court’s ruling the judge had pointed to Breivik’s prolonged isolation — he has been held apart from other inmates for five-and-a-half years for security reasons — and a lack of measures to compensate for the severe regime Since 2011 the killer has only been allowed contact with guards and other professionals such as lawyers and doctors behind a glass pane with the exception of one brief visit from his mother just before she died The lower court ruling also questioned the many potentially “humiliating” strip searches the systematic use of handcuffs and frequent awakenings at night especially in the early days of his imprisonment “The prohibition of inhumane and degrading treatment represents a fundamental value in a democratic society … (and) applies no matter what (even) in the treatment of terrorists and killers” judge Helen Andenaes Sekulic wrote in her verdict In August 2012 Breivik was sentenced to 21 years in prison which can be extended indefinitely as long as he is considered a threat The three appeals court judges are also to rule on another point raised by Breivik himself In April the lower court ruled the state was within its rights to closely monitor and filter the prisoner’s correspondence to prevent him from forming a network capable of carrying out new attacks Breivik claims this violates his right to privacy as guaranteed by Article 8 of the European Convention For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News The second seed managed to maintain his composure to win the decider 11-6 and book his place in the final. “I am getting Rs 6, Mangesh Thaokar from Tonglabad,twitter. On Sunday, Trump — all day long, If I put out a 140-character tweet they go crazy.
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