Kareena Kapoor Khan breaks white monotony with a pop of pink. See pics

first_imgKareena Kapoor Khan never fails to impress us all with her classy sartorial choices.When it comes to fashion, the actress always keeps it simple, chic and elegant.Recently too, the diva sported a gorgeous look for an ad shoot, and we need not tell you that it was just perfect. Photo: Instagram/therealkareenakapoorKareena wore a white-on-white outfit for the shoot and we are absolutely enchanted by her beauty.The diva wore an off-shoulder button-down shirt with front-knot detailing at the waist, and paired it with a white midi skirt with intricate frills. Photo: InstagramKareena added a pop of colour to her outfit by wearing stilettos in bubblegum pink colour.She completed her look with pink hued lips, hoop earrings, minimal make-up and tied her hair in a messy, loose ponytail.Kareena was styled by celebrity stylist Lakshmi Lehr for this shoot. Her make-up was done by Lubna Rafiq, and hair was done by celebrity hairstylist Gabriel Georgiou.ALSO READ: Kareena Kapoor Khan is a ray of sunshine in this yellow skirt-blouseALSO WATCH: Karisma Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor Khan talk about films, family and feminismlast_img read more

Paul Finebaum Tabs Jim Harbaugh As His Choice For National Coach Of The Year

first_imgPaul Finebaum on FSU on ESPN.Paul Finebaum FSUThere are a number of very worthy candidate for national coach of the year in college football. Once-embattled Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz engineered an impressive turnaround from 7-5 to 12-0, and has his Hawkeyes on the verge of a College Football Playoff berth. Bob Stoops and Mike Gundy each have their teams battling for a conference championship in Bedlam today. Who does ESPN/SEC Network analyst Paul Finebaum have as his coach of the year? Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh.Paul Finebaum just said on CGD that Harbaugh is getting his vote for coach of the year, and is the favorite to win at this point.— Ben Fidelman (@bfidelman) November 28, 2015Harbaugh is definitely a worthy candidate, though fans of the Hawkeyes don’t seem to agree.Finebaum cant even say Kirks name!! ” A coach at Iowa” my butt!! Wow— Leo Doyle (@ledoylinator) November 28, 2015@finebaum harbaugh for coach of the year??? #kirkferentz turned a 7-5 team into a #12-0 team. Harbaugh took over a team with a lot of talent— Clint Birkenholtz (@hawkeyegold03) November 28, 2015@finebaum that coach from Iowa is Kirk Ferentz. Can’t believe you don’t even know his name. Wow.— Kevin Isaacson (@isaacsonbooks) November 28, 2015We expect that Harbaugh and Ferentz will each get plenty of love.last_img read more

Scrap Metal Trade Not To Be Blamed For Every Theft – Minister Hylton

first_imgMinister of Industry, Investment and Commerce, Hon. Anthony Hylton, says the scrap metal trade is not to be blamed for every theft of metal, either from a private or public space.The Minister was responding to a concern raised in the House of Representatives on January 29 that the re-opening of the scrap metal trade poses a risk to public infrastructure and personal property.“There is evidence that there is a local industry that has utilised a significant portion of the scrap. It is (also) reported that ammunition is being made illegally from such metals,” Mr. Hylton told the House.He added that it is an “easy tag” to say that every theft has a relationship to the trade in scrap metal.“I think it is yet to be proven that it is, and I will say further that this is why we have placed the burden of the trade on the exporters and not at the dealer level. It is the exporters that need to ascertain what it is they are buying and from whom they are buying and to establish the ownership chain, so that if they are confronted they are able to demonstrate beyond a shadow of a doubt that this is the source of the metal,” the Minister said.In the meantime, the Minister said he is satisfied that the new scrap metal regime is being operated within the best possible regulatory framework.“Contrary to the view in certain public space that the re-opening of the trade is a manifestation of the ‘policy of poverty’, the trade in scrap metal benefits a wide cross section of Jamaicans, operating at various levels along the value chain,” he noted.Mr. Hylton added that with the price of energy ever increasing and the levels of certain non-renewable resources decreasing, it is his expectation that the demand for scrap metal will continue to increase.“This however, must not be pursued at the risk to public infrastructure and personal property. In the past we lost millions of dollars to theft and vandalism, in addition to the cost of dislocation to businesses and additional security measures, which companies were forced to implement,” the Minister said.He emphasised that underpinning the re-opening of the trade has been the need to tighten and enforce the regulations and ensure that “we bring to book any and everyone who does not play by the rules”.“All of us have to play by the rules if we are to have a sustainable and proper functioning scrap metal industry,” the Minister said.After more than a year of closure, the scrap metal trade was re-opened on Monday, January 28.last_img read more

Government Working to Achieve Teacher-Pupil Ratio of 1:25

first_img Minister of Education, Youth and Information, Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid, says the Government is working on the revised policy for the establishment of a new overall teacher-pupil ratio of 1:25. Story Highlights Minister of Education, Youth and Information, Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid, says the Government is working on the revised policy for the establishment of a new overall teacher-pupil ratio of 1:25.“For the technical areas, we will have a ratio of 1:20 (one teacher to 20 students). This will allow for closer attention to be given to each student,” he explained.The Minister was speaking on the third and final day of the Jamaica Teachers’ Association (JTA) conference at the Hilton Resort and Spa in St. James, on August 23.Senator Reid pointed out that it has been reasonably demonstrated that students are more likely to learn when personalised attention is given, especially in the case of a slow learner or late bloomer.“The one-on-one attention, which is very vital, is often not possible when you have a class size of one teacher to 60-plus students. This has not served us well and has resulted in many of our students being hard-pressed to keep up. What we are doing here now in reducing the class size as per teacher to students, and this should make learning both easier and less stressful inside our classrooms,” the Minister said.Meanwhile, Senator Reid said that as part of the effort to ensure no one is left behind, as of September 2017, the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC), National Vocational Qualification of Jamaica (NVQJ) and Caribbean Vocational Qualifications Framework (CVQ) examination fees will be fully covered by the Ministry for students on the Programme of Advancement Through Health and Education (PATH), wards of the State and others in dire need who may not be on the PATH Programme.“In addition, as we customise education, it is expected that all our students leaving the secondary level are ready to enter the world of work or higher-level education,” the Minister said.center_img Senator Reid pointed out that it has been reasonably demonstrated that students are more likely to learn when personalised attention is given, especially in the case of a slow learner or late bloomer.last_img read more

Drug expert urges patients on highdose painkillers to get naloxone

first_imgTORONTO – A prominent drug safety expert says some people dependent on high-dose prescription opioids should consider having another drug on hand at all times — a naloxone kit in case of overdose.Dr. David Juurlink, head of clinical pharmacology and toxicology at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto, is urging broader adoption of the life-saving antidote more commonly associated with the fentanyl crisis.“The idea that naloxone is purely for people with addiction I think is a seriously misguided one. If somebody is on fentanyl patches for chronic pain, most of those people you can make an argument that they should have naloxone in the household, even if they seem to be functioning well,” says Juurlink.Even those who follow their doctor’s orders are at risk of being harmed by their medication, he says, especially when the drug is combined with sedatives, sleeping pills or anxiety medication.“For a patient who’s ever had anything resembling an overdose or who is falling asleep on their opioids or is on high-dose opioids, I think it’s a very good idea for that patient and their family to be aware of the potential utility of naloxone and to know how to use it,” he says.“There’s no downside to having naloxone in the home.”Longtime users of narcotics are typically on high doses because they’ve become tolerant over time. And the higher the dose, the bigger the risk, says Juurlink, adding that someone prescribed just eight pills of Percocet after dental surgery probably doesn’t need a naloxone kit.The life-saving drug is available as a nasal spray or in injectable form without a prescription. But Juurlink says most pharmacies do not carry naloxone and access varies across Canada, with concentrated availability in areas known for illicit intravenous drug use.It’s targeted at people at risk of an opioid overdose and people likely to witness and respond to an overdose, such as family and friends.British Columbia remains ground zero for Canada’s opioid epidemic, with the coroners service recording 640 illicit drug overdose deaths during the first five months of the year.Provincial health officer Dr. Perry Kendall says the province sees about 75 prescription overdose deaths a year — mostly individuals using other substances such as alcohol and antidepressants. But patients often die in their sleep and it can then be difficult to determine whether overdose was a factor, Kendall adds.He was cautious in calling for expanded distribution of naloxone.“These people are more at risk from (taking multiple prescription drugs) or sometimes themselves getting diverted to additional drugs or alcohol. Or they’re more at risk … if they’re being withdrawn too quickly,” he says.“The answer there is to look to better prescribing.”Guidelines published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal in May say clinicians may provide naloxone to those at risk of overdose but that current “low quality” evidence doesn’t back suggestions it would reduce deaths.Still, it said naloxone could be considered when rotating opioids, since patients may take more than their prescribed dose. It also said the mere suggestion of naloxone would highlight potential risks and could lead to increased vigilance.Despite encouraging broader deployment, Juurlink says it wouldn’t make sense to make naloxone as easily found as defibrillators.“It does cost some money to put naloxone in every McDonald’s and every Burger King and every Tim Hortons,” he says.“(But) anywhere in (Vancouver’s) downtown east side, or anywhere there’s lots of drug use, I think you can make a case that naloxone should be available in every nightclub and in restaurants and public washrooms.”He also cautioned against reading too much into recent reports suggesting it’s possible to inadvertently overdose on fentanyl. He said the case of a 10-year-old Miami boy who died after mysteriously coming into contact with fentanyl during a trip to his neighbourhood pool is extremely rare.And Juurlink cast doubt on an Ohio police officer’s claim that he overdosed on fentanyl after touching it at a crime scene.“There’s a lot of hysteria about this,” he says. “Getting a bit of fentanyl on your skin and washing it off is not generally going to be a concern.”last_img read more

Police investigate bone and denture discovery in Red River search

first_imgAPTN National NewsA volunteer group searching the Red River in Winnipeg for missing people has made numerous discoveries.The group found dentures, bones and a carpet possibly stained with blood during the search of the river.Winnipeg police say investigators are now analyzing the finds and will also have a presence on the Red River while the search continues.APTN’s Dennis Ward has this story.last_img

Life in prison for killer of Simone Sanderson

first_imgA life sentence was issued for the murder of Simone Sanderson in 2012.APTN NewsA Winnipeg man was sentenced to life in prison Friday for the second-degree murder of Simone Sanderson, 23.Kyllan Ellis, 30, must serve 12 years before becoming eligible to apply for parole – an increase of two years in the usual waiting period.He was convicted by a jury last month. Sanderson, a mother of one, was last seen alive on August 26, 2012.Her body was found a week later, concealed in an empty lot at the corner of Main Street and Burrows Avenue.Sanderson’s family shared victim impact statements in court.In a statement prepared by her grandmother and read in court by the Crown attorney, Betty-Anne Sanderson said she lost her joy and peace in life when she lost Simone.“She was like a daughter to me,” Betty-Ann’s statement read. “I was angry and devastated.”Sanderson’s father also submitted a statement.Ellis pleaded not guilty to second degree murder in May. He has been in custody since his arrest in April 2016.last_img read more

BC First Nation launches legal challenge over onesided Kinder Morgan pipeline review

NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C. — A B.C. First Nation has launched a legal challenge of the National Energy Board’s planned review of a controversial pipeline project.The Tsleil-Waututh (TSLAY’-wah-tooth) Nation is disputing the board’s decision to review Kinder Morgan’s proposed expansion of its Trans Mountain pipeline between Alberta’s oil sands and Metro Vancouver.Last month, the National Energy Board announced it would hold hearings beginning in August, allowing 400 interveners out of more than 2,100 applicants.The legal challenge says the energy board shouldn’t be permitted to begin the review until it meaningfully consults with the Tsleil-Waututh, which the band says hasn’t happened.The band describes the board’s planned review as “one-sided” and says it will operate under a rushed timeline that is designed to avoid scrutiny.Texas-based Kinder Morgan’s $5.4-billion pipeline expansion would give it the capacity to transport up to 890,000 barrels per day from Alberta to the company’s terminal in Burnaby. read more

US stock market ends the day lower led by utility stocks

US stock market ends the day lower, led by utility stocks by The Associated Press Posted Mar 24, 2015 2:21 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email NEW YORK, N.Y. – U.S. stocks ended lower for a second straight day, dragged down by utility companies.Losses were broad but moderate. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 104 points, or 0.6 per cent, to close at 18,011 on Tuesday. The Standard & Poor’s 500 index dipped 12 points, also 0.6 per cent, to 2,091. All 10 industries that make up the index fell, with utilities down the most. The Nasdaq lost 16 points, or 0.3 per cent, to 4,994.Crude oil rose 6 cents to $47.51 a barrel in New York as traders anticipated the release of weekly supply information.Government bond prices rose. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note, which moves in the opposite direction from the price, fell to 1.87 per cent from 1.91 per cent late Monday. read more

Ford Dagenham returns to running on 100 renewable

Ford Dagenham has completed the installation of its largest, most powerful wind turbine, adding to the two already on site. The 120m tall turbine is now helping to maintain 100% wind-powered engine production in the Ford Dagenham Diesel Centre (DDC), and will double the annual CO2 saving from 2,500 to nearly 5,000 tonnes per year.Groundwork for the third wind turbine began in June and construction of the tower and blades took just four days to finish. The main assembly was completed when the 82m-diameter windmill blades and hub were hoisted 80m into the air.Previously, the two existing turbines generated 5.92 million units of electricity per year – the equivalent of powering 1,794 homes. With the addition of the third turbine, the amount of electricity generated reaches 11.4 million units per year – enough to power twice the number of homes.London’s first wind park was built at Dagenham in 2004 when Ford first collaborated with renewable energy specialist, Ecotricity.“Together with Ford, Ecotricity pioneered the use of wind to power the Dagenham Diesel Centre,” said Dale Vince, founder of Ecotricity. “We are really pleased to come back and build a third windmill so that the green energy supply keeps pace with the customer demand for Ford’s most fuel-efficient diesel engines.”Chris Woolacott, Ford Dagenham Diesel Centre Line Manager, added, “The Ford Dagenham Diesel Centre is once again 100% wind-powered. Ford’s plant, building its lowest-CO2 diesel engines, continues to be powered by renewable energy.”UK vehicle manufacturers continually strive to be ever more efficient, cutting total combined energy use by more than 46% since 2000.Recently, Toyota began installation of a large scale solar panel array at its vehicle plant in Derbyshire. When fully operational, it will be capable of supplying enough energy to build approximately 7,000 cars a year.For detailed information on the environmental efficiency of UK automotive, download SMMT’s Eleventh Sustainability Report. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) read more

Mel Kiper Jr weighs in on Buckeye draft hopefuls

ESPN NFL draft expert Mel Kiper Jr. talked about Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor, as well as three former OSU players hoping to hear their names called during the draft in a teleconference on Wednesday. Kiper said he knows what scouts need to see from Pryor in his final season. “Accuracy,” Kiper said. “Throwing the football is the main thing. “He has to throw the ball, and he has to be precise with the football, and he has to do the things from a pure passing standpoint.” Pryor’s final season, however, will be shortened by the five-game suspension he and four of his teammates face. Kiper added that he projects Pryor as a tight end at the next level, citing Pryor’s size, athletic ability and the transitions other players have made over the years. “Did he need to play those five games to prove he can be a quarterback? Yeah, he did,” Kiper said. “I think there is going to be some concern whether he is going to be a quarterback or a position change, like I said, to a tight end spot.” Defensive lineman Cameron Heyward, a projected first-round pick, also was a subject of conversation. “Cameron Heyward is a real, real good 3-4 defensive end,” Kiper said. “I think he’d fit the New York Jets and certainly the Green Bay Packers. He would fit the Pittsburgh Steelers … the New England Patriots, any of those 3-4 teams is what Heyward would fit ideally.” The Jets, Steelers, and Packers pick 30th, 31st and 32nd respectively, while the Patriots hold the 17th and 28th overall selections. Kiper said Heyward is not an ideal fit in a 4-3 defensive scheme, but Heyward disagrees. “I think over my four years here I have enjoyed so many different positions and it’s made me more versatile,” Heyward said in a press conference on March 30 after working out for NFL scouts. “I think I can play any position you put me at.” Kiper weighed in on two other Buckeyes entering the draft. Cornerback Chimdi Chekwa was projected as a possible third-round selection, and running back Brandon Saine was projected as one of many backs who could be picked on the third day in the fifth, sixth or seventh rounds, based on his pass-catching ability. The 2011 NFL draft will be held April 28–30 at Radio City Music Hall in New York. Alex Kopilow contributed to this story. read more

DOMINATION El Jaish Sports Club win Qatari Championship

El Jaish Sports Club win Qatari championship 2015/2016! The best team of Asia showed dominance in the 22 matches of the domestic Championship led by Spanish coach Toni Gerona. The “Army team” had impressive score of 21 wins and one draw, which was more than enough to take the first spot ahead of the biggest rival – “Police”, Lekhwiya team.STANDINGS:1 El Jaish 65 22 21 1 0 679 – 486 1932 Lekhwiya 56 22 17 0 5 678 – 589 893 Al Rayyan 52 22 14 2 6 611 – 559 524 Al-Gharfa 52 22 12 6 4 562 – 537 255 Al-Quyiada 51 22 13 3 6 679 – 582 976 Al Wakra 44 22 10 2 10 577 – 588 -117 Al Ahli 41 22 8 3 11 575 – 587 -128 Al-Arabi 40 22 8 2 12 608 – 645 -379 Al Sadd Doha 36 22 6 2 14 603 – 620 -1710 Qatar SC 36 22 6 2 14 635 – 676 -4111 Al-Sahmal 28 22 2 2 18 538 – 702 -16412 Al Khour 27 22 2 1 19 494 – 668 -174 el jaish sports clubQatari handball ← Previous Story EHF CL weekend BEST 7 with three PSG stars Next Story → Marin Šego to PICK Szeged read more

To Monetize Podcasts Think Sponsorships Not Ads

first_imgA study released earlier this year advocates sponsorships over advertising as the best way to monetize podcasts. The Association for Downloadable Media along with Edison Research report that podcast listeners HATE radio style ads but relate much better to “this content is brought to you by” sponsorships. The study says that it helps if the podcast host makes the sponsorship announcement. When podcast listeners were asked about traditional radio style ads their response was negative with 62% saying they “generally dislike” them. But when the same audience was asked about sponsorship plugs instead 67% responded they “Don’t mind them and occasionally find them useful.” Sponsorships seem the way to gain exposure for advertisers without without turning off listeners. There were other findings as well. According to Edison Research Vice President Tom Webster, “A podcast advertising buy is not a redundant media buy for advertisers and marketers. These are attractive, affluent consumers that mass media is losing.” He also notes, “Ninety percent of these respondents indicated that they had taken some kind of action as a result of podcast advertising or sponsorship, and over 40% reported purchasing behaviors, which indicates that they are receptive to the right message, in the right context.” More findings include: 1. Active Podcast consumers are mobile media consumers – and content creators and advertisers alike should continue to take advantage of that fact2. Active podcast consumers are not receptive to interrupt advertising, but they are receptive to targeted messages in podcasts3. There is a “halo” effect ascribed to brands, products and services that sponsor podcasts.To download a PDF of all the ADM Edison Study findings or watch an hour-long Vimeo video where Edison Research presents the findings, turn to Josh’s original blog here.last_img read more

Chester Creek Trail To Close This Summer for Repaving

first_imgParts of the Chester Creek Trail will be closed for most of the summer starting on Tuesday while it’s being repaved and improved.The Municipality’s parks department is closing the trail in two segments. The first – from the New Seward Highway to Nichols Road near Goose Lake – will close from May 26 until then end of July. The stretch from Arctic Boulevard to the highway will close from July 22 to early October.Park Planner Maeve Nevins says the $2.3 million upgrade to the 20-year-old trail includes new techniques that will prevent things like flooding in the wetlands areas.“We had to take some different technical measures from what we did in the past where we’re actually doing a full dig out and rebuilding the trail on something called ‘ballast stone,’” she explains. “And that’s a thick stone. It’s the stone that they use in railroad beds. It has a load bearing capacity. So by using that stone first, we lay that down and then we put our leveling course and then we put the asphalt, that allows the water to flow through the trail in that corridor.”They’re also insulating the culverts with blue foam board to prevent perilous bumps from frost heaving.Nevins says trail detours will be well marked and include sidewalks and smaller trails. Volunteers will guide users along the detour routes on Tuesday and Wednesday during commute times. Small sections of the trail will re-open as they are completed and will be marked.You can find out more here.last_img read more

EC takes massive preparation for fair polls in Gazipur BSS

first_imgElection CommissionThe election commission (EC) has taken massive preparation to hold the Gazipur City Corporation (GCC) polls in what state new agency BSS calls “a free, fair and peaceful manner”.Eyes of all those who are interested in Bangladesh politics and elections, will be focussed on the Gaziputy city polls after Khulna City Corporation election were plagued by allegations of rigging and intimidation.Candidates of Gazipur city polls began formal campaign for the election on Monday (18 June) as voting will be held on 26 June.Ahead of the polls, the returning officer’s office at Shaheed Bangataz auditorium is seen busy with election activities, reports BSS.Chief election commissioner, all election commissioners, EC secretary will come to Gazipur Wednesday to meet all candidates and to observe the overall management and law and order situation.Nezarat deputy collector (NDC) of Gazipur Qudrat E Khuda said the EC authority will sit with law enforcers and administration at deputy commissioner’s meeting office in the morning while later they will meet all mayoral, councilor and reserved women councilor candidates at Bangataz auditorium in the afternoon.Trainings will be imparted on 9,000 polling officers on 21-22 June while 503 members of law enforcement agencies will receive training on 24 June.Assistant returning officer Md Tarifuzzaman said proposals have been sent to EC to use electronic voting machines (EVMs) at six centers in GCC polls.Voting rehearsal will be held with the participation of voters of the areas after finalisation of six centers.Seven candidates will vie for mayor post while 254 candidates will contest for general councilor posts in 57 wards and 84 women candidates will vie for reserved 19 councilor posts.There are 1,137,736 eligible voters in the polls.last_img read more

Beyond the picture postcards

first_imgBattling the scorching summers of Delhi, pigeons take refuge where once cannons struck Kashmiri Gate. 11 May 1857: the saga of Mangal Pandey, the followed up Sepoy Mutiny, the first war of Indian independence, and the post war catastrophic fall of the Mughal era; the date stands for a tumultuous epoch in the history of Indian independence. The carousel of life oscillates between time, bringing back the memories of 1857 and its imprints on Delhi post 156 years. It was in the sweltering heat of May that the sepoys blitzkrieg-‘ed’ into  the walled city of Shahjahanabad to strengthen Mughal power under Bahadurshah Zafar and overthrow Britishers. Roused by the incident of animal fat on cartridges, they marched to topple British power in Delhi. The remnants of Shahjahanabad’s walls, the confines of Kashmiri gate, the shrouded telegraph memorial, and the garden of Qudsia beckon you into history.Saddle up your horses to gallop into the lanes of Kashmiri gate and witness some of its vignettes this May. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’ Kashmiri Gate Swerving through the lanes of Old Delhi, his school bus travelled from Ludlaw castle, passing by Qudsia Bagh, through the then open gates of Kashmiri gate back in 1954, revels the 63 year old Chartered Accountant, Suresh Malik. The gate is now confined, literally, to the four walls under the Archaeological survey of India.Leading to the road to Kashmir, walled city’s northern gate was built by Shahjahan in 1638 AD. Withering through the onslaught of 1857, it came under the downpour of cannon balls; marks still visible in the holed up façade taken over by the pigeons to rest in peace now. A plaque inside the monument entails the story of 1857; how the mutineers assembled and strategized here, and how on the morning of 14 September, 1857 the left bridge and the right leaf of the gate were bombarded by British forces, gradually marking the end of the siege in Delhi. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixSt. James ChurchOne of the oldest churches of Delhi lies a stone’s throw away from Kashmiri gate. The copper ball and the cross atop its dome bore the scathing attack from sepoys in 1857. The marks may not be visible as the replicas took over but the magnificence of British era emanates through its grandeur. Telegraph Memorial and the magazineShrouded by trees stands Telegraph Memorial: the site from where the revolt was signaled off to Ambala before the officers on duty evacuated their cabin in fear. The magazine next to it was blasted by the Britishers  in fear of loss of weaponry to the mutineers. Interestingly one plaque  calls the mutineers as rebels and the other below bestows an honor of ‘patriots’ to the sepoys  Nicholson CemeteryLike Pere Lechaise in Paris, it doesnt have violonists but it  still conjures up lives of people in 19th century. Walk through its carved tombs, read through its epitaphs; the moss grown gravestones turn into expression of poetry in mourning;, offering a peaceful experience dedicated to the British Brigadier General John Nicholson who was mortally wounded in 1857.   Qudsia BaghA wisp of elegance en-wraps it. Once Yamuna ran through its sides, breezing in air through its corridors. Though the river changed its course, the garden still dots with men playing cards, laborers  catching up noon’s nap, and tired travelers. A mosque, a gateway and some domes carved in diamond cut style, is what remains of the sprawling palace of Qudsia, made by Mohammad Shah Rangeela in honor of his begum.  The palace bore the brunt of the British forces during the seige of 1857. Perhaps, one can take down bricks and mortar, but the signature of splendor stays on.last_img read more

Mamata congratulates magnificent Mary Kom

first_imgKolkata: Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee congratulated M C Mary Kom for winning her sixth gold medal on Saturday to become the most successful boxer in the history of Women’s World Championships. “Congratulations Mary Kom for winning a record sixth world title. “We are proud of your golden achievement at the Women’s World Boxing Championships…” Banerjee posted on her official Twitter handle. Mary Kom on Saturday became the most successful boxer in the history of Women’s World Championships by winning her sixth gold medal with an unanimous 5-0 result over Ukraine’s Hanna Okhota at the AIBA World Championship in New Delhi.last_img read more

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