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The items that have been put on display at the fair are not major exports from the city, he said The only saving grace is the Chandigarh Industrial and Tourism Development Corporation (CITCO) and Tourism department sectionwhich has put up pictures of Le Corbusier along with mugsplateskey ringsties and wall clocks encrypting his art work For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: February 18 2010 8:11 am Related News Venice has a new tourist attraction nownone other than Hollywood’s first family Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie who have moved to the city along their family of six children After keeping a low-profile amidst reports of an impending splitthe couple have decided to shift base to Italy’s canal city for a three-month stint while Jolie films her new movie ‘The Tourist’ there The couplenicknamed ‘Brangelina’ by the tabloids treated their four oldest children to ice cream today after arriving in Venice last night The A-list couple are renting out the stunning canal-side Palazzowhich is situated between the Rialto and Accademia parts of the city and faces San Toma After arriving in a private plane at Marco Polo Airport on Monday afternoonthe family took two speedboatsone for their huge amount of luggage and another for the childrento their new home Jolie34isn’t expected to begin filming until March 15 which gives the family plenty of time to get to know the maze of streets and canals of Venice All four children were wrapped up in coats and hats to protect them from the chilly weatherwhile blue-eyed Shiloh Nouvelthreeshowed her cheeky side as she wore a monkey hat complete with oversized ears Holding tight to daddy’s hand was five-year-old Zahara Marleywhile boys Maddoxsevenand Pax Thiensixskipped alongside their stunning mother After the sugary treatPitt46made a brief stop at a store to pick some alcohol for the adults Their move to Venice is yet another new location for the couple’s increasingly nomadic existence In recent yearsthe Jolie-Pitts have lived in CambodiaFranceNew YorkNew Orleans and Los Angeles Their arrival in Venice comes after a low-key Valentine’s Day for the couplewho recently threatened legal action over reports they were about to split For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNeandertals and modern humans had a lot in common—at least enough to have babies together fairly often But what about their brains To answer that question scientists have looked at how Neandertal and modern human brains developed during the crucial time of early childhood In the first year of life modern human infants go through a growth spurt in several parts of the brain: the cerebellum the parietal lobes and the temporal lobes—key regions for language and social interaction Past studies suggested baby Neandertal brains developed more like the brains of chimpanzees without concentrated growth in any particular area But a new study casts doubt on that idea Scientists examined 15 Neandertal skulls including one newborn and a pair of children under the age of 2 By carefully imaging the skulls the team determined that Neandertal temporal lobes frontal lobes and cerebellums did in fact grow faster than the rest of the brain in early life a pattern very similar to modern humans they report today in Current Biology Scientists had overlooked that possibility the researchers say because Neandertals and Homo sapiens have such differently shaped skulls Modern humans’ rounded skull is a telltale marker of the growth spurt for example whereas Neandertals’ skulls were relatively flat on the top If Neandertals did in fact have fast developing cerebellums and temporal and frontal lobes they might have been more skilled at language and socializing than assumed scientists say This could in turn explain how the children of Neandertal–modern human pairings fared well enough to pass down their genes to so many us living todayBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: November 29 2017 5:58 pm Delhi smog (File) Related News The lung capacity of Indians is 30 per cent lower than North Americans or Europeans making them highly vulnerable to diabetes heart attacks or strokes says a top scientist Dr Anurag Agrawal director of the CSIR-Institute of Genomics & Integrative Biology (IGIB) believes air pollution along with ethnicity physical activity nutrition upbringing are the major factors behind this The Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar awardee has now undertaken a major study to pinpoint the relative contribution of these factors in his capacity as a senior fellow of the Wellcome Trust – DBT India Alliance Agrawal said according to data sourced from the American Thorasic Society the Forced Vital Capacity (FVC) of Indians was 30 per cent lower than North Americans or Europeans and marginally lower than the Chinese FVC is the total amount of air exhaled as hard and as fast as possible after maximum inhalation which he said was a major indicator of a person’s susceptibility to cardiovascular diseases even more than cholesterol “It means an average Indian being measured by American standards would fall into restrictive low lung function capacity People in this category have been shown to die much faster of diabetes heart attacks and stroke” Agrawal told PTI The Wellcome Trust/DBT India Alliance is an initiative funded equally by the Wellcome Trust UK and Department of Biotechnology India A recent study by the department of pulmonary medicine at the Vallabhbhai Patel Chest Institute found that the lung capacity of children in Delhi was 10 per cent lower than those in the US or those of Caucasian origin However in this case the researchers had developed India-specific norms in arriving at the conclusion to minimise possible errors arising out of direct comparison with American standards But Agrawal disagrees He said doing so just to make 90 per cent of Indians feel that they have normal lung capacity would be a “disservice” “Only if people are told they are at higher risk will they focus on nutrition lifestyle Of course air pollution is one part of the story The study I have undertaken will bring out whether we have genuinely healthy small lungs or diseased lungs” he said A report released by the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) yesterday says every third child in Delhi has impaired lungs CSIR-IGIB is an institute of Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) engaged in research of national importance in the areas of genomics molecular medicine bioinformatics proteomics and environmental biotechnology For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express AppPublished: June 13 2015 2:44 am A self-taught artist Nek Chand’s statues made from discarded glass and ceramic incorporate thrift humour and even the bizzare Related News Nek Chand the creator of the iconic Rock Garden in Chandigarh passed away on Friday at 90 Artists and writers remember him as a pioneer and dreamer who transformed waste into art Diwan Manna Photographer and Chairperson Chandigarh Lalit Kala Akademi Nek Chand and the Rock Garden have both fascinated me for the sheer genius they exude I have known Nek Chand since 1986 and I will always cherish conversations with him filled with humour and stories of Chandigarh as it was being developed Coming from Pakistan to the city Nek Chand had a zeal and commitment that was synonymous to the generation which saw Partition and built life from scratch I have interviewed him for a three-hour video for the archives of the Akademi and I hope we can screen the work at his memorial I have always wanted to make a film on the Rock Garden I consider Nek Chand one of the pioneers of new media art in the country H e was a simple man with his own style and a sharp intellect who loved food and life Ved Prakash Mehta Author Rock Garden and former civil servant A few months ago I wrote Rock Garden as a tribute to my friend and creator Nek Chand I was witness to his genius He began his career as a road supervisor He had a creative edge with which he transformed waste to artistic creations I saw the garden being created brick by brick We talked about his early childhood days and his love for creating earthen dolls mud figures of animals and birds He created the sculptures and objects made of stones collected from the Kaushalya river where he also found broken idols which he carried on his cycle carrier A closer look at the stones used in the collections in Phase One will reveal that these are broken images of temple structures which were destroyed by foreign invaders in medieval times and were thrown into the river I feel he deserves more admiration and accolades from the Administration Pooja Sood Director Khoj Studios It is an absolute loss He was a pioneer in understanding space; the way he used waste material years before it became fashionable I lived in Chandigarh for almost eight years and used to visit the Rock Garden often It is a beautiful tourist spot and from what I know Nek Chand was at his studio working almost every day Theatre director Neelam Man Singh who has staged performances at the garden has told me that even the acoustics of the place are fantastic; he understood that well Atul Dodiya Artist I never met him but the Rock Garden is remarkable public art and his demise is a great loss The fact that he could conceive this garden with so many sculptures — with materials such as ceramics and crockery to create human forms — at such a scale might be more imaginable to an artist today but back then for him to have done it is absolutely brilliant His understanding of scale and form is admirable Unfortunately we don’t have such public spaces in India any more Anjolie Ela Menon Artist About 20 years ago an expert from an American museum came to India to assess the state of contemporary Indian art To everyone’s surprise she declared that the only Indian artist who could be termed truly contemporary (as distinct from modern) was Nek Chand This maverick was so ahead of his time dealing with retrieved junk creating large-scale installations and incorporating thrift satire humour and even the bizarre into his very unique repertoire A great loss to Indian art For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App
the National Trust for Welfare of Persons with Autism, Related News FOUR PEOPLE in Deonar were arrested for stabbing an 18-year-old boy with a chopper after he refused to give one of the accused his mobile phone to make a call.where they are battling for their lives.I did not think we would outsell the estimate by five times. Marc PorterChristie’s Americas president and chairmansaid the auction was one of the most extraordinary sales Christie’s has ever had He called it a testament to the love of Elizabeth Taylor worldwide as well as to her collecting ability Other highlights included the Taj Mahal diamondanother gift from Burton marking Taylor’s 40th birthday It sold for $8818500a record for an Indian jewel The per-carat record for a ruby was also brokenby Burton’s Van Cleef & Arpels ruby-and-diamond ringa 1968 Christmas gift Another recordfor a tiarafell when her third husband Mike Todd’s 1957 gift to Taylor sold for $42 millionor about six times the estimate The Taylor auctions continue on Wednesday when the actress’ haute coutureincluding the dresses she wore from her two weddings to Burtonwill be sold Online auctions of some 1000 lower-priced items from Taylor’s estate are running concurrently For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Sanya (china) | Published: October 30 2010 11:49 pm Related News A tearfully smiling Alexandria Mills from the United States beat 119 beauties from across the world to win the coveted Miss World 2010 crown in a glittering ceremony 18-year-old Millsa High School Graduatebecame the 60th woman to win the blue tiara placed on her head by outgoing Miss World Kaiane Aldorino from Gibraltar Miss Botswana Emma Wareus and Miss Venezuela Adriana Vasini became the became the first and second runner-ups respectively India’s hopes to bring the Miss World title home was dashed when Manasvi Mamgai failed to make it to top 20 Millsin a white sequinned gownwon over the judges panel with her 30-second speech in the spotlight “I want to make an impact on others lives I want to help everyone that I possibly can It’ll be an honour to become Miss World 2010” said Millswho was announced the winner by Julia MorleyChairperson of the pageant The ceremony started with a traditional Chinese dancefollowed by the introduction of the Miss World contestants from all parts of the globe Puerto Rican singing sensation Carlos Aponte performed at the event All the Miss World contestants performed the ‘Dances of the World’ The act started with a performance by Brazilfollowed by Miss India World Manasvi Mamgaiwhodressed in a traditional Indian attire danced to ‘Dhai Shyam Rok Lai’ from the film ‘Devdas’ Subtitles Miss World Talent went to Ireland while Northern Ireland was named Miss World Sports Miss World Top Model title was won by Norway as Puerto Rico became Miss World Beach Beauty and Kenya was named Miss World Beauty with a Purpose The first Miss World competition was held in 1951 and Indiaalongwith Venezuelaholds the record of producing the most Miss Worlds till datewith five title-holders each The last winner from India was reigning Bollywood beauty Priyanka Chopra who brought home the title in 2000 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News They are allowed to bend their backs, The two had a fiery encounter during the Ashes in 2014 and there have been quite a few feuds between the two since. though temporarily necessary for revival of farming, “I will push for a package from the Centre for the farmers of Vidarbha and Marathwada, 2009 2:34 am Related News Council decision bans those aged above 30 from doing law courses Several students? Then came the gruesome murder of a rival bootlegger.
But away from the stage, Rakesh Bharti Mittal.