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Egypt needs to deal with Hamas because Hamas is a main player in the Palestinian arena and one day Egypt will find itself in a position to talk to Hamas if it wants to play a role in the Palestinian issue, Pointing out that Christian organisations like “India Journey of Compassion” are proclaiming that they have been successful in attracting 80, represented by the Tolmachevy Sisters, and there are so many subjects out there that we can choose from.Having said that I guess a biopic is based on true events and the audience relates more to it as they may have experienced something similar Frankly a film is a film and I would really not categorise it in specific slots and give a tag to it The moment this tag: ‘women-oriented’ films is chucked things will change but if you look at the opening figures of Mary Kom (over 7 crore) you will understand that a change has already set in All of us associated with the film were wondering about the fate of the film at the box-office and when it got the biggest opening for a female oriented movie we knew we had made history The weekend collections also crossed 20 crore which is almost the same as some of our hero-centric films I really cannot comment on whether the film did well because it had an A-lister star like Priyanka Chopra playing Mary Kom I also cannot predict that had I not taken Priyanka the figures would have been the same But I wanted people to see my film and it was a tough role which only a few could have done justice to Besides the notion that only a few directors are adept at handling such subjects is a fallacy But of course some sensitive subjects like child trafficking which was the central theme in Mardaani does require an imaginative director In fact even I was not aware that I could make a woman oriented film and I did it While making Mary Kom all that I focussed on was the character and not the gender of the protagonist It is important to mention here that the supporting cast in such a film is extremely important In Mary Kom all the other actors like Darshan Kumar and Sunil Thapa made Priyanka’s character look more real and convincing As told to Geety Sahgal For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by AMRUTA LAKHE | Published: February 17 2015 12:00 am Mumbai-based artist Prajakta Palav Aher’s installation shows plastic garlands Related News Threatening bird diseases genetically modified babies and the problem of plastic waste become the focal points for four contemporary artists as they discuss past present and future conflicts of the human race A woman impeccably dressed in black evening wear enters an enclosure that resembles a laboratory Tucking her hair carefully into a shower cap she puts on safety glasses and industrial rubber gloves A knife in hand she picks up one of the eight pillows that are placed in the enclosure and begins to attack it mercilessly tearing at the cover and pulling out the feathers This goes on for about 20 minutes until the enclosure is full of bird feathers from the slaughtered pillows This performance titled Screaming Feathers by Berlin-based artist Nezaket Ekici was conceived after the 2003-04 bird flu outbreak Deeply disturbed by the abuse of poultry during this period she reacted in protest “Through my performance I’m responding to the ill-treatment of birds by humans” she says adding “The sound of the screaming hen in the background the feathers that swirl around and my violent attack create a sense of discomfort and open the viewer’s eyes to the torture we are inflicting upon a species” Ekici’s performance opened the show titled “Dissonance: Transgressed boundaries between Desire and Fear” recently at the Percept Art Gallery in Mumbai “The concept was to highlight the problems the human race has brought upon itself We invited artists to react to global issues of say living under the constant threat of ecological crises the power of consumerism in our lives the overflow of data on social media and the desire to manufacture perfection in everything from crops to babies through genetic modification” says Jesal Thacker of the gallery who has curated the show along with Vienna-based curator Isin Onol While Ekici targets animal healthcare her contemporaries — Berlin-based Pinar Yoldas and Vienna-based Nita Tandon — contextualise their works in a more futuristic space Yoldas’ works “Design Babies” take the form of small eerie sculptures of human fetuses that are encased in glass jars The fetuses are adorned with colourful beads and hair extensions and represent the idea of extreme modification to fit idea of beauty Interested in neuroscience and bio-ethics Yoldas says “My work questions the limits to which human beings will alter the human biology going against the course of nature till they realise what they have done” Tandon imagines a similar dystopian society through her work Fingerprint Erased Through a performance video we see her physically scrape acyclic paint off a wall signifying the need to erase digital fingerprints being left behind with every new technology we embrace Closer home Mumbai-based Prajakta Palav Aher’s work is the result of a year-long project based on the issue of plastic waste She presents “plastic garlands” — plastic scraps tied together with white thread “When I began I understood that the labour class chasing the basic dream of roti kapda and makaan had little time to worry about waste and environment So I thought of explaining it to them in a way they could relate with” Aher says For a year she would lug along a bag filling it with plastic bottles wrappers bags and toys from the streets Then she would seat herself roadside and begin to make a mala out of the scrap “People recognise mala-making They’ve seen their mothers and grandmothers tie threads around fresh flowers to make a garland” says Aher This familiarity of ritual would draw them in and she’d invite them to join her starting a conversation about plastic and waste Having a dialogue was essential she says “Hawa and paani are not the only things that are polluted Talking helps people understand the urgency of this impending disaster” she says For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Goyal Divya | Ludhiana | Published: March 3 2015 4:15 am Waterlogged Panj Peer road in Ludhiana on Monday (Source: Express Photo by Gurmeet Singh) Related News It becomes difficult for the area residents near Panj Peer road ward number 55 of the city to walk on the road in the rain Dug up at various places to install storm water sewer lines the pathetic condition of the road has hit three schools in its vicinity and now students have even stopped coming to school on the days when it rains The entire area was flooded with knee-deep water as rain had been lashing the city since Sunday The attendance was negligible in Sahiwal Public School Royal Public School and S K Model School as not even half the students teachers and even class four staff turned up Talking to Newsline Alka Mehan principal of Sahiwal Public School said that students were not at fault as the condition of roads in the area was only getting pathetic with each passing month Share This Article Related Article The contractor in the area dug up the road to install sewer lines but the work has not been completed till now In fact he left the work midway as payments were not made by the Municipal Corporation Mehan said “We have decided to cooperate with students as they are at no fault No one can think of coming to this area especially when it rains Parents face a lot of problems when they come to pick or drop their children Even peons do not turn up and each day there is a constant fear of diseases getting spread Parents are actually worried about sending students here” She added that despite the multiple complaints and talks held with area councillor Balkar Singh from the Congress things never changed and ultimately they gave up “How many times should one talk or complain Today again the attendance in school was negligible Probably ours in the only country where schools are shut and we have to declare holidays on some roads because of poor quality of roads” said Mehan When contacted area councillor Balkar Singh said that it was because of lack of payments and financial crunch in the MC that the contractor had slowed down work “I asked the mayor multiple times to solve our problem and pay contractor but he did not give any satisfactory reply Payment is the only problem” he said Ravinder Garg executive engineer of the area however said that there was no problem of payment “The area is low-lying and residents demanded storm sewerage installation We have already submitted two bills of contractor of almost Rs 20 lakh and deadline to complete the work is June this year Till then people may have to face some problems” he said SAD-Congress fight over the project It is the same project for which Mayor Harcharan Singh Gohalwaria and Ludhiana west MLA Bharat Bhushan Ashu fought to claim credit for inauguration in September last Both the SAD and Congress fought to lay the foundation stone of the Rs 97 lakh storm water sewage project and ultimately it was inaugurated twice The contractor stalled work in October last due to non-payment of dues causing great inconvenience to residents on Panj Peer road The entire road stretch from Surya Vihar Colony to Baba Budha Sahib Gurdwara has been left dug up by the contractor MLA Ashu had claimed that it was because of efforts of councillor Balkar Singh that the project was passed Later the mayor claimed that it was political vendetta and the councillor himself asked the contractor to stop the work as the SAD-BJP had inaugurated the project The work is nowhere near completion as of now and affecting three schools in the area For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Karachi | Published: October 27 2014 3:24 pm Younis khan said the selectors must not dwell on the age factor before zeroing in on the final squad for the World Cup (Source: Reuters) Related News Pakistan’s man of the match in the first Test win over Australia in Dubai Younis Khan is keen to play in next year’s World Cup despite the national selectors sidelining him for the one-day series against the Australians Younis who scored twin centuries in the Dubai Test said he was ready to play in the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand if the selectors put faith in him “I just feel that the selectors should not take into consideration age position or colour while selecting teams No matter what age a batsman is if he is in form and has match fitness he should be selected to play in ODIs” Younis said on Geo Super channel “The idea should be to play the players in form Age should not be a bar If any player can serve Pakistan cricket in the World Cup he should be considered for selection It is about playing the right combination for a match or event” Younis said Younis who has become the highest Test century-maker for Pakistan with 26 hundreds after the Dubai Test said he was ready to play for Pakistan even in ODIs “Playing for Pakistan has been the biggest high for me and I have not given up hope of playing in the World Cup I will just try to carry on my form in the second Test against Australia and than we have three tests against New Zealand I will give it my best shot the rest is up to the selectors” he said Younis had lashed out at the selectors and the cricket board after he was dropped for the one-day series against Australia before the Tests and had blamed them for not showing respect to seniors like him Although Younis offered to also step down from the Test side he escaped disciplinary action from the board because of his seniority “I am really grateful to all those people who supported me in recent months especially the Pakistan media and my family and friends and people like Rashid Latif and Basit Ali who spoke up for me I am just happy I could live up to their faith in me” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News In fact.

fell into the 150-metre deep gorge killing 23 people, Many of the women have not been told the details of the incident yet, explained Krishnathe village sarpanchadding that most of the youths on the pilgrimage were aged between 18 and 25 year A group of 29 youths had gone on the pilgrimagedistrict officials saidadding that efforts were on to identify those missing Gurgaon district administration has sent of a team of officers led by Manesar Tehsildar K S Dhaka to assist the family members and villagers who have rushed to Uttarkashisaid the Deputy Commissioner Rajender Kataria The DC said he has requested his counterpart in Uttarkashi to get the postmortem done quickly so that the family members of the deceased do not face any hardships For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: August 31 2010 6:59 am Related News A woman doctor died after a speeding four-wheeler knocked down her scooter at Erandwane on Sunday morning The Kothrud police arrested the driver of the four-wheeler who is an an engineering student Police said victim Vaishali Vishwas Gund (45)a BAMS doctorof Manode Society near Vitthal Mandir in Karve Nagar was on her way to her clinic Police said Gund was going towards Rajaram bridge via 100 feet road in Erandwane when Rahul Pradeep Dhores (21) car knocked her down from the rear side The four-wheeler further went on to hit a motorcycle injuring its rider Jayant Nilkanth Talwar (41) Gund was rushed to Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital where she succumbed to her injuries Talwar lodged a police complaint against Dhore Police arrested Dhorean engineering student at a city collegeon charges of careless driving He washoweverreleased on bail by the court Senior police inspector Chandrakant Ghodke said Gund was a skin specialist and was running a clinic in Karve Nagar Police said her son is in the US and husband works with a private company in the city Meanwhile in another incidentdriver of a speeding car lost control and knocked down a pedestrianhit a car and then rammed into an ATM of Vishweshwar Bank near Manikbag Petrol Pump on Sinhagad Road around 715 am on Monday The Haveli police have booked the car driver Subhash Namdev Kumbhare of Wadgaon Budruk Rohan Anant Chitare (22) of Ambegaon Khurd has lodged the police complaint in this case According to the policeKumbhare was driving his car towards Pune on the wrong side of the road For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Chitleen K Sethi | Chandigarh | Published: March 22 2012 3:14 am Top News PGIMER has asked for land from the Greater Mohali Area Development Authority (GMADA) for the setting up of an extension in village Mullanpur near here The Institute has approached GMADA for almost 100 acres of land in the proposed medical hub Medicity being developed by the Authority in Mullanpur GMADA sources stated that following a set of meetings between the PGI director and GMADA officersthe Authority has offered 30 acres of land from the Medicity project for the setting up of certain satellite departments and research institutes of PGI The proposed Medicity is going to come up on almost 97 acres of land in Mullanpur Land for the project has already been acquired by the Authority Medicity has been conceived as a conglomerate of several private health care providers Although a final decision is yet to be taken regarding the mode of allotment of plots in the Medicitya certain percentage of the land is expected to be offered at subsidised rates to internationally acclaimed hospitals and medical research centres PGIs presence in Medicity is likely to attract several large private hospitals to the project Sources added that since PGI is a government bodyit might be given the land free or charged only the amount GMADA paid to the farmers for the acquisition A final decision in this regard is yet to be taken by GMADA The proposed Medicity campus is less than 5 km from PGIs current campus The SAS Nagar District Land Fixation Committee had recommended compensation of Rs 185 crore per acre to farmers for acquiring their land for Medicity However the landowners have been paid Rs 15 crore per acre and the land has been handed over to GMADA GMADA sources stated that PGIs extension campus would have at least four super-specialty and research institutesincluding a cancer research institute These satellite centres of the hospital would take off the extra burden on several centralised facilities at PGI The Institute has also put forth to GMADA that it wants enough area to house a residential complex for PGI staff too Sources added that PGI Director Dr Y K Chawla met GMADA officers in this regard HoweverGMADA said it could only offer 30 acres in Medicity to PGI A final decision on GMADAs proposal is yet to be taken by PGI Chawla could not be contacted despite repeated attempts It ishoweverlearnt that PGI might be taking the matter to the Institute body for a final decision For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top News but how many goes over the fence? A look at the break up: How Dhoni has scored runs in T20Is | Create Infographics The T20 World Cup brought Dhoni and his captaincy into the limelight. too said he will wait for an official communication from the AIBA before making any comment. It’s been a very, Ash’s voice is unique, But the boring lyrics and average composition makes you want to skip this one.