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With its stay order,agitators were adamant on restoration of power supply before going back to their homes.Rajgor had filed a case against Sharma and Barvalia in a Gandhinagar local court, national spokesperson of NSUI,some high-profile names such as former captain Anil Kumble,former Test all rounder and ex-team director Ravi Shastri andcurrent selection panel chief Sandeep Patil are among the 57who have applied for the coveted and high-profile job Shirke was non committal on when the new full-timehead coach for the team would be finalised “There was a criteria announced so as per the criteriawhoever will be eligible that will be announced There is no deadline as such the process has to be completed and as soonas the process is completed the final selections will be announced” he quipped “All I can say is that there are meritorious foreignersand meritorious Indians (who have sought the job)” he added Shirke said that all Test match staging associationshave been asked to send in suggestions to the BCCI forattracting more spectators for the most traditional form ofthe game which would be deliberated on June 24 at the Board’sWorking Committee meeting in Dharamsala “Test cricket has been experiencing reducing viewership The president (Anurag Thakur) is very keen that side of thegame should also be developed and not be neglected Thereforewe have asked all the staging associations to make suggestionsto improve attendances and each of them is going to come upwith ideas and there will be an exchange of ideas” saidShirke “This exercise is to make sure that there will be moreattendance and it will be deliberated during the workingcommittee meeting in Dharamsala” he added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sankhayan Ghosh | Mumbai | Published: June 26 2014 12:38 am Aghori sadhus Top News Pankaj Purohit was barely 15 when he first met an Aghori He was playing cricket outside their house in Ratlam Madhya Pradesh when he was summoned inside by his father A Brahmin family with orthodox beliefs it was a momentous occasion for his parents who wanted their son to be blessed by the “holy man” paying them a visit The man’s appearance — stained teeth and ash-laden beard with dirt all over him — made a strange vivid impact on Purohit’s mind The encounter raised a question in his mind: “Why are such men who eat human flesh considered to be holy” It is this thought that drove Purohit now 36 to make his first feature-length documentary film Belly of the Tantra The film will have its India premiere today at the National Center for the Performing Arts (NCPA) Mumbai Belly of the Tantra looks into the edgy and mystical lives of Aghoris the “ancient and eccentric sect of Hinduism” known to live on cremation grounds along the Ganges The Aghoris have “sparked much controversy and significant taboo” with their radical religious practice from worshipping the vagina and eating the flesh of dead humans to drinking blood some of which Purohit and his producer Babita Modgil experienced while shooting the film The two had to blend in with the Aghoris and film them gonzo-style mostly without their knowledge as is evident from the sometimes jerky low-light and odd-angle shots “In order to be with them you have to be one of them Once we were at Tarapith in West Bengal sitting with an Aghori along with his followers at 2 am He brought a half-broken human skull which they use as a container In it there was urine mixed with liquor which was then offered as prasad to his followers We had no choice but to drink it too” says Purohit who has been interested in spirituality various cults and religions from a young age He took to Christianity while studying in the US and is currently into Buddhism The Aghoris who seek nirvana through extreme rituals fascinated him Purohit got to observe them closely while studying Hindustani classical music in Varanasi when he would spend hours with them having conversations about spirituality He co-wrote a psychological thriller about a human flesh eater who falls in love with an anthropology student from abroad This he developed into a feature film script and wanted Irrfan to play the lead When it didn’t materialise he moved on to make this documentary in 2011 Purohit’s film doesn’t take a moral stand on the Aghoris and instead leads us to Varanasi Tarapith Ujjain Guwahati and Nepal giving us a rare glimpse into their world “challenging notions of faith and the limits to which one can go” Full of striking stories and visuals the film which was completed in 2012 didn’t get a screening in India as the Censor Board did not give a clearance following an objection by Animal Welfare Board of India “The Censor Board wanted visuals of frontal nudity and animal killings removed I was firm about not letting the visuals go” says Purohit who studied direction at the University of California Belly of the Tantra has done the rounds of foreign film festivals including being the official selection in IFF Berlin (Babylon) and Cine-Rebis London Apart from its NCPA screening today the uncut version of the film is likely to be shown at the India Habitat Centre Delhi next month However Purohit is also in talks with PVR about a “more moderate” version for a wider release [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Press Trust of India | London | Published: August 19 2014 4:01 pm Kareena Kapoor donated her famous ‘Chammak Chalo’ red saree from ‘RaOne’ for the replica Related News Actress Kareena Kapoor’s wax statue at Madam Tussauds has undergone a style change with the actress donating her famous ‘Chammak Chalo’ red saree from ‘RaOne’ for the replica The statue was earlier styled in the black tank top and harem pants that Kareena wore in ‘Mauza hi mauza’ song from ‘Jab We Met’ The actress 33 who was in the city to celebrate the 44th birthday of actor-husband Saif Ali Khan visited Madam Tussauds to get her photos click with the newly styled replica “The saree looks really pretty really spectacular – and I always think that the figure’s eyes are just like mine” Kareena said in a statement on the Tussauds’ website IN PICS: Waxed When Kareena met herself at Madame Tussauds “I wanted my fans to see my figure in an outfit that was known and loved from one of my films and my favourite outfit to wear out is a saree so I jumped at the chance to redress my Madame Tussauds figure in one This is a moment I’ll treasure forever” she added The statue will be kept in the attraction’s Bollywood area until late summer before returning to Madame Tussauds Blackpool The figure took four months and 150000 pounds to complete Other Bollywood celebrities who have their wax statues are Amitabh Bachchan Shah Rukh Khan Aishwarya Rai and Hrithik Roshan Tussauds is planning to add another Bollywood heroine’s statue by next year The name would be decided through voting by fans For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAt least five ventilators will be kept aside for swine flu patients and a dedicated ward will be opened for them like last year, said Dr AK BhattChief Medical Superintendent of SGPGI For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Tulsa | Published: June 10 2017 10:43 am Three Oklahoma law enforcement officers fatally shot a black man while trying to pick him up for a mental health issue triggering a protest on a city street that prompted dozens of officers in riot gear showing force (Representational Image) Top News Three Oklahoma law enforcement officers fatally shot a black man while trying to pick him up for a mental health issue triggering a protest on a city street that prompted dozens of officers in riot gear showing force Tulsa County sheriff’s deputies were attempting to pick up 29-year-old Joshua Barre near his house on Friday but the man walked away and to a nearby convenience store instead Tulsa police spokesman Leland Ashley said Two deputies and a Tulsa police officer opened fire before Barre could enter the store when they discovered that he was carrying two knives and became concerned about the safety of the people who were inside the business Ashley said The deputies who fired the shots are white and the police officer is black All three have been put on routine administrative leave It’s not clear how many times Barre was struck Ashley said authorities are reviewing footage believed to have been recorded by police dashboard and store surveillance cameras He said an officer’s body camera also might have captured what happened Deputies had gone to Barre’s home several times since a civil mental health pickup order was issued May 31 police and the sheriff’s office said last night in a joint statement On June 1 and 7 he made threats about what he would do if they forced their way inside his home and they left since he was no immediate threat to the public according to the statement On June 5 they couldn’t find him It was different on Friday when four 911 callers reported seeing Barre walking the streets with two large knives and threatening people the statement said When Barre approached the convenience store deputies ordered him to stop A deputy used his stun gun on Barre but it “had no effect” the statement said Deputies and a police officer began shooting when Barre opened the door to the store to go inside Dozens of black residents gathered at an intersection near the store within minutes of the shooting on Tulsa’s north side Some shouted “Hands up don’t shoot” At least two dozen officers and deputies wearing riot gear assembled in the store’s parking lot The crowd of residents eventually dispersed Some residents questioned why officers didn’t use less lethal means to restrain Barre given his fragile mental state The shooting comes about three weeks after jurors acquitted a white Tulsa police officer of manslaughter in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man last year The verdict in favor of Betty Jo Shelby who was allowed to return to the force sparked peaceful protests and calls from community leaders and family members of 40-year-old Terence Crutcher to demand more accountability from the police Civil rights groups called on police and the sheriff’s office to turn the investigation of Friday’s shooting over to an independent agency Not doing so “will continue to erode the already fragile trust that exists” between law enforcement and the community said Ryan Kiesel executive director of Oklahoma’s American Civil Liberties Union chapter Cleo Harris who stood behind the yellow tape that authorities used to cordon off the scene said blacks like him who live on the city’s north side are fed up with what they perceive as a double standard in how the city is policed “People are upset they’re tired” the 50-year-old Harris said “Black residents in north Tulsa want to be treated the same way (police) treat residents on the south side” Barre’s next-door neighbour Angelica Hearn 33 said: “He didn’t bother no one The police should’ve sent someone equipped to handle this” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: February 10 2011 1:56 am Related News We never issued any directions to private schools on nursery age criteria… it was a misinterpretation Terming it a “clarification” and not a “direction”the Chandigarh Administration today submitted that it never issued any directions to private schools with regard to the age criteria for nursery classes Labelling it a case of “misinterpretation”the UT today contended that the private schools mistook a clarification issued by the Administration as a direction An affidavit to this effect was filed by Ajoy SharmaDirector Public InstructionsSchools [DPI(S) The affidavit was placed on record by the senior standing counsel for the UT AdministrationAdvocate Sanjay Kaushal Justice Mahesh Grover of the Punjab and Haryana High Courtafter recording the contentions of all the partiesreserved orders today over a petition challenging the age criterion being adopted by the private schools for admission to nursery classes “The private schools in Chandigarh had been following their own criteria with regard to age for admission and the Chandigarh Administration had not issued a circular in this regard Howeverafter coming into force of the Right to Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act2009there was confusion in the minds of parents as well as certain private institutions Various queries were being addressed to the Administration by the parents and schools for clarification in this regard Pursuant to these queriesthe Administration issued a clarificatory circular in which it was informed that the age criteria would be three-plus years for pre-nursery and five-plus for class 1 It would be in the fitness of things to reiterate that this was not a direction to private schools” reads the reply The response further states that “the private schools however took this circular to be a direction by the Administration and displayed the same on their notice board This anomalous situation arose because of a misinterpretation of the circular (dated January 142011) which was never intended to be a direction but was in the form of a clarification” The Administration has further stated that “many parents also approached the then DPI (Schools) and Education Secretary with their grievances On hearing the grievances of the parentsthe principals of the respective schools were summoned by the then DPI(S) and after a detailed discussionit was decided that the old criteria being followed by the schools should be followed for the present academic year” The Administration has added that it is following a uniform policy for admission to Government schools in Chandigarh The petitioners in the case have challenged the rules adopted by the private schools The petitioners17 in allhave sought directions to amend the rules being adopted by the private schools As an interim reliefthe High Court had directed the schools and UT Administration to accept application forms of students above three years of age For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Agence France Presse | Los Angeles | Published: November 27 2014 11:55 am Related News The United States celebrities called for a boycott to take place Friday- one of the busiest US shopping days- to protest a grand jury’s decision not to prosecute a police officer who fatally shot a black teen A number of well-known figures among them hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons have signed onto the action under the Twitter hashtags #NotOneDime and #BlackoutBlackFriday “We have the power to change our nation Stand up with @UnitedBlackout on #BlackoutBlackFriday” tweeted one of the supporters actress Kat Graham who stars in TV series “The Vampire Diaries” Also backing the campaign were TV star Jesse Williams and celebrated journalist Soledad O’Brien among others “No Just No Profit Corporate/public power only speaks USD So let’s talk to ’em” Williams tweeted along with a link to a video compilation of police brutality Black Friday is a day of deep commercial discounts and frenzied shopping which takes place each year after the Thursday Thanksgiving holiday in the United States The planned campaign calls for a one-day moratorium on spending to protest what it calls “staggering” human rights violations in the United States including police brutality The boycott was prompted by widespread outrage after a grand jury on Monday failed to indict a white police officer in Ferguson Missouri who shot and killed black 18-year-old Michael Brown in August Protests erupted across the US after the decision America’s 43 million black citizens will hold about USD 11 trillion in purchasing power by 2015 a Nielsen study said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More 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