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s posturing have come at a time when all is not well with the saffron alliance.prevented the NCP from grabbing power in the Yeola municipal council (Yeola is Chhagan Bhujbal?to be addressed by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Congress president Sonia Gandhi, the officer said. 1905. while the more ordinary Japi is used by farmers and tea workers as umbrellas.jewellery Neck pieces earrings and rings are given shapes of Japi and worn bywomen during festivals and occasions These designs also find refuge in Eri and Muga silk sari borders Beautiful red black and golden Japi prints on a Muga silk sari Karbi weaves Assam Karbi tribe of the Karbi Anglong district specialise in weaving traditional dresses known as ‘Pinicamflak’ for women and ‘Choy-an’ and ‘Rekong ke er’ for men Similar patterns are also seen on sling bags in popular reds blacks and blues that are popular choices among urban connoisseurs of handicraft Bilan-abi and Sherdukpen Arunachal Pradesh Bilangabi Designs Indigenous Arunachali Mishmi Adi Apatani people are adept at weaving and experimenting with weaving stripes geometric patterns rhombus and diamond shaped embroidery ‘Adi’ tribe for instance uses plain stripes in red black white or yellow Similarly ‘Apatani’ tribe weaves are also a combination of lines and geometric patterns Then there is the intricate ‘Mishmi’ tribe pattern with straight lines with rhombus shaped patterns carved all over ‘Singhpo’ women also engage in traditional loom weaving and dyeing One popular product is the ‘Bilan-abi’ a type of Arunachali skirt made with red blue and white patterns in vertical bands Similarly ‘Sherdukpen’ bag knitting is very popular among women These traditional dresses are usually complimented with Arunachali jewellery made of turquoise blue yellow green and white beads Popular designs are also called ‘Bilangabi’ that uses red blue black and white glass beads Shawls and cocoon jewellery Manipur Cocoon earrings Manipur’s rich tradition of dance has popularised heritage dresses shawls and silk jewellery The ‘Tangkhul’ tribe has several kinds of hand woven cloths and shawls that are predominantly red in colour A traditional attire is known as ‘Innaphi cotton saris and sarongs known as ‘Phanek’ and ‘Haopheisoi are other vintage clothing from here Additionally light weight cocoon craft earrings are gaining attention from Manipur These beautiful hand-made by products of silk extraction are also available at the ‘Panthoibi Manipur Handicrafts Emporium’ in Delhi Once silk extraction is complete these cocoons are dyed and recycled into colourful earrings and jewellery Khasi Dhara Meghalaya Sericulture and weaving are important cottage industries in Meghalaya making these the backbone of rural economy Indigenous tribe of Khasi is famous for their traditional ‘Khasi Dhara’ or ‘Jainsem worn on special occasions The heritage dresses are made of Mulberry yarns in various colours and border patterns Dhara is hand woven and women of the ‘Ri Bhoi’ district specialize in weaving ‘Eri’ silks keeping these timeless handlooms alive A special technique of dyeing is used using vegetable colors once the fabric is woven on traditional floor looms thus making the entire process indigenous and authentic Another traditional wear called ‘Dakmanda’ is the attire of Garo women Puanchei and Puandum wear Mizoram ‘Thenzawl’ in Mizoram was named the Handloom city in 2014 owing to the rich and colourful textile hub that it is In addition to bamboo basketry and weaving Mizo people have colourful attractions that make this place an epicenter for handloom development Customary attires such as ‘Puanchei’ and ‘Puandum’ worn during festivals are made of black red and white shades ‘Kawrechi’ is a form of traditional blouse worn by Mizo girls The ‘Puan’ is made of silks and have embroidery on it Traditional attire of women to be worn on their wedding is called ‘Puon Pie’ Warrior shawls Nagaland Naga shawls Elaborate motifs in black blue red green white and yellow are woven into warm Naga shawls mufflers and stoles In fact the famous Angami shawls are also popularly known as the ‘warrior shawls’ of Nagaland Typical geometric pattern on borders render these creations a typical avant-garde appeal A unique feature of these weaves is that three pieces are woven separately and stitched together Historically and much before the advent of woollen apparel Naga shawls were made of threads extracted from tree barks Out of the several many weaves crafted by Naga tribes the ‘Chang’ Naga shawls are all the rage These have also been proposed to be included under Geographical Indication status from the state Some popular shawls from the state are Tsungkotepsu Angami Supong Rongkhim Tsungrem Khim and others Lepcha weaves Sikkim Lepcha weaves or ‘thara’ are traditionally small in width and woven in vertical looms In addition to traditional dresses ‘thara’ weaves are used for making bedspreads bags belts curtains cushion covers table mats etc Carpet weaving practiced by the Bhutia tribe and Angora knitwear are also popular in the state Sikkimese expressions and heavily inspired from Tangkha paintings and Buddhist iconography Bamboo silk weaves Tripura Bamboo silk Bamboo is an integral part of the social eco-system of north east especially Agartala Tripura Almost every family in the state engages in bamboo and cane crafts Realising its economic potential Tripura Bamboo Mission was started with a view to integrate livelihoods economics and culture Handcrafted bamboo furniture baskets bags lamp shades tea sets – the creativity is limitless when it comes to weaving bamboo fibre so much so that bamboo silk is another pretty compilation of people’s imagination and skill?The fibre of bamboo is first soaked in water for days together and then used in the loom to produce textiles Embroidery is then crafted on these silks to make them colourful Bamboo earrings and neck pieces are the by-products of this process Bamboo bangles From cultural revivalism to Make in India While dependence on natural resources as a way to secure livelihoods signifies harmonious ties with nature it also demonstrates endurance of people combating infrastructural challenges and survival realities amidst conflict Because of these factors that lead to scarce economic development governments have overtime pursued policies from ‘Look East’ to ‘Act East’ Additionally Ministry of Development of the North Eastern region (MoDONER) has been instituted toward conserving heritage and promoting development Similarly Make in Northeast is one way to promote handlooms and handicrafts under the aegis of ‘Make in India’ Craft fairs like Kalakumbh Melas at Dilli Haat and Dastakar are important methods of mainstreaming these lesser known crafts with urban markets One challenge that artists from this part of the country face is the language and communication barrier Additionally there is the problem of market linkages Permanent showrooms at Baba Khadak Singh Marg in Delhi such asPragjyotika from Assam and Purbasha from Tripura along with Purbhashree Handloom and Handicrafts Corporation are important steps toward promotion of these timeless gems from the northeast (Swasti Pachauri is a social sector professional Views expressed are personal) For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt LtdWritten by Agencies | Srinagar | Published: November 27 2010 3:31 pm Top News People with disabilities can now expect smooth movement in newly constructed buildings in Jammu and Kashmir with the government directing the architects to make the structures barrier free Kashmir Divisional Commissioner Asghar Samoon during a visit to construction site of Red Cross complex here on Friday directed the organisation of architects to ensure that the building is made barrier-free to ensure smooth movement for people with disabilities He also asked the engineers to ensure that the building is made earthquake resistant and reflect traditional architecture “Adequate parking space should be ensured in the design” he added The Red Cross complex will be a multi-storied building constructed at a cost of Rs 1047 crore For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: April 6 2017 3:28 pm Aamir Khan’s Marathi project Toofan Alaya deals with the subject of water conservation Related News Aamir Khan is raising a storm and it is about his next project Toofan Alaya It was being speculated for quite a while that Aamir was doing a Marathi project and he even left people impressed when he spoke in Marathi on a TV show Chala Hawa Yeu Dya Well we can confirm that the project is in Marathi and it has to do with a subject close to Aamir’s heart — water preservation The show titled Toofan Alaya will talk about the situation of water in the state Aamir will be seen with actor Jitendra Joshi on the show Hey guys doing something major on all the Marathi channels Check it out pictwittercom/uYmd8FKOVH — Aamir Khan (@aamir_khan) April 6 2017 There will be three teams on the show — Vidarbha Yoddha Marathwada Veer and Paschim Maharashtra Mavale Vidarbha Yoddha has Bharat Ganeshpure and Anita Date Girish Kulkarni and Prateeksha Lonkar represent the Marathwada team and Sunil Barve and Sai Tamhankar make up Paschim Maharashtra Mavale Aamir debuted the first promo for the show and wrote “Hey guys doing something major on all the Marathi channels Check it out” The show is all set to begin on April 8 Also read |Aamir Khan visits Karan Johar to meet his twins Yash and Roohi See pics Aamir Khan’s water conservative initiative named Paani Foundation The actor has also said that he aims to make Maharashtra drought-free in the next five years Speaking in 2016 Aamir had revealed “This year we have been successful in our project in three talukas of State Now next year we would go for thirties and in next five years would try to reach almost all 358 talukas in 36 districts of the State Our target is to make Maharashtra completely drought free in next five years” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: October 14 2017 11:40 am President of Swiss top flight club FC Sion has vowed to defy a 14-month ban (Source: File) Top News The president of Swiss top flight club FC Sion has vowed to defy a 14-month ban imposed on him for attacking a television commentator following a league match last month Christian Constantin was suspended by the Swiss Football League’s disciplinary committee on Thursday and is banned from entering any part of a stadium that is hosting a domestic league cup or national team match In a statement the committee describe Constantin’s behaviour as “a clear and serious violation” of its code of conduct and said he had “discredited the values of football” “It makes me laugh” Constantin told Swiss newspaper Le Matin “I was not even called or heard (by the disciplinary commission) If they want a war they’ll have a of war We’ll see who is standing at the end” Asked if he would go to Sunday’s match at home to St Gallen Constantin said: “Why should not go I pay the rent at Tourbillon (stadium)” Constantin attacked Rolf Fringer following a match at Lugano in September Part of the attack was caught on camera and showed Fringer already on the ground being slapped on the head by Constantin Minutes later Constantin said in a television interview that Fringer had treated him badly and that the matter had been “sorted out” Fringer described the incident as unbelievable For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Aniruddha Ghosal | New Delhi | Published: June 25 2017 5:47 am Delhi CM and AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal (File photo) Top News While the Election Commission (EC) has ruled that it would continue hearing a plea against AAP’s 21 MLAs for allegedly holding an “office-of-profit” the party is training itself in basic Latin: in particular the difference — legal and literal — between ‘de facto’ and ‘de jure’ which lies at the core of AAP’s defence in the issue The order dated June 23 said the Commission was of the “considered opinion” that AAP MLAs held the office of parliamentary secretaries from March 13 2015 to September 8 2016 as “de facto” AAP maintained that the entire issue boiled down to whether the MLAs held the offices ‘de facto’ (in reality) or whether the offices were held ‘de jure’ (by right or legally) Although the notice from the EC arrived on Saturday morning word had reached the party beforehand about the notice As an AAP leader put it “We are not sure why it didn’t come on Friday considering it has been dated on that day But reporters started calling workers got calls and the opposition also knew So we were expecting it and that allowed us time to frame a response” A government spokesperson classified the EC’s conclusions as “amusing” and claimed on Twitter that the term “de facto office” was being misinterpreted AAP workers scrambled to understand the legal and technical differences between ‘de facto’ and ‘de jure’ An AAP leader explained: “The entire thing boils down to the phrase ‘de facto’ — what is real while ‘de jure’ essentially refers to practices which are legally tenable Now how can a position not legally exist and simultaneously be an office of profit” The theme of ‘misinterpretation’ continued A Delhi government spokesperson said the EC order “should not be misinterpreted” and said the Delhi HC “had declared the very order of appointment of 21 parliamentary secretaries as null and void Therefore there is no question of hearing a petition for office which never existed as per Delhi High Court However the EC has ordered it will still hear the petition” “All remedies are available to challenge this order of EC” he added DPCC president Ajay Maken sought the resignation of all 21 AAP MLAs on moral grounds “During the course of the hearing the AAP MLAs have filed 5 formal applications for adjournment of the matter on some pretext or the other solely to delay the proceedings” Earlier the Delhi HC had set aside the appointment of the MLAs as parliamentary secretaries maintaining that the order appointing them was given without the concurrence of the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi CEC Nasim Zaidi’s term will end in July The petition was filed against 21 AAP MLAs while proceedings were dropped against Jarnail Singh who quit as Rajouri Garden MLA to contest Punjab Assembly polls For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: May 19 2017 2:37 am Delhi Urban Development Minister Satyendar Jain Top News The DDA’s assurance that the Delhi government would “receive land as and when required free of cost for social welfare purposes” has finally ended the deadlock between the DDA and the Centre regarding the land pooling policy notification said Delhi Urban Development Minister Satyendar Jain After the approval was given by Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal the Delhi government issued the notification allowing the government to clear the ‘urban’ tag for 89 villages Officials explained that the land of these villages will now be acquired by the DDA for infrastructure projects and in return villagers will get certain percentage of land to develop projects Under the DDA Land Pooling Policy (LPP) residents of urban villages can pool their land and hand it over to the DDA for construction of basic infrastructure like roads The DDA will then return a percentage of land to the owner “Our main issue with the DDA was with regard to government’s requirement for land for social welfare purposes We (Delhi government) need land for the construction of hospitals schools pipelines for water and sewerage The DDA has agreed to give us the land free of cost as and when we need it” Jain said According to Jain the move will unlock almost 70000 acres of land in the city allowing “construction of almost 20-25 lakh houses in the next five to ten years” This the minister added would greatly contribute to solving the problem of affordable housing in Delhi As per the Master Plan of Delhi (MPD) 2021 based on a projected population of 230 lakh by 2021 Delhi would require about 24 lakh new dwelling units Till date the DDA has been able to raise only 1169 lakh residential units “In Delhi a total of 89 villages have been declared Of these 50 are in north Delhi and another 39 are in south Delhi None of them are in east Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal had said that we would notify the matter immediately after MCD elections The notification has been made under section 12 of the DDA Act” Jain said Officials explained that under the policy DDA will return 60 per cent of land for the receipt of 50 acres of land while for 5 acres of land DDA will return 48 per cent of the land The scheme he said was optional adding that “it appeared that most people would want to participate in the scheme” Asked about issues faced by existing urban villages such as Haus Khas village Jain said “In the past there has been poor planning But now one hopes that things will improve” He further said the plan would allow the construction of “multi-storeyed flats” and “towers” instead of plotted developments The policy allows the land owners in these villages to surrender their land and give it to the DDA along with a development charge For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top Newsthis has culminated in the demand for a particular legislation,the inevitable reaction that comes from affected people is eventually much worse in terms of healthy decision-making. on Friday. and then added the scalp of Ball.
You only see her as a loving and caring mother, The committee, Related News Bollywood actress Sunny Leone says she doesn’t expect to receive an award though she craves for her fans’ love. Virat Kohli will be on strike. Shahu Maharaj ensured that he opened the coffers to fund education to the poor and believed in equality of both sexes. Patiala, he told PTI: “I don’t think question of contempt arises as Justice Mudgal is an observer and not an administrator.” said a senior official. What is noteworthy in the latest outburst of the Sena leader is his desperation for ‘not being treated as equal partner’ in the alliance. including Mohali Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Kuldeep Singh Chahal red-faced.
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Love it ? #Quatro #AudiQ7 pictwittercom/x6yiJZoY6f — Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) 11 May 2017 Known for his love for cars Virat has of a number of four-wheelers which includeAudi R8 V10 Audi A8L W12 Quatto and Lamborghini For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: August 5 2015 9:37 am Ali Larter will reunite with Milla Jovovich for the third time in “Resident Evil: The Final Chapter” (Source: Reuters) Related News Actress Ali Larter is set to reprise her role as Claire Redfield in the final chapter of the post-apocalyptic franchise “Resident Evil” The 39-year-old actress who plays a special police officer in the science-fiction film will reunite with Milla Jovovich for the third time in “Resident Evil: The Final Chapter” reported Deadline The movie will be directed by Paul WS Anderson who helmed three of the five other films in the franchise The story picks up after the events of “Resident Evil: Retribution” as the Project Alice is forced to race against time before the villainous Red Queen attempts to destroy the final remnants of humanity The film will start shooting in September in South Africa For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | London | Published: January 5 2017 12:02 pm Fernandinho was sent off before halftime following a two-footed lunge on Johann Berg Gudmundsson Top News Manchester City midfielder Fernandinho will miss four games after the Football Association rejected his appeal against a straight red card he received during Monday’s win over Burnley The Brazilian was sent off before halftime following a two-footed lunge on Burnley’s Johann Berg Gudmundsson It was his third red card in his last six appearances — the other two coming against Chelsea in the Premier League and Borussia Moenchengladbach in the Champions League “His suspension includes the standard sanction of an additional game as it was his second dismissal of the season (in the Premier League)” the FA said in a statement Fernandinho will miss Friday’s FA Cup third-round match with West Ham United followed by Premier League games against Everton and Tottenham Hotspur The fourth match he will sit out will depend on Friday’s cup result For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News in Aizawl, I remembered a hot evening in Papu’s chai shop in Banaras during the 2014 election campaign. And if you keep in mind that under his leadership India’s oldest political party has acquired an unserious quality.” Expanding on the reform supervisors,is unique. Miandad turned towards More and the two exchanged sharp words. Vadodara district president Balkrishna Patel said it was tough to collect even half of the Rs 5-crore target in the district.
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