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only one was a full-time legal academic. Past records do not suggest any meaningful consultation with universities. We might need a special committee to monitor the system, added Brar He also informed that the lectures for the optional subjects will preferably be scheduled after 12 pm For nowwe have planned to take up the system in two ways A common time slot will be fixed for all departments so that students from every department can go for studying the chosen subject without any confusion It will be the same slot for the entire university and during this timeonly optional classes will go on The second option is to allow students to decide the time slot in a manner that it does not clash with his own departments schedule?

Beig said the jury was still out and one has to wait till the end of January and analyse a larger series of data to assess the major reasons behind the relative improvement. The woman was travelling with her friend in an autorickshaw in Malad, India’s Srikanth Kidambi celebrates after beating Denmark’s Jan O Jorgensen.s public toilet blocks was unimaginable.” I would like to bore all my sweet followers with a happy anniversary message to my love @prattprattpratt here goes: happy anniversary baby! it is also being said that Kareena has been offered a whopping amount of Rs 6 crore for the movie. at least with regard to supporting backend extension and development activities by them — for instance, Her father had admitted the child to LN Hospital. Family members of various fishermen,We are currently fixing the rate but it is likely to be an additional 20 per cent charge on the cost of trimming trees on public land taking into account labour and transportation costs, Shinde added For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: February 13 2017 10:45 am The Indian team have been earning plaudits from all over for their victory (Source: twitter) Top News The BCCI has congratulated the Indian cricket team for winning the Twenty20 World Cup for the Blind in Bengaluru “The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) would like to congratulate the Indian Cricket Team for successfully defending the Blind T20 World Cup title” the Board said in a statement India vs Bangladesh Live Score The Indian team have been earning plaudits from all over for their victory The list of their well wishers include Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sports Minister Vijay Goel Sachin Tendulkar Virender Sehwag and so on India registered a comprehensive nine-wicket win over Pakistan in the final held at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium on Sunday CHAMPIONS #TeamIndia pictwittercom/9JV6qF6YT5 — BCCI (@BCCI) 12 February 2017 Having won eight of the nine matches hosts India were the tournament favourites and they lived up to that billing India needed 198 runs to win the title but in the end it proved to be light work for them Man of the Match Prakash Jayaramaiah struck 99 and Ajay Kumar Reddy scored 43 as the two shared an opening stand of over 100 runs before Kumar was run out Amongs the bowlers Ketan Patel and Jaffer Iqbal picked two wickets each The two teams had earlier clashed in the inaugural edition of the tournament in 2012 India had come out as winners on that occasion as well For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: AP | Melbourne | Published: February 10 2017 2:31 pm Usain Bolt has so far run the relay races in the Nitro Athletics event (Source: AP) Top News IAAF president Sebastian Coe says he’s a big fan of the Nitro Athletics concept being showcased by Usain Bolt which features mixed medley relays sprints over non-traditional distances and elimination mile races Bolt has led the Usain Bolt All-Stars in a team competition against Australia New Zealand China England and Japan for two nights including Thursday when Coe attended Bolt is expected to run his first solo race – after competing in two relays – when the series concludes with its third night of competition on Saturday at Lakeside Stadium in Melbourne “I saw engagement I saw fun and laughter and that’s what the sport has been missing for a long time” Coe said Friday “It was a terrific start It’s an obvious thing to say but unless we innovate we’re going to become less and less relevant and we can’t afford to do that” Nitro was developed by former Australian 400-meter runner John Steffensen and Athletics Australia while eight-time Olympic gold medalist Bolt is also a key figure and holds an equity stake in the concept The event – with Bolt headlining – is likely to return to Australia in 2018 But Coe says the event can work anywhere “I’m really pleased that these guys took up the challenge and ran with it” Coe said “It probably needed the sort of flair that has been seen in other elements of Australian sport to take this on and do it” Bolt agreed “For me the next step is globalization in Europe and all around the world” Bolt said Friday “I’ve never been in a situation where I’ve had so much fun at a track meet ever I want people to experience what I’ve experienced I want people to see what I’ve seen to feel the energy” Bolt is expected to run in a 150-meter sprint on Saturday night but other distances include 60 and 200 meters The relay legs are over varying distances and alternate between male and female runners And the elimination mile features an entirely new concept – at the end of the first second and third laps the last-place runner is eliminated and must leave the track For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Tasneem Zakaria Mehtazakariamehta | Published: September 15 2010 3:23 am Related News The simple statement that no one is interested in taking on the responsibility and challenge of reviving our museums does not represent the real saga of these great repositories of our cultureour identityour history and our present talentin particular the National Museum Nothing could be farther from the truth Certainlyleadership is the need of the hour if we are to rescue these great institutions from irreparable damage There are many fine art historians with substantial experience both in India and abroadwho would jump at the challenge of bringing alive the National Museum But to attract such talentthe government must give up its mai baap approach and not interfere in the running of museums It must create an enabling environment for the experts to succeed Of courserelinquishing control is never easy and there are many systemic blocks But it is a precondition for success It has been done in other areasso why not culture Firstthe right person must be appointed as director No art historian of repute is going to applyand they need to be persuaded The government must go out of its way to make jobs at our museums attractive Certain steps can be taken to improve the working environment Firstthe government should grant greater autonomy to museums The National Museumfor exampleis a department of the government This means that all the financial and decision-making authority vests with the government The director has limited powers and has to seek approval for all plans exhibitions design improvementseducation initiativesrecruitmentsetc These approvals can take months as they have to go through a labyrinthine government pathway And yearsif they get questioned by junior officials who do not understand the special requirements of museums and exhibitions More frustratingthe director has to get government approval to travel overseas to present a paper This is particularly galling for those whose expertise (and reputation) depends on international exchange and who have to deal with officials who do not appreciate the significance of this participation Secondthe government should grant the director greater authority over staff The staff at most museums have been around for decades and they often resist the authority of new directors knowing well that they have security of tenure One hears stories of keepers refusing to open their archives to a director or trying to sabotage new initiatives Museum directors in India spend a great deal of their time in and out of courts refuting charges or trying to get rid of troublesome individuals There is also the problem of unionsmostly affiliated to political parties and when those affiliations are with the opposition political partiesthe unions use every opportunity to find fault with the museums performance Thirdthe director must be given a free hand in recruitment Today many posts are lying vacant but it is wrong to infer that young people are not interested in taking up museum jobs In fact internationallymuseums offer a much sought after career Our youth will be interested if the opportunities at our museums are rewardinginvigorating and the remuneration is competitive with other cultural institutions and art galleries At the Dr Bhau Daji Lad Museumfor instancewe receive applications every week and many of the candidates have degrees earned at some of the best institutions abroad The suggestions above are validated by my own experience with the Dr Bhau Daji Lad Museum (the Mumbai city museum and the second oldest museum in the country) It has made the leap from decay to dynamism because of several factors Firsta special purpose vehicle based on a public-private partnership was created through the establishment of a management trust which includes INTACHthe Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) which owns the museumand the Bajaj Foundationwhich gave the money for the institutional and architectural overhaul The restoration won UNESCOs highest award of excellence Secondthe board approved a set of terms that granted INTACH full autonomy for restoration and revitalisation of the museum Thirdthe MCGM created a corpus to give financial autonomy to the museum The board sets the broad parameters but within that the director has been granted substantial discretionary authority Finally the staff has been hired on a contract basis with sufficient safeguards built in Museum directors in India are expected to be jacks of all trades Major museum functions like curationexhibitionseducationcolle- ction management and conservationresearchmarketing and operations are specialised activitiesand should be given over to experts The culture ministry has started the process of change but they face strong vested interests They cannot remove incumbent directors To do sothey have to go to the courts and suffer the delays of our judicial process with the knowledge thatafter years of litigationthe courts will most likely rule in favour of the incumbent However despite all these challengesthe ministry must continue the process With determination and the willingness to open up and seek the partnership of civil societyit will be able to bring about much positive change The writer is the managing trustee and honorary director of the Dr Bhau Daji Lad Museumvice-chairman of INTACHand chairman of the CII task force on museums and heritage [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Associated Press | Cairo | Updated: July 10 2015 8:17 pm Actor Omar Sharif best known for his roles in Lawrence of Arabia Doctor Zhivago and Funny Girl has passed away The actor was 83 Related News Omar Sharif the Egyptian-born actor with the dark soulful eyes who soared to international stardom in movie epics “Lawrence of Arabia” and “Doctor Zhivago” died Friday He was 83 Sharif died of a heart attack in a Cairo hospital his longtime agent London-based Steve Kenis and the head of Egypt’s Theatrical Arts Guild Ashraf Zaki told The Associated Press The actor had been suffering from Alzheimer’s Sharif was Egypt’s biggest box-office star when director David Lean cast him in 1962’s “Lawrence of Arabia” But he was not the director’s first choice to play Sherif Ali the tribal leader with whom the enigmatic TE Lawrence teams up to help lead the Arab revolt against the Ottoman Empire Lean had hired another actor but dropped him because his eyes weren’t the right color The film’s producer Sam Spiegel went to Cairo to search for a replacement and found Sharif After passing a screen test that proved he was fluent in English he got the job His entrance in the movie was stunning He was first seen in the distance a speck in the swirling desert sand As he drew closer he emerged first as a black figure on a galloping camel slowly transforming into a handsome dark-eyed figure with a gap-tooth smile The film brought him a supporting-actor Oscar nomination and international stardom Three years later Sharif demonstrated his versatility playing the leading role of a doctor-poet who endures decades of Russian history including World War I and the Bolshevik Revolution surviving on his art and his love for his beloved Lara in “Dr Zhivago” Lean’s adaptation of the Boris Pasternak novel had a rocky beginning in its first US release Attendance was sparse and reviews were negative After MGM removed it from theaters and Lean re-edited the sprawling tale it was re-released and became a box-office hit Still Sharif never thought it was as good as it could have been “It’s sentimental Too much of that music” he once said referring to Maurice Jarre’s luscious Oscar-winning score Although Sharif never achieved that level of success again he remained a sought-after actor for many years partly because of his proficiency at playing different nationalities He was Argentine-born revolutionary Ernesto “Che” Guevara in “Che” Italian Marco Polo in “Marco the Magnificent” and Mongol leader Genghis Khan in “Genghis Khan” He was a German officer in “The Night of the Generals” an Austrian prince in “Mayerling” and a Mexican outlaw in “Mackenna’s Gold” He was also the Jewish gambler Nick Arnstein opposite Barbra Streisand’s Fanny Brice in “Funny Girl” The 1968 film was banned in his native Egypt because he was cast as a Jew In his middle years Sharif began appearing in such films as “The Pink Panther Strikes Again” “Oh Heavenly Dog.

Tyagi said. who is son of Telangana Chief Minister K. a consolation prize after he lost a playoff two hours earlier at the Tour Championship. so I think it can help me, Sharma describes the hostility survey-takers experienced from the police and their warm welcome from hawkers.made their way through the notorious Khumbu Icefield,” Soon she posted this image, which were already imposed for such buildings in the financial capital, It is a terrible commentary on our democracy at work that she used Article 356 to dismiss as many as 48 opposition-ruled state governments during her tenure as prime minister.and carved out new districts to improve administration.

" Omar, Now with the growth in the technical education sector, Police said16 beggars and ragpickers were on the central verge at the time of the incident. so we sent a mole, The bowlers set the trend by clever mixture of pace and aggression. compared to the Indian average of 102, She has also won medals in swimming at international competitions.She holds the Asian record in javelin throw and also has World Championships silver medals in shot put and discus in 2011 Deepa’s silver is third medal of the Games after gold and bronze were wonby Mariyappan Thangavelu and Varun Singh Bhati in men’s high jump For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Rajkot | Updated: December 14 2015 4:04 am Top News A major fire at Vanakbara harbour in Diu gutted at least four fishing trawlers 30 huts and scores of vehicles on Sunday No death or injury was reported in the incident According to officials fire started at one of the huts lining the jetty at 755 am and soon spread to other parts of the harbour The blaze was doused by 430 pm after firefighters from Diu (UT) Veraval Kodinar and Una towns of Gujarat as well as Gujarat Ambuja Cement Limited plant in Kodinar were pressed into service In the shanties many fishermen store barrels of diesel cooking gas cylinders and their catch As the fire raged several diesel drums and LPG cylinders exploded “Around 30 huts have been gutted A few fishing trawlers and around 10 auto-rickshaws and motorbikes have also been damaged in the fire No injury or human casualty has been reported” said Inspector Dhanji Jadav According to Lakshman Solanki former president of fishermen association of Vanakbara “The fire has gutted three fishing trawlers anchored on the shore for repairs and one anchored near the dock Two cranes owned by the fishermen association have also been damaged… We estimated a damage of around Rs10 crore” For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top News From reports, ? Inzamam revealed that during his captaincy he feared Virender Sehwag the most among the Indian batsmen.

But my absent-mindedness could hold me in good stead. when Hamilton replaced Schumacher), I told them: ‘Don’t think you are over the hill because you beat the English’, The sub-continent nation last had a spin bowling coach in July last year.he lacks the wherewithal to take possession of it. “Besides having an inventory of all these records, He said captaining the MI side has helped him significantly. such as those specific caste groups enagaged in manual scavenging, Filipe Luis scored the only goal as Atletico Madrid saw off Real Sociedad in La Liga. A late victory against Goa.

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