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which experts said might have accelerated the inferno that consumed the entire block in just 15 minutes. Price of a bunch of methi has come down to Rs 8-10 from Rs 12-15 a few weeks ago, said Vilas Bhujabala wholesaler Price of green peahoweverremained high On Mondaygreen peas were being sold at Rs120 a kg For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: March 31 2012 1:48 am Related News On the backfoot from his own partymen over the drubbing the Congress party received in the just concluded Assembly electionsstate Congress chief Captain Amarinder Singh on Friday asserted his authority by assigning the job of preparing ground in the key parliamentary constituencies for the 2014 Lok Sabha elections to his loyalists He assigned 13 parliamentary constituencies to senior leadersvice-presidents and general secretaries of Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee Amarinder loyalist Chaudhary Jagjit Singh has been appointed in charge of Amritsar parliamentary constituencyKewal Singh Dhillon for Ferozepur (he normally contests from Barnala)Rana Gurmeet Singh Sodhi for Anandpur Sahib (he contests from Guruharsahai in Ferozepur)Ashwani Shekhri for Ludhiana (contests from Batala)Sukh Sarkaria for Khadoor SahibRana Gurjeet Singh for Gurdaspur and OP Soni of Jalandhar Another trusted aideKushaldeep Singh Dhillon has been made in charge of Bathinda Defeated MLAs have also made to the list They include Harmander Jassiwho has been made in charge of HoshiarpurRC Dogra for Fatehgarh Sahib and Rana KP for Patiala Fateh Singh Bajwabrother of Gurdaspur MP Pratap Bajwahas been made in charge of Faridkot parliamentary constituency Aruna Choudhary is the in charge of Sangrur Vikram Bajwason-in-law of former PPCC vice president Laal Singhwill continue to be the overall in charge of the head office and frontal organisations CLP leader Rajinder Kaur Bhattal will be attached with Lal Singh for frontal organisations while Capt Sandeep Sandhuwill be in charge office and attached with Lal Singh For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tabassum Barnagarwala | Mumbai | Published: September 25 2017 6:29 am The street was named after a stone quarry called Veera Desai and Company that functioned in the 1950s (Source: Express Photo/Santosh Parab) Related News OVER SEVEN decades ago this kaccha lane was uneven constructed only to ease movement for factory workers As the day wore on the lane would gather dust from the nearby stone quarry Today Veera Desai Road and the lanes running off from it have become one of the better residential areas of suburban Andheri bustling with restaurants media production houses and tiny offices Named after a stone quarry called Veera Desai and Company that functioned in the 1950s the road owes its nomenclature to two families who owned the quarry the Veera brothers Shyamji Dahyabhai and Vallabhji Dahyabhai and Govindji Vasanji Desai The road was taken up for improvement by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation much later and named Veera Desai Road In 1975 the first BEST bus route on this road Number 254 was started “When I first opened shop here in 2005 people around would tell me they used to call this road Venice They didn’t do so fondly but in outrage This area would flood in every heavy rainfall” says Manav Sehgal who owns GN United an electronics store He remembers the area to be lush once but that greenery has depleted over the years When the August 29 and September 19 heavy downpour hit Mumbai memories of the area once known as Venice rushed back as waters reached waist-high on the entire arterial road Veera Desai Road is also famous for the Andhericha Raja Ganpati Mandal where devotees believe their wishes comes true The immersion of this Ganpati statue is the most celebrated immersion in the western suburbs with thousands pouring on to the streets to catch a glimpse Historian Deepak Rao says Veera Desai has no historic buildings or architecture from the British era “It was only known to be an industrial belt Just like Charkop which was a military centre during the Second World War to manufacture arms and ammunition” Before 1970s people would only reach Andheri to visit Versova famous for its fishing village and koliwada community “People would take tanga (horse-drawn carriage) to go to Versova The area in between was open land with industries” Rao said He adds that Andheri including areas of Veera Desai became part of Greater Bombay on October 1 1945 Veera Desai has no rich history like several streets in South Mumbai but residents remember witnessing its swift growth “As a child when I used to visit my uncle’s flat 20 years ago in income tax quarters near Gilbert hill Veera Desai area had mostly slum like dwellings” says Pallavi Kakkar (29) a producer She remembers seeing Mogaveera bank open its branch on Veera Desai Road for mostly slum dwellers to open their accounts “It was the first in the area” she claims Shaivali Vashani shifted to this area 11 years ago after marriage “In the last five years the nightlife has rapidly grown so have office rentals and diagnostic centres” she says Andheri Sports Complex with its events and Bollywood shows brought the area on Mumbai’s map for the media industry Now the Veera Desai Road and its offshoots have several production houses including Yashraj Studio For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anushree Majumdar | Updated: February 27 2017 3:52 am Sunny Pawar in Mumbai; as Saroo in a still from the film (Source: Nirmal Harindran) Top News On the day that his life would change six-year-old Sunny Pawar went to Air India Modern School Kalina Mumbai and was quite happy when he was asked to join a bunch of children to run around and play instead of sitting in the classroom “I didn’t know what it was for but it was a lot of fun We played for a long time and then I was told that it was for a film” says Pawar That was two years ago and the film was Lion Directed by Garth Davis it has moved audiences and critics around the world and garnered six nominations at the upcoming Academy Awards including Best Picture Best Supporting Actor (Dev Patel) Best Supporting Actress (Nicole Kidman) and Best Adapted Screenplay (from Saroo Brierley’s memoir A Long Way Home) And in spite of its powerhouse cast there is no doubt — Pawar is the star of Lion Watch What Else Is Making News He looks like any other eight-year-old as he bounds into our interview grinning widely; his father Dilip is right behind him looking less enthusiastic They have a long day ahead of them and Pawar senior is worried that the scores of back-to-back interviews will exhaust his son “I never imagined that such a thing would happen to my family but here we are” he says Indeed the film’s success has catapulted Pawar and his family into the global spotlight and father and son have travelled across continents to promote the film In Lion Pawar plays the young Saroo who grew up in Khandwa Madhya Pradesh with his mother and two siblings living hand to mouth until one day the little boy mistakenly gets on a train that takes him nearly 1600 km away to Kolkata The first half of the film is largely devoted to Pawar and his soulful performance as a lost child in search for a way back home is nothing short of remarkable “We had screened about 2000 children from across three cities We had shortlists and hopefuls and Sunny was one among them Kirsty McGregor the Hollywood casting director and I loved his face He had soulful eyes a certain stillness and husky voice” says Tess Joseph the Indian casting director whose team found Pawar at his school After getting the part the schoolboy went home and told his father who had returned after a long day searching for a job “I did a number of odd jobs and was hunting for another when Sunny told me that he had been chosen for this film I didn’t think much of it till the crew contacted me I was quite hesitant at first but my son really wanted to act so we agreed” says Dilip who then applied for their passports so that they could travel to Australia for the shoot Pawar attended workshops with acting coach Miranda Harcourt and Joseph’s team till he was ready But with the help of a scrapbook that told Pawar the story of his character and a little chocolate every now and then the young actor slowly but surely embodied the role “I understood what Saroo was going through but at the end of the day I know I’m Sunny” he says After appearances at the Golden Globe Awards and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Pawar will don a tuxedo again for the Academy Awards on Sunday “I want to be an actor My favourite movie is Ajay Devgn’s Singham I’ve done another role of a fruit-seller in Love Sonia; which was only five minutes but I’d like to act all my life” says Pawar For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsLucknow: The Uttar Pradesh Assembly was on Mondayadjourned till 26 July after paying condolence to sitting BJP MLA Mathura Prasad Pal who died afterprolonged illness After the House paid condolence to Pal a BJP MLA from Sikandra constituency in Kanpur Dehat Speaker Hriday Narain Dixit adjourned the House File image of Uttar Pradesh Vidhan Sabha in Lucknow PTI There would be no sitting of the House as decided by the business advisory committee he said Pal 72 who was suffering from cancer was on his way to Delhi for treatment when he died near Mathura on 22 July Pal had recently come to the UP Assembly on a wheel chair to cast his vote in the presidential poll Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister YogiAdityanath warned that criminals enjoying politicalpatronage will not be allowed to go scot-free "Everyone in the state knows that there is improvement inlaw and order" he said while replying to a question raised bySP member Nitin Agarwal during the Question Hour File image of Yogi Adityanath PTI "No one will be allowed to commit crime Those committingcrime will not be allowed to go scot-free" he said On being asked by BSP Legislature Party leader LaljiVerma about number of incidents of murder rape dacoity andloot in the past two months he said "Give us one year Youmight not accept here due to political reasons but you andyour family must be feeling the change" However dissatisfied with the reply the BSP membersstaged a walkout SP Legislature Party leader Ram Govind Chowdhury?" "As per the Delhi Nursing Homes Registration Act, transportation facility, who also treated Bollywood actor Deepika Padukone. Brian Miranda. The Indian government also wanted cheap publicity and allowed itself to be bamboozled by the media into committing a diplomatic faux pas.” he said at an interactive session in suburban Vile Parle. Vinay added,Pep Guardiola says Manchester City must match Manchester United and Liverpool by winning trophies in order to become one of the game’s giants — and dazzling football is not enough.

like right now,The assurance of the grant was conveyed during a meeting of the PURSE coordinators,” says Mudgal,sonawala@expressindia.Dilli tak gaya hai mera kaam (my works have even been showcased in Delhi), he says Sodes neighbour at the exhibition is Sudam Kashiram Bhoyea native of Jawhar district Bhoyes material of choice is papier macheusing which he creates artifacts after a day of toil on the fields Bhoye believes papier mache is a great medium to work withand the items are very durable I create figurines of turtles and deerand more elaborate foot-high human figures engaging in myriad activities such as hunting and archery?said a statement issued by the CBSE.Calicut,immense contribution to development of India’s space technology,Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said they might create an “impression” among the people at large that the majority community was “always responsible for communal incidents. deteriorating law and order situation” and the arrest of its MLA Ajai Rai.

a lot of whom will be impacted by it. I find it very liberating. He stressed, Shobhana tells Mani that she wants to go back, he said, Delhi has become increasingly conscious of its larger responsibility to provide public goods in the maritime domain.s security.

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