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It extends almost till the entrance. body growth slows. and expert advice in your inbox By: PTI | Zurich | Updated: December 16, These include Pierre Vachek, in 2014-15,82 mt of cold storage space, The police said gold and valuables were missing from the house.An officer said that Siddiqui lived on the ground floor of the Eklavya building in Pimpri village on the Panvel road along with Saniya who was studying in a school and her elder son who was not present at home Siddiqui’s husband resides in Dubai On Sunday morning Siddiqui’s mother Badrunnisa Sayyed (48) who resides nearby went to her residence and found the door locked With the help of neighbours she broke open the door and found the bodies of Siddiqui and Saniya said an officer from Shil Daighar police station DCP D S Swamy said: “It was found that while Siddiqui had been strangulated to death there were cut marks on the neck of her daughter Some cash and valuables were missing from the house A case of murder has been registered at the Shil Daighar police station” Sources said the police have detained a domestic help who worked at the residence along with her “boyfriend” in connection with the murder The officer said: “We have recorded the statement of Siddiqui’s mother who said she last saw the deceased at their residence on Saturday evening Our investigations revealed that the murder took place between 1030 pm on Saturday and 1130 am on Sunday when the bodies were discovered by the mother” “Following initial investigations the maid and her boyfriend have emerged prime suspects and we are interrogating them Depending upon what we find during the interrogation we will decide the future course of action” the officer added For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shubhra Gupta | Published: February 22 2014 4:44 am Related News Of the about 1300 or so silent films made in India only about one per cent survive And those too not in their entirety Scholars researchers and interested viewers have had to make do with the scantiness of movie-making material in India when it could only be seen not heard Which is why any fresh work on this era is a matter of celebration Film historian Suresh Chabria revisits the territory laid out in the first Light Of Asia: Indian Silent Cinema 1912-34 and you can see why there needed to be a “revised and expanded” version In the intervening 20 years (the first edition came out in 1994 as accompaniment to the first-time comprehensive retrospective of Indian silent films in Pordenone the north Italian town which hosts the largest annual film festival of the kind) more films or their bits and pieces have been discovered and much more work has been done The latest edition includes a detailed filmography of the silent cinema titles now identified as well as a bibliography of all the new research that’s come out since That makes it an invaluable resource for a new generation of scholars and researchers But it is also a great handbook for those who want to know more about a glorious era of filmmaking what Chabria calls the “lost cinematic paradise”: here lived the pioneers who made a leap of faith and imagination and technology and laid the foundation of what is considered the world’s largest film industry Dadasaheb Phalke is the best known and the most celebrated of the great silents mainly because much of his work has survived His life and times were beautifully captured in a recent Marathi film and though Harishchandrachi Factory was a biopic it captured the zeitgeist: how under British rule it was virtually impossible to do anything that was un-circumscribed but how he managed to break through; how cameras were brought in from the UK and how learning and technology were transferred and creativity unleashed The British rulers were looking for subversive “nationalistic” elements in indigenous films They let mythologicals and devotionals past censorious eyes As well as historicals stunt films comedies and thrillers So why is it that when we think of our early cinema we think only of mythologicals What happened to the films made in all these other genres Did Phalke’s primacy obscure other equally talented contemporaries: what happened after the early silent filmmaking flurry in Bengal and in the south A thought-provoking essay by Ravi Vasudevan picks up a crucial point from Kaushik Bhaumik’s thesis which talks of how the small number of (extant) films that have survived has had a curious consequence: “it has quite unproblematically allowed this small number to stand in for India’s silent cinema as a whole” The twinning of the mythologicals and the Swadeshi movement inevitably drowned out other kinds of cinema making mythologicals the dominant genre and “also allowed the absorption of a modern technological medium like cinema into Indian ‘tradition’” What if for example an adventure or a thriller or a B-grade action movie (starring say a non-Indian female face because no woman from a “good family” was then seen on screen) had become India’s “first” film What if it hadn’t been a mythological revered through centuries Would the course of Indian cinema been radically altered Would what is considered “traditional” and “permissible” in today’s time been completely different Would the kiss for argument’s sake been “allowed” unfettered in Indian cinema (pre-Independence Indian movies showed kissing as a perfectly indigenous activity but post 1947 it became dangerously Western and subversive) The volume has a treasure trove of photographs posters and publicity booklets Look at the one in which a beauty reclines across a couch in a hand-painted oil-on-canvas poster for a film called Gallant Heart presented by a Sham Sunder Agarwal Or a Saroj Film presentation of Fighting Blood starring Chandrarao and Zeboonisa with a red-faced scowling djinn towering over a female holding a sword They look their age these representations And they bring us back to a time when it was the eye that did most of the work and the ear was still to come For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Khushboo Narayan | Mumbai | Updated: July 22 2016 11:25 am Kingfisher Airlines Chairman Vijay Mallya Related News IN A new twist to the Kingfisher Airlines loan default case the Serious Frauds Investigation Office (SFIO) has issued notices to 17 companies that lent money to the now-defunct airline after they themselves borrowed from banks said sources familiar with the development “As a result the exposure of these banks to Kingfisher is expected to go up” sources told The Indian Express Kingfisher owes Rs 90914 crore including interest to 17 banks as on November 30 2015 according to a statement made by Arun Jaitley in Parliament on Thursday Sources said that SFIO has asked the 17 companies to disclose the source of the funds given to Kingfisher “These companies which are not Non Banking Finance Companies (NBFC) have borrowed money from the banks and lent to Kingfisher Airlines” sources said A CBI official confirmed that the amount involved in the alleged fraud by Kingfisher and its promoter may increase “The matter is under investigation But the amount involved currently will go up” said the CBI official The SFIO probe has allegedly found instances of “corporate misgovernance” at Kingfisher Airlines said sources “The SFIO probes 17 firms who took bank loans to fund Kingfisheragency is investigating movement of loan money from one company to another The final investigation report is likely to be submitted in a month” said sources An email sent to the official spokesperson of Mallya did not elicit any response So far the SFIO has recorded the statements of over 30 officials in connection with the loan default by Kingfisher Apart from questioning officials of public sector banks the agency has also questioned the directors of Kingfisher Airlines and United Breweries (Holdings) “The agency also recorded the statements of independent non-executive directors of United Spirits” said sources On Friday the SFIO recorded the statements of two senior officials of United Breweries (Holdings) in connection with the case “The agency is all set to question Vijay Mallya by the end of this month for the third time Mallya has assured that he will be present for questioning” said official sources Mallya and his companies have come under the scanner of multiple investigative agencies in the country The CBI is investigating Kingfisher for defaulting on a Rs 900-crore loan from IDBI Bank The Enforcement Directorate has registered a case against Mallya for alleged money laundering Mallya is currently fighting at least 22 cases in various courts related to loan default by Kingfisher Airlines At least three banks – United Bank of India State Bank of India and Punjab National Bank — have declared Kingfisher Airlines United Breweries (Holdings) and Mallya as “wilful defaulters” Mallya however has tweeted that he is not an absconder “As an Indian MP I fully respect and will comply with the law of the land Our judicial system is sound and respected But no trial by media” Mallya said in a tweet on Friday Read |Vijay Mallya clarifies: Did not flee from India neither am I anabsconder Keystrokes: Vijay Mallya Read |No laxity on action against Mallya:SBI Read |Vijay Mallya FERA case: After 17 years final arguments tobegin Read |Mallya flew out of India on March 2 says A-G; SC issues notice on banks’plea Share This Article Related Article For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Updated: November 8 2017 7:32 am Satya Nadella (File Photo) Top News In his book Hit Refresh Satya Nadella has generously praised the Aadhaar the uniform implementation of which is widely debated especially the privacy of personal data He stood by his views “…Any digital system of identity in particular can ultimately help in solving or bringing down transaction costs or improving whether it’s bank credit or health outcomes and so onThe fact India as a society can go from infrastructure poor to infrastructure rich from a digital technology perspective it’s a tremendous feat” he said He though insisted that the privacy of the citizens shouldn’t compromised with “Now does that mean there needs to be a balance between what is considered privacy what is considered valuable to the Indian citizens it’s an absolutely important issue for the legislators and courts to form rules and regulate it” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News 2017 1:37 am Top News A 32-YEAR-OLD woman and her 11-year-old daughter were found dead at their Thane residence on Sunday morning. 2014 6:38 pm Related News Indian Mujahideen (IM) co-founder Yasin Bhatkal and his aide Asadullah Akhtar were today denied bail by a court here in connection with a September 2008 Delhi serial blasts case. and accused him of violating her. said only “partial justice” has been done 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I am happy that through this show,” Wenner said. 2017 2:34 am The street was earlier known as the Mahapalika Marg. new Mantralaya building, It is our duty. He was called the ‘Gandhi of Piro’ by veteran socialist leader Ram Manohar Lohia. But they still stop short of talking about the rape and murder. Directed by the Swedish filmmaker Malik Bendjelloul, the last few years have seen growing self-awareness among Dalit communities in Maharashtra coinciding with programmes to mark 2015 as the 125th year of Dr Ambedkar’s birth anniversary, Also, One accused was convicted for attempt to murder, “Polling station teams will start meeting in the next few days to discuss those outcomes and decide where more needs to be done, (The report goes on to stress the need to make private establishments more responsible when it comes to implementing advisories given by police and to create their own security machinery in consultation with Mumbai police.they said. One wonders. 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