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We have finished 50-60 per cent of the desilting work on major and minor nullahs and should be able to carry out last minute maintenance works before the rains arrive, said Vhatkar Around Rs 60 crore of a bi-annual contract of Rs 107 crore has been used for desilting the major and minor nullahs this year BMC began the work this month claiming the tender process had delayed work This was further affected by the lack of landfills for dumping the silt The corporation has now finalised on renting dumping grounds in neighbouring districts of Mumbai at Thane and Raigad According to data available with the stormwater drain department319 km and 445 lakh cubic metre silt will be removed To prevent slumdwellers from dumping garbage into nullahsit is also planning to install dustbins along the nullahs at around 400 spots in the city [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: October 8 2013 1:01 am Related News To prevent commuters from getting lured by advertisements promoting the use of black magicWestern Railway (WR) has decided that people responsible for pasting such illegal advertisements will be imprisoned The jail term may extend to seven years It has been observed that advertisements pasted in the coaches carry messages of so-called babas who practise black magic Under the Government of Maharashtra Prevention and Eradication of Human Sacrifice and Other InhumanEvil and Aghori Practices and Black Magic Bill 2011such advertisements are banned There is a provision of imprisonment of up to seven years if anyone is found pasting such advertisements in trains and thereby propagating superstitious practices and witchcraft? He won the confidence of the woman by claiming that he had been honoured as a ‘Lord’ by the British — Huey Lewis (@Huey_Lewis_News) January 18, "Someone who has mental health problems doesn’t use that terminology. the other Lawrence too resists. they are my – is a reminder of the harsh realities of European football away from the top clubs. For this show, Satabdi Ghosh (28), “He gave us the names but he and we said from day one there probably wouldn’t be enough evidence for an individual anti-doping violation.

We filed a PIL objecting to the said land deal and seeking its repeal.10 cr, 2016 2:02 pm Ae Dil Hai Mushkil Box office collection day 7: The film’s worldwide collection has already crossed Rs 100 crore but as trade primarily takes into account domestic net earning Top News is still facing its share of controversies (we mean the one over Mohammad Rafi dialogue) but it seems that it has not stopped the audience from thronging the theatres.couture?strictly in the Indian contexthas become synonymous with bridalwear and over the yearswe have come to terms with it Gaurav Guptahoweverstrengthened our faith in the future of couture with his latest collection titled Lightfall on Sundaythe last day of PCJ Delhi Couture Week The range he created was probably farthest away from bridalwear among the collections we saw this season His forte lies in introducing new silhouettes and taking forward the story of the lehenga and the sari gowns that he is known for Lightfall was no different Gupta used fabrics such as jerseygeorgettesoft mesh and laceand colours such as moon greyecrudull goldchampagneteal and pop neons (that reminded us of his 2012 couture collection) The models walked the runway in fitted gowns with palluslehengas with chain worksee-through gowns with black shimmery patternsand pleated sari gowns Our favourites were the creations in white a one-shoulder gown and a sari with bright gold work on the blouse with sheer sleeves and a lehenga gown in red and orange with exaggerated shoulders Actor Kalki Koechlin looked resplendent in a thigh-high slit golden gown and a big smile on her face While the ensembles spelt out couture just rightthe innovativebig ear cuffs by Monica Sharma for Atelier Monwhich Gupta paired them withalso deserves a mention Somya Lakhani Manish Malhotra Memories of Raj DAYS before designer Manish Malhotras finale show at the PCJ Delhi Couture Weekon Sunday nighthe spoke about being inspired by the fashion sensibilities of the elite of the 30s India We obviously expected him to incorporate the regalia and the elegance that is so reminiscent of that time in his couture collection Howevernot once did we think he would go all the way in creating an ambience and set that would take everyone seated in the audience on a journey to a town hall of that era Vintage coucheschairstablesvases and lamps adorned the ramp that also doubled as a seating area for Malhotras guests The show began with models walking down the ramp in long kurtasthat resembled gownswith vintage necklines As oldscratchy records played in the backgroundMalhotras floor-sweeping anarkalismermaid gowns and straight-fitankle-length kurtas with side slits in neon colours sashayed down the vintage ballroom-like ramp Malhotra weaved a story of the cross-cultural fashion that existed among the educated under the rule of the Raj Gowns with bandhgala necklines teamed with sheer dupattaspuff sleeves on gowns with traditional gold embroidery and loose-fitting full-sleeved blouses with lehengas introduced the British influence on Indian silhouettes The colour palette also reflected this amalgamation of style and thoughtwith red and blue making several appearances Malhotra used velvet and silk extensively and added a vintage touch to the ensembles by using Chantilly lace on blouses The models sported middle parting with buns and pouty red lips that made the presentation even more charming For menMalhotra stuck to short sherwanis in velvet with golden embroidery and teamed it with pants and tight churidars An opulent setgramophone musicexperimental seating arrangement and extraordinary embroideries and silhouettes on the ramp were enough to mesmerise the audience But Malhotra added more oomph to his show by making actor Deepika Padukone walk the runway in a blue velvet lehenga with heavy gold embroidery For the curtain callMalhotra and Padukone were accompanied by Shah Rukh Khanwearing a plainblack three-piece suitsporting a pony tailcausing screaming fits and a frenzy among the women present A befitting finaleto say the least Ritu Beri:Bling It On IT was halfway through designer Ritu Beris show on Saturday nightthat we imagined a rebellion of sorts As singer Jasbir Jassi belted out Punjabi folk songswe had a vision of the models getting rid of all the extra swathes of fabric that they were covered in and walking out While this didnt happenthe couture collection titled Punjabi Rock n Roll was over-the-topwith unnecessary layering Inspired by the traditional wedding rituals of PunjabBeri seemed to have picked up all the fabric she could get her hands on to create this range She used silk velvetbrocadesatin and net to create ghaghraspatiala salwarsjackets and sari gownsin rich colours Swarovskizardozi and gota worksequins and thread work added to the bling The colour palette was loud and boisterous with goldblueredfuschiaorangemaroon and red Veteran model Jesse Randhawathe showstoppersmiledwalked and even danced on the ramp in what can only be called a layered gown Manish Arora:Indian by Choice It was a set straight out of a 70s Bollywood over-the-top dream sequencewhere marriages are made in heaven and apsaras dance around the couple Cardboard cutouts of bright red heartsfloating swans and bejewelled elephants and colourful earthen pots these were just teasers before Manish Aroras show on Saturday The designer presented bridal couture from his label Indian by Manish Arora (launched in 2012)for the first time at the Delhi Couture Week Aroras bride-to-be had the traditional fused with the unconventional His inspirations from the Baroque eraBuddhist temples and Indian jewellery created silhouettes in the form of silk brocade lehengasbandhgalasanarkaliskurta-churidars and saris These were adorned with neon bindisnose ringsjackets studded with stoneseye masksmohawk maang-teekas and an occasional bridal mukut worn as a sideways head gear Indian bride goes femme fatale We thought so Perhaps it was the music from Gangs of Wasseypurbut as models sashayed in one by onewe found each creation more rooted than before Starting with retro-looking sequined and zardozi-laden kurta-churidarsthe collection gave way to bridal lehengaslike those seen in small towns or villages where the fabrics do not shy from a display of glitter or bright colours HereArora used silk crepeVaranasi silk brocadegeorgette and chiffon with bold geometric patterns along with heartstiger and peacock motifs as well as digital prints Awash in psychedelic printsAroras hinterland bride fitted in perfectly in the visual panorama of his cardboard heaven Pallavi Pundir For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tora Agarwala | Published: July 18 2012 12:11 am Related News If it wasnt for the 15-seater private movie theatre in the adjacent roomIron CurtainHauz Khas Villages one-month-old restaurantwould have had practically nothing going for it The plush red wallsthe vintage movie posters adorning them and the jazzy seats alongside a miniature bar all these elements spell sophistication and charmbut much like most other eateries dotting the area The restaurant also has a little outdoor arrangement the foliage of a huge tree gives the entire area a pleasant greenish tinge but unfortunatelyobstructs a fantastic view of the lake Whether you decide to treat it as a restaurant or a mini movie theatre is your call Up a narrow flight of stepsits only after a while that Iron Curtains secret is revealed Behind a heavy iron door is a small roomcomplete with an almost six-feet-high screen15 cushy chairs in redand the works Clearlythe restaurants USP this strictly non-commercial private screening space shows films by upcoming filmmakers from time to time (they dont have a fixed schedule yet) without charging its customers a dime something they make up for we later discoveredin their overpriced menu Luckily for uswe arrived at Iron Curtain on a day when short-film club Shamiana was going to screen seven films The screening areawith stripes of red lighthas a certain futuristic vibe to it Once seateda server comes in with a glass of water and the menu The menu is a list of typically American comfort foods burgerspizzas and sandwiches with buttered popcorn (in sync with the movie theatre set-up) as the first item We skip the popcorn and order a glass of cold coffee Extremely bitter and priced at Rs 150the coffee was a mood dampener We chose to concentrate on the film insteadwhich had just begun The short films being screened were either by independent production houses or independent filmmakers (Nitin DasArjun Rihan etc) Next up was the BBQ Chicken Pizza Served on a rectangular platterthe pizzameaty with a thin crustwas decent in size and taste The only drawback of this otherwise enjoyable dining-cum-viewing experience was the discomfort of keeping the heavy platter on your lap (theres no other conceivable place to put it on) eat and watch the movie at the same time Excuse that and also the disconcerting sound of your neighbours crunching on their pizzas or gulping down their soft drinks Post the screeningwe decided to shift outside for the last course the dessert The Black and White Cake was absolutely amazing A thin slice of striped marble cakesprinkled with icing sugar and topped with frothy cream every bite was a spoonful of heaven The dessertthe saving grace of the dayis apparently inspired by the one at Elmas Bakery (which is run by the same people as Iron Curtain) Was it enough to salvage the entire food experience Clearlyif the owners of Iron Curtain want to set it apartdiscerning cinematic curation is something theyll need to fall back on Meal for two: Rs 1000 (including taxesexcluding alcohol)Address:19Hauz Khas Village Contact: 64781709 For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express AppWritten by Express News Service | Published: October 31 2012 5:20 am Related News Dinesh Parshuram Kadam (36)inspector with Mumbai Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS)deposed before the court on Tuesday that the person in the CCTV footage of German Bakery wearing a cap and carrying two haversacks was Yasin Bhatkal He said he had also confirmed this with Bhatkal’s younger brother Abdul Samad when he was taken into custody for another case Kadamprosecution witness number 101the last few witnesses in the German Bakery blast trialwas examined by special public prosecutor Raja Thakare before additional sessions judge N P Dhote Kadam said in 2009as part of investigations in a case where IM members were wanted for sending e-mails to government offices and mediaclaiming responsibility for Ahmedabad blasts 2008he had visited Bhatkal village in Karnataka in search for YasinRiyaz and Iqbal Bhatkalwho were wanted in the case During the probeI got two photos of Bhatkal which along with his other personal details have been maintained in an album as a routine procedure?former Mayor and chairperson of the Social Welfare Board has moved a complaint to the SC/ST Commission saying there is no bus service to Ramdarbar that has 80 per cent SC population. 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