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What have your governments — from Nehruji’s to the recent Soniaji government — done?” Information and Broadcasting Minister M Venkaiah Naidu told reporters in Parliament House Watch Video: What’s making news Naidu said the Congress leader should not indulge in “cheap politics” while talking about issues linked to national security He also attacked “certain sections of the media” which he said were sympathetic to a “terrorists” Congress spokesperson Sushmita Dev said Chidambaram was expressing his “personal views” “My party is going to be accountable for whatever we say There is enough trouble in Kashmir right now… I would rather check with the party… than give a kneejerk reaction to it “ she said Pressed further she added: “Those are his (Chidambaram’s) personal views” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Nagpur | Updated: November 26 2017 12:38 am Dasun Shanaka was found to have breached Article 229 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel (Source: AP) Related News Sri Lanka fast bowler Dasun Shanaka on Saturday courted controversy for ball tampering during the second day of the second cricket Test against India The incident happened in the 50th over when TV cameras caught Shanaka picking the seam of the ball The medium pacer admitted he tried to tamper with the ball to ICC match referree David Boon Sri Lanka fast bowler Dasun Shanaka has been fined 75 per cent of his match fee for breaching Level 2 of the ICC Code of Conduct during the second day’s play in the Nagpur Test against India on Saturday: International Cricket Council — devendra pandey (@pdevendra) 25 November 2017 According to an ICC media release Shanaka has been fined 75 per cent of his match fee for breaching Level 2 of the ICC Code of Conduct Shanaka was found to have breached Article 229 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel which relates to “changing the condition of the ball in breach of clause 413” In addition to the fine for his breach of Article 229 three demerit points have been added to Shanaka’s disciplinary record Pursuant to Article 76 of the Code if Shanaka reaches four or more demerit points within a 24-month period they will be converted into suspension points* and he will be banned The charge was laid by on-field umpires Joel Wilson and Richard Kettleborough third umpire Nigel Llong and fourth umpire Chettithody Shamshuddin after the end of second day’s play “After the day’s play Shanaka admitted the offence and accepted the sanction proposed by David Boon of the Emirates Elite Panel of ICC Match Referees and as such there was no need for a formal hearing” ICC press release stated Commenting on his decision Boon said: “These are early days in Dasun’s career and I am sure this sanction will ensure he is more careful when maintaining the condition of the ball in the future” All Level 2 breaches carry a minimum penalty of a fine of between 50-100 per cent of the applicable match fee and/or up to two suspension points Two suspension points equate to a ban from one Test or two ODIs or two T20Is whatever comes first for the player For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: July 7 2016 7:58 pm This year the Ambedkar University received thrice the number of applications over last year for its various undergraduate courses Top News 100-per cent requirement in DU cut-off list might have come as a relief to the applicants but Ambedkar University in the national capital has set the ceiling at perfect 100 for five courses In the first cut-off list announced by Ambedkar University the cut-off for commerce stream students has been kept at 100 per cent for five Honours courses- – Sociology Psychology History English and Social Sciences and Humanities This year the varsity had received thrice the number of applications over last year for its various undergraduate courses Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news The admission process concluded last week with 26777 applications for its undergraduate programmes — a substantial increase from last year’s 9778 The university begins a new campus at Karampura with 200 seats this year bringing the total seats to 445 But the number of applications has increased by over 173 per cent in one year For the Kashmere Gate campus which has 245 seats the university received 15823 applications; for its new Karampura campus it has received 10954 applications For its postgraduate courses with a total of 480 seats the varsity has received 7885 applications against last year’s 5687 This year the university has also waived fees for SC ST and PwD (persons with disability) categories for undergraduate classes B R Ambdekar University which was established by Delhi Government in 2008 is a state funded varsity with a student strength of 1800 The university offers various undergraduate post-graduate and doctoral programmes The admission process for undergraduate courses offered by the nine departments at the varsity began on May 9 and the last date of application was June 24 In a major shift fr For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top Newsthen former minister and now Agriculture Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama and another accused in Ishrat case, a vast, Merely washing off the colours with soap or face wash is not enough to remove the harmful chemicals, Love to love no hate guys, he tweeted Rampal is currently working on Madhur Bhandarkar’s ‘Heroine’which has Kareena Kapoor as the lead actress The film also stars Randeep HoodaRakesh BapatShahana Goswami and is slated to release in September this year This was Arjun’s second stint on the small screen after he judged dance reality show ‘Nach Baliye 4’ For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shiny Varghese | Updated: September 23 2016 3:51 pm Collection of Taxi Fabric and Obejectry to be showcased in the fair (Source: londondesignfaircouk) Top News On September 22 at the Old Truman Brewery in east London India will be the first guest country invited to the 2016 London Design Fair (LDF) the 10-year-old prestigious international meet that celebrates innovations in design Nearly 10 designers are showcasing their India-centric work at this exhibition titled “This is India” that is supported by e-commerce retailer indelust Their work has been fashioned by inspiration from street corners markets board games people and faces anger and love The city is currently abuzz with design carnivals such as the London Design Biennale and the London Design Festival and India is making its presence felt While Rajshree Pathy’s India Design Forum has connected with the idea of the chakras as an evolution of the inner self and perfection the India Design Platform takes forward the culture of recycling Indian design has walked a long way since the 1950s when an exhibition titled ‘Textile and Ornamental Arts of India’ opened at New York’s Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) curated by Charles and Ray Eames designed by architect Alexander Girard and organised by Edgar Kaufmann Jr the director of industrial design at MoMA While it introduced the world to India’s rich heritage there was a definitive divide between fine art craft and design Design was divorced of industry looked at as something done in the villages which garnered respect following the Swadeshi movement It wouldn’t be until Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru saw the power of design as a catalyst and believed that “something good and new will emerge” from this that design would get a serious makeover in India Nehru invited the Eameses to prepare a report on the future of Indian design The India Report 1958 is a scripture every designer in India has read Ashoke Chatterjee former executive director National Institute of Design Ahmedabad in his article “Design in India: The Experience of Transition” in Design Issues (2005) says “Government officials were expecting a feasibility report What they got was an extraordinary statement of design as a value system an attitude that could discern the strengths and limitations of both tradition and modernity” At LDF it is this value system that these designers capture If Sanket Avlani of Taxi Fabric uses the power of design to communicate issues of women rights and road safety through graphics in Mumbai’s taxis Chinar Farooqui honours forgotten weaves of trade between Africa and India Inspired by the word ‘Kalabari’ that people of Nigeria gave to the Madras plaid fabric Injiri Farooqui’s design label combines techniques of selvedge borders and textures allowing patterns to form “For me beauty is in the processes of creating a piece of textile; the textile must tell its own story Its beauty is in the aesthetics traditional people have been dealing with within limited resources What initially inspired me for my homeware were the textiles of the Rebari community of Kutch Gujarat I find it overwhelming to see the stark whites with graphic elements of just black in the borders; those textiles are classics for me” she says Bangalore-based Michael Foley Founder Foley Designs speaks of divergent influences defining the Indian perspective “We are still a culture that is rooted in tradition yet embrace change quite openly We thrive on diversity of expression and may be that will play catalyst in bringing greater momentum to design in India” Spandana Gopal founder and creative director of Tiipoi a London-based studio that promotes design concepts and manufacturing in India has co-curated the show with Jimmy MacDonald founder-director LDF “My challenge in this project was to reveal that design in India does not exist in isolation but is part of a larger ecosystem of creation I want to show that although India’s exports to the West is of standardised designs India’s domestic consumption is actually about one-off pieces bespoke having a relationship with the person making the piece for the customer — be it is furniture architecture or clothing” says Gopal of the four-day show Graphic artist and sculptor Aman Khanna knows a thing or two about staying up close and personal His “clay men” are a representation of his surroundings and the people he meets They are faces that share your existential angst In his designs one would meet the “introvert” who prefers to stay by himself shaped thin and lean taking minimal space on the shelf or the “loud mouth” which sits with a big ‘o’ in the centre of his face “I draw from real life observations experiences and interactions which compel me to create new characters Sometimes I just make a face and then suddenly I remember a line that I may have read and find a suitable name for it” says the Delhi-based designer Industrial and product design has come a long way in the last 10 years says Aditi Singh Assistant professor of Industrial Design at School of Planning and Architecture Delhi Singh says design focus has moved from mass production to user experience “Today if start-ups go to a venture capitalist they are always asked ‘Do you have a designer onboard’ Companies have realised that design is that intangible thing that connects the customer to the product” says Singh So when Sarah Fotheringham and Maninder Singh of home textiles brand Safomasi visited the wholesale flower market in Delhi it birthed the “Flower Market Piece” From the chaiwallahs and ladies stringing marigolds to the stray dogs and details of a Playboy jumper worn by a flower seller their fabric captured the essence of a memory At LDF Safomasi will be showing an oversized scroll mounted from the ceiling starting with a single colour at the bottom while more colours shapes and details gradually build up to form a full image at the top Mumbai-based Ajay Shah known for his Rubberband stationary brand takes it a scale higher with his metal tables and wire seats At the Fair he will also introduce his newest collection of notebooks designed in collaboration with French graphic illustrator Jean Jullien Jullien is the architect of the peace symbol inspired by the Eiffel Tower after the November 2015 Paris terror attacks Shah’s design muscle comes from an industrial space straddling the worlds of handmade and fabrication “The most commonly understood design in the Indian context is one that borrows from heritage and the love for objects made by hand But industrial production is embrace worthy as it can result in an output which is aligned correctly to material process and finish Industrial production in India is a case of nudging convincing and determination all of which can be gratifying over a course of time” says Shah whose furniture doesn’t fight shy of colour and is built to accommodate new age devices Each of these designers place a premium on craft; their art of everyday speaks quietly of what India has to offer – the confidence to mould a local language for a global audience It’s minimal shaped by need and moulded by collaborations with both consumer and craftspeople “But we still have a long way to go” says Singh “The true triumph will be when the designer becomes a facilitator and brings systems in place such that the craftsperson becomes the designer” But there is hope in having that unique mix of smart design and accessible technology says Foley “Today there is greater faith in innovation stemming out of Indian roots We are at a threshold of creating a viable eco-system for long-term product development and I believe product design from India will have a great impact in the future” he says For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: June 18 2009 1:25 am Related News A Number of companies have shown interest in a proposed iconic tower in Central Mumbai A flood of expressions of interest has come inafter a recent trend that has seen few or no bidders for projects planned by the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) Nine companies have bought the bid document for constructing the tower while 23 companies have shown an interest in designing and offering consultancy services? 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