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There was time when she was doing a film and I wouldn’t do that film vice versa,to salvage the situation.a different kind of putsch appears to be unfolding in Maldives.Kneeling Pandavas?to Cambodia These had been illicitly obtained in the 1970s from the archaeological site of Koh Ker during the civil war in Cambodiaand donated privately to the museum in the 90s After establishing their dubious history of acquisitionthe Met voluntarily decided to return the statues to the Cambodian people This event is remarkable not simply because two great cultural artefacts get to go home again (as the Latin roots of repatriate imply)but also because it sets a benchmark for responsible museum practices Public museums are wonderful spaces because they allow us to see and imagine things and societies that most of us will never get to witness firsthand At the same timewe rarely question how these objects have been obtained; how they move through the world and ultimately come to rest in a museum where we can see and be moved by them The Mets actions force us to ask this questionand to realise that many collectionsprivate and publiccontain items that have been obtained by violent means previously by imperial and colonial governmentsand more recently through looting during stressful times such as civil warin the case of these Cambodian statuesor warin the case of the National Museum of Iraq in 2003 It is clear that such plunder happens precisely because of the great aesthetic and cultural value of the artefactsoften at the behest of private collectors For examplethe looting of the Iraqi museum was clearly organisedas if some of the looters were working from a list Illicit traffic is hardly unique to cultural objects But in these casesmuseums play a critical role because the provenanceor the history of ownershipof such objects is difficultif not impossible to establish So when an object is loaned or donated to a museumwith little verifiable information about originsits display in a public institution masks its violent acquisitionassigns it value and legitimises it In other wordsdisplaying a statue looted from a remote site in Cambodia in the halls of the Metropolitan Museum allows similar artefacts to circulateand gather value in the international art market We must recognise that the movement of the object is a processand each step from its lootingsmugglingsale to a private collectordonation to a museumits display in a gallery and our appreciation of it as museum-goers is connected It is our appreciation of the art on the walls and the statues in a halland our unquestioning belief in the credibility of the museum that confers final value on the artefact As public institutionsmuseums then have a special responsibility to ensure that the objects they display are not dubiously acquired To be surethe argument for considering ancient objects as global cultural heritage and therefore displaying them in universal museums such as the Met or the British Museum has some credibility The Met will definitely have more visitors than Koh Ker this yearand so the statues would be seen by more people if they remained at the Met Somelike Getty curator James Cunomake the case that encylopaedic museums spur curiosity about distant placesthat nationalist notions of cultural property are narrow Howeverwe must acknowledge that the universal museum itself is a product of modern imperial and colonial interests They are located almost exclusively in First World countriestheir visitors are overwhelmingly from the Westand their collections are filled with objects taken from poorer nations over the last few centuries Such situations do not make for universal accessby any measure In recent decadescountries such as ChinaItalyGreeceand Egypt have made claims to numerous artefacts on display in BritishFrench and American museums India too has demanded the return of the Koh-i-noor diamond and other objects from the British There is little chance that these countries will see the repatriation of all the objects that have been looted from them and are now on display in the West but perhaps more loansgreater circulation of artefacts between the big collecting musems and those in other nations would create a more genuinely cosmopolitan kind of museum The return of the Cambodian statues is one act in the recent history of repatriations that signals a change in attitude among museums It shows us thatmore and moreillicit acquisition of cultural and historically significant artefacts is intolerablenot just when buying or receiving artefacts as donations in the future but also with regard to past acquisitions In this instancethe Met has set a standard that other museums ought to followboth with regard to international acquisitions as well as artefacts obtained within the nation from minority and oppressed communities Even as we speak about the responsibilities of museums as public institutionswe as visitors also have a responsibility to ensure that our museums reflect the concerns and values of their communities The next time you visit a museumyou might wonder how a Manipuri manuscript found its way to the display caseand maybe youll even ask the curator The writer is a museum studies scholar [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Radhika Singh | Mumbai | Published: February 26 2017 2:21 am National Award-winning filmmaker Adoor Gopalakrishnan (File) Top News Bollywood has no place outside Mumbai said National Award-winning filmmaker Adoor Gopalakrishnan “I even have an objection to describing all films made in Mumbai as part of Bollywood” he said The acclaimed filmmaker known for his skepticism of Bollywood was speaking at a panel discussion titled ‘Bollywood is not Indian Cinema’ at the ongoing Gateway LitFest at the National Centre for Performing Arts Mumbai The festival in its third edition now aims to focus on Indian literature in regional languages The two-day festival has a number of interesting panel discussions ranging from subjects such as translations of literary works to literature in languages without a script Recounting how he often gets asked abroad if he makes Bollywood films Gopalakrishnan pointed out that it’s the only Indian cinema they know “The truth of the matter is that Bollywood casts its shadow all over India” he lamented Speaking alongside him at the panel discussion was Anjali Menon a noted film director and writer of short stories and screenplays; Bejoy Nambiar the director of Shaitan; screenwriter and producer actor-director Subodh Bhave; and Tamil film director Vasanthabalan All agreed that regional films struggle for visibility when Bollywood films were in the spotlight Watch What Else Is Making News Bhave who has acted in films across five languages— Konkani Bengali Malayalam Hindi and Marathi— said that he’s not defined by any particular region “My Twitter status says it all” said Bhave “I’m a proud Indian actor” Bollywood according to Bhave is simply the material that shops showcase in their window displays; the products inside the shop which might be quite different from the showcased material is the rest of Indian cinema Menon said that her first exposure to regional films came through Doordarshan “Now unfortunately the channel has stopped giving them screen space Most of the film industry’s money goes to Bollywood and that means the rest of Indian cinema suffers” What exacerbates the problem according to Nambiar is that people are used to having Bollywood “in their faces” “Regional filmmakers have to fight for access” he explained Seconding Menon Gopalakrishnan added “When they stopped screening regional movies on Doordarshan people’s exposure to regional movies became more limited Now their main showings are in multiplexes which means that only the richer people can afford to go” Despite his skepticism Gopalakrishnan acknowledges that commercial films are necessary to sustain the film industry “Without blockbuster movies that fund technological development for example the film industry would suffer But the problem is it leaves no space for other kinds of cinema” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: February 15 2017 6:53 pm Randhir Kapoor talked in length about Kapoor family’s get togethers Related News He began his Bollywood career as a child artist in 1955 movie Shree 420 and made his acting and directorial debut with Kal Aaj Aur Kal in 1971 which also featured his father Raj Kapoor and his grandfather Prithviraj Kapoor Coming from the Kapoor clan Randhir Kapoor emerged as a successful actor and director in the 70s and the 80s His is a family that eats together stays together and even parties together The Kapoors do not need anyone from outside to celebrate a special day be it a birthday or a festival The actor who turned 70 on Wednesday still looks as young and vibrant as he did in his yesteryears The father of two beautiful daughters Karishma Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor is a man who is high on life booze and family fun on his special day More from the world of Entertainment: Talking about his birthday plans the actor told HT “You don’t need preparations for a family gathering We have one almost every night where we meet laugh get drunk and come back home We’re one family that’s happy among ourselves” Randhir Kapoor got candid in the conversation as he divulged the details about the much-anticipated Kapoor khandaan’s family gatherings Talking about their general topics of discussion at the parties Randhir said “Booze women sex dirty jokes… what else” Randhir Kapoor with his daughter Karishma Kapoor?sports administrators and monitoring systems.

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2016 Karishma Tanna: Ranveer, The city’s civic bodies have attributed the sharp rise to prevailing atmospheric conditions," she said. In February, He also owns a house at village Ekchalia of Puri district besides his ancestral house at Bapujinagarsahi of Kantilo area in Nayagarh district. both MGR and Jayalalithaa snatched their respective mentors’ legacies illegitimately, (Source: AP) Related News Bangladesh rode on an inspiring bowling performance from Shakib-Al-Hasan. "We spoke before the game that if Germany were playing here, EAM @SushmaSwaraj calls on Mr. 2017 4:43 pm The Voice India Season 2:The finale of the &TV show was a star-studded affair with actress Anushka Sharma gracing the stage along with performances by Mika Singh and coach Salim Merchant.

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” Asked about how budding bowlers can generate more pace,he said “I think pace is something which is natural We canextract a little bit more pace by getting more out of theaction But we can’t teach someone to bowl express pace” McGrath also took questions on how shorter version of thegame was throwing up different challenge for the fast bowlers “When I played I set a goal of (giving away) 4 runs orless in ODI and 6 runs or less in a T20 game Now if you sayif I keep it to 5 runs in ODI and 7-8 runs in T20 I have donemy job” he said “The biggest issue I have with being a fast bowler inthis day and age is one there is no real off season For abowler because it’s so tough throughout the season yourstrength and fitness deplete you need to back up if there isno real off season its hard to do that” The Aussie stressed on the need for bowlers to adapt todifferent conditions “When spinners first came in T20s they thought they aregoing to be hit out of the park and now they are opening theattack and doing well Bowlers need to adapt One thing a fastbowler can control is where he bowls at more Control combinedwith pace can be a dangerous combination” Touching upon the budding Indian pacers McGrath saidthere is plenty of talent coming through “Couple of guys that stand out Veer Pratap Singh isprobably the best I have seen he is bowling exceptionallywell he has got good pace he swings the ball He had littletaste of IPL cricket Anikeet Chaudhary Ankit Rajput NathuSingh they are good young upcoming bowlers” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsAlex Ferguson has revealed that David Moyes the man chosen as his managerial successor at Manchester United was sixth on a list of ideal replacements headed by Pep Guardiola and four others who were all "unavailable" at the time In his new book "Leading" United’s longest-serving manager outlines the selection process behind Moyes’ ill-fated appointment at Old Trafford which lasted less than a year after he replaced the retired Ferguson in 2013 "I asked Pep to phone me before he accepted an offer from another club but he didn’t and wound up joining Bayern Munich in July 2013" Ferguson wrote AFP "I asked Pep to phone me before he accepted an offer from another club but he didn’t and wound up joining Bayern Munich in July 2013" Ferguson wrote "When we started the process of looking for my replacement we established that several very desirable candidates were unavailable "It became apparent that Jose Mourinho had given his word to Roman Abramovich that he would return to Chelsea and that Carlo Ancelotti would succeed him at Real Madrid "We also knew that Jurgen Klopp was happy at Borussia Dortmund and would be signing a new contract Meantime Louis van Gaal had undertaken to lead the Dutch attempt to win the 2014 World Cup" he added Moyes was sacked after 10 months at United but Ferguson defended his fellow Scot’s record prior to joining the club "We chose David Moyes He had been consistent in his job at Everton had a good spell there — 11 years and showed appetite "Unfortunately somehow it didn’t work out for David The process was perfect It was a good process" Ferguson said Instead the former United manager reserved his criticism for Moyes’ decision to overhaul his backroom staff after taking charge "I’m sure there are things that David would do differently if he had the opportunity to relive his time at Old Trafford" Ferguson said "Such as keeping Mick Phelan (Ferguson’s assistant) who would have been the invaluable guide to the many layers of the club that Ryan Giggs is to Louis van Gaal today "There is no point suddenly changing routines that players are comfortable with It is counterproductive saps morale and immediately provokes players to question the new man’s motives" he added Reuters Chennai:India may be on an 18-Test unbeaten streak but skipper Virat Kohli feels it is not even a "tiny bit" of what his team aims to achieve given the foundation that has been laid India won their ninth Test of the year to stretch an unbeaten run to 18 and wrote a plethora of records including notching up their biggest-ever series victory over England "As a team we have had a very good 2016 apart from two setbacks One was the ODI series in Australia and second was World T20 We won the Asia Cup ODI series against New Zealand in India and won all the Test series It’s been a memorable 2016 for the team and that’s something I am really proud of Virat Kohli AFP "To be part of such a good year and such a good season especially with the team in transition is something we can be really proud of" said Kohli after India won the final Test against England by an innings and 75 runs to bag the five-match series 4-0 "But this is just the foundation that’s been laid for us to carry on for lot many years It’s just the beginning It’s nothing that we want to achieve it’s not even a tiny bit of that We understand where we want to go and hopefully the guys can keep putting this kind of effort and take the team where it belongs" he added Asked if this team could be called Virat’s Team India the captain said: "I can’t say that How can I say that" Summing up the team’s performance in the five-match series Kohli said his side ticked most of the boxes "I would say it’s a complete performance From the time we were put under pressure in the first game to coming back and winning the next four Tests We lost four tosses including Rajkot but won three games out of that is very satisfying As a captain I feel it’s a complete series for us Everyone contributed at different times especially the lower-order’s contribution is something that stands out for me in this series" Kohli said that the quality of cricket facilities and infrastructure must improve "The facilities should improve Cricketers become professional Their mindset becomes good If you see whoever comes into the team he knows there is a certain benchmark for fitness in the team Of performance Of mindset We want players to be match ready when they join the Indian team You shouldn’t be spending a year in international cricket just learning what to do now You lose a lot of time in that "Many players can’t face that pressure But if you are prepared if you are professional if you know you have to work hard if you know how to prepare for a game you have a better chance of performing" he said Citing examples of KL Rahul and Karun Nair Kohli said "You can see their performance for yourself especially Karun Replacing a batsman like Ajinkya Rahane who has been performing consistently in the last two years in Test cricket To walk in and score a triple hundred There couldn’t have been a bigger statement "It shows that the next generation will keep getting smarter looking at others learning how it is done What we need to do when we reach the Indian team It is just evolution It is sometimes surprising looking at these youngsters how quickly they pick things up They are very smart and it shows on the field in how they play Kohli refused to believe that other bowlers are playing in Ravichandran Ashwin’s shadow "We as a team don’t think of these things at all that everyone is playing in Ashwin’s shadow Everyone running in with the ball thinks he wants to take a wicket for India These comparisons and scenarios are created in the outside world That’s something we don’t focus on Ravindra Jadeja takes a lot of pride in his performance Obviously as a bowler he wants to pick up as many wickets as he can "But if you see every time Ashwin has picked up wickets the economy rate from the other end is not more than two Ashwin will himself tell you that Jadeja has played a massive role in him making those breakthroughs because there is literally no runs from both ends They bowled brilliantly in partnership for us this whole season" he insisted "I am really happy for Jadeja especially with the bat We have always believed he has the ability but he himself is realising it now He goes out and scores crucial runs for the team He has been able to do that so that for me has been a bigger positive We all know how accurate he is with the ball but the biggest plus with Jadeja for the last few months if you ask me has been his batting" Kohli explained Further praising Jadeja Kohli said he was very accurate "You have to see the kind of balance he gives the side We don’t rely on Jadeja as a bad-wicket bowler He’s a perfect bowler in any conditions in Test cricket He is accurate and that’s what you need in Test cricket You don’t necessarily need to have too many variations at your disposal his strength is bowling at nice pace not giving too much air to the ball and making the batsman think about how long they can defend That’s his strength "On any wicket in the world if you are bowling that accurately for a long time invariably the batsman will make a mistake That’s what we have always banked upon as far as Jadeja is concerned It’s only when he delivers in a massive way that these questions start coming up that we thought this (bad-wicket bowler) about him We as a team always believe in him Especially in home matches he becomes much more lethal but away as well he is someone who can give that accuracy On why did he bring Jadeja so late Kohli said: "We tried initially we created a lot of chances Obviously when you have decent rough in front of you and when two left-handers are batting you invariably get the off-spinner going because he can spin the ball from the stumps and Ashwin created those opportunities for us After that it was a case of understanding that wicket was slowing down so we might not be able get so much help from the wicket "So that’s the time when we brought in Jadeja because he has got that extra pace on the ball and we just wanted to keep hitting that area and he did it pretty well We tried Amit Mishra as well from that end but we needed that extra pace on the ball It’s all about figuring out if the wicket is playing out nicely what are the areas the bowlers can hit and it takes a bit of a time "You don’t rush into decisions You see what’s happening on the wicket and which bowler is bowling how and then you make that call Today he was luckily good enough and we had enough overs to bowl them out" Kohli said Asked about the timing of the declaration the Indian captain explained: "It’s a very tricky situation to give yourself 20 more overs if they haven’t bowled you out for in almost 200 overs You know you don’t feel like saying.this guy is close to 300 and it doesn’t happen every day It’s not like he is taking 10 overs to do it He was hitting sixes fours He was getting us a bigger lead So it was a perfect scenario where he got us to a stage where we couldn’t have batted again and at the same time we had enough overs "If the wicket was doing enough then those overs were good enough If we have five bowlers we should be able to knock teams off in 90-plus overs That’s exactly what we did When we’ve played abroad most of the teams have gives us batting on the last day With 90 overs and a target that is achievable It’s all how you go about that particular situation Good thing was Karun really stepped it up close to his milestone and he didn’t take too long to get there "So it gave us five overs yesterday This game is very unpredictable After the first session I’m sure you guys weren’t talking about all this You would have said that ‘oh it’s going to be a boring draw nothing is happening’ and suddenly things happen In Test cricket a team can lose in one session and that’s exactly what happened today" he said Kohli said Karun has always shown a lot of character "He could pull the ball well He used his feet drive the ball well At No3 when the ball is swinging he is lethal I’ve not seen anyone currently in India sweep so well against spinners He’s just the complete package It’s difficult to find guys like that who have such character when they are batting and understand their game so well at such a young age "It’s important to back guys like Karun He was always our No1 choice as a middle-order back-up Credit to him The chance came just the third innings and he’s done wonders I congratulate him He’s delivered what we expected him to He exceeded everyone’s expectations" On whether he felt any sympathy for England captain Alastair Cook Kohli said: "It’s not my place to answer I don’t think he was asked this question when we played them last time in England I don’t think it’s an appropriate question Obviously the emotions they are going through they can describe it better But I am in no position to comment on what he should do with his captaincy "He has played enough Tests and captained for long enough to understand what his mindset is like I can’t literally go into his head" Kohli however admitted it is never easy when a team gets outplayed "We have gone through that ourselves as a team and it’s never too easy Specially when you win two tosses and you get 400-plus totals and then you have innings defeat Obviously it’s deflating for them as an opposition I know what they would be feeling like we have gone through the same in past as well It’s never easy for the team that’s what I can say" Kohli feels that the crowd want to see a result oriented Test match and that is what Indian team is offering them "The kind of cricket that we play we are always playing for results That’s something that crowd want to see They want to see Test matches getting to a conclusion not ending in boring draws Even if it is a draw it has to be a competitive one That’s something the crowd wants to see "That’s the kind of cricket we have played over the past few months That’s why we see so many people come in It is not going to be the kind of cricket that doesn’t take the game anywhere It’s going to be played with a vision to win That’s exactly what the crowd want That’s where the connect is made between the crowd and the players" Kohli concluded By: Express Web Desk | Mumbai | Published: November 16 2015 3:09 pm Wang Bao especially flew down to India to meet Aamir Khan as he was very curious to know how the actor works and wanted to witness it himself Related News Chinese actor Wang Bao who had dubbed for Aamir Khan in ‘PK’s Chinese version recently visited the actor on the sets of his next film ‘Dangal’ in Ludhiana Wang and Aamir had previously met during the actor’s trip to China for the release of ‘PK’ which created tremendous business in the Chinese market The film became the highest grosser in China Both the actors who had briefly interacted back then and had hit it off very well made sure to keep in touch Infact while Wang was there in Ludhiana he also got to witness Aamir’s wrestling moves which the actor has been prepping for his character Mahavir Singh Phogat in his forthcoming film Share This Article Related Article Wang Bao especially flew down to India to meet Aamir as he was very curious to know how the actor works and wanted to witness it himself Wang spent a good 4 days with the entire unit and the actor A spokesperson of the film confirms the news and adds “Wang Bao Qiangwas keen to witness Aamir’s work pattern first hand He planned animpromptu visit to India on learning about Aamir’s long shoot schedulein Ludhiana for Dangal” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: January 12 2016 9:07 pm Delhi Police Commissioner B S Bassi Related News DCW has issued a notice to Delhi Police Commissioner BS Bassi seeking to know why no charge sheet has been filed by the force in connection with the rape of a four-year-old girl despite the passage of 90 days since the registration of the FIR in the case According to the notice issued by Delhi Commission for Women chairperson Swati Maliwal the Rape Crisis Cell of the Commission has received a complaint in this regard The FIR in the rape case was lodged at Keshav Puram police station on October 9 last year it said “I have been informed that the charge-sheet in this case has not been filed despite the passage of 90 days This is a serious issue as the accused has an absolute right to bail if the charge sheet is not filed within the prescribed period of 90 days in view of proviso (a) to Section 167(2) of CrPC “It should be noted that until proper and timely charge sheets are filed in rape cases justice to victims will be denied” Maliwal said The Commission has also issued a notice to the Deputy Commissioner of Police concerned to ascertain the cause behind the delay in the submission of the charge sheet Maliwal meanwhile further said that the data received by the Commission in response to her earlier letter was “disturbing” “It was informed that in crimes against women charge sheets are yet to be filed in 1059 cases from 2012 (2756 per cent of total cases registered) 3218 cases in 2013 (3471 per cent) 7319 cases in 2014 (653 per cent) and 6800 cases in 2015 (9545 per cent) “Since 2012 31446 FIRs were registered of which charge sheets were filed only in 13050 cases ie only one-third of the cases From the data it appears that non-filing of charge sheets is a chronic problem with Delhi Police” the DCW chief said The DCW chief said that certain information and documents sought by the Commission were not provided following which another follow-up letter was sent on October 7 of last year asking for the same She also referred to the meeting of the 1st State-Level Coordination Committee under the Lt Governor on November 10 and also to the meeting of the Special Task Force on women’s safety held in the Ministry of Home Affairs on December 2 “I had raised the issue of non-filing of charge sheets; you had assured me that information sought by the Commission will be immediately provided “However the Commission takes strong note of the fact that despite the passage of several months complete information has not been provided to (it)” Maliwal said “I would like to reiterate that the information sought by the Commission is extremely crucial for fulfilling the mandate of the DCW to investigate and examine all matters relating to the safeguards provided for women under the constitution and give recommendations to the government on the issue of women’s safety” she said The chairperson also sought the details of the mechanism(s) currently being followed by Delhi Police to monitor the filing of charge sheets in a timely manner “You are hereby directed to submit the information sought in the said letters within 10 days of receipt of this letter failing which appropriate action under law will be initiated by the Commission” the notice added For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: June 14 2012 4:41 am Top News A man robbed a micro-finance firm at Pimpri camp of Rs 873 lakh in less than five minutes using a knife and a fake pistol that he left behind after he decamped with the cash on Tuesday night A complaint has been registered at Pimpri police station by Pradnyawant Shrirang Patode (32)the manager with the Pimpri branch of Ujjivan Micro Finance Pvt Ltd Police said neither was any CCTV camera installed nor were any security guards deployed at the firm As per the complaintthe incident took place between 810 pm and 814 pm on the fourth floor office at a commercial complex near Baba Hardas Mandir on River Road A man aged between 30-35 years entered the office armed with a knife and a pistol He could not be identified as he was wearing a monkey cap Senior inspector Mohan Vidhate of Pimpri police station said?assistant commissioner of police (Pimpri divison) and crime branch officers visited the spot. 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