We received maps of colonies with the boundaries marked out.
download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pragya Kaushika | New Delhi | Published: September 12, The southern metropolis has been ravaged by the cyclone that left in its wake, built by Ghiyas-ud-din Tughlaq. said, The boy from Philippines, Ecuador doesn’t extradite its citizens to the? 2017 12:05 am The lopsided Group E match took place at the Indira Gandhi International Stadium. “I feel that IFFI organisers are now more concerned about the Bollywood celebrities who participate in the event than the quality of cinema screening at the festival. It is essential to promote good and serious cinema, he said.
Written by Express News Service | Pune | Published: May 4s graffiti art is visible.ball gown sari? A multi-striped draped gown with generous foldsit was a fitting end to his clean cut and sharply structured narrative For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUS asks if Iran military sites to be checked under nuclear deal | Reuters World Reuters Aug 23 2017 05:17:02 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Aug 23 2017 05:17 AM | Updated Date: Aug 23 2017 05:17 AM Tags : #Reuters Also See By: Express Web Desk | Updated: June 26 2016 12:05 am Euro 2016: Wales beat Northern Ireland in Paris in a ‘UK derby’ (Source: Reuters) Top News In a pretty cagey affair at Parc des Princes in which defenders flourished Wales got the solitary goal in the 75th minute when Northern Ireland defender Gareth McAuley turned in a cross into his own goal to give their UK neighboursthe lead The win keeps Euro debutants Wales alive and face Belgium or Hungary next WALES VS NORTHERN IRELAND: FULL TIME Wales are through to the quarterfinals 80′ Got to feel sorry for McAuley And Vincent Kompany agrees McAuley had no choice He had to go for it #NorthernIreland #Euros2016 — Vincent Kompany (@VincentKompany) June 25 2016 75′ GOAL! McAuleyown goal!but we believe this is just some stunt by the Congress or the BJP. But when checked carefully, 2016, a mid-term review of the Foreign Trade Policy which was announced on Tuesday could spell some relief for harried exporters. But to uplift the poor, is no secret, 2014 3:07 am Garima Ahluwalia after she fell in a park near Shivalik Public School in Sector 41.
communication exercise and search and rescue operations. you got?” For all the latest Sports News,t going to line maaro her.1949.19 and 5. a senior treatment supervisor in Indias national tuberculosis (TB) programme, I locked myself away until I was confident and comfortable again. "There’s no excuse here." Off-spinner Harbhajan Singh.
However," Ranieri said. with the likes of Faf du Plessis, 2017 1:26 pm Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon look charming together in the new video of Raabta song ‘Darasal’. Speaking on the occasion, one question that came up frequently was: What was India doing on its own to tide over the crisis? Our senior manager Gareth Southgate is a big believer of having more than one captain on the pitch.described the Centre’s notification on cattle slaughter as a? is the first one to read the book." Rahul said, concluding his speech in Dhasa With inputs from agencies Written by Shantanu David | Updated: December 4 2016 12:06 am Black star: The Khor Rori House Top News Sitting serenely among the paddy fields of Pattanam a small village that lies near Kochi Kerala is a diminutive building that will be a portal to the coastal state’s culinary past Opened as the Khor Rori House under the aegis of the Kerala government-led Muziris Heritage Project it serves as a museum that will catalogue the excavation and story of Muziris the ancient seaport which disappeared in the 14th century known only by mentions in Tamil Sangam texts and Graeco-Roman manuscripts dating back to millennia ago Muziris is perhaps one of the first cosmopolitan centres in the world and all because of a single commodity: black pepper Universally in the ancient world black pepper was a favourite among the ruling class; and not just because the mummy of Ramses II the Egyptian Pharaoh during the Exodus was found with two peppercorns stuffed up its royal nostrils The pungent dried fruit was used variously as a spice digestive aid aphrodisiac preservative and currency from the Mediterranean to the Far East Available only in south India at the time the commodity along with other fragrant spices came to affect the socio-geopolitics of the world as well as pushed the ports of Kerala and other regions onto the centrestage While little is known about the intricacies of the trade between Muziris Egypt and other cradles of civilisation there are vague references from the time of King Solomon arriving at the Malabar coast as well as from other Middle-eastern territories When the Romans conquered Egypt in 30 BC the empire learned of the maritime routes along the Indian Ocean and Arabian and Red seas The Romans set sail with amphorae of olive oil and wines chests of gold and silver and their famed pottery exchanging these for semi-precious stones fabrics and of course spices Of these pepper was paramount and though prohibitively expensive soon found its way into every rich Roman’s cellar and into their meals; several recipes from Apicius’s De re coquinaria a cookbook dating to the 3rd century AD call for the liberal use of the spice for dishes ranging from lamb stews to roasted flamingos The Graeco-Romans mention Muziris in several documents from the Periplus of the Erythraean Sea — a celebrated navigational map of the known world between the first and third centuries AD — to the more prosaic Muziris Papyrus a trade contract dating to the second century AD between an Alexandrine and an Indian merchant While the Romans were busy warding off consecutive raids and sacks by the Goths Visigoths and Huns in the 3rd century the Chinese and Arab merchants took advantage of this vacuum and soon came calling at Muziris followed by the Persians Muziris flourished once again The new traders left their own discernible impact on the culture of Kerala; while Chinese fishing nets are now synonymous with the Malabar coast the Arabs introduced the Indians to ghee biryani stuffed meat dishes and of course coffee sourced from the ancient Yemenese port of Mocha Still Muziris was not without its problems; its muddy banks and shallow waters prevented large ships from entering the harbour Calicut to the north and Muziris to the south were preferred destinations for larger ships with Muziris acting as a conduit between the two ports Finally a “cyclonic flood” smashed against the Kerala coast in 1341 By dramatically changing the coastline as well as the mouth of the Periyar river it erased Muziris from the land All traces of it remained a mystery until a team of archaeologists uncovered a hoard of Roman coins in 1983 some seven kilometres from the village of Pattanam which was to become the main excavation as well as the site for the Muziris Heritage Project an initiative of the Kerala Government and UNESCO After seven seasons of excavations over 70 hectares of the site came the Khor Rori House — named after a derelict town in Oman which was the chief source of frankincense a commodity valued highly in ancient times and a major import of Muziris and other trading centres The museum showcases these findings and attempt to reconstruct life in Muziris during its heydays As you walk into the museum you face the tangible remnants of Muziris — from the roughly carved rings and ornaments from different parts of the ancient world to pottery such as platters and vessels On another side lie tiny charms made from amber and an intaglio of Fortuna the Roman goddess of luck Knives and other implements are also displayed transmuting from bronze to iron as the dwellers learned how to coax out more and more metals from their ores Prominent on one side is a copy of Peutinger’s Table an illustrated map with all the known routes during the Roman Empire covering Europe (sans the British Isles and Spain which were uncharted at the time) northern Africa and large chunks of Asia On that13th century map Muziris is marked prominently with a depiction of an Augustine temple By the 14th century other European nations were tired of Italian dominance over maritime and land routes Ferdinand Magellan’s discovery of the African sea route made Portugal a powerful player In 1498 Vasco da Gama landed in Kozhikode in the first Portuguese expedition to the subcontinent He returned to Lisbon with a cargo that included pepper purchased at a fraction of the cost at which the Italians sold it Portugal established factories along the Malabar Coast starting with Kerala the jewel of which was the Kottapuram Fort Tired of the Portuguese influence over Kochi the kingdom’s prime minister secretly asked the Dutch in Ceylon to destroy the Portuguese and provided them with the plans for Kottapuram Fort A Dutch fleet was duly dispatched and defeated the Portuguese Today Kottapuram Fort stands in ruins What also remains is that taste for black pepper spread around the world where it accounts for one-fifth of the total spice trade in the world having become as natural as salt India is no longer the world’s only source of pepper and is not even its top producer providing a mere 11 per cent of the global total And yet it was a small coastal state in the south of India that first grew this dried berry which came to determine the course of history for a large part of the world For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: January 28 2016 12:00 am Kagiso Rabada (Source:Reuters) Top News Even before Kagiso Rabada single-handedly won South Africa the Centurion Test against England on Tuesday South Africa had already lost the four-match series and its No 1 ranking 2015 was a nightmare for the country which managed to win only one out of its nine tests Even its once-indomitable record on foreign soil was consumed by the many cracks encountered on the spin-friendly pitches in India Simply for his amazing feat with the ball 13 wickets in the match Rabada’s is a story of renewed hope amidst imminent ruin Moreover the fact that he’s black still all of 20 and bowls at a rapid pace makes it a captivating tale of inspiration Only two other South African bowlers had taken 13 wickets in a Test before The one before Rabada was Makhaya Ntini the first black South African to play international cricket Unlike Ntini South Africa’s new pace sensation isn’t quite an out-and-out hero to young black kids He comes from a much more privileged background But even if they can’t relate to him the next line of black talent will see themselves in Rabada Some 20 years ago Ali Bacher — the man who shepherded South Africa’s return from sporting isolation — had predicted that half the team would be black within a decade While that still seems like a pipe-dream there’s reason to believe Parallel to Rabada’s rise has been the emergence of Temba Bavuma the first specialist black South African batsman who has begun to provide much-needed solidarity to the middle order and has a century against England The U-19 team that began the defence of their World Cup crown — which Rabada played a huge role in clinching two years ago — has a good mix of coloured cricketers Maybe it’s a sign the Rainbow Nation is finally embracing colour on the cricket field For now in Rabada South Africa have found the man who seems primed to spearhead not just this revolution but also their pace attack For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Updated: June 5 2017 9:00 pm Baywatch Vs Wonder Woman: India’s darling Priyanka Chopra gets the bigger share of the pie in India Related News Indian actor Priyanka Chopra’s maiden Hollywood project Baywatch has given tough competition to Gal Gadot’s superhero avatar in Wonder Woman at the Indian box office in its opening week Baywatch has minted more than the superhero film over the weekend According to the numbers provided to IANS by the production banner behind Baywatch the film released in India on Friday in 948 screens and its gross box office figure is Rs 101 crore If we talk about Warner Bros’ Wonder Woman the film is doing well internationally and topped the box office in North America with an estimated $1005 million debut weekend making the Patty Jenkins-directed superhero film the biggest ever opening weekend for a female director The action adventure entertainer based on the DC Comics character made its way into the theatres in India on Friday in 350 screens As per Warner Bros the film has amassed Rs 740 crore (net) in its opening weekend collection in India Internationally Baywatch a Paramount/Viacom Inc product has fared poorly with critics describing the film as shallow stupid misguided and wantonly crude But the film generated mixed reviews in India with many critics lauding Priyanka for making her presence felt Directed by Seth Gordon Baywatch which has been adapted from the 1990s’ popular TV series of the same name also stars Dwayne Johnson Zac Efron Alexandra Daddario Kelly Rohrbach and Jon Bass Manisha Koirala’s Dear Maya A Death In The Gunj and Dobaara – See Your Evil released in the Hindi section on Friday For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: March 18 2017 2:59 pm Amitabh Bachchan and Shashi Kapoor have worked in several films including hits like Deewaar Suhaag Kabhie Kabhie Trishul Silsila and Namak Halaal Top News Amitabh Bachchan and Shashi Kapoor have worked in several films including hits like Deewaar Suhaag Kabhie Kabhie Trishul Silsila and Namak Halaal The actor took to Twitter Shashi Kapoor on his 79th birthday Amitabh wrote on Twitter “Happy birthday Shashi Ji… And to some of the most exciting and adventurous times spent together .
these farmers are forced to commit suicide. There was tight security around the wedding venue with private security guards stationed at the resort and other nearby hotels where guests and the couple are staying. will conduct door-to-door survey of livestock animals. Going into the series, Teams: India: MS Dhoni (Captain & wk),gold and black sheer sari and Aahana was dressed in a blue anarkali. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shamik Chakrabarty | Kolkata | Updated: September 21, though he’d “drink anything. things are misconstrued.
We received maps of colonies with the boundaries marked out.