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NASA researchers have used last year’s observations to refine computer simulations of the system and to produce 3D printed models (pictured,and the hotel industry would have been the right catalyst to carry it forward if things were planned properly, said a hotelier For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Anjuly Mathai | Published: November 29 2009 4:23 am Related News Grant Road is a haven for many flailing single screen theatres If Salman Khan is menacingly swishing his dagger in the poster of Bandan playing at Alfred Theatrethen in the nearby Shalimar TheatreAkshay Kumar has moved with the times and is warding off the evil forces with a hyper coolsilver pistol in Saugandh At Super CinemaBhai Bhai is showing and at Nishatits Khalnayak A few minutes before noonthe rusty gates outside the cinema halls lining Grant Road reluctantly creak open and a cluster of humanity strolls inproving that the paint of these single screens might be peeling offthe plastic chairs might give you cramp in your posterior and each stamp of your foot might cause the dust sheathing the floor to billow in an angry cloud but the celluloid heroes housed in these halls have lost none of their glamour They continue to enthrall with their shiny pistolsbell bottom pantsdebonair sideburns and triumphant love affairs When this part of the city became a haven for casual labourers from different parts of the countrythe bazaar culture was born Shrines of various faiths took root and prostitutes were welcomed In 1895an area was demarcated by the civic authority as entertainment zone and there sprouted the numerous theatres that dot Grant Road The cinemas live in a time-warped zonereveling in the golden age of Hindi cinemacheerfully oblivious to the porcelain beauty of Katrina Kaif and the tabloid fascination with Abhi-Ash We cannot afford new films?Being Cyrus, while the poor and lower classes struggle to survive and face the brunt of Hindutva. This despite the fact the government of India had submitted an affidavit in the Supreme Court last year that it would implement the scheme across the country within a year.000 on those violating the plastic ban order and carry out raids on shops or vendors possessing plastic bags. noted poet Ashok Vajpeyi said on? an evolutionary biologist at the City University of New York. The Boston Globe reported that foundation president Barbara Picower had sent out an e-mail declaring,the team will determine which proteins have major effects on the female?

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