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El Salvador, Rajnath Singh said: Two SPOs of J&K are trapped. “Based on these results,e.sustainable farmingforestry and the use of horsesmule and cattleMehta said There are four veterinary colleges running in Gujarat: at Anand Agriculture UniversityDantiwada Agriculture UniversityFisheries Institute at Veraval and in Navsari Agriculture University The Strengths Livestock Jafarabadi buffaloBunny MehsaniSurati Indigenous Cattle: Kankrej and Gir Sheep: Marwadi and Patanwadi Camel: Kutchi and Marwadi 1600-km coastline that allows fishery development Source: N T Mehtapresident Gujarat State Veterinary Council For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mysuru | Published: September 18 2017 12:31 pm The ace cricketer was a little nervous on the ramp but her zeal to try something new made her give the ramp a shot (Source: File Photo) Related News Indian women’s cricket team Vice Captain Harmanpreet Kaur debuted on the ramp for designer Archana Kochhar at the Mysore Fashion Week 2017 in association with the brand Crocs here on Sunday Clad in an elegant blue lehenga Kaur walked a bit nervously on the stage but did not let her humble smile go as the jam packed venue cheered the cricketer Talking about her first time experience at a fashion week Kaur told IANS : “I was very nervous because it’s my first and I wanted to try something new and different as well Aso why not try the ramp” The three-day long extravaganza which started on September 15 and ended on Saturday took place here at the Radisson Blu Plaza Mysuru The evening also had designers Roshan Reshma Kunhi Vijaya Lakshmi and Shravan Kummar Kunhi showcased collection of Indian bridal wear with elaborate themes craftsmanship embroidered bodices with modern fabrics and cuts Actress Pranitha Subhash walked the ramp for Lakshmi under the brand Vijayalakshmi Silks who showcased gorgeous saris with some heavy pallus and borders in bold colours like golden reds greens with contrast blouses South actress Rashmika Mandanna dazzled the ramp for Kummar who unveiled his collection of ensembles inspired by art “Each garment is made out of two to three Gollabhama sarees combined with Telia Rumal and layered off-shoulder collared anarkalis and ruffled sleeves give a dramatic feel to the garments” said Kummar His collection had Ikat prints and pom-poms on pallus matched and contrasted with different kind of blouses The brand Crocs held a special show which had individuals from different walks of life like Sandeep Gowda and Karun members from the LGBT community where Sandeep confidently did the cat walk in a maroon hued gown with a golden latkan and transgender model Anjali flaunting different styles and types of Crocs The show had models dancing to the tunes of different tracks including “Kala chashma” wearing casuals to formals to bridal wear Bhawna Tewari Marketing Manager at Crocs India said: “Bridal tuxedos formals and crocs a perfect match It was an industry first and a crocs first it was bold and it was beautiful we had the boy next door to a transgender model to an underground rebel walk for us … this for me was the brands Come As You Are moment” Talking on the designer Jayanthi Ballal Director at Mysore Fashion Week said: “It is indeed our pleasure to host the grand season 4 of Crocs Mysore Fashion Week As a property we have evolved over the years in terms of our offering to the creme de la creme of the city We were happy to associate with International shoe brand Crocs We tried to associate to the gorgeous ensembles and present exemplary designs added a striking charm as always to the show” For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: March 18 2010 12:36 am Related News Social Justice minister Shivajirao Moghe had assured the members of Maharashtra Andhashraddha Nirmulan Samitiled by president Narendra Dabholkarthat an Anti-Black Magic Act would be enacted soon The Supreme Court had recently refused to entertain a plea seeking strict implementation of domestic laws against witch-hunt that has resulted in the deaths of over 2500 women in the last 15 years A bench of Chief Justice KG BalakrishnanJustice Deepak Verma and Justice TS Thakur refused to entertain the lawsuitasking the petitioner to approach the high courts of various states affected by social campaigns against alleged practices of black magic and witchcraft The lawsuit was filed on behalf of nearly 1000 rural women branded as witches by a civil society group ‘Rural Litigation and Entitlement Kendra? according to financial data and software company FactSet’s survey of around 40 analysts. with grills and risottos. 2016 4:55 pm Former Uttarakhand chief minister Harish Rawat. very far from public life. 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Their plan for the development of the farm project includes maximising sustainability by only using water and energy that can be harvested on-site.committed suicide, His family said the youth was upset after Rakhi described him as “impotent” and had gone into depression and refused to eat anything for several days. according the About page of doodle, according to SPARK’s initial research quoted by CNN. Rukmini Devi: Indian dancer and choreographer credited with reviving Bharatanatyam (Google doodle in 2016) On the occasion of International Women’s Day on March 8 this year it featured thirteen illustrious women that spanned across history and the world in fields ranging from journalism to archaeology and art Among them was the late Indian dancer Rukmini Devi Arundale who revived the almost-obscure Bharatanatyam dance form in the 1930s and gave it its internationally acclaimed contemporary rendition The list included achievers like English mathematician and computer programmer Ada Lovelace and Egypt’s first woman pilot Lotfia al-Nadi Google Doodle honors painter Amrita Sher-gil on January 30 2016 Social reformer Savitribai Phule painter Amrita Sher-gil and legendary actor Nutan are some other remarkable Indian women with a featured doodle to their name For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: IANS | Washington | Updated: December 18 2016 6:44 pm Scientists discover that large diamonds are formed deep within the earth’s mantle (Picture for representation) Related News Scientists have claimed to figured out how the world’s biggest and most-valuable diamonds formed media reported In a study published this week in the US journal Science the scientists said large gem-quality diamonds like the world-famous Cullinan or Lesotho Promise may be born in metallic liquid deep inside the Earth’s mantle Xinhua news agency reported The research team led by Evan Smith of the Gemological Institute of America reached the conclusion after examining so-called “offcuts” of massive diamonds which are the pieces left over after the gem’s facets are cut for maximum sparkle They found tiny metallic grains trapped inside in more than 30 exceptionally large stones which are made up of a mixture of metallic iron and nickel along with carbon sulfur methane and hydrogen These inclusions led the researchers to conclude that these diamonds formed like all diamonds in the Earth’s mantle but they did so under conditions in which they were saturated by liquid metal Most diamonds formed at depths of 150 to 200 km under the continents and shoot to the surface in volcanic eruptions crystallised in this mix of molten metallic liquid in Earth’s deep mantle to form diamonds” the team explained in a statement “Small droplets of this metallic liquid were occasionally trapped within the diamonds as they grew” offering useful clues that may help “advance our understanding of Earth’s deep mantle hidden beneath tectonic plates and largely inaccessible for scientific observation” the statement added The findings may tell scientists about oxygen availability in different parts of the mantle Near the surface the mantle chemistry is more oxidized which scientists can tell from the presence of carbon in the form of carbon dioxide in magmas erupted in volcanoes “Previous experiments and theory predicted for many years that parts of the deep mantle below about 250 km depth contain small amounts of metallic iron and have limited available oxygen” Smith said For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: February 9 2012 4:33 pm Related News The Bombay High Court today ordered filmmaker Subhash Ghai to return to Maharashtra government the 20-acre land allotted for his film institutemaking a scathing indictment of Union Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh for “misusing his official position” as chief minister in showing “undue favours” The courthoweversaid there is no need for a CBI probe in the land deal since there was no material to indicate that its sale at reduced prices was a quid pro quo to get the then chief minister’s actor son (Riteish Deshmukh) established in the film industry “Hencethere is no need to send the case to CBI for investigation” A division bench of Chief Justice Mohit Shah and Justice Girish Godbole held that the May 302004 joint venture agreement signed between Ghai’s Mukta Arts and Maharashtra FilmStage and Cultural Development Corporation (MFSCDC) for Ghai’s Whistling Woods in Film CityGoregaon was “illegalarbitrary and without authority of law” Deshmukhthe then chief ministerwas present when the agreement was signed and had also made an endorsement in the agreement as witness “Vilasrao Deshmukh has clearly misused his official position as chief minister and it is not acceptable that a CM will personally sign such an agreementwhich is illegal It is clear that Vilasrao has extended undue favours to Ghai’s Whistling Woods” the bench said “Here is a case where all norms of transparency and reasonableness have been given a complete go by The present case is a classic example of arbitraryunreasonable and illegal decision of permitting use of available land owned by the government without any authority of law” it said Reacting to the judgementGhai said he would file an appeal in the Supreme Court “We will move the Supreme Court for our lawful rights We hope we will get justice from the Supreme Court” he said Disapproving of the role played by Deshmukhcurrently Union Science and Technology Ministerin the transactionthe court said “the defence of innocence raised by respondent number 7 (Deshmukh) cannot be accepted It appears that the Managing Director of MFSCDC and Mukta Arts were emboldened by the fact that their illegal action has the blessings of the highest functionary of the executive arm of the state” For all the latest News Archive News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: July 8 2009 2:32 pm Related News Singer Enrique Iglesias’s long time girlfriend Anna Kournikova has sparked engagement rumours after she was spotted wearing a large diamond ring The tennis player has been dating Iglesias on and off for eight years and the diamond ring has sparked rumours that the couple are planning to marry soonContactmusic reported When 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More Related NewsWritten by Dipti Nagpaul D’souza | Published: February 7 2009 2:24 am Related News Mohit Chouhan does it again with Masakali His occasional tryst with Bollywood has always spelt success but Mohit Chouhans latest track the chartbuster Masakali from Rakeysh Omprakash Mehras Delhi 6 has sealed his reputation Though his previous hitJab We Mets Tum Se Hi still continues to feature on the pop chartsMasakalis success tastes a lot sweeter to Chouhan who was the lead singer with 90s band Silk Route Most of my hitsincluding Dooba Dooba from the band Silk Routes debut albumhave been softermore romantic numbers But Masakali has a groovy feel to itwhich should hopefully break the mould for me? 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