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If you saw the sets it was like the streets of any Riviera in the world be it Goa Maldives Rome France I have used a lot of Indian elements on leather Indian zardosi on leather We have brought together lots of different elements and mixed them together to give a very whole feeling” Monisha said Stopping the show was supermodel model Ujjwala Raut who sashayed onto the ramp in a breathtaking sheer net crystal drenched long sleeved gown “Thank you Monisha for putting me in this beautiful outfit This is the outfit made for me It is very important for everyone to feel best in what they are wearing and she is best in doing that I love evening dresses and no one makes them like she does I am very proud and honoured to be your showstopper because I know there are a lot of choices nowadays” Ujjwala said Opening the show with her trademark white mirror work swimwear Monisha moved to a white corset sheath and jacket then onto her popular kurtis with various leather mirrorwork orange pants The three white long creations with metallic insets in strategic places had a Riviera goddess vibe The final sand coloured trio comprised plunge neck mini a kimono option and a cross over sensuous gown For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Meghna Malik | Chandigarh | Published: January 16 2016 8:38 am Panjab University team which won the overall championship trophy and claimed the Chaudhary Charan Singh Trophy in the All India Inter-University Shooting Championship held at Varanasi Express Photo Top News To highlight the problems of religious minorities in the country the Panjab University would conduct a comprehensive comparative study of Christians and Muslims in Punjab The research project is being done by the Centre for Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy under the guidance of Emanual Nahar The study is being funded by the Indian Council of Social Science Research and a grant-in-aid of Rs 18 lakh has been approved for the study “The objective of the study is to examine the extent of prejudice and discrimination faced by these two communities and to compare their socio-economic profiles Violation of human rights and denial of constitutional rights of these minority groups need a re-look and protection” Nahar said The study will concentrate on the districts of Gurdaspur Sangrur and Ludhiana where the numerical strength of Christians and Muslims is relatively higher Muslims consist of 157 per cent of the population mainly in Malerkotla Sangrur Chandigarh and Qadian Christians make up about 11 percent of the population mainly in Gurdaspur According to studies done about the occupational patterns of Christians in Punjab it has been observed that 7241 per cent of the working population is engaged in the agricultural sector However only 375 per cent possess agricultural land Nahar said: “Christians do not enjoy state patronage that is given to other Scheduled Castes and Other Backward Classes After conversion to Christianity they have lost the right to reservation in government jobs They stand at the lowest rung of the society among the Dalit classes especially in the border areas of Punjab” Even the Muslims in Punjab have been observed to lag in educational progress owing to economic hardships and discrimination in the field of education In the proposed study effects of recent controversies arising out of religious conversions and ghar wapsi will also be analysed Jagdish Masih the founding member of the National Christian League based in Chandigarh said: “In Punjab particularly neither Christians nor Muslims have been actively involved in the political scenarios Over the years the Congress or Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) have done nothing to allow any participation from these groups in the politics of the state We have been struggling with this and no action has been taken by the Centre either” He also added that despite the order of the Punjab and Haryana High Court regarding allotment of land for graveyards in various towns and villages of Punjab not much had been done to facilitate the same Through the research project the level of political participation of Muslims and Christians will also be observed and their share in the political systems will be analysed The existing policies of the government for the benefits of these minority groups in urban and rural areas will also be examined For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsKolkata: Representatives from the football federations of Mexico England Chile and Iraq who are placed in Group F of the FIFA U-17 World Cup on Sunday expressed satisfaction after inspecting the Salt Lake Stadium in Kolkata ahead of the tournament starting on 6 October Kolkata’s Salt Lake Stadium will host the final of the 2017 U-17 World Cup Twitter/ @IndianFootball All group F matches of the U-17 World Cup will be played at the colossal venue which has regularly hosted crowds in excess of 100000 during matches between local arch-rivals Mohun Bagan and East Bengal "They have expressed their satisfaction after inspecting the venue and rated it first class" an official from the Local Organising Committee (LoC) said "National Teams doing inspections at all venues Overall feedback is quite positive very impressed with facilities" LoC tournament director Javier Ceppi tweeted on Sunday Speaking to reporters after the inspection Mexico interim coach Echeverria Perez Enrique said: "With the new format there will be no easy games in the World Cup Even teams without any history can surprise big sides" "Hopefully Mexico will go to semis and then play the final here It’s a project we started 6-7 years ago" he said While Mexico and Chile are expected to reach the eastern metropolis by the first week of October England who recently won the U-20 World Cup might come earlier than them "Winning the U-20 World Cup will be motivation for the U-17 boys and not added pressure" England coach Steve Cooper said The youth World Cup taking place for the first time in India saw India pitted against Ghana the US and Colombia in Group A in the official draw held in Mumbai on Friday The Salt Lake Stadium will host 10 matches along with the final on 28 October New Delhi:Basking in the glory of his first Grand Slam title win Rohan Bopanna says his mixed doubles title triumph at the French Open has strengthened his belief that "one should never give up on dreams" Bopanna had to wait for 14 years after turning Pro to clinch a Major trophy the French Open mixed doubles with Gabriela Dabrwoski and the 37-year-old said it was worth the wait It’s not only the defeats and tough times that teach certain victories too signal a few things Rohan Bopanna in action at the French Open Getty Images "Never give up on your dreams That is something which stands out (in this win)" Bopanna only the fourth Indian ever to win a Grand Slam said in an interaction with PTI after meeting Union Sports Minister Vijay Goel He is a late bloomer who has contributed in some of India’s most memorable Davis Cup wins in singles but it does not matter "Age is only a number You can’t set a timeline (for achievements) As long as you believe in yourself and keep working hard nothing can stop you I worked towards my goal every single day and I am feeling grateful that my team also put in efforts Although tennis is an individual sport everyone has contributed in it" said the winner of 16 ATP titles Mixed doubles is played only at Grand Slams and even considered a side show Bopanna refused comment on the perception but asserted that to have singles champions many things need to change in India However nothing can be taken away from Bopanna’s achievement since he took up a sport which hardly finds support from corporates in the country and is in the limelight most of the time for wrong reasons When an athlete is recognised only after achieving something at the global stage such victories are to be savoured and Bopanna is living every moment of it "To get singles champions we need to have a system in place at the grassroots level We have a very limited support from the Federation (AITA) or corporates We need that system to compete with European standards We still have a long way to go" he said So there shouldn’t be complaints about only having doubles champions and not singles "It’s not about complaining We should look at it in a positive way Everyone from outside plays a part (in progress of a player) whether it is the Federation parents or coaches These guys need support from the junior level and that is when you create champions" Bopanna is doing his bit for the sport by bringing in foreign coaches at his academy — UK’s Aubrey Barrett and Serbia’s Dragan Bukumirovic "I am also bringing a couple of coaches to my academy in Bangalore from outside They will be here for a year and help these kids I tell the players if they go outside go for a year not for a month or so "In a month it does not really help improve much That’s why I am bringing these coaches let’s hope the kids make good use of this opportunity coming this month" said Bopanna Interestingly the French Tennis Federation (FFT) which is keen to promote clay court tennis is also willing to chip in to help Bopanna whose academy has clay courts "We have been in talks Unfortunately our schedule was such (during French Open) that we could not sit and discuss much Nice that they are encouraging tennis in India" Talking about his meeting with Sports Minister Vijay Goel he said"I always keep reading that they are doing so much for sports so it was good to meet him in person It’s encouraging that they are working on a few things" "He was happy that I have started my tennis academy in Bangalore Let’s see how the government and the players can come together and help the sport" Asked if Bopanna will get the Arjuna Award Goel said "All deserving players should get it We will constitute a committee which has set rules It will decide on that Written by Express News Service | Published: March 13 2013 12:52 am Related News Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan on Tuesday told the Assembly that the electricity connection of a Nalasopara residentwho received his bill with Chhota Pakistan as the addresshas been cancelled as he had submitted fake documents The electricity distribution companyas per the recommendations of its legal cellhas decided to permanently cancel the connection of the said individual as he had submitted fake residential proof The Nalasopara police have also filed a case against the individual?
I can go early if there’s a collapse. I will also meet the Lt Governor along with Khan’s family.