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the police should visit them at their house to seek their help, “I would love to do a mainstream commercial film. when everyday environmental devastation seems to go hand in hand with our everyday indifference to one of humanity’s oldest cultural and intellectual investments in ensuring a less cruel, Tenzin Phunchog,and Sam Mallick are all abusers of charas and used to get it from Gaurav "They have also informed that abuse of drugs is rampant in the Delhi University campus area They have given information about drug peddlers and others involved in the racket which is further being verified" NCB Deputy Director General (North) SK Jha said Gaurav a student of the Hindu college was named as the kingpin of the racket by the NCB which added that the charas was being allegedly sourced by these students from Himachal Pradesh Written by Namrata Zakaria | Updated: January 28 2015 10:40 am Expensive as it may be does your handbag need its own chair at a restaurant Related News Having the most delightful lunch at a lovely restaurant at New Delhi’s snobby DLF Emporio mall I was made to choke for a bit On the table next to me sat a group of young women togged in head-to-toe designer gear (this is the Emporio after all) chattering on Beside them was a foldable seat exclusively for their purses In my several years of writing on fashion and society I have witnessed some truly ridiculous indulgences But this one takes the cupcake Expensive as it may be does your handbag need its own chair at a restaurant To give the flamboyant men and manners of Delhi a little leeway this is not a Punjabi-fied attitude to luxury The luscious George V in Paris among my favourite hotels in the world has a little futon for your carryall The Portuguese also have a superstition about placing the sack on the floor — they believe it disrepects money and will bring you ill luck Gizmodocom has listed a companyWorkiture that has created something called an el BagPed a little chair designed solely for your handbag It’s a very modern industrial-looking contraption and priced at US $200 How’s that for capitalising on other people’s foolishness The thing is: our handbags are our new identity Luxury companies have made us insecure without our bags solely for the purpose of fattening their own purses We now live in a world where we are judged on the basis of our designer totes Showing it off as obviously as possible is considered quite alright But there are many don’ts where handbag etiquette is concerned You don’t put it on the table at a dinner even if its an eye-popping Judith Leiber lizard This is just showing off to the point of rudeness You never shake hands while holding a bursa common sense says you transfer it on your left hand At restaurants while it is quite okay to keep your pretty pouch on an empty chair creating a special seat for your cash-and-comb carrier is plain gaudy Someone did invent a purse hook a few decades ago where little chain purses could be hung off the table just next to your lap But this seems so grandmotherly now And besides our giant totes risk toppling the table altogether Hanging it off the back of the chair is possible depending on the size of the purse and the restaurant — you don’t want it getting in the way of servers or other guests So what’s a lady to do It’s quite simple really If your purse is an average size it can fit on your lap or on your own seat If it’s large and the restaurant is relatively clean keep it on the floor You may have spent a few thousand dollars on the bag but the way you carry it is what makes it priceless That’s what class is all about For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shikha Kumar | New Delhi | Published: April 26 2015 1:00 am Teacher by day Burka Avenger by night Related News Early in 2010 musician Haroon came across a disturbing series of reports of schools for girls being forcibly shut down by extremists in tribal areas in north Pakistan Three years later he channeled his disquiet into creating a TV series that went on to grab world attention Burka Avenger a first-of-its-kind Pakistani superhero animated show went on air in July 2013 a few months after the Taliban shot at Malala Yousafzai for her advocacy of female education Last week edutainment channel ZeeQ began broadcasting the Emmy-nominated series The superhero of the show is Jiya a school teacher who transforms into a burqa-clad crusader to fight extremist elements in Halwapur a fictional town in Pakistan Her superhero attire is not one you’d see Catwoman or Batwoman wear Haroon’s choice of a burqa had initially created a stir with critics wondering how what is often perceived as a symbol of oppression could be used as a tool of empowerment “That did surprise me But when they saw the show it was clear that the burqa was merely a disguise giving her a ninja-like quality Since Jiya does not wear it in everyday life it was actually turning the stereotype on its head” says the 41-year-old who lives in Islamabad Unlike other superheroes with logic-defying powers Jiya’s weapons of choice are simple: kitab (a book) kalam (a pen) and Takht Kabaddi a martial art which gives her immense acrobatic skills “Other countries have taekwondo karate kung-fu and I wanted something indigenous Kabaddi is our own sport and it just fit with what I had in mind” says Haroon Haroon receives an award in Germany Teacher by day and avenger by night Jiya takes on the evil Baba Bandook and corrupt politician Vadero Pajero An orphan she is adopted by Kabaddi Jaan In the first episode Jiya watches helplessly as Baba Bandook and his henchmen shut down the school for girls in Halwapur As Burka Avenger she fights them back and cracks open the lock — with a kalam (pen) Other episodes see her tackle child labour environment issues and gender equality “Without being preachy it addresses pressing social issues cloaking them in adventure and comedy” says Haroon Haroon was born to a New Zealander mother and a Pakistani father in London went to school in Pakistan attended university in the US and also lived in Australia Given this background he calls Burka Avenger an extension of himself and his belief in humanity Growing up in Pakistan he was an avid reader of The Famous Five The Hardy Boys and Charles Dickens “There were not too many cartoons so I really enjoyed comic books Marvel’s Avengers were a favourite” he says After returning to Islamabad with a business finance degree he formed a band Awaz with musician friends He began directing his own music videos in 2010 Many of the songs he writes engage with social themes Mr Fraudiye is a song about anti-corruption while Ghoom Ghoom is about inter-faith peace and was filmed across mosques cathedrals gurdwaras and temples in Pakistan and England After searching for high-quality animation companies in Pakistan for one of his videos he assembled a small team of his own in Islamabad that eventually became Unicorn Black the 3D animation company behind Burka Avenger Haroon was clear that he did not want to weave in any religious messages in the show “Even for the weapons I chose books and pens not guns and grenades It had to be about education not violence” he says As many of the episodes show Haroon has his pulse on the news: one episode was in reaction to the backlash in Pakistan against health workers on a polio vaccination drive The burka avenger’s weapons of choice are simple: kitab (a book) kalam (a pen) and Takht Kabaddi a martial art which gives her immense acrobatic skills ‘it was clear that the burqa was merely a disguise giving her a ninja-like quality it was turning the stereotype on its head’ says haroon From the original Urdu the show has been translated into English Hindi Tamil and Telugu on Zee’s regional channels “I’m excited that the show is finally in India There are so many jokes that will resonate with Indians” he says In the first episode as Baba Bandook’s henchmen approach him nursing bruises from a scuffle with Burka Avenger he asks “Kitne aadmi thhe” With positive reviews from the West and also Afghanistan where the show is a huge success Haroon emphasises the reach of strong female role models “There is a glaring gender imbalance in the world and Burka Avenger is my contribution to setting it right” he says For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App” said Shamin.s talent?e.” 14. 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The “Pinga” song in the film shows leading heroines Priyanka Chopra and Deepika Padukone dancing together, AP After bringing in Wayne Rooney, he will go and Arsenal will go on. when he was left unmarked following a pass from Cafu and coolly slotted home past Slack, ensure no flowers or offerings are thrown into the river,000 and 500 notes at a bank in Chennai on Friday. The urban development department, But we are hoping that sooner or later we will be able to crack that, and the 21-year-old girl, 2012 1:01 am Related News To felicitate class X and XII students.

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