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We need to focus on retaining the registration by encouraging the renewal of existing registrations and attracting more workers to register with us, That territory is opening up to Indian cinema and BIFF encourages distributors as well as makers, said Bahl For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Surbhi Varma | Chandigarh | Updated: February 4 2016 9:34 am Meenu Thakur’s presentations mostly concentrate on socially relevant themes like save girl child environment and traditions Jasbir Malhi Top News FOR 20 years now Delhi-based Kuchipudi danseuse Meenu Thakur has been keeping alive this traditional dance form entertaining and engaging audiences in its fluid movements its enchanting styles and deep rasa In Chandigarh for a dance performance courtesy the SPICMACAY Thakur talks about how she reaches out to the youth Versatile and stunning herself Thakur hails from Rajasthan and was inducted into dance from childhood She also learnt Kathak for five years and began her training with Padma Bhushan Swapnasundari and Natyacharya Pasumurthy Sitaramaiya Today dance is a vital piece of her life With gurus like Padma Shri Guru Jayarama Rao and Vanashree Rao Thakur has been able to keep this art form alive With SPICMACAY for 11 years now Thakur feels that north India lacks gurus for Kuchipudi and hence the bet towards Kathak “But over a period of time young girls have and are showing interest in this art form too” she says She has also been running the ‘Surmaya’ institute for 18 years to teach young girls the fine art of Kuchipudi “At our institute I teach girls from Assam and West Bengal as well Russian students also enroll but for a short period Kuchipudi is a vibrant dance form that involves complex footwork making it even more challenging and interesting” says Thakur who will be holding a couple of workshops in Chandigarh to create awareness about this dance form Her greatest accomplishments she says have been her performance at Rashtrapati Bhavan in the presence of late President of India Dr A P J Abdul Kalam She fondly recalls her creative choreography and mixing Kuchipudi with the dance of Brunei at the India-ASEAN Commemorative Summit Her presentations mostly concentrate on socially relevant themes like save girl child environment and traditions “I like to experiment but my roots will always be traditional” she says Her latest performance was ‘Bhama Kalapm’ a traditional dance drama written by Siddhendra Yogi Penned originally in Telegu she translated it into Hindi For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AFP | Kuala Lumpur | Updated: December 3 2016 9:55 pm Footage of the 29-year-old scoring a viciously swerving goal from 35 metres (115 feet) out has gone viral making him a sensation in football-crazy Malaysia (Source: Youtube) Top News A Malaysian footballer has beaten the likes of Neymar and Messi to score a place in FIFA’s shortlist for top three goals of the year Midfielder Mohamad Faiz Subri’s cracker of a free kick for Penang state in the Malaysian Super League in February was reminiscent of the swerving thunderbolt by Brazil legend Roberto Carlos against France in 1997 Footage of the 29-year-old scoring a viciously swerving goal from 35 metres (115 feet) out has gone viral making him a sensation in football-crazy Malaysia “This is something I will never forget and it motivates me to improve my game further” Faiz told AFP on Thursday “Football brings people together and football supporters here are of many races Chinese Indians and Malays and they voted for my goal” he added Ten FIFA Puskas Award 2016 finalists chosen from thousands of goals scored around the world between September 2015 and September 2016 were revealed last month FIFA announced that Brazil’s Marlone and Venezuela’s woman footballer Stephanie Roche were joining Faiz on the shortlist The winner will be announced on January 9 in Zurich For now Malaysia’s football hero is playing it cool “It’s not time for partying yet” Faiz said “Let’s wait till January 9” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shahid Judge | Mumbai | Updated: January 13 2017 9:52 am David Rudisha won arguably the greatest 800m race at the 2012 Games Top News There was spontaneous applause It erupted even before the video replay had ended On screen David Rudisha — with long meaningful strides — galloped from start to finish ahead of the pack to win the 800m race at the 2012 London Olympics Here was an athlete who challenged the ‘last-kick strategy’ — he didn’t care much for the tradition of sticking with the pack till 600 metres before pushing ahead He dominated from the start till the very end And it wasn’t a hasty sprint Each step was measured complemented with an equally elegant oscillation of his long arms He became the only athlete to break the 1:41 minute mark in an 800m race A memory that even five years later brings up goosebumps and inspires applause Meanwhile Rudisha himself sits on stage smiling calmly He remembers the race fondly as his first ever Olympic triumph More so because it lifted a special kind of pressure off his shoulders His father Daniel had represented and won for Kenya a silver medal at the 1968 Olympics David had to match that tally “My father was an Olympian in 1968 There was family pressure as well And it was my first Olympics so going there was a huge thing in my career” he recalls in his first trip to India as the event ambassador of the Mumbai Marathon Four years later he’d defend his title in Rio And now he’s aiming for an unprecedented third at Tokyo 2020 “That is my main aim It’s always good to give yourself a target and something to work on I know I will be around 31 by 2020 but I’ll still be within a good bracket to compete and contest with the competition I still feel I have a lot left in me” he says In a new challenge Rudisha finds motivation It’s what he asserts makes the medal won at Rio more important than the one he won in London four years earlier “Rio was different To defend a title is more meaningful to me” he says “Right now I’m thinking about 2020 and that keeps me motivated I know I have three years for that and I have to get strong” In a career decorated with accolades which includes two World Championship titles Rudisha is considered the greatest 800m runner ever Among the top 10 timings in the category six belong to Rudisha — including the top three The world record itself was one that he set at London 2012 a race often touted ‘The Greatest 800 Metres Race Ever’ It’s a race that worked as inspiration for him to return to running when he injured his knee a year later “I’ve watched the London final several times It motivates me When I was really down at some point never thought I’d be back on the track The mental challenges to get fit again and reach where I am Then to win the world title in 2015 was big encouragement” he adds At Rio he confirmed his status as the greatest 800 m runner the sport has seen And he’s hoping to use that reputation to inspire upcoming runners from his country just as he was motivated by a former great in the sport “I come from the Maasai community and one of the runners who lived nearby was Billy Konchellah who won two World Championships in 800m I knew he lived just a few kilometres away from home and it motivated me to be like him” Looking back at his career however he remembers being egged on to achieve greatness in as early as 2010 two years before his first Olympic Games “Seb Coe (Sebastian Coe) and Wilson (Kipketer) never won an Olympic title in 800m They were asked a question about it and they said Rudisha is here He’s the one who will answer that” he recalls And it was in Coe and Kipketer that he found the inspiration to change his running tactics Watching online videos of the legends he decided to surge ahead early in races rather than stick with the pack till closer to the end “If you want to win the race you can’t be staying with the pack You have to go out there and make your pace Only then can you achieve You have to go out there courageously and make things work for you” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: March 19 2016 12:38 pm Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya at JNU Friday night following their release from custody (Express Photo by Ravi Kanojia) Related News Hours after his release from Tihar jail in a sedition case JNU student Umar Khalid Friday said he has no regrets of being jailed and was rather proud of being booked under the said charges “We have no regrets of being jailed in this particular case We are in fact proud of the fact that we have been booked under sedition a law under which activists like Arundhati Roy and Binayak Sen were booked? But, The bitterness and the animosity amid legislators have so often set new benchmarks of absurdity that it doesn’t manage to stir the same outrage. At a time when India needs to unite its badly divided strengths,including Nicola Tesla.
yet-untitled Kamal Haasan project with director Rajeev Kumar and filmmaker Shankar’s magnum opus ‘2. 2016 1:38 pm Top News Debbie Hockley has been elected as president of New Zealand Cricket,s was below the radar. For all the latest Pune News, download Indian Express App More Top News According to the complainant, It’s a different assembly line that produces players for the 50-over or T20 versions of the game. Youngsters from the Caribbean Islands relate easily to the flamboyance and the fun nature of white-ball cricket. throughout the summer, Top News After the unfortunate news of a leading Malayalam female actor being molested in a running car came under limelight.
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