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Eight other members of the Champions Trophy team – Sarfraz Ahmed, maps, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Nagpur | Published: December 5, The first Test of India’s series set to happen at Galle, with her brother telling the magazine’s Ramin Setoodeh that she suffered from depression after the incident.Hai Bangalore,Lokesh Koppad said that Belagere had returned to Bangalore from his farmhouse on the outskirts of the city a few weeks ago When asked whether he had commented on the recent development Koppad said "Belagere sir said that he is willing to be arrested as he thinks that justice will be done" Koppad added that Belagere had already spoken to his lawyer and they were planning legal remedies "He believes that this issue has now become an ego battle for the Assembly and personallyfor the Speaker It is no longer a question of whether the article was defamatory They only want to see a journalist behind bars" said Koppad Two of the recent editions of Hai Bangalore Image procured by author Incidentally after taking over as Speaker Koliwad had passed a notification and set up a panel to "regulate the media" which he said was indulging in "unruly behaviour" and "sensationalising trivial matters" This plan had to be abandoned after the state legislature was heavily criticised for their attempt to curtail the voice of the media The two journalists will now approach the Karnataka High Court even though their earlier application for the high court to "squash Assembly arrest orders" was rejected The duo’s lawyer Shankarappa said thatwhile rejecting their plea the high court had earlier advised the Assembly and the journalists to reach a solution amicably "But this has clearly not happened So we will approach the court again and show them how arbitrary the orders of the Assembly are" he said When asked if he was planning to leave the city Raj said "I am sitting comfortably at my house They have my address Ihave done nothing wrong to hide from them They can come and arrest me here" The author is a Mumbai-based freelance writer and a member of101Reporterscom a pan-India network of grassroots reporters Lalu Yadav and Nitish Kumar are ready for the Bihar battle They have given final shape to a seat-sharing formula to ensure their alliance doesn’t fall apart at the last hurdle before polls and the non-NDA vote doesn’t split Once the Congress agrees with the arrangement—the announcement is scheduled around August 15 — the Bihar election would become a bipolar fight between two alliances: BJP and its allies on one side; Kumar-Yadav and their partners on the others For the past few weeks there was speculation within the NDA camp that Kumar and Yadav will fight over the number of seats for their parties and part ways But this doesn’t seem to be happening The fear of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is keeping them glued In all likelihood Kumar’s JD (U) and Yadav’s RJD will contest on an equal number of seats around 100 The Congress which is yet to formally announce the pact with the two parties will get around 30 seats The NCP’s share could be around five seats Bihar has 243 assembly constituencies Now that Yadav and Kumar are almost certain that they do not want the anti-NDA vote to split the outcome would be mainly by four factors: Modi’s influence Kumar’s popularity Yadav’s ability to transfer RJD votes to the alliance and the ability of the two camps to rearrange existing caste equations The Bihar election is the first after Delhi where voters had proved that the Modi wave can be countered by two factors: absence of Congress as an important player and the presence of a charismatic regional leader Lalu Prasad Yadav (left) and Nitish Kumar IBNLive Both these factors are working in Bihar Kumar like Kejriwal turned out to be in Delhi is the most popular state leader His ratings are much higher than BJP rival Sushil Modi and Lok Janshakti Party leader Ram Vilas Paswan Kumar’s popularity in Bihar will thus effectively balance the power of Modi Similarly just as in Delhi the Congress is a marginal player This doesn’t help the BJP In the 2014 Lok Sabha election a large number of voters had veered towards the BJP because of their antipathy for the Congress When the Congress is not an option there aren’t too many negative votes to harvest In the 2010 election JD (U) RJD and Congress had contested as rivals But their combined vote share of 50 percent—2260 1885 and 89 per cent respectively—was higher than the 40 percent votes polled in 2014 by the BJP and its allies If pre-poll surveys are getting it right the voting preferences have not changed much A snap poll by ABP-Nielsen in February predicted a win for the anti-Modi alliance The survey found a huge gap of almost 15 percent (56 JD (U)-RJD and 41 BJP+) in the number of people likely to vote for the two coalitions A follow-up survey in June threw up similar figures though the gap seemed to have narrowed a bit Most Backward Castes are nearly 21 percent of Bihar voters Muslims (147) Yadavs (144) Kurmis (5) Keoris and Mahadalits (10) are the other castes that play important roles in an election On paper Yadav’s Muslim-Yadav (MY) vote bank and the support Kumar enjoys among Kurmis and Koeris is formidable To add to this caste combination Kumar is working also on retaining Mahadalits—Musahars Doms and Dusads—who had supported him in the previous election But the equations can change The biggest worry within the JD (U)-Congress camp is how much of Lalu Yadav’s nearly 18 percent vote bank remain faithful to the allies The current belief with the alliance that the minorities will shift completely towards the alliance but the Yadavs may pick and choose their candidates If a sizeable portion of Yadavs doesn’t support candidates contesting on JD (U) and Congress tickets and instead votes for BJP candidates the alliance may suffer heavily In addition if the BJP manages to snare Mahadalits into its camp through its alliance with former CM Jeetan Ram Manjhi Kumar may find the going tough The JD (U) however is confident that not only will its caste-base remain intact; the BJP will lose some of the upper caste support because of Kumar’s popularity and image and the less-than-satisfactory performance of the Central government under Modi In the end the election may be decided by the number of Mahadalits and Yadavs who leave the alliance because of Modi’s appeal and the percentage of upper caste voters who dump the BJP this time because of Kumar’s performance If the exodus of voters from both camps is equal Kumar will become the CM again If only the Yadavs and Mahadalits leave him the BJP would form the next government The outcome will be decided by caste equations but the equations will depend on the charisma of Modi and Kumar Written by Mini Kapoor | New Delhi | Updated: June 1 2014 3:48 am The Vietnamese banh mi is the baguette made airier Top News As we watch agog the streets of Bangkok patrolled by soldiers securing the military takeover it is an apt moment to look at the histories and myths encoded in everyday food It has been recalled this month that Pad Thai owes its popularity to its adoption as the national dish by Thailand’s ultra-nationalist military dictator back in the 1940s Plaek Phibunsongkhram Some have it that the attempt was to curb consumption of rice whose export was (and remains) a key source of income but so popular is the dish around the world that Mina Holland says she’s chosen not to be repetitive and include its recipe in her encyclopedic survey of everyday food The Edible Atlas: Around the World in Thirty-Nine Cuisines A peculiar tension informs this book one that Holland an established food writer consciously plays on between the specialness of everyday food consumed in its native place as it were and its recreation in kitchens elsewhere Part travelogue part personal history (Holland’s father was born in Nigeria her grandmother in Nainital her grandfather retired to Pattaya in Thailand) part literary overview (food-related and other quotes from writers Arundhati Roy on India Orhan Pamuk on Turkey Mario Vargas Llosa on Peru etc) The Edible Atlas strives to show how local cuisine is of its place how a dish catches in its ingredients and recipe geography history custom local temper: “Why do people eat as they do in different parts of the world” How there is no telling when a particular meal or snack will define our recollections of that moment But alongside this handy guide to how to enjoy everyday food thoughtfully and informatively (and always pleasurably) Holland includes recipes for a couple of dishes from that country (or in case of countries with exceptionally rich and varied cuisine India Italy France China etc its different regions) You know the ambition — you know that you will never find a kulcha like those in Amritsar’s dhabas or that pretzel in Munich’s beer gardens but never shall you give up trying to find one that approximates it To read Holland’s book is to be reminded that every cuisine has its narrative In a book for popular readership and with space permitting short introductions she finds different threads For north India for instance the Grand Trunk Road provides a route for surveying food from Kashmir through Punjab and UP and on to Bengal the shift in flavours ingredients and styles of cooking finding reflection in conditions on the ground For Vietnam the colonial backdrop and its geographical location inform its hybrid cuisine perhaps best encapsulated in banh mi (the French baguette made “lighter and airier” so that its thick crust can hold locally available fillings) The food of Italy’s Veneto region becomes comprehensible by dwelling a bit on Venice’s place on old trade routes The traditional taboo on consumption of meat in Japan explains the curious table settings “one soup three sides” (that is a hearty soup surrounded by side dishes of rice pickles and a third that varies) “We don’t cook for one we cook for 10” a Brazilian cook tells Holland highlighting the habit of cooking in just one large pan The hybrid cuisine of Jamaica is of course a reminder of the its violent imperial past but invoking Nobel laureate Derek Alcott Holland says food is one of the aspects of Caribbean life that makes “the sigh of history dissolve” She could add that the ever ongoing attempt to find locally substitutable ingredients to make dishes from elsewhere is also our way of making distance and barriers dissolve [email protected] This story appeared in print under the headline Food That Travels Well For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsRamu stands in front of a blank white wall paint brush in hand contemplating the words penciled in – “AIADMK – Full” He then moves over to where his paints are kept picks out the green paint and with a thin brush he expertly traces the outline of the AIADMK’s (All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam) two-leaf symbol and proceeds with the detailing It is the middle of the afternoon the heat is blazing and he still has another five houses in the Melirippu village in Cuddalore before he moves on to the next village Like Ramu a number of artists across Tamil Nadu have been finding work this election season painting houses with different party symbols For the people of Tamil Nadu their political ideology is a way of life With very little work through the year however artists are forced to forget party preferences in their pursuit of a livelihood In the past few years political rallies and elections have become the only steady income for the dance troupes and artists Getty images Ramu and his family are DMK (Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam) party members in Villupuram Although he helped with the party’s campaign for the past three elections he still continues to go from village to village painting party symbols on walls across Tamil Nadu “This is the only work I get and I am grateful This is not the time to think of my political leanings” he says as he finishes up the AIADMK symbol and starts on PMK’s (Pattali Makkal Katchi) mango symbol on another wall in the same house “I have been an artist for over 20 years now but now the only work I find is during the elections when the parties want me to paint their symbols on the walls” he says He belongs to an artists’ association which is how he gets contracts to paint party symbols during the elections In another part of the Cuddalore district Jayakumar who is a VCK (Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi) block secretary has a similar job and echoes Ramu’s sentiment He has been painting AIADMK DMK and PMK symbols across the district “As a VCK cadre it goes against the grain for me to paint the PMK symbol but considering this is the only work I get I cannot be fussy” he explains Over the years there have been several clashes between the cadres of the pro-Vanniyar PMK and those from the Dalit-centric VCK Until a decade ago artists like Jayakumar and Ramu used to have flourishing businesses Movie theatres would hire these artists to paint their posters and cutouts “Earlier I used to paint posters of Rajinikanth and Kamal Hassan Everyone appreciated my art and people would even offer prayers to these cutouts” said Mathimohan another artist who also belongs to the VCK Now there is very little work for artists throughout the year “Most people prefer digital banners to our artwork because it is cheaper faster to make and is less labour intensive For us this has meant taking up any job we get Most artists now work as house painters” Masilamani an artist from Cuddalore said Painters are not the only professionals who seem to only find work during the elections Azhagu Sundari from the Vetri Namathe troupe has been a dancer all her life Her parents and even her grandparents used to entertain people at temple festivals across the state But with work now scarce their troupe mainly performs only in political rallies Often Azhagu dresses up like MGR and she says it is a hit with the crowd “Most people who are AIADMK followers are ardent fans of MGR and so seeing someone like him on stage drives them crazy” she says Other members of her troupe also attend political rallies of other parties “They dress up like Kalaignar or even PMK’s Ramadoss as a way to get the crowd warmed up before the speeches” Azhagu says In the past few years political rallies have become the only steady income for the troupe Before the Madras High Court banned ‘record’ dances deeming them obscene many members of the troupe had a steady year-round income dancing in temple festivals and other public functions “Many temple officials are now wary of calling us for their festivals because they are not sure if our dancing will be obscene This is our only livelihood so we perform where we can” she said “We have now formed an association to try and break the stereotype that dancers are prostitutes and that our art form is obscene” she explains “There have been some instances where men who attend our shows during the temple festivals have attempted to sexually harass us We are still trying to keep our profession pure and if we hear of any dancers who are behaving in an obscene or vulgar manner people from our association report them to the police” she adds While these artistes have found steady income in the past couple of months once the election fever dies down they are unsure of their financial situation “Whichever party comes to power we still will not have a livelihood Until there is some way for us to find steady income we will continue to live from election to election” Masilamani saysquestioning his extended stay at IHBAS: ? which is hosting the first two games in a three-match series starting? 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