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For all the latest Entertainment News, followed by another list on February 29. where Dilip Kumar has been admitted.2 lakh per dose, India were pushed back after the initial wickets and could never recover. They scored against an over-confident India, "Our team showed we were together and ready to work hard. 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producer IBP Inc over accounting irregularities The court said the shortfall was not due to a long-term problem For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Top NewsArrested Myanmar reporters: Two book lovers dedicated to their craft | Reuters Fwire Reuters Dec 19 2017 20:32:42 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Dec 19 2017 20:32 PM | Updated Date: Dec 19 2017 20:32 PM Tags : New Delhi | Updated: March 5 2014 7:16 pm Related News It’s possible that to you like many of us history is a mausoleum to forgotten dates and dead people British author Sam Miller is the kind of history teacher who could have changed your mind and his new book A Strange Kind of Paradise with its mashup of emperors and YouTube ancient explorers and 20th century sitcoms Parsi weddings and ancient Greeks is the kind of entertaining writing that could banish boredom from any classroom “History is amazing it is full of extraordinary stuff that is fascinating even today” says the 52-year-old author who has a gripe about the tag of “popular history” that his book will surely attract “As if it is bad history It is not it is accessible history” he says In A Strange Kind of Paradise Miller surveys how foreigners have perceived India over 2500 years from Scylax the ancient Greek who not quite truthfully found in India the Enotikoitoi — people whose ears were so large that they used them as sleeping bags — to Allen Ginsberg who wanted to touch “real poverty” and had a wild time “hanging out happily with burning corpses and sadhus” “The foreigners had these often mad and madly different ideas of India They would see it as an incredibly rich place and an incredibly poor place A spiritual as well as materialistic place A place that was sexually free and sophisticated and one that was sexually conservative and repressed Sometimes they would hold those views at the same time My argument is that all of these things were partly true that India was large enough for all of those things to be true” he says Miller grew up in London during the ’60s and ’70s but remained untouched by either the Raj nostalgia or the idea post Beatles of India as a place where one went to find free love drugs and enlightenment He had he says no sense of his Indian destiny He was a BBC journalist in the Middle East when he came to Bombay as a wedding guest and the boyfriend of the groom’s sister He stayed on because he married Shireen and the couple moved to Delhi in 1991 As a writer on India Miller remains determinedly sceptical of accounts that exoticise it either as a place where sadhus take marijuana breaks on beds of nails or as heaven on earth His first book Delhi: Adventures in a Megacity saw him chase down the two stories that he insists lies down every road in India That account of a Hindi-speaking irrepressibly curious flaneur of Delhi was one of the first accounts to humanise this famously hard-to-love city (When you ask him about how the city has changed his answer delivered with a snort of laughter is: “Shahpur Jat has an Australian restaurant I would not have believed it two-three years ago”) A Strange Kind of Paradise is an account of Miller’s perambulations through time as well as space but it has one foot in the eccentricities of contemporary India The book teems with stories and trivia nuggets of history and the glimmer of factoids The Sam Miller footnote is a genre in itself a meta-narrative of cheeky observations and untold stories that tempt you to take off on many different paths (How can you not YouTube a Bengali version of Peter Sarstedt’s Where Do You Go My Lovely Or stop to laugh at the smug racism of a NYT typo when an Indian got the Nobel for literature: “Babindranath Tagore if not exactly one of us is as an Aryan a distant relative of all white folk”) In its playful structure is the story of the digital reader “If you see how many people use the internet they zap between different things press links and go off in completely different directions The footnotes are a bit for me like a hyperlink That’s becoming a normal way of reading not perhaps the only way of reading I don’t think the linear narrative is any longer the dominant form of reading that we do in our life” he says The flip side of giving the reader so much fun is that he might ignore the scholarship packed into its pages But what leaps off the page is the generosity of this foreigner towards an often-difficult country his acceptance of its foibles and ugliness his passion for its history and his love for this strange land even on days it is not a paradise For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express AppWritten by Press Trust Of India | Mumbai | Published: August 11 2013 12:21 am Related News The Bombay High Court has asked the Maharashtra Government to reinstate a dismissed police constablewho was acquitted of the charge of murdering his minor son five years ago The order was given by a bench of Justices Abhay Oka and Gautam Patel which said constable Sanjay Giridhar Koli alias Tayade was dismissed from service only because of the murder charge faced by him As he had been acquitted by a Sessions Courthe should be reinstatedthe Judges said The 44-year-old policemanposted in adjoining Thanewas dismissed from service in 2008 after he allegedly threw his son from his first floor house Koli reportedly had a tiff with his wife following which he lost his cool and in a fit of anger allegedly threw his son from the balcony Though the constables wife and neighbours had tendered evidence against Kolia Sessions Court in Thane had acquitted him on the grounds that the statements of witnesses were inconsistent After his acquittalKoli urged the Thane Police Commissioner to reinstate him HoweverKolis plea was rejected He filed an appeal before the Home Ministry whichtooturned down his application Kolithen moved Maharashtra Administrative Tribunal (MAT)which passed an order in his favour in May last year and directed the State to reinstate him with all consequential benefits MAT asked the State to treat him as if he was in job all these years and give him promotions and increments The State filed an appeal in the High Court which recently rejected its plea and ordered Kolis reinstatement The respondents suspension and termination are based only on the respondent being an accused in the criminal case Having been acquitted in that proceedingand there being no independent departmental enquiryit must necessarily follow that the respondents suspension and termination cannot be sustained,myweekendkitchen. only one of the vessels was armed.

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