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He was found lying in a pool of blood, the officer said A case has been registered For all the latest Crime News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sabyasachi Bandopadhyay | Kolkata | Published: May 26 2012 4:03 am Related News The West Bengal governments decision to send people who are close to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee as part of an official delegation to attend a trade fair in China has raised many eyebrows Questions are being raised on why the government chose Suvaprasannaa painter who was made chairman of West Bengal Heritage Commission by the CMas part of the delegation for the trade fair While the delegation for South Asian Trade Fair at Kunming in China will be led by Minister for Power Manish Guptaothers accompanying himbesides Suvaprasannainclude DGM (Corporate Communications) of West Bengal Industrial Development Corporation (WBIDC) Sudip Das and President of Bengal Chamber of Commerce Sandipan Chakrabarty The government of China will bear the expenses for the stay of the representatives at Kunmingwhile the state government will bear all other expensesincluding airlines fare The delegation will leave on June 6 and will return on June 10 The government of China has sent the invitation to all the states and we are going to attend the fair on behalf of the West Bengal government? Manish Gupta told The Indian Express Asked why Suvaprasannawho has got nothing to do with trade and commercehas found place in the delegationGupta failed to give any reply Sudip Das has been largely credited with organising the state governments extravagant Pragati Utsav that was held at Milan Mela to showcase the governments successes in the last one year Interestinglyjust three months after assuming officeTourism Minister Rachpal Singh requested the chief minister to sanction an overseas trip to promote tourismbut the chief minister turned it down citing financial crunch The first minister of this government who went abroad to woo investors was Minister for Commerce and Industries Partha Chatterjee The minister visited Singapore last week on the invitation of the Alumni Association of St Xaviers College which organised a seminar Beyond Boundaries to discuss investment opportunities in West Bengal While the state government paid for the expenses of the ministerthe alumni association paid for the trip of the principal of the College Felix Rajwho accompanied the minister For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: April 21 2013 1:19 am Related News A technical seminar (TECHSEM-13) on Advanced Naval Propulsion Technologies that began on Friday at INS Shivajithe premier Technical Training institute of the Indian Navyconcluded on Saturday The event was held to commemorate the 75th anniversary of its flagship course the Marine Engineering Specialisation Course (MESC) Sekhar BasudirectorBARC was the guest of honour and vice-admiral Dinesh Prabhakarproject directorATV Project was the chief guest Among othersdirectorate of Marine Engineering of Naval HeadquartersM/s DCNS and M/s General Electric presented their papers As many as 22 firms took part in the technical exhibition and demonstration Prominent among them were M/s DCNSM/s L & TM/s H & H Precision Pvt LtdM/s Waterjet HamiltonM/s Altair Industrial TechnologyM/s Walchand Industries and M/s Centa Transmissions Far East Pvt LtdM/s Forbes Marshal Pvt LtdM/s Anadig Instruments Pvt Ltd The seminar commenced with a congratulatory speech by captain (retd) Jhangiani who is an alumnus of the 1st MESCfollowed by the welcome address by commodore DS ChouhanCommanding OfficerINS Shivaji Basu congratulated Indian Navy for taking the lead in innovationcreativity and improvisation of assortment of technology Prabhakar remembered the era when there were riveted ships and the steam reciprocating engines He emphasised that technology has been swiftly advancing over the yearsbut the galloping pace of the present times has thrown up several challenges for budding Marine Engineers For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | London | Updated: February 13 2017 9:40 am BAFTA 2017: Dev Patel and La La Land film poster Related News Musical “La La Land” won big at Britain’s main film awards on Sunday as it scooped the prize for best film while Emma Stone and Damien Chazelle picked up awards for best actress and best director respectively Dev Patel won the best supporting actor award for Lion at British Academy Film Awards 2017 More from the world of Entertainment: La La Land won five gongs in total to keep its hot streak in the movie awards season going before the Oscars later this month as it also picked up awards for cinematography and original music Amid the awards there were also veiled references to new US President Donald Trump who has caused controversy with his plans to build a wall on the Mexican border and his restrictions on migration “In a time that’s so divisive I think it’s really special that we were able to come together… to celebrate the positive gift of creativity and how it can transcend borders and how it can help people to feel a little less alone” Emma Stone said in her acceptance speech Actor Dev Patel poses for photographers upon arrival at the British Academy Film Awards after party with his Best Supporting Actor BAFTA award for his role in ‘Lion’ in London (Source: AP) “La La Land” a throwback musical about an aspiring actress and a jazz pianist who are trying to make their way in Hollywood had been nominated for 11 British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) awards Its success follows on from the Golden Globes where it picked up seven awards It has a joint-record 14 nominations for the Academy Awards on February 26 Hollywood’s highlight of the awards season Justin Hurwitz who won the award for the film’s music said that he hoped the success of the film might prompt a renaissance in the genre “I love to go the theatre and see musicals So if this can help any more musicals get green-lit that would be amazing” he told Reuters ahead of the ceremony While Stone triumphed co-star Ryan Gosling lost out in the best actor category to Casey Affleck for his performance in family drama “Manchester by the Sea” Gosling was also notable by his absence with the film’s producers saying he had a family matter to attend to “Manchester by the Sea” picked up two awards in total with Kenneth Lonergan’s picking up an award for original screenplay A popular pick among the audience in the Royal Albert Hall Londoner Dev Patel 26 won best supporting actor for his performance in “Lion” which charts the real-life story of an Indian boy adopted by an Australian couple The film also won an award for best-adapted screenplay Viola Davis took home the prize for best supporting actress for her performance in “Fences” an adaption of a Pulitzer Prize-winning play about the life of a black family in 1950s Pennsylvania She alluded to issues with race relations in the United States in her acceptance speech and defended Meryl Streep who was criticised by Trump after the Golden Globes “Anyone who labels Meryl Streep ‘an overrated actress’ obviously doesn’t know anything about acting” she told reporters “That’s not even just directed towards Donald Trump that’s directed towards anyone” Outspoken director Ken Loach turned his ire onto British politicians lambasting the “callous brutality” of the government as he accepted the award for “I Daniel Blake” an unflinching depiction of a man’s struggles while on benefits However some of the political interventions were more light-hearted American director Mel Brooks who wrote and directed “The Producers” a 1968 comedy about the producers of a musical about Nazi Germany also made light of the current political situation “I’m not afraid of Trump not at all” Brooks told reporters after he won an award for contribution to film known as the Fellowship “I think he’s mostly an entertainer” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Ostrava | Published: June 29 2017 12:41 pm Wayde Van Niekerk broke Johnson’s 400 metres world record at the Rio Olympics last year (Source: AP) Top News South African Wayde van Niekerk broke the 300 metres world record at the Ostrava Golden Spike on Wednesday rubbing Michael Johnson out of the record books for the second time in less than a year Van Niekerk who broke Johnson’s 400 metres world record at the Rio Olympics last year pulled away from the pack around the curve on his way to a time of 3081 seconds beating the American Johnson’s mark of 3085 seconds set in 2000 He also beat the Ostrava meeting record over the rarely-run distance set by multiple Olympic and world championship gold medallist Usain Bolt in 2010 “I have been improving each in every one of my events so it is a great step for the year and I am feeling quite confident for the rest of the year” the sprinter who is expected to run the 200m and 400m at the world championships in London in August told Czech Television At the Rio Games last summer Van Niekerk won the men’s 400 metres gold in a record time of 4303 seconds bettering Johnson’s previous mark of 4318 seconds set in 1999 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Thiruvananthapuram | Published: February 26 2017 7:00 pm Top News Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan today said super specialty facilities would in put in place in all the government-run medical college hospitals in the state ‘Effort is on to set up super specialty facilities in medical college hospitals” Vijayan said while inaugurating the 65th annual day celebration of Thiruvananthapuram medical college here Government objective was to convert the medical colleges into centre’s that would impart best treatment to persons he said Vijayan also distributed the financial assistance sponsored by College Alumni to the families of victims of Puttingal Firwork tragedy at the function For all the latest Thiruvananthapuram News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: August 25 2017 2:05 pm Tottenham returned to Europe’s elite competition last season after a five-year absence (Source: Reuters) Related News Tottenham Hotspur are looking forward to seeing how they measure up against Champions League holders Real Madrid in the group stages of this season’s tournament the Premier League side’s striker Harry Kane has said Tottenham were handed a tough Group H draw against 11-time winners Real German side Borussia Dortmund and Apoel Nicosia from Cyprus and Kane says the North London team cannot wait to prove themselves in the continent’s elite competition “It’s a great draw You expect to play the best in Europe in the Champions League and it’s exciting for us” Kane told the club’s website (wwwtottenhamhotspurcom) “We look forward to these games You want to test yourself against the best and Real Madrid are the best at the moment “I remember the game against Real Madrid at the (White Hart Lane in 2011 I’m sure Wembley will be packed for the matches… Our aim is to win every game and this will be a good test to see where we’re at and how far we’ve come” The Spanish champions beat Tottenham 5-0 on aggregate when the two sides met in the quarter-finals of the Champions League in 2011 Spurs will host Real at Wembley this time however their temporary home until the completion of their new stadium Tottenham returned to Europe’s elite competition last season after a five-year absence but failed to progress to the knockout stages finishing third in their group and defensive midfielder Eric Dier believes that experience can help them this campaign “It’s a very exciting group and from last season’s experience we know there are no easy games in the Champions League” Dier said “Real Madrid Borussia Dortmund who we played in the Europa League a couple of years ago — our styles will make for a great game in that one Apoel will be tough as well “We respect every opponent and we’ll give everything against every opponent as well and try to beat them It’s exciting for our fans a really exciting group and we’re all looking forward to it” The Champions League group stage kicks off next month so Tottenham’s immediate attention will switch to domestic matters starting with a home Premier League fixture against Burnley at Wembley on Sunday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News Abhishek narrated the script to me and told me it would be a real film. he’s just a doppelganger. #PK – ? 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