Habitat Photosphere: Year-long photo fest on sustainable development kicks-off in Delhi

By: IANS | New Delhi | Published: April 2, 2018 10:58 pm Habitat Photosphere brings together the spheres of photography and sustainability, through fellowship and mentorship, followed by a month long grand finale of exhibitions, workshops, talks and screenings at India Habitat Centre. A year-long photography festival, conceptualised and curated by academic and museum curator Alka Pande around the theme of sustainable development has kicked-off at India Habitat Centre here….

April 2, 2018
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No Court Has Indicted Me In Goa Mining Scam, Says Ex-Goa Chief Minister

Panaji: Former Goa Chief Minister Digambar Kamat said today he has not been indicted by courts in any of the cases related to the mining scam in which he has been named a key accused. The Congress leader, who was chief minister from 2007 to 2012, has been named a key accused in several charge-sheets filed by the Goa Police’s Crime Branch in connection with the multi-crore scam. “No court…

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Jim Mora: QB Rosen 'needs to be challenged'

12:05 PM ET ESPN News Services Jim Mora made headlines last week when he said on NFL Network that, if he were making the Cleveland Browns’ pick at No. 1, he would select USC quarterback Sam Darnold over his former UCLA QB, Josh Rosen. Mora cited “fit” and “blue-collar, gritty attitude” for why Darnold was better for the Browns than Rosen, who he coached with the Bruins the past three…

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Hilton Cartwright signs on with Middlesex

5:29 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Australian allrounder Hilton Cartwright will join Middlesex for the first five games of the county championship, with the potential to stay on deeper into the season. The 26-year-old, who played two Tests for Australia in 2017, replaces his former Western Australian captain Adam Voges, who served as the Middlesex captain last year. A hard-hitting, right-handed batsman who has spent the bulk of his first-class career…

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'Enough in pitch for us to get the wickets' – Bairstow

4:58 AM ET England’s overseas Test season will go to its 35th day. They have one left to salvage something. New Zealand’s summer goes to its final day. They have one left to cling on and secure a precious series victory. However, it could yet be that the elements play a deciding factor. The clocks have changed and the nights are drawing in. The fourth day was ended early by…

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Train Services Disrupted In Delhi, Protesters Block Railway Tracks

New Delhi: Protesters squatted on tracks in several places outside Delhi, stopping trains, including the Dehradun Express and the Ranchi Rajdhani, to enforce an all India shutdown against the dilution of the SC/ST Act, officials said today. Services were disrupted when a mob arrived at the Ghaziabad yard around 10 am today, Northern Railway officials said. Many trains, such as Saptakranti Express, Utkal Express and the Bhubaneswar and Ranchi Rajdhani…

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