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The Telecom Commission in its September meeting had in- principle approved extension of the time period for the payment of spectrum bought in auctions by telcos to 16 years from the current 10 years,Awadh Bihari Singh,and prior to that she totally nailed it in a bright pink pantsuit. This time too she was seen opting for bolder outfits which she pulled off with a lot of confidence and ease Also a round of applause for stylist Aastha Sharma for who knows exactly what to curate for Qureshi At the closing ceremony of the International Film Festival of India in Goa Qureshi stepped out wearing a light blue ensemble from the house of Falguni and Shane Peacock The floor length gown featuring a plunging neckline with embellishments all over it along with feather and sheer detailing on the sleeves and neckline looked amazing on her Keeping her accessories minimal she let her Cinderella gown do the talking We like the finishing touches to her look with the side swept wavy curls nude make-up and thickly lined eyes Huma Qureshi stuns in a blue gown at IFFI 2017 (Source: Express Photo by Varinder Chawla) For the second look Qureshi attended an event wearing a black Gaurav Gupta gown with a unique detailing on the sleeves While on one side it was sleeveless the other side featured full sleeves with a 3D structured black and white floral detailing on the shoulders – it helped break the monotony as well The body hugging gown is rather tough to pull off but nonetheless Quereshi managed it elegantly Accessorising her outfit with a ring and statement earrings celebrity hairstylist Susan Emmanuel kept her hair sleek and straight while make-up artist Ajay Vishwasrao accentuated her features with minimal make-up and coral lips Take a look: So which look do you prefer Let us know in the comments below For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Guwahati | Published: September 18 2010 5:04 pm Related News A major disaster was averted when a grenade was recovered from a railway track at the busy Guwahati railway station here today Government Railway Police personnel detected the grenade at track number two near platform one of the station It was later defused Security in the railway station has been tightened following the recovery No one has been arrestedpolice said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pallavi Pundir | Published: October 5 2015 12:00 am Related News The stark white walls evoke a sense of vacuum at the Talwar Gallery in Neeti Bagh Delhi In that void Rummana Hussain’s creations displayed on the first floor and in the basement of the gallery float about in fragmented continuity Pieces of shattered terracotta lie in suspended animation against hand-made papers; indigo and earth pigments are smeared roughly on the base; and abstract images borrowed from religious texts or physical structures such as the Babri Masjid stir up an uncomfortable history Hussain one of the frontrunners of conceptual art movement in India in the ’90s passed away of cancer in 1999 at the age of 47 Even in death in a contemporary space in 2015 her visual testimony is topical “Breaking Skin” an exhibition of 15 works created between 1992 and 1994 highlights Hussain’s departure from allegories and allusions of her previous works to a more direct assault of the political and the personal For a post-Independence artist Hussain’s oeuvre claims the radical movement that had engulfed the art scene at the time Intimate but ambiguous references to women and notions of femininity strained her usual figurative paintings in oil and watercolours The Babri Masjid demolition in December 1992 triggered what was to become her limited but seminal body of works in the form of installations sculptures and performances “In the ’80s people knew her as a painter then she came to be known for her installations It was almost like two different people This exhibition links the two dichotomous bodies of works” says Deepak Talwar Director of Talwar Gallery The 50-year-old met Hussain in ’98 and procured her collection from 1990 to 1999 in 2005 “The communal incident did trigger this shift but some works had already surfaced before that by early 1992” he adds The process of this transition is evident From the employment of materials such as canvas artificial paints and even brushes she turned to “low art” materials — Xeroxed paper indigo earth pigment charcoal and terracotta on paper There are no brush strokes either Colours are rubbed in imprinted or creases are impressed upon paper in its stead This “rejection” was pushed further when she added layers to her works At the gallery the process is seen through Crushed Blue Piece (1992) in which indigo charcoal and earth pigment is used on crushed paper resulting in coloured fractal dimensions to its surface Bodyscape (1993) utilises the same effect with earth pigment and charcoal appearing like a magnified view of the skin In what can be seen as a scathing response to her political surroundings Hussain progresses out of two-dimensional surfaces Earth Picture (’93) uses terracotta pieces and nails While Behind the Thin Film (’93) juxtaposes the Biblical reference to the Tower of Babel with the famous image of people atop the dome of Babri Masjid “You could almost feel the works come off the walls to become installations The use of all these layers led to her next form of materials — bricks (which symbolise the construction and destruction) photos sound colours and performances” says Talwar Hussain further gathers up the storm with her engagement with the female body “Earlier her focus on the role of women and her personal experience created subtle dialogues” says Talwar “She was a woman and a Muslim woman on top of that” Hussain thus brings close political with the personal like never before The explicit yet complex representations of the female body appear on textured paper base a proof of her growing comfort with the image as compared to her former allusions to it “Her works are more intimate here much more raw and vulnerable She doesn’t know what’s coming next Her expression is raw and visceral” says Talwar The present selection of works last seen in the ’90s in New York is part of the third major exhibition ever held on Hussain With not many notes and journals to go by and with a limited number of works created in the ’90s it becomes important to view her works in the light of crucial political and cultural shift of the era “This exhibition took three years to put together but when one looks at it they are almost like her personal journal” says Talwar The exhibition is being held at Talwar Gallery Neeti Bagh Delhi till December 23 Contact: 46050307 For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express AppWritten by Agencies | Los Angeles | Published: March 10 2010 8:13 am Related News Music mogul Simon Cowell is torn mulling over whether he has grown too old to raise kids with fiancee Mezghan Hussainy The 50-year-old TV producer known as ‘Mr Nasty’ recently got engaged to his make-up artist girlfriend Mezghan Hussainy and told US TV talk show host Jay Leno that he would love to become a fatherbut is not sure if he would be too old “I’m kind of torn because I’m a bit too old to have kidsbut then again I think it would be important to have a lot of me’s around in the future” Cowell said The pair had been dating for several months before their relationship was made public and fuelled rumours of an engagement after Hussainy was spotted wearing a diamond ring last monthbut Cowell’s publicist dismissed the speculation “WellI do have somebody in my life nowyes And I kind of made a decision this year to make somebody happy it’s called giving back” Cowell said When asked about when will he tie the knot with herCowell replied”Within the next 10 years” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: December 6 2009 4:55 am Related News Availability of sugarcane for crushing less than 400 lakh tonnes as against 790 lakh tonnes last year Sugar mills in the state are facing an acute shortage of cane that is likely to result in a 50 per cent shortfall in sugar production this season According to officialsthe availability of sugarcane for crushing is less than 400 lakh tonnes as against 790 lakh tonnes last year Consequentlysugar production is likely to drop to 45-50 lakh tonnes from 90 lakh tonnes last year The sugar industry is in a crisis due to lack of cane?it won? and more time in the oven would be a step in the right direction. 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he said, who are Dalits. According to a railway officers, Share This Article Related Article Post-arrest, JNU students’ union president Kanhaiya Kumar on Thursday said he will fight against all “attempts to replace the nation with Narendra Modi”, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Vivek Deshpande | Nagpur | Updated: April 15.
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