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each one painted to portray different attitudes,mode of execution and choice of colour, says Ranaan art consultant to the Delhi International Airport The result is a body of work that viewers have labelled as individualistic and idiosyncratic Among the participating artists are Tapan DasSanjay BhattacharyaAnup Kumar ChandMK PuriSudip Roy and Nafisa Ali Sodhi Sodhis mannequin is a colourfulpop-art inspired work The male mannequin has a golden bodyhair falling on the forehead and large leaves spread across the torso like tattoos Das has used a female mannequin and given it a vibrant red face with a hair-less golden head much like a helmet The exhibition will be held at Gallerie Romain RollandAlliance Francaise till July 7and then move to The Blue Art GalleryLado Saraitill July 15 Contact: 43500200 (Alliance Francaise) For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by SushantKulkarni | Pune | Published: June 25 2012 4:07 am Related News CBI investigations have revealed that the accused in the alleged scam in recruitment of class IV NDA employees asked favoured candidates to leave answer sheets blankso that they can be filled later with the correct answers The six accusedincluding staff officer to the NDA commandantColonel Kulbir Singh arrested by the Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI)Pune on Saturday have been remanded in police custody till July 2 The five others arrested were identified as Balkishan Kanojia of UttamnagarVishnu Prasad Sharma of ShivneDattatray Shitkar and Manoj Shitkal of Kopre village and Ramesh Gaikwad of Khadakwasla The CBI remand application to the court of special judge D R Mahajan stated that the six accused and some yet-to-be-identified persons conspired to obtain illegal gratification from applicants for the 97 posts that included posts of lower division clerkscivilian motor driverscooksgardenerschowkidars and cleaners The gratification was sought abusing the official position of Colonel Singhthe application said Investigating officer DySP Rajpal Singh said? said after the game. Image courtesy: SAI Media via Twitter However, It was 43.Amritsar broke all records with the maximum temperature being recorded as 48 degree Celsius. Mahmudullah Riyad, who has been rested.650 5. Halep.

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Sunday’s ballot for the 450-seat State Duma was smooth sailing for authorities desperate to avoid a repeat of mass protests last time round and eager to increase their dominance as Russia faces the longest economic crisis of Putin’s rule.Anger over widespread fraud in the 2011 election sparked large protests that unsettled authorities by their size and persistence But a low turnout suggested that many Russians may have been turned off by a system in which the Kremlin wields near-total power which could raise questions over legitimacy Turnout was distinctly lower than in the last Duma election in 2011 —less than 48 percent nationwide compared with 60 percent Moscow and St Petersburg were among the Russian regions with the lowest turnout which amounted to almost 20 percent in the Russian capital and 1612 percent in St Petersburg Sunday’s voter turnout is "not the highest" in comparison to that of previous elections but it is still "high" Vladimir Putin said commenting at the end of the voting Vladimir Putin AP "We can announce already with certainty that the party secured a good result that it won" Putin said after polls closed "The situation is tough and difficult but the people still voted for United Russia" he said on state television With 90 percent of the votes counted the United Russia party had 543 percent of votes securing it at least 338 seats in the 450-member parliament up from 238 previously according to results announced early on Monday It was followed by the Communists and the ultranationalist Liberal Democratic Party on 135 percent and 133 percent respectively and A Just Russia which received 62 percent results published by the election commission showed ‘Absolute majority’ Those four parties —which made up the last parliament and all back the Kremlin —were the only ones to clear the five percent threshold needed to claim a share of the one-half of seats up for grabs The vote comes as Putin’s approval ratings remain high at around 80 percent and authorities appear to be banking on trouble-free presidential elections in two years Results indicated that liberal opposition groups would not make it into parliament with neither the Yabloko party nor the Parnas party headed by former prime minister Mikhail Kasyanov having secured enough votes to win a seat The other half of the deputies are being elected on a constituency basis after a change to the election law With only a fraction of the votes counted Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev confidently said that his party would end up with an "absolute majority" in the Duma Though the overall tally for United Russia was higher than the 49 percent it claimed in 2011 participation was low particularly in Moscow and Saint Petersburg Only 478 of voters cast their ballots against 60 percent in 2011 electoral officials said Sunday’s election follows a tumultuous few years that have seen Russia seize the Crimea peninsula from Ukraine plunge into its worst standoff with the West since the Cold War and start a military campaign in Syria But the Kremlin exerts almost complete control over the media and public discourse and this year’s election campaign was dubbed the dullest in recent memory Ecstatic ruling party Russian President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev arrived at the United Russia party campaign office where the PM who is also the chairman of Russia’s ruling party delivered a speech to party members and thanked Putin who is the party founder for demonstrating support for United Russia by visiting the campaign office Medvedev also called the election results "a victory" for the party Russian people support political stability Vladimir Putin said as he visited the United Russia campaign office "The situation is not easy and people see it – and they want the political system and society to remain stable" the president said as quoted by TASS "Ordinary people know that empty promises are worth nothing" he added commenting on preliminary election results and stressing that United Russia will continue its work aimed at Russia’s development Violations Looming large was the spectre of mass protests over vote rigging that followed the last legislative polls five years ago and grew into the biggest challenge to Putin since he took charge in 2000 Since then the Kremlin has cracked down on the right to protest while making a show of stamping out electoral manipulation The former scandal-tainted election chief was removed in favour of a human rights advocate who allowed more genuine opposition candidates to take part Despite the authorities pledging to crack down on vote-rigging observers around the country made claims of violations including "cruise-voting" —where people are bussed to vote at multiple polling stations —and ballot stuffing Electoral Commission chief Ella Pamfilova admitted that there had been problems in certain regions but officials said the number of violations was way down on the last vote "In any case there already is full confidence that the elections are nonetheless quite legitimate" Pamfilova said And we did a lot for that For the first time since Moscow seized the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea in 2014 residents there voted for Russia’s parliament in a poll slammed by Ukraine as illegal Voters in some areas of the vast country were also electing regional leaders In the North Caucasus region of Chechnya strongman Ramzan Kadyrov looked set to win the first electoral test of his rule after rights groups said that criticism was ruthlessly silenced during the campaign On Sunday Russians elected the officials to the State Duma the lower house of parliament as well as to dozens of municipal and regional bodies on the first nationwide Single Election Day – previously voting was held in December It is also the first time that the mixed principle has been used in elections to the State Duma since 2003 as in 2007 and 2011 Russians elected MPs from federal party lists only This time half of the parliament’s seats will be occupied by deputies included in the federal candidate lists of parties that will clear the 5 percent threshold The other half will be taken up by candidates elected according to a first-past-the-post system in each of the 225 independent constituencies or districts that together form the Russian Federation Fourteen political parties took part in State Duma elections In Russia each person over the age of 18 is eligible to vote except for prisoners and legally incapable persons The total number of Russian voters amounts to 1116 million with about two million of them living abroad Voter turnout in Russia’s previous parliamentary elections in 2011 amounted to 602 percent With inputs from agencies Russia’s ruling United Russia party has cruised to an easy victory in parliamentary polls that could pave the way for President Vladimir Putin to glide to a fourth term in 2018 elections and my movement on the court was better than it had been yesterday, the Indian is destined to occupy the cellar of Group ‘B’ with the loser of the Axelsen-Chou tie.

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