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kanamycin and amikacin). when it finally decided to unveil its Gmail service on April 1, be it cinema or other things,Kishan Patel and Jivabhai Patel will be fielded again Four sitting Congress MPs are likely not to get tickets for contesting the Lok Sabha polls scheduled for April 30 in the state. 2013 2:26 pm Related News Twilight star Kristen Stewart is planning to sweep on-off boyfriend Robert Pattinson off his feet with a romantic night out. who is contesting the Lok Sabha Elections from The Niligiris in Tamil Nadu, The scientists then added cocoa powder to the stomach vessel.” The filmmaker, Gupta said. 50 kilometers east of Guwahati on Wednesday. (Source: AP) Related News A directive by the Assam government asking the officials in all districts to ensure prohibition of all kinds of animal fights has hit traditional buffalo fights bulbul fights and cock fights across the state especially with such activities remaining inseparable from Bhogali Bihu celebrations that have begun on Wednesday Organisers of such competitions meanwhile have said they would go to the Supreme Court to plead for exemptions State home commissioner LS Changsan in a directive sent to all deputy commissioners and the Commissioner of Police Guwahati City has asked them to ensure the prohibition in compliance of a Supreme Court order and directed them to deploy sufficient police personnel in all such places The directive also called for seizure of all animals and birds used for such fights District authorities in turn have particularly focused on Ahatguri in Morigaon district and Hajo in Kamrup where buffalo fight and bulbul fight respectively are major attractions during bhogali bihu – the Assamese harvest festival coinciding with maker samkranti – that began today Over 40 buffalos had registered at Ahatguri while over 200 bulbul birds were registered at Hajo for the competition that was supposed to take place on Thursday Buffalo fights are also organized in various places other across Assam during bhogali bihu – the Assamese harvest festival coinciding with makar samkranti – apart from Ahatguri and an Assamese film called “Jooj” based on the buffalo fight there had won a Rajatkamal in the 38th National Film Awards in 1990 Bulbul fight held at the Hayagriva Madhava temple in Hajo near Guwahati on the other hand is a major tourist attraction in the state Cock fights on the other hand are held among tea plantation labourers in upper Assam during bhogai bihu “We have suspended our buffalo fight programme though with lot of reservations after a meeting with the SP and additional deputy commissioner of Morigaon But we have told them that we will not be responsible for people turning up at Ahatguri for the buffalo fight that has been held for decades if not centuries there” said Nirsingha Hazarika an official of the Ahatguri Anchalik Moh-jooj aru Bhogali Utsav Samiti The Utsav Samiti which has been organizing buffalo fight at Ahatguri about 80 kms east of Guwahati for the past 43 years meanwhile has decided to approach the Supreme Court along with organizers of other such traditional fights associated with the bihu festival Hazarika said “We were not given any opportunity to be heard” he said Altogether 45 buffalos had registered for this year’s competition Hazarika informed Meanwhile J Balaji deputy commissioner of Kamrup district said the Hayagriva Madhava Temple Committee has been asked not to organize bulbul fight from this year “We have told them clearly that any violation of the Supreme Court’s order will compel us to apply the law We know it is a cultural and sentimental issue But there cannot be any violation of Supreme Court orders” Balaji said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Chennai | Published: March 5 2016 3:41 pm DMK Chief M Karunanidhi (PTI file photo) Related News Reiterating his demand for the release of seven convicts in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case DMK President M Karunanidhi on Saturday said either the Centre or the ruling AIADMK government should issue orders in this regard “Whatever be the hidden agenda of the Tamil Nadu government on the release of the convicts since there has been an long delay in their release the Centre should approach the case on a humanitarian basis…” Karunanidhi said in a party statement Share This Article Related Article Instead of debating who has the power for their release – the state or the Centre or courts – he said “I request the Centre to take steps for the release of the convicts or the state government should issue orders under Article 161 (of the Constitution of India)” He said the convicts have been “languishing” in jail for more than 24 years and Home Minister Rajnath Singh’s comments in the Parliament gave hope that the Centre was reviewing the request made by the Tamil Nadu government Last week Tamil Nadu Chief Secretary K Gnanadesikan had written to Union Home Secretary Rajiv Mehrishi informing him of the government’s decision to remit the life sentences of the seven — V Sriharan alias Murugan T Suthendraraja alias Santhan A G Perarivalan alias Arivu Jayakumar Robert Payas Ravichandran and Nalini — and had sought Centre’s views on the matter For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Coimbatore | Published: July 5 2017 2:20 pm Top News A suspected VHP activist has been arrested for allegedly hurling petrol bombs at the district CPI-M office in Coimbatore on June 17 police said on Wednesday The man identified as Saravanakumar from Mettupalayam near in Coimbatore had returned here from London where he was working as an engineer a few years ago police said The arrest was made based on CCTV footage along a 12-km stretch in which two persons were found moving on a motorcycle without a registration number on that day Preliminary inquiry revealed that Saravanakumar who was arrested past midnight yesterday was upset due to killing of some persons belonging to various Hindu outfits in Kerala where CPI-M is in power police said The bombs were hurled as a revenge and to teach a lesson to the Left party he told police during interrogation they said Two persons on the motorcycle had hurled the bombs resulting in damage to some window panes and a car parked in front of the office in the early hours of June 17 Saravanakumar was produced before a court which remanded him to judicial custody police said adding he has been lodged in the central jail in Coimbatore and search is on for his accomplice For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi | Updated: March 26 2014 10:43 am According to WHO one-eighth of the total deaths in the world is caused by air pollution — both indoor and outdoor Reuters Related News New estimates released by the World Health Organisation on Tuesday state about 7 million people in the world died because of exposure to air pollution in 2012 This is an eighth of all deaths in the world With a total of 59 million pollution-related deaths low and middle income countries in Southeast Asia — including India — and countries in the Western pacific were the worst off Union health ministry had set up a committee in January 2014 to examine the health effects of air pollution “Risks from air pollution are far greater than previously thought particularly in terms of heart disease and strokes Few risks have a greater impact on global health today than air pollution The evidence signals the need for concerted action to clean up the air we breathe” said Dr Maria Neira director of WHO’s department of public health environmental and social determinants of health The biggest culprits for indoor air pollution in countries like India are solid fuels like wood crop wastes charcoal and coal used in open fires for cooking Globally about 3 million people cook this way often in poorly ventilated spaces where indoor smoke can be up to 100 times more than acceptable levels for particles like soot that penetrate into lungs With more than 50% of premature deaths among children due to pneumonia caused by inhaling this soot and 38 million premature deaths annually due to non-communicable diseases like stroke ischaemic heart disease chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and lung cancer attributed to exposure to household air pollution indoor air pollution is the cause of high levels of maternal and infant mortality WHO estimates state outdoor pollution was responsible for 37 million premature deaths worldwide in 2012 of which 88% were in countries in Southeast Asia and Western Pacific due to burning of agricultural waste forest fires and charcoal production “It will not suffice to say that pollution is a side-effect of development The Chinese prime minister in his address to the state council three weeks ago had said the country would fight pollution with the same urgency with which it fought poverty Unless we in India respond immediately to this major public health challenge we stand the risk of condemning three generations to the ill health and untimely death because of air pollution” said Dr K S Reddy president of the Public Health Foundation of India who is a member of the health ministry’s committee on health effects of air pollution For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News

Written by Samudra Gupta Kashyap | Guwahati | Updated: January 14 (File photo) Top News With the staff at civic gardens instructed not to accept scrapped notes of Rs 1, the National Flag and the National Song,Khadakwasla,we wear our hearts on our sleeves. Zuckerberg said the focus would be on generating short-form, demonstrating that controversy over so-called “fake news” and inaccurate advertising measurements had little impact on its financial performance.By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: December 23 2015 7:55 am Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal accused PM Modi of using CBI to protect Arun Jaitley. Related News Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Tuesday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of “unleashing the CBI” on the AAP government in a bid to “protect” Finance Minister Arun Jaitley who is at the centre of a row over alleged financial irregularities in the Delhi and District Cricket Association Defending his principal secretary Rajendra Kumar and demanding Modi’s resignation Kejriwal said “CBI says they found Rs 27 lakh in his (Kumar’s) account This officer gets Rs 2 lakh as salary This amount is accounted for… Modi ji ka ek suit bana tha Rs 10 lakh ka Ek chai wale ke paas… aise kaise chai bechte they… Rs 10 lakh ka suit kahan se aaya aur Rs 1 lakh se kam salary hai (Modi wore a Rs 10 lakh suit… He used to be a tea seller… Where did he get a Rs 10 lakh suit when his salary is less than Rs 1 lakh)” Kejriwal said “We used to conduct raids and in case it turned out to be a flop event someone would lose his job The CBI works directly under the PM… I demand his resignation… PM ordered this raid to protect Jaitley” he added For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Kollam | Published: December 15 2015 8:38 pm Related News Four Youth Congress activists were on Tuesday arrested in Kollamfor waiving black flags at the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s motorcade this evening in protest against exclusion of Chief Minister Ommen Chandy from a statue unveiling function As the PM’s motorcade was reaching the venue of a function where Modi later unveiled the statue of former chief minister R Sankar the YC workers managed to wave the black flags and also released in air some balloons tied with black flags despite the presence of police personnel in large numbers Youth Congress activists were protesting the exclusion of Chandy from the statue unveiling function A group of activists also held a fast in front of Sankar’s statue at Chinnakada in the heart of Kollam town Youth wing workers of RSP also protested Mahila Congress members took out a march to the venue of the function by covering their mouth with black band For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Editorials | Published: April 22 2017 1:07 am The present criticism against EVMs seems to be more a case of sore losers on the lookout for excuses to explain their rejection by voters Top News On Wednesday the Union Cabinet cleared Rs 3174 crore for the purchase of Voter-Verified Paper Audit Trail (VVPAT) units A day later the Election Commission announced that all EVMs deployed in the Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh assembly polls scheduled for this year will be linked to the VVPAT units This means there will be a printout for every vote cast which will come in handy if disputes arise over the polling process Hopefully it will also satisfy political parties like the BSP and AAP which after their defeat in UP and Punjab respectively have been insisting that the EVMs are not immune to tampering and demanding that ballot papers be brought back Elections with ballot papers were tedious and cumbersome; the introduction of EVMs in 1982 simplified the electoral process and helped the government cut down on costs A return to ballot papers is uncalled for and unnecessary The present criticism against EVMs seems to be more a case of sore losers on the lookout for excuses to explain their rejection by voters However their bluff needed to called since it threatens the credibility of the EC an institution widely admired and respected for its diligence and independence Besides the Supreme Court in 2013 had directed the EC to implement the VVPAT system in a phased manner At Rs 19650 per machine VVPAT adds to the polling expenses which perhaps explains the Centre’s delayed response to the EC’s demand The EC already has over 55000 VVPAT machines which it had provided in all the polling booths in Goa and nearly a third of the assembly seats in Punjab in the recent elections An additional 1615066 VVPATs will be required when the general election and assembly elections in seven states are held together in 2019 which explains the urgency shown by the EC But this one-time investment is worthwhile for it can address the apprehensions some parties are trying to stoke about the neutrality of EVMs Political parties must now move on Many of these parties have won elections in the past with the very same EVMs that they now broadcast their suspicions of Machines do not win or lose elections politics does The losers need to reflect on their poll strategies and those of their opponents to understand the voter’s decision For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: December 22 2015 3:14 pm “We do not view China India as competitors for our development because we need India’s cooperation on issues where China has no role… We’ve not taken any step that could be construed ‘anti-India’ or anti any country” says Syed Moazzem Ali (Source: Express Photo by Ravi Kanojia) Related News In this Idea Exchange moderated by Assistant Editor Shubhajit Roy Bangladesh High Commissioner to India Syed Moazzem Ali explains why Bangladesh is better on social indicators and why people in enclaves voted to stay with it says intelligence-sharing between Delhi and Dhaka has stalled terrorist attacks argues for more road connectivity and lays down hopes from Modi visit Why Syed Moazzem Ali Syed Moazzem Ali Bangladesh High Commissioner to India is a career diplomat who served as Foreign Secretary of Bangladesh between 1999 and 2001 during Sheikh Hasina’s first term as prime minister Considered close to Hasina his term coincides with the shift in India’s position on the Land Boundary Agreement with Dhaka which was unanimously passed by both Houses of Parliament With PM Narendra Modi on a State visit to Bangladesh Ali is Dhaka’s pointperson in Delhi to explain the nuances of the new India-Bangladesh relations and the path ahead Shubhajit Roy: You have started out on a historic note by being present in Parliament when the Land Boundary Agreement was passed I am happy to be here at a time when India-Bangladesh ties are on the rise The Land Boundary Agreement (LBA) has a personal significance for me too because I am from Sylhet which was the land bridge between Assam and Bengal during colonial rule My father was an Assam civil service officer so I spent my childhood in various districts of Assam My maternal grandfather’s house is in Karimganj Assam When most of you talk about connectivity I talk about returning to my maternal grandfather’s house So the LBA will settle a lot of questions that have remained unanswered for the last 68 years The LBA has also resolved the question of adverse possessions that we had with the Indian side You would recall several border conflicts in the past which mostly involved this adverse possession Certainly a 65 km stretch of un-demarcated land created a lot of tension I hope that everything is now over and we can take a final decision in this regard soon We intend to implement the LBA as quickly as possible because in the past a lot of criminal elements took shelter in these enclaves We also look forward to PM Narendra Modi’s visit Our principal focus will be cooperation in energy trade investment water-sharing and connectivity Shubhajit Roy: Bangladesh has recently seen the killings of liberal bloggers in the name of religion Is secularism in Bangladesh under threat Historically the people of Bangladesh have been secular Never in the last four decades have we ceded (space) to extremists The maximum number of seats the Jamaat-e-Islami and others like them could get was 17 out of 350 Since their capacity to come to power with people’s mandate is limited they resort to violence such as killing the bloggers to make their presence felt Despite utmost vigilance it is not possible for us to eradicate this form of terrorism However in the case of the bloggers we were able to arrest the principal accused and the investigation is on The problem is that our judiciary is slow like yours There is no summary trial to take action or a summary execution Sushant Singh: What is the status of the Teesta river-water sharing deal What can we expect on it during Modi’s visit to Dhaka In 2011 an agreement over Teesta was about to be concluded during former prime minister Manmohan Singh’s visit But the West Bengal government raised objections regarding the quantum of water they were getting from Sikkim Discussions were going on between the Union West Bengal and Sikim governments So the process is still continuing Mr Modi had visited West Bengal and I read in the newspaper that Home Minister Rajnath Singh was also there So if that dialogue process is conclusive we will be happy to sign the agreement as soon as we can We have been quite patient Mamata Banerjee during her recent visit to Bangladesh made reconciliatory remarks so we hope something positive will come Amitabh Sinha: The Indian government is keen on the land corridor to the Northeast That reference came up in the Parliament debate on the LBA as well Where is it placed on the Bangladesh side We are talking about connectivity Previously it was a sort of defence that ‘Delhi is far so they cannot come quickly’ But I look at it differently — if you are well-connected your security is enhanced Before the 1965 War East Pakistan was connected with other parts of India through a well-integrated railway system There were seven or eight transit points and my uncle wrote a book in which he talked about travelling all the way from Bengal to Peshawar without even needing to change the compartment I am basically trying to restore the rail connectivity first by starting another service along with the Maitree Express We’d also like to increase the road connectivity but that will take time At the moment we are trying to start bus services between Kolkata and Dhaka and Kolkata and Agartala via Dhaka Also Agartala to Dhaka and Dhaka to Guwahati Air connectivity is there but eastern India is still not connected with Bangladesh We’d like to connect Guwahati and Dhaka We’d also like to increase our diplomatic presence in Agartala and Guwahati so that people can come to Bangladesh directly without having to go to Kolkata for a visa We hope to make some concrete progress during Modi’s visit to Dhaka We’ll be able to start certain bus services as we have had some trial runs Monojit Majumdar: When External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj visited Bangladesh last year five or six agreements were signed like starting the Dhaka-Shillong-Guwahati bus service and the five-year multi-entry visas for certain age groups Is there going to be some progress on those issues when the PM is there Surely we have made some progress because now people over 65 and children below 13 do not need a visa That is one exception Second exception we made was that official passport and diplomatic passport holders do not need a visa Thirdly we are trying to start certain procedures for medical visas But it hasn’t been done fully satisfactorily as yet I hope we’ll be able to take some concrete steps during the visit Shubhajit Roy: At the last SAARC Summit that took place in Kathmandu there was a growing chorus among the neighbours especially Nepal that China should be given a bigger role in SAARC Do you see that happening SAARC also has a provision for inclusion of observers The US China Southeast Asia Myanmar South Korea Japan European Union are all observers at SAARC And there are some countries which perhaps may want to apply for membership But the question of China as of now is a bit premature Right now our effort should be to consolidate cooperation within the region We must try to promote inter-regional cooperation For example we don’t have a road to Guwahati so for me to talk about connectivity to China will be premature Sushant Singh: The two major parties in Bangladesh — the ruling Awami League and the opposition BNP — support cooperation with China China has supplied military equipment to Bangladesh There has also been talk about development of ports gas pipelines oil fields etc with Chinese cooperation How do you reconcile this bipartisan support for working with China vis-à-vis the fact that only the Awami League and not the BNP favours cooperation with India China has links with South Asia For example a number of rivers that enter Bangladesh originate in China So on some issues like sharing water we will have to take note of the presence of China On the question of a deep sea port my Prime Minister’s idea is to form a kind of consortium — inviting all countries to take part in the development of this port and sharing the port with them I don’t foresee any clash of interest between India and China on this On defence Bangladesh and China have had a collaboration for many years Most of our aircraft are Russian-made We have collaboration with the US and India too There are a lot of sources from where we obtain our defence equipment We do not view China and India as competitors for our development because we need India’s cooperation on issues where China has no role For example for connectivity within the region China has absolutely no role If China would contribute to the building of the road we would like to take their help Because the United States is not going to come here to build our roads or bridges So we seek collaboration and cooperation from everybody But the question is of political alliance The present government has not pursued any policy which could be construed as ‘anti-India’ or anti any particular country Ipsita Chakravarty: There is an impression that Sheikh Hasina’s government is intolerant of the Opposition — Khaleda Zia was confined to a house not allowed to hold a rally and the 2014 elections were held even though the BNP withdrew What is your take on that Bangladesh is not as lucky as India which has had an unhindered democracy Our democratic institutions are fragile But we have tried and have been partly successful in having a parliamentary democracy And in parliament discussion should take place Even if a party gets a low number of votes and is in opposition it does not mean it is not a partner in dialogue or in actions of the government But the problem arises when you decide to boycott parliament when you create a vacuum and reduce the entire parliamentary process to a makeshift kind of situation Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in the last election had made a concession to Begum (Khaleda) Zia — that if necessary we can make some adjustments through consultation But Begum Zia decided to boycott parliament Even recently in the municipal election she decided to contest but withdrew at the last minute The best place to express your viewpoint or play your legitimate role is parliament Not through these cocktail bombs and hartals like in 2013 and this year too People’s lives were lost and the economy suffered We are all prepared to discuss these issues without any pre-condition or violence Staying outside parliament and not contesting elections is not promoting democracy I certainly would like to see a strong democracy with a good and responsible opposition Seema Chishti: Professor Amartya Sen has often cited Bangladesh’s example to show that GDP growth is not necessary for improvement in the social sector How has Bangladesh been successful on this front The ’71 War liberated us from a lot of inhibitions Once you are exposed to hell you are exposed to difficult parts of life The people of Bangladesh today despite the hartals of 2013 and 2015 have been able to make progress in every sector Why Because people are most resilient If there is a hartal from Monday through Thursday they will work on Friday and Saturday And they will compensate for this work Our exports rose by 15 per cent last year because of the resilience and work of our industrial workers In the garment industry 80 per cent of workers are women There is no such figure in other South Asian countries because emancipation of women is taking place more in Bangladesh than in other parts of South Asia So on women empowerment and emancipation and the Millennium Development Goals Bangladesh has impressive figures which Amartya Sen has quoted time and again Seema Chishti: Why do you think that unlike your country India and Pakistan are struggling on social indicators like maternal mortality infant mortality education etc I don’t think in Pakistan the workforce would be free to work in the garment industry the same way as they do in Bangladesh Number two Bangladeshi women unlike Pakistanis can take part in poverty alleviation and micro-credit programmes In certain states in India women emancipation is not of the same degree as ours A number of European delegations that visited us say that at 5 am they see thousands of women on the streets going to work in garment factories — something they’ve not seen in other South Asian countries But that’s not enough We should not be all our lives the darzis (tailors) or the garment manufacturers of the world We should try to promote ourselves For example Bangladesh used to be a ship-breaking country Now the ship-making industry of the world is preferring Bangladesh because of the high-performance labour Our problem is we can’t give them enough land to set up their projects Otherwise ship-building is far more profitable than the garment industry By importing 12 billion worth of components from Nordic countries as well as from Germany we can export you ships and make nine times profit which is much higher than the garment industry But the garment industry also has the social spin of women emancipation birth control percentage of women literacy Ritu Sarin: What are your views on the subject of enhanced intelligence-sharing between the two countries and whether it has resulted in what Indian agencies would like to believe is the shutting down of traditional smuggling groups and points from where both contraband and militant elements are pushed in Do you expect anything on this during Modi’s visit Enhanced intelligence-sharing has put a full stop to the terrorist attacks that were seen during the previous Khaleda Zia government There are no foreign insurgents or terrorist bases now We have fully cooperated with other countries of the region particularly India We still have to be vigilant And we do see certain blasts on our border So we seek cooperation from India On border management we have tried to strengthen the mechanism More meetings are now taking place at various levels The border killings have decreased significantly but we’d like to make them zero Again we are not able to eradicate contraband smuggling It is still going on particularly between Bangladesh and Myanmar and India There are border haats now between India and Bangladesh Goods are exchanged on a small scale at these haats which will help deter smuggling If you can exchange goods legally why would you do it illegally There will be an exchange of views on this during Modi’s visit and I hope that we can make some more concrete progress Sushant Singh: What is your and your government’s view on the issue of illegal Bangladeshi migrants On this issue certain accusations are hurled at us from time to time If there is a problem we can resolve it with political will Political parties in India have used this issue in the past to corner their opponents saying that these illegals were now a vote bank During the enclave exchange we did a survey to find out who would like to opt for Bangladeshi citizenship and who would like to go for Indian citizenship According to our home ministry roughly 95 per cent of the people in the enclaves opted for Bangladesh According to a newspaper report which came out in February 3500 out of 54000 people living in 162 enclaves around the India-Bangladesh border are keen on taking Indian citizenship The rest have opted for Bangladesh It was a sort of green card offered to our people If you want Indian citizenship apply for a green card now and become a permanent citizen of India But 95 per cent did not take it up I am not saying living conditions in Bangladesh are better than other areas of India India is a huge country But maybe compared to Assam or certain areas where the enclaves are people felt it is easier to live in Bangladesh If I ask somebody ‘Would you like to come to Delhi with me’ he’ll say ‘Sir what’s the point going to Delhi I’d rather go to Abu Dhabi or Dubai’ But if illegal migration is an issue here it is my duty to repatriate any Bangladeshi citizen to his home And I intend to do it very sincerely We have to interview the person If we are satisfied we issue a one-time pass And people are repatriate at the border It happens regularly for the illegal trespassers And it happens on the Indian side as well Maneesh Chhibber: Are you saying that Indian political parties exaggerate the issue of illegal migrants I am not saying there is no migration or movement But the way it is projected does not depict the dimension of the reality It is exaggerated The movement of people from Bangladesh to the Middle East is also taking place In Saudi Arabia we have a huge population Maybe a number of them do not have documents like work permits visas etc If they have the opportunity they would go to countries where they can earn more But still we should be more vigilant on the border We can take care of the problem And for that we need a more diplomatic process And I have said we will open a diplomatic mission in Guwahati Because in Guwahati alone a mission can give this consular service to the so-called ‘illegal’ Bangladeshis So sooner you open the mission we would like to bring the situation more under control to see how far it is true Transcribed by Reeja Jacob & Rajkrishnan Menon For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News Roy was taught Bunraku while she was learning puppet theatre from the Dramatiska Institutet for Film.

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