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“There is some level of enthusiasm to the dialogue…. and then Canberra indicated its willingness to be a part of the political-security dialogue among the four democracies, Anu asks only one basic question — when would she get her voter card? As part of this audit the OIG plans to review “known areas of compliance” related to hospital inpatient and outpatient claims with dates of service in calendar years 2009 and 2010rumours & fear as news.I don?Kanpur Gully 2, It will have fares less than the Rajdhani Express but will be faster, she added Sources said the 87-km extension project sanctioned during Banerjees earlier stint as railway minister in the NDA government in 1999-2000had failed to meet several deadlines due to land acquisition problem near Garia The Tollygunge station will be named after Uttam KumarBengali matinee idol; the Kudghat station will be named Netaji Subhas station; the station near Bansdroni will be named after freedom fighter Saheed Surya Sen while the Naktala station will be named Gitanjali and the Garia station will be named Kabi Nazrul The penultimate stationonce readywill be named Saheed Khudiram station MeanwhileEastern Railway will run the first Ladies Special in the state from Howrah station on Sunday afternoon An ER spokesperson said the EMU train will run from Monday to Saturday between Howrah and Bandel During morningit will start from Bandel station for Howrah and in late evening it will leave from Howrah for Bandel Ladies Special train was first introduced in Mumbai by the Western Railway in 1992 As it comes as a welcome relief for women passengers during rush hoursBanerjee proposed to introduce such services in DelhiKolkata and Chennai in her railway budget Ladies Special EMU services will be inaugurated by the railway minister in the presence of other Union ministers of state from Bengal at 330 pm on Sunday On the same dayER will start running 12-coach EMU services 19 times a dayadded the spokesperson For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Namrata Zakaria | Published: April 9 2015 12:00 am The interiors at Bombay Shirt Company Related News It is nestled within the busy lanes of Kala Ghoda Mumbai’s commercial district turned art heart This seems to be enough for the Bombay Shirt Company (BSC) to make some noise In less than a year the boutique has become among the more successful and discussed stores in the city On the anvil of its second coming in Bandra the Bombay Shirt Company has much to toast Shopping here is a unique experience The store is lined with beautiful shirts for men and women in pastel shades and multiple prints But these are not for sale These are mere samples for the customer to choose his or her preference and customise their shirts accordingly A large round table sits in the middle of the store that serves as an interactive space for customers to discuss their designs with the stylists present Right from the colours to the fabric you can choose your type of collar and buttons too An antique lamp focuses on signature pieces With prices that start at Rs 2500 this is an effort at providing bespoke services at Zara rates “The idea was to offer people the opportunity to custom-design their own shirts that are made with utmost attention to quality while not paying over-the-top prices” says Akshay Narvekar 32 whose baby this is “For our past generation bespoke was the norm until ready-to-wear became the thing However bespoke is on its way to becoming a norm again” Narvekar’s five years at the premium label BCBG Max Azria in Los Angeles gives him retail know-how “We sell directly to customers There are no third-party sales or retailer margins These savings are passed on to customers making the prices affordable” This week the BSC has launched a capsule collection with model and actor Purab Kohli This is their second capsule collection their first was with GQ editor Che Kurrien Kohli’s line comprises slim-fit shirts and shirts especially for layering over tshirts “Knowing that I’m not a designer the BSC’s inputs were supportive but did not steer me away from my ideas” says Kohli Narvekar says his ideal customer is someone who is conscious about what he or she is wearing pays attention to details and has a creative streak While work is already underway for his second store in Bandra the company is in talks with partners in other cities [email protected] For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Paromita Chakrabarti | Published: April 9 2017 12:44 am A member of the Stolen Generations Eckermann was taken away from her birth family and raised in a German Lutheran one just like her mother before her and her son afterwards (Source: Express photo by Oinam anand) Related News On May 28 2000 an estimated 300000 people walked across Sydney Harbour Bridge to show their solidarity with Australia’s vast indigenous population This was the Walk for Reconciliation the largest ever political demonstration to be held in the country Ali Cobby Eckermann was watching it on television with her aunt “I watched her celebrate this historic gesture watched her dancing in the lounge room She believed that Australia had finally reached a maturity in its relationship towards Aboriginal people who were still protesting on the streets for equal rights and recognition” says Eckermann 54 At the walk the Australian federal government was represented officially only by its ministers for reconciliation and Aboriginal affairs “My mother (activist Audrey Cobby) was in Canberra at the forefront She rang me as she walked the bridge laughing and filled with joy At our next phone call she shared her disappointment as Prime Minister John W Howard squashed reconciliation by refusing to walk the bridge or hold further discussions The audience stood and turned their backs to him He fumed His refusals broke my mother’s hope I still see this behaviour repeating In my view the proper and overdue acknowledgement of First Nations’ people in Australia will always be betrayal-traded over the purpose of mining” she says A celebrated Yankunytjatjara/Kokatha writer and poet from Australia Eckermann has won this year’s Windham-Campbell Prize for poetry one of literature’s most coveted prizes for giving “language to unspoken lineages of trauma and loss” It is a fitting tribute to a person who knows a thing or two about betrayal and the struggle to find her way back home A member of the Stolen Generations Eckermann was taken away from her birth family and raised in a German Lutheran one just like her mother before her and her son afterwards when she became an unwed mother at 19 (Under Parliamentary acts federal and state government agencies and church missions in Australia removed children of Aboriginals to place them with non-indigenous families between 1905 and 1970) She would meet her birth mother in her 30s and her son a few years later In her poignant memoir Too Afraid To Cry (2013) she writes about her confusion the relentless bullying and incidents of sexual abuse in her childhood and her desperate search for an identity of her own “‘Where you from’ asked a girl in the bed next to mine I told her I lived on the farm ‘But where you from’ she asked again I looked away I didn’t know what she meant” she writes The award nominations for which are made secretly has come as a validation of Eckermann’s non-mainstream identity In her childhood if there was one thing that helped her negotiate her bewilderment and her increasing inability to grieve or express emotions it was writing Reading had always been an escape She had grown up on stories from the Bible — stories of bravery faith and morals Later she would turn to reading real life dramas “The first Aboriginal book I read was My Place by Sally Morgan I think I was 17 at the time Here was the telling of an Aboriginal family unravelling their identity and finding their true place I remember feeling I was no longer alone that the author had similar experiences and feelings to mine I would love to meet Sally one day and thank her” she says She began writing poems in primary school and moved to journal entries over time In grade VII she learned about journalism and fell in love with the adventure it promised “But then it dropped away until I got closer to meeting my (birth) mother Suddenly it was back and I filled journals When I moved back to the desert to live with my community family the writing was both cathartic and celebratory In 2006 the federal government under the leadership of Prime Minister Howard forced a takeover of Aboriginal communities in the Northern Territory of Australia It is known as the Intervention or the Northern Territory Emergency Response The government had to suspend the Racial Discrimination Act to pass the legislation through Parliament It was a racist act Here were my traditional family and friends losing their rights when they had such little rights anyway This was my pilot light I had to write to share the truth” says the writer who has spent a considerable portion of her life in the region Eckermann is referring to a package of welfare schemes law enforcement and land tenure measures introduced by the Australian federal government to address allegations of neglect and child sexual abuse among the Aboriginal communities in the region It evoked severe criticism from the communities but successive governments have continued with its implementation with some variations Eckermann’s first collection of poetry Little Bit Long Time came out in 2009 Since then she has published several collections of poetry verse novels including the award-winning Ruby Moonlight (2012) and the memoir Too Afraid to Cry Her last book was Inside My Mother (2015) The stories she narrates are intensely personal but they are also stories of the making and unmaking of a community its indelible scars and its slow inch towards healing “Writing has helped me grow into the identity of the woman I was born to be; despite the separation from my birth mother and family In doing this I had to write for my community It became important to use the dialogue of poetry to revisit history important to write in an emotive voice inviting mainstream readers to feel the impact of our history and how this affects us today It became important to share our strengths too Most Australians do not know who we are” she says Eckermann’s poetic language is deceptively simple It insists on articulating the truth but is born of deep sorrow and deeper compassion “I have learnt two different ways now I am thankful for this /is part of my Life Cycle/My heart is Round ready to echo the music of my family but/the Square within me remains/The Square stops me in my entirety” she writes This dichotomy has also led her to approach language differently “Sadly I speak only a little of my traditional language It is one of my regrets English (as a bastard language) is often easy to manipulate As a poet I watch for body language in the mainstream This is the language of Australia to me In Australia government promises are mostly overridden by body language” she says At the core of Eckermann’s writing as in her life is her community and her deep sense of commitment to it “There is no life but family” she wrote in Little Bit Long Time Perhaps that is why she continues to be sceptical about the future It has been nearly two decades since the searing ‘Bringing Them Home’ report of the national inquiry into the separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children from their families came out “The removal of Aboriginal children from their families continues The stigmas against Aboriginal families continues I feel most Australians have forgotten about the report Some of our children and grandchildren know little of this as families are just trying hard to keep their families intact The (Tony) Abbott and (Malcolm) Turnbull governments have slashed funding to many Aboriginal services These cuts continue cycles of trauma for us It is a vicious cycle Changing the name of a policy does not change the agenda of the policy under a different title As for diversity in Australia I think (there is) not much” she says Increasingly she says mining has been compromising the interests of indigenous communities across the world In 2014 Australia and India signed a nuclear deal to mine uranium in southern Australia much to the chagrin of the local community “I am unsure how these deals are brokered In south Australia the state government has been pushing for a uranium waste dump There has been much protest about this and the environmental risks Aboriginal people are loud in their protest The Maralinga British atomic bomb testing is the story of my mother’s generation when they were forced off traditional lands due to contamination” she says In India too tribal communities are often finding themselves at the losing end of “developmental” projects Eckermann feels what renders indigenous communities vulnerable is poor health and lack of education “So many of our people suffer from poor health The education system is designed by the society that oppresses and proves unsustainable to the majority of our children I feel these are the ongoing issues that create vulnerability (Only) when true kindness and respect become embedded in government policies will we witness positive change I hope I will see this shift in my lifetime” she says Her new book is partly set in India a country that she first visited in 2013 and has returned to several times since “The title is Kali; it means boomerang in my language It will be a fictional story of love shared between two deserts It will be my way to honour the parallel stories of our lives” she says For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related Newsexperts have said that we should eat as many as nine meals every day. ?

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