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Yogesh, the statement says; as a result, ” he said. The faction has also warned the people to keep away from attending the Congress rally.” Ministry of Electronics and IT, “This (violence) is not the road to democracy. party Organisational General SecretaryRamlal claimed 89 BJP-RSS workers have been killed by the political opponents particularly by Marxists and in rest of the figures are higher. The film is produced by Rakesh Roshan’s Filmkraft and directed by Anurag Basu.Kites?BIG Pictures will market and publicize its art house film slate The International Distribution team has also lined up meetings with officials from Hollywood studios such as FoxSonyParamountDisneyWarnerUniversalLionsgate amongst many others in order to explore business propositions For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | New York | Published: August 5 2011 4:37 pm Related News Next timewhen you reach for that bar of Hershey”sknow that it only takes a bite or two of chocolate to get the benefits A new study has suggested that a daily bite of chocolate could bolster your workoutsa media report said Scientists gave a group of mice daily dose of purified form of epicatechincacao”s chief beneficial compound twice These mice outperformed the group of mice who had not been given the chocolate-y supplementaccording to researchers at the University of CaliforniaSan Diego The cacao chemical also increased the physiological response in the test group’s leg muscles Dark chocolate in tiny amounts has also been shown to lower blood pressure For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shikha Kumar | Updated: October 27 2015 11:57 am A Sikh regiment that participated in World War I (Source: Sikhsatwarinfo) Related News In 1914 when World War I commenced over 35000 Sikh soldiers left their rural homes in then undivided India to serve in the British Indian army These soldiers with little understanding of the mechanisms of war but with unshakeable belief in martyrdom fought valiantly for the British serving in places as far-flung as East Africa Egypt Europe and Mesopotamia (modern-day Iraq) By 1918 their numbers in the army had surged to over a lakh While many of them won medals and gallantry awards their sacrifice was forgotten over time Now the valour of these soldiers is set to be etched in permanence through a WW1 National Sikh Memorial that will come up at the National Memorial Arboretum near Lichfield in Staffordshire United Kingdom on November 1 The Memorial is spearheaded by Birmingham-based filmmaker and British Army reservist Jay Singh-Sohal “The unveiling will be held ahead of Remembrance Day on November 11” he says referring to the day observed in most countries to remember members of armed forces who died in the line of duty during the first World War Standing six-feet and two-inches high the monument depicts the image of a sardar representative of all the Sikhs who fought in the war “We decided against creating a depiction of any single individual as it goes against Sikh thought Instead our tribute is to all the 13 lakh soldiers who served in the army” says Singh-Sohal The bronze statue nicknamed Subedar is being built by Sculptor Castings a fine art foundry in Basingstoke England The model bust was conceptualised by artist Mark Bibby and features articles of Sikh faith such as the turban and a flowing beard Having studied British military history for three decades Bibby also read regimental history of that period and gathered various reference images and notes on the subject “Living history groups and collectors helped in getting the minute details into place I see this memorial as a dignified reminder of the role played by Sikhs to which we are all indebted” says Bibby Singh-Sohal also decided to exhibit some of the medals the soldiers could have been awarded In December 2010 he began [email protected] an online repository to preserve the memories of the Sikhs’ contribution in both the World Wars While the website subsequently emerged as a storehouse for the documentation of Sikh stories Singh-Sohal always found something lacking — the current generation of British Indians was growing up unaware of the heroism showcased by Indians during the Great War “Following all the films we had made we wanted to ensure a lasting legacy A piece of heritage such as a monument would certainly stand the test of time” says the 32-year-old In August last year along with the British Armed Forces Sikh Association he launched a crowd-sourced campaign to gather funds for the memorial One month later they managed to reach their pledge of 20000 pounds “We had an overwhelming response with little over 150 donors These included non-Sikhs and donors from outside the UK” says the former journalist The unveiling ceremony will also see the launch of the Sikh Chronicles the official publication of the WW1 Sikh Memorial fund “This book contains authoritative articles from experts and historians about the various theatres the Sikhs fought in original archive images and commissioned artwork that depicts their heroism” says Singh-Sohal While he tried to reach the families of the soldiers for the event — the process entailed tracking down four generations — they couldn’t get too far “I’m confident they will visit Subedar in the future With this memorial I hope Indians everywhere continue serving humanity taking inspiration from our forebears to fight against injustice and tyranny” he asserts For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express AppWritten by Agencies | Los Angeles | Published: October 7 2010 10:10 am Related News Hollywood superstar Tom Hanks is in talks to star in ‘Hurt Locker’ director Kathryn Bigelow’s latest project ‘Sleeping Dogs’ Bigelowwho became first woman to win the coveted best director Oscar trophy last year for the Iraq war dramahas re-united with scriptwriter Mark Boalalso an Oscar-winnerfor the crime thrillerreported Variety online The filmpreviously known as ‘Triple Frontier’is set in the border zone between ParaguayArgentina and Brazilwhich is a haven for organized crime and centers on five men of various ages working in the zone Post the OscarsBigelow has become hot property in Hollywood and other big names doing the rounds for the film include Leonardo DiCaprioChristian BaleSean Penn and Jeremy Renner But the actors are yet to sign on the dotted line For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: March 6 2009 2:44 am Related News In an interaction with the PAU Vice-ChancellorDr Manjit Singh Kangand othersthe former member of Australian Panel on Climate Change and former Head of PAU Department of Agricultural MeteorologyDr HS Mavi said that global warming was a grave subject He reviewed the country reports for climate change in Asia in an Australian context Dr Mavi said that the global warming-related changes taking place in weather and climate were offering clear indications of shifting physical processes of earth and atmosphere system He said evidence was that global warming would endanger 400 species of plant and animals and have adverse effect on human health Melting glaciers are the best indicators of climate change? 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