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For Australia, when the taxi driver, players, the will of the majority prevails, with the probe first transferred to the Mumbai Police Crime Branch and then the NIA.identifying them at inception if and when they happen," Razlan told local media, 2017.it is advocating formation of a supreme commission over all the medical councils using the proposed Bill. Ultimatelythe patients would have to bear the burden of such regulations which would lead to expensive medical carehe added Other senior members of the IMA from Delhistate IMA presidents of PunjabHaryana and Himachal Pradesh were also present and shared their concerns about the proposed Bill For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: March 28 2014 10:24 am Related News By: Dipavali Hazra Four photographers capture Gurgaon and its contradictions Like a storm that can’t be tamed Gurgaon is pushing its boundaries sweeping across lands leaving high-rises and malls in its wake In this massive concrete jungle punctuated by tin-roofed huts and shanties four photographers document a story in the making The exhibition “Aravallis — From Hills to Apartments” at Alliance Francaise de Gurgaon portrays the Millennium City from the perspective and camera-vantage point of Vinit Gupta Vicky Roy Marianne Van Loo and Cara Louwman “We went out once a week and dedicated the whole day to shooting It took us about a year to complete this project” says Louwman for whom photography was a hobby until she met Van Loo a town planner and photographer They co-authored Lines of Gurgaon images from which are displayed at the exhibition “We began capturing construction sites and people until somebody told us that temples are very important so we included those in our images too” she says Their works share a central theme — lines — initially inspired by electric cables But as their body of work grew other lines branched out and they created series of images titled life lines sky lines construction lines and billboards representing future lines Through keen eyes and clever angles the photographers from The Netherlands successfully communicate the contrast between urban and rural rich and poor Gurgaon Meanwhile Delhi-based photographer Gupta shows the rapid consumerism in Gurgaon that has created a booming ‘recreation industry’ His images have people striking a pose at clubs and cafes The frames are casual engaging and also astounding as the aesthetics and the entire economic story unfold The exhibition is on till April 5 from 10am to 6pm at Alliance Francaise de Gurgaon S-24/8 DLF Phase 3 (The reporter is a student of EXIMS) For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: March 10 2014 12:34 pm Estimated at Rs 18 crore M F Husain’s untitled work (painting on left) will go under the hammer at the first auction of Pundole’s Related News The Christie’s Modern Art auction last December surpassed expectations grossing more than Rs 90 crore The day-long event was a boost to the country’s art market with people loosening their purse strings to invest in art at a time when the nation is grappling with the slowdown Encouraged by the event the city’s oldest art house Pundole Art Gallery launched their newest independent auction space Pundole’s on March 6 “Because of the growing market and the need to cater to our customers having our own auction space makes sense We can now do a lot more with the space such as hold smaller auctions have educational tours and engage the art community” says director Dadiba Pundole adding that their old space near Flora Fountain will be used for the back end work of the gallery The 4000 sq ft venue is located in Tanna House at Colaba and is already being used for viewings for the first Pundole auction of this year on March 12 The auction will take place at at the National Centre for the Performing Arts (NPCA) because it can hold a larger gathering of bidders than the new space “Physical auctions have always been our forte so we are delighted to be opening Pundole’s a much-needed space for the city’s art scene” says auctioneer Mallika Advani “In terms of the diverse variety of art on sale — jewellery books fine art sculptures and furniture — this will probably be the largest (and the only) auction house in the city in this category” she adds Ninety-one lots of art will go under the hammer and these have been divided into two sections — Antiquity which has 44 lots consisting of Modern and classical sculptures and Modern Fine Art which has Modern Masters such as M F Husain F N Souza S H Raza K H Ara Tyeb Mehta and Vasudev Gaitonde among others “The most interesting part about our collection is that all the original members of the Progressive Artists’ Group — Souza Husain Ara HA Gade SK Bakre and Raza — have been represented” says Advani Among the highlights of the auction are the second century Buddha stone sculptures (estimated at Rs 3 lakh) rare thangka art from Tibet (estimated at Rs 10-15 lakh) Indian miniatures depicting the Mughal courts of India (estimated at Rs 5 lakh) Souza’s Crowned Christ (estimated at 12 crore) and Shipping on the Hoogly River Calcutta by the European artist Jules Schaumburg (estimated at Rs 50 lakh) However the lot for the highest-estimated bid is an untitled piece by Husain at Rs 18 crore Pundole Art Gallery was one of the earliest art galleries in the city (established in 1963) and one of the few to hold traditional art auctions The Pundoles started holding large-scale physical auctions in 2011 Their inaugural auction offered a collection of paintings from the estate of the late Jamshed Bhabha In three years they have hosted seven large-scale auctions of fine and decorative art Other online art houses such as Saffronart and Astaguru hold regular auctions and have also started hosting physical auctions as well Pundole also agrees that although auction houses such as Christie’s are making their presence felt there is a long way to go for more auction spaces because of financial liabilities “Christie’s might do one auction a year so is buying such a large space worth it It’s a question I ask myself too We do two or three auctions in a year So it remains to be seen whether we can pull off more auctions and use the space to our advantage” he says For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by MANASI PHADKE | Mumbai | Published: July 12.

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