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In the passing away of the 82-year-old Pandit Raghunath Panigrahithe noted Oriya vocaliston August 25a particular era seems to have come to an end This was a period when efforts were being made at the revival of the Odissi dance form The main players in this were Guru Kelucharan Mohapatrahis composer friend Pandit Bhubaneshwar Mishra and his shishya Sanjukta Panigrahi along with her husbandPandit Raghunath Panigrahi They were to blaze a trail and situate the dance form in its firmament Guru Kelucharan Mohapatras vision was actualised by Sanjuktas dance and Raghunathjis singing The husband-wife team sharedequallythe accolades that were heaped upon them It was in the late 1960s that their efforts started to bear fruit It was truly a partnership of creative geniusand it was impossible to imagine one without the other The 1970s and 80s saw them at their peak An outstanding singer of the Odissi genreRaghunathji was not just a vocalist but also a versatile composer whose work covered a wide range of forms His soulful rendition of Jayadevas ashtapadis from the Gita Govinda was a class apartand his dance compositions were outstanding for their choreographic possibilities His facility with languages and the ease of uccarana in them made him unique In particularhis rendition of Ramcharitmanas is memorable He imbibed the seeds of music from his fatherespecially the rendering of the ashtapadis Trained in both Hindustani and Carnatic styleshe also composed and sang many compositions in the light classical genre so popular with the common man Before his marriage to SanjuktaRaghunathji was exploring a career in playback singing for Tamil and Telugu films in Chennai Endowed with a highly mellifluous voicehis renditions had an uncanny feel for bhavaand it is this quality that touched peoples hearts For a great many of todays Oriya vocalistshe was an icon and a role model He was awarded the title of Sur Mani by the Sur Singar Samsad of Mumbaithe Sangeet Natak Akademi Award as well as the Padma Shri for contribution to music He also happened to be the first Oriya musician to be decorated by the government of Francein the early 70s An affable and kind manhe was always smiling An animal loverhe used to care for the stray dogs in his neighbourhood and nurse the sick ones back to health After the untimely death of his wife in 1997he started a society to encourage young Odissi exponents Raghunathjiwho died just one day after Sanjuktas death anniversary (both died of cancer)has left a legacy that one can only be grateful for The writer is an Odissi dancer For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: October 14 2016 4:32 pm LeEco aims to redefine entertainment experience of Indian users from ordinary to super through its one-of-its kind content ecosystem Related News Global internet and technology conglomerate LeEco is swiftly gaining ground in the TV industry in India This is validated by the impressive number of Super3 X55 TVs 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Smart Electronics Business LeEco India said “We take immense pride in achieving new sales records each time and are thrilled to see an overwhelming response this time for our Super3 X55 In the last two flash sales of our Eco-TV we have surpassed existing industry records and created new ones The thrilling user response reflects how well have the Indian users transitioned to the ecosystem-enabled TV era that LeEco has pioneered in the country We’re are extremely committed to deliver on our user expectations in the future as well through breakthrough technologies at disruptive pricing” The recently concluded second flash sale of Super3 X55 received an astounding 50000 registration prior to the sale This was a result of the impressive offers lined up by LeEco for its users that were applicable on both LeMallcom and Flipkart These included 5000 of cashback on ICICI debit / credit cards OR 12 months no cost EMI through HDFC credit card on LeMallcom On Flipkart users could avail Rs 5000 cashback and 12 months of no-interest EMI on their purchase through Citibank debit and credit cards LeEco aims to redefine entertainment experience of Indian users from ordinary to super through its one-of-its kind content ecosystem which is now available on its Super TVs This is possible because LeEco has a long legacy of providing an ecosystem of services to its users In China it has already emerged as one of the largest video streaming companies and its endeavour is to bring this experience across platforms and devices for users in India LeEco Super TVs comes bundled with LeEco Membership for 2 years that worth Rs 9800 Through this membership users can get access to one of the largest content libraries in India that offers over 2000 Full HD/HD films from Hollywood and Bollywood more than 100 satellite TV channels and more than 50 live concerts LeEco Super3 Series follow the Northern European style of simple integrated design concept that gives them an impressive look The use of sophisticated monochromatic anodized wire drawing metalworking process makes the product exude class and quality The Super TV’s top-notch industrial design is backed by materials that are free from lead and chromium making the TV fully eco-friendly The Super3 Series comes with a 2-year product warranty as well as 4 years of warranty on the panel that is a first of its kind This article is sponsored by LeEco For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | London | Published: July 1 2017 4:44 am There is one burning ambition she has yet to fulfil though — facing the most successful professional-era tennis champion across the net (Source: AP) Top News Some might see Serena Williams’s absence from Wimbledon as a boost to their own chances of success but Jelena Ostapenko cannot wait for her “all-time idol” to come back to the circuit following her maternity break Over the past three years the 20-year-old has achieved many life-time goals such as winning the junior title at Wimbledon in 2014 and catching the sporting world by surprise when she hoisted the French Open trophy earlier this month while ranked 47th in the world There is one burning ambition she has yet to fulfil though — facing the most successful professional-era tennis champion across the net Williams the holder of 23 grand slam singles titles will be unable to defend her All England Club title over the next fortnight as she awaits the birth of her first baby While other rivals might be looking to capitalise on the 35-year-old champion’s absence Ostapenko thinks otherwise “It’s also nice when she was playing as she’s a great champion and she is always inspiring a lot of players” the fast-talking Latvian told Reuters in an interview in the run-up to the grasscourt major “She was always my idol when I was growing up as I would always watch her matches and really love the way she plays She’s the greatest player and maybe our styles of play is quite similar I hope I can still play her one day” Ostapenko was just two when Williams began her grand slam winning spree at the 1999 US Open and over the last two decades the American is the only woman to have achieved a feat the Latvian is now targeting – the French Open-Wimbledon double in the same year To do that she has been fine-tuning her game that usually relies on three things – power speed and even more speed “On grass you have to serve a little bit better than on clay that’s more important And the return So I have worked on my serve and return these past two weeks” said the Riga-born player who is determined to improve on her 2016 first round exit at Wimbledon Much was made of her tactics at the French Open where she belted the yellow ball out of shape – each and every time she made contact That ploy not only left a string of opponents gasping it also earned her almost as many unforced errors (271) as cleanly hit winners (299) over the course of seven matches in Paris With most of the damage done by her firecracker forehand where her average speed clocked faster than men’s world number one Andy Murray it is little wonder that when asked if she admired another player’s shot she was quick to share her thoughts “I’m pretty happy with what I’ve got but I really love the forehand of (Juan Martin) del Potro It’s very fast and very hard” said Ostapenko who is also known as an accomplished ballroom dancer in her homeland Should she triumph on Centre Court on July 15 will she be eager to show off her quickstep moves on the dance floor at the glitzy Champions’ Ball held at the end of the tournament “No I think it would be a slow waltz For the Wimbledon ball it fits the best All the players turn up in long dresses so the waltz will go well with the outfits” she giggled Any preference about whom she would like to share that dance with “If I win one day any men’s champion will do” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: February 20 2015 12:11 am Related News Over the years political figures have come up with sensitive suggestions for the people they are supposed to govern Eat cake (Marie Antoinette queen France) Women don’t laugh loudly (Bulent Arinc deputy prime minister Turkey) And now be like sheep (Leung Chun-ying chief executive Hong Kong) As the Chinese lunar calendar entered the year of the sheep Leung urged the people of Hong Kong to be more like the “mild and gentle animals living peacefully in groups” If you ran a government that was widely mistrusted and reeling from pro-democracy protests you might want to avoid woolly analogies Not Leung But maybe “the wolf” of Hong Kong was just trying to own his popular nickname Last year saw a fraying of the “one country two systems” compact that Hong Kong has operated under since 1997 when the British handed it over to China People already straining against the Chinese mainland’s control took to the streets when it was held that the candidates for the 2017 Hong Kong elections would be handpicked by a committee of “patriots” that is individuals appreciative of China Leung whose patriotism does not seem to be in doubt had warned that the protests would plunge the country into “anarchy” and derail Hong Kong from its pursuit of democracy which must be through “law” Earlier when accused of bullying a student magazine he had had an unimpeachable defence: everyone has the right to freedom of speech So it is not surprising that in Leung’s democratic utopia people should be like sheep Sheep are easily herded Sheep are suggestible and tend to follow the group in whichever direction it is led Sheep do not ask questions Leung was clearly trying to lead people down the best democratic path What a lamb For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: December 19 2016 9:38 am The new Ram Charan Teja-starrer Dhruva has done as well as expected believes the film’s leading man who says the film and his team did well during these times of demonetisation Related News The new Ram Charan Teja-starrer Dhruva has done as well as expected believes the film’s leading man who says the film and his team did well during these times of demonetisation Dhruva a Telugu entertainer released on December 9 “We knew the financial situation was unfavourable to our film’s release But we really had no choice but to release on time We were prepared for a meltdown We expected at least 30 per cent of the audience to stay away “All of us worked towards economising on the budget without compromising on the product So yeah considering everything I am happy with the outcome” Ram Charan said Dhruva is a remake of a Tamil film Why a remake? But even leaders of enormous and powerful states are bound by the realities of domestic politics, nor could it, The 23-year-old has just begun training for the competition, She recalls a time when she had at least 100 dancers as clients. The London-based theatre actor of Italian descent was in India for a week earlier this month to spend quality time with Shruti during the Valentine’s Day weekend.
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