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where he lifted the trophy seven times,make it into Warne’s XI.L. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Rohan Swamy | Published: September 18,” The security in-charge of the park, Uttrakhand and Manipur where election process has already begun. 2017 15:39:39 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed.major issues flagged by the electoral rivals.added heft to the party’s campaign.Interestingly in Goa where the BJP is facing a rival ina rebel RSS leader the party has not projected incumbentChief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar as chief ministerial faceand has often hinted at Manohar Parrikar’s return to the hot seat apparently to cash in on his enduring popularity in the state Mumbai: As soon as the news broke that Leo Varadkar is set to become the next Prime Minister of Ireland residents of Varad in Maharashtra his ancestral village started celebrating Leo 38 is an Indian immigrant’s son and he came out as gay in 2015 He is set to be the next Irish prime minister after he was yesterday voted leader of the country’s main ruling party His father Ashok Varadkar traces his roots to Varad a village having a population of nearly 3500 in Sindhudurg district’s Malvan tehsil and around 550 km south of Mumbai Ashok is Mumbai-born and went to the UK after completing his MBBS from India He then married an Irish woman there But for the villagers Leo and his doctor father are not merely a part of their memory but they are very much attached to the Varadkars a local resident claimed They are keen on inviting Dublin-born Leo to their village where his father built a home two years back "We know Ashok and his wife as they were here two years back They even helped some students bought books for local schools Now we want Leo to visit Varad once as he has not yet seen his ancestral village" Victor Dantes a resident of Varad village told PTI today "I’m regularly in touch with Ashok as I helped him when he was building his home in Varad" he claimed File image of Leo Varadkar AP He said was a very joyous and proud moment for all of the villagers "It is not like we do not know him (Leo) by face but we have heard about him only from our seniors Ashok is very much in touch with us and he has been visiting Varad from time to time" 52-year-old Dantes said "Two years back Ashok was here to see his newly constructed house in Varad village He has donated books funded the repair works of schools and even brought uniforms for poor students in Varad" said the village’s former head Dantes said he even interacted with local youths for some time and shared his views ideas and urged them to work hard for a better career "It was a touching moment for all of us because Leo his son was then minister with several portfolios in the Irish government and his father was talking to us just like a concerned senior person of a village" said Dantes who is the director of a cooperative bank "Ashok still speaks fluent Marathi and he also uses some Malvani words while talking to us" he said Malvani is a dialect of Marathi language named after Malvan tehsil of the coastal region Another Sindhudurg resident Ashok Kalaskar who is a local BJP leader said "For a long time people in Varad have cherished Ashok and his family for their attachment to the village When Ashok had come to Sindhudurg to see his land and old house he had wished for building a home there" "The Varadkars are a huge family as Ashok has some eight brothers and sisters Many of the Varadkars come to Malvan from time to time We all are very happy for Leo and his success" Kalaskar said Notably while Leo’s feat made his family members proud in Maharashtra the Costa family in Margao village of Goa also had its share of the proud moment after Antonio Costa became the prime minister of Portugal Costa who is of Indian origin visited his ancestral house in January this year during his tour of India He has roots in Goa which was ruled by Portugal till 1961 Updated: February 7 2015 12:19 am The Deloitte study shows that in 2014 76 per cent of art buyers acquired art and collectibles as investments compared to 53 per cent in 2012 (Source: Oinam Anand) Related News Dhritabrata Bhattacharjya Tato The just-concluded India Art Fair showcased modern and contemporary art from India and abroad Interestingly after the 2008 recession Indian art investment funds are slowly picking up momentum A Christie’s auction in Mumbai in December 2014 inspired new confidence in the market It fetched Rs 752745000/ $12092289 by selling 90 per cent by lot and 97 per cent by value This result was in line with ArtTactic’s Indian art market confidence indicator which rose 42 per cent in the first half of last year Indian art is slowly being recognised as an asset class According to Deloitte Luxembourg in 2013 auction sales of Indian modern and contemporary art were up by 62 per cent from 2012 at $495 million In addition India is now proud host of an international art biennale in Kochi Kerala Worldwide investing in art is gaining pace The Deloitte study shows that in 2014 76 per cent of art buyers acquired art and collectibles as investments compared to 53 per cent in 2012 This in turn has resulted in 36 per cent of the banks that were surveyed offering art-secured lending However there are several potential Indian investors who are yet to discover the magic of art and collectibles The dynamics of the art market which is reaching out to new clients online and in auction rooms are slowly changing However many potential investors shy away due to lack of exposure and understanding of market practices According to BMW’s head of cultural engagement Thomas Girst today the Indian contemporary art scene is being fuelled by increasing international recognition and visibility — in fact several museums all over the world are hosting India-themed exhibitions Further “keeping up with Jones” is a motivating factor for several collectors and bodes well for Indian art But Girst also points out that a vibrant art movement in India will not be possible in the absence of a deep and strong sense of national pride In fact “there can be no economic growth without taking into account the role of culture in creating identity” There is a clear role that large corporations and firms could play here In fact Girst points out that in order to build a strong reputation and increase their visibility companies should give back to society not just excel in their core business areas This is where promoting the arts could come in Buying art and enabling Indian artists could be potential brand-enhancement practices In fact this is particularly true for companies that one doesn’t associate with “visually” such as service-sector firms and banks Further art could also become a “business tool for global-scale banks” While the media typically focuses only on objects of national importance that are going under the hammer — especially to save significant artefacts — the collectibles market is immensely promising for potential investors Take for example the antiquarian map market which is yet to be discovered by many Indian art fund investors Prshant Lahoti a pioneer of the segment and who perhaps possesses one of the largest collections has a passion for maps which is why he collects them But he also believes that they are excellent “long-term bets” In India there are several hindrances that the art and finance industry needs to overcome The key challenges have to do with liquidity transparency and valuation There is a need and demand for professional art wealth management services that can properly leverage and enhance collections Globally art and collectibles are being seen as important components of well-balanced portfolios and asset-diversification strategies According to a 2012 Barclays report although holdings vary between region and type of asset on an average art and collectibles represent 9 per cent of the net assets of wealthy individuals Banks are now contemplating art-related tax estate and succession planning But with the number of ultra high net worth individuals expected to double in India over the next decade and the social cachet associated with buying art and collectibles increasing Indian art investment funds are bound to attract new investors Art fairs are now gateways not just to a world of beauty but also to financial benefit — for those who have the patience to reap the long-run rewards Tato is a Delhi-based writer [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: July 22 2017 5:22 am The night temperature in the city was recorded at 278 degree Celsius 4 degrees above normal (Express/Sahil Walia) Top News The Chandigarh weather department has predicted light rain with a generally cloudy sky for the next few days in the city Met officials on Friday said the day temperature is also expected to see a dip in the coming days Maximum temperature recorded on Friday was 347 degree Celsius The night temperature in the city was recorded at 278 degree Celsius 4 degrees above normal According to a weather bulletin issued by the Met department on Friday for the next 60 hours in Haryana light to moderate rain/thundershowers are expected at a few places while in Punjab light to moderate rain or thundershower is likely at many places during the next 12 hours The city has experienced very less rainfall during the ongoing monsoon season The monsoon is currently active in the southern parts of Haryana and the Met officials said that in the coming weeks they expect increase in the rainfall in the city Last year the city had received a total of 1095 mm rainfall in July and the total monthly rainfall in 2015 was 2489 mm “Chandigarh has recorded deficient rainfall so far Monsoon will remain active for the next few months as well So we are hopeful that there will be a good spell of rainfall in the city” said a Met department official “The department will come up with a reason about the less rainfall once the monsoon period is over” He added “This (less rainfall) is not a gloomy situation for the city We are expecting rainfall during the remaining period of monsoon” On Friday the Met statement has also said that rain or thundershowers are likely at scattered to many places in Haryana and Punjab For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsHyderabad: The Communist Party of India for a change is on the same page as the Trinamool Congress government on the issue of renaming the state as ‘Bengal’ saying the move reflected reality A file photo of Mamata Banerjee PTI "We agree It’s alright No problem" CPI General Secretary Suravaram Sudhakar Reddy told PTI on the West Bengal government’s proposal to change the name of the state The West Bengal Cabinet on Tuesday took up a proposal to rename the state as ‘Bengal’ in English and ‘Bango’ or ‘Bangla’ in Bengali "Now we are giving a new proposal and will convene a special session of the Assembly on August 26 to pass a resolution to this effect" state minister Partha Chatterjee said in Kolkata on Tuesday Reddy said: "Earlier West Bengal and East Bengal in the undivided was kept because it was separate entities in Bengal Now it’s a normal affair (to change the name) I don’t think there is any objection to it" "It’s a normal method Unnecessarily the name (West) was kept in the post-independence period and it continued like that Now changing the name is alright Nothing special The decision is alright It reflects the reality" he said Giving the example of states like Odisha and cities including Mumbai Bengaluru and Chennai Chatterjee said on Tuesday the word ‘Bengal’ has a deep connection with the state’s culture and heritage Another reason for changing the name is that whenever there is a meeting of all states West Bengal figures at the bottom of the list prepared in 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