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The $8-billion deal was signed in Doha by Qatar’s defence minister Khalid bin Mohammed al-Attiyah and his British counterpart,” said advocate Chetan Pandya who represents Jignesh. India managed only 135/9 in the allotted 20 overs to lose their second T20I match. In 2007, All the thefts took place in an within an area of less than 8km.In the first complaint Surinder Singh a resident of Mata Gujri Enclave in Kharar told police that he had parked his Maruti car outside his house in Old Mata Gujri Enclave area and on Thursday morning he found that the car was missing Surinder is a bank employee in Chandigarh The second case was reported from Sante Majra village near Kharar which falls under the jurisdiction of Kharar (City) police station Gurpreet Singh a businessman said his Maruti car was stolen from outside his house In the third case Jagdish Singh of Padiala village told the police that he went to Kharar to buy medicines on Thursday and parked his Maruti car outside the Saini Medical Store After buying the medicines he went to nearby shops to buy some clothes and when he came back his car was missing from outside the medical store Jagdish said: “First I asked the medical store staff about the car but they did not know about it Then I asked some other shopkeepers there but could not find the car Then I realised that the car was stolen and lodged a complaint with the police” The fourth complaint was lodged by Surinder Singh who alleged that his car was also stolen from outside his house Kharar (City) SHO Satnam Singh said: “We have rounded up four persons We will soon recover the stolen cars and arrest the thieves” For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Alaka Sahani | Updated: April 18 2017 4:59 pm Kamini Kaushal on her 90th birthday celebrations in Mumbai Nirmal Harindran; Top News Seated on the spacious terrace of her Malabar Hills penthouse veteran actor Kamini Kaushal was checking the grocery items that were being delivered when I walked in The soft clatter in the kitchen preceding the lunch indicated that it was just another day in her household Small wonder that she dismissed turning 90 on February 24 as “just a number” As she settles in a semi-circular sofa Kaushal said “I didn’t want to celebrate my birthday but my children are going overboard with it One more year added to my life does not make a difference as long as I have peace in my heart” Kaushal — a sought-after actor of the ’50s — has always been an unlikely film star Even at the height of her popularity she maintained a distance from the industry; her family was her priority Yet the nonagenarian is happy to have led a creative career peppered with multiple highs: her debut movie Neecha Nagar (1946) directed by Chetan Anand won the best film award at the Cannes Film Festival; she delivered a number of hits in the ’50s and the ’60s such as Do Bhai (1947) Biraj Bahu (1954) Jailor (1958) and Shaheed (1965); and in later years wrote for the children’s magazine Parag for 15 years and turned puppeteer with shows such as Chand Sitare Chaat Pani and Chandamama for Doordarshan Kamini Kaushal in a still from a film Kaushal whose original name is Uma Sood says that she was “bullied” into the world of cinema A graduate with English honours she was engrossed in studies radio plays and acting on stage in Lahore where her family lived before partition when Anand offered her Neecha Nagar “I was studying at Lahore’s Kinnaird College for Women then and my first reaction was ‘no’ I had heard from somewhere that the film industry was not a good place for girls” she recalls Her elder brother who was a friend of Anand asked her to reconsider her decision In spite of Neecha Nagar’s international acclaim she did not have any plans of joining the industry until she moved to Bombay after her marriage She married her brother-in-law BS Sood then a chief engineer at the Bombay Port Trust after her sister Usha died in an accident leaving behind two daughters Kumkum and Kavita The couple later had three sons Rahul Vidur and Shravan All of the five children along with her grandchildren were present at her birthday celebration held recently at INT Aditya Birla Centre for Performing Art and Research Mumbai conducted by musicologist Kushal Gopalka “The centre’s auditorium was decorated with balloons like it was a little girl’s birthday We cut a cake as well as looked back at her remarkable creative journey with clippings and songs from her movies and shows” said Gopalka The first movie she signed after making Bombay her home was Jail Yatra (1947) directed by Gajanan Jagirdar “This was my first film opposite Raj Kapoor who would call himself a desi tharra (old hat) and tease me as a newbie Later on I realised that Jail Yatra was his debut as an actor” she says with a laugh “He was a pal When he directed his first film Aag (1948) I agreed to be a part of it” As she shot to fame her name appeared before the leading actor “Big deal I never fought for my name to appear first In my family we are taught to look at the output” says Kaushal whose late father Shiv Ram Kashyap considered a pioneer in Indian botany was a professor at Lahore’s Punjab University The Hindi film was undergoing a change when Kaushal joined it “We brought in the trend of naturalness in performance Since I had the experience of doing radio and theatre shows I was at ease with such changes” says the actor who has acted opposite leading stars of that time including Ashok Kumar Dev Anand (Ziddi) and Dilip Kumar (Nadiya Ke Paar Shabnam) While she found Dev Anand “very shy” she was “baffled” by actor-director Sohrab Modi’s booming voice In the late ’60s and ’70s she made a successful transition to essaying character roles Her appearances became sporadic in the ’80s and in the ’90s she grew busy as a puppeteer as she wrote the scripts as well as did the voiceovers for puppets In 2013 Kaushal returned to the big screen as Shah Rukh Khan’s grandmother in Chennai Express “I couldn’t say no I thought I must do a film with Shah Rukh” says the actor who is deliciously articulate She continues to get offers but has not been tempted to put the greasepaint again For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Parul | Chandigarh | Published: December 5 2015 9:34 am Work of Pierre Jeanneret on display during an exhibition at Panjab University in Chandigarh on Friday (Source: Express Photo by Jasbir Malhi) Related News Known to many as the cousin of Le Corbusier Swiss architect Pierre Jeanneret (1896-1967) in his own right played a pivotal role in the construction of Chandigarh Pierre was responsible for designing many buildings of Panjab University including the Gandhi Bhawan administrative building arts and science blocks and the hostels On his 48th death anniversary on December 4 the departments of Gandhian and peace studies and art history and visual arts along with Chandigarh College of Architecture are showcasing an exhibition titled “Modernism in South Asia: The Work of Pierre Jeanneret” at the Museum of Fine Arts PU and also hosting a workshop It’s also a proud moment for many as the Getty Foundation USA has awarded a Conservation Planning Grant to the Gandhi Bhawan under its initiative – Keeping it Modern The grant supports conservation and preservation of modern architectural ensembles The first workshop under this project titled “Modernism in South Asia-Pierre Jeanneret’s Gandhi Bhawan” is being conducted till December 5 with eminent architects and teachers being part of it Gandhi Bhawan is distinctive in its form which is lotus shaped and appears as if floating in a pool of water with skylights defining the spaces inside and the rough exteriors of the buildings giving it an unique stature The curator of Pierre Jeanneret Archive at Canadian Centre for Architecture Montreal? 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