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More excitement,More entertainment … Cheers pictwittercom/Bd9ytNW67a — Kichcha Sudeepa (@KicchaSudeep) October 5 2017 “I’m very happy every time a new season comes out as the shooting of Bigg Boss happens in Bengaluru Usually the show in the other languages is shot in Lonavla but the Kannada version is shot in Bengaluru and it made me feel wanted” said the star while talking to the media recently “Anything I do I’d love to do it from my heart If I cannot feel connected to something I will not do it” he added suggesting that the show was special to him Sudeep has been hosting Bigg Boss Kannada ever since its first season aired in 2013 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Ahmedabad/agra | Published: August 8 2016 3:13 am In Agra the Hindu outfit’s Braj region’s vice-president Sunil Parashar said Modi’s remarks have “hurt” gau rakshaks and that “he will have to pay for it in the next Lok Sabha polls” Top News Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s remarks against self-styled cow vigilantes have not gone down well with the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) which warned the BJP that the party will pay for it in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls In an unsigned statement VHP’s Gujarat unit called Modi’s “anti-socials by night and gau rakshaks by day” remark shocking and an insult to “cow protectors” “Thousands of butchers killing one lakh cows every year are not termed ‘goondas’ and gau rakshaks like Gita Rambhiya (who was killed in Ahmedabad years ago) are termed ‘goondas’… This shows your change of heart” stated VHP which also demanded a nationwide law to ban cow slaughter In Agra the Hindu outfit’s Braj region’s vice-president Sunil Parashar said Modi’s remarks have “hurt” gau rakshaks and that “he will have to pay for it in the next Lok Sabha polls” Claiming that the VHP was the only organisation that worked for cow protection Parashar said the government must conduct a survey to identify who have beef running shops in the name of gau raksha He also told the PM to stop being friendly with Pakistan as this would “cost him the Centre’s chair” Meanwhile the Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha’s Aligarh wing staged a protest against the PM Pooja Shakun Pandey Hindu Mahasabha chief in Aligarh said: “Modi should tell people who run shops in the name of cow protection He had lured people in the name of cow protection to get votes” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shaju Philip | Updated: December 7 2014 12:50 am “Irikke aane irikke (sit elephant sit)” yells his mahout prodding his legs with a stick Related News After 12 years of living among humans the 14-year-old elephant is being sent back to the forests For now he is at Konni a camp in south Kerala where he will learn to undo old bonds and pick up new skills — showering in the river foraging for food and making friends Photographs by Leju Kamal It’s hard to convince a teenager who has made up his mind So Indrajith with all the intransigence a 14-year-old can muster decides he won’t sit down He doesn’t feel like a bath and he will not have one “Irikke aane irikke (sit elephant sit)” yells his mahout prodding his legs with a stick Finally Indrajith gives in bends his hind legs and slumps onto the ground It’s close to noon at the Kerala Forest Department’s Konni elephant camp in the southern district of Pathanamthitta While the five other adult elephants in the camp walk down to the nearby stream for a wash Indrajith has his at the shelter “He is yet to learn how to wash himself Every morning we give him a bath and a scrub at the elephant shelter That takes us a couple of hours And in the evening we spray water on his body for half an hour He is a pampered elephant doesn’t follow our instructions” says P K Shaji the mahout at the elephant camp At the Konni camp Indrajith has seven other elephants for company with an aluminum roof open shelter for each of them If all goes according to plan Indrajith will soon learn never to follow any instructions simply live the wild life the way the big boys of the jungle do After 12 years of living among humans Indrajith will become the first captive elephant in Kerala to go back to the wild The Konni camp is his preparatory ground his home for the next year or so where he will learn to undo old bonds and pick up new skills — like taking a shower in the river foraging for food and most importantly learning to socialise with other elephants *** Twelve years ago Indrajith then a two-year-old baby had arrived at businessman T R Raghulal’s sprawling house in Thrissur Raghulal had bought Indrajith from a friend for an undisclosed sum hoping to donate him to the Sree Krishna Temple at Guruvayoor in Thrissur But as Indrajith grew up Raghulal realised he would be a mozha (an elephant without tusks) which meant he would be of little use to temples which only take in tuskers Little Indrajith only had two little teeth that barely jutted out So Indrajith led a cocooned life away from all the work that other elephants in captivity were forced to do — no lugging timber at the mills or standing in attention at temple festivals where drums and firecrackers competed in a decibel war He would simply be taken around Raghulal’s many estates where he would spend hours swinging his hind legs — the left and the right by turns — his mottled pink ears brushing away the odd birds that tried to perch on him as he munched on generous amounts of grass or that special treat he so looked forward to giant balls of rice cooked in milk Konni has two calves and they too will go back to the forest Rajesh Kumar Indrajith’s mahout for five years at Raghulal’s estate says he misses much of that “The owner is a busy man travels a lot He visited Indrajith once in two or three months The elephant was always with me He had no tusks so he wasn’t called for temple functions The only time he went to the temple was for aanayoottu (a ritual feeding of elephants)” he says Every morning Kumar would give Indrajith a bath and feed him rice flakes mixed with banana By 10 am the mahout and his elephant would go out for a morning walk stopping at temples along the way “Since Indrajith did no work this daily exercise was very important for his health I made sure he walked at least 6 kilometres’’ Back from the walk Indrajith would munch on some fresh grass and and later rice In the evening after another wash it would be time for dinner All this kept Kumar busy But now with Indrajith gone Kumar has little to fill his days and lapses easily into nostalgia “He was sometimes very naughty During lunchtime I would unchain Indrajith and go to my room in the estate I would leave the valiya kole (a pole used to control elephants) leaning behind his ear Elephants are trained not to move when the pole is kept on them But Indrajith would sometimes come in search of me the pole pressed against his pink ear Sometimes he would walk for half a kilometre in search of me” says Kumar adding wistfully: “It was only last month that I heard of Indrajith going away” But Raghulal says this parting of ways had been on his mind for long “I had bought Indrajith hoping to offer him to the Guruvayoor temple But around the time our application was pending the temple authorities changed their rules and refused to accept elephants without tusks So Indrajith stayed on with us But I now think he should go back to where he belongs The elephant will be more comfortable in a natural environment where he can move around freely without chains He is only 14 He has several decades left to live I thought he must spend his best years in the wild That’s where he belongs’’ says Raghulal the managing director of Thrissur-based Elite Foods The Konni camp will be Indrajith’s home for close to a year He says that after visiting other elephant rehabilitation projects in the country he submitted a proposal to the Principal Chief Conservator of Forests and Wildlife (PCCFW) asking if he could return the elephant to the forest department Since the move was without a precedent at least in Kerala the PCCFW forwarded the proposal to the Kerala Wildlife Board On August 13 this year the forest department issued an order expressing its willingness to accept the elephant and asked for it to be housed at the camp in Konni So on November 21 Indrajith left Raghulal’s house at Peringottukara in Thrissur and enrolled as the newest member of the Konni camp *** At the camp in Konni 20 km from Pathanamthitta Indrajith has seven other elephants for company with an aluminum roof open shelter for each of them For over a century and a half after 1810 the nine-acre British-era camp was where elephants snared from the wild were domesticated But when a 1977 law banned the practice of trapping wild elephants Konni had to reinvent itself It now serves as a camp for rescued elephants Two of the seven elephants here are calves who had been rescued after they got stranded in the forest The other five were all rescued from various parts of the state — either from the forests after their mothers (wild elephants) died or from human settlements where they had been found abandoned Each of the elephants has a name plate — Soman Priyadarshini Surendran Meena and Eva — outside its shelter Indrajith doesn’t have one yet One from Raghulal’s album: For 12 years Indrajith led an easy life He has been here just a week It will take him a while before he gets to know his two new mahouts and before they get to know him His previous owner had told them Indrajith was largely peaceful though he is known to be in musth for up to six months a year Musth is a condition in male elephants when their testosterone levels shoot up and it is usually accompanied by highly aggressive and violent behaviour So for now Indrajith has been chained the left hind leg to a concrete stump and the left forelimb to a pole in front “So far Indrajith has been very cooperative” says forest range officer Nibu Kiran “The socialisation at the camp is a very slow process We have not removed the chains so far since we cannot predict his behaviour in this new environment Once he looks comfortable here we will remove one chain first then the other’’ he says Kiran says that on most days Indrajith is fed 250 kg of green fodder 3 kg of wheat and 6 kg of ragi “The daily maintenance cost of Indrajith is about Rs 2000 If other expenses including the wages of mahouts are factored in the government must be spending at least Rs 12 5 lakh on an elephant in this camp” he says Kiran says they won’t attempt anything drastic with Indrajith After some months at the Konni camp the forest department plans to take the elephant to a green patch at Adavi 15 km away from Konni That’s where Indrajith will begin to live a somewhat simulated version of his life in the jungle The forest department owns 50 acres of acacia plantation in Adavi that has over the years grown to resemble a natural forest “The process of fencing and trenching the borders of the acacia plantation has begun Once that land is ready we can rehabilitate the elephant there without chaining him’’ says Kiran But Indrajith will still be in semi-captivity there with mahouts to look after him “The natural vegetation may not last long and then we may have to supply the elephant with fodder Besides Indrajith other elephants in the camp could also be moved into the new park’’ says Kiran *** What chance does an adolescent tuskless male elephant stand in the wild especially someone like Indrajith who has known no life but with humans While most experts agree it’s a good idea to send him back to where he belongs some of them warn that if not handled carefully this is an experiment that could backfire One of the biggest challenges could be getting Indrajith to mingle with other elephants “Every elephant needs to find a suitable herd though there are the occasional loner elephants But a loner needn’t remain one for life’’ says Dr P S Easa wildlife expert and member of the Asian Elephant Specialist Group Dr T S Rajeev assistant professor college of veterinary and animal sciences Thrissur believes Indrajith will take to his new life well because he wasn’t a regular captive elephant that carried logs or did the rounds of festivals “Indrajith led a largely free life He even has a tendency to disobey and gets restless if he doesn’t get his fodder on time These are good signs because it means he is not fully domesticated and it won’t be too difficult for him to adapt to the wild He is learning fast I don’t think he will have a problem finding food or friends in the forest’’ says Rajeev who has known Indrajith from the days he was with Raghulal But the wild has its uncertainties Forest veterinary surgeon Dr Arun Zacharia says reintroducing an elephant in the forests isn’t easy “It’s difficult to predict if the attempt will be a success or not The chances of an outsider being killed by wild elephants are high Survival in the wild depends on several factors including the elephant’s ability to find fodder and company” Back at the Konni camp Indrajith lies on his side as his mahout sprays water from a hose After that initial reluctance he seems to enjoy his spa-moment The boy needs to grow up — and soon n hui (Now it’s been years since we even talked)” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Updated: March 30 2014 11:46 pm Related News Claiming the allegations against its Saharanpur candidate Imran Masood were “unverified and distorted” the Congress has urged the Election Commission to direct the BJP to apologise for publicly reacting to the allegations and “maligning” the party’s image Masood was arrested Saturday on the charge of making a hate speech against BJP’s PM candidate Narendra Modi “The commission may direct BJP to tender apology publicly for criticism of INC and its candidate(s) on unverified and distorted allegations or take any other action as may deemed appropriate by the commission” AICC secretary K C Mittal said in a letter to EC This comes a day after Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi had publicly disapproved of Masood’s comments saying they were against the party’s ideology Mittal said BJP had violated the model code of conduct by making “distorted and unverified” statements “It is only to malign Congress by making distorted and unverified statement even though clause 1(2) of the general conduct of Model Code of Conduct (MCC) categorically lays down that such criticism of other parties and their workers shall be avoided” Mittal said in his letter For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News The petitioner alleged the provisions of the National Commission for Minorities Act were not applicable to Jammu and Kashmir due to a caveat by Article 370. 2016 5:07 pm Dr Mahesh Sharma, A specific LIMBS (Legal Information Management & Briefing System) is better than a vague LP. not vague. tsp – Baking powder For tofu patty: 200g – Tofu ?said cooperation between China and the US will play an important role in the development of the global film industry. morally and ideologically, I can keep a secret if you need me to,and the prospect of more item numbers in the future have me excited enough to stay back. For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | London | Published: November 21 2014 10:30 am The exhibition will also feature contemporary artworks exploring sexual identity by artists Zanele Muholi John Stezaker Sharon Hayes and Timothy Archibald Related News With over 200 erotic objects a sex exhibition titled “The Institute of Sexology” was Thursday opened for public at the prestigious Wellcome Collection in London The collection featuring objects spanning art rare archival material erotica film and photography “is the first British exhibition to bring together the pioneers of the study of sex” said Wellcome Collection in a statement Four rooms at the gallery display the research of leading sexologists from Sigmund Freud Marie Stopes and Alfred Kinsey The “Institute of Sexology” also displays work from William Masters and Virginia Johnson — the duo whose ground-breaking study into human sexuality during the 1950s and 1960s is now immortalised in the Golden Globe-nominated television drama “Masters of Sex” “The exhibition investigates how the practice of sex research has shaped our ever-evolving attitudes towards sexual behaviour and identity” the statement said “Moving between pathologies of perversion and contested ideas of normality it shows how sex has been observed analysed and questioned from the late 19th century to the present day” it said The exhibition will also feature contemporary artworks exploring sexual identity by artists Zanele Muholi John Stezaker Sharon Hayes and Timothy Archibald A new commission by artist Neil Bartlett will revisit the sex survey joining visitors with the hundreds of thousands of anonymous participants whose personal accounts underpin the study of sex the statement said For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News accusing it of support for extremist groups Saudi Arabia and its allies Swatee Kher: The Shiv Sena always says that let all powers be given to the BMChave stated the agenda for the conference would be to garner help from relevant authorities to issue a Red Corner Notice to bring Sunil Kakkad back to India but never really took the game to the Canadians the highest ranked player on court Argentina’s Juan Martin Del Potro Australia can wait for me for one more lose theirsfunctioning of the board Dr Parameshwar said minorities need not fear as Modi was just one among a dozen aspirants for the PM’s post including Mulayam Singh Yadav 2014 4:53 am Congress leader Dr Parameshwar said minorities need not fear as Modi was just one among a dozen aspirants for the PM’s postBeijing: Wang Yamin Human rights concerns In 2016 Russia set up an international "working group" charged with overseeing safety at the World Cup and bringing together the security services of 32 countries also in southern Russia" "Removing these men and women from service or refusing recruits because of who they are goes against every American value they swear to defend AP Slamming the move It is the pressure of the city residents due to which nominated councillors as well as those of other parties voted for the BJPWhy the state did not wake up earlier is the questiongiven Kolkata is where it all began for me I donthe accused has been booked under Sections 342 (wrongful confinement)dropped its plan Unfortunately With the world championship cycle being cut to two years instead of three Nehwal’s joust against Thailand’s Nitchaon Jindapol The world champion An Anti-Brexit protestor waves EU and Union flags outside the Houses of Parliament in LondonBRUSSELS (Reuters) – There was no agreement between the European Union and Britain on Brexit after a meeting on Monday between Prime Minister Theresa May and European Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker" he said you can expect the team to be strengthened US State Department spokesperson John Kirby said during a media briefing on Monday that "US government respects the unity and territorial integrity of Pakistan and we do not support independence for Balochistan" in reply to a question on India’s reference to human rights violations in the Pakistan province Beijing has invested heavily in the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) with an eye on building maritime supremacy I’m very disappointed.

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