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which works for up to three days after intercourse. Even as most of us prefer to stay indoors,but these camps serve the purpose and allow them to express their creative side, said Roopinder Ghumanprincipal of Ashmah International School For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | New York | Published: September 18 2017 6:42 pm The project is a collaboration between the Steven Spielberg-founded Shoah Foundation which has recorded nearly 52000 interviews with Nazi-era survivors and the Institute for Creative Technologies both at the University of Southern California (Image Source: AP) Related News What was it like in a Nazi concentration camp How did you survive How has it affected your life since Technology is allowing people to ask these questions and many more in virtual interviews with actual Holocaust survivors preparing for a day when the estimated 100000 Jews remaining from camps ghettos or hiding under Nazi occupation are no longer alive to give the accounts themselves An exhibit at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York City called “New Dimensions in Testimony” uses hours of recorded high-definition video and language-recognition technology to create just that kind of “interview” with Eva Schloss Anne Frank’s stepsister and fellow survivor Pinchas Gutter “What we’ve found is that it personalizes that history” says concept designer Heather Smith “You connect with that history in a different way than you would just seeing a movie or reading a textbook or hearing a lecture” The project is a collaboration between the Steven Spielberg-founded Shoah Foundation which has recorded nearly 52000 interviews with Nazi-era survivors and the Institute for Creative Technologies both at the University of Southern California First conceived in 2009 such exhibits have been put on in different forms at other museums using technology to pull up relevant responses to questions about life before during and after Adolf Hitler’s murderous Third Reich Like Anne Frank Schloss and her family went into hiding in Amsterdam but were betrayed and sent to Auschwitz She was eventually liberated by the Russian Army in 1945 The 88-year-old Schloss whose mother married Frank’s father Otto Frank in 1953 lives in London and has told her story in talks to schoolchildren and in books including “Eva’s Story: A Survivor’s Tale by the Stepsister of Anne Frank” Asked about Frank whom she knew as a child before both went into hiding Schloss’ image says “Anne was really a very sophisticated little girl” Both Schloss and Gutter sit in red chairs and speak from large flat-screen monitors The on-screen Gutter who in reality is 85 and lives in Toronto was asked “What do you do for a living” during a museum visit last week He answered “At the moment I am retired I do a lot of community social work I’m a cantor in my synagogue I visit people in hospitals Basically I do community social work as a volunteer” Asked about surviving a Nazi death march he said “We marched for two and a half weeks And only half of us arrived at Theresienstadt The rest were either killed or died on the road” Gutter will also sing a Jewish liturgical song or tell a Yiddish joke if prompted Smith says that for now the virtual Gutter is better at answering questions than the virtual Schloss because his database contains 20000 questions to her 9000 But she says the virtual Schloss will likely improve when asked more questions Smith said the material could eventually be presented in a variety of formats including holographic technologies still in development “The vision was to ultimately have a classroom of kids or one child or one adult actually in a room and sitting across from a Holocaust survivor and I wanted them to feel as if it was as real as possible” she said Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett chief curator of POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw said she visited the Gutter-Schloss exhibit and she hopes that future technological advances don’t overshadow the survivors themselves “However innovative the technology is it is not at the foreground of the experience and it shouldn’t be” Kirshenblatt-Gimblett said “What’s beautiful about this installation is that the survivors are front and center they are charismatic and what they have to say is utterly compelling” For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express AppWritten by ANI | London | Published: November 28 2009 3:23 pm Related News Brit actress Kate Winslet has been named the best international actress at this years Bambi Awards in Germany Winslet34had been awarded the prize for her role in The Reader, Norway.5. the latter visited his bete noire and former state unit chief Partap Singh Bajwa’s brother Fateh Jung Singh Bajwa on Tuesday.business for foreign giants as an incentive but, The NDA led by the BJP will get a comfortable majority. There is a powerful yearning for change… I know Bihar very well.pastel shades.

so he thought of killing at least two, Pramod Kumarstation house officer of the Moradnagar police stationsaid A resident of MeerutKumar had shifted to Krishna Nagar area of Moradnagar 15 days ago Before the incidentKumar had brought three of his daughters with himleaving the others with his parents in Meerut On Tuesday nighthe took Moni (10) and Manisha (5) out for a walk and threw them in the canal next to the Moradnagar police station The police said he was drunk A few policemen sitting outside heard a noise and saw Kumar throwing his daughters? During the review of the Lok Sabha results,s plea. download Indian Express AppWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: February 15, Prior to the cardiac arrest,S. the authors write, ?however, Anbuchezhiyan alleged that director-actor Sasikumar has conspired to falsely frame him in the case to avoid replaying the money he owes him.

The indemnity level has been raised from 60 per cent to 80 or 90 per cent,an estimated 5 lakh passengers commute by the buses owned by Sukhbir Badal and other private players. Grewal also brought to the notice of Professor Bhandari that the price of diesel had reduced by Rs 4 and the government should therefore reduce the bus fares from 49 paise to 40 paise For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | Updated: October 18 2016 9:23 am Amazon Great Indian Festival is on till October 20 Moto G4 Plus OnePlus 3 Vibe K4 Note Samsung On 7 Pro Yu Yuphoria and other top smartphone deals Top News Amazon’s Great Indian Festival sale is back on the website and it will run from October 17-20 If you’re still looking to buy a smartphone the second round of sale has a variety of options Plus Amazon is offering exchange deals on most smartphones which means a further discount on the price Amazon exclusives like OnePlus 3 Moto G4 Plus Lenovo Z2 Plus Mi Max Prime as well phones like Samsung Galaxy On 7 Pro and On 5 Pro are all part of the deals Additionally Amazon is offering 15% (app only) or 10% (site only) cashback for Citi bank cards Here’s a look at the offers on Amazon and which ones are the best OnePlus 3: So the OnePlus 3 isexclusive to Amazon and the price remains Rs 27999 but in exchange for an older device you can get up to Rs 20700 off There’s also a no cost EMI being offered by the website With an iPhone 6s 64GB version Amazon reflected Rs 13950 off and a price of Rs 14049 for the OnePlus 3 The OnePlus 3 is a mid-range flagship with 6GB RAM Snapdragon 820 processor and 16MP camera which is a great specs list for its price In our review we liked the OnePlus 3’s overall performance and it is indeed a flagship killer at the price With the exchange offer going on this is a good deal to consider especially if you want a mid-range phone that offers a solid overall performance Lenovo Z2 Plus The newly launched Lenovo Z2 Plus is also available as part of exchange under Amazon’s Great India sale While the final price is still Rs 19999 for the 4GB RAM+64GB storage version with exchange you can get Rs 15300 off on the price The camera is not as impressive as the OnePlus 3 this is also a worthy mid-range contender on list In terms of design Z2 Plus looks quite stunning thanks to the glass and metal body This one also comes with the latest Snapdragon 820 processor and has a large 3500 mAh battery Moto G4 Plus is available on discount during the Amazon sale Moto G4 Plus: Moto G4 Plus is another phone that’s available on discount and exchange Amazon is offering Rs 1500 off on the Rs 14999 price tag for the 3GB RAM+32GB storage While the discounted price is Rs 13499 with the exchange offer you can get a maximum of Rs 10700 off on this smartphone The Moto G4 Plus is a mid-budget smartphoneIn our review we loved its camera and overall performance The 16 MP rear camera is the best you’ll get in this price bracket and the stock Android UI is likely to get updated to Android Nougat soon which is another plus point Also read: Lenovo Z2 Plus review: Sturdy performance some unique features Moto G4 with 16GB storage space is also available on discount at Rs 11999 (Rs 1500 off) However if your budget is flexible stick with the 32GB space as more onboard storage is always a better choice Samsung On 7 Pro On 5 Pro are also part of the exchange/discounts on Amazon Samsung Galaxy On 7 Pro On 5 Pro:Samsung’s budget offerings the On 7 and On 5 Pro are both part of the sale On 7 Pro gets Rs 1200 off and is available for Rs 9990 If you exchange this for an older device you can get a maximum discount of Rs 7900 which effectively brings down the price to Rs 2000 which is a very good deal Even if you get Rs 2000-3000 off under exchange the On 7’s price will be Rs 7000 or less which is worth it Samsung On 5 Pro is available for Rs 7990 (again Rs 1200 off) and with exchange there’s a further Rs 6300 off (maximum) If you’re selling an old phone for this phone you can get it for Rs 4000-Rs 5000 depending on the device you’re trading in That’s still a deal worth grabbing especially if you’re on a tight budget Read more: OnePlus 3 Review: This one is a serious flagship killer Huawei Honor 5C:Huawei Honor 5C gets Rs 1000 off on Amazon and is available at Rs 9999 Exchange means another Rs 7900 off on the price We liked this phone during our review with display camera and overall performance all being points in its favour This one runs Android M OS YU Yuphoria: YU Yuphoria from Micromax’s YU Televentures is a budget option in the list of deals It is available for Rs 4749 on Amazon although there’s no exchange option on this It was launched in India at a price of Rs 6999 and we called it a good-looking budget device at the time The one on sale doesn’t run CyanogenMod and instead has stock Android 51 The battery and overall performance shouldn’t be disappointing especially given the under Rs 5000 price during the sale Other devices on sale include CoolPad’s Mega 25 Moto G4 Play Micromax Canvas Mega Moto X Force etc So depending on your budget you should find a good enough option in the list on Amazon As far as exchange deals go the smartphone’s display should be in a working condition Also for those who purchase a 4G handset during October to December 31st 2016 on Amazon you can get 14GB additional data from Airtel on purchase of 1GB data at select recharge points in the country For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Vandana Kalra | Published: August 11 2015 12:00 am Sunil Das’ themes varied from women’s emancipation to his famous bulls and horses (Photo courtesy: Aakriti Art Gallery Delhi Art Gallery) Related News “His paintings are often about death and horror… (He is) a master of the horrific in art” noted FN Souza of the work of the Bengal master Sunil Das On Monday morning the postmodernist expressionist Das breathed his last at the age of 76 Survived by his wife the Padma Shri awardee died of cardiac arrest at his Kolkata home “He was very prolific fun loving and large-hearted He often attended exhibitions featuring works of fellow artists and was extremely popular” recalls Vikram Bachhawat director of Aakriti Art Gallery His gallery in Kolkata would be exhibiting possibly the last of Das’ works — two figurative sculptures created last week — in an exhibition later this month featuring his work alongside other members of the Society of Contemporary Artists of which Das was a founding member “He was not apprehensive of taking risks and always encouraged others in the group to experiment In his recent works he moved towards minimalism focussing on white” says Aditya Basak artist and member of the Society Born into a middle class family Das’ father was a businessman Interested in art as a child he initially joined a local art school and later graduated from Government College of Art & Craft in Kolkata While he canvassed for gender equality — basing several of his works on the exploitation of women and the need for emancipation — he is best known for his deft depiction of bulls and horses “I must have done 7000 horses between 1950 to 60” noted the artist on his website It was while on a French art scholarship at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts in the 1960s that he travelled to Spain for a few months and reportedly developed a passion for horses and bulls Back in India he frequented the stable of Kolkata’s Mounted Police where he often observed and sketched horses “He was a genuine and warm person With a career spanning over five decades no one could beat him with horses and bulls he was the number one A thorough draughtsman he was extremely good with drawings Unfortunately he did not get his due” says Ashish Anand director of Delhi Art Gallery that organised a retrospective of his works in 2005-2006 Kolkata-based artist Samindranath Majumdar recalls him as an inspiration for the younger generation “He was one of the most important artists of our time who had the power to embrace several styles from abstracts to collages optical illusions to figurative One thing common between all of this was the vigour and energy with which he painted He was young at heart till the very end” notes Majumdar of the master who also worked at the Department of Handloom and Textiles Government of India Basak adds that no one left empty-handed from Das’ home “He supported younger artists guided them and also offered monetary support” Holding the distinction of being the only Indian artist to have won a National Award (the Shiromani Kala Puraskar) while still an undergraduate his works are a part of important collections world over including National Gallery of Modern Art Delhi Glenbarra Art Museum Japan and Ludwig Museum in Germany [email protected] For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 27 2009 2:41 am Related News H S Mamik DirectorVivek High School Students have to cover a large syllabus for the Board exams While schools follow the semester system up to Class IXin Class X the full syllabus has to be crammed in at once As a lot of importance is attached to the resultsthe students are put through undue stress Dr Rakesh SachdevaPrincipalDAV-15The Class X Boards should not be abolishedas they help students in deciding their chosen fields of career The exams help them prepare accordingly In order to make their foundation strong for other competitive examsthe Boards are essential Bhupinder SinghStuDentThe method of taking Board exams is totally different from the regular exams as the level of strictness is very high as compared to internal exams of the schoolswhich students treat very casually So the Board exams should not be abolished under any circumstances AnchalStuDent The Board exams should not be abolished as they prepare students mentally for the hard work that awaits them in the future The students know everything about the pattern of the Board exams and this helps them erase the phobia attached to the exams Madhu BahlPrincipalKBDAV SchoolSector 7 These exams prepare students for competition that they have to face in the future by inculcating the habit of studying The paper pattern has changed now to make the Boards highly scoringthereby reducing the stress on students The schools prepare them well to handle the exams Rupak SharmaStuDent The Board exams are important as they inculcate the spirit of hard work The level of competition in education is rising by the day and Class X is the base to prepare them for future competition Through these examsa student comes to know where he or she stands Radhika StuDentThe Board exams make students aware about where they stand academically We can judge our capabilities in a better way; the Boards set the course for the future For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by ANI | Washington | Published: March 31 2010 11:25 am Related News Michelle McGeethe first women to come out in open about her affair with Sandra Bullock’s husband Jesse Jamesnow thinks that he is a snake,s a snake now. are major and both are well qualified to understand the consequences of seeking divorce. The court regretted “what was a mere disturbance once has now become a disorder,” says Mayer. Juxtaposing ideas is what Mayer likes best. many railway passengers in Pune took to social media to raise an alarm. A case of kidnapping was registered and 15 teams were formed to trace the woman, West Bengal and Odisha have even refused to record farmer suicides and now under-report.

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