On Tuesday, the High Court told the Karnataka government to keep the status quo for a few days, adding that Ganesh Chaturthi puja can be held elsewhere, instead at Idgah Maidan in Bengaluru’s Chamarajpet.
A bank headed by Indira Banerjee told Attorney General Tushar Mehta, representing the Karnataka government, to keep the status quo for a few days.
“You have the bid elsewhere. And it goes back to the higher court,” said the court, which also includes Justices AS Oka and MM Sundresh.
The bank stressed that meanwhile, both sides as of today maintain the status quo and dropped the petitions filed by Karnataka Central Muslim Association and Karnataka State Board of AUQAF against the Karnataka government.
The petitioners had applied to the High Court to challenge the Karnataka High Court order allowing Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations at Idgah Maidan in Chamarajpet of Bengaluru.
The matter was referred to a 3 judge after the “difference of opinion” between the two judges comprising Justices Hemant Gupta and Sudhanshu Dhulia.
Lead attorney Dushyant Dave, who represents one of the petitioners, said the state government wants to change the 200-year status quo.
Chief lawyer Kapil Sibal, who also appeared for the petitioner, said that it is an Idgah land and should not be used for festivals of other religions.
During the hearing, the court noted that for 200 years, no other religious activity took place on the land in question, so why not the status quo?
“For 200 years, what was not carried out, so be it,” said the bench.
The high court was informed that “the Karnataka government has allowed Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations at Idgah maidan in Bangalore for tomorrow and the day after tomorrow.”
Last week, the high court granted permission to hold Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations at Idgah Maidan in Chamarajpet of Bengaluru.
The high court had said the government can heed a call to allow the festival on the ground.
The court approved the order after the state government filed an appeal against the interim order on August 25 to maintain the status quo.
The high court modified the provisional order and allowed the state government to consider and approve the appropriate orders on the requests to use the land in question for religious and cultural activities for a limited period from August 31.
Belgian girl weds Indian man as RK Narayan’s ‘Guide’ recreated in real life
The legendary storyteller, Padma Vibhushan RK Narayan, would have been very proud if he had been alive today, because one of his great books ‘Guide’ has apparently come to life in real life.
It turns out that a 30-year-old tour guide, Ananth Raju, has married his 27-year-old Belgian girlfriend, Camille, in Hampi, Karnataka. And his love story was straight out of Narayan’s award-winning novel. The two were married on Friday according to Hindu rituals at the city’s Virupaksha temple.
बेल्जियम से आई लड़की को भारतीय से हुआ, अब गाजे-बाजे साथ हिंदू रीति से दोनों ने श शादी शादी pic.twitter.com/jUc5ApG7co— NDTV India (@ndtvindia) November 26, 2022
The two reportedly met in Hampi just before the covid pandemic hit India in 2020. When Camille visited Hampi with her family, Raju not only took her around the city and gave her history-related information, but also he also arranged for her to stay at a good hotel.
Although Camille returned to Belgium with her family after her tour ended, the two kept in touch via social media. Gradually the friendship grew and both expressed their desire for marriage to their families, which both families accepted.
Camille was unable to come to India due to Covid restrictions but once the restrictions were lifted Camille came to Hampi. And both of them got married according to Hindu rituals.
Narayan’s ‘Guide’, which was published in 1958, has a similar plot in which a tour guide falls in love with a married woman who happened to be the wife of an archaeologist. The story took numerous twists and turns until the ‘guide’ ended up as a religious preacher in a temple.
A movie was made based on the novel which was released in 1965. The hit movie had Dev Anand and Wahida Rahman in the lead roles.
Anand Mahindra awe-stricken by this 6-seater cycle, netizens hail desi jugaad
Auto baron Anand Mahindra shared a video on Twitter praising a rural youth using an EV. He showered her with praise for her inventiveness, originality, and innovation.
The young man in the video drives his friends down the highway in unison in his custom-built six-seater electric two-wheeler.
According to Mahindra, necessity is the mother of invention and this concept could find global use as a tourist “bus” in busy European tourist destinations.
According to the man in the video, it runs on electricity and can travel up to 150 km on a single charge. This car costs between Rs. 10,000 and Rs. 12,000. Furthermore, the young man claimed that the car can be charged at just Rs 10.
Sharing the video, Mahindra wrote: “With only small design inputs (cylindrical sections for the @BosePratap chassis?), this device could find global application. As a tourist ‘bus’ in the busy European tourist centers? I am always impressed by innovations in rural transport, where necessity is the mother of invention”.
With only small design inputs (cylindrical sections for the chassis @BosePratap ?) this device could find a global application. As a tourist ‘bus’ in the busy European tourist centers? I am always impressed by innovations in rural transport, where necessity is the mother of invention. pic.twitter.com/yoibxXa8mx— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) December 1, 2022
His video has received a good response with more than 826.6k views, more than 43k likes and more than 5k retweets.
Industrialist Anand Mahindra frequently tweets interesting videos on Twitter that draw the attention of netizens. He rarely misses an opportunity to praise remarkable creations, and his most recent post is no exception.
Former captain Sardar Singh’s mantra for Indian team
With less than 50 days to go until the FIH Men’s Hockey World Cup Odisha Bhubaneswar-Rourkela 2023, the anticipation of witnessing the world’s best hockey players in one of the world’s favorite hockey destinations – Odisha – only grows with each passing day. .
As the Indian team carry out their preparations to end the medal drought at the prestigious event, it is time for hockey fans to relive the memories of India’s storied World Cup campaigns.
Winner of the gold medal at the 2014 Asian Games and a silver medal at the 2014 Champions Trophy, former Indian team captain, the legendary Sardar Singh, who was a part of the 2010 and 2010 World Cup campaigns. 2014, he recalled his memories of the years. past.
Regarded as one of the biggest driving forces for the Indian team during his playing days, Sardar played his first senior men’s World Cup on home soil in 2010, in New Delhi.
Turning back the clock, Singh said: “For almost every player, playing in the World Cup is a matter of emotion, and I was very lucky that my first World Cup was in India. Playing good hockey in front of our own fans was a great feeling. We played Pakistan in our first match, and I remember the Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium was completely packed. And as soon as we lined up, the crowd went wild and immediately cheered us on, giving us a confidence boost.”
“That feeling of being supported and encouraged by the home fans when you play well in front of them is unparalleled,” Sardar said.
Sardar, a former captain who led by example, led the Indian team at the 2014 World Cup in The Hague, Netherlands. According to the former captain, the team at the time was a close-knit unit, winning medals at both the Asian Games and the Commonwealth Games.
Speaking about developing that winning habit, Singh said: “The team has to practice hard and for long periods. Look at all the great teams in the world, they’ve been playing together for a while. To win a medal, attention to detail must be paid, and the team must work together and help each other at all times.”
“When all these factors come into play correctly, and the team does well, wins a medal and then hears the national anthem while you’re on the podium, that’s a priceless feeling,” he said.
When asked about leading the team in a major tournament, Singh said: “I never thought of it that way. Yes, as a senior player, there are certain things that I had to do and also take care of the team, especially the younger players. But for me, all the players on the team count as captains. The idea was always that everyone should communicate clearly across the lines.”
The former captain has played alongside quite a few of the current Indian team and believes the team is very talented.
“The current Indian team has done well in recent years, and they are very talented, with a good structure as well. They should never be satisfied and always hunger for more,” Sardar said.
Ahead of the all-important Hockey World Cup Odisha 2023 in January, the former captain had some advice for the team.
“Once the players take the field at the next World Cup, what the player has done previously doesn’t matter. They have to work hard from the first whistle to the final whistle, and consistently on every play. The extra effort and focus will be key to performance as well as executing plans correctly. If they can do that, then the results will follow us automatically,” Sardar signed.
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