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Some employees even reported that the lights motivated them to finish their work faster.” For all the latest Chandigarh News, has drafted a relatively inexpensive project for the adoption and foster care of street children.gagged Jain and assaulted him on the head before fleeing with the valuables, he added Jains wife found him tied up and raised an alarm Following the murderthe traders of the area approached the Mumbai police with their safety concerns Officials said despite the police urging shop ownersespecially those owning jewellery shops to install CCTVsJains office did not have any Sheikh alias Papa has cheating and preparation to dacoity cases registered against him in Manikpur and Vasai police stations Shetty was out on bail in an MRA Marg murder case Mohammed Azim Sheikh had cases of attempt to murder against him in Nagpada and JJ Marg police stations For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Reuters | Los Angeles | Published: December 3 2009 11:32 am Related News R&B singer Beyonce led the field of Grammy contenders with 10 nominations on Wednesdayclosely followed by teen country sensation Taylor Swift with eightand both will compete for coveted album of the year Hip-hop band Black Eyed PeasR&B singer Maxwell — making a return to the music business after an eight-year absence — and rapper Kanye West each earned six nods In a list that reflected youth and a drop-off of veteran super groups like U2glam singer Lady Gaga and rapper Jay-Z each earned five Grammy nods apiece Swift19whose “Fearless” album is the biggest seller in the United States in 2009will compete with Beyonce for album of the year along with the Black Eyed PeasDave Matthews Band and Lady Gagawho has gone from obscurity to worldwide fame this year with her debut album “The Fame” Both Swifta big winner at the Country Music Association and American Music Awards last monthand Beyonce were also nominated for two other key Grammys — record of the year and song of the year “Taylor is a phenomenon in entertainment” Neil Portnowpresident of the Recording Academy told reporters “She has really struck a chord with people I am not surprised” at the number of nominations Swift has never won a Grammywhile Beyonce is a 10-time winner in her solo career and her earlier turn in the trio Destiny’s Child Her latest solo album “I Am…Sasha Fierce” produced the hit singles “Halo” and “Single Ladies” The six nominations for multi-ethnic Los Angeles band Black Eyed Peas followed their chart-topping album “THE END”whose singles “Boom Boom Pow” and then “I Gotta Feeling” enjoyed a record-breaking 26-week run in the US charts DYLAN STILL DOES IT Veteran Bob Dylan68was nominated for best Americana album for “Together Through Life” and best solo rock performance for his “Beyond Here Lies Nothin’” album which debuted at No1 in the US album charts in May U2whose latest album “No Line on the Horizon” was given a huge promotional push earlier this yearwon Grammy nominations for best rock album and best rock song but were shut out of the most prized categories The best new artist category was an eclectic mix of British rock duo The Ting Tingscountry artists the Zac Brown BandAmerican alternative rockers Silversun Pickupsrock duo MGMT (formerly known as The Management) and singer Keri Hilson Winners in all categories of the 52nd annual event will be announced at a televised awards ceremony on Jan 31 The Grammys are determined by about 16000 voting members of the Recording Academywhose choices are guided by artistic merit rather than commercial appeal For the second yearkey nominations were read out during a one-hour concert broadcast on CBS Teen idol Nick Jonas of the Jonas Brothers made his solo debut and Maxwell paid tribute to Michael Jackson with a performance of the late singer’s 1980s hit “The Lady in My Life” In the pastcontenders were named at an early morning news conference The new strategy is part of a bid to boost awareness of the Grammys as the record business endures a decade-long tailspin Album sales so far this year are down about 13 percent from the same period of 2008 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mihika Basu | New Delhi | Published: June 29 2014 1:00 am The Mehrangir is shut to visitors |Source: Pradip Das Related News The house watched over by tall trees stands in the silence of a summer morning on Malabar Hill Mumbai From its padlocked gates is visible the peeling plaster but also the profusion of its garden the many tints of green shading into the pink and white of flowers The long windows are shut and the Juliet balconies empty Here once lived Dr Homi J Bhabha the architect of India’s nuclear power programme with his parents brother Jamshed and his dog Cupid If walls could speak — and bare walls are all that remain of a thing of great elegance and beauty—they would tell of a house that came alive with people conversations and music its spirit warmed by the glow of a great mind Mehrangir as the house on 12 Little Gibbs Road was called was sold earlier this month for Rs 372 crore by the National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA) despite demands from scientists to turn it into a museum (Jamshed became a custodian of the house after Bhabha’s death and willed it to NCPA) Towards the end of 2011 the NCPA had gone ahead and auctioned the contents of the house from silverware to carpets furniture and paintings from the Bhabhas’ enviable art collection Those pushing to preserve it as a memorial argue the four-storied bungalow built on a 159329 square metre plot amounts to more than its considerable real estate price “Mathematician and astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus’s house in Torun Poland has been preserved as a museum where visitors get acquainted with his life and work and get inspired We should have done the same thing for Bhabha’s house Memorials and associated museums of great scientists and leaders do inspire young students and others” says Dr Govind Swarup a pioneer of radio astronomy and a honorary fellow of the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) who joined the institute on Bhabha’s request in 1963 That wish might yet come true The central government told the Bombay High Court on June 23 that it has sought the Maharashtra government’s intervention to declare it a “protected monument” Dr Homi Bhabha at his desk at home Courtesy: TIFR archive Homi Bhabha grew up in Mehrangir Theirs was a wealthy Parsi home where the language spoken was largely English and where music and art were a part of everyday life His father Jehangir Hormusji Bhabha was a well-known lawyer and his mother Meherbai was the granddaughter of philanthropist Sir Dinshaw Petit Bhabha went to the Cathedral and John Connon School in Bombay where he learnt Latin and French developed a great fondness for the poetry of Shelley and discovered his deep interest in science He left to study mathematics at Cambridge in 1927 and went on to complete his doctorate in nuclear physics In 1939 he returned to India for a brief holiday when the Second World War broke out He never went back choosing to stay on in his country and built its nuclear research programme from scratch From 1946 till his death in 1966 in a plane crash he lived in the house on Little Gibbs Road In their 2010 book on the great scientist A Masterful Spirit authors Indira Chowdhury and Ananya Dasgupta write about how central the house was to Bhabha’s life “He grew up and lived to the end with his loving mother Meherbai (his father had passed away earlier) on the upper floor of the family mansion An avid gardener as well he was an expert on trees plants and flowers and experimented with exotic plants cross-bred bougainvillea and roses on his terrace garden…In his letters to his family as well as in his talks with his intimate friends he referred with gratitude to the close bonds of affection and understanding that knit together the members of his family and to which he attributed a sense of emotional security in his early years” they wrote Bhabha’s favoured place was a vast room on the top floor of the house with a spectacular view of the sea A room that belonged as much to the artist and the lover of music as to the man of science “Glass from floor to ceiling let in a breathtaking panoramic view of the Arabian Sea At the far end an alcove served as a bedroom; on the right was a writing desk behind which was his own painting inspired by Mozart’s Aria nearby was a draughts-board with sketches on it On the opposite side was a recess with a music stand manuscripts and a violin ready to be played; close by there was an easel palettes and brushes for painting The room lead out onto a spacious terrace filled with botanical specimens from all over the world Homi seldom returned from an overseas visit without samples of rare plants and herbs and never without a bottle of perfume which his mother treasured (A Masterful Spirit)” In Homi Bhabha as Artist (1968) Jamshed wrote that “there was hardly a single free evening at home when Homi would not be listening to music after dinner and before taking up again his mathematical work till late at night” A mural by MF Husain at TIFR commissioned by the scientist | Source: Amit Chakravarty Chowdhury who is responsible for setting up the TIFR archives but is no longer with the institute visited the house in 2011 when its contents were being auctioned off “It was quite sad As I walked through the house and saw the contents the rare pieces I realised it was a treasure trove and each piece could be used to tell a story” She recalls older generations of scientists speaking about being entertained by Bhabha on the top floor “While he was very much part of the elite social set in Bombay he wouldn’t necessarily bow down to the wishes of the wealthy N B Prasad who had worked with Bhabha at the Atomic Energy Establishment told me that when he hosted a private dinner for the Queen of England at his place he chose only to invite his professional colleagues and not the wealthy or powerful of Bombay He was approachable but if you were not at his intellectual level you would probably not be part of a casual conversation with him” she says Homi Bhabha’s greatest legacy is perhaps the institutions he created: places where science and art were joined in harmony The TIFR was born in the Cosmic Ray Unit of the Indian Institute of Science Bangalore in June 1945 and shifted to its permanent location overlooking the Arabian Sea at Colaba in 1962 In a letter to the then Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru Bhabha wrote about the great beauty that was integral to his visions on institution-building “I think both Trombay (which later became BARC) and TIFR will be architecturally and botanically beautiful when they are completed” A sculpture from the TIFR art collection Architect Rustam BJ Patel calls Trombay his “monumental vision” a “dream of a Versailles among the research centres of the world” Patel says that in the layout and planning of the parks and gardens in which the laboratories of BARC were placed Bhabha drew heavily from “old masters” like the 17th century French landscape architect Andre Le Notre “emulating” in principle what they had done but “seeking always the new” While describing his visit to Bhabha’s home in 1954 German artist Rudi Von Leyden wrote about the grand imagination that was shaping Trombay: “Near his desk stood an enormous drawing board with huge printed plans pinned to it It appeared that they were the first layout for the afforestation scheme and suggested gardens at Trombay He spent many hours at night poring over these plans trying to visualise in his mind’s eye the setting of this new city which he has founded and built mostly below the flanks of Trombay hill. 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