When the new government is picking pace, the sakes of investment and economy raise on the cards a sense for the art investments is running in all minds. Focusing this Creativity Art Gallery is showcasing their best refined artists with the show Winds of Change for the correct investment for modern enthusiast collectors. The separation of modern and contemporary in an in vain topic to discuss but all we require is exact direction to stream the investment in exact direction. The exhibition will include best and fresh collection of popular artists like, Binoy Verghse, Geroge Martin PJ, Farhad Hussain, Jagdish Chinthala, Chandra Bhattacharya and Tejinder kanda. The show is confined to promote high end paintings in affordable price ranges. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Discussing this aspect gallery is launching this marvellous show with plenty of collections by these discussed artists. ‘The gallery earned fantabulous response in last India Art Fair and following that this was the most awaited concept’ says curator Debabrota Das. The gallery also mentions that the wind of buying only modern artists work was well in form till last month but with these new political changes the economy and scopes of every sector is well expected, and following this only the show is entitled as Winds of Change. The participating artists are – Binoy Verghse, Chandra Bhattacharya, Farhad Hussain, Jagdish Chinthala, Tejinder Kanda.Where: Creativity Art Gallery, 29, GF, Hauz Khas Village Where: 18 to 30 May Timings: 10:30 am – 7:30Pm
WhatsApp Late night shootings open death investigations in Goshen and South Bend Twitter Previous articleAmish Acres to re-open as “The Barns at Nappanee”Next articleBond set for Boys & Girls Club site leader after alleged assault Carl Stutsman Facebook By Carl Stutsman – March 4, 2020 0 535 WhatsApp IndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market (“police line do not cross” by Heather, CC BY 2.0) While investigating the shooting on 9th Street late Tuesday night, March 3, police in Goshen say they received a call from someone that saw several people load another person into a truck and drive away. Shortly after that they were called to the hospital for a man with gunshot wounds. Jordan Garcia, 26, of Goshen died at the hospital.In South Bend the 19-year-old man who died was still alive when police arrived, but Alan Diaz of South Bend was not able to recover from a gunshot wound as he was rushed to the hospital. Shots were fired somewhere in the 1600 block of North Elmer around midnight, but circumstances that led to the gunfire remain unknown.Anyone with information about the shooting should call police or Michiana Crime Stoppers. Pinterest Pinterest Google+ Twitter Google+ Facebook
Image via: mobile-cuisine.comPolice Public Relations Officer, Sergeant Kenth Matthew has confirmed that armed robbers accosted an employee of APP Electricals in Portsmouth on Thursday.Dominica Vibes News reported on Thursday that “an employee of APP Electronics was robbed while on his way to make a deposit at the National Bank of Dominica’s Portsmouth branch on Thursday afternoon” as at that time details of the robbery were sketchy.Sergeant Matthew has confirmed told Dominica Vibes News that Bernard Bynoe, an employee on APP was intercepted by two armed masked men yesterday afternoon.“At 4:35pm on Thursday 1st December, 2011 two unidentified masked men with knives intercepted and robbed Bernard Bynoe an adult male of Glanvillia and an employee of APP Electricals in Portsmouth. He was robbed of a bag containing an undisclosed sum of money belonging to that establishment as he travelled by bicycle along the Indian River Bridge on his way to the National Bank of Dominica’s branch in Portsmouth.”According to Sergeant Matthew the robbers rushed on him, caught the bag which is believed to have been hanging from the bicycle and made good their escape. He also confirmed that Bynoe was not physically harmed.APP Electricals Portsmouth branch declined when contacted for information regarding the incident.Dominica Vibes News LocalNews UPDATE: Armed robbers strike again in Portsmouth by: – December 1, 2011 Share Tweet Share Sharing is caring! Share 28 Views one comment
He says that following the failed attempt to abduct him as well last year a similar attempt may be made again. (Colombo Gazette)Report by Indika Sri Aravinda His brother had been abducted last February and has not been heard of since while there was also an attempt to abduct him last year. Udaya Shantha says he fears his brother may have been killed after being abducted last year. The Chairman of the Kolonnawa Urban Council Raveendra Udaya Shantha says his life is under threat and he hopes to reveal more information regarding the threats.Udaya Shantha says on several occasions he had requested for security from the government but had been provided security only for his house and office and not when he moves around.