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We would like to thank our mentors Zakir Khan, Related News In the first-ever conviction in the Vyapam scam in Indore, Related News TV personality Katie Price pities her husband Kieran Hayler after she caught him cheating on her with their children’s nanny.“I’m just shocked Kieran is absolutely devastated I’m like ‘Well you’re devastated but you’ve done this to me’ But he doesn’t want to lose me He does need help he does have an addiction” the former model 39 said during a session on Tuesday reports femalefirstcouk “I love him… There’s no future for us at the moment he needs to get help I do feel sorry for him because he does need help” she added Former stripper Hayler has acknowledged that he has issues that need to be resolved because he knows his behaviour is wrong but he can’t “stop himself” from cheating on his wife “I asked him what went through his head … He knows he’s got a problem because he said when it happens he gets like a faze he can’t stop it He knows it’s wrong but he 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Block the classical musicians — who were introduced in the ceremony last year — were included in the ceremony that is usually executed by musicians while marching Beating Retreat dates back to the days when troops disengaged from battle at sunset WATCH VIDEO | Jamaat-ud-Dawah Chief Hafiz Saeed Placed Under House Arrest With a host of sitars tablas and santoors playing alongside taanpuras bagpipes trumpets horns and trombones the 68th Republic Day celebrations came to an end with a unique and upbeat Beating Retreat ceremony With the camel regiment stationed on the side terraces and with the majestic Raisina Hill as the backdrop Vijay Chowk witnessed various Indian and western martial tunes Sixteen military bands eight pipes and drums bands from regimental centres eight pipes and drums bands from various battalions state police and Central Armed Police Force (CAPF) bands and the Navy and Air Force bands performed to a packed house President Pranab Mukherjee whose tenure ends later this year greeted the audience from his buggy After the President Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the three defence chiefs arrived at the venue the trademark bugle call was made This was followed by a compound quick march forward to the tune Singarh by the massed bands A Subedar J P James composition this was a departure from poet Vanshidhar Shukla’s popular Qadam Qadam badhaye ja — the regimental quick march of Subhash Chandra Bose’s Indian National Army — which has played for many years now Then came the combined Pipes and Drums bands which presented spirited marches and formations while producing intricate tunes Next was the Air Force and Naval bands whose interesting drills showcased much innovation while retaining the traditional military standards Admirals Ensignia had the drummers attempt a synchronised reverse moonwalk along with their drum sticks creating intricate drum patterns in unison But the best was saved for the last The Army military bands this year brought huge nagaras and dhols to the forefront The inclusion of folk instruments was also a new addition in a ceremony that always sticks to military drums The ceremony concluded with the sombre Abide by Me the evocative WH Monk hymn and a fixture in the Beating Retreat evening Kavi Iqbal’s Saare jahan se achha followed in Prof A Lobo’s arrangement as the bands pulled out of sight Towards the end just after the national anthem played the Rashtrapati Bhavan came alive with a thousand lights illuminating it For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Aizawl | Published: May 16 2014 3:29 pm Related News In a little-noticed assembly by-poll in Mizoram for which results were announced along with the general assembly Friday a Congress candidate has become the state’s first woman MLA since the 1987 state elections State Congress youth president Vanlalawmpuii Chawngthu 35 won the Hrangturzo by-poll with a margin of 2503 votes to retain the seat for the ruling 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will end the practice of triple talaq itself in one-and-a-half years so the government should not interfere in the matter Kalbe Sadiq also advised the Muslims against eating beef Sadiq who was in Bijnor on Tuesday to attend a programme was speaking to reporters at the residence of President of District Civil Bar Association The Shia scholar said the triple talaq system was unfair to women but it was a personal affair for the community and they would solve it themselves within one to one-and-a-half years He said the government should not interfere in it On the issue of beef consumption he said in religious books eating beef is not advised and Muslims should not have it Sadiq said if the government enacts laws banning cow slaughter and beef eating in the country the Muslims would welcome it He condemned the unlawful activities of cow vigilantes and demanded that it be stopped On the Ram temple issue he said the dispute should end now and the Hindus and the Muslims should yield some ground to each other so that a compromise could be reached He said Muslims should not insist on making a mosque at the site where the temple would be built Sadiq said Muslim leaders were responsible for the poor state of the community He said Kashmiri youths should open their eyes and understand the nefarious designs of Pakistan He said India should be united for it to become a prosperous country For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top Newsin the case of a 32-year-old woman, Even as Trai’s consultation paper would look at privacy and security of data only in the context of the telecom sector,but hospotal OPD is flooded with such patients. 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