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As we examine the various modes of constitution of the queer subjectit is time to resist this essentialising conception of a queer rights movement with a single aim While legal and constitutional changes promise a life of dignity for the queer communitythe broad framework of the queer movement will remain a site of divergent worldviews and different cultures A celebratory attitude towards difference is probably the way forward There is clearly no one-trackstraight way of thinking queerness [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: May 10 2016 8:45 am Last week pre-monsoon showers were witnessed in Marathwada and this week the central parts of the state would witness rains Rao added Related News Pune is all set to receive pre-monsoon showers in the next couple of days with the met department stating that cyclonic activity in the central parts of the state as well as the trough in Maldives are bringing in moisture to the state which would result in the showers “The trough in the Maldives and cyclonic activity in Madhya Maharashtra are bringing in convective activity and moisture-laden winds which would result in rainfall” said PCS Rao director weather central IMD Pune He said this would continue for two to three days Usually May sees such convective activity Last week pre-monsoon showers were witnessed in Marathwada and this week the central parts of the state would witness rains Rao added Share This Article Related Article With the monsoon expected to be on time Science and Technology Minister Harsh Vardhan had said in the Lok Sabha that monsoon is expected to hit Kerala by May-end or early June with forecasters predicting normal or above normal rainfall Forecasters had announced good rainfall this year as against last year If the monsoon sets in on the Kerala coast on time (between May 31 and June 2) the onset in the state should be by June 10-11 the usual onset dates for the state As per IMD’s operational Long Range Forecast (LRF) rainfall is likely to be 106 per cent of the Long Period Average (LPA) with a model error of plus-minus 5 per cent Monsoon is expected to reach South Kerala either by the end of May or in the early days of June (by May 31 plus-minus 4 days) the forecast for which would be issued on May 15 For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sadaf Modak | Mumbai | Updated: December 8 2017 4:10 am Kailash Bhalerao and his son Shubham outside Shivaji Park (Express photo) Related News TWENTYONE-year-old Shubham Bhalerao tries to find a quiet corner to read books while spending the night at Shivaji Park on the intervening night of December 5 and 6 when lakhs of people travel to the city from all over the country to pay their respects to Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar at Chaityabhoomi The second-year engineering student has been accompanying his father Kailash in setting up a book stall outside Shivaji Park for over 10 years His favourite part in the entire process remains reading the books “Whenever there is time for a break I try reading as much as I can from the books we have brought to sell especially during the night” Shubham says His father looks on and talks about his favourite books “I read and re-read everything written by Babasaheb” he says The father-son duo are among the many men and women who set up book stalls in Dadar on Mahaparinirvan Diwas Kailash came to Mumbai from Yawal in Jalgaon district over 20 years ago in search of livelihood He was the first in his family of farmers to get education Kailash says He was pursuing a Masters degree in Geography when he took up a job in an AC repair company “The company shut shop in a few years and I was looking for a job again An acquaintance suggested that I set up a book stall here on April 14 — Ambedkar Jayanti — and on December 6 —Mahaparinirvan Diwas He himself was a dealer in books and in the first year he gave me books worth around Rs 2000 to sell” recalls Kailash In the first few years Kailash says he barely made enough money But he continued as he got a sense of the kind of books people come looking for “I would initially bring in all kinds of authors I realised people seek books on Babasaheb —his work his writings and his biographies I bring a maximum of those now This year I brought books worth around Rs 50000” he says But the rain in the city due to cyclone Ockhi played a dampener “We usually come here from December 5 but this year due to the rain we could only come here on December 6 Many returned or faced losses due to damage caused to the books because of the rain and sludge all over” Kailash says Kailash also sets up book stalls on April 14 and other occasions including on days when lectures and other events are held in the city Throughout the year he helps organise marriages birthdays and other ceremonies he says Residing with his family at a Buddhavihar these are the few days when his wife two sons and a daughter come together to set up stalls at various places outside Shivaji Park “For these days it is not just about selling books or making profits I feel proud that as a follower of Babasaheb I get an opportunity to spread his thoughts through this work” Kailash says For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Alaka Sahani | Updated: June 2 2015 11:33 am Ranveer and I have a great camaraderie As actors I am happy that we got to play such diverse parts Related News Dil Dhadakne Do (DDD) is going to be your first release after Mary Kom Did you have to lose your muscles to play this rich and urban girl I had to start shooting for DDD 10 days after wrapping up the Mary Kom shoot I was very chunky then and the character of Ayesha in DDD is very feminine So I had to be on a special diet and shed my muscles fast Since I still had my biceps when DDD’s shoot started I wore dresses with sleeves during the initial scenes that we filmed Share This Article Related Article The trailer of the ABC’s show Quantico is out How did the show happen As of now I have shot only one episode whose trailer has come out I will start start shooting again in July Initially I was apprehensive of finding six months for the show But now I have found my rhythm While studying in the US I encountered racism and was called a “brownie” which is why I returned to India So I was very clear that I would want to break the barrier I told ABC that find me a part or show that has nothing to do with any stereotype They came back with scripts of 25-26 pilots Quantico was my top choice It was also their top choice for me Did you have to lobby for the show Strangely I did not have to I was offered this television show by another channel nearly two years ago while I was doing my music and had my representation in the US My hands were full then However I had a shot a reading for the show whose footage the person doing casting for ABC saw While I was shooting Gundey she pitched the idea of Quantico to me and signed a talent development deal Your titular role in Mary Kom and that of an FBI agent in Quantico seem physically very demanding Mary Kom was physically demanding but not Quantico I am not solving crimes in the show I have been framed as a terrorist and I have to absolve myself The show is more of a drama than a crime thriller In fact Prakash Jha’s Gangaajal 2 in which I play a cop would have more action The Quantico trailer starts with a sex scene Did you have any qualms about doing it It’s one shot of my knees one of the car and another of the two of us together In reality it is quite technical Today in cinema inhibition has been dropped If you say yes to a script you have to do what it requires However I don’t know where this story is headed Currently you are doing two movies with Ranveer Singh DDD and Bajirao Mastani Do you like to work with co-stars and an environment you are familiar with I believe it does not matter While I am on a film it’s like a family then I move to another But when I meet them again it is like we had never lost touch It’s the nature of the business Ranveer and I have a great camaraderie As actors I am happy that we got to play such diverse parts — from being brother and sister lovers; to mature husband and wife You entered movies at the age of 18 How have you honed your craft My job was my film school I stumbled I dusted myself and stood up again I made mistakes and then moved on It is really important to be resilient I have been an achiever I hate to fail at anything If you ask to me fix a phone I will work on it till it is fixed It’s that drive which pushes me to achieve different milestones Singing however is something I always did Going by your Twitter posts it seems a very healthy camaraderie exists among the present-day female actors There is a stereotype that when two women work together there are cat-fights while in case of two men it is bromance Such an assumption sounds sexist Are we not professionals Do we not take our job seriously I can’t speak for everyone but I have always gotten along well with everyone But yes we are not best of friends Are you not wearing the ring with a big diamond that your father gifted you It’s too heavy and big Anyway it’s too hot these days to wear any kind of jewellery For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related Newsservices headquarters,and those who administer art and culture, Kanhaiya Kumar, On her 29th birthday on July 28, and hopes that the new Modi leadership will offer part of the solution. because the Net never forgets.