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"After turn one I thought I was finished.I thought it was all over" Rosberg seemed to imply it was his fellow German Vettel who had been at fault in the first corner melee which also involved Max Verstappen "I just got T-boned by a four-time world champion out of control" said Rosberg who was delighted to finish third behind the Red Bulls of Daniel Ricciardo and Verstappen "Of course I’m happy with the comeback To get all the way back on the podium I definitely didn’t think that was going to be possible" said the German "In general I wished for a better day but that is how it is sometimes" Rosberg and Hamilton have rarely seen eye-to-eye this season the teammates’ bitter rivalry boiling over when they crashed into each other at the Spanish Grand Prix which Verstappen won The angry Englishman even hinted after the race that the German team were favouring Rosberg’s side of the garage But Rosberg had some sympathy for his teammate "For Lewis I’ve been in his position I know how terrible it is in that moment so I’m sure he’s totally gutted" he told reporters By: Indo-Asian News Service | New Delhi | Published: July 11 2015 10:06 pm Singer Sona Mohapatra who is not only famous for tracks like “Ambarsariya” and “Bedardi Raja” but also for her energetic stage performances says she loves to perform on stage and there is nothing else that fuels her like a live audience Top News Singer Sona Mohapatra who is not only famous for tracks like “Ambarsariya” and “Bedardi Raja” but also for her energetic stage performances says she loves to perform on stage and there is nothing else that fuels her like a live audience “A live audience fuels me like nothing else and I really live to be on stage It is as important as oxygen It’s a very emotional thing to be on stage and to make people happy and to get them to give you that love in return It’s like the most incredible high you don’t have to ever drink alcohol if you can go on stage” Mohapatra told IANS And she says she doesn’t consider her as just a singer but a storyteller “I don’t see myself as a mere singer I never have I see myself as a storyteller I will always interpret a song and tell a story I will find an emotion a mood and a whole colour palette in which to say it in” she quipped Share This Article Related Article Mohapatra who also appeared in Aamir Khan’s talk show “Satyamev Jayate” as a lead singer and performer said her roots lie with classical and folk music and she has a deep connection with that kind of music Asked if she is close to classical and folk music she said: “Absolutely that’s where my roots are that’s the kind of music that I like While growing up I barely listened to any English music Thumri was the genre that I loved the most Folk music made me dance more that anything “It’s a deep rooted love for these forms yet I’m someone who loves dance music too like electronica in the right space is amazing” Mohapatra who launched the first track “Neher vale pul” of her new album “Punjab Project – Volume 1” on Thursday said the new album will introduce the old legends of Punjabi music to the new generation “There is a whole lot of music and poetry to be explored in Punjab The Punjab Project is about paying a tribute to that and yet we’re taking a risk in saying that we want to put it in a electronica sounsdscape to reach out to a brand new audience to let the new generation discover those legends and try and do something from our side and innovate” she said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Aniruddha Ghosal | Kolkata | Published: December 26 2015 12:20 am Related News BY NOVEMBER 30 the entire process pertaining to the physical exchange of residents living in the Indo-Bangladesh enclaves was to be completed However 11 families have chosen to stay back in Bangladesh refusing to come to the camps at Cooch Behar district in Bengal While the district administration maintained it didn’t know the reason behind the decision sources claimed inadequate facilities and issues related to the land they owned in Bangladesh made the residents change their mind According to the Union Ministry of External Affairs following the signing of the Land Boundary Agreement between the two neighbours while all 4863 residents of Bangladeshi enclaves in India opted for Indian nationality 989 people — among a total of 38521 residents of erstwhile Indian enclaves in Bangladesh — had decided to cross over to India But out of these 989 people only 920 had arrived at the three camps set up at Dinhata Mekhliganj and Haldibari as of November 30 According to residents of the camps those who had not come were primarily residents of villages at Nazirganj and Daikatha A resident of Nazirganj village — a former Indian enclave in Bangladesh — said: “It is not easy to uproot your entire family We faced problems because nothing was sure or secure in an enclave I cannot move without either selling my land or at least receiving adequate compensation for my land I have written to the high commission regarding the matter” Jay Prakash a resident of Mekhliganj camp added: “It is not a question of religion Hindus and Muslims have stayed back Most people have come but those who have not are worried about their land I am also from Nazirganj village and there are people I know who did not want to leave their thriving businesses and come here especially when they realised that at least for sometime they won’t be cultivating their own land” Deeptiman Sengupta convener of Citizen Rights Coordination Committee said one of the main reasons for families deciding to not come to India was the land they owned in Bangladesh “Many residents are finding it difficult to sell their land They were not allowed to sell or buy land till November 30… but even after that the land revenue department didn’t start survey work As a result some land in the erstwhile enclave of Krishnapur in Tufanganj sub-division have already been illegally occupied” he added “Many families have large chunks of land some as large 20 bighas These families don’t want to move to India and live in a small camp with no resources to their name They are established cultivators in Bangladesh and would rather stay behind The problem is that very little homework went into the actual process of physical exchange of enclave dwellers” he alleged While the district administration maintained that issues pertaining to land ownership in what is now Bangladeshi territory must be solved by the Ministry of External Affairs and the Bangladesh government officials could not comment on why people had chosen not come to the camps in India “A lot of work is being done All families have been issued MGNREGA job cards and the children are going to school Soon we will begin giving them ration so that they can cook their own meals But regarding those who chose to not come we can’t comment as we don’t know what reasons they have given to the high commission for staying back” said Cooch Behar District Magistrate P Ulganathan For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ghaziabad | Published: August 22 2012 1:14 am Related News One person was arrested for allegedly shooting at a doctor during a carjacking attempt on National Highway 24 on Tuesday The arrested man has been identified as Sunila resident of Bulandshahar Two others are on the run The doctorDev Rath (38)a resident professor at Banke Bihari Medical College in Ghaziabadsuffered gunshot wounds to the stomach and is currently in hospital His condition is said to be stable Police said the incident took place around 330 pm on Tuesdayas Rath was returning to his residence in Shastri Nagar On the highwaynear Dasna Jailthree persons in a Hyundai i10 overtook Raths Maruti Suzuki Dzire and forced him to stop They then tried to snatch the keys of the carafter which a scuffle ensued One of the robbers took out a pistol and shot the victim 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