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Ironically,25 cr, Ramya Krishnan and Saurabh Shukla, Fame, Industrial Area, Their album,Stitched is also inspired by music from the 60s to the 90ssays Shah”This is the music we have grown up with and you’ll find a hint of everything you heard from the 70s and the 90s in our songs” Very recentlyHigh Spiritsin Punehosted a tribute to the British invasion periodwhere four independent musicians – Ananda SenRohan GanguliKristofor Paul Mendonca and Pradeep Mathews- performed songs by The Rolling StonesThe WhoThe Kinks and the Beatles Even Pune-based bandRLA or Retro-Legendary Act mostly performs covers of bands like Pink FloydDeep Purple and Led Zepplin Mathews and Mendonca are members of a Mumbai based bandThe Mavyns – a pop-rock groupinfluenced by artists from the 60ssuch as the Beatles “British rock comes along with a certain arrogance and attitude that fascinates artists like us Their music was complex but well-composed and reminds us of our younger days when we’d listen to these songs with our parents or our friends” says Mathews British Invasion songssays Senare not restricted to older audiences which love to listen to rock from that era In facta lot of young people attend such gigs and are equally aware and appreciative of the music Todaywe have the internet and younger generations can easily access music even if it is decades old” Sen and Ganguli are part of The Supersonicsa band based in Kolkata “Back thenall band members would sit and create the songs together; that is why their music is so honest and pure Anyone can connect to their songs” says RLA guitarist Ritesh Ohol Even music channels have dedicated programmes that regularly play music from this period There are more live bands now than they were earlier and they play covers from that period and write a lot of music inspired by those songs This has kept the music alive” says Tirthankar Poddara band member who is also known by his stage name 2Blue The response to the music also depends on where you’re playing itsays Poddar; for examplein cities like MumbaiBangalore and Punewhere there is a large cosmopolitan crowdthe audience knows the songs very well and connects with the music instantly For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related News"I always wanted to represent India"Aayush Yekhande a former high school-level cricket and volleyball player – who began pursuing sports since an early age– always dreamt ofmaking hiscountry proud through his sporting excellence Coming from a middle-class family based in the Vile Parle suburb of Mumbai continuing to play sports beyondthe tenth grade level was an achievement in itself In a year that is ‘supposed to be’ dedicated to studying alone according to many Aayush struck the perfect balance between his bat and books; something that many of his fellow localites failed to even thinkabout let alone follow Aayush always wanted to represent India in any capacity Facebook After school Aayush ended up in a college of his choice where a realisation dawned upon him that contradicted with his childhood dream "I was a state level player in volleyball and I had played the sport since my primary days But I realised that my game wasn’t strong enough to take me to the national level So I had to think of an alternative" Aayush recalled He rejected the omnipresent career option of engineering almost instantly Acknowledging his love for sports his mind was made up that a career in sports was the best option for him Somewhere deep down Aayush hadn’t given up on his aspirations of representing the country in fact it was driving him towards his destiny After some research Aayush decided to become a sports physiotherapist Combining passion with hardwork Aayush graduated as one of the top students from Ferguson college in Pune "During my college days I saw some of my seniors venture into sports physiotherapy and few even got the chance to represent the country That was the point I told myself that if I work hard I could do something similar" said Aayush revisiting the moments that served as yet another trigger to his dreams Then after serving under a local physiotherapist Aayush got an opportunity to work with the ONGC (Oil and Natural Gas Corporation) football team for a couple of years He recalls his stint with the football club with a fair bit of nostalgia as it set him on his way towardsgreater heights Seeking greener pastures Aayush moved on from ONGC to Heal – a sports physiotherapy and medicine center in Mumbai It was at Heal that Aayush’s excellence earned him a chance to treat India’s Olympic-aspiring boxer Vikas Krishan Yadav "Vikas was preparing for the 2015 World Championships when JSW Sports one of the investors in Heal selected me to treat Vikas who had sustained an elbow injury I had to go to Patiala for three days for the treatment and then come back" Aayush told Firstpost in an exclusive interview "When I was about to leave Patiala JSW asked me to provide treatment to Seema Punia who was also training at the National Institute of Sports there She was sponsored by JSW Sports At that time she had been away from the game for over a month and had quite a bad shoulder injury" he added Aayush’s stay in the Punjab city was extended as he continued to treat the discus thrower "I remember when I started treating her she used to make 3-4 throws per day But by the end of the month she started making around 60 throws a day" said Aayush as he narrated the miraculous tale of Seema Punia’s recovery For Aayush though it was the beginning of something big There were challenges at every moment and lots of tears blood and sweat was shed Aayush who by October had became a permanent physio at the Patiala center had nine athletes under him "Since October I was in Patiala where I had boxers athletes a javelin thrower and a discus thrower under me My day used to start at 5:30 in the morning and go on till about 10 in the night There was a breather of around an hour in between" Aayush recalled Aayush’s job wasn’t just to nurse an injury but everything from fitness to strength and conditioning was his responsibility He recalls being in constant conversation with the different coaches of the athletes in drawing the path ahead for them Amid the boxing mess India just had one boxer who had qualified for the 2016 Rio Olympics six months priorto the event Vikas Krishan Yadav India’s top pugilist in the 75kg category was struggling to maintain intensity during his bouts thus keeping him away from a berth in the Rio Olympics "Vikas lacked strength in his legs and due to that his movement in the third round was restricted He solely relied on power and accuracy and that was a problem We worked very hard on building his leg strength up before the final qualifying event for Rio Olympics and that paid dividends" Aayush revealed Vikas Krishan Yadav did book an Olympic berth in the World Qualifying event in June and it was a moment to savour for Aayush as he accomplished his dream of representing his country at a major event Today he proudly shares a post after Vikas Krishan Yadav – who he helped to reach Rio – won his opening bout at the 2016 Olympics Congratulations #vikaskrishanyadav on your win against USA #Allthebest for the next bout #Rio2016 #RuknaNahiHai A photo posted by Aayush Yekhande (@aayushyekhande) on Aug 9 2016 at 2:59pm PDT What shines through in that post is the Indian flag on Aayush’s tracksuit He never expected this day to come as a child but at the same time never gave up on it as well Aayush considers himself lucky to be a part of the staff that worked behind the scenes to get the Indian boxers in shape for Rio but that was a position which was down to a lot more than just luck "I just kept doing my work everyday At the camp I treated every athlete that needed help even if that athlete wasn’t under me officially I saw it as an opportunity to learn and do something for sports I would thank JSW Sports for giving me the opportunity and my parents for supporting me throughout" Aayush told Firstpost Nothing serves a person more than following one’s passion and putting in the hardwork behind it Aayush knows it all too well His journey doesn’t end here though and there could be greater heights toscale in the future Playing a big hand in helping India win an Olympic medal could be his next big prize Written by Nandagopal Rajan | New Delhi | Updated: December 4 2017 1:16 pm Ultimate Ears Megaboom review: The best premium Bluetooth speaker you can buy right now Related News The UE Boom has been one of the more popular Bluetooth speakers over the past year or so That is quite an achievement given that this is an increasingly crowded space with more companies coming in with better products every other day This year along with the Boom 2 Ultimate Ears Megaboom is pushing the durability factor with IPX7 as well as Siri and Google Assistant integration Ultimate Ears Megaboom price in India – Rs 19999 Ultimate Ears Megaboom 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you love your music wrapped in bass you will love this even more Go ahead buy this one For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | Updated: July 13 2017 11:29 am NASA Juno spacecraft: Images of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot are officially out This enhanced-colour image of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot was created by citizen scientist Kevin Gill using data from the JunoCam imager on NASA’s Juno spacecraft Related News NASA has officially released images of Jupiter’s ‘Great Red Spot’ after its Juno spacecraft completed its July 10 flyby of the solar’s system’s largest planet These images which give a never-before seen closeup of the planet Jupiter show the Great Red Spot is a “massive crimson oval” with a cloud system over it according to NASA’s press statement Juno Mission’s images are taken by the JunoCam imager which is on board the NASA Juno spacecraft and these images were sent by the spacecraft to mission control NASA downloaded these from the spacecraft’s memory on Tuesday “For hundreds of years scientists have been observing wondering and theorizing about Jupiter’s Great Red Spot” said Scott Bolton Juno principal investigator from the Southwest Research Institute in San Antonio said in a press statement “Now we have the best pictures ever of this iconic storm It will take us some time to analyze all the data from not only JunoCam but Juno’s eight science instruments to shed some new light on the past present and future of the Great Red Spot” he added The reason Jupiter’s Great Spot is such a big deal for NASA scientists is that it storm in question has been existed for more than 350 years NASA says the storm has been monitored since the year 1830 but adds that the Great Red Spot appears to be shrinking The Great Red Spot is much much bigger than planet Earth and according to NASA this measures 10159 miles (16350 kilometers) in width In size this is 13 times as wide as Earth explains the US Space agency “I have been following the Juno mission since it launched” said Jason Major a JunoCam citizen scientist and a graphic designer from Warwick Rhode Island in NASA’s press statement “It is always exciting to see these new raw images of Jupiter as they arrive But it is even more thrilling to take the raw images and turn them into something that people can appreciate That is what I live for” Close-up of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot: This enhanced-colour image of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot was created by citizen scientist Jason Major using data from the JunoCam imager on NASA’s Juno spacecraft Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Jason Major NASA says that all of the science instruments were operational during Juno’s flyby of Jupiter’s Great Red Sport and the data collected by these is now being sent to earth NASA will examine the data and will possibly reveal more about the planet and its Great Red Spot in the future Also the next close flyby of Jupiter for Juno Spacecraft will take place on September 1 NASA revealed that as part of the flyby Juno spacecraft passed about 5600 miles (9000 kilometers) above the clouds of this iconic feature As part of the mission Juno is studying the cloud systems on Jupiter to understand more about the planet’s origins structure atmosphere and magnetosphere says NASA “These highly-anticipated images of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot are the ‘perfect storm’ of art and science With data from Voyager Galileo New Horizons Hubble and now Juno we have a better understanding of the composition and evolution of this iconic feature” said Jim Green NASA’s director of planetary science in a press statement For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsIndia is expected to have a greater say in pushing for effective action in combating terrorism and on issues relating to security when it becomes a full member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation at the annual summit of the grouping seen as a counterweight to NATO India one of the largest energy consuming countries in the world is also likely to get greater access to major gas and oil exploration projects in Central Asia once it becomes part of the SCO Many of the current members of the six-nation grouping have huge reserves of oil and natural gas The SCO summit is taking place in the Kazakhstan capital os Astana in the backdrop of a series of major terror attacks in a number of countries including Iran Britain and Afghanistan and ways to combat terrorism effectively are likely to be deliberated upon extensively by the grouping Prime Minister Narendra Modi at SCO summit 2016 Twitter/MIB_India Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the summit on Friday and he is likely to flag the issue of terrorism and the need for concerted efforts to combat it India and Pakistan will formally be admitted as members of the SCO capping a three-year-long process The SCO had set the ball rolling to make India a member of the bloc during its summit in Ufa in Russia in July 2015 when the administrative hurdles were cleared to grant membership to India and Pakistan The SCO was founded at a summit in Shanghai in 2001 by the Presidents of Russia China Kyrgyz Republic Kazakhstan Tajikistan and Uzbekistan India Iran and Pakistan were admitted as observers at the 2005 Astana Summit The Tashkent SCO Summit in June 2010 had lifted the moratorium on new membership paving the way for an expansion of the grouping India feels as SCO member it will be able to play a major role in addressing the threat of terrorism in the region India is also keen on deepening its security-related cooperation with the SCO and its Regional Anti-Terrorism Structure (RATS) which specifically deals with issues relating to security and defence "I look forward to deepening India’s association with the SCO which will help us in economic connectivity and counter-terrorism cooperation among other things" Modi said in a statement on Wednesday "Together we will harvest new opportunities for beneficial engagement and redouble efforts to address common challenges that may come in the way of realising our full potential" he added At this meeting on completion of the process India will become a full member of the SCO upon which SCO will represent over 40 percent of humanity and nearly 20 percent of the global GDP he said India has been an observer at the SCO since 2005 and has generally participated in the ministerial-level meetings of the grouping which focus mainly on security and economic cooperation in the Eurasian region Russia has been favouring permanent SCO membership for India while China pushed for the induction of Pakistan Thiruvananthapuram: Activists of a Left students union in Kerala on Wednesday posted sanitary napkins to Union financeminister Arun Jaitley as a mark of protest for imposing GST on women’s hygiene product Representational image PTI Students Federation of India (SFI) the student’s outfit of ruling CPM sent the napkins with the slogan ‘Bleed without fear Bleed without tax’ written on them The hygiene products were sent as part of a protest programme organised by the outfit in various college campuses across the state against the taxation on sanitary pads SFI central committee member Khadeejath Suhaila inaugurated the protest event here Various state and district level leaders took part in the protest organised in other parts of the state Sanitary napkins will attract Goods and Services Tax (GST) rate of 12 per cent a shade lower than 137 per cent in the previous indirect tax regimeQueen and Led Zepplin.s largest food marketing business and the country? 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