Tottenham forward Dele Alli has praised teammate Heung-Min Son as “a special talent” after the South Korean scored a beautiful curler in their 2-0 win at Leicester.Son sent a curling shot to the top left corner of the post to break the deadlock in the first half and Dele Alli’s diving header ensured Tottenham all three points at the King Power Stadium on Saturday.“We knew it wasn’t going to be easy and it’s at times like that you need someone to produce a little magic and Sonny certainly did that,” Alli told the club’s website when asked about Son’s goal.Maguire says United need to build on today’s win George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Harry Maguire wants his United teammates to build on the victory over Leicester City.During the summer, Harry Maguire was referred to as the ultimate…“It’s something he works on every day after training, that exact finish, coming in off the right and whipping it in. No-one was surprised when it went in.“It’s a special talent. A lot of players don’t have that. A lot of players are very one-footed but Sonny is someone who can do it.“It’s difficult for defenders because you don’t know which way to send him because as he showed tonight if you put him on his left foot he can hit it sometimes better than his right, so it’s difficult.”
Artists who have overcome grave odds in their lives and have learnt to express their innermost selves on canvas through Art will showcase their efforts in Different Strokes, art show on display for a fortnight at Beanstalk in Galaxy Hotel on April 1. The six participating artists are – Neelesh Ganesh, Neha Verma, Parveenjit Kainth, Sheela Sharma, Varsha Mane Kharatmal, Vivek Kumar.Neelesh is autistic with high functioning disorder known as Asperger Syndrome. He is currently pursuing drawing and painting through private institutions at present and has finished diploma in fine arts from National Institute of Fine arts. Neha cannot hear or speak, but her work says it all. Her works portrays different prospective of a women life. She has done BVA from Lucknow University and currently pursuing MVA in fine arts portrait from Lucknow University. Parveenjit is suffering from polio, but this hasn’t stopped him from moving his life. He has always been interested in ar. Taken art as a profession Parveenjit is lecturer of fine arts at College for Girls, Ludhiana. His works are bright and colorful depicting the bright side of life. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Sheela Sharma who was born in Gorakhpur (U.P.) met with a train accident at the tender age of only four years and lost both of her arms in the mishap. Sheela proved to be an excellent student and developed the faculty of holding articles with her mouth and feet which, in normal circumstances, would have found their place between her thumb and finger. She use to make geometrical diagrams, biological drawings of frogs, birds etc besides preparing her own practical file. Varsha, 33, is a trained artist, and has held art shows across India. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixShe’s also hearing impaired. Varsha’s happy, beaming smile bespeaks her bubbling enthusiasm and exuberance for life. But that isn’t all that makes Varsha special. A painter of extraordinary sensitivity and skill, Varsha was born deaf. Her art speaks for her, expressing all that she cannot say in words. Vivek has done MFA in Sculpture from Banaras Hindu University. He cannot speak and hear. He has received many awards in the field of Art. He has also been awarded by National Scholarship from Government of India, Ministry Of Cultural.
Kolkata: The collection of trade licence fees has reached an all time record in Howrah Municipal Corporation (HMC). There was a collection of Rs 74 lakh as trade licence fees, just on Saturday.The civic body broke its own record of collecting Rs 45 lakh in one single day. In the 2017-18 fiscal, the civic body had collected Rs 45 lakh on one single day. In the 2018-19 fiscal, the new record has been set.It may be mentioned that the civic body has taken several steps to ensure better service to the people. The condition of roads has improved and at the same time, Howrah city had received a facelift, with beautification work carried out at different places. At the same time, steps have also been taken to ensure that water recedes fast even after heavy rainfall. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Merc, 2 B’deshi bystanders killedWith the development work carried out by the civic body, the traders were also benefitted. As a result, they enthusiastically turned up to pay the fees against their trade licences.Arun Roy Chowdhury, member, Mayor-in-Council for Tax and Licence, said: “Traders are happy with the development work carried out by HMC, following the direction of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and that is the reason behind the collection. The people want more development work to be undertaken and that is the reason why they have shown interest in clearing the trade licence fees.” Also Read – Naihati: 10 councillors return to TMC from BJPIt may be mentioned that the civic authorities have now introduced the system of online renewal of trade licences. At the same time, one can also pay his or her property tax online.The huge collection of trade licence fees comes at the time when the Chief Minister had directed the civic authorities to expedite many of its projects. She had given the direction while holding the administrative review meeting in Howrah. Subsequently, the civic body has taken up several measures to ensure that all projects are completed on time.