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North Dakota,” Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate, ??? who won his seat from Muzaffarnagar in the Assembly elections,allegedand requestedanonymity Meanwhile the so-called unhygienic conditions created by the slaughter houses have turned worse as workers from the slaughter houses who would help dispose of a lot of the waste for the local authorities have been rendered jobless and so are no long available The stench along the Meerut-Hapur road turning worse is evidence enough of that Hyderabad: In order to reduce the dependence on import of defence equipment the government decided to allow foreign direct investment in defence sector Urban Development Minister M Venkaiah Naidu today said here It was "a wise" decision he said Venkaiah Naidu AFP "Government institutions alone cannot do everything Private public partnership is also the need of the hour In spite of all advanced technology and research programmes we are importing and spending a huge amount of money Keeping that in mind the Government decided to allow FDI" he said He was addressing international conference on advanced avionics at research centre Imarat missile avionics hub of DRDO here "We have achieved great strides in missile technologies But we are importing most of our other defence equipment Government wants to reduce this considerably We want to establish manufacturing facilities in India to cut imports "The government has enhanced the defence R&D budget this year and our endeavour is to have home-grown technologies in defence and we should be able to export defence equipment to other nations instead of importing" Naidu said noting that the FDI decision however raised some eyebrows "It is a wise step and one must welcome this It will also provide employment" he said Missile development was a game changer in the defence of country and RCI developed the avionic systems for all the missiles developed by DRDO he noted and stressed that RCI should increase its output and become world leader in avionics related technology "I feel it’s time we have to allow private participation also Because we have to increase production" he said Director-General of DRDO Avinash Chander said "We have to gear up to meet the pace of changes in technology "We have to meet current aspirations of the country and the academia is going to play a major role in this regard We are looking at higher weapon accuracies in future and we are also looking for wire-less connectivity in missiles" he said PTI Paris: British-Indian sculptor Anish Kapoor has sparked an uproar in France by installing a huge work he has called a "queen’s vagina" in the stately grounds of the Palace of Versailles The 60-metre (200-foot) long 10-metre (33-foot) high steel-and-rock abstract sculpture resembling a funnel in the form of an orifice is set up in the garden aimed directly at the royal chateau which attracts five million tourists a year "Dirty Corner" a Cor-Ten steel earth and mixed media monumental artwork by British contemporary artist of Indian origin Anish Kapoor is displayed in the gardens of the Chateau de Versailles in France Kapoor 61 has titled the work "Dirty Corner" It is part of an exhibition of his work in the grounds of the 17th century palace that opens on Tuesday and runs until November The artist who has long courted controversy told French newspaper Le Journal du Dimanche a week ago that "Dirty Corner" was meant to be blatantly sexual — and regal It was he said "the vagina of a queen who is taking power" He didn’t say which queen he had in mind but added that while the work was "ambitious" it was not so over-the-top as the scale of the opulent Versailles ‘Strong controversy’ Inside the palace itself is a smaller work — a canon that fired red wax at white walls in a symbol of phallus and ejaculation of blood Some French media outlets expressed unease at the level of provocation unleashed by Kapoor "Anish Kapoor provokes a scandal" said the website of radio station Europe 1 The conservative daily Le Figaro saw the work as an effort "to use Versailles as an object of contrast between two types of art": the contemporary style of Kapoor and the centuries-old elegance of the French court Others came running to the artist’s defence Les Inrocks a youth pop culture magazine said only a "fascist" circle of commentators was against the sculpture Not problematic says artist At a media conference on Friday the artist seemed to step away from his description of the work on the lawns of Versailles as "the queen’s vagina" "I don’t remember saying it" Kapoor told reporters but admitted that he had used the word vaginas to describe parts of the exhibition In any case he said "I don’t see why it’s problematic" sexual organs being universal "The point is to create a dialogue between these great gardens and the sculptures" he said The French official in charge of Versailles Catherine Pegard said that what was of interest to Kapoor was "the hidden chaos" of the gardens designed by Andre Le Notre the 17th century landscape architect who designed its strict lines The man in charge of the exhibition Alfred Pacquement said the gardens formed a contrasting background for Kapoor’s work "The dark cavity is an ever-present theme in Kapoor’s work" Pacquement said "He brings out contradiction with perspective upending its (the garden’s) order" while taking into account the large scale of Versailles Kapoor’s exhibition is one of the most complex at Versailles since the authorities in 2008 opened the palace and its grounds to contemporary artists In 2008 Versailles hosted works by the American artist Jeff Koons and in 2010 by Japanese artist Takashi Murakami AFP ???Jan 17 2018Load More ??? ?????? 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