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We are yet to issue a work order. We will issue the work order after the laboratory has the necessary infrastructure for conducting dengue tests. For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Debesh Banerjee | Published: July 2 2015 12:00 am A still from Lifelines Related News As a 20-something working in a small computer parts shop in Delhi Makar Singh would often feel homesick Leaving behind his ailing father in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand Singh tried to adjust to life in the big city for four years but failed Soon after his father’s death the sole breadwinner was forced to return home to take care of his family “After my father died there was a lot of responsibility on me so I moved back” he says in a short documentary titled Lifelines which looks at Singh’s life in Ramani village The 15-minute documentary by Oxford University researcher and professor Jane Dyson throws light on the several educated and unemployed youth in Uttarakhand and how they battle for survival while aspiring for a better life Makar Singh Now Singh 32 is married with a family of three (two daughters and a son) and lives in his village tucked away in the Himalayan foothills doing odd jobs such as farming teaching and counselling other villagers “The film evolved from two angles: I was keen on working with the villagers in telling their story I wanted to do something that would give them centre stage And secondly Singh is very active and passionate about people from his village” says Dyson whose film was in the official selection at Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival and Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival in December 2014 and this February respectively Share This Article Related Article While the film has had limited screenings in film festivals Dyson has been using it for educational purposes Over the past few months she has been working closely with academicians teachers from senior secondary schools and universities in the UK to incorporate it as an “additional resource” in their geography curriculum “One of the topics in geography is ‘extreme mountain environments’ The topic also deals with human and cultural environment looks at weather farming and agricultural practices so there is a lot of scope for this film to be used” says the 41-year-old The film is part of a three-nation (Sri Lanka Nepal and India) anthropological and socio-cultural project called “Alchemists of the Revolution” being funded by the Economic and Social Research Council UK which looks at the problem of youth unemployment and underemployment in the State “This is a common problem even in the UK The film is aimed at getting the message out there and is meant for everyone not just academicians” she says Shot in April last year the film provides a glimpse into Singh’s lifestyle as he ploughs the fields during the day teaches English and social studies in a school in the afternoon relocates homes twice-a-year due to weather conditions and pursues his MA through correspondence Filmmaker Jane Dyson Dyson’s interest in Uttarakhand is more than a decade old when she first came to Chamoli in 2003 for researching material for a doctorate in Human Geography “I wanted to look at the role of children in conservation and agriculture I had heard about the Chipko movement in Chamoli and how the locals were managing forest resources But people were talking more about adults and the role of women and not the role of children in this movement” says Dyson who has previously worked in West Guinea Zimbabwe and Senegal on the role of children in conservation Dyson first met Singh when he was 20 while pursuing her doctoral project From 2011 she has made regular visits to the village to meet young educated and unemployed villagers like Singh As she continues with her research project the filmmaker will be screening the documentary at the New Zealand Mountain Film festival this week “This is my first film and I am not looking at myself as a filmmaker I am still an academician and this was really a fantastic way to do something different” she says For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMelbourne | Published: January 24 2014 7:28 pm Italy’s Sara Errani right and Roberta Vinci hold the championship trophy after defeating Russia’s Ekaterina Makarova and Elena Vesnina in their women’s doubles final (AP) Related News Top seeds Sara Errani and Roberta Vinci of Italy produced a great escape on Friday as they beat Russia’s Ekaterina Makarova and Elena Vesnina 6-4 3-6 7-5 to retain the Australian Open women’s doubles title The Russian third seeds led 5-2 in the decider before Errani and Vinci roared back to clinch their fourth grand slam title and retain their world number one ranking Victory for Makarova and Vesnina would have lifted them to top spot and when they broke twice to lead 5-2 in the final set they looked set for the title But the Italians stayed strong and won five straight games clinching victory on their second match point when Vinci fired a forehand return winner down the line For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News “The most important thing for a leader is to reach out to people so that the people are able to identify with him. The first day of the match saw only 11. LeBlanc says,850 liters of the chemical to the gulf over the past month.” he said.I came down the staircase and later was moved to a nearby hospital. what is the action that Prime Minister would ask his counterpart in Pakistan to take, full power has to be there.

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