Marcel Mouloudji

Marcel Mouloudji (* 16. September 1922 in Paris; † 14. Juni 1994 ebenda) war ein französischer Schauspieler und Chansonnier, der zumeist nur unter seinem Nachnamen Mouloudji auftrat.

Mouloudji wuchs als Sohn eines Kabylen und einer Bretonin in Paris auf, wo er früh in Kontakt zur Theater- und Filmszene kam. Mit elf Jahren wirkte er in seinem ersten Film mit. Neben seiner vielfältigen künstlerischen Ausbildung von Schauspiel bis Malerei, entwickelte er schon in jungen Jahren politisches Engagement, geprägt durch seinen kommunistischen Vater. Nach ereignisreichen Jahren während des Zweiten Weltkriegs, schrieb Mouloudji, gerade 20 Jahre alt, mit „Enrico“ bereits seine Memoiren, für die er 1945 den Prix de la Pléiade erhielt.

Seine Gesangskarriere begann Mouloudji als Interpret von Boris Vian und Jacques Prévert. 1951 nahm er seine erste Schallplatte auf. 1952 und 1953 gewann er den Prix Charles-Cros und 1953 zusätzlich den Grand Prix du Disque. Gleichzeitig hatte er auch auf der Leinwand längst große Popularität erlangt. 1954 wurde er für Wir sind alle Mörder als bester ausländischer Darsteller für den British Film Academy Award nominiert.

Mouloudjis politisches Engagement führte während des Indochinakrieges zu einem ersten Rückschlag in seiner künstlerischen Karriere. Als überzeugter Pazifist hatte er Boris Vians Chanson Le déserteur in sein Programm aufgenommen und sang es am gleichen Tag, als Frankreich in der Schlacht um Điện Biên Phủ geschlagen wurde. Die Öffentlichkeit reagierte empört, und rief nach Zensur. Le déserteur wurde fortan von den Radiostationen boykottiert.

Obwohl weiterhin künstlerisch und politisch aktiv, konnte Mouloudji in den 1960er und 1970er Jahren nicht länger an seine frühen Erfolge anknüpfen. 1966 eröffnete er einen Friseursalon und widmete seine Zeit verstärkt der Malerei und dem Schreiben. Am 14. Juni 1994 starb Marcel Mouloudji. Seine letzten Pläne, die Fortführung seiner vor 50 Jahren erschienen Memoiren und ein neues Album, blieben unvollendet.

Mouloudjis Tochter Annabelle machte unter ihrem Vornamen ebenfalls eine kurze Karriere als Sängerin und Schauspielerin.

Die multikulturellen Einflüsse in seinem Leben besang er in seinem Chanson Auto-Portrait:

„Catholique par ma mère / Musulman par mon père / Un peu juif par mon fils / Bouddhiste par principe / […] Athée, oh grâce à Dieu“

„Katholik durch meine Mutter / Muselmann durch meinen Vater / Ein bisschen Jude durch meinen Sohn / Buddhist aus Prinzip […] / Atheist, oh Gott sei Dank“

Alessandro Stradella

Alessandro Stradella (født 3. april 1639 i Nepi ved Viterbo; død 25. februar 1682 i Genova) var en italiensk fiolinist, sanger og komponist.

Stradella hadde en enestående karriere som frilans komponist, han samarbeidet med framstående poeter og skrev over tre hundre verk.

Stradella ble født inn i en toskansk adelsfamilie. Han fikk sin utdannelse i Bologna og var en kjent komponist allerede i 20-års-alder.

Sammen med sin venn Carlo Ambrogio Lonati, virket Stradella ved hoffet til den abdiserte dronning Christina av Sverige i Roma, der han hovedsakelig skrev kirkemusikalske verk. Han var en fremragende sanger som opptrådte ved flere fyrstehus – også i Firenze og Venezia var han en etterspurt musiker.

Stradella levde et utsvevende og eventyrlig liv: sammen med Lonati forsøkte han å underslå midler fra den katolske kirka, og han hadde livet gjennom en rekke affærer med kvinner fra høyere sosiale lag, noe som førte til at han i tur og orden måtte flykte fra Roma, Firenze, Venezia og Torino. Etter at en sjalu turinsk adelsmann nær lyktes i å få ham myrdet, rømte Stradella tilslutt til Genova. I Genova hyret en adelsmann i Lomellini-familien en leiemorder som knivstakk Stradella til døde, sannsynligvis etter enda en affære med en elev.

Et tidsvitne, den franske legen Pierre Bourdelot, skrev om Stradellas affærer i Histoire de la musique et de ses effects… (1715), men beretningen er anekdotisk preget og sannsynligvis ikke fullstendig pålitelig. Livet til Stradella inspirerte Friedrich von Flotow til å skrive den romantiske tre-akters operaen Alessandro Stradella, uroppført i 1844.

Stradella var en svært produktiv komponist, han komponerte verk i nesten samtlige av sin tids musikkformer og overskred flere musikalske konvensjoner. Han skrev oppsiktsvekkende verk for et eller flere strykeinstrumenter og basso continuo som han kalte Simfonia, dessuten serenader, motetter, madrigaler, over 200 verdslige og kirkelige kantater, seks oratorier og åtte operaer som var svært populære i hans egen tid.

I 1674 ble Stradella og Massimiliano Neri de første komponistene som brukte betegnelsene concertino og concerto grosso om sammensetningen solofiolin og strykergruppe. Dette var sannsynligvis Stradellas mest innflytelsesrike nyskapning, og selv om han fikk stor innflytelse også på andre områder, ble han de neste årtiene overskygget av Corelli, Torelli, Vivaldi og andre som videreutviklet concerto grosso-formen. Händel gjenbrukte en del av Stradellas musikk, for eksempel i oratoriet Israel in Egypt.

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Бахчели, Девлет

1 января 1948(1948-01-01) (68 лет)

Бахче

Турция Турция

Университет Гази

Партия националистического движения (MHP)

турецкий правый национализм, пантюркизм

председатель MHP, вице-премьер в 1999-2002, депутат парламента, экономист

Девлет Бахчели (тур. Devlet Bahçeli; 1 января 1948, Бахче) — турецкий крайне правый националистический политик, с 1997 председатель Партии националистического движения, преемник Алпарслана Тюркеша. Вице-премьер в правительстве Бюлента Эджевита 1999—2002. Депутат Великого национального собрания Турции.

Родился в знатной и зажиточной сельской семье туркменского происхождения. Среднее образование получил в Стамбуле. Окончил Университет Гази в Анкаре, имеет степень доктора экономических наук. Преподавал экономику в Университете Гази.

Студентом Девлет Бахчели примкнул к Республиканской крестьянской национальной партии Алпарслана Тюркеша, впоследствии преобразованной в Партию националистического движения (MHP). Состоял в «идеалистическом очаге» — молодёжной ячейке турецких крайних националистов. Придерживался ультраправых антикоммунистических взглядов, активно участвовал в студенческом националистическом движении, руководил университетской ячейкой. При этом занимался научными исследованиями в области экономики, а также историей Турции и внешнеполитической проблематикой пантюркизма.

После военного переворота 12 сентября 1980 и запрещения политических партий Бахчели вынужден был на несколько лет прервать политическую деятельность.

С 1987 Девлет Бахчели принадлежит к руководящему кругу MHP. 6 июля 1997, вскоре после кончины Тюркеша, Бахчели был избран председателем партии. С мая 1999 по ноябрь 2002 он был вице-премьером в коалиционном «лево-правом» правительстве Бюлента Эджевита.

Занимал правительственный пост на момент визита турецкого премьера в Россию осенью 1999. В одной из публикаций по этому поводу Бахчели характеризовался как «будущее турецкой политики». Эта оценка, однако, оказалась преждевременной: ведущей политической силой Турции вскоре стала не националистическая MHP, а консервативно-исламистская Партия справедливости и развития Реджепа Тайипа Эрдогана.

Под руководством Девлета Бахчели MHP прошла заметную эволюцию. Новый лидер попытался несколько изменить прежний имидж «партии «Серых волков», приглушить этнонационалистические мотивы в пользу геополитических и социальных.

В связи с дезактуализацией коммунистической угрозы объективно снизилось значение антикоммунизма. На первый план выведены мотивы национального единства и целостности, сохранения турецкой культуры (Бахчели с большой настороженностью относится к проекту присоединения Турции к Евросоюзу), жёсткого противодействия сепаратизму, прежде всего курдскому. После захвата Абдуллы Оджалана турецкими спецслужбами в феврале 1999 Бахчели требовал для него смерти через повешение.

Турецкие националисты поддерживают Азербайджан в противостоянии с Арменией, осуждают контакты официальной Анкары с Ереваном. Бахчели и его партия резко критикуют Эрдогана (за расходную финансовую политику, внешнеполитическую оглядку на США, недостаточно решительную поддержку Арабской весны), выражают определённую симпатию движению Фетхуллаха Гюлена.

В начале 2011, в преддверии парламентских выборов, между Бахчели и Эрдоганом возникла резкая полемика, причём со стороны лидера националистов звучали откровенные угрозы в адрес премьер-министра и его партии. В ответ Эрдоган напомнил о террористической истории партии Тюркеша—Бахчели.

Девлет Бахчели: Господин Эрдоган, приходите на площадь Таксим с десятью тысячами ваших бойцов, и я приду с тысячей моих «Серых волков». Вы будете без оглядки бежать до Касымпаша.
Реджеп Тайип Эрдоган: Вы ходите с серыми волками, господин Бахчели? А я — с благородными человеческими существами. Наша молодёжь не совершала тех преступлений, которыми преисполнено ваше прошлое.

В период руководства Девлета Бахчели Партия националистического движения устойчиво занимает третье место после правящих исламистов и кемалистов-левоцентристов. Парламентские выборы 2015 укрепили позиции Партии националистического движения. Количество голосов, поданных за MHP, увеличилось почти на 2 миллиона. Партия получила поддержку 16,3 % избирателей и 80 депутатских мандатов.

Девлет Бахчели проживает в Анкаре. В отличие от большинства других турецких политиков, ведёт замкнутый и уединённый образ жизни. Он никогда не был женат, поскольку считает, что семья мешала бы его политической деятельности.

Свою жизнь Девлет Бахчели называет «прямой линией национализма», в которой «не должно быть зигзагов».

North Star, Ohio

North Star is a village in Darke County, Ohio, United States. The population was 236 at the 2010 census.

North Star was platted in 1852 along the road between Greenville and Celina, approximately midway between the two cities. Its name was derived from its location on the edge of the Great Black Swamp, as it was the northernmost point in Darke County that was not wetland.

A historic site in the village is St. Louis‘ Catholic Church. Built in 1914, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

North Star is located at (40.322103, -84.568338).

According to the United States Census Bureau, the village has a total area of 0.53 square miles (1.37 km2), all land.

As of the census of 2010, there were 236 people, 88 households, and 59 families residing in the village. The population density was 445.3 inhabitants per square mile (171.9/km2). There were 91 housing units at an average density of 171.7 per square mile (66.3/km2). The racial makeup of the village was 100.0% White.

There were 88 households of which 29.5% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 55.7% were married couples living together, 5.7% had a female householder with no husband present, 5.7% had a male householder with no wife present, and 33.0% were non-families. 28.4% of all households were made up of individuals and 11.4% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.68 and the average family size was 3.36.

The median age in the village was 37 years. 30.1% of residents were under the age of 18; 5.1% were between the ages of 18 and 24; 23.8% were from 25 to 44; 18.7% were from 45 to 64; and 22.5% were 65 years of age or older. The gender makeup of the village was 47.5% male and 52.5% female.

As of the census of 2000, there were 209 people, 77 households, and 56 families residing in the village. The population density was 401.4 people per square mile (155.2/km²). There were 80 housing units at an average density of 153.7 per square mile (59.4/km²). The racial makeup of the village was 99.52% White and 0.48% Asian.

There were 77 households out of which 29.9% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 70.1% were married couples living together, 1.3% had a female householder with no husband present, and 26.0% were non-families. 24.7% of all households were made up of individuals and 14.3% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.71 and the average family size was 3.28.

In the village the population was spread out with 28.7% under the age of 18, 4.8% from 18 to 24, 24.9% from 25 to 44, 20.6% from 45 to 64, and 21.1% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 39 years. For every 100 females there were 104.9 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 98.7 males.

The median income for a household in the village was $50,938, and the median income for a family was $57,188. Males had a median income of $35,714 versus $21,719 for females. The per capita income for the village was $17,917. None of the families and 5.4% of the population were living below the poverty line, including no under eighteens and 28.1% of those over 64.

Martin High School (Laredo, Texas)

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Raymond & Tirza Martin High School, known as Martin High School, is a secondary institution of learning located in the Laredo Independent School District in Laredo, Texas, United States. Grades 9th through 12th are taught there. It serves students living in central Laredo. The school is adjacent to the Laredo Civic Center.

Laredo High School, the first public school in Laredo, was founded downtown in 1916 at the site of the present day La Posada Hotel. In 1937, Laredo High School was moved to San Bernardo Avenue and renamed Martin High School. It was the only public high school in Laredo from 1937 until 1964, when J. W. Nixon High School opened in The Heights neighborhood.

Martin High School is well known for its band, also acknowledged as „La Banda Del Animo.“ The most popular and energetic song played by this band is their „Fight Song“. Martin High has several distinctions under its belt as their band was the first band invited from Laredo to perform at a Dallas Cowboys game and has been invited to perform at several parades around the state of Texas. Martin sports the only basketball team from Laredo ever to win a State Basketball Championship—in 1956. Several of the schools sayings are „The Pride of Laredo,“ and the most well-known is „Once A Tiger, Always A Tiger.“

One of Martin High’s most enduring teachers was Elizabeth Sorrell, who taught principally English in the Laredo Independent School District from 1931-1979. Thereafter, she launched a second career as the popular society columnist for the Laredo Morning Times.

Another faculty member, Esther Buckley (1948-2013), a 1963 graduate of Martin High School, taught for forty-two years for the Laredo Independent School District. Her last position was as an instructor at the Dr. Dennis D. Cantu Health Science Center, which functions as a magnet school within Martin High School. In 2010, she was a finalist for „Best in Texas“ Education Award by H-E-B Foods. Buckley was a member of the United States Commission on Civil Rights from 1983 until 1992, an original appointee of U.S. President Ronald W. Reagan. Buckley was also a former chairman of the Republican Party in Webb County.

Martin High School has an award-winning Crime Stoppers program under the direction of Sandra Rocha. The director for the LISD Campus Crime Stoppers Program is Estela Quintanilla. The two are Martin High School graduates.

Martin’s school colors are red and white.

Mascot: Tiger

MOTTO: Once a Tiger, Always a Tiger

The Dr. Dennis D. Cantu Health and Science Magnet School focuses on health and science education, with two career paths available. Dennis Cantu is a graduate, not of Martin High School but of J. W. Nixon High School, a practicing physician in Laredo, and a member of the Laredo Independent School Board.

Description of a Struggle

Description of a Struggle“ (German: „Beschreibung eines Kampfes“) is a short story by Franz Kafka. It contains the dialogues „Conversation with the Supplicant“ („Gespräch mit dem Beter“) and „Conversation with the Drunk“ („Gespräch mit dem Betrunkenen“)

„Description of a Struggle“ is one of Kafka’s earliest stories that was not destroyed and is usually the earliest included in collections of his work. (His oldest surviving work of fiction is „Shamefaced Lanky and Impure in Heart,“ which he wrote a few years earlier and which only survived because it was included in a letter to his friend Oskar Pollak.) Kafka began the story in 1904 at the age of 20 and worked on it on and off until 1909.

It is also notable for being the story that Kafka first showed to his friend Max Brod and which convinced Brod that Kafka should further pursue his writing. Brod liked the story so much that he mentioned Kafka as an example of „the high level reached by [today’s] German literature“ in a theatre review of his, this before Kafka had even been published. Brod eventually convinced Kafka to submit his work to Franz Blei’s literary journal Hyperion, which published a short fragment of the story in its inaugural 1908 issue. Two further chapters were published in the short-lived Hyperion‘s final issue in the spring of 1909.

„Description of a Struggle“ is one of Kafka’s longer minor works and is divided into three chapters. The first chapter is narrated by a young man attending a party and tells of his „acquaintance“ (as he is referred to in the story) that he meets there. The second chapter is the longest and is itself split into several sections. The narrator leaps onto his acquaintance’s back and rides him like a horse and imagines a landscape that responds to his every whim. He then meets an extraordinarily fat man carried on a litter who tells him the story of a „supplicant“ who prays by smashing his head into the ground. In the third chapter, the narrator returns to reality, so to speak, and continues his walk up the Laurenziberg in winter with his acquaintance.

„Description of a Struggle“ is not usually considered one of Kafka’s better works and it is often dismissed by critics turned off by its fragmentary nature and lack of polish. John Updike, in his foreword to an English language collection of Kafka’s stories calls it (along with „Wedding Preparations in the Country,“ another early story) „repellent“ containing „something of adolescent posturing“ and advises new readers of Kafka to skip them. Updike encourages readers to return to these early stories once „initiated“ with his other works.

The original version of „Description of a Struggle“ ran to 110 pages long; in 1909 Kafka attempted to completely rewrite it. This rewrite, which is only 58 pages, is the version that is known today. It is not clear if the rest was lost or if he simply never finished it. In 1910 Kafka gave the manuscript to Brod, writing „what pleases me most about the novella, dear Max, is that it’s out of the house.“ More fragments appeared in Kafka’s first book, 1913’s Meditations and the modern version of the story was assembled by Brod in 1935 after Kafka’s death.

Rich Hill (film)

Rich Hill is a 2014 American documentary film co-produced and directed by Andrew Droz Palermo and Tracy Droz Tragos. The film premiered in the competition category of U.S. Documentary Competition program at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival on January 19, 2014. It won the U.S. Grand Jury Prize: Documentary Award at the festival.

After its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, The Orchard and Independent Lens acquired distribution rights to the film. Independent Lens broadcast the film nationally on PBS, while The Orchard distributed the film in the U.S. and Canada outside of linear broadcast. The film was released on August 1, 2014 in the United States.

The film chronicles challenges, hopes, and dreams of three young residents — Andrew, Harley and Appachey — of a rural American town.

Andrew’s father has moved the family multiple times and his mother may suffer from agoraphobia. Harley lives with his grandmother in a trailer because his mother is in prison. Appachey was abandoned by his father at age 6 and lives with his mother and siblings. He chooses not to take medication for a number of conditions, including bipolar disorder, ADD, OCD, and ODD.

The film received positive response from critics. Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reports that 83% of 19 film critics have given the film a positive review, with a rating average of 8 out of 10. The site’s summary states: „As compassionate as it is infuriating, Rich Hill offers a sobering glimpse of American poverty.“ On Metacritic, which assigns a weighted mean rating out of 100 reviews from film critics, the film holds an average score of ’74‘, based on 14 reviews, indicating a ‚Generally Favorable‘ response.

Peter Debruge in his review for Variety called it „An open-hearted portrait of impoverished American life.“ Duane Byrge of The Hollywood Reporter gave the film a positive review and called it „A hard-eyed but empathetic glimpse into the hardscrabble lives of struggling Missouri folk.“ Katie Walsh from Indiewire in her review said: „A truly moving and edifying film, Rich Hill is the type of media object that could and should be put in a time capsule for future generations.“ Dan Schindel in his review for Movie Mezzanine said „[it is] A wonderful look at pubescent melancholy and rural living.“

Old Alresford

Géolocalisation sur la carte : Royaume-Uni

Géolocalisation sur la carte : Royaume-Uni

Old Alresford est un village et une paroisse civile du Hampshire, en Angleterre. Il est situé à environ 1 km au nord de la ville de New Alresford, à 12 km au nord-est de la cité de Winchester, et à 20 km au sud-ouest de la ville d’Alton.

Pendant le xviiie siècle, le club de cricket de Alresford était l’un des plus forts d’Angleterre.

En 1851, George Sumner, fils de l’évêque de Winchester Charles Richard Sumner, devient recteur du village. Son épouse Mary Sumner y lança une organisation de femmes anglicanes, la Mothers‘ Union (Union des mères) qui a maintenant essaimé dans tout le pays.

En 1986, à la suite de la clôture de l’école et du bureau de poste du village, une société dramatique fut créée à Old Alresford, The Old Alresford Dramatic Society (T.O.A.D.S.) ; son objectif était d’assurer la cohésion du village. Cette compagnie représente une pantomime chaque décembre, ainsi qu’un spectacle de printemps, en général en mai.

Monument to Christ the King

The Monument to Christ the King is a white marble structure in the grounds of Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, Karachi, Pakistan.

This monument stands overlooking one of the busiest streets of Karachi – Shahrah-e-Iraq. The idea for this 54 feet high architectural beauty emerged in 1926. It is the only structure of its kind in the city of Karachi and is popular with tourists.

Vincent Gimenez S.J. was the Parish Priest of St. Patrick’s Parish when Pope Pius IX initiated the Feast of Christ the King (celebrated on the last Sunday in October). Fr. Gimenez was the first to introduce the procession of Christ the King through the streets of Saddar Town in October 1926.

In 1927 the local branch of the Apostleship of Prayer conceived the idea of erecting a monument that would be a symbol of devotion to the Scared Heart of Jesus. The Catholics of Karachi and surrounding areas got together and formed a Board consisting of 26 members. Fr. Gimenez was the President, R.A.M D’Silva was General Secretary and C. S. Lobo was Treasurer.

In addition, 14 Catholic Associations connected with the parish and representative of the community around 80 persons also went about collecting donations, expediting the work of planning and overseeing construction.

The Monument was designed by M. X Andrade and the construction was supervised by August Rodrigues, retired Superintendent Engineer Public Works Department, Bombay. The marble for this monument was imported from Carara, Italy through Anthony Coutinho and Company. The statue of Christ the King installed high above the ground was a gift from Major Quadros of Cincinnatus Town, Karachi.

The crypt has a seating capacity for 150 people and is adorned with two murals – one of heaven and the other of hell, the work of a Mr. Vaz, a Goan artist. The crypt also houses a replica of St. Francis Xavier. The total cost of the monument was Rs.81,500.

The celebrations for the inauguration of the monument lasted for nine days. Eleven committees were formed: Congress committee, Music committee, Stage committee, Pageant committee, Procession committee, Street Decoration committee and an Accommodation committee.

After four years of planning and construction the monument was completed. On October 17, 1931 there was an investiture ceremony of the new Knight of St. Gregory the Great followed by a Passion play which was held at St. Patrick’s School. Over two hundred people took part in this play which ran for four days, to packed houses. This was the first time that microphones and loud speakers were used at a function at St. Patrick’s.

The next day a Pontifical High Mass was celebrated followed by the opening of the Congress of Catholic Action, by the Delegate Apostolic to the East Indies, Mgr. Leo P. Kierkels C.P. After a short inaugural address and the reading of the telegram sent by the Pope, the hymn to Christ the King was sung. After a short speech by the President of the Executive Board, Fr. Gimenez, the monument was blessed by Kierkels.

This ceremony was attended by a large segment of society including many non-Catholics. Church officials from this part of the world, priests and religious from all over India also joined the thousands of locals in this celebration.

During the week Masses were held at the Monument by the different organizations of the parish. Later a two mile long procession led by the band of St. Patrick’s Cadet Corps, and followed by parishioners dressed as various characters of the Bible.

Jamshed Nusserwanjee Mehta, President of the Municipal Corporation led a large section of non-Catholics in the procession. At the conclusion fireworks lit up the night sky.

The Feast of Christ the King is celebrated on the last Sunday in November, just before the start of Advent. There was an annual procession from St Patrick’s Cathedral in Saddar, known as the Christ the King Procession, in which members of the Catholic community took part; it was nearly quarter of a mile long. However, it was stopped in the mid-1960s due to congestion on the streets and some cases of harassment.

On its 80th anniversary, the monument is greatly damaged by the ravages of weather and time. Most of the bordering and pavements surrounding the monument as well as the cathedral building have been removed. The salinity in the soil had destroyed its base. Parts of it are broken and unless measures are taken to repair and save the structure it may not survive to see its century.

On September 27, 2011 a fund-raising drive was initiated to raise money to renovate the Christ the King monument. Rupees 10 million (US$115,000) is needed to save the ancient cultural heritage of the Church.

In 2012 the Archbishop Emeritus of Karachi formed a committee for the restoration and preservation of Monument. Menin Rodrigues was appointed as Project Head and Roland deSouza as the Technical Coordinator.

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