Phoenix Festival

The Phoenix Festival was set up by John Vincent Power of the Mean Fiddler Music Group in 1993 as an alternative to the established Glastonbury and Reading Festivals. It was held at Long Marston Airfield near Stratford-upon-Avon and was one of the first four-day festivals in Britain

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The first year of the festival (1993) featured headline performances by Sonic Youth, Hole, Faith No More and The Black Crowes, and included other notable acts such as Manic Street Preachers, Julian Cope, The Young Gods and House of Pain. However kate spade uk outlet 2016, the event was marred by controversy as festival goers were made to put out camp fires and turn off sound systems at midnight. These rules were in contrast to the 24-hour culture of the Glastonbury Festival, with which many of those present at Phoenix were familiar. There were even demands for refunds

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, and the festival’s reputation was marred from the outset. The enforcement of these rules by security staff led to many of the festival goers showing their displeasure in no uncertain terms. Fencing and light rigs were toppled

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, fires set and physical clashes between festival goers and security staff also occurred.
The festival never really recovered from its poor reception, and although it attracted consistently popular acts, festival goers were less than happy with the site (an old airstrip) and there were also complaints about the prices on site.
Problems with the event reached a climax in 1996 when many festival goers missed David Bowie on the Thursday night due to problems letting people on site. Having sold out that year for the first time due to the Glastonbury Festival taking its usual year off (every 5), the organisers struggled to cope with the crowds and extreme heat. Temperatures on site exceeded thirty degrees Celsius on all days. The weekend was further marred with problems with water being unavailable in parts of the site. The event was notable for the fact that the Sex Pistols headlined their first major UK festival on that weekend.
The festival continued for one more year but could never compete with its main rival, the Glastonbury Festival. The 1998 Phoenix event was cancelled due to poor ticket sales, but some acts were moved to that year’s Reading Festival.
In July 2011, Vince Power announced his intention to resurrect the festival in his introduction to the programme of the Hop Farm Festival. Power wrote: “For those of you who remember the Phoenix Festival, it’s my intention to resurrect this festival next year as Glastonbury is taking a break.”
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Sonic Youth Julian Cope The Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy Parliament-Funkadelic (No Show – House Of Pain played this slot) Hole The Fatima Mansions The God Machine Jacob’s Mouse
Faith No More House of Pain The Young Gods Björn Again Fun-Da-Mental Consolidated That Petrol Emotion New Fast Automatic Daffodils Silverfish Die Cheerleader
The Black Crowes Pop Will Eat Itself Living Colour Manic Street Preachers Yothu Yindi Helmet Mercury Rev Bad Religion Hyperhead CNN
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The Buzzcocks The Family Cat Pulp The Funking Barstewards Eat The Pooh Sticks The Hair and Skin Trading Company Energy Orchard Ringo
Billy Bragg The Men They Couldn’t Hang Martin Stephenson Red Devils Trash Can Sinatras The Fat Lady Sings Pele The Tansads Velocity Girl Nervous
The Wedding Present Thousand Yard Stare Los Lobos Ian McNabb A House Rainer Kinky Machine Molly Half Head The New Cranes
The 1994 Phoenix was held from 14 to 17 July at Long Marston, Stratford-Upon-Avon.
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The Wonder Stuff Carter USM The Fall Squeeze The Posies
Paul Weller Pop Will Eat Itself Ozric Tentacles Crash Test Dummies Gil Scott-Heron Senseless Things Urban Dance Squad The Sandals The Red Devils Jah Wobble The Goats Whiteout
Iggy Pop Ned’s Atomic Dustbin Killing Joke Buzzcocks Magnapop The Family Cat NOFX Blaggers ITA
Gary Clail On U Sound System Bim Sherman Little Axe Adrian Sherwood
The Pogues John Cale Kirsty MacColl Tom Robinson The Trash Can Sinatras David Gray The Coalporters Ben Harper
The Beautiful South The Blue Aeroplanes Terry Hall Eddi Reader The Bible My Life Story Marion Cast Thrum
Inspiral Carpets Renegade Soundwave A House Mother Earth The Grid Beat Traders A Certain Ratio Sons of Arga Youthu Yindi Terry Edwards Baby Chaos
Dodgy Astralasia
T.Rextasy Land Of Barbara Head
Spiritualized Stereolab Bark Psychosis Moonshake Golden Claw Radial Spangle ROC Drugstore Puppy Love Bomb Skunk Anansie
Back To The Planet Swervedriver Mega City Four These Animal Men Voodoo Queens Gunshot The Muddie Funksters Dub War Rub Ultra Done Lying Down Tribute To Nothing
Shellac Girls Against Boys Brick Layer Cake The Raincoats The Pastels Bailterspace Tsunami Mambo Taxi AC Acoustics
Incognito Urban Species Raw Stylus Ian & Rob
Donald Byrd Courtney Pine Greg Osby Freakpower Ian & Rob
Galliano Snowboy Fishbelly Black Vibe Tribe
Herbie Hancock Roy Ayers Courduroy D*Note Jhelisa
Frank Sidebottom John Shuttleworth Kevin Day Ian Cognito Phil Kay Martin Coyote Mike Hayley Andre Vincent Ardal O’Hanlon
Mark Thomas Jeff Green Rubber Bishops Man with Beard Sean Connery Brotherhood Alistair MacGowan Dave Spikey
Lee Evans Mark Steel Mark Hurst Lee Hurst Linda Smith Dominic Holland Hattie Hayridge
Eddie Izzard Richard Moton Attila the Stockbroker Sean Meo Simon Bligh Fred MacAulay Paul Tonkinson John Moloney Rhona Cameron
The 1995 Phoenix was held from 13 to 16 July at Long Marston, Stratford-Upon-Avon.
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Suede Bob Dylan Tricky Van Morrison The Fall The Wedding Present Chumbawamba Salad Velvet Crush
Faith No More Public Enemy Terrorvision Paradise Lost Body Count Ice-T EMF Senseless Things (no-show) Gallon Drunk Shootyz Groove Pitchshifter
Paul Weller Brand New Heavies Warren G (no-show) George Clinton & Parliament-Funkadelic The Charlatans Underworld Spearhead Credit to the Nation Marion
Bootsy Collins Prophets of da City
Aztec Camera Edwyn Collins
Spiritualized Electric Mainline The Verve The High Llamas (replaced Nitzer Ebb) Man or Astroman? AC Acoustics Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci
The Wildhearts (no-show) Biohazard Dog Eat Dog Honeycrack Shudder to Think Joyrider Schtum
Gil Scott-Heron
Galliano Normski
Guru’s Jazzmatazz MC 900 Ft. Jesus
James Taylor Quartet Jessica Lauren
The Orb
Underworld The Chemical Brothers
Eat Static
Trans-Global Underground African Headcharge
Lily Savage
Lee Evans
Mark Lamarr
Frank Sidebottom
The 1996 Phoenix Festival was held from 18 to 21 July at Long Marston, Stratford-Upon-Avon.
David Bowie The Prodigy Gene Frank Black Placebo Kenickie
Neil Young and Crazy Horse Alanis Morissette Manic Street Preachers Foo Fighters Dodgy The Wildhearts Beck The Flaming Lips Ian McNabb Fun Lovin’ Criminals
Björk Massive Attack Cypress Hill Skunk Anansie Stereolab Genius/GZA The Wannadies Guru’s Jazzmatazz Ruby Cecil
Sex Pistols Terrorvision Echobelly The Fall Marion Coolio The Cardigans Drugstore Honeycrack Linoleum
Cocteau Twins Strangelove The Young Gods The Aloof The Dirty Three Earl Brutus
Lush G Love & Special Sauce Bis Baby Bird Super Furry Animals Jonathan Richman Barenaked Ladies Dr. Robert Rare Perfume Elcka Agent Provocateur Nervous
Shed Seven Grant Lee Buffalo Heavy Stereo 60ft Dolls Catatonia Audioweb No Way Sis Collapsed Lung New Kingdom Scheer Revelino Soda
Reef Longpigs Compulsion Dub War Senser Kerbdog Holy Barbarians Baby Chaos Send No Flowers Smaller Joyrider 3 Colours Red
Leftfield Banco de Gaia Zion Train Asian Dub Foundation
Carl Cox The Prodigy CJ Bolland System 7 Hardfloor Darren Emerson Earth Nation Outer Active Alabama 3 J Pac
Grooverider Goldie Fabio Lionrock Red Snapper LTJ Bukem Spring Heel Jack Baby D Nicolette Andrew Weatherall Lamb
Ingrid Schroeder The Chemical Brothers Spooky William Orbit Slab The Aloof James Lavelle Interact
Incognito Courtney Pine Raw Stylus Earthling Big Cheese All Stars
Guru’s Jazzmatazz Corduroy Dirty Dozen Brass Band Nightmares on Wax Weldon Irvine Snowboy & The Latin Section Smith & Mighty The Brotherhood
Us3 Moloko Mother Earth Jazz Passengers feat. Debbie Harry Terry Callier Dee C Lee Jazz Co Tech Dancers Pucho & The Latin Soul Brothers Eusebe
James Taylor Quartet The Pharcyde Ben Harper Me’shell The Specials Maxwell Monday Michiru Attica Blues
The 1997 Phoenix Festival was held from 17 to 20 July at Long Marston, Stratford-Upon-Avon.
Black Grape Skunk Anansie Fun Lovin’ Criminals De La Soul Asian Dub Foundation
The Charlatans The Lightning Seeds Shed Seven Teenage Fanclub The Wannadies Beth Orton Morcheeba Hurricane#1 Sussed
Jamiroquai Gabrielle US3 ABC Olive Lamb Corduroy The Prisoners Groove Connection
David Bowie Orbital Texas Faith No More Billy Bragg 3 Colours Red Catatonia Apollo 440 Arkarna
Spiritualized Strangelove Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci Madder Rose Soul Coughing Warm Jets
Rollins Band Republica Lionrock Embrace Travis Lo Fidelity Allstars Gold Blade Smaller Broadcast Mogwai Midget Libido
Aphex Twin Sneaker Pimps 60ft Dolls Subcircus Laika The Candyskins David Devant & His Spirit Wife Linoleum Stereophonics One Inch Punch Jolt
Sinead O’Connor Shane MacGowan My Life Story Drugstore Luna Urusei Yatsura 18 Wheeler Arnold Mantaray Baby Fox London Community Gospel Choir
The Specials Afro-Celt Sound System Bhundu Boys The Radiators Otis, Ed & Ben
Red House Painters Link Wray Edward Ball Nervous Elliot Green Coade Garageland White Buffalo Dream City Film Club The Candidates The Hitchers Sintra Hank Dogs Hugger Mugger
Gallon Drunk AC Acoustics Dr Robert Dharmas Gretschen Hofner The Diggers The Smiles The Kaisers Simon Warner My Friend The Chocolate Cake Comfort Dakota Suite The Hormones Pregnant
The Saw Doctors Transglobal Underground Moodswings Dr Didg Sirenes Rev Hammer Sara Sara Mary Coughlan Duncan Sheik Jel Loot Competition Winner Baby On Board

Garrett Swasey

Garrett Preston Russell Swasey (November 16, 1971 – November 27, 2015) was an American competitive ice skater, a figure skating coach, and a police officer. As an ice dancer rabatt Puma fotballsko cleats utløp 2016, he won the 1992 U.S. junior ice dance title at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships and went on to participate twice more at the senior level 2016 Adidas fotball utstyr online. Swasey was shot and killed in the line of duty during the Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood shooting in 2015.

Swasey was born in Boston and grew up in Melrose, Massachusetts. He graduated from Melrose High School (1989) in the same class as future Melrose Mayor Robert J. Dolan.
Swasey began skating competitively as a youngster in the Boston area under coach Keith Lichtman. One of his closest childhood friends and training mates was Nancy Kerrigan Billige Nike Fotball Jerseys online 2016, who later became a two-time Olympic medalist in ladies singles. Swasey competed with three ice dance partners in his skating career.
With Christine Fowler, he first participated in the 1991 U.S. Figure Skating Championships. They placed 14th in the juniors, prompting them to seek a coaching change 2016 Adidas fotball utstyr online. In June of the same year, they moved to Colorado Springs to train with Sandy Hess, a prominent ice dance coach, and the Broadmoor Skating Club. Assisting Hess as coaches were Renée Roca and Gorsha Sur, who together would become two-time U.S. ice dance champions.
The following season, Fowler and Swasey won the junior ice dance title at the 1992 U.S. Figure Skating Championships in Orlando. They won a gold medal after they placed third in the compulsory section and advanced to first place after their original and free dances.
In 1993, Fowler and Swasey were mentioned by the Boston Globe among the Olympic hopefuls. However, at the 1993 U.S. Figure Skating Championships, their first event as seniors, they finished 15th in a field of 21. Their coaches, Roca and Sur, won the event after coming out of retirement. Swasey did not participate in the 1994 U.S. Figure Skating Championships.
In February 1995, Swasey and his new ice dance partner, Hillary Tompkins, competed in the 1995 U.S. Figure Skating Championships and placed 13th. On March 11, the team worked on two Musical on Ice shows at the Forum in Presque Isle, Maine, the hometown of Tompkins.
Subsequently, Swasey worked at the Plaza of the Rockies and the Chapel Hills Mall ice rinks. In 2009 he became a University of Colorado Colorado Springs police officer. Alongside, he coached with British ice dance champion and World Figure Skating Hall of Fame member, Doreen Denny, at the Serich Ice Center until his death.
Swasey was shot dead in the line of duty on November 27, 2015 during a mass shooting at a local Planned Parenthood clinic. He was 44 years old.
Following Swasey’s death, President Barack Obama praised Swasey with “May God bless Officer Garrett Swasey and the Americans he tried to save.” Swasey’s former schoolmate, Melrose’s Mayor Dolan, stated at a press conference that, “He made a real mark on the people that he met in this small town. He was so dedicated to his church and his community.”
The funeral, with thousands in attendance, took place on December 4 and was streamed live. Speakers included Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper, Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers and University of Colorado Colorado Springs Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak.
At the time of his death, Swasey was married to Rachel (née Aguilar) and was the father of two young children. He was an elder at his church in Colorado Springs.

Émile Allegret

Émile Allegret (born 24 April 1907 at Dijon and died 22 November 1990 at Vaux-sur-Mer) was a French soldier and member of the French Resistance during World War II.

After secondary school, he joined the French Air Force in 1926 for five years. A non-commissioned officer, he followed the course for élève aspirant (training student) (EOR). He then graduated from the École nationale de l’aviation civile (French civil aviation university) and became an engineer and test pilot. A reserve officer, he was staying at Royan as a flight instructor when war was declared in September 1939. He heard the appeal of 18 June 1940 and, after the second Armistice at Compiègne, refused to fly for the German air force. Émile Allegret quickly joined the French Resistance Sandro Online. Obliged to conceal his identity, he became an agent of the resistance movement Organisation civile et militaire. After joining the 6th arrondissement of Paris, he carried out information missions on the Atlantic coast and in particular at Royan, where he revealed the location of fortifications and coastal defense batteries. He succeeded in a mission to avoid weapons and ammunition stored in the basement of the City Hall of Royan.[clarification needed] Hunted by the Gestapo Maje Dresses Outlet 2016, he had to leave France and succeeded bogner online shop, the 24th of December 1942, in joining Spain by crossing the Pyrenees.
He enlisted in the Free French Forces the 25th of January 1943 at the French mission at Gibraltar. Arriving in London, he was incorporated in the Free French Forces the 13th of February 1943, and on the 5th of March 1943 he joined the Bombardment Group “Lorraine”, called “Squadron 342” bogner ski jackets. He flew against German anti-aircraft 23 December 1943, and again the 5 and 9 February 1944. During this time, in January 1944, the lieutenant Allegret took command of the squadron “Metz” and multiplied the bombing operations. Then, he participated in the historic mission of protection, smoke screening troops for Normandy landings on the Normandy coast the 6th of June 1944. He was seriously injured on duty, 27 January 1945. He ended the war with the rank of Captain, carrying out 55 bombings in total with “Lorraine”, including several skim bombings.
After the war, Émile Allegret started a career as an air navigation engineer. He joined the Secrétariat général de l’aviation civile (civil aviation department) in 1961 as an air navigation division engineer. He became head of the Toulouse-Blagnac Airport. He last job was head assistant at the Nice Côte d’Azur Airport before retiring in May 1968.
Émile Allegret died 22 November 1990 (83 years old) at Vaux-sur-Mer.

Jean-Pierre Granger

Jean-Pierre Granger (11 March 1779

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His father was a glazier. At the age of six, he became a drum major in the “Régiment Royal-Bonbons”,[citation needed] a children’s branch of the French Guards which was intended to provide “manly, patriotic training”, but also served as a form of amusement for the Dauphin.
Two years later, his father made the acquaintance of Angélique Briceau (fl.1780-1800)

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, a watercolorist who gave lessons to both of them. Shortly after, she married Louis-Jean Allais, who then gave them lessons in engraving. Granger worked as an engraver for seven years, but eventually felt constrained by the limits of that medium and entered the studios of Jean-Baptiste Regnault to study oil painting. Four years later, he worked closely with Jacques-Louis David.
In 1800, he was awarded the Prix de Rome for his painting of Antiochus sending his son to Scipio. His colleague, Ingres, who came in second, accused David of using his influence on the jury.[citation needed]
While in Rome, he worked for Lucien Bonaparte, making sketches and paintings of the Prince’s antiquities collection. He also began a portrait of Bonaparte’s wife, Maria Letizia, but he (and some others) found it unsatisfactory, so he turned it into a painting of an anonymous lady of the court. This portrait (now in the Louvre) pleased him so much that he married the model, Jeanne-Catherine Delaigle.
He returned to Paris in 1812, and exhibited annually at the Salon until his death, receiving medals in 1812 Cheap Adidas Soccer Jerseys Outlet Discount, 1817 and 1820.
His daughter, Eléonore Palmyre (1819-1874), a pianist of some note, married the writer Paul Meurice. Her portrait was painted by Ingres Fabric Shaver, who had apparently gotten over his grudge and become her godfather. It is currently on display at the Maison de Victor Hugo.

Homosexuality in India

Homosexuality is mostly a taboo subject in Indian civil society and for the government. Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code makes sex with persons of the same gender punishable by law. On 2 July 2009, in Naz Foundation v. Govt. of NCT of Delhi, the Delhi High Court held that provision to be unconstitutional with respect to sex between consenting adults, but the Supreme Court of India overturned that ruling on 11 December 2013, stating that the court was instead deferring to Indian legislators to provide the sought-after clarity. On 2 February 2016, however, the Supreme Court agreed to reconsider its judgment, stating it would refer petitions to abolish Section 377 to a five-member constitutional bench

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, which would conduct a comprehensive hearing of the issue.
There are no official demographics for the LGBT population in India, but the government of India submitted figures to the Supreme Court in 2012, according to which, there were about 2.5 million gay people recorded in India. These figures are only based on those individuals who have self declared to the Ministry of Health. There may be much higher statistics for individuals who have concealed their identity, since a number of homosexual Indians are living in the closet due to fear of discrimination.
There are many websites in India which cater to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender communities and many people are registered and actively communicate, interact, and counsel each other through these sites. According to a popular gay dating website, which has about 1.8 million men registered from around the world, India has about 140,000 individual males registered, a figure more than Western countries like the USA (46,645) and the UK (41,021) and ranks 3rd on the list of people registered from a country; nearly 80% of them are in the 15-30 age range with the highest numbers registered in states of Maharashtra (25,564), Tamil Nadu (16,380), Karnataka (14,763) and Delhi (13,441), while cities with the highest numbers are New Delhi (13,391), Mumbai (11,001), Hyderabad (10,273) and Bangalore (8,000).
Homophobia is prevalent in India. Public discussion of homosexuality in India has been inhibited by the fact that sexuality in any form is rarely discussed openly. In recent years, however, attitudes towards homosexuality have shifted slightly. In particular, there have been more depictions and discussions of homosexuality in the Indian news media and in Bollywood. Several organisations, including the Naz Foundation (India) Trust, the National AIDS Control Organisation, Law Commission of India, Union Health Ministry, National Human Rights Commission of India and the Planning Commission of India have expressed support for decriminalising homosexuality in India, and pushed for tolerance and social equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people. India is among countries with a social element of a third gender. But mental, physical, emotional and economic violence against LGBT community in India prevails. Lacking support from family, society or police, many gay rape victims don’t report the crimes.
Religion has played a role in shaping Indian customs and traditions. While homosexuality has not been explicitly mentioned in the religious texts central to Hinduism, the largest religion in India, Hinduism has taken various positions, ranging from positive to neutral or antagonistic. Rigveda, one of the four canonical sacred texts of Hinduism says Vikriti Evam Prakriti (Sanskrit: विकृतिः एवम्‌ प्रकृतिः, meaning what seems unnatural is also natural), which some scholars believe recognises homosexual/transsexual dimensions of human life, like all forms of universal diversities. Historical literary evidence indicates that homosexuality has been prevalent across the Indian subcontinent throughout history, and that homosexuals were not necessarily considered inferior in any way until about 18th century.

Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) dating back to 1861 makes homosexual sex punishable by law and carries a life sentence.
In September 2006, Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen, acclaimed writer Vikram Seth and other prominent Indians publicly demanded the repeal of section 377 of the IPC. The open letter demanded that “In the name of humanity and of our Constitution, this cruel and discriminatory law should be struck down.” On 30 June 2008, Indian Labour Minister Oscar Fernandes backed calls for decriminalisation of consensual gay sex, and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh called for greater tolerance towards homosexuals. On 23 July 2008, Bombay High Court Judge Bilal Nazki said that India’s unnatural sex law should be reviewed. The Law Commission of India had historically favoured the retention of this section in its 42nd and 156th report, but in its 172nd report, delivered in 2000, it recommended its repeal.
On 9 August 2008, then health minister, Anbumani Ramadoss began his campaign for changing Section 377 of the Indian penal code, which makes homosexuality an unnatural act and thus illegal. At the International AIDS Conference in Mexico City, he said, “Section 377 of IPC, which criminalises men who have sex with men, must go.” His ministerial portfolio had put him at odds with the Indian Home Minister Shivraj Patil and several other ministers in seeking to scrap Section 377. In late 2008, he changed his argument saying he does not want the scrapping of Section 377 but a mere modification of the law treating homosexuality as a criminal offence punishable up to life imprisonment. He said he wants Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to resolve the matter, while he wanted to avoid discord with the home ministry, who said the altered law would then result in an increase in criminal incidences of sodomy or offences involving sexual abuse of children, particularly boys. In doing so he alleged that the law even penalises health workers who treat homosexuals, while making this a cognizable and non-bailable offence.
Various Hindu organisations, based in India and abroad have supported decriminalisation of homosexual behaviours. In 2009, the Hindu Council UK became one of the first major religious organisations to support LGBT rights when they issued a statement “Hinduism does not condemn homosexuality”. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, a prominent Hindu spiritual leader, has condemned sec 377 in a series of tweets, maintaining that “Hinduism has never considered homosexuality a crime” and “to brand a person a criminal based on sexual preference would be absurd.”
The United Nations has urged India to decriminalise homosexuality by saying it would help the fight against HIV/AIDS by allowing intervention programmes, much like the successful ones in China and Brazil. Jeffrey O’Malley, director of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) on HIV/AIDS, has stated countries which protect men who have sex with men (MSM) have double the rate of coverage of HIV prevention services as much as 60%. According to him, inappropriate criminalisation hinders universal access to essential HIV, health and social services. Later talking to The Hindu in November 2008, he added concerns that the then in power United Progressive Alliance government was in a difficult position in regards to amending Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code because of the then upcoming elections, as such changes could be misrepresented. He further emphasised the need to change the laws, sensitise the police and judiciary. According to him, after removal of discriminatory laws, marginalised groups would have better access to treatment and prevention facilities like condoms. He warned of the urgency and stated that India had succeeded in checking the spread of AIDS through commercial sex workers but transmission through gay sex, and injectable-drug users was still an area of concern in the country.
On July 2014, A book on LGBTQIA & Genderqueer rights published by Srishti Madurai was released by Vanathi Srinivasan, the general secretary of the BJP in Tamil Nadu. The move has been considered encouraging by members of the LGBTQIA community.
Bharatiya Janata Party senior leader Arun Jaitley stated in February 2014 that he supported decriminalisation of homosexuality. On 13 January 2015, BJP spokesperson Shaina NC, appearing on NDTV, stated, “We BJP are for decriminalising homosexuality. That is the progressive way forward.”
Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh spokesperson Ram Madhav in an interview with national daily Business Standard said in May 2014: “But I can say this — that while glorification of certain forms of social behaviour is not something we endorse, the penalising and criminalisation aspects need to be looked into. Whether to call homosexuality a crime and treat it as one in this day and age is questionable” which is interpreted as Sangh’s support to decriminalisation of homosexuality.
On March 6 2016 Srishti Madurai’s new website was launched by Dalit activist and Ambedkarite Ma. Venkatesan from BJP in the presence of Central Minister Pon Radhakrishnan, Vanathi Srinivasan, Aravindan Neelakandan, Joe D’Cruz and scores of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh volunteers at Chennai.
In December 2002, Naz Foundation filed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) to challenge IPC Section 377 in the Delhi High Court. On 4 July 2008, the Delhi High Court noted that there was “nothing unusual” in holding a gay rally, something which is common outside India.
On 2 July 2009, in the case of Naz Foundation v National Capital Territory of Delhi, the High Court of Delhi struck down much of S. 377 of the IPC as being unconstitutional. The Court held that to the extent S. 377 criminalised consensual non-vaginal sexual acts between adults, it violated an individual’s fundamental rights to equality before the law, freedom from discrimination and to life and personal liberty under Articles 14, 15 and 21 of the Constitution of India. The High Court did not strike down Section 377 completely. It held the section to be valid in case of non-consensual non-vaginal intercourse or to intercourse with minors, and it expressed the hope that Parliament would legislatively address the issue.
On 11 December 2013, on responding an appeal filed by an astrologer Suresh Kumar Koushal and others, the Supreme Court of India upheld the constitutionality of Section 377 of the IPC, and stated that the Court was instead deferring to Indian legislators to provide the sought-after clarity. In its judgment the Supreme Court stated
“We declare that Section 377 IPC, insofar it criminalises consensual sexual acts of adults in private, is violative of Articles 21, 14 and 15 of the Constitution. The provisions of Section 377 IPC will continue to govern non-consensual penile non-vaginal sex and penile nonvaginal sex involving minors… Secondly, we clarify that our judgment will not result in the re-opening of criminal cases involving Section 377 IPC that have already attained finality.”
On 28 January 2014 ted baker usa outlet, Supreme Court dismissed the review petition filed by Central Government, Naz Foundation and several others, against its December 11 verdict on Section 377 of IPC.
In January 2015, National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) said that according to data collected, 778 cases were filed under Section 377 of IPC and 587 arrests were made in 2014 until October after the Supreme Court verdict. Some states are yet to submit their full data.
On December 18, 2015, member of indian national congress party Shashi Tharoor introduced the bill for the decriminilisation of Section 377, but the bill was rejected by the ruling party BJP by a vote of 71-24. However, shashi Tahoor is planning to re-introduce the bill again.
On 2 February 2016, the Supreme Court agreed to reconsider its 2013 judgment; it said it would refer petitions to abolish Section 377 to a five-member constitutional bench, which would conduct a comprehensive hearing of the issue.
The 11 December 2013 judgement of the Supreme Court, upholding Section 377, was met with support from religious leaders. The main petitioner in the plea was an astrologer, Suresh Kumar Koushal, and other petitioners were religious organisations like All India Muslim Personal Law Board, Trust God Missionaries, Krantikari Manuwadi Morcha, Apostolic Churches Alliance, and Utkal Christian Council. The Daily News and Analysis called it “the univocal unity of religious leaders in expressing their homophobic attitude. Usually divisive and almost always seen tearing down each other’s religious beliefs, leaders across sections came forward in decrying homosexuality and expressing their solidarity with the judgment.” The article added that Baba Ramdev India’s well-known yoga guru, after advising that journalists interviewing him not to turn homosexual, stated he could cure homosexuality through yoga and called it a bad addiction.
The Vishwa Hindu Parishad’s vice-president Om Prakash Singhal said, “This is a right decision, we welcome it. Homosexuality is against Indian culture, against nature and against science. We are regressing, going back to when we were almost like animals. The SC had protected our culture.” Singhal further dismissed HIV/AIDS concerns within the LGBT community saying, “It is understood that when you try to suppress one anomaly, there will be a break-out of a few more.” This, however, is in stark disagreement with many Hindu teachings because Hinduism does not view homosexuality as a religious sin.
Maulana Madni, of an Islamic organisation, Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind, has echoed similar homophobia in stating that “Homosexuality is a crime according to scriptures and is unnatural. People cannot consider themselves to be exclusive of a society… In a society, a family is made up of a man and a woman, not a woman and a woman, or a man and a man. If these same sex couples adopt children, the child will grow up with a skewed version of a family. Society will disintegrate. If we are to look at countries in the West who have allowed same-sex marriages, you will find the mental tensions they suffer from.”
Rabbi Ezekiel Isaac Malekar, honorary secretary of the Judah Hyam Synagogue, in upholding the judgement, was also quoted as saying “In Judaism, our scriptures do not permit homosexuality.” Reverend Paul Swarup of the Cathedral Church of the Redemption in Delhi in stating his views on what he believes to be the unnaturalness of homosexuality, stated “Spiritually, human sexual relations are identified as those shared by a man and a woman. The Supreme Court’s view is an endorsement of our scriptures.”
In 2005, Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil, who hails from Rajpipla in the Gujarat, publicly came out as gay. He was quickly anointed by the Indian and the world media as the first openly gay royal. He was disinherited as an immediate reaction by the royal family, though they eventually reconciled. He appeared on the American talk show The Oprah Winfrey Show on October 24, 2007, and on BBC Three’s Undercover Princes. In 2008, Zoltan Parag, a competitor at the Mr. Gay International contest said that he was apprehensive about returning to India. He said, “Indian media has exposed me so much that now when I call my friends back home, their parents do not let them talk to me”.
On 29 June 2008, five Indian cities (Delhi, Bangalore, Kolkata, Indore and Pondicherry) celebrated gay pride parades. About 2,000 people turned out in these nationwide parades. Mumbai held its pride march on 16 August 2008, with Bollywood actress Celina Jaitley flagged off the festivities. On 4 July 2008, the Delhi High Court, while hearing the case to decriminalise homosexuality, opined that there was nothing unusual in holding a gay rally, something which is common outside India.
Days after the 2 July 2009 Delhi High Court verdict legalising homosexuality, Pink Pages, India’s first online LGBT magazine was released. On 16 April 2009, India’s first gay magazine Bombay Dost originally launched in 1990, was re-launched by Celina Jaitley in Mumbai.
On 27 June 2009, Bhubaneswar, the capital city of Odisha, saw its first gay pride parade. A day later, Union Law Minister Veerappa Moily announced that the Union Home Minister has convened a meeting with the Union Law Ministers, Union Health Ministers and Home Ministers of all states to evolve a consensus on decriminalising homosexuality in India. On 28 June 2009, Delhi and Bangalore held their second gay pride parades, and Chennai, generally considered to be a very conservative city, held its first.
Mumbai has one of its own pride events herve leger dress sale 2016, like Kashish Mumbai Queer Film Festival which was first held in 2010 from 22 to 25 April and in the next year 2011 from 25 to 29 May. It was the first queer film festival in India and is held in a mainstream multiplex theater which screens LGBT films from all over the world. It has been recognised by Interpride as a pride event in India.
Madurai celebrated city’s first LGBTQ Rainbow festival on 29 July 2012, Anjali Gopalan inaugurated Alan Turing Rainbow festival and flagged off the Asia’s first Gender queer pride parade as a part of Turing Rainbow festival organised by Srishti Madurai, a literary and resource circle for alternative gender and sexualities. It was established by Gopi Shankar a student of The American College in Madurai to eradicate social discrimination faced by the LGBT and Genderqueer community. The objective of the organisation in to highlight 20 different types of Genders.
On 1 May 2011, Kolkata Rainbow Pride Festival (KRPF) was formed to take the initiative of organising Pride Walk in Kolkata. Since then the initiative of Queer Pride Parade in Kolkata is being taken by KRPF. The 11th Kolkata Rainbow Pride Walk, held on 15 July 2012, was attended by more than 1500 people. Kolkata hosted South Asia’s first pride walk in 1999.
Chandigarh held its first LGBT pride parade on 15 March 2013 and it has been held annually ever since.
The first LGBT pride parade in Gujarat state was held at Surat on 6 October 2013.
Rajasthan witnessed its first pride event on 1 March 2015, when a pride walk was held in Jaipur.
In 2013, India was represented by Nolan Lewis, a model, at the Mr Gay World 2013 contest. He had trouble finding sponsors. Previously, India had been represented at the Mr Gay World by Zoltan Parag Bhaindarkar in 2008. He did not return to India and reportedly sought asylum in the United States.
Sushant Divgikar, the winner of Mr Gay India 2014, was a contestant on the Bigg Boss reality show. On 26 July 2014, at Kochi the 5th All-Kerala Queer Pride Parade was held. It was organised by Queerala (a support group for the LGBT community) and Sahayathrika (a rights organisation for lesbian and bisexual women in Kerala)

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Clamart

Clamart ist eine französische Stadt mit 52.203 Einwohnern (Stand 1. Januar 2013) im Südwesten von Paris. Sie liegt zehn Kilometer südwestlich der Hauptstadt an der D 906.
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Das älteste Zeugnis, das auf eine Besiedlung der Region hinweist, ist ein Megalithgrab aus der Zeit 6000 v. Chr.
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Dov Freiberg

Dov Freiberg (15 May 1927 – March 2008) born Berek Freiberg, was a Holocaust survivor, writer, and witness at the Eichmann trial and the Demjanjuk case. During World War II, selected by the SS to join the Sonderkommando work unit

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Dov Freiberg was born to Moses and Rebecca Freiberg in 1927 in Warsaw, Poland. The first years of his childhood were spent in the industrial city of Lodz, where his father was a factory worker. At the beginning of the Nazi occupation his father and brother tried to escape eastward, but his father was shot by the Germans when his convoy was attacked. A few months later his mother moved with her four children to her parents’ house in Warsaw, which was situated in the ghetto that had been established in November 1940 in the heart of the Jewish Quarter. A year later, in autumn 1941, when conditions in the ghetto had worsened and tens of thousands of its residents had died or were killed, this spurred him to escape from the ghetto with the assistance of a smuggler; Freiberg escaped to the remote town Turobin in the district of Lublin

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Upon Freiberg’s arrival in Sobibor, some Jewish prisoners managed to squeeze into the group of the Sonderkommando temporarily reprieved from their intended deaths in the gas chambers, and Freiberg was employed with other members of this group initially as a sorter of clothing and belongings. He was then forced to do other tasks including cutting the hair of the women before they went to the gas chambers. Freiberg managed to survive the regime of daily abuse, starvation and cruel treatment for about 17 months. In October 1943, Freiberg participated in the Sobibor prisoners’ revolt and he managed to escape into nearby woods and joined the Joseph Serchuk’s Jewish partisan unit in the Lublin area of occupied Poland until the Soviet Army liberated the region in July 1944.
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Freiberg testified at 1961 at the Eichmann trial, where he told about the horrors of the extermination camp Sobibor. Four years later, in 1965, he was invited to Germany to testify at the trial in Hagen, where SS officers were tried for acts committed in Sobibor.
Freiberg was a popular lecturer, and he lectured frequently before students, soldiers, officers, and educational organisations for Holocaust studies. Freiberg went twice with youth delegations to Poland as a survivor. He was also invited by Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin to formally participate in the official visit to Poland. Freiberg testified at the Demjanjuk trial in 1986 in Israel, testifying against Demjanjuk’s release, claiming that he should be tried for his crimes at the Sobibor death camp. Freiberg’s wife Sarah died at the end of 2007, and he died a few months later in March 2008 at the age of 79 (or 80) in Ramla, Israel.
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Émile Benveniste

Émile Benveniste (French: [bɛnvənist]; 27 May 1902 – 3 October 1976) was a French structural linguist and semiotician. He is best known for his work on Indo-European languages and his expansion of the linguistic paradigm established by Ferdinand de Saussure.

Benveniste was born in Aleppo, Aleppo Vilayet, Ottoman Syria to a Sephardi family. His father sent him to Marseilles to undertake rabbinical studies, but his exceptional abilities were noted by Sylvain Lévi who introduced him to Antoine Meillet.
Initially studying under Meillet, a former student of Saussure, at the Sorbonne, he began teaching at the École Pratique des Hautes Études and was elected to the Collège de France a decade later in 1937 as professor of linguistics. By this time he had already begun his investigation into the status of names within the history of Indo-European linguistic forms. He held his seat at the Collège de France until 1969 when he retired due to deteriorating health, after he suffered a stroke that left him aphasic. However, he served as the first President of the International Association for Semiotic Studies from 1969 to 1972.
Benveniste died in Paris, aged 74.
At the start of his career, his highly specialised and technical work limited his influence to a small circle of scholars. The publication of his monumental text, Problèmes de linguistique générale or Problems in General Linguistics, would elevate his position to much wider recognition. The two volumes of this work appeared in 1966 and 1974 respectively. The book exhibits not only scientific rigour but also a lucid style accessible to the layman, consisting of various writings culled from a period of more than twenty-five years. In Chapter 5, Animal Communication and Human Language, Benveniste refutes behaviourist linguistic interpretations by demonstrating that human speech, unlike the so-called languages of bees and other animals, cannot be merely reduced to a stimulus-response system.
The I–you polarity is another important development explored in the text. The third person acts under the conditions of possibility of this polarity between the first and second persons. Narration and description illustrate this.
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One of the founders of structuralism, Roland Barthes, attended Benveniste’s seminars at École Pratique. Pierre Bourdieu was instrumental in publishing Benveniste’s other major work, Vocabulaire des Institutions Indo-Européennes in his series Le Sens commun at radical publisher Les Éditions de Minuit (1969). The title is misleading: it is not a “vocabulary”, but rather a comprehensive and comparative analysis of key social behaviors and institutions across Germanic, Romance-speaking, Greco-Roman, and Indo-Iranian cultures, using the words (vocables) that denote them as points of entry. It makes use of philology, anthropology, phenomenology and sociology. A number of contemporary French philosophers (e 2016 discount sandro clothing.g., Barbara Cassin, Nicole Loraux, Philippe-Joseph Salazar, François Jullien, Marc Crépon) have often referred to Benveniste’s Vocabulaire and are inspired by his methodology and the distinction he draws between meaning (signification) and what is referred to (désignation)

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Denis Norden

Denis Mostyn Norden, CBE (born 6 February 1922) is a retired English comedy writer and television presenter. After an early career working in cinemas, he began scriptwriting during the Second World War. From 1948 to 1959, he co-wrote the successful BBC Radio comedy programme Take It From Here with Frank Muir. Muir and Norden remained associated for more than 50 years: after they stopped collaborating on scripts, they appeared regularly together on radio panel programmes My Word! and My Music.
Norden wrote scripts for Hollywood films. He also presented television programmes on ITV for many years, including the nostalgia quiz Looks Familiar and blooper shows It’ll Be Alright on the Night and Laughter File Sandro Outlet. He retired in 2006.

Norden was born in Mare Street, Hackney in London’s East End, and educated at the City of London School where he was a contemporary of Kingsley Amis. Upon leaving school, he worked as a stagehand, moved into cinema management by the age of 17 and organised variety shows. His writing career began in the Royal Air Force during the Second World War, when he wrote for troop shows. Whilst preparing for one of these shows in 1945, Norden, accompanied by fellow performers Eric Sykes and Ron Rich, went to a nearby prison camp in search of stage lighting; the camp turned out to be the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, which had recently been liberated by the Allies. Norden, Sykes and Rich organised a food collection amongst their comrades to feed the starving camp inmates.
After the war, Norden wrote material for comedian Dick Bentley, before meeting Frank Muir (who wrote for comic actor Jimmy Edwards) in 1947. Muir and Norden’s first joint venture was a radio show for both performers, Take It From Here, which they scripted from 1948 to 1959. They went on to write many successful radio and television scripts, including Whack-O! (1956–60) and three series of Faces of Jim (1961–63) which were vehicles for Jimmy Edwards. They also wrote the satirical sketch Balham, Gateway to the South for the BBC Third Programme. The sketch, which had originally been broadcast in 1948 as part of a comedy series called The Third Division and which featured actor Robert Beatty, was later performed by Peter Sellers for his LP, The Best of Sellers (1959). In the early 1960s Muir and Norden wrote the sitcom Brothers in Law, an early series featuring Richard Briers, and its spin-off Mr Justice Duncannon.
In 1964, their writing partnership ended, as Muir moved into management with the BBC. Over the next several years, Norden, who had long had a fascination with Hollywood, wrote the scripts for several films, including Buona Sera, Mrs. Campbell and The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom. Although he was no longer writing with Muir, the two regularly appeared together on panel shows My Word! (1956–1990) and My Music (1966–1993), first on radio then TV.
In 1965, Norden wrote, narrated and starred in a featurette jointly made by the James Bond producers and the Ford Motor Company. The colour short, entitled “A Child’s Guide to Blowing up a Motor Car”, went behind the scenes of an exploding car stunt being filmed for Thunderball. Norden takes a young relative on a day out to a film set, where they meet several stars and production team members, but not Sean Connery. Lost for many years skater dress, it is now available on the ‘Ultimate Edition’ DVD of Thunderball, as released in late 2006.
Norden was also later well-known to television audiences for his ITV shows: Looks Familiar adidas soccer jerseys 2016 online, It’ll be Alright on the Night and Laughter File.
It’ll be Alright on the Night, which was broadcast from 1977, consisted of out-takes from film and television linked by witty comments. Much of the material from the early episodes was used on Dick Clark’s “Bloopers” specials which aired on NBC a few years later. A couple of mid-1980s editions featured several home video clips: with the increasing private ownership of domestic camcorders, clips were spun off into the long-running You’ve Been Framed! (1990–).
Laughter File, first broadcast in 1991, showed spoof adverts, real foreign adverts, practical jokes, live television mistakes and other various ‘oddities’, which Norden said, “tickled our fancies, just when they needed tickling”. These items included virtually everything discovered during research for material suitable for Alright on the Night that was not eligible for that show.
Norden announced his retirement from his two long-running ITV shows It’ll be Alright on the Night and Laughter File on 21 April 2006 because of his age (84) and also because of poor health. A special show was recorded on 14 May 2006 as a ‘farewell tour’ to all his shows over the years, called All the Best from Denis Norden, which was shown on 2 January 2007. As the show’s closing credits were shown, the studio audience gave Norden a standing ovation, which was then followed by Norden placing his trademark clipboard on his desk, which the camera then zoomed in on to as the credits ended. He has since been succeeded on It’ll be Alright on the Night by Griff Rhys Jones

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For years, he was resistant to producing an autobiography, claiming that much of his life and career had already been well covered by Frank Muir’s A Kentish Lad and that a book called The Bits Frank Left Out would be too brief. Nevertheless, in October 2008, a book containing a sequence of autobiographical sketches was published entitled Clips from a Life. He continues to make occasional television and radio appearances. He contributed to a BBC Four season about the history of satire, and he appeared as a guest on The One Show on 2 October 2008 to talk about his life and career as well as his book. He was interviewed in a one-off documentary Der Sommer 1939 (“The Summer of 1939”), which was broadcast on 12 August 2009 on the German television station Arte. Norden also appeared as part of a contribution of showbiz friends, writers and performers in the BBC documentary, The Secret Life of Bob Monkhouse in January 2011.
Norden and his wife Avril have a son, Nick, an architect, and a daughter, Maggie, a radio personality and lecturer at the London College of Fashion. Maggie was a presenter on London’s Capital Radio in its earlier days and presented the Sunday afternoon programme “Hullabaloo”. Affected by macular degeneration, Norden joined Peter Sallis and Eric Sykes in 2009 as a patron of the Macular Society, after becoming a member in 2004.

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