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Xi’an: The ancient town once the terminus of the Silk Road and a meeting point of cultures and religions is now a busy modern day city Although the visitors maybe let down by the modern version of it “the Ming-era city walls remain intact vendors of all descriptions still crowd the narrow lanes of the warrenlike Muslim Quarter and there are enough places of interest to keep even the most diligent amateur historian busy” reports the Lonely Planet Men wearing Chinese ancient warrior costumes stand at the City Wall in Xi’an Reuters Terracota Warriors Museum: The museum houses a collection of terracotta sculptures depicting the armies of Qin Shi Huang the first Emperor of China It is one of the most significant archaeological excavations of the 20th century The collection of over 8000 fantastic life-size clay warriors aka the Terracotta Army – is now referred to as the eighth wonder of the ancient world according to the Terracotta Warriors Museum Unearthed terracotta warriors from the Xian period are displayed at a museum in the ancient Chinese capital of Xian Reuters Da Xing Shan Temple: Built in 265-289 in the Jin Dynasty (265-420) this temple is one of the oldest Buddhist temples in China and a birthplace of Chinese Tantric Buddhism Da Xing Shan Temple Flickr CC Big Goose Pagoda: This pagoda (Hindu or Buddhist temple or sacred building) is one of Xi’an’s most famous landmarks The pagoda was completed in AD 625 to house Buddhist sutras brought back by Hsuan Tsang from his India tour The pagoda attracts numerous visitors with its simple yet appealing style of construction Big Goose Pagoda Flickr CC South City Wall: Xī’ān remains one of the few cities in China where the old city walls are still standing It’s the most complete city wall that has survived in China as well being one of the largest ancient military defensive systems in the world according to Travel China Guide South City Wall Flickr CC Beijing:A powerhouse driving economics and politics of China Beijing is also one of the most vibrant and dynamic cities of the country Author Daniel McCrohan describes his love for the city’s capacity to surprise “After a decade of living here I still find something unexpected almost every day: a phrase I hadn’t heard a mannerism I hadn’t noticed a new shop a new bar or even when I’m especially lucky a long-abandoned temple I never knew existed” he writes Beijing Flickr CC Great Hall of the People: Perhaps not ‘tourist spot’ but the building used for legislative and ceremonial activities by the PRC and he Communist Party of China is a sight to behold The Great Hall of the People Reuters And while PM Modi is visiting China Firstpost has some cultural quirks that he should keep in mind when he is in the country here Mexico City: Mexico called on Egypt on Monday to swiftly investigate why tourists were mistakenly targeted in what witnesses described as an air strike that left at least two Mexicans dead and six unaccounted for President Enrique Pena Nieto said 14 Mexicans were among those involved in Sunday’s "grave incident" in the Western Desert Egyptian authorities said security forces mistakenly killed 12 people and wounded 10 others when they struck their convoy while chasing jihadists but they have not given details about the weaponry used or the breakdown of victims State Governor Aristoteles Sandoval speaks to the press after a meeting with relatives of Mexican tourists attacked in Egypt AFP Mexico’s ambassador to Egypt said six Mexicans were still unaccounted for while a woman and a man were confirmed dead The wounded included five women and a man who are stable "The events of yesterday have saddened us as a nation There is no precedent in years of an event like this one that harms our compatriots" Pena Nieto said "Mexico has demanded from the Egyptian government an exhaustive deep and swift investigation into what happened" he said at a military event in Mexico City Egypt vowed to form an investigative committee that will be headed by Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab Attacked on lunch break Six Mexican survivors told the Mexican ambassador that they had stopped for a meal when they "suffered an aerial attack with bombs launched by a plane and helicopters" Foreign Minister Claudia Ruiz Massieu told a news conference A ministry source later told AFP that the Mexican government had chartered a plane for the families of the victims to head to Egypt on Monday and that Ruiz Massieu would be joining them personally "to coordinate support efforts" The group had arrived in Cairo on 11 September and left two days later on their way to the Bahariya oasis Ruiz Massieu said They were near the oasis when they came under fire she said The Egyptian travel agency Windows of Egypt informed the Mexican ambassador about the attack Her ministry delivered a diplomatic note to the Egyptian ambassador in which the Mexican government expressed its "deep dismay over these deplorable events" and demanded an investigation "The Mexican government asks that Egyptian authorities give the highest priority and urgency to clearing up this issue" Ruiz Massieu said Egyptian authorities said the tourists were in an area that was "off-limits" but did not provide an exact location Musician killed Relatives identified one of the dead as 41-year-old Rafael Bejarano Rangel a musician whose mother Marisela Rangel was wounded in the attack Mexico’s ambassador to Egypt Jorge Alvarez Fuentes gave two different names for the dead though he said six others remain unaccounted for Gabriela Bejarano Rangel Rafael’s sister told reporters in the western Mexican city of Guadalajara that her mother had organized the trip for a group of friends and that it was "not true that the area of the attack is forbidden" She said she had traveled there herself twice and that it would be impossible for a guide to take tourists there without a permit "My brother was a musician a shaman a man of peace and good It was his second trip to Egypt He liked it a lot" she said adding that she had not spoken to her mother and had only received information from the Jalisco state government Rafael financially supported the indigenous Huichol community with proceeds from his concerts providing it with potable water and helping it build a school He helped the Huichol to ensure "that their beautiful culture did not disappear" she said "He helped a lot of people" AFP Panaji: ‘Once bitten twice shy’ is a dictum which doesn’t cut much ice with the Goa government especially when there’s mining involved Here’s why The successive state governments’ sucking up to Goa’s notorious mining lobby has resulted in a Rs 35000 crore illegal mining scam It also resulted in a 19-month ban on all mining in the state putting the jobs and businesses of a little less than 10 percent of the state’s 15 million residents at risk But days after the Supreme Court lifted its ban and asked the BJP-led Goa government to form new mining guidelines investigate and punish the guilty Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar appears to be already singing to the tunes played by the multi-billion dollar mining industry His opponents accuse him of lacking in spine and more than willing to rejig the scales in favour of the same mining lobby which orchestrated the scam once again In his couple of interactions with the media Parrikar has lambasted both the Justice MB Shah Commission report and Goa Foundation The Commission had exposed the Rs 35000 crore illegal mining scam while the latter had petitioned the apex court which resulted in the ban But when it came to the mining magnates Parrikar appeared to be at his chivalrous best In fact Parrikar is not only creating ‘legitimate’ ground for mining in the ecologically sensitive Western Ghats it is becoming evident (by Parrikar’s own statements) that the guilty mining companies may well get away by paying a mere penalty for illegally mining millions of tons of iron ore five years from 2007-2012 “We will impose penalty on the mining firms which have encroached upon the revenue (government) lands” Parrikar has said when asked about action against mining firms indicted in the Justice MB Shah Commission report Parrikar whose proximity to the State’s key families who by heredity controlled the majority of Goa’s mining legacy since the Portuguese days has been unwilling to give a serious thought to auctioning of mining leases claiming auctioning was not mandatory “The process of renewing leases will be transparent All options will be considered” Parrikar told a press conference last week Even BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s public endorsement of public auctioning of national resources during his recent Vijay Sankalp rally in Goa appears to have no effect on Parrikar When asked why auctioning of natural resources was not being seen as a chosen route despite Modi’s advice Parrikar told Firstpost: “I do not remember Modi saying it should be auctioned. But if he has it will be considered” The last time Parrikar promised to “consider" all options before policy formation was when the state government surprisingly allowed offshore casinos to transfer licences enabling the sale of the Casino Carnival to Casino Pride As an Opposition leader Parrikar had been a vocal opponent of both the casino industry and the transfer policy even publicly threatening to drown casinos in the Arabian sea Such flip flops and lobby-play has forced greens like Claude Alvares to give up even a semblance of hope that the BJP-led coalition government will do justice to the mining lease renewal process Alvares’ Goa Foundation had filed the petition in the apex court eventually resulting in the ban on the state’s mining industry for nearly 19 months Alvares says he will be forced to knock on the SC’s doors again if Parrikar does not take the public auction route "I do not trust him (Parrikar) to do the right thing” Alvares told reporters Goa’s mining multi-billion dollar mining industry has been in the hands of a few families who had been bestowed the concessions virtually free of cost some years before liberation from the over 450 years of colonial Portuguese rule Through the Goa Daman and Diu Mining Concessions (Abolition and Declaration as Mining Leases) Act 1987 passed by Parliament all Portuguese concessions were deemed to have become leases under the Indian Mines and Minerals Development and Regulation Act These leases have now been declared as expired on 22 November 2007 and will have to be allotted afresh according to the Supreme Court in its 21 April order Parrikar has outright refused the option of setting up a state government-run mining corporation to take over the mining industry Corporations according to Parrikar "provide huge scope for corruption" and would not ensure best returns for the State indirectly putting a question mark over the functioning of more than a dozen state-run corporations functioning currently "Does that mean the corporations which are functioning as part of his government are corrupt too Fortunately whether to set up a corporation or not is not in the chief minister’s hands It is a recommendation made by the Supreme Court" says Christopher Fonseca a Left leader and a spokesperson of the Goa Mining People’s Front The Goa government’s "last betrayal" as far as civil society activists is concerned is Parrikar’s rejection of the draft Western Ghats notification issued by the union ministry for Environment and Forests crafted on the basis of two extensive studies conducted in the area While rejecting the Draft on grounds that it had been prepared without consulting the state government Parrikar in a letter to Moily has backed mining in the verdant region identified by the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) as a global ecological hotspot “If restrictive recommendations contained in the Report ignoring the local constraints are accepted it is bound to adversely impact mining completely in the State of Goa; thus ruining the economy of the State and unleashing deprivation due to loss of income opportunity and employment leading to below pay living standards thereby causing protest and dissent” Parrikar has said in his letter to Moily which was strategically leaked to the media after the Supreme Court judgement The Goa government’s repeated largesse towards the mining industry which has been the orchestrator of the biggest ever scam in the history of the State gives activists like Ramesh Gauns no hope “The entire machinery is being used to see how loopholes will be found in the laws in the judgement It wasn’t as if there weren’t any laws in place when the mining scam first started The administration will now work out ways to bypass this judgement too” Gauns claims For seven years as leader of opposition Parrikar had led the charge against offshore casinos and illegal mining calling both scams perpetrated by the Congress and its leaders By: Express Web Desk | Bengaluru | Published: June 9 2017 8:22 pm Balakrishna’s Paisa Vasool first look is out Related News Director Puri Jagannadh on Friday revealed the title of his upcoming film starring Tollywood star Balakrishna in the lead role as Paisa Vasool Along with the name of the movie the director also released a couple of first look posters The announcement comes on the eve of Balakrishna’s 57th birthday The film is the 101st film in his long and illustrious career Going by the posters the film will be a typical Puri film with larger-than-life dialogues and action sequences that would match the onscreen image of Balakrishna The filmmakers reportedly have plans to release Paisa Vasool on September 29 The shooting of the film is going on at a steady pace The film crew flew to Portugal in May for a 40-day schedule where the filmmakers will shoot a few fight sequences 3 songs and some important scenes in the film The filmmakers are expected to complete their foreign schedule by the third week of June and fly down to Hyderabad where the last schedule of the film will get underway immediately pictwittercom/c0SIZonYuj — PURI JAGAN (@purijagan) June 9 2017 pictwittercom/b2kmjLDxw2 — PURI JAGAN (@purijagan) June 9 2017 Puri Jagannadh’s directorial also stars Shriya Saran as the female lead She had also shared screen space with Balayya in the latter’s 100th film Gautamiputra Satakarni The period drama that released amid huge expectations did not live up to it at the box office The film failed to beat the record of Chiranjeevi’s Khaidi No 150 which also released on Sankranti this year It looks like Balayya is determined to redeem himself at the box office with Paisa Vasool For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsPublished: January 29 2016 12:36 am Top News Pras Spins A Win Off-spinner Erapalli Prasanna with career best figures of 8 for 76 bowled India to a magnificent eight-wicket victory over New Zealand in the Auckland cricket Test New Zealand resuming their second innings at 161 for two soon crumbled in the face of some accurate spin bowling by Prasanna and Chandrashekar and were all out for 315 in just 70 minutes of play leaving India to make 63 runs for an outright victory India did not take long to achieve the target The match ended soon after lunch on the fourth day when skipper Sunil Gavaskar hit a boundary to give the side 1:0 lead in the three-Test series Gujarat Crisis The Kisan Mazdoor Lok Paksha was headed for a split over its support to the seven-month-old Janata Front government in Gujarat The clear-cut division over the controversial issue that has plagued the party became marked with party president Chimanbhai Patel and the legislative wing leader Vallabhbhai Patel publicly joining the debate Chimanbhai Patel said the party would reconsider its stand on continuing its support as it could no longer tolerate a situation where it was treated as a “vassal” of the Front leaders Vallabhbhai Patel vice-president of the party said there was no question of withdrawing support to the Front government Changes In Spain Spanish premier Carlos Arias Navarro proposed a series of liberal reforms that would be far-reaching but prudent These would permit “the distinct Spain bequeathed by (the late head of state General Francisco Franco) to evolve towards a democratic flowering” the premier told the parliament Lajpath Rai Statue President Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed unveiled a statue of Lala Lajpath Rai on his 111th birth anniversary in front of Parliament House on Talkatora Road The 12 feet black statue of the “Punjab Kesari” was executed in 1966 at a cost of Rs 60000 For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top News a nibble of the edge.