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Gabria said that he will shortly convene a meeting with different organizations and would start plantation campaign He said that there was a dire need to save environment from further degradation because the increasing levels of airwaternoise and soil pollution were going to make human life virtually miserable He pointed out that global warming had an adverse impact on human beingsanimals and even trees He said that plantation would go a long way in checking global warming He said glaciers were melting rapidly due to global warming He said that forests were wonderful resources which helped the cause of environment preservation and there was a need for active involvement of every individual school children and community groups in executing massive tree plantation EarlierGabria presided over a World Environment Day function at Labour Colony where 50 Molsari plants were planted in the park of Labour Colony provided by Hotel Amaltas He said to 50000 plants would be planted in Ludhiana city with the cooperation of NGOs and Municipal CorporationLudhiana Among those present at the function were Kanwal Inder Singh ThekedarMemberSGPCJajgdev Singh Gohalwaria OSDHarbhajan DangPal Singh GrewalSukhwinder Singh Ballu (all councillors)Mohan Singh GoggaBaljinder Singh Panaser Hardeep Singh PalahaSantokh Singh and Joginder Singh For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pooja Pillai | Published: October 7 2017 5:22 am It’s a beautiful image because of the surreal effect of the city’s skyline replacing the boy’s hairline in the reflection on the glass But it also speaks volumes about the city itself since the young boy says Taraporevala is a fourth generation Chinese immigrant to India Related News It was a bright day and a crowd had gathered on Marine Drive to watch an air show put on by the Navy Sooni Taraporevala was leaning out of the window of a friend’s apartment in one of the art deco buildings that skirt the promenade and looking down at the swarm of people Next to her was her friend’s young son When he turned to gaze into the camera Taraporevala got her shot of the day It’s a beautiful image because of the surreal effect of the city’s skyline replacing the boy’s hairline in the reflection on the glass But it also speaks volumes about the city itself since the young boy says Taraporevala is a fourth generation Chinese immigrant to India “It’s this diversity that makes Mumbai what it is That was how the city was founded by all the communities who came here and made it their home” she says This city that is home to so much diversity is the subject of Taraporevala’s upcoming exhibition “Home in the City: Bombay 1977– Mumbai 2017” presented in collaboration with Sunaparanta at Mumbai’s Chemould Prescott Road “Siddharth Dhanvant Sanghvi who is a very good friend of mine is an honorary director at Sunaparanta in Goa I had taken part in their Sensorium fest and he asked me one day if I would like to do a show with the photos I had taken on my iPhone These are all colour photos of contemporary Mumbai That’s where this show began” says Taraporevala But once begun the project soon headed off in a different direction than originally planned Sanghvi brought in Devika Daulat Singh founder of PHOTOINK who looked through the photos and asked to see other older photos that Taraporevala had taken of Mumbai “So I dug through all my old photos and once started there was no end” says the photographer Taraporevala went through 40 years worth of photographs — frequently heartbroken over the images that had become unusable thanks to age and Mumbai’s corrosive humidity but more often rejoicing at rediscovering those that she hadn’t paid particular attention to at the time she took them At the end of the whole process however it was decided that the exhibition would comprise only the black and white photos that Taraporevala had taken since 1977 “So it went from being one thing to its complete opposite” she says with a laugh The exhibition will travel to Goa and Delhi after winding up in Mumbai and is being published as a book by Harper Collins featuring an essay each by Pico Iyer and Salman Rushdie as well as a conversation between Sanghvi and Taraporevala “Mumbai has become much uglier now… But the city has an eternal quality which I think comes down to the people In the 40 years that I have been taking photos here I find that in spirit the people are the same as they always were” says Sooni Taraporevala The exhibition is a great showcase of Taraporevala’s eye for detail and her ability to recognise a human moment as it occurs It’s the same sensibility that she has brought to her other job as a screenwriter of movies like Salaam Bombay,is not just a product of Madhulika Liddle?five days after its release. 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