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2017 3:49 am Rescue operations on at Husaini building in south Mumbai’s Bhendi Bazar. (the word used in government circles),tried to make a comeback and tried hard to score a few points off Krishan,but the Indian kept scoring with his straight jabs and crosses?never allowed the Turk to take a lead role in the ring and kept hitting him with jabs and combination punches.The Indian camp at the boxing stadium was happy to have watched a good performance on an otherwise disappointing day for India Vikas Krishan won thebout with a unanimous 30-2729- 2829-28 decision With the win hereached the quarter-final stage and is just onefight away from winning an Olympic medal However the best part about his performance was the manner in which he ensured he was never at the receiving end at any point of time dominating theproceedings throughout With Manoj Kumar also still in the reckoning in the 64-kg welterweight division the signs of India’s pugilists returning from Rio with a medal look rather bright at the moment Written by Radhika Singh | Mumbai | Published: February 19 2016 12:20 am The album comprises old Bollywood songs that he’s rearranged with the choice of songs having been determined by the legacy of his grandfather the eminent music arranger Sebastian D’Souza who passed away in 1996 Related News At another of his countless performances Rhys Sebastian steps onto the stage his saxophone bright gold in the spotlight As always he dresses sharply in crisp black and white his shoes gleaming Even if a listener is swayed by his music Sebastian knows that the memory they will take back home will be a visual of him on stage So whether he’s performing or just giving a talk Sebastian always gives his 100 per cent “I want to have a conversation with my music” says the 27-year-old Mumbai-based musician “I want to let my personality shine through” The message he wants to deliver to the audience: Leave your worries somewhere else Join me on this journey Sebastian has experimented with a variety of genres on his first album Rhywind which is to be released in April this year The album comprises old Bollywood songs that he’s rearranged with the choice of songs having been determined by the legacy of his grandfather the eminent music arranger Sebastian D’Souza who passed away in 1996 D’Souza was credited with having changed the harmonic structure of the Hindi film song by fusing Indian and Western classical music styles and had worked on some of the greatest songs in Hindi film music including Mera naam chin chin chu (Howrah Bridge) Ajeeb dastaan hai yeh (Dil Apne Aur Preet Parai) and Aaiye meherbaan (Howrah Bridge) Many of these songs will find a place in Sebastian’s album which also includes collaborations with flautist Ninad Mulaokar jazz guitarist Sanjay Divecha drummer Jehangir Jehangir and bassist Saurabh Suman But it is jazz that will always be dearest to his soul “It educated me about music” he says “It made me understand that the more you listen the more you will learn It also taught me how to improvise and feed off the energy of other musicians I’m playing with while keeping in mind the audience the whole time” Sebastian has been performing for 10 years although his love affair with jazz goes back to when he was just a toddler Both his parents are pianists; his mother Merlin D’Souza is a renowned jazz composer and part of Merlin and the All Stars Big Band With the best musicians in the city rehearsing in his living room in Bandra Sebastian ate slept dreamed and played jazz He started singing at three and as a teenager began learning the saxophone from the late “Jazzy Joe” Pereira one of the seminal figures of Mumbai’s jazz age Sebastian’s performance at the NCPA will feature yet another side of his repertoire He will take some of the most popular tunes across the genres and add some of his own flavour The familiar strains of Für Elise or Amazing Grace will have a little bit of blues and a pinch of ragtime and typical jazz songs like Spain by Chick Corea will include the sitar “It’s going to be a bit more risky playing all these songs that the audience already knows” says Sebastian “But a whole lot more fun and anyway we’re risk-takers” Rhys Sebastian will be performing at the NCPA Mumbai on February 20 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Dubai | Published: November 15 2016 8:39 pm Rory McIlroy is fourth on the list and needs to triumph in Dubai with Henrik Stenson finishing outside the top 45 (Source: Reuters) Top News Four-times major winner Rory McIlroy has effectively given up on his chances of finishing the season as European number one at this week’s DP World Tour Championship in Dubai The 27-year-old is chasing his third consecutive European money-list title but recognises that Swedes Henrik Stenson and Alex Noren and Danny Willett of England are in a better position McIlroy is fourth on the list and needs to triumph in Dubai with Stenson finishing outside the top 45 Willett failing to make the top five and Noren the top two “Mathematically I can win but it’s not going to happen I wouldn’t hold my breath” the Northern Irishman told reporters on Tuesday “I think the three guys that are ahead of me are playing very good golf especially Henrik and Alex I don’t expect those guys to play badly this week so I’m just concentrating on trying to win the golf tournament” A more realistic goal for McIlroy is to jump from second to first in the world rankings displacing Australian Jason Day at the top “I know if I win this tournament I’ll finish the year at world number one so it’s a big incentive for me” he said “It would be nice to have that little bit of momentum going into next year” McIlroy has a good record in the European Tour’s season-ending event with two wins and only one finish outside the top 10 in seven visits “It’s always good to be back here” he said “It doesn’t seem like seven years ago we played our first one here in 2009 “I have great memories from this place Last year I had a great battle with Andy Sullivan and was able to come out on top so I’m looking forward to the week “I feel like my game is in pretty good shape I’ve played this course pretty well in the past and hopefully can play it just as well if not better this week” McIlroy said The $8 million Dubai tournament starts on Thursday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsKanpur:Captain Virat Kohli said he is not overlyworried about the Indian Test team’s recent struggles againstspinners but added thatthey are working on this aspect sincea side that aspires to be champion can’t leave any windowfor the opposition to exploit Sri Lankan spinner Rangan Herath had wreaked havoc lastyear during aTest in Galle where India struggled to chase 176and were all out for 112 Herath tookseven wickets inthe second innings to spell doom for the visitors? 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