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Battle of rights on Princess Niloufer's pictures

DECCAN CHRONICLE | S A ISHAQUI
Published Jan 12, 2016, 5:02 am IST
Updated Jan 12, 2016, 3:57 pm IST
The controversy is between a passionate fan of the Princess and curator of the Mahatma Gandhi Digital Museum in Langer Houz in the city.
Princess Niloufer
 Princess Niloufer

Hyderabad: The rights to a rare collection of photographs of Princess Niloufer have become contentious on her 100th birth anniversary.

The controversy is between Mr Arvind Acharya, a passionate fan of the Princess, and Mr Birad Rajaram Yajnik, curator of the Mahatma Gandhi Digital Museum in Langer Houz in the city.

 

Mr Acharya and Mr Yajnik have slapped legal notices on each other, claiming rights over the images.

Read: Photos displayed were not original: Acharya

An exhibition of Princess Niloufer’s photographs was inaugurated at Hotel ITC Kakatiya in the city on January 3 to mark her 100th birth anniversary, with the title, ‘No more Rafats will die’. The exhibition shifted to Salarjung Museum on Monday.

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Location: India, Telangana, Hyderabad




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