Virgil van Dijk has played down Liverpool’s 2-1 defeat at Manchester City claiming the loss will not dent the club’s title aspirations.Leroy Sane netted the winner at the Etihad to close the gap to Liverpool to four points.The Reds are set to play Espirito’s Wolves in the FA Cup on Monday night before facing Brighton on January 12, and Van Dijk remains optimistic they can last the race.“We knew it was going to be a very tough season and there will be ups and downs and Thursday was obviously a down,” said the Netherlands international via Sky.Virgil van Dijk praises Roberto Firmino after Liverpool’s win Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Virgil van Dijk hailed team-mate Roberto Firmino after coming off the bench to inspire Liverpool to a 3-1 comeback win against Newcastle United.“You just have to keep going and bounce back and that is something we are definitely going to do.“It was an intense game for both teams. They won and we are very disappointed but we will focus on recovering and making sure we are ready for the next game.“We are disappointed we lost but there is no reason for panic. For us, it was just another important Premier League game. Unfortunately, we lost and couldn’t get a result.“Fair play to City and congratulations to them but we just have to keep going.”
Every month, on the occasion of ‘Purnima’ (full moon), IGNCA organises ‘Purnima Concert’. In this series Manju Patil, Pandit Rono Majumdar, Jayanti Kumaresh, Vidushi Debasamita Bhattacharya, Pratyush Bannerjee, Vidushi M Rajam, Bhai Shastu etc. have given their presentations.So far, six ‘Purnima Concert’ gathering has been organised. The seventh event of the series was recently held in the center’s Amphitheater, in which Dr Alankar Singh presented the classical style of Gurubani Kirtan. Gurbani Kirtan was organised keeping in mind the light festival of Guru Nanak which was celebrated on November 23 across the country. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfAlankar Singh is the only and first artist to perform Gurubani Kirtan. He has been awarded the Ustad Bismillah Khan Youth Award by the Sangeet Natak Akademi and is currently working as Assistant Professor in the Music department of Punjab University. At the beginning of his singing career, Dr Alankar Singh said, “About 90 words in Guru Granth Sahib are based on Indian ragas, and there are some ragas that can be used only in Shabad. He started his singing with Tukhari Raga, whose lyrics were ‘Sahib des-bidesh aane’, after which he sang ‘Kasi Aarti Hoya pavakhand’ in Raga Dhanshree. In Raga Kirhvani, he sang ‘Kaltaran Guru Nanak aaya, Kalayuge Babe Taraa’. In the end, he sang shabad on the base of social equality in Kalavati Raga ‘Jahar Pir Jagat Baba, Kudrat kis di kare javba, Gang banaras hindaan, Muslamana makka kaba, Kar-kar Baba ga dia’. On behalf of IGNCA the Member Secretary Dr Sachchidanand Joshi honored Dr Alankar and other performers. At the event, a large number of young artists along with renowned senior artists of the country were present.
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