BHOPAL: A 50-year-old man found murdered near the overhead tank at Subashnagar, under Ashbaag police station on Wednesday morning. The police registered a murder case and are searching the suspected culprit who was reportedly a friend of the man. SHO Rajeev Jangle said Ateek Khan, 50, was a rag picker and he and his friend Anna were drug addicts. They used to sit under the overhead tank and pass their time.
On Wednesday morning a worker of BMC found Ateek in a pool of blood, when he had come to open the pipeline supply valve. He reported the matter to the police and the police seized sent it for post mortem.Anna was found missing, and the police suspect Anna and Ateek had some dispute, in which Anna might have hit him with some object which resulted in the death of Ateek. The case was registered under Section 302 of IPC against the unknown person. A manhunt has been launched to arrest the culprit.
A Hindi play ‘Lucua Ka Shahnama,’ centered on radio play of ‘The Trial of Lucullus’ written by German poet and playwright Bertolt Brecht, was staged at MP School of Drama (MPSD) for the first time in the country on Wednesday. It was the second show after Tuesday. Directed by director of MPSD Sanjay Upadhyay and translated in Hindi by Kanhaiya Lal Kaithvas, the play was presented by 25 students of MPSD beautifully. Based on Lucullus’s life, the play talks about the trial of a man’s deeds and his triumphs.
‘The Trial of Lucullus’ is a short didactic radio play by Brecht written in verse. It was completed in 1940. In it, the great Roman general Lucullus appears after death before a judge and jury of the underworld, who are to decide whether he should be condemned to Hades or admitted to the Elysian fields. The jury, representing the lower classes, allows Lucullus to call as witnesses portrayed on a triumphal frieze. All the evidence is against Lucullus, except for the fact that he introduced the cherry tree to Europe, grieved over the destruction of books, and was possessed of a fine culinary experience.
Though first conceived as an opera, the text was set to music by Paul Dessau. Communist authorities banned it, causing Brecht to revise scenes and changing the title to The Condemnation of Lucullus. The revised version of The Condemnation of Lucullus premiered in 1951.