One Night in Paris – The Exciter Tour 2001 – A Live DVD by Anton Corbijn is a video release by Depeche Mode, featuring an entire concert from their 2001 Exciter Tour, shot at the Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy on 9 and 10 October 2001. Although the cover only lists the second date, material from the first was used, as "It Doesn't Matter Two" was only played on the 9th; that song was replaced by "Sister Of Night" the next day. Many fans were disappointed to see the popular song "Clean" not included, Condemnation taking its place in the film, it was directed and filmed by Anton Corbijn, released in 2002. The first disc features the full concert, while the second disc contains documentaries on the movie, interviews with the band, extra songs, tour projections, more; the DVD was directed by the band's long-time artistic collaborator Anton Corbijn at the sold-out Palais Omnisports de Paris Bercy in front of 16,000 people. The concert film was shot on anamorphic 16:9 Digital Betacam using 13 cameras.
DVD – double-disc DVD release, DVD 1 containing 20 tracks with the Exciter Tour concert recorded between 9–10 October 2001, DVD 2 containing 9 tracks, with the Making Of the DVD. UMD Europe and USA – 1-disc UMD, entitled One Night In Paris – A Live Film by Anton Corbijn, containing 20 tracks with the Exciter Tour concert recorded between 9–10 October 2001. VHS Europe – Europe-only VHS release, entitled One Night In Paris – A Live Concert by Anton Corbijn, containing 20 tracks with the Exciter Tour concert recorded between 9–10 October 2001. Dave Gahan – lead vocals Martin Gore – guitar, backing vocals, lead vocals on "It Doesn't Matter Two", "Breathe", "Home", "Sister Of Night", "Surrender" Andy Fletcher – keyboards, backing vocals Christian Eigner – drums Peter Gordeno – keyboards, backing vocals Jordan Bailey – backing vocals Georgia Lewis – backing vocals One Night in Paris on IMDb
Rory Yeomans is a British historian, a senior international research analyst at the International Directorate of the United Kingdom Ministry of Justice. Yeomans received his PhD from the School of Slavonic and East European Studies at University College London in 2005, he was a member of the School of Historical Studies at the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton University. He has held fellowships at the University of Oxford, the Centre for Advanced Study in Bulgaria and the Wiener Wiesenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies, as well as a European Holocaust Research Infrastructure fellowship with the Bundesarchiv in Berlin, his main research interests lie in the interdisciplinary cultural and economic history of the Independent State of Croatia and socialist Yugoslavia, comparative fascism with an emphasis on non-elite histories. His best known work, Visions of Annihilation: The Ustasha Regime and the Cultural Politics of Fascism, 1941-1945, is considered an important English language contribution to the historiography of the Ustasha regime.
Visions of Annihilation: The Ustasha Regime and the Cultural Politics of Fascism, 1941-1945. ISBN 978-0-82297-793-3 Racial Science in Hitler's New Europe, 1938-1945, co-edited with Anton Weiss-Wendt. ISBN 978-0-80324-507-5 The Utopia of Terror: Life and Death in Wartime Croatia. ISBN 978-1-58046-545-8
Rahimtulla Mahomed Sayani, was an Indian politician who served as the President of the Indian National Congress for a term in 1896, succeeding Surendranath Banerjea. Rahimtullah M Sayani, born in 1847, belonged to a Khoja Muslim Community, who were the disciples of the Aga Khan. Rahimtullah M Sayani was western educated, a Lawyer by profession who achieved public eminence and professional excellence, he was elected as a member of the Bombay Municipal Corporation and was the Sheriff of Bombay in 1885 elected as President of the Corporation in 1888, he was elected twice to the Bombay Legislative Council and was elected to the Imperial Legislative Council. He was associated with the Indian National Congress since its inception and was one of the two Indian Muslims who attended its First Session of INC held at Bombay in 1885, where Womesh Chandra Bonnerjee was elected as the first President. In the year 1896 he presided over the 12th Annual Session of the Congress held at Calcutta. Rahimtullah M Sayani was the second Muslim to serve as president after Badruddin Tyabji.
As Congress president, his address to the party was notable for its detailed look on the British rule's economic and financial aspects. He was a member of the Congress Executive Committee formed in 1899 as one of the representatives from Bombay, he died at his residence in Bombay on 6 June 1902. "We should endeavour to promote personal intimacy and friendship amongst all the great communities of India, to develop and consolidate sentiments of national growth and unity, to weld them together into one nationality, to effect a moral union amongst them, to remove the taunt that we are not a nation, but only a congeries of races and creeds which have no cohesion in them and to bring about stronger and stronger friendly ties of common nationality." — From the Presidential Address, I. N. C. - Rahimtulla M. Sayani I. N. C. Session, 1896, Calcutta. Indian National Congress Website