Crazy for You (Hedley song)

"Crazy for You" is a song recorded by Canadian pop rock band Hedley for their fifth studio album, Wild Life. It was made available for purchase on iTunes on October 22, 2013 as a promotional single supporting pre-orders of the album; the song was released as the second official single off the album on January 20, 2014 through Universal Music Canada. It was a success in Canada, selling over 166,000 copies. In the US, "Crazy for You" was served to hot adult contemporary radio through Capitol Records on March 17, 2014; the official music video for "Crazy for You" was directed by J. Lee Williams and Timur Musabay, premiered on February 14, 2014. In the clip, the band members are locked in a psychiatric hospital, from which they escape and subsequently go on the run, whereupon they discover that the world outside is different than they remember; the video was nominated for the Post-Production Video of the Year at the 2014 MMVAs, but it lost to City and Colour's "Thirst". UK CD single "Crazy for You" – 3:21 "Radio ID" – 0:04 "Song Intro" – 0:10

Parvati Devi (Ladakh politician)

Rani Parvati Devi Deskit Wangmo is the Queen mother of Ladakh and a former member of the 6th Lok Sabha. Parvati was born on 1 May 1934 at the Khangsar Palace into the Royal House of Khangsar, the greatest royal house of Lahaul, presently part of Lahaul and Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh to Nyima Wangyal, she received education up to fifth standard. Parvati Devi is known for her social work in Ladakh. In 1958 she became the Convener of Leh's Implementing Committee. For the 1977 Indian general election, the Indian National Congress made Devi its candidate for Ladakh constituency and its local coalition partner Jammu & Kashmir National Conference supported her. Only an independent candidate stood against her and she defeated him by a margin of 2,877 votes to become the first woman MP from Ladakh. Devi and Begum Akbar Jehan Abdullah were the only Kashmir women to win the 1977 election; the house couldn't complete its term of five years and in 1980 another election was held. This time National Conference fielded its candidate from Ladakh.

She's the president of Namgyal Institute of Research on Ladakhi Art and Culture. Parvati married the titular king of Ladakh, Kunzang Namgyal on 10 July 1950, who turned out to be an alcoholic and died at the age of 48, leaving behind Devi and their four children; as per local traditions she was supposed to marry the deceased king's brother. Instead she arranged a monthly allowance for him, he took the matter to the court and in an out-of-court settlement, gained possession of a part of the family property. She resides at the Stok Palace, which serves as a museum. During winters, she sojourns in Manali