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26 September 2018

Film industry banned vadivelu for acting movie

Director Shankar who introduced comedy legend Vadivelu as a solo hero through his production venture Imsai Arasan 23 am Pulikesi. The political satire film, directed by Chimbu Devan, went on to become a huge hit. From then on Vadivelu tried to act in similar films and failed miserably.
Film industry banned vadivelu for acting movie
Film industry banned vadivelu for acting movie

Last year, director Shankar announced that he is reuniting with Vadivelu for Imsai Arasan 24 am Pulikecei. However, the duo had a major fallout and the shooting of the film came to a standstill. Shankar approached Tamil Nadu Film Producers' Council (TFPC) to solve the issue.
The latest buzz is that the actor has been banned from acting in Tamil films. Speculations are rife that the TFPC has requested all its members not to book Vadivelu for any of their films. I
it is said that the council had to take this tough decision after Vadivelu refused to reach an amicable solution for the ongoing issue.
Initially, the Producer's Council had asked Vadivelu to pay Rs 9 crore as compensation for the losses incurred because of his non-compliance. However, the Kaththi Sandai actor ignored the Council's order.
Director Shankar paid a huge sum to Vadivelu as part of the remuneration. Further, huge sets were erected for the shooting. The actor refused to come to the shooting spot citing that the production house insulted his costume designer.(source indiatoday)

07 September 2018

TRS mla candidates list for Telangana elections 2019

 Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) announced a list of 105 candidates for elections after Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao's government dissolved the state assembly on Thursday.
Two sitting Telangana MLAs were denied tickets. B Suman, who is currently the Lok Sabha MP from Peddapalli, has been named as a candidate.
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TRS mla list 2019

The decision to dissolve the assembly was taken during a cabinet meeting.
Chandrashekhar Rao met Telangana Governor ESL Narsimhan and submitted his government's recommendation. The Governor accepted KCR's recommendation and asked him and his cabinet to take charge as the caretaker government.
Telangana voters are likely go to the polls earlier than scheduled now. The state was supposed to hold assembly elections at the same time as the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
The decision to hold early elections is being taken to ensure that the mood during the general elections next year doesn't overshadow the assembly polls.

Here is the candidate list:

Bhadradri Kothagudem

1. Bhadrachalam : Dr Thellam Venkat Rao
2. Pinapaka : Payam Venkateshwarlu
3. Ashwaraopet : Thati Venkateshwarlu
4. Yellendu : Koram Kanakaiah
5. Kothagudem : Jalagam Venkat Rao

Khammam

6. Khammam : Puvvada Ajay Kumar
7. Paleru : Tummala Nageshwar Rao
8. Wyra : Banoth Madan Lal
9. Madhira : Lingala Kamalraj
10. Sathupalli : Pidamarthi Ravi

Mahabubabad

11. Mahabubabad : Banoth Shanker Naik
12. Dornakal : D S Redya Naik

Warangal (Rural)

13. Parkala : Challa Dharma Reddy
14. Narsampet : Peddi Sudershan Reddy
15. Wardhannapet : Aroori Ramesh

Warangal (Urban)

16. Warangal West : Dasyam Vinay Bhasker
Jayashankar Bhupalapalli
17. Bhupalapalli : S Madhusudhana Chary
18. Mulugu : Ajmira Chandulal

Jangoan

19. Jangaon : Muthireddy Yadagiri Reddy
20. Station Ghanpur : Dr Thatikonda Rajaiah
21. Palakurthi : Errabelly Dayakar Rao

Nalgonda

22. Nalgonda : Kancharla Bhupal Reddy
23. Miryalaguda : N Bhasker Rao
24. Nagarjuna Sagar : Nomula Narsimaiah
25. Devrakonda : Ramavath Ravindra Kumar
26. Munugodu : Kusukuntla Prabhaker Reddy
27. Nakrekal : Vemula Veeresham

Suryapet

28. Suryapet : Gunthakandla Jagadeesh Reddy
29. Tungaturthi : Gyadari Kishore Kumar

Yadadri Bhuvanagiri

30. Aleru : Smt Gongidi Sunitha
31. Bhuvanagiri : Pylla Sekhar Reddy

Nizamabad

32. Nizamabad Urban : Ganesh Bigala
33. Nizamabad Rural : Bajireddy Goverdhan
34. Armoor : Ashannagari Jeevan Reddy
35. Balkonda : Vemula Prashanth Reddy
36. Bodhan : Shakeel Ahmed

Kamareddy

37. Banswada : Pocharam Srinivas Reddy
38. Kamareddy : Gampa Govardhan
39. Jukkal : Hanumanthu Shinde
40. Yellareddy : Enugu Ravinder Reddy

Adilabad

41. Adilabad : Jogu Ramanna
42. Boath : Rathod Babu Rao
43. Khanapur : Smt Rekha Naik

Asifabad

44. Asifabad : Smt Kova Laxmi
45. Sirpur Kagaz Nagar : Koneru Konappa

Nirmal

46. Nirmal : Allola Indra Karan Reddy
47. Mudhole : G Vittal Reddy

Mancheryal

48. Mancheryal : Nadipelli Diwakar Rao
49. Bellampally : Durgam Chinnaiah
50. Chennur : Balka Suman

Karimnagar

51. Karimnagar : Gangula Kamalakar
52. Huzurabad : Eetala Rajender
53. Manakondur : Rasamai Balakishan

Siricilla

54. Siricilla : K T Rama Rao
55. Vemulawada : Chennamaneni Ramesh

Jagityal

56. Jagityal : Dr M Sanjay Kumar
57. Korutla : Kalavakuntla Vidyasagar Rao
58. Dharmapuri : Koppula Eeshwar

Peddapally

59. Peddapally : Dasari Manohar Reddy
60. Manthani : Putta Madhukar
61. Ramagundam : Somarapu Sathyanarayana

Siddipet

62. Siddipet : Tanneru Harish Rao
63. Dubbaka : Solipeta Ramalinga Reddy
64. Gajwel : Kalvakuntla Chandrasekhar Rao
65. Husnabad : Vodithela Satish Kumar

Medak

66. Medak : Smt M Padma Devender Reddy
67. Narsapur : Chilumula Madan Reddy

Sangareddy

68. Sangareddy : Chintha Prabhakar
69. Narayankhed : M Bhupal Reddy
70. Andhole : Chanti Kranthi Kiran
71. Patancheruvu : Gudem Mahipal Reddy

Mahaboobngar

72. Mahaboobngar : V Srinivas Goud
73. Jadcherla : Dr Chernakola Laxma Reddy
74. Devarakadra : Ale Venkateshwar Reddy
75. Narayanpet : S Rajender Reddy
76. Makthal : Chittem Ram Mohan Reddy

Nagarkurnool

77. Nagarkurnool : Marri Janardhan Reddy
78. Kollapur : Jupally Krishna Rao
79. Achampet : Guvvala Bal Raj
80. Kalwakurthy : G Jaipal Yadav

Wanaparthy

81. Wanaparthy : Singi Reddy Niranjan Reddy
Gadwal
82. Gadwal : Bandla Krishna Mohan Reddy
83. Alampur : Vallur Mallepogu Abraham

Vikarabad

84. Parigi : Koppula Mahesh Reddy
85. Thandur : Patnam Mahender Reddy
86. Kodangal : Patnam Narender Reddy

Rangareddy

87. Shadnagar : Y Anjaiah Yadav
88. Rajendra Nagar : T Prakash Goud
9. Maheshwaram : Teegala Krishna Reddy
90. Ibrahimpatnam : Manchireddy Kishan Reddy
91. Serilingam Pally : Arekapudi Gandhi
92. L B Nagar : Muddagoni Rammohan Goud
93. Chevella : Kale Yadaiah

Malkajgiri-Medchal

94. Quthbullapur : K P Vivekananda
95. Kukatpally : Madavaram Krishna Rao
96. Uppal : Bethi Subhash Reddy

Hyderabad

97. Secunderabad : T Padma Rao Goud
98. Sanath Nagar : Talasani Srinivas Yadav
99. Cantonment : G Sayanna
100. Jubilee Hills : Maganti Gopinath
101. Yakathpura : Sama Sundar Reddy
102. Chandrayana Gutta : M Seetharam Reddy
103. Karwan : T Jeevan Singh
104. Bahdurpura : Inayath Ali Baqri
105. Nampally : Munukuntla Anand Goud

(source indiatoday)

30 May 2018

Sanju movie Trailer Launch Ranbir Kapoor as Sanjay Dutt

Sanju movie Trailer Launch Ranbir Kapoor as Sanjay Dutt
Sanju movie Ranbir Kapoor as Sanjay Dutt
The trailer of Sanju, the most awaited film of the year, is finally here. Starring Ranbir Kapoor as Sanjay Dutt, this biopic traces the controversial life of Dutt.

The trailer is a testament to Ranbir Kapoor’s talent. We see him narrating Sanju’s life but it looks like the primary focus of the film will be around the 1993 bomb blast case for which Sanjay Dutt was convicted and spent a considerable amount of time in jail. The jail scenes in the trailer are quite impactful as we hardly expect mainstream films to show such harsh reality on the silver screen. The film also chronicles Sanjay Dutt’s troubles with drugs.

Sanju’s trailer also showcases the bond that Dutt shared with his father Sunil Dutt. Paresh Rawal plays this role and through his dialogues, we see how strongly Sunil Dutt believed in his son.

Ranbir Kapoor’s look as Sanjay Dutt stands out in this trailer. Every look that he dons, is simply spot on. Be it his Munnabhai avatar or the look that he sported in the early 2010s, Ranbir surely looks the part and with the acting chops that he possesses, one can be sure that this film will be a treat to watch.

When the first pictures of Ranbir Kapoor as Sanjay Dutt were leaked on the internet, it left many fans quite surprised as Kapoor had managed to look exactly like Sanjay Dutt. Rajkumar Hirani, who is directing Sanju, has worked with Sanjay on the Munnabhai series and PK as well.

Sanjay Dutt is the son of veteran actors Sunil Dutt and Nargis Dutt and made his debut in the movies during the 1980s. Sanjay Dutt was known as the notorious bad boy of Bollywood in the 90s and it looks like this film will cover that aspect of his life as well.(source msn)

29 May 2018

India will keep Mallya in same jail where British kept Nehru and Gandhi

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, on Monday, addressed the media about four years of Modi government.Responding to a reporter's question about Vijay Mallya, Sushma Swaraj told the media that India is continuously pursuing legal options.
Mallya in same jail where British kept Nehru and Gandhi
Mallya in same jail where British kept Nehru and Gandhi

Sushma Swaraj said that when PM Modi met British PM Theresa May he told her that the jails in India are the same jails that Britishers used to imprison Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru.

12 May 2018

13 Years Kurnool boy marries 23 years old woman to fulfil mother wish

A 13-year-old boy was married off to a woman ten years his senior at Upparahal village in Andhra Pradesh’s Kurnool district late last month, police said on Saturday.
13 Years Kurnool boy marries 23 years old woman to fulfil mother wish
13 Years Kurnool boy marries 23 years old woman to fulfil mother wish

Local residents said the ceremony was conducted because the boy’s terminally ill mother wanted the family to have an adult woman capable of performing household chores after her demise.

Although the boy’s marriage with the 23-year-old woman was allegedly solemnised at their residence on April 27, local authorities came to know about it only after photographs of the ceremony went viral on the social media.

The bride happened to be the daughter of a couple from Chanikanur village in Karnataka’s Bellary district. Both the families have reportedly gone missing ever since the bizarre nuptial ceremony came to light. A team of government officials led by district women development and child welfare officer Sharada and local tahsildar Srinivasa Rao visited Upparahal to probe the wedding, only to find their house locked.

Local residents said the terminally ill woman and her husband are agricultural labourers who lead a hand-to-mouth existence. “As the woman’s husband is an alcoholic, she was worried that nobody would be there to take care of the family after her death. She believed that the family would at least have somebody to take care of domestic chores if her eldest son was married off to an adult woman,” a neighbour said on the condition of anonymity, adding that the couple has two sons and two daughters.

It was then that the woman heard from a couple of relatives in a neighbouring Karnataka village who also wanted to get their daughter married off. She contacted them, and the two families decided to go ahead with the marital alliance. According to the invitation card, the wedding began on April 23 with prayers being offered to village deities and ended at 3.05 am on April 27.

“The marriage will be cancelled as it is not valid as per law. If the parents do not hand the bride and the groom over to the district authorities within two days, we will a file a case against them,” said tahsildar Srinivasa Rao.

The boy’s parents could not be reached for comment as their mobile phone was switched off.(source hindustanitimes)

06 May 2018

Jiwaji University

Jiwaji University
Jiwaji University
Jiwaji University  started it own post-graduate teaching and research from the session 1966-67 with the establishment of Schools of Studies in Botany and Zoology. The Schools of Studies in Physics, Chemistry and Ancient History, Culture and Archaeology were started from the session 1969-70.
Jiwaji University
Jiwaji University

The School of Studies in Economics and Mathematics came into existence from the session 1978-79, which the School of Studies in Commerce started from the session 1980-81 and that of Biochemistry from the session 1986-87. The School of Studies in Computer Science & Application came into existence from the session 1995-1996 and running MCA and BCA courses.
Jiwaji University (JU), is an public affiliating university situated in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, India. The name comes from that of George Jivajirao Scindia of Gwalior. The university was established on May 23, 1964 and Sarvapelli Radhakrishnan, the President of India, laid the foundation stone of the University Campus on December 11, 1964. It is fully accredited by the Indian  government.
Jiwaji University
Jiwaji University
The University offers affiliation to institutions of higher learning in six districts of Gwalior and Chambal Division: Gwalior, Morena, Bhind, Guna, Shivpuri and Datia. It started with 29 affiliated colleges and now more than 300 colleges are affiliated.


Indira Gandhi National Open University

Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) was established by  an Act of Parliament in 1985.
Today it serves the educational aspirations of about 1.5 million students in India and 35 countries abroad through 11 Schools of Studies and an elaborate network of 58 regional centres , 7 sub- regional centres , 1400 study centres, and 41 overseas centres. Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU)
Indira Gandhi National Open University
is making all efforts to take higher education to the doorsteps of the hitherto unreached. As of now, we cater to about 10% of all students enrolled in higher education in the country are enrolled with IGNOU.Placement Services in Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) is making arrangements with multi-national corporations and IT Compnaies for placement of its various students in the areas of Information Technology and communication services. Top Recruiting Companies: Max New York Life Insurance Company Limited, Aegis, ICICI Bank
Apart from teaching and research, extension and training form the  mainstay of its academic activities. It also acts as a national resource centre; and more importantly, functions as an apex body to promote and maintain standards of distance education. Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has its presence in 35 countries. The Commonwealth of Learning has recognised it as one of its centres of excellence. It also has the unique privilege of hosting the Secretariats of SAARC Consortium of Open Distance Learning (SACODiL) approved by Heads of Govts.


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