Following the last hero team-up in the DCEU, it seemed that the franchise would be focussing more on standalone characters. But Dwayne Johnson has revealed a new DC heroes team different from the Justice League will be appearing in Black Adam. Dwayne Johnson recently announced that his much-anticipated film based on Black Adam was finally kicking off and would soon begin development. The character was planned to appear opposite Zachary Levi's Shazam but was later decided to be introduced in a standalone film. Now it has come to light that Johnson's standalone Black Adam film will also be introducing The Justice Society of America. While promoting Jumanji: The Next Level, in an interview with Comicbook.com Hart stated that he could appear in Black Adam as a sidekick. Johnson, in turn, stated that the character does not have a sidekick and said, "We're also gonna introduce JSA in Black Adam. So in JSA maybe there's a role...They have an animal, a pet." For those who might not be … [Read more...] about Dwayne Johnson Confirms DC’s Black Adam Movie will Introduce Justice Society of America
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AHMEDABAD: At a time when the population of the Great Indian Bustard (GIB) had gone drastically down from 20 in 2017 to 15 in 2018, Gujarat forest officials are battling another emergency --the solitary male GIB in the state has gone missing. The absence of the male species could affect any effort at natural reproduction and conservation of the bird. Deputy conservator of forest of Kutch (West) BJ Asari admitted that the only male GIB has been missing from the GIB National Park at Naliya in Kutch. “Teams of the forest department have been rummaging through the national park spread over 258 sq km daily in search of the male GIB for the past four months now. We fear it may have migrated to some other place due to drought in the area,” said Asari. Asari admitted that the missing bird could affect GIB conservation efforts. He hoped that the bird may return during monsoon. GIB population decreases from 20 to 15A recent International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red … [Read more...] about Gujarat: Lone male great Indian bustard goes missing!
Dandiya Utsav Saai Memorial Girls School, Sai Bhawan, Geeta Colony organised Dandiya Utsav, a cultural extravaganza, with enthusiasm. The programme started with the lighting of lamp by the school chairman Dr Parkash Keswani, principal and staff members. The programme was an amalgamation of different hues on a common theme. Students presented a scintillating invocation dance, Ganesh Vandana. Theme-based dances, both western and folk, captivated the guests. The props and costumes added colour to the festive occasion. The synchronised dance movements and foot tapping music were impressive. The mothers of students offered a special performance. The performance which drew unceasing applause was the Ramayana. Principal Dr Meenakshi Keswani proposed the vote of thanks. The programme culminated with aarti and the distribution of Prasadam. The parents, students and staff enjoyed the event. Shram Daan Class 11 students of St Mark’s Senior Secondary Public School, Meera Bagh, paid homage to … [Read more...] about Delhi school events: Saai Memorial holds cultural extravaganza
Much as a city would seem bright and beautiful during the day with perhaps the sun adding allure, dusk with its creeping shadows might change the entire scenario, injecting a sense of forbidding fear. Young Rakesh Rawat tries to capture this mood in his first feature, Midnight Delhi, part of the ongoing Film Bazaar at Panaji. Organised by the National Film Development Corporation of India, the Bazaar runs alongside the International Film Festival of India. A four-day event held annually, the Bazaar serves as a platform for scripts to be mentored by men like the legendary movie critic Derek Malcolm (who was part of institutions like The Guardian, Evening Standard and the London Film Festival), Marco Mueller (who had earlier piloted the Venice Film Festival and now heads the Pingyo Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon Film Festival in China) and for co-productions to be sought and clinched. A series on knowledge is also part of the Bazaar in addition to oven-fresh movies being screened with a … [Read more...] about At IFFI Film Bazaar, Midnight Delhi is a No-holds-barred Depiction of Crime
“When a woman is educated, she is empowered. Nothing can put her down. A platform that would give women the power to fly high and break the so-called glass ceiling has always remained a dream. I ran the idea of starting something to that effect among my friends and everyone responded positively. That’s how My Princess Foundation came about,” says New York-based cardiologist Nisha Pillai, the brain behind the organisation that is reaching out to young girls from disadvantaged backgrounds in Kerala.Ten months since its formation, the Foundation has a network of mentors and sponsors, a total of 500 people including young female students. Its first scholarship distribution eventwas held recently at the IMA House in the city.Nisha Ambady one of the nine founders (all of who are in USA), and who runs a school for underprivileged children in Phoenix, Arizona, says that the idea to do something meaningful for women back home started with the Sabarimala issue, which brought … [Read more...] about How a group of Malayali women in America are mentoring young girls in Kerala