Ajay Devgn's 100th film — Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior — has created history with its compelling narrative and point-on performance of Ajay (as Tanaji Malusare), Saif Ali Khan (as Udaybhan Rathore), Kajol (Savitribai Malusare) and Sharad Kelkar (as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj). Not only did it impress the audience and critics alike, but Tanhaji also stole hearts of the real heroes of the country - the three chiefs of the Indian Armed Forces. The Indian Navy chief Admiral Karambir Singh, The Indian Army General Manoj Mukund Naravane and Indian Airforce chief Air Chief Marshal Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria along with former Indian Navy officer and Calling Sehmat author Harinder Singh Sikka among others watched the patriotic film. Untitled Carousel Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior continues to enjoy a good run at the box officeAjay Devgn, Kajol and Saif Ali Khan's Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior continues to roar at the box office. The film witnessed a huge growth at the ticket … [Read more...] about Indian Armed Forces’ chiefs watch Ajay Devgn’s Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior in Delhi
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Despite the global howling over Game of Thrones finale, Asbæk explained that the cast loved the ending and even gave it a 15-minute standing ovation when the cast first read the script. … [Read more...] about ‘Game of Thrones’ actor drops F-bomb on live TV at SAG Awards
India is home to 22 national languages, but around 1.3 million people cannot hear them, says the Census 2011. In contrasting numbers, India’s National Association for Deaf claims the number to be 18 million. Despite the staggering numbers, India has a long road ahead in creating an enabling and supportive environment for the differently-abled. While there does exist an official Indian Sign Language (ISL), its awareness among schools for the deaf is not very appealing. According to reports, India has only 700 schools for the deaf that teach sign language, and unlike Hindi and English, it is not written. This means, the deaf people will have to become well-versed in languages they have never heard or spoken of to understand the sign language. Take part in ETRise Top MSMEs, India's definitive ranking for Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises According to Janhavi Joshi, a graduate from Pune’s MIT School of Design, on numerous occasions sign language is banned in schools to … [Read more...] about Bleetech runs a TV channel for the deaf
New Delhi: Seventy one per cent of urban Indians are confident there will be pay parity for women (paid the same as men for the same work) in 2020, whereas only 44 per cent of global citizens are hopeful of the same, a survey by market research firm Ipsos said on Thursday. … [Read more...] about 71% urban Indians say pay parity for women will come in 2020
By R Venkataraman The opening lines of A Tale of Two Cities is most apt to summarize the state of the Indian stock market and the economy: The stock market that trades at highs is having the best of times whereas the faltering economic growth is facing the worst of times. It is the epoch of belief that Indian economy will hit the $5 trillion GDP mark and how it will get there is the epoch of incredulity. It is also the season of hope that worst is behind us and season of darkness, especially on various fronts like employment. And so on. During my recent travels and meetings with different types of investors and corporates of all sizes, the common question was: “Why is the market going up when the economy is struggling?” And in spite of Sensex ruling above the 40,000 mark and Nifty above 12,000, no one seems to be happy. In the past, such psychological levels have been celebrated by releasing balloons from top of stock exchanges and TV anchors coming out in their creative … [Read more...] about Rising markets, falling economy: Which indicator will reverse first?