Ayushmann Khurana starrer 'Article 15' has reached a new milestone and crossed the 50 Crore mark at the Box Office, within just 13 days of its release. It opened its way into widespread praise and acclaim and ever since then, the film has seen a great footfall in the theatres, resulting into the film collecting a whopping 50.83 crores on its thirteenth day alongside garnering high praises for its gritty story and incredible performances! It's a great feeling when films like 'Article 15' do well at the theatres. It’s one key thing to note when the audience acknowledges and appreciates relevant content which is also inspired by real incidents. The Anubhav Sinha directorial is a stark reminder of the deep-rooted issues of our country, highlighted by the heroic character of Ayushmann Khurrana. The movie is the most realistic investigative drama which is inspired by real-life incidents. From Dalit rapes to other atrocities, 'Article 15' gets a hold of the social nerve of the society … [Read more...] about Ayushmann Khurrana’s ‘Article 15’ Touches New Milestone; Crosses 50 Crore Mark At Box Office!
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More than 100 Tibetan Buddhist monks and nuns gathered in Lhasa, capital of Tibet autonomous region on Sept 16, for a calligraphy competition to mark the 70th anniversary of the People's Republic of China. Sonam Tsering, head of the city's religious affairs bureau, said the monks and nuns participating in the completion came from the monasteries of the city's eight counties and districts, including the Jokhang Temple, monasteries of Drepung, Gandan, and Sera. "Conducting such a competition can help promote ethnic traditional culture in one way and on the other hand, it provides the monks and nuns a stage for exchanges and communications. We will conduct similar activities in the future to help raise monks' interest in learning," he said. … [Read more...] about Lhasa calligraphy competition marks PRC 70th anniversary
Since its release, 'Article 15' has been making headlines for all the right reasons. The Ayushman Khurrana starrer has been garnering appreciation from its peers, audiences and everyone else around. The applauds for the movie have been pouring in and one such example is one of our nation's biggest and most trusted brands that is known for making doodles on trending news in and around the world- 'Article 15' gets one as well! With a doodle to pay tribute to the real storyline that the movie portrays, the brand has shared “Farq laayenge, Makhan Khayenge”, inspired by the popular catchphrase ‘Ab farq laayenge’ which has gripped the name with Ayushmann in a cop avatar as a caricature character alongside the iconic character from the brand, Amul. #Amul Topical: #Article15, hard hitting Bollywood film! pic.twitter.com/Zkbc2dZ6JR — Amul.coop (@Amul_Coop) July 9, 2019 'Article 15' an important film in Indian cinema: Ayushmann Khurrana 'Article 15' is … [Read more...] about ‘The real Article’; Iconic doodle to mark Ayushmann Khurrana’s ‘Article 15’ wide success!
Email By Eugene Boisvert Updated November 11, 2018 16:16:28 Photo: Adelaide Festival of Ideas executive producer Sandy Verschoor is the city's new Lord Mayor. (ABC Radio Adelaide: Brett Williamson) Related Story: Council elections in South Australia enjoying elevated interest Related Story: Should party politics be involved in council elections? Related Story: Who puts the 'lord' in lord mayor? Map: Adelaide 5000 A wave of women has taken control during South Australia's council elections, including at Adelaide City Council, where Sandy Verschoor has been elected as Lord Mayor.She received 3,596 first-preference votes to defeat lawyer Mark Hamilton on 2,330.The state's four largest councils — Onkaparinga, Salisbury, Port Adelaide Enfield and Charles Sturt — also look set to be led by female mayors.The two largest cities outside of Adelaide — Mt Gambier and Whyalla — also have new female mayors.Campbelltown, Adelaide Hills, Walkerville, Mitcham, … [Read more...] about South Australian council elections see wave of women take control
Email By Leah MacLennan and Simon Royal Posted December 01, 2017 13:51:31 Photo: At least 11 MPs will not contest the next election and have been farewelled from Parliament. (ABC News: Nick Harmsen) Related Story: Veteran SA MPs to quit at next election Related Story: SA Health Minister Jack Snelling resigns from Cabinet Map: Adelaide 5000 South Australia's Parliament has wrapped up for the year following yesterday's final sitting day, and when it returns in 2018 it will be full of new faces.Between now and then there is a state election, which is likely to see a few old chums turfed out.At least 11 MPs are retiring — from Labor's ranks Cabinet ministers Gail Gago, Steph Key, Jennifer Rankine and Paul Caica will go.From the Opposition, this week marks the last for shadow ministers Steven Griffiths, Michael Pengilly and Mitch Williams.The changing of the guard in South Australia's Parliament will usher out decades of political experience, with the following four … [Read more...] about South Australia’s retiring MPs: Who’s going and how will they be remembered?