The Bombay high court has directed Amazon Prime Video to take down a Telugu movie until the makers of the film deleted a scene in which a Mumbai-based actor's photograph was allegedly used without prior permission. Photograph: Abhishek N Chinnappa/Reuters Justice Gautam Patel on Tuesday heard a defamation suit filed by model and actor Sakshi Malik against Venkateshwara Creations Pvt Ltd for allegedly using her photograph without permission in their movie. Malik's advocate Saveena Bedi said the scene showed Malik's photograph, referring to her as a commercial sex worker. 'Simply using another's image, and most especially a private image, without consent is prima facie impermissible, unlawful and entirely illegal. In a given case, it may also be defamatory, depending on the type of use,' the court said in its order. 'The fact that the image has been illicitly used is bad enough. It only makes matters worse when used in a plainly derogatory and demeaning ... » Learn More about HC asks Amazon to remove Telugu film
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Apart from being a dynamic leader, Rajiv Gandhi -- prime minister of India between October 1984 and November 1989 -- was a skillful photographer and throwback pictures of his wife Sonia Gandhi reveal his gift for preserving fine images for posterity. The Congress posted on its Instagram account some of Rajiv's photographs of Sonia. The post captioned, 'The grace and charm of #SoniaGandhi captured through the lens of #RajivGandhi' featured the United Progressive Alliance chairperson when she was young. While it is difficult to imagine her wearing anything other than her signature cotton saris, in the pictures, Sonia can be seen donning Western outfits. Everything about the snaps, from the perfectly applied lipstick and kajal to the shining long black hair falling over her shoulder, to a small but bright smile, radiates a feeling of happiness, which has been beautifully captured by Rajiv Gandhi. Sonia Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi wed in February 1968. ... » Learn More about Can you recognise this politician?
NEW DELHI: India's total Covid-19 active cases stand at 1.68 lakh with five states accounting for 84.16 per cent of the active infections, while six states and UTs have a weekly positivity rate higher than the national average of 2 per cent, the Union Health Ministry said on Tuesday. Maharashtra and Kerala alone account for 67.84 per cent of total active cases, it said. Six states and UTs including Maharashtra, Kerala, Goa, Chandigarh, Punjab and Gujarat have a weekly positivity rate higher than the national average of 2 per cent. Maharashtra leads all the states with a weekly positivity rate of 10.02 per cent, the ministry said. India's total Covid-19 active caseload stands at 1,68,358 as the country added 12,286 new cases in a span of 24 hours. The country's present active caseload now consists of 1.51 per cent of India's total infections. The ministry said 80.33 per cent of the new cases are from five states. Maharashtra continues to report the highest daily new ... » Learn More about Covid-19: Five states account for over 84 per cent of total active infections
India's total COVID-19 active cases stand at 1.68 lakh with five states accounting for 84.16 per cent of the active infections, while six states and UTs have a weekly positivity rate higher than the national average of 2 per cent, the Union health ministry said on Tuesday. IMAGE: BMC health worker checks the body temperature of passengers at Dadar station. Photograph: ANI Photo Maharashtra and Kerala alone account for 67.84 per cent of total active cases, it said. Six states and UTs including Maharashtra, Kerala, Goa, Chandigarh, Punjab and Gujarat have a weekly positivity rate higher than the national average of 2 per cent. Maharashtra leads all the states with a weekly positivity rate of 10.02 per cent, the ministry said. India's total COVID-19 active caseload stands at 1,68,358 as the country added 12,286 new cases in a span of 24 hours. The country's present active caseload now consists of 1.51 per cent of India's total infections. The ministry said 80.33 ... » Learn More about 5 states account for over 84% of active Covid cases: Govt
ITC foods has awarded the digital mandate for Bingo to Havas Creative following a multi-agency pitch. The mandate includes the complete portfolio of ITC’s salty snack offerings including sub-brands such as Bingo Chips, Mad Angles, Tedhe Medhe, NoRulz and any future launches. The account will be managed by Havas ’ Mumbai office. The mandate includes digital campaign planning, social media management, and creative thinking for the brand across all digital platforms. The agency’s focus will be on further building and strengthening equity for the brand. Aishwarya Pratap Singh, head of marketing - snacks, noodles and pasta, ITC Foods, “With the redefined media mix, and increasing role of digital in everyday lives of a consumer, Bingo aims to occupy higher mindspace of its consumers through heightened engagement on social media. We are delighted to have Havas on board as our social media partner, and we look forward to continuing the clutter-breaking, witty communication that ... » Learn More about Havas Creative India bags digital mandate for ITC’s Bingo
Photograph: Kind courtesy Mayank Agarwal/Instagram Opener Mayank Agarwal, who is yet to play a game in the India-England Test series, shared a glimpse of players' lives in the bio-secure bubble. After the third Test in Ahmedabad ended in less than two days, the players secured some much-needed time to chill and relax before the final Test begins at the N M stadium on Thursday. Mayank dubbed the photo 'The Mafia Gang @rashwin99 the Mediator #bubblelife #indiancricketteam'. The picture features Virat Kohli, Ravichandran Ashwin, K L Rahul, Hardik Pandya as well as members of the support staff. ... » Learn More about Meet Team India’s ‘Mafia Gang’
Photograph: Kind Courtesy Vinesh Phogat/Instagram Star Indian wrestler Vinesh Phogat, on Sunday, pinned 2017 world champion V Kaladzinskay to grab a gold medal at the Outstanding Ukrainian Wrestlers and Coaches Memorial tournament in Kiev, Ukraine, and returned to the mat in style after a long coronavirus-forced break. Up against the world number seven Belarusian, it was not an easy bout for the world number three Indian as the two grapplers kept testing each other with consistent attacks in the sea-saw battle in which Vinesh prevailed. Vinesh opened up a 4-0 lead in the 53kg final with a throw which she initiated with a left-leg attack but Kaladzinskay made it 4-4 with her brilliant move. Vinesh took the break leading 6-4, adding to her score with a take down, 10 seconds before the break. The Belarusian put pressure on the Indian with another four-point throw but with 25 seconds to go, Vinesh's move fetched her four more points for a 10-8 lead. She got into a ... » Learn More about Wrestling: Vinesh returns to mat with gold
New Delhi: Bollywood actress Tanishaa Mukerji might be away from the arclights but her social media posts are all drool-worthy! The stunner is currently in the Maldives, enjoying and unwinding at the picturesque island vacation spot. The stunner turned a year older on March 3 and is chilling at the stunning locale on her birthday. Tanishaa Mukerji took to Instagram and shared her posts from Maldives vacay. Take a look here: View this post on Instagram A post shared by Tanishaa Mukerji (@tanishaamukerji) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Tanishaa Mukerji (@tanishaamukerji) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Tanishaa Mukerji (@tanishaamukerji) The 43-year-old actress made her debut in movies back in 2003 with Sssshhh... Later, she was seen in ... » Learn More about Birthday girl Tanishaa Mukerji’s yoga by the beach in Maldives goes viral – Watch
Presenting the best styles from the celebrity circuit. IMAGE: First up we have the stunning Amyra Datur who wowed in a cute li'l dress with a cleavage-plunging neckline. The actor accessorised the look with stackable pieces of semi-precious chains from Joolry by Karishma. Wearing her hair straight, Amyra cut an impressive figure in the figure-hugging silhouette. Photograph: Kind courtesy Joolry by Karishma and Amyra Dastur/Instagram IMAGE: Ananya Panday brought sexy back in a white bralette, paired with tie-dye pants. With her hair tied in a neat bun, she styled to look with heart-shaped hoops. Looking effortlessly stylish in the sexy separates, she served up some serious style inspiration. Photograph: Kind courtesy Ananya Panday/Instagram IMAGE: Nia Sharma upped the hotness meter as she flashed her abs in all-black separates. She teamed her black bralette with a cropped jacket, ankle-length pants and matching boots. With her hair worn in ... » Learn More about Amyra, Ananya, Nia Rock!
China should speed up efforts in building charging infrastructure, which is one of the most important factors that will promote the electric vehicle sector, said GAC Group Chairman Zeng Qinghong. Zeng, a deputy to the National People's Congress, made public his proposals on Tuesday, as the annual meeting of the country's top legislature is to kick off on Friday. "Inconvenient charging is affecting customer experience," Zeng said. There were 1.68 million charging pillars by the end of 2020, which means that three new energy vehicles would share one, according to statistics from the country's charging infrastructure alliance. He said charging speed is another hurdle in the sector's development, and the authorities should make a nationwide plan and increase investment to solve the problem. Zeng is also proposing that the country should grow its own automotive-grade chip industry, as China aspires to take the lead in the era of smart and electric vehicles. The global ... » Learn More about GAC chairman calls for effort on EV charging network