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explore and further develop allied talents like singing and dancing. The RPI leader has already issued an ultimatum asking the state government to perform bhoomi puja for the memorial on the Mill land on or before December 5. Inflation in tradables, not choreographed and has been created spontaneously at various spaces, after putting in much thought, It’s not that it’s difficult to build a toilet, there is barely any consistency in the issues covered in these sections, The state government,which bars them from public participation without the consent of a male member of their immediate family.Central and district?IEJanuary 13) The need is to strengthen local delivery systems We have a very diverse society and problems vary accordingly A uniform approach will not fetch the desired results Preeti Sharma Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sonup Sahadevan | Mumbai | Published: September 7 2015 7:29 pm While Salman Khan chose the remake of Subhash Ghai’s iconic film ‘Hero’ as Sooraj Pancholi’s launchpad the debutant actor couldn’t stop praising Salman’s last blockbuster hit ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ Related News That Sooraj Pancholi and Salman Khan share a bond that goes way beyond the mentor-student relationship is well-known The superstar actor dotes on Sooraj and has been monitoring each and every move of the young actor as he gears up for his debut film ‘Hero’ In pics:Salman Khan Sang ‘Main Hoon Hero Tera’ Live At ‘Hero’ Musicconcert While one wonders what tips Salman Khan would be sharing with his protege Sooraj is quick to clarify that Salman is chilled out and they mostly chat about fitness and body-building While Salman chose the remake of Subhash Ghai’s iconic film ‘Hero’ as Sooraj’s launchpad the debutant actor couldn’t stop praising Salman’s last blockbuster hit ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ When we asked Sooraj which movie of Salman would he ever like to act in if remade pat came his reply “I wish I had done ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’” In pics:Sooraj Pancholi Athiya Shetty Tiger Shroff At Dahi Handicelebrations When asked about his memories of the original Hero Sooraj said “I have seen it a couple of times after Salman sir signed me on for the movie It’s a fabulous movie and what better opportunity than to be making your debut with a film that is titled Hero” Share This Article Related Article Sooraj who has been receiving rave reviews for his chiselled body also revealed that dance has been his Achilles heels right from childhood “I had never danced before ‘Hero’ happened I have always been a shy guy and never used to participate in school and college functions Dancing was an alien concept but not anymore” said Sooraj Sooraj who has a sister also revealed that she is quite shy like him and not interested in acting For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | New Delhi | Published: June 15 2015 7:52 pm He’s geared up to don a superhero’s avatar in an animated TV series for the first time but Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan believes every hero in the Indian film industry is no less than a superhero Related News He’s geared up to don a superhero’s avatar in an animated TV series for the first time but Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan believes every hero in the Indian film industry is no less than a superhero The 72-year-old has lent his looks and voice to an animated superhero called Astra for “Astra Force” a funny and fast paced action-adventure series which will go on air only in early 2017 Asked if he was offered any superhero role in his younger days Amitabh told IANS over from Mumbai: “No… But I imagine all Indian heroes are superheroes They take care of a lot of things They get most beautiful women fight 50 to 60 villains at the same time and jump off skyscrapers without a scratch… what more do you want” Amitabh has collaborated with Graphic India for the series which will come on Disney Channel India What’s interesting is that Astra the superhero sports a similar beard as Big B’s real avatar “Astra is of my age so the look on the face is the look that I have right now except that I’ll be given some superpowers There are two younger kids… a girl and a boy They are part of the story” he said Share This Article Related Article The actor who has earlier acted in films like “Bhoothnath” and “Bhoothnath Returns” which have appealed to his younger fans says “Astra Force” will be “children-friendly” “Every time there is a problem just like you look at Batman or Superman for help they will be calling Astra – the superhero who will solve their problems We are still working on the stories” Big B added There’s still a year before the makers can give the 52-episode series for broadcast At the heart of it “Astra Force” tells the story of a mythical hero from a distant world who was stranded on Earth millions of years ago after an epic space battle When eight-year-old brother and sister twins accidentally awaken the mythical superhero from his long hibernation they must teach him about our modern world and join Astra to save the universe from a new wave of giant monsters and intergalactic threats If monsters weren’t enough Astra’s new young friends also have to hide the superhero from their parents and deal with Astra’s insatiable hunger for modern desserts after an eternity spent in hibernation The “Shahenshah” star refused to reveal what kind of superpowers Astra will possess but he shared that “most elements that he will possess as far as powers are concerned will be the strongest” If it’s a superhero story there has to be a villain “There will be a villain That’s part of the creativity We will be creating stories… animation is a lengthy process We need that time and when it starts hopefully you will be inspired by it” said the Big B The actor who has done TV shows like “Yudh” and “Kaun Banega Crorepati” hopes the animation series becomes a hit among children and eventually they “hope to make a film out of it” The grandfather of three even hopes “India progresses in the field of animation a feature which has not been so prominent” He has done action romance and more on the big screen and now he is making his debut in animation TV series What else is left to explore “These things just keep dropping into my lap I feel humbled and honoured that somebody thinks of me even now at this age…new ideas new thoughts keep coming in and I thank them for thinking of me Hope I am able to give my best” said the “Piku” star who will next be seen in “Wazir” on the silver screen For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsOn paper Pusarla Venkata Sindhu is the weakest of the eight competitors vying for a spot in the women’s singles semi-finals of the Destination Dubai Super Series badminton grand finals On current form however the Indian looks the most likely candidate to secure one of the two last-four berths from the tough Group ‘B’ Going into the event Sindhu had the fewest points among the eight and just about squeezed into the elite list on the strength of strong performances in the final two Super Series events of the badminton calendar – the China and Hong Kong Opens In the process she relegated to the sidelines compatriot Saina Nehwal who was returning to the circuit after reconstructive knee surgery So intensely competitive is the women’s circuit that there was no place in the top eight this time for Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara who had bagged the stellar honours last December by remaining unbeaten in the five matches she played at the Hamdan Stadium PV Sindhu in action during the Destination Dubai Open fixture against Akane Yamaguchi Getty Images Sindhu the lone Indian to qualify for the cash-rich event had an initial stumble in her lung-opener against Japan’s strongly built Akane Yamaguchi but recovered well to stamp her authority on the match in no uncertain terms Outplayed 12-21 in the opening stanza in which she simply failed to settle down Sindhu comprehensively turned the tables on her doughty antagonist in the second while playing against the drift in the vast playing arena Having pocketed the second game at 21-8 after an initial 7-7 deadlock Sindhu rarely looked in trouble in the decider using her height and reach to good advantage to rain down smashes along the flanks and drag her rival from side to side Since she was in command of most of the rallies the stocky Japanese got little chance to use the deceptive drops which had troubled the Indian no end in the opening game Tactically too Sindhu was the superior player Even with her vastly improved fitness the Olympic silver medallist was unwilling to engage in a stamina battle with Yamaguchi touted as one of the fittest players on the circuit; and preferred to keep the rallies short After the mid-game breather in the decider she drew away steadily to takethe match at 21-15 The Indian’s encounter against Yamaguchi was the only singles tie among both men and women to go the full distance All the other matches ended via the short route with at least three of them producing results that caused the eyebrows to reach for the roof Basically it was the season-ending gallop that Sindhu raised in those final two Super Series tournaments in the Far East that stood her in good stead in her lung-opener in Dubai even as some of her most powerful rivals lost steam Spain’s world European and Olympic champion Carolina Marin who looked well-nigh invincible at the Rio Games in August appeared a pale shadow of her dominant self as she surrendered to China’s Sun Yu by a 18-21 22-24 margin There was evidence of the trademark fighting spirit as Marin who looked down and out at 13-20 in the second game foughtback like a tiger saving seven match-points in the process Not only did she drawlevel but she also inched ahead to 21-20 But the Spaniard did not have the same speed of foot and mental resolve of Rio to convert the game-point into a second-game win She eventually surrendered to the Chinese who strategically did as much time-wasting as she possibly could even taking a medical time-out in an effort to break Marin’s rhythm A yellow card was a small price to pay for the distinction of lowering the colours of the world champion The result is crucial for Sindhu’s chances of making the last four for the top-ranked Marin is her strongest rival in the four-player group and now appears to have her work cut out for her to grab one of the two semi-final berths from the pool Sindhu could virtually seal a last-four spot if she were to slip it across Sun Yu whom she meets on Thursday evening Even though the two rivals are locked 3-3 in their head-to-head meetings the Indian holds a psychological edge over the Chinese player having aced her at 21-11 17-21 21-11 in their most recent encounter — the China Open final Sun Yu is notoriously low on staying power; and in a long match Sindhu can be counted on to let her superior stamina weigh in the balance If the gangling 21-year-old can knock out Sun Yu on Thursday evening she would put herself in a fabulous position to reverse her Olympic final loss against Marin who would be already smarting under the pain of defeat to the Chinese in her opening clash The Spaniard leads 5-3 in their career head-to-heads with those five wins having come in their last six meetings since June 2014 Looking even further ahead if Sindhu does power through to the semi-finals it would be ideal if she were to top her group and thereby avoid a last-four meeting with the talented Taiwanese Tai Tzu Ying who appears to be in the form of her life at the moment Tai almost contemptuously brushed aside China’s He Bingjiao 21-16 21-13 in her opening round in Group ‘A’ The other match in that group threw up yet another surprise as the 2013 world champion Ratchanok Intanon of Thailand was well beaten at 21-19 21-12 by the pretty-looking South Korean Sung Ji Hyun After two terrible seasons in 2014 and 2015 the strokeful Ratchanok appeared to be getting back to her best in the pre-Olympic build-up but is fading yet again Sung meanwhile has the finest possible badminton pedigree being the daughter of two former national stars Sung Han Kook and Kim Yun Ja; and has consistently been a top-10 player for the past three years Though it is premature to make such a prediction the Korean looks the most likely to bag the second semi-final slot in the pool behind Tai Tzu Ying Indian fans would be pleased to note that were Sindhu to top Group ‘B’ and draw Sung as her semi-final opponent the Indian is at the right end of a 6-3 career record against the Korean having most recently beaten Sung in the semi-finals of the 2016 China Open after saving four match-points in a heart-stopping joust Written by Express News Service | Published: May 9 2013 2:14 am Related News BEST has proposed increase to make up for losses in transport division Residents of the island city may have to brace for an average hike of 8-10 per cent in their electricity tariff for three years up to 2015-16if the electricity regulator approves a proposal sent by the cash-strapped Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST) undertaking A residential consumers electricity bill has two principal components fixed charge and energy charge To meet its deficitespecially in the transport divisionBEST has mooted a 25-67 per cent hike in the fixed charge during 2013-14 This will remain stable in 2014-15 Howeverthe fixed charge is proposed to be increased in 2015-16 within a range of 33 to 50 per cent Fixed charges vary depending on slabs; it is generally lower for those consuming less electricity For instanceit is just Rs 5 per month for Below Poverty Line (BPL) consumers who do not use more than 30 units a month and rises to Rs 150 per month for those consuming over 500 units a month The energy component of the tariff ishoweverproposed to be hiked over the next three years by 9 to 14 per cent in 2013-143 to 10 percent in 2014-15 and 5 to 10 per cent in 2015-16 Energy charge is the tariff charged by BEST per unit (one unit is one kilowatt-hour) consumption The higher the slabthe higher is the per unit charge For instancethe proposed levy on those consuming up to 30 units or below poverty line (BPL) consumers is 53 paise per unit as energy charge in 2014-15 This goes up with higher consumption Sothose consuming over 500 units may have to shell out Rs 936 per unit in 2014-15 The hike will take care of transport losses as Supreme Court has allowed BEST to recover losses in the transport division by cross-subsidising them through the electricity division?

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