“Sometimes the simplest things are the most profound. My job is to bring out in people & what they wouldn’t dare do themselves“
Renowned Indian Music director Duo Anand- Milind kept the special party for receiving the honourable Dada Saheb Phalke Academy Award this year which also happens to be their father Chitragupta's birth centenary year where they invited friends, family and celebs from Bollywood.
Right since the silent era to today’s digital era, love stories are one of the most popular and loved genre in our Hindi films. The basic ingredients in these films might be same, but have been often presented with different backgrounds such as rich-poor, family feud, misunderstandings, inter-caste issues, religious matters and many others including the most popular, love triangles. Most of these films have big actors in order to enhance this sub-genre and keep the audience guessing till the last frame.
It was the 20th death anniversary of Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan on August 16th & singer Armaan Malik takes one of the Legend's most loved songs and adds his signature touch to it.
Literally, spine is the back bone of our existence albeit medically it is a fact. We in the modern era are dependent on this part of the body the most, be it in sports, desk work or daily choirs. With our sedentary life style and way of living it has become quite taxing. People don't find means to relax as well as time to exercise.
A soul stirring musical recording of the song "Maharas" from the film ‘Shreenathji’ ; A living God of Kaliyug'. Music is inherently divine and when the right notes are hit for a celestial power, the divinity quotient goes a notch higher. The makers of the film ‘Shreenathji’ ; A living God of Kaliyug' hosted a recording cum mini concert of one of the songs in the film "Maharas" which saw the presence of Dhrumil Kumar ji, Sadhana Sargam, Dilpi Sen, Suresh Wadkar, Shabina Khan, Dj Sheizwood, Sameer Anjaan, Dilip Shukla, Janak Sanghavi, Dhruv Sanghavi, Rajeev Srivastava, Simrann Pahwa, Neeta Reshamiya, Pandit Kiran Mishra & many more.
The film that has already made a mark before the release, Toilet - Ek Prem Katha will hit the silver screen today. The producers of Toilet, Mr Virrindra Arora, Arjun N Kapoor and Prernaa Arora of KriArj Entertainment Pvt Ltd hosted a screening of the film for their close friends yesterday, and we must say 'the stars descended on the red carpet' quite literally!
On the occasion of the 71st Independence Day of the Republic of India, August 15, 2917, the Consul General of India in Sydney unfurled the Indian National Tricolour and delivered message from the Honorable President of the Republic of India to the members of the Indian Community and Friends of India, gathered to celebrate the momentous occasion. The ceremony was followed by rendition of patriotic songs by Sydney based talents from various walks of life.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional NSW John Barilaro today announced the opening of the Growing Local Economies Fund, which will use an innovative new funding model to target $500 million in investments in business-boosting infrastructure across regional NSW.
Boosting infrastructure investment into NSW and strengthening cultural and trade ties will be the focus of Premier Gladys Berejiklian’s upcoming overseas mission to Japan and South Korea. Ms Berejiklian will embark on a five-day trade trip to Tokyo and Seoul as part of her first official overseas mission as Premier.
Kevin Naiqama could not have been prouder when he was named captain of Fiji earlier this year. When the Wests Tigers star received the honour, before the Test match against Tonga in May, he spoke of his pride in representing his fellow players as well as his family and his friends in Fiji.
India has a rich tradition of using outer space as a tool for national development. The poorest of the poor have always been the beneficiaries of India’s space technologies, from farmers to fisher folk Indian satellites touch the lives of almost the entire 1.3 billion population.
The world has discovered fast and furious ways of communicating and social media is prime among them. The Indian government has not only quickly adapted to the new technological revolution in connecting with people but also taken lead which is why five of its Twitter handles figure among the top ten most followed in the world.
Building trust between governments and citizens is fundamental to good governance. Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has been recognized as an essential tool for achieving the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set by United Nations for the welfare of mankind. It is globally recognized that ICT promotes good governance. ICT can help build trust by enabling citizen engagement in the policy process, promoting open and accountable governance.
The emerging concept of India as a “first responder” reflects the country’s growing capability and increasing willingness to assume the role of a leading power. By contributing its resources to prevent or mitigate regional and international crises, India is demonstrating its commitment as a responsible actor in the international order.