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JET AIRWAYS RECEIVES ITS 5th BOEING 737MAX

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By Vivek K. Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

Jet Airways has received its fifth Boeing 737 MAX, as part of its fleet modernization plan in line with its commitment to offer its guests a considerably superior and differentiated flying experience. Read more

DR. JEAN DREZE UNDERSCORED THE IMPORTANCE OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT IN NATION BUILDING AT THE 5TH ‘DR. VERGHESE KURIEN MEMORIAL ORATION ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT’ AT XLRI

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XLRI- Xavier School of Management recently organized the 5th “Dr Verghese Kurien Memorial Oration on Sustainable Development”. This year, Dr Jean Dreze, eminent development activist & economist delivered the oration on the topic “Economic Growth and Social Development” on 22nd September at XLRI Campus in Jamshedpur.

 

The event was also graced by Fr. E Abraham, S. J. Director of XLRI and Dr. Ashis K. Pani, Dean (Academics), XLRI and Dr. Madhukar Shukla, Chairperson, Fr. Arrupe Center for Ecology & Sustainability, XLRI.

 

In his address, Dr. Jean Dreze said, “Over four decades I have observed that India needs many more people’s scientists and people’s technicians like Dr. Kurien who take interest in everyday technology and people’s basic needs and not just sophisticated technology like biometrics and artificial intelligence. The consequence of this disinterest and lack of innovation in everyday technology is a remarkable stagnation of everyday technologies and correspondingly the existence of whole range of occupations that may be described as stagnant occupations because they are more or less the same functionality that used to be for many decades. The entire rural sector, for example in Jharkhand, is lost in that kind of stagnant occupation despite having so much local resources for example mushrooms, honey, tendu, mahua, etc. To improve people’s livelihood and well-being, without causing the sort of environmental destruction that we are witnessing today we need many more Dr. Kuriens”. Read more

Ramola Bachchan presents the 5th edition of the luxury home décor exhibition Housefull

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OCTOBER, HouseFull - a home decor show, is expected to create a big buzz in the city and gather the crème da le crème to The Ashok, New Delhi on 26th and 27th of October 2018.

 

This year the capital will witness participations from established brands as MAC Bruzae, 3M India, Murano Glass, Lexicon Art Gallery, Devika Diwan, Arty Aunt, Vanessa Homez, Gallery Splash and many other leading brands.

 

This two-day home decor show will showcase the latest trends in furniture, home accessories, artworks, soft furnishing, lighting, rugs, outdoor furniture, gift items and much more. HouseFull sees visitors from various fields including architects, interior designers, bulk buyers and real estate companies. The USP of this exhibition according to her lies in how beautifully the show absorbs both, luxury and consumer-friendly brands, making it a show not-to-be-missed. This year’s edition is scheduled pre-Diwali, when most of the home shopping takes place in India. Visitors also include consumer database of over 12,000 elite shoppers that regularly attend their fashion & lifestyle exhibitions. Read more

XLRI TO ORGANISE 5th ‘DR. VERGHESE KURIEN MEMORIAL ORATION ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT’

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Fr. E Abraham, Director of XLRI

XLRI- Xavier School of Management is all set to organize the 5th ‘Dr Verghese Kurien Memorial Oration on Sustainable Development’ in memory of the Founder of AMUL Dr. Verghese Kurien, otherwise known as “the Milkman of India” on 22nd September, 2018 at XLRI Campus, Jamshedpur.

This year, the oration is to be delivered by Noted Development Activist & Economist, Dr. Jean Dreze. He would deliver the oration on the topic “Economic Growth and Social Development”.

Fr. E Abraham, S. J. Director of XLRI commented, “Dr. Verghese Kurien was a thinker, a revolutionary and a social entrepreneur who ideated the world’s biggest agricultural development programme. It was his “billion-litre idea” which made dairy farming India’s largest self-sustaining industry, with benefits of employment, incomes, credit, nutrition, education, heath, gender parity & empowerment, breaking down caste barriers and grassroots democracy and leadership. XLRI instituted the oration in his memory with the aim to commemorate his legacy through propagating and disseminating the idea of an empowered, equitable and sustainable society.” Read more

SHIMONA NATH WINS THE TITLE FOR THE 5th EDITION OF SANTOOR GOLD FEMINA STYLISTA SOUTH 2018

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5th EDITION OF SANTOOR GOLD FEMINA STYLISTA SOUTH 2018 in Bengaluru

After putting together a successful edition in the North this year, Femina, India’s leading women’s brand presented the 5th Edition ofFeminaStylista South for aspiring fashionistas in the region. It has already carved a niche across the nation with consecutive editions in the North, West, and South. The gala night was held at Gokulam Grand Hotel & Spa, Bangalore. The talent hunt witnessed the participants put together a power-packed show, bringing the best of beauty and intelligence on a single stage. Amongst these talented young girls,Shimona Nath was announced as the title winner, while Vaishali Rajput and AishwaryaBaruah won the 1st and 2nd runners-up titles, respectively. Read more

5th Veda Session with Tanmay Bhat At Whistling Woods International

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Tanmay Bhat with students of WWI

The cultural hub of Whistling Woods International, reverberated with laughter and immense enthusiasm as the comedy- Tanmay Bhat narrated his tryst with comedy with the students of WWI. ‘With a motto’ to be a strong promoter of the present-day pop-culture, he described his journey into the world of stand-up comedy.

In a light-hearted yet informative session moderated by Chaitanya Chinchlikar, Tanmay highlighted the important and the otherwise serious aspects of comedy. “I became funny so that people would like me as I did not like myself for the longest time”- revealed Tanmay while he narrated his inclination towards comedy. Tanmay shared how comedy was an instinct for him and hence he used it as a method to ‘fit-in’ during his childhood. On preaching the students about following a career path with honesty and love, he said, ‘Decisions that I made have never been money or strategy driven. I follow what I am most excited and passionate about’. Further, in the conversation, he discussed his past projects and mentioned the technical aspects involved in various mediums of comedy. Read more

Dharamshala International Film Festival (DIFF) announces the 5th Edition of the DIFF Film Fellows Programme focussing specifically on filmmakers from Himachal Pradesh.

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The Dharamshala International Film Festival is pleased to announce the DIFF Film Fellows Programme 2018. The Film Fellows initiative, which saw its inception in 2014, aims to encourage and develop filmmaking talent in the Indian Himalayan regions by offering mentorship opportunities with established filmmakers.

 

This year, the programme will focus specifically on filmmakers from Himachal Pradesh. Read more

5th Annual 2018 Oakville Diwali Gala to Raise Funds For OTMH

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Plans are underway for the 5th Annual 2018 Oakville Diwali Gala, Oakville’s largest South Asian gala, in support of OTMH (Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital). On September 14th more than 500 guests will enjoy a royal evening as Oakville Diwali presents Rang Mahal, a Palace of Colours at the Lakeshore Convention Centre.

Diwali, The Festival of Lights & Joy, is celebrated by millions all around the world. Culturally and spiritually rooted within the South Asian community, its signifies the victory of light over darkness, good over evil, knowledge of ignorance, and hope over despair. Read more

Saurabh Daftary, Founder of Sangeetam Charitable Trust along with Co-Trustees Padamshri Anup Jalota and Padmashri Hariharan announced 5th edition of “Rehmatein”, music concert at Marine Drive

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Anup Jalota, Saurabh Daftary & Hariharan

“Sangeetam Charitable Trust”, which has been extending Financial support, to Artists from the music fraternity for last five years is organising the 5th edition of Rehmatein music concert. Saurabh Daftary invited Padamshri Anup Jalota and Hariharan to announce the event details . This year more than 30 needy and deserving musicians will get help from the proceeds of Rehmatein 5. The music concert will be on 30th August at Shanmukhanand Auditorium, King Circle. This year Hariharan, Anup Jalota, Shaan and Ankit Tiwari will be performing in Rehmatein 5. This glorious event will be witnessed by the entire Music industry,music lovers and the most eminent personalities of the city. The donees names are decided by a panel of eminent personalities like Mr. Hariharan, Mr. Ankit Tiwari , Mr. Anup Jalota, Mr. Saurabh Daftary, Ms. Smita Parikh. Read more

Safeguarding legal and intellectual property rights of writers is underscored at 5th Indian Screenwriters Conference

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Aamir Khan at the 5th Indian Screenwriters Conference in Mumbai

At the 5th Indian Screenwriters Conference , held in Mumbai from August 1 to August 3, veteran screenwriter Anjum Rajabali, joined by Aamir Khan, Amit Masurkar (Newton’s director) and Delhi Belly’s Verma on stage, and scores of writers in the audience, prevailed upon Siddharth Roy Kapur, president of the Film and Television Producers’ Guild of India, to work with the Screenwriters Association on basic guidelines to safeguard legal and intellectual property rights of writers.

Kapur agreed to get the powerful grid to favourably consider the demands, which is being seen as a major stride forward. A small clause in a contract document will mean a big leap in the quality of films Hindi cinema produces, even though it will be a few years before the real impact of this will trickle down.

While web-series have opened up space for more independent content, but in terms of mass impact, they are still not a patch on the 70-mm or prime time general entertainment channels (GEC).  Read more