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Mallika Dua, says, “Nameless, shameless idiots (trollers) job is to shit on people who are doing better than them”

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

After a power packed punch by Bani J to the misogynistic trollers, comedy sensation Mallika Dua is all set to fire back with her quirks and wits and show the internet hate its place. This will be the second short format music video under the ‘TROLLED’ series and will premiere on Rise by TLC, a digital-first channel for women, by women.

Leered at as a Tinder aunty, and trolled for her body, Mallika Dua, the famous comedian on the digital domain, has been facing the ire of trolls ever since she stepped into the limelight. And now, Mallika gives it back to the ever-loving cyberbullies. Read more

ALL-NEW SERIES FROM ANIMAL PLANET AND THE DODO – “DODO HEROES”’ – SPOTLIGHTS POWERFUL BONDS BETWEEN ANIMALS AND PEOPLE

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Animal Planet and DODO, the #1 animal brand on digital, will premiere a new series ‘DODO HEROES’ which will feature inspiring stories of animals in need from around the world, and the compassionate humans who go to unimaginable lengths to give them hope. With each episode focusing on one inspiring and moving story of people who go to any lengths to help animals, the series will explore the personalities and emotions of both humans and animals, while highlighting their unique connection. DODO HEROES marks Animal Planet’s first-ever global series launch which will premiere on Friday, June 15 at 9 PM in India and in over 220 countries and territories worldwide.

 

In India, Animal Planet is launching a campaign ‘Be Kind to All Kind’ in its endeavor to raise support for select NGOS dedicated to the welfare of stray animals. The channel has roped in celebrities Soha Ali Khan and Kunal Kapoor to create awareness about this sensitive issue.

 

“The situation of stray animals in India is a matter of concern, and we will all have to come together to help these lovely beings. I have personally met many people who would like to support stray animals but can’t because they don’t know how to. The campaign ‘Be Kind to All Kind’ aims to reach out to people, and provide access so that they can support the cause they believe in,” said, Soha Ali Khan. “Animals are surprisingly human in the way they emote, they express. Infact, I don’t pamper my dogs (3 pets), they pamper me with unending selfless love. I enjoy each moment that I spend with them. It is amazing how much satisfaction one can gain by just being ‘natural’ with the most adorable creatures God has created.” Read more

People Queue Up at Columbia Asia Hospital Screening Camp for Treatment of Neurological Disorders

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People from Patiala and nearby regions flocked to a free screening camp organized by Columbia Asia Hospital in high numbers on 8th and 9th of this month for medical consultation, diagnosis, and treatment of neurological disorders.

The camp was organized not only to treat patients but also to spread awareness and educate people about these disorders.

Doctors provided free medical consultation from morning 9 AM to 1:30 AM on over 15 neurological disorders, including stroke, brain hemorrhage, epilepsy, migraine, vertigo, dementia, Parkinson’s disease, neurotoxic diseases, neurodegenerative diseases, and many others

“People have come in good numbers. Doctors have provided free consultation to 105people in the past two days. Neurological disorders are associated with social stigma and it is difficult for people to come out in open and go for medical consultation. Therefore, it felt all the more good to see people coming out of their closets and discuss their problems” said Dr. Satwant Sachdeva, Consultant Neurologist, Columbia Asia Hospital, Patiala.

Around 3 crore people in India suffer from neurological disorders, with an approximate prevalence of 2400 people per lakh population. Although there seems to be lack of data on a number of neurological disorders in Patiala, but an independent study published in 2015 for epilepsy, reported prevalence of over 7 persons per 1000 people,  while it showed a crude incidence rate of around 60 per  lakh population. In the given scenario, people need to be more aware of various neurological disorders prevalent so that they can go for the proper treatment and help those who are suffering from these diseases. Read more

‘The Tashkent Files’ director Vivek Agnihotri urges people to share details on the mysterious death of Lal Bahadur Shastri

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In a first of its kind, director Vivek Agnihotri has released a video in which he is urging the audiences to share details about the mysterious death of Lal Bahadur Shastri for his upcoming film titled ‘The Tashkent Files’.
The video begins with Vivek Agnihotri talking about how the seeds were sown for making a film on the mysterious death of India’s second Prime Minister, Lal Bahadur Shastri.  Read more

Karan Oberoi: Content will drive people to theatres, not just stars!

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The year 2017 witnessed innumerable content driven movies striking a chord with the audience. When big-budget flicks like ‘Jab Harry Mets Sejal’ and ‘Tubelight’ had a bad fall, content proved itself as the king. Today, the star cast and budget really do not matter, what matters is the potential that the script holds. Understanding the new black, Karan Oberoi has also shifted his focus from the mainstream commercial projects towards the parallel cinema that talks about sense. Read more

77% spike in people going to Gyms, post-Christmas and New Year celebrations

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

We Indians love our festivals and all the goodies that come with it. That’s when we bring out the ‘foodie’ in us, and for once, let ourselves indulge unabashedly in a wide variety of food, sweets and snacks.

 

However, the messed-up lifecycle, very soon leaves many feeling guilty, greasy and bloated. And this is when most of them hit the gyms to lose the additional flab or get back to their work-out regimes, post-Christmas and New Year celebrations. Reflected in a pan-India study conducted by Gympik, it shows that people hit gyms with a vengeance to get back in shape soon after the festival season. The study conducted by India’s largest fitness discovery platform, ​has shown​ a 77% spike in people diligently working out at gyms, particularly post festivities such as post-Christmas & New Year Parties.

 

In fact, the trend is much higher this year as opposed to the 56% spike seen in 2016.  Read more

Free Group marriage for people above 50 years of age in Mumbai

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Manmohan Gupta ,President Gandhi Vichar Manch

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Gandhi Vichar Manch organizes contest for People, Journalists and Poets

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Malad (W) based ‘Gandhi Vichar Manch’ has announced a contest for general public, journalists and poets and the winners will be rewarded on Gandhi Jayanti on 2nd October 2012. The contest is targeted at multiple age groups. Children aged up to 10 years have to draw ‘Mahatma Gandhi’s Andolan’ related image. Children between 11 to 15 have to write an essay on ‘Bapu’s Andolan’. Youngsters aged between 16 to 20 have to write a essay on Ghandji’s non violence’(Ahinsha). The adults aged 21 and above have to write an essay of relevence of ‘Gandhiji’s relevence in modern da’y. The winners will be awarded Rs. 1500. The 2nd and 3rd winners will be given Rs. 1000 and Rs. 500 respectively all 4 age groups. All the winners will receive a certificate &trophy.

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