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Star India announces third edition of Star Writers Program 2019 – to identify, train and nurture the next generation of storytellers on TV

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As the nation’s storyteller, Star India is driven by its purpose of stimulating change through its stories. As part of its continuing mission to bring ever new and innovative stories for millions of its viewers, Star has announced the third edition of its bespoke Star Writers Program, #TheWriteMove, which represents a unique and perhaps most significant opportunity in India for aspiring writers alike to make a career in creative writing for television. They will be trained and nurtured to become the future storytellers for television in India by some of the best experts, under the aegis of Star India, the nation’s top content innovator for 25 years now.

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The Guinness World Record® for ‘Most Carriages in a Toy Train’ category was achieved at Seawoods Grand Central Mall, India today

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(L-R): An ardent Adult Fan of LEGO® John Seemon, K.K. Cariapa, Nishank Joshi, CMO Nexus Malls, GWR judge, Dalip Sehgal, CEO Nexus Malls and Nilesh Singh, Centre Head Seawoods Grand Central Mall

Iconic toy brand The LEGO® Group and Nexus Malls, the fastest growing retail real estate company, today etched their name in history with The Guinness World Record® for Most Carriages in a Toy Train category. The feat was achieved by The LEGO Group (Singapore), K K Cariapa, John Seemon, Nexus Malls (all Indians) at Seawoods Grand Central Mall, India on 4 January 2019.

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LEGO® unveils their grandest event ‘train style Christmas’ at Seawoods Grand Central Mall in India this December

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(L-R) Rohan Mathur, Head-Marketing, Emerging Asia, The LEGO® Group; Nilesh Singh, Centre Head, Seawoods Grand Central Mall; Nishank Joshi, Chief Marketing Officer, Nexus Malls

As the countdown to Christmas and New Year season begins, iconic toy brand LEGO® in association with Nexus Malls announces the unveiling of India’s grandest LEGO® Christmas Carnival at Seawoods Grand Central Mall, Navi Mumbai today. Standing tall as the brand’s biggest event in India, this 25 day extravaganza will witness an array of unique building and engagement activities involving parents and children across age groups. Inspired by India’s deep rooted social and cultural connect to trains, this unique train style Christmas reinstates the brand’s commitment towards evoking creativity, establishing cultural connect and encouraging parent-child bonding. What makes this LEGO® event ‘one of its kind’ is the building activity of the tallest Christmas tree as well as the longest LEGO® train in India. The train build expands to another dimension providing children and parents with an exclusive digital experience of LEGO®’s grandest ever landscape in India.

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Seawoods Grand Central Mall and The LEGO® Group join hands to build India’s longest LEGO® train

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

Seawoods Grand Central (SGC) Mall has been known for coming up with something unique during every festive season. This year, as a part of their Christmas celebrations starting December 14, SGC Mall joins hands with The LEGO® Group to build the longest LEGO® train in India. People across age-groups can come to the mall and help in building coaches for the longest LEGO® train. These coaches will be assembled to build the longest LEGO® train. With this unique feat, both the brands attempt to etch their names in the mind of the patrons.

Commenting on this mega launch, Mr. Atsushi Hasegawa, General Manager, Emerging Asia, The LEGO®® Group said, “We are delighted to launch this one of a kind event in India. This is our biggest event in India till date and we are confident that the event will enjoy success amongst our consumers from across age groups. Festivals have been an integral part of Indian culture and our efforts have always been focused on uplifting the festive spirit in unique ways through our varied range of products and activities. Over the course of this Christmas carnival spanning over 24 days, we are aiming to create the India’s longest LEGO® train with the help of LEGO® fans in India. Kids can build the train, run them, be part of speed run contest and create joyous memories at the photo booth. We are also bringing in an immersive opportunity where children can hop on to a larger than life static train setup and experience a panoramic view of the train running through the LEGO® landscape using VR glasses.”

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Dale Carnegie of India Partners with 10 NGOs to train over 500 Underprivileged Indian Youth

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Dale Carnegie of India hosts its annual ‘Global Day of Giving’ event from 22nd October to 26th October. The Global Day of Giving unites over 100 Dale Carnegie offices around the world as they deliver life skills to underprivileged youth at non-profits and charitable agencies who work with the disenfranchised. With the help of this unique initiative, Dale Carnegie of India aims to help the participants to improve their communication and people skills.

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Rhea Chakraborty and Varun Mitra open up about their chemistry and awkwardness during the train schedule

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Rhea Chakraborty and Varun Mitra have been traveling to different cities for the promotions of their upcoming movie ‘Jalebi’. Recently, the Team Jalebi was spotted in Ahmedabad’s famous sweet shop Ghatiya Rath and were seen making Jalebis. Read more

Ali Fazal joins hands with Smile Train to bring smiles to children with clefts at Narayana – SRCC Children’s Hospital, Mumbai

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Actor Ali Fazal at Mumbai's Children's only Narayana Health SRCC Children's Hospital, Haji Ali as Narayana Health SRCC Children’s Hospital and NGO Smile Train India launched cleft treatment department

Accomplished actor and model, Ali Fazal joined hands with Smile Train, the world’s largest cleft charity, as a Smile Train Ambassador to create awareness and support for children born with clefts across the country.

Expressing his happiness on partnering with Smile Train India, Ali Fazal said, “Clefts are often not considered to be a serious global health issue.  Smile Train’s focused approach of empowering local medical professionals to treat children born with clefts in their own communities has helped many families smile. It has also ensured a brighter future for these children. I am looking forward to working with Smile Train India as their Ambassador to help raise much needed awareness about clefts in the country.” Read more

Joined by Diljit Dosanjh, Sandeep Singh travels in a train 12 years after he was shot in an accident

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It was a different kind of a celebration for Sandeep Singh when he boarded the Kalka New Delhi Shatabdi Express from Chandigarh, 12 years after he was shot in an accident by a Sub-Inspector. Sandeep was on his way to join the National Team who was traveling for the World Cup in Germany in 2006. 12 years later, Sandeep Singh has finally overcome his fear of traveling in trains after the episode that nearly changed his life forever.

Diljit Dosanjh joined Sandeep Singh on this overwhelming journey along with brother, Bikramjeet Singh. It was quite an emotional ride for Bikram as well who was left in tears while Sandeep relived moments from his past once again. Bikram had dropped Sandeep at the station that day, and he was the one who had received the news of his brother’s accident a few hours later.

This entire incident has been portrayed by Diljit in the film, Soorma which will see the light in theatres this Friday, 13th July 2018.

Here is a picture of Diljit Dosanjh holding Sandeep Singh’s hand at Chandigarh station.

 

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