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Film Stars' Cricket Match on June 21

HYDERABAD: A cricket match would be held between film stars of Telugu and Tamil industry here on June 21, said a release. The proceeds of the match will be handed over to Telangana CM's Relief Fund to support welfare programmes implemented by the ... New Indian Express, 5 days ago
Films stars to raise funds for CMRF The Hindu, 5 days ago

Malayalam movie industry in throes of crisis

Thiruvananthapuram, Nov 16 (IANS) Constant tiffs among film organisations and escalating costs have led to a crisis in the Malayalam movie industry, known for classics like 'Perumthachan' and 'Ajayan' and stalwarts such as Mammootty and Mohanlal. ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob1 month ago

Township, not film city for Siliguri, says Mamata

Instead of a film city that has been promised, Siliguri will get a township by the name of Teesta, West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee disclosed at a Press conference on Tuesday. Matinee idol Prosenjeet had been pursuing the film city ...
 The Echo Of India2 hours ago

Born Free USA, AWI, and IFAW Commend Introduction of Refuge from...

H.R. 2016/S.1081 would prohibit body-gripping traps on National Wildlife Refuges Today, leading animal welfare and wildlife conservation organizations -- Born Free USA, the Animal Welfare Institute (AWI), and the International Fund for Animal ...
 PRWeb1 week ago
Ghana News Agency

Creative Arts industry to be sanitised

Mrs Elizabeth Ofosu-Adjare, the sector Minister said cabinet had approved the bill, which is now in Parliament for passage, adding that the Ministry would soon roll out a sensitisation programme particularly for the industry players to solicit their ...
 Ghana News Agency1 month ago

Subprime 2.0: Compass Films is Securing Funds for the Production of a Film Showing How the US Government Threatens to Wipe Out More of Your Wealth!

NEW YORK, NY - (NewMediaWire ( - March 23, 2015 - Compass Films is making a documentary film called Subprime 2.0 - Doubling Down on ...
 Individual.com1 month ago

Osborne warning on corporation tax

The Chancellor has warned Northern Ireland's political parties that they must reach agreement on welfare changes if they are to get power over corporation tax. George Osborne made the comments in his final budget before the election. He said it ...
 BBC1 month ago
Miami Herald

Lawmakers put spotlight on film/TV incentives in Florida

When TV viewers around the country watched Burn Notice , a drama that ended in 2013, they saw the streets and beaches of Miami beckoning. The show, which filmed in South Florida for seven seasons and hired thousands of people along the way, is a ...
 Miami Herald1 month ago
Melbourne Age

Comment: Discriminating is a 'lifestyle choice'

Don't give Abbott a belting over remarks Film director slams PM over comments Abbot stands by his remarks despite backlash Modern Australia expects government to fill the gap of service where industry cannot. This can cost a great deal of money ...
 Melbourne Age1 month ago

Budget fails to confer industry status to realty sector

The sector feels an opportunity was missed and some long pending demands such as removal of DDT and MAT in SEZs, reintroduction of Section 80IB for low cost housing and the like were ignored. TOPICS Higher service tax from 12.36 to 14 per cent ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
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