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Promoting Marathi films is our responsibility, says president of multiplex owners association
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Promoting Marathi films is our responsibility, says president ...

Following the state government's diktat, multiplex owners have agreed to screen Marathi movies between noon and 9 pm. The top priority will be a slot between 6 pm and 9 pm, but the film producers have been given freedom to demand slots in the ... Mid Day, 1 week ago
Now, it's noon to 9, not evening 6 to 9 DNA India, 1 week ago

Maha govt. directions to multiplexes reflect 'linguistic, regional chauvinism': BEA

The Broadcast Editors Association (BEA) on Wednesday said the Maharashtra government's directive to multiplexes across the state to show Marathi films during the prime time slots was illegal and reflected linguistic and regional chauvinism. "This order is ...
 Sify1 week ago

Encounter killings: Middle-class India doesn't care about either blue-collar workers or Muslims

The media accepts a certain level of police abuse, so long as it doesn't concern its target group of readers or viewers. "South Carolina officer gets murder charge in man's death." This was The New York Times's lead story on April 8 about a ...
 Kashmir Observer1 week ago
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Why cowardly encounters will never cease in India

If 25 black men had been executed illegally in the US in one day, the government would have fallen and the population would have rallied to the victims. In India, those of us who did not applaud the police only yawned, says Aakar Patel. 'South Carolina officer gets murder charge in man's death'. This was The New York Times lead story on Wednesday, April 8, about a police officer who shot an unarmed black man in the back. Many such reports, always concerning single black men, often with a ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

The curious case of Furious 7

Vin Diesel arrives at the premiere of "Furious 7". TOPICS As Fast & Furious 7 races past the 100-crore mark in India, a look at the film's massive impact on the Tamil Nadu market. It's your average Tuesday night, but Devi Cineplex on Anna ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Up against laws of physics, Bell Labs pushes network performance

By using more spectrum and developing new ways to send multiple channels of data at the same time, researchers at Bell Labs are working to increase bandwidths over fiber, copper and the air. Alcatel-Lucent's Bell Labs celebrated its Nobel Laureates ...
 ChannelWorld India1 week ago

Box office worries in multicultural Mumbai

Mumbai: A common perception in the movie industry is that Marathi movies may be bringing in the awards, but has some catching up to do when it comes to luring movie-goers to theatres. "Many films, including Oscar-nominated 'Shwaas', got hardly 3% ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Ola Stars- India's First Rewards ...

India's leading mobile app for Intermediary Public Transport [IPT], today announced the launch of Ola Stars partner rewards program with a host of special schemes and benefits. This is the first ever rewards-oriented initiative in India for drivers, ...
 EFYTimes.com4 weeks ago Ola unveils Ola Stars a rewards program for drivers  India Infoline4 weeks ago
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Enter the world of Aamir Khan

Here's how India’s most successful film star goes about his work.Aamir Khan’s sixth-floor residence-cum-office on Carter Road in Mumbai has none of the trappings you would associate with the rich and famous. But the view of the Arabian Sea through the large glass windows as the sun slowly sinks into the horizon is priceless -- the perfect place to vegetate and put on weight. That’s precisely what Aamir, 50, is doing for his next film, Dangal. In it, he will play the role ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

PVR ties up with North-based Vatika Group to develop 26 screens across three cities

PVR Ltd, the country's largest multiplex chain operator, has joined hands with North-based real estate group Vatika to jointly develop 26 multiplex screens across three townships of the developer, the company said in a statement. The townships ...
 VC Circle1 month ago
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