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Paisa Vasool Teaser Release Date July 25, 2017 20:21

Paisa Vasool Teaser Release Date:- Nandamuri Balakrishna is quite cautious about his next films. He created a history with his 100th film titled Gautamiputra Satakarni. Directed by Krish, the film ended up as the biggest hit in the career of Balakrishna. The actor has been delighted with the result of the periodic drama. Balakrishna has been listening to scripts and he is focused on his political activities. Balayya has also been working on the debut movie of his son Mokshagna who will make his debut next year. Mokshagna is currently being trained for various movies. Nandamuri Balakrishna surprised everyone after he signed a film in the direction of Puri Jagannadh. The movie has been titled Paisa Vasool and is said to be a mass entertainer. Right on the opening day of the film, Puri Jagannadh promised a treat for Nandamuri fans and as planned the shoot of the film is currently in final stages.  Made on a massive budget of Rs 40 crores, Shriya Saran is the female lead and the post-production work Paisa Vasool has been started recently. The entire shoot of the film will be wrapped up by the end of this week. The makers of Paisa Vasool kick started the film’s promotions. The stumper has been released. The first teaser of Paisa Vasool will be released on July 28th at 10:10 AM. The makers are spending a bomb for the film’s promotions. Anup Rubens is the music composer and Balakrishna will be seen as a gangster in the movie. The stylish look of Balakrishna from the film has been getting wide response from the audience. V Anand Prasad is bankrolling Paisa Vasool on Bhavya Creations banner. The movie has been aimed for September release. The movie has been shot mostly in Portugal and will have huge dose of action episodes which are said to be the movie’s major highlights.

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Goa - A Place For Beaches, Sunsets And Crazy Nights July 25, 2017 20:06

Goa - A Place For Beaches, Sunsets And Crazy Nights:- Mostly related with touristy beaches, a happening nightlife and over 300-year old Portuguese architecture. A state that is neatly tucked into the Western coast of India is Goa. Referred to as the city of churches by many, the culture of Goa has the lingering effect of being a Portugal colony. Goa has characteristic colorful houses, lush green fields and a soothing languidness in the atmosphere that is visibly different from the rest of the country. The charming villages of Goa are ideal for a laid back morning walk or an aimless evening stroll. North and South regions of the place are strikingly different - the former is a cultural hub with traditional eateries and markets, while the latter makes for an idyllic vacation with its 5-star hotels, private beaches and a mix of white sand and clean blue water. Under the star-laden skies, each festivity becomes more alive. For a nature lover, the goa greens and wildlife make an ideal hotspot. If you are a food adventurer, you may want to visit the gorgeous spice gardens and try a glassful of cashew feni. Not just for the tourists on an appointment with nature, Goa provides a relief for crazy parties and a vivacious night-life . The ultimate tourist destination of India, Goa promises to be something special for all types of travelers. How To Reach Goa With over 2 million tourists coming in every year, Goa has to be well connected and accessible. Goa is easily accessible by road, rail and air. Being such a popular holiday destination, there are various alternative commute options to reach here. From different parts of the world, the nearest major entry point to Goa is Mumbai International Airport or Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport. Mumbai being the major city is easily accessible to Goa via flights, railways, and roadways. - By Air Goa International Airport is located at Dabolim, approximately 30 km away from Panaji. Multiple domestic airlines provide daily flights from major cities such as Mumbai, Bangalore, Delhi, Hyderabad, Pune, Chennai, Jaipur, Ahmedabad. Most international flights to Goa arrive via Mumbai. In case your hotel offers free pickups, you do not need to worry about the commute from the airport. Otherwise, pre-paid taxi is a good option. From Mumbai There are connected International flights between Mumbai and Goa. Therefore, while booking your flight tickets to Goa, you can choose the one which stops at Mumbai Airport so that you can take your TVOA and then further move to Goa in the same one. - By Car A great option to goa is a road trip. Bangalore, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Pune are some popular places people drive down from. There are three national highways which pass through the state - NH 4A, NH 17, NH 17A. The roads are good and the view is amazing, making the drive worth it. You can hire a cab or if you are going in a group with multiple experienced drivers, you can take your own car. Apart from the fuel/cab charges, you will have to pay the toll tax. - By Road Several luxury and budget buses run from major cities such as Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, New Delhi to Goa. State-run bus service, Kadamba Transport is also a good option. Other state bus services - Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh - also have daily buses going to Goa. Various private players also run buses connecting many cities to Goa. For comfortable rides, super deluxe AC and Volvo buses would be the better options. These would generally cost between Rs 1500 - Rs 2500 depending on the distance and type of bus. From Mumbai It takes 10h 20 minutes for you to reach Goa from International Terminal of Mumbai Airport. You can take a private taxi or a Volvo to reach your destination. - By Train Goa has six railway stations. In South Goa, people usually get down at Madgaon or Vasco-da-Gama and in North Goa at Thivim. The train ride to Goa is worth the journey just for the view. The picturesque scenery of the Konkan region makes for an amazing sight. Train is also the cheapest option apart from being fast and comfortable. From Mumbai If you are flying to Mumbai so that you get your TVOA, you can also book tickets for the train in order to commute between Mumbai and Goa. To name a few: Ganpati Special, Mandovi Express, Jan Shatabdi Express, and Mangalore Express - Commuting Within Goa In Goa, the beaches are far apart and it stretches more than 100 km from north to south. Bus connectivity is good for popular areas of Goa and fares are low and still gives you a great view of the city. But buses are not a great option if you are looking for beach hopping or going to hang around til late night. You could rent a motorcycle or a scooter if you have a valid license. The rent starts from 250 per day per bike like Honda Activa or around 400 per day for Royal Enfield bikes. This excludes petrol costs. Riding on bikes is the most popular way of commuting in Goa for young tourists, including foreigners. You can also hire a cab, with or without a chauffeur to roam around. It starts from Rs.1000 per day for a simple hatchback. However, finding parking spots close to all beaches could be a problem whereas bikes give you the flexibility of going pretty close to the beach to park. Top 5 Places To Visit In Goa 1) Baga Beach This is a most popular beach of Goa for Indian tourists. It is a picturesque beach with parties, music, beach shacks, karaoke, good food, water sports, good accommodation facilities, and is easily the most happening place in Goa. How To Reach Baga Beach If you staying at Calangute, a wise decision would be to just have a calm and relaxing walk south of Calangute beach toward Baga which is only 2km from there. Located 16 km from Panaji. A taxi or a hired bike/ scooter is a good option if you are to reach Baga all the way from Panaji. Activities At Baga Beach Well known for its happening shacks and parties through the night. Millions of tourists are attracted every year. It is a hub for many adventure water sports. The famous water sports are jet skiing, parasailing, banana ride and boating. Other Nearby Attractions Being the hub of tourist activities in Goa, Baga has a lot of attractions and activities nearby. These include: - Mackie's Saturday night bazaar - Calangute beach - Anjuna Market - Tibetan market - Atlantis water sport - Blue whale water park 2) Calangute Beach The Calangute beach is just adjacent to Baga beach. It has water sports, markets, restaurants, good food, lots of accommodation options. It is a crowded yet beautiful sea beach. Famous for its nightlife and the famous pubs of Goa. It includes the Tito’s and others on the Tito’s lane are located closeby. Calangute beach is located 16 km north of Panaji and 2 km from Baga. How To Reach Calangute Beach The best way to reach the beach is by pre-paid taxi or you may also take a bus, depending upon your location. Another option is to hire a car or bike or a scooter to make most of your visit. Calangute Trivia Although the beach has amazing clubs, its nightlife is restricted to 10:00 PM after which the clubs and bars close. Nearby Attractions - Baga Beach - Condolim beach - Aguada Fort - Church of St. Alex. Tips 1. Visit during Christmas and New Year to get the real feel of the beach. 2. You can easily get accommodation facility near the beach. 3. Avoid traveling the place between June and September as the sea is rough, although during monsoon the place has its own charm. 4. Do not miss the night clubs at the beach. 3) Palolem Beach Palolem beach is one of the most stunning and beautiful beaches of India. There are nightlife opportunities around like the Silent Noise Parties which do not hamper the tranquillity of the shore. Palolem is located 38 km south of Margao. Palolem definitely ranks among the best beach in Goa. How To Reach Palolem beach Reaching Palolem is a quite easy. Most popular options of transportation are Mopeds or bicycles. One can easily find a taxi or an auto-rickshaw off the main street or through a travel agency. Once reached Palolem, exploration on foot is a best option. Attractions Nearby to Palolem Beach Agonda Beach, Colva Beach, Colom Beach and Patnem Beach Tips Carry your swimwear, sunscreen lotion and sun glasses with you. Make sure to stay away from water during monsoon season and follow all the given guidelines by the authority. 4) Anjuna Beach Because of its night parties, Curlies and other good eating joints, this is one of the most popular sea beaches among foreigners in Goa. Moreover, it has got peaceful seashore, western seafood with chilled beer and good music in nearby restaurants and flea markets. Anjuna is situated 21 km north of Panaji and 7 km from Baga. Best Time To Visit Anjuna Beach The best time to visit the Anjuna Beach is between early November and March. The area is crowded especially during the Christmas and New Year time when people from all over the country and world gather here to enjoy the vibrant beach parties. How To Reach Anjuna Beach Most popular options of transportation are Mopeds or bicycles. One can easily find a taxi or an auto-rickshaw off the main street or through a travel agency. Exploration on foot is the best option, on reaching Goa. Anjuna Trivia Than the nearby beaches, the beach is safer for bathing, especially towards the southern end, where the sea keeps calm. The visit to Anjuna becomes all the more exhilarating with bungee jumping from a 80ft tower and other water sports like paragliding and windsurfing. Tips 1. Do not stroll around the area alone after dark as some cases of robbery have been registered. 2. Traffic at times can be quite heavy and chaotic in the area, especially during the peak season. 3. Carry your swimwear, sunscreen lotion, and sunglasses with you. Make sure to stay away from water during monsoon season and follow all the given guidelines by the authority. 5) Basilica of Bom Jesus This historic church is located in Goa and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Basilica of Bom Jesus houses the tomb and remains of St. Francis Xavier. The Basilica of Bom Jesus church is known for its exemplary artistic style architecture. This church coincides with the beginning of Christianity in India. How to Reach Basilica of Bom Jesus Air: Goa’s international airport - Dabolim Airport welcomes many national and international flights. The church is 24.1 kilometers from the airport. A taxi can be hired from the airport to reach the church. Rail: The easiest way to reach Goa is via Madgaon Railway Station, from where the distance to the church is 35.1 kilometers. Taxis and buses are easily available outside the station. Road: If one is traveling from Mumbai or Pune, one can reach the church by covering a distance of approximately 500 kilometers. Open Time: Monday - Thursday 09:00 AM - 06:30 PM             Sunday 10:30 AM - 06:30 PM SUPRAJA

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Various Flat Top Hair Cuts For Young Men July 25, 2017 19:37

Various Flat Top Hair Cuts For Young Men:- Your get-up is trendy and now you want to pair it up with a chic hair style. A fashionable hair style that can give you the total look you want. It also gives you the confidence you need. Youth is a carefree phase that helps you prepare for life. Start by determining the haircut you want. The coolest hairstyles for young men like you are easy to maintain and is very versatile. Men’s hair cuts will continue with the trend as we see cool new short haircuts, medium length haircuts and longer hairstyles. We have never seen so much diversity in men’s hairstyles. The days of running with the same old haircuts for years are totally over. Young men are willing to try something new each time they visit the barbershop in hopes of standing out amongst the crowd. Have a look at the different flat top hair cuts for men ! What Is A Flat Top Haircut? The flat top refers to two types of haircuts, the short flat top and longer hi-top fade. This angular cut always stands out from a crowd, whether it signals its military background or hip hop roots. The flat top haircut lives up to its name. In this hair style, the hair is cut and styled to erect it up vertically. It then forms a flat deck in a straight line. The deck can be level or slope up or down. The cut can straight sides, angled sides or even rounded edges. The original flat top is the short military-inspired haircut that was popular in 1950s. Another hair style, called as the hi-top fade, which is commonly called a flat top or flattop. Technically, it is a variation of the military cut with short sides and long or very long hair on top. The hi-top was a trend during the golden age of hip hop in the 1980s and early 1990s. Any way you wear, it is a classic yet timeless cut that always looks good. Have a look at these pictures of flat top haircuts, in order from shortest to tallest. 1) Classic Men’s Haircut This flat top with a fade could be featured on a barber haircuts poster. 2) Modern Flat Top Haircut Rounded edges give a softer profile and updated feel to this flat top. 3) Flat Top Haircut with Part A part adds creates a cool, asymmetrical flat top hairstyle. 4) Rounded Edges + Bald Drop Fade The details make a flat top fade haircut unique. This one features rounded edges up top and a mid drop fade down to the skin. 5) Military Flat Top Haircut The flat top is a good choice for guys with thick, coarse hair. This could be a regulation military cut, with a high bald fade. 6) Classic Flat Top The GI Joe action figures can be seen with this boxy cut. 7) Blue Hi-Top + Hair Designs If the flat top does not get you enough attention, add some bold color and shaved designs in the fade. 8) Rockabilly Flat Top In rockabilly style, this longer version of the flat top is popular. SUPRAJA

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7 Amazing Ayurvedic Home Remedies For Cavity and Tooth Decay July 25, 2017 18:45

7 Amazing Ayurvedic Home Remedies For Cavity and Tooth Decay:- Strong, healthy teeth are a highly important part of our bodies and an essential element of good health. Ayurveda considers chewing to be very important, as correctly chewing food leads to optimal digestion. Ayurvedic philosophy states that one should “eat your liquids and drink your solids”, and this would be impossible without strong and healthy teeth. It is totally true that the proper functioning of teeth makes the function of intestines in food digestion much easier. Teeth are vital to help us savor the taste of various foods. Cavities happen due to tooth decay, which is the destruction of tooth structure. Tooth decay can affect both the outer coating and inner layer of the tooth. So the enamel and the dentin both are affected. This usually occurs due to high intake of processed sugar and starch rich foods such as breads, cereals, cakes, cookies, candy and baked goods. Additionally milk, milk based products (ice cream), pop are also responsible for this condition. Harmful bacteria’s that live in the mouth starts to eat these foods, and turn them into acids, when these food debris are left on the teeth. The acid combined with saliva forms plaque, which clings to the teeth. Plaques dissolve the enamel surface of the teeth, creating holes in the teeth called cavities. Although brushing teeth and flossing on a daily basis are how we normally take care of our teeth, it can be challenging to avoid common teeth issues. Most people develop tooth-related issues from an early age, and one of the core reasons for this is due to improper dietary habits. From excessive sugar consumption to consuming acidic, extremely hot or extremely cold items, and unhealthy foods lay the foundation for teeth-related issues. While eating unhealthy yet delicious foods is rather difficult to avoid, try to limit eating these types of foods on a regular basis. Maintaining proper hygiene and cleansing of the teeth is paramount in order to prevent any potential disease that can affect the teeth. Ayurveda recommends certain easy-to-do yet tremendously effective home remedies for tooth decay and cavities that will keep your teeth in excellent health. Causes of Tooth Decay: 1) High intake of sugary, starchy and processed foods in your diet. High fructose corn syrup in processed food will also hurt the teeth. 2) Not cleaning the mouth properly after eating. Hence bacteria present in the mouth converting the sugar into acids. 3) The acid from the sugar combines with food debris and forms plaque. 4) Plaques can easily lead cavities and tooth decay. Chewing herbal sticks (stems/branches of bitter or astringent plants), oil pulling, salt water rinsing, gum massage and using herbs/berries that strengthens gum tissues and stabilizes collagen, can help treat oral cavity, plaques and gum infections. These simple and easy strategies help prevent or heal oral health conditions. Ayurvedic Practices to Relieve Oral Cavity 1) Herbal Sticks The most popular way to combat tooth decay and keep your oral health intact is by chewing on fresh stem from neem tree. The stems should be small, soft and without the leaves.  Neem is extremely preferable for Pitta and Kapha Dosha and Licorice is good for Vata Dosha. Protect your teeth from plaques, by chewing these herbal stems that has anti-bacterial effect. Miswaak or twik from Salvadora Persica (arak/peelu tree) due to its high anti-microbial properties is also popular as a herbal chewing stick in many parts of the world. To clean teeth, neem, licorice or miswaak can be used as a tooth brush. Chew one end of the herbal stems to make feel like a brush. Use a tooth brush that has a gentle bristle if you are still not comfortable using a herbal stick. Do not hurt your teeth by vigorous brushing. Remember your teeth are “alive”. 2) Herbal Tooth Powder Ditching the commercial toothpaste would be a wise choice to make. There are many recipes for making your own home made tooth paste or tooth powders. You can make your own tooth powder made from neem powder and salt. Toothpastes from neem or neem extract are made by many holistic tooth paste companies. 3) Oil Pulling Oil pulling is a practice that involves swishing oil in the mouth oral and systemic health benefits. To reduce cavity, bleeding gums, bad breath, dryness of throat, cracked lips, whitening teeth and for strengthening teeth, gums and the jaw, oil pulling has been extensively used as a Indian folk remedy. Oils such as sunflower, sesame seed and coconut are very popular however sesame seed oil is the best of all the seed crop for oral health. 4) Gum Massage Are you worried about bleeding gums? Then, you must try out this home remedy. Mix 2 teaspoon of pure mustard seed oil with ¼ teaspoon of rock or sea salt and massage gums gently. Your teeth will be in excellent condition and shiny! This formula can combat pyorrhea, swollen gums, toothache, and bleeding gums as it strengthens the gums and kills the germs. You can also try using turmeric powder (1/4 teaspoon) instead of salt or add turmeric with salt and mustard seed. For toothache, dental caries, and pain in teeth while eating chilled or hot food items, as well as for bleeding gums, turmeric with mustard oil is beneficial. 5) Gargle With Salt Filling the mouth with comfortable amount of fluid so that you can close your mouth and create a motion by a stream of air from the lungs is gargling. Take half a teaspoon of rock salt or sea salt in a cup of warm water and gargle to prevent tooth decay. You can even add fennel or peppermint essential oil to your salt water before gargling. 6) Clove Oil Clove is one of the most important ingredients to in treating dental or oral conditions. It is used in many toothpastes, mouthwashes, and oral care medications. It is a flower bud of a evergreen tree that has numerous medicinal properties. Clove is rich in minerals such as calcium, hydrochloric acid, iron, phosphorus, sodium, potassium, and vitamin A, vitamin C and a powerful compound called ‘eugenol.’ The anti microbial and anti-septic properties of clove oil makes it perfect for treating cavities, bleeding gum, bad breath, tooth ache, sore gum, and mouth ulcers. Pour few drops of diluted clove oil with sesame seed oil on a cotton ball and put at the end of the tooth which has the cavity. Do this every night before going to bed. Keeping a whole clove under the tongue after eating is also beneficial. Keep it under the tongue, by chewing lightly on the clove. This is a breath freshener and will keep the teeth and gum strong. 7) Herbal Remedies Amla or the Indian goose berry is a well known herb in Ayurveda to reduce cavity and plaque. It has the ability to rebuild the oral health as it supports the healing and development of the connective tissues. For long term benefit to the teeth and gum, you can take one to two grams of dried Amla powder as a decoction or capsule. Apart from strengthening your gum tissues, the collagen can be stabilized by Bilberry and Hawthorn berries. Note that all 3 berries are rich in Vitamin C. Teeth are considered part of Asthi dhatu or bone tissues in Ayurveda. Herbs taken internally to strengthen bone, like the skeleton and the joints, are good for long-term health of the teeth. Some other herbs that strengthen the bones are yellow dock root, alfalfa leaf, nettle leaf, oatstraw, horsetail, cinnamon bark, and turmeric root. SUPRAJA

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Fidaa Four Days Collections July 25, 2017 15:47

Fidaa Four Days Collections:- Versatile director and critically acclaimed filmmaker Sekhar Kammula took a massive break after some of his recent outings did not work out at the box-office. Right after three years, he is back with his next outing Fidaa. The movie is said to be a new age love story and it featured Varuntej, Sai Pallavi in the lead roles. The movie happens in Banswada, Telangana and in Austin, Texas. Fidaa is the love story between an NRI guy and a Telangana girl. The movie released on July 21st and Fidaa received exceptional response from the audience all over. Fidaa has been specially appreciated by the upper class audience and it has been out performing in USA and in cities. Sai Pallavi’s performance as a Telangana village girl along with her diction, performance and screen presence have been widely appreciated all over. She is the major highlight of the movie and Varuntej performed to his best in the film. Fidaa opened with packed houses and it minted huge figures across the first weekend. Leaving everyone in surprise, the movie has been quite strong even on weekdays all over. Fidaa minted Rs 11.94 crores across Telangana and Andhra Pradesh in just four days. The movie crossed 1 million USD mark in USA in just four days which has been exceptional. Popular producer Dil Raju bankrolled the project on Sri Venkateswara Creations banner. Shakthi Kanth composed the music and the audio of Fidaa has been widely appreciated all over. Sekhar Kammula’s directorial skills have been lauded and Fidaa marks is comeback film of the ace director and he is back to league. Dil Raju is quite happy as he scored fourth super hit in a row this year with Fidaa. East: Rs 5.44 Cr Ceeded: Rs 1.41 Cr Vizag: Rs 1.46 Cr Guntur: Rs 0.96 Cr East: Rs 0.90 Cr West: Rs 0.64 Cr Krishna: Rs 0.79 Cr Nellore: Rs 0.33 Cr Total (AP and Telangana): Rs 11.94 Cr

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Ramcharan’s Next Inspired From Megastar’s Film July 25, 2017 15:33

Ramcharan’s Next Inspired From Megastar’s Film:- Mega Powerstar Ramcharan scored a decent hit with Dhruva last year and the actor is busy shooting for his next movie in the direction of Sukumar. The film has been titled Rangasthalam 1985 and it features Ramcharan in a completely new, traditional and different look. For the first time in his career, Ramcharan has been showcased with a thick beard and in a village attire for the film. Samantha is the female lead and Devi Sri Prasad is composing the music. Naveen Yerneni, CV Mohan and Y Ravi Shankar are jointly producing Rangasthalam 1985 on Mythri Movie Makers banner. The movie has been aimed for Christmas release this year. The actor signed his next movie in the direction of Koratala Siva and the movie will start rolling during summer next year. The pre-production work of the film is currently in process and Matinee Entertainments along with Konidela Production Company will bankroll the project. There are talks that Ramcharan is in talks with Trinadha Rao Nakkina who earlier directed Cinema Chupista Mama and Nenu Local. The ace director has been busy with an interesting plot which is being worked out. There are talks that the film will be on the lines of Manthri Gari Viyyankudu which happened to be one among the critically acclaimed films Chiranjeevi acted. Ramcharan and Chiranjeevi have been eagerly waiting to listen the final draft which has been adopted as per the currently nativity and trend. The final call will be taken only after the final draft will be narrated by Trinadha Rao Nakkina. The film is said to be a family drama which is tipped with a political background. Top producer Dil Raju is in talks to produce the movie and he is personally monitoring the script work of the movie. If things fall in place the movie will start rolling during the first half of 2019. More details to be announced soon.

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High Court’s Verdict On Charmme’s Petition July 25, 2017 15:21

High Court’s Verdict On Charmme’s Petition:- Tollywood celebrities are currently being investigated by the Special Investigation Team (SIT) after they have come to a confirmation that some of the celebrities are said to have consumed drugs. Ravi Teja, Charmme, Puri Jagannadh, Subbaraju, Chinna, Shyam K Naidu, Nandu, Tarun, Navdeep, Mumaith Khan and Taneesh are among the celebrities who have been issued notices. Puri Jagannadh, Subbaraju, Chinna, Shyam K Naidu and Navdeep completed their investigation. Charmme has been asked to attend the investigation on Wednesday and the actress filed a petition on Monday challenging the SIT about the investigation. She confirmed that she has not been comfortable with the investigation as the SIT officials have been collecting the blood samples without their permission. Enforcement Director Akun Sabharwal attacked back revealing that they have been strictly following the guidelines of the Supreme Court and the investigation is being recorded. A legal team along with the narcotics team is working along with them confirmed Akun. The High Court listened to the discussions of both the sides today and revealed their judgement. The High Court revealed that the investigation should take place in SIT office between 10 AM and 5 PM. Women officials should interrogate her and Charmme’s lawyer will not be permitted. The High Court even informed that SIT officials should never collect her blood samples without the permission of Charmme.

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Balakrishna’s Paisa Vasool Budget Overloaded July 25, 2017 15:12

Balakrishna’s Paisa Vasool Budget Overloaded:- Nandamuri Balakrishna scored his career’s best with Gautamiputra Satakarni which happened to be his 100th film and it released during Sankranthi. Krish directed this periodic drama and Shriya Saran played the female lead. Gautamiputra Satakarni raked over Rs 50 crores in its final run which has been bankrolled by First Frame Entertainments. The actor took a small break and he surprised everyone after he signed a movie in the direction of Puri jagannadh. The movie has been touted to be a mass and stylish action entertainer which has been titled Paisa Vasool. The movie has been carrying massive expectations and it has been planned on strict schedules. A massive Portugal schedule has been wrapped up recently which lasted for 40 days. Shriya Saran is the female lead and the first look posters brought enough buzz. Puri Jagannadh promised that Paisa Vasool will be a treat for Nandamuri fans and the movie has been preponed with many films slated for Dasara release. The entire shoot of the movie will be wrapped up this week. There are talks that the movie has been planned on a budget of Rs 40 crores however considering the quality and the working days, the budget of the movie has been increased. As per the latest news, the complete budget of the movie is said to be Rs 47 crores however the makers will end up in decent profits as the film has been carrying decent expectations. The first teaser of Paisa Vasool will be out on July 28th at 10:10 AM and the makers are keen on closing the film’s business after the teaser will be out. The satellite rights along with the digital rights of the film fetched huge prices and Anup Rubens is composing the music. V Anand Prasad is producing Paisa Vasool on Bhavya Creations banner. Paisa Vasool has been slated for release during the first half of September. Balakrishna and Puri Jagannadh pinned many hopes on the film. Puri Jagannadh is currently shooting for Paisa Vasool despite of being facing allegations in drug mafia. He seems to be quite focussed on his work and revealed that he would release the film on time.

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Kovind Takes Oath As 14th Prez Of India July 25, 2017 13:32

Kovind Takes Oath As 14th Prez Of India:- The former BJP member and RSS swayamsevak, Ram Nath Kovind (71) took oath as the 14th President of India at the Central Hall of Parliament in New Delhi on Tuesday. Chief Justice of India JS Khehar administered the oath to Kovind after which Kovind exchanged the chair with outgoing President Pranab Mukherjee. After the arrival of the duo, Chief Justice Khehar, Speaker Sumitra Mahajan and Vice-President Hamid Ansari accompanied Mukherjee and Kovind to the Central Hall. Kovind addressed the audience, soon after assuming the Presidency. The audience comprised of members of the two Houses and invited dignitaries. Later, Mukherjee, along with Kovind, reached his new home, 10 Rajaji Marg, where the two were received by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley. Vice President Hamid Ansari, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan, union ministers, Governors, Chief Ministers of most states including that of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh K. Chandrasekhar Rao and N. Chandrababu Naidu respectively, Ambassadors and other diplomats, MPs and senior civil and military officers were present to grace the ceremony. President-elect Ram Nath Kovind began the day with a visit to Rajghat to pay his respect to Mahatma Gandhi before heading to Rashtrapati Bhavan. The newly President-elect even made his first tweet: “Honoured to be sworn in as the 14th President of India; would be carrying out my responsibilities with all humility #PresidentKovind” Honoured to be sworn in as the 14th President of India; would be carrying out my responsibilities with all humility #PresidentKovind — President of India (@rashtrapatibhvn) July 25, 2017 Prime Minister Narendra Modi also showered his congratulatory messages and further took to Twitter. “Congratulations to Shri Ram Nath Kovind ji on taking oath as the President of India. @RashtrapatiBhvn” Congratulations to Shri Ram Nath Kovind ji on taking oath as the President of India. @RashtrapatiBhvn — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) July 25, 2017 “Very inspiring address by President Ram Nath Kovind Ji, which beautifully summed up the essence of India’s strengths, democracy & diversity.” Very inspiring address by President Ram Nath Kovind Ji, which beautifully summed up the essence of India’s strengths, democracy & diversity. — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) July 25, 2017 Last week, Ram Nath Kovind, who was the former Governor of Bihar won the 2017 presidential election against opposition candidate Meira Kumar, the former Speaker of the Lok Sabha. Mr Kovind got 65.65 per cent of the total votes which totalled 702,044 electoral college votes. Know Your President - A brief history about President Ram Nath Kovind: 1) Ram Nath Kovind, a Dalit, is a farmer's son and in known for his humble origins and simple lifestyle. 2) Born on October 1, 1945, in Kanpur Dehat, Ram Nath Kovind is a commerce graduate. He pursued law from Kanpur University. 3) Mr Kovind practiced in the Delhi High Court and Supreme Court for more than 15 years. 4) He is married to Savita Kovind and has a son and a daughter. 5) Mr Kovind is the former president of BJP Dalit Morcha. He has also served as the BJP's national spokesperson. 6) He was also a two-time Rajya Sabha member from the state of Uttar Pradesh between 1994-2000 and 2000-06. 7) Mr Kovind had worked as a top aide to former Prime Minister Morarji Desai and has represented India at the United Nations in New York. 8) He has also been a member of several Parliamentary Committees, including the committee on Welfare of Scheduled Castes/Tribes, Social Justice and Empowerment, and Law and Justice. 9) He was appointed as the Governor of Bihar by the Centre three years ago. The septuagenarian became the 36th Governor of Bihar in August 2015. His appointment had surprised many state leaders and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar had voiced his displeasure over not being consulted. Though, during his term in Bihar, Governor Kovind had not run into no controversy with Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. 10) He will be the second Dalit President after KR Narayanan to hold the nation’s highest office. SUPRAJA

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“SHe-box” Portal For Sexual Harassment Complaints Launched July 25, 2017 13:24

“SHe-box” Portal For Sexual Harassment Complaints Launched:- Union Women and Child Development Minister Maneka Gandhi on Monday launched an online complaint management system called the “Sexual Harassment electronic-Box (SHe-Box)”. It is meant to register cases of sexual harassment of women at workplace. Maneka said that though currently this facility has been extended to Central Government employees, the scope of the portal will soon be extended to women employees of private sector also. Union minister Maneka Gandhi said “We are also going to soon conduct a national survey to assess the nature and magnitude of sexual harassment at the workplace,” the minister said after launching the portal. The online complaint management system - ‘SHe-box’ hosted on the website of the ministry, also seeks to ensure “effective implementation” of the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013. A senior WCD ministry official said, “Once a complaint is registered, we will forward it to the ministry/department where the woman works. We will also follow it up with the respective ministry as to what action has been initiated.” WCD minister Maneka said a national level survey will be carried out by her ministry, to asses and understand the magnitude of the problem. The portal is also an effort to provide “speedier remedy” to women facing sexual harassment at the workplace, as envisaged under the sexual harassment Act, a senior official of the ministry said. SUPRAJA

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