The most demanding and dashing actor of South films, Kamal Haasan has recently said in an interview that it is all rubbishes that I have ever approached Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan for his next film.
Though, there are gossips that actor Saif Ali Khan may get a call from actor-director Kamal Haasan for his next film Amar Hai.
At present, Kamal Haasan is working on his big-budget film ‘Vishwaroopam’, and also focusing on next project ‘Amar Hai’.
He told media that his next film doesn’t have a role that would fit to either Salman Khan or Shahrukh Khan. He said, “However, there is a role in Amar Hai that suits Saif, but we haven’t approached him yet. We will do so soon.”
The Indian women’s cricket captain Anjum Chopra has joined the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) team in Kolkata on Saturday to get some fitness tips from the team.
Reports have said that Anjum Chopra started shooting a fitness DVD at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata on Saturday.
While talking to media, Anjum Chopra said, “With the help of Kolkata Knight Riders, I have managed to gain knowledge about fitness and Rudi Webster, sports psychologist of KKR, has helped me a lot while shooting the very first fitness DVD meant for women athletes.”
She said, “This DVD shows how easy it can be for those who wants to look fit and how one can be trained. This is for every women.”
Vectra Chief Ravi Rishi, against whom FIR has registered by CBI earlier this week, has issued restraint order not to leave the country.
FIR has charged to NRI businessman, being accused in charge of the Army Chief’s bribery and lookout notice issued by CBI to may ask question him again over the Tatra truck deal case.
British businessman Rishi who is the Chairman of the Vectra Group the truck manufacturing company, has huge share in Tatra trucks, a Czech manufacturer.
However about its FIR, CBI is not sure, but the sale of 7000 trucks to the Army by Rishi’s Vectra Group as an offer a bribe six months in 2010 as allegation made by Army Chief VK Singh, put him under CBI investigation.
In Myanmar, Parliamentary by- polls started at 6 a.m. on Sunday morning with contesting in 9 regions or states of 157 candidates out of whom 17 are from political parties and 7 individuals.
Around 6.8 million voters will cast their votes for 45 constituencies, Kawhmu, Thonkwa, Dagon Seikkan, Mingala Taungnyunt, Hlegu and Mayangon are the six constituencies from which seven parties ,six are new, will participate in contest as representatives of House in Yangon region for six vacant seats in it.
Opposition leader, the Nobel peace laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, will stand for first time in Parliamentary by elections, along with 43 members of her National League for Democracy party for 48 vacant seats.
Facebook, one of the major social networking sites, has recently announced in a report that it has hired an engineering student here for a big annual package of Rs 1.34 crore.
Reports have said that this is one of the biggest offers made to any technical institution of the country per year.
Talking to media, Director of the Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology (MNNIT), P Chakravarti said, “A B.Tech student from the institute, who has requested that his name be withheld for “security reasons”, received a letter on March 27 from Facebook confirming his appointment and the annual pay package on offer was stated to be USD 262,500 (around Rs 1.34 crore).”
The latest Technology news said that the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has announced that it has issued notices to 36,156 subscribers as well as disconnected 22769 for violating terms and conditions on unsolicited calls and SMSs since it the implementation of regulations on September 27 last year.
In addition to this, TRAI has also ordered 94 telemarketers to have been penalized.
In a statement issued by TRAI, it had issued the Telecom Commercial Communications Customer Preference Regulations, 2010” on December 1, 2010. All the provisions of the regulations came into force from 27th September 2011.
Oil corporations’ decision of hike fuel prices revealed after today’s govt. clarification on decision of duty reduction and subsidy compensation.
A large amount of losses has revised by these State owned oil companies that around Rs 7.65 per litre on petrol sales, after increasing 20 %sales sale tax. While raised rates in Delhi is Rs 9.18 per litre.
Reasoning the retail selling price on fuel for their huge losses that demand hike fuel prices, they have demanded a cut in the Rs 14.35 a litre excise duty on petrol.