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Autocross -15, Motor Sports Race flagged off in Moodbidri

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Moodbidri: Tribhuvan Auto Motive Sports Club, Bedra Adventure Club, JCI, Indian Motor Sports Club jointly hosted Auto cross motor sports race was inauguratedon Saturday, by Youth Minister Abhayachandra Jain. The show was held at Pacharatna ground near Marigudi.

The 2 lacks rupees cheque which was issued by Sports Ministry and Yuvajan Seva was handed over by Abhayachandra Jain. He said that it is a proud privilege that in a place which is culturally, educationally famous, sports meet like this is really a commendable thing to be done in the city.

APMC ex President K.Krishnaraj Hegde, Business person Timmayya Shetty were the chief guests. Convener Abhijit, Kuldeep, Pratap, Hameed and others were present.

Bike show by Coastal Bikers, Bike Stunt from X Riders were the special attraction of the event.
  • Auto cross
  • Sports meet

Fast and Furious 7 Distributor Bhasha Creates Problems For 'Krishna Leela'

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Fast and Furious 7 Distributor Bhasha Creates Problems For 'Krishna Leela'
Krishna Leela is the recently released movie in Sandalwood, which has been received huge postive talks in Gandhinagara. It was released on March 20th as a Ugadi treat to all Kannada audience. But, now the movie is facing theatre problems!

Krishna Leela has been replaced by the English movie Fast and Furious 7, from April 3 at the theaters. The shows of the movie Krishna Leela has been cut down in theatres Govardhan-Yeshwanthpura, Krishna-K R Puram and Akash-Kunigal and has been replaced by Fast and Furious 7. According to the sources, distributor Bhasha has bought the distributing rights of Fast and Furious 7.

Even, though Krishna Leela is collecting good at the box office, Bhasha has been creating problems to the movie. With respect to the same producer-actor Ajai Rao and Krishna Leela director Shashank has brought a 'stay order' from the Civil Court. But, ironically nothing has been fruitful to Shashank and Ajai Rao. Krishna Leela is based on a real life incident and the movie stars Ajai Rao and TV fame Mayuri as leads.

The movie has been garnered good reviews from critics as well as critics. However, the cut down of the movie will definitely lead to the down fall of box office collection of Krishna Leela!

  • Hollywood
  • Fast and Furious
  • Kannada Movie

CCTV in trial room: Arrested Fabindia employees, senior executives to be quizzed today

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Panaji: The four employees of the Fabindia store in Goa and other senior executives are likely to be questioned by the police on Saturday in connection with the alleged CCTV camera in their store that was overlooking the changing rooms where central minister Smriti Irani was trying out clothes.

The store where the incident took place on Friday was sealed was sealed on Friday.

Top police sources said that the case had been handed over to the Goa Police Crime Branch for further investigation even as the North District police formed a special squad to examine stores across the coastal belt for mischievously placed security cameras.

Irani, who was visiting the store located near the upmarket beach resort village of Calangute in north Goa, was trying out clothes in the changing room when members of her entourage noticed the camera discreetly pointed towards the dressing room and raised a hue and cry.

A First Information Report has been filed under sections 354 and 509 of IPC, Superintendent of Police (North Goa) Umesh Gaonkar said, adding for employees of the Fabindia store had been arrested.

"We have sealed the store. Investigations are on," Gaonkar told reporters. Irani has also recorded her statement with the Calangute police station.

The police have not disclosed the identity of the detainees, all of whom are employees of the store operated by Fabindia, a leading Indian fashion label which has a presence across India.

Calangute BJP legislator Michael Lobo, who was first contacted by Irani's team after the incident, said he and the police were scanning through the video footage of the particular CCTV camera which goes back to at least three months.

"The camera is in a very mischievous place and there is footage of women changing clothes for the past three to four months. We have to crack down on this evil. Many women and men appear to have been targetted here," Lobo said.

The Congress, meanwhile, claimed that the 'changing room scandal' was commonplace in Goa's populous and popular coastal belt which hosts hundreds of thousands of tourists every year.

"Not just this boutique. All stores with such a facility must be investigated. A union minister can at least alert the authorities but most people cannot," Congress spokesperson Durgadas Kamat said.
  • Smriti Irani
  • Goa
  • CC tv
  • Fab india

Modi promises steps to curb flight of black money

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Bengaluru: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday indicated that his government would not only work towards bringing back the black money stashed away in foreign banks, but also take measures to prevent further flow of black money to other countries.

“We need to not only bring back whatever has gone away, but also make arrangements to ensure that no one dares to take away fresh black money abroad. I want to assure the people of the country that we will initiate the necessary measures,” Mr. Modi said, while addressing a public meeting in Bengaluru.

He said that his government would fulfil the aspirations of people who wanted tough measures against corruption.

False propaganda

He said the Opposition carried out a false propaganda against his government and questioned its commitment to the pre-poll promise of bringing back black money. But they could not suppress the truth, he said while pointing out that a Special Investigation Team had been formed to look into the issue and that the team had been regularly filing reports before the Supreme Court.

He said those ridiculing the government had to keep quiet after the Finance Minister introduced a Bill in Parliament to curb black money, he said.
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  • Modi
  • Black money
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