Monday, July 24, 2017

SATHIYAN UPSETS WORLD NO. 8 AS DABANG SMASHERS T.T.C. TAKE CONTROL OVER  DHFL MAHARASHTRA UNITED

Sathiyan upsets world No. 8 as Dabang Smashers T.T.C. take control over  DHFL Maharashtra United

New Delhi, 22 July 2017: Dabang Smashers T.T.C. took a commanding 8-4 lead over DHFL Maharashtra United after four matches with some solid display in the 10th tie of the CEAT Ultimate Table Tennis (UTT) at the Thyagaraj Stadium in New Delhi on Saturday.

World No. 110 G Sathiyan put Dabang Smashers T.T.C. ahead with a stunning 2-1 (11-3, 11-9, 7-11) win over Hong Kong world No. 8 Wong Chun Ting in the men’s singles (Foreign v Indian), the day’s opening match.

Sathiyan ran away with the opening game and then rallied back to clinch the second. Wong Chun Ting, however, came back strongly to win the third and bag a point for his team.

North Korea world No 19 Kim Song I extended Dabang Smashers TTC’s lead to 4-2 with a 2-1 (11-2, 11-5, 9-11) victory over Pooja Koparkar in the women’s singles (Foreign v Indian).

In-form Kim Song I dominated the Indian world No 279 in the first two games but the Maharashtra lass rallied to win the third game to hand her side a second point.

Next up was mixed doubles (Foreign/Indian pair), and Dabang Smashers T.T.C.’s Anthony Amalraj/ Tetyana Bilenko registered a 2-1 (11-8, 11-4, 4-11) win over Harmeet Desai/ Liu Jia to further their team’s lead to 6-3.

China-born Ukraine international Kou Lei, ranked No. 28 in the world, pulled off a thrilling 2-1 (11-10, 11-9, 5-11) win over Wong Chun Ting in the men’s singles to give Dabang Smashers T.T.C. a commanding 8-4 lead over DHFL Maharashtra United after four matches.

 
At the end of four matches – DHFL Maharashtra United 4-8 Dabang Smashers T.T.C.
MS – Wong Chun Ting lost to G Sathiyan 1-2 (3-11, 9-11, 11-7)

WS – Pooja Sahasrabudhe lost to Kim Song I 1-2 (2-11, 5-11, 11-9)

MD – Harmeet Desai/ Liu Jia lost to Anthony Amalraj/ Tetyana Bilenko 1-2 (8-11, 4-11, 11-4)

MS – Wong Chun Ting lost to Kou Lei 1-2 (10-11, 11-9, 5-11)

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Pratik S. Gore
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 INDIAN AMERICAN BUSINESS COUNCIL LAUNCHING INDIA NATIONAL CHAPTER

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Indian American Business Council [IABC] a non-profit organization with headquarter in Chicago, IL, USA, a platform for with micro, small, and medium size businesses to expand nationally and internationally, announces the launch of National Chapter in New Delhi, India, on July 22nd, 2017.

IABC has been working with Industries that includes, healthcare, manufacturing, energy and infrastructure products and services to provide them with access to collaborations, technical know-how, and investors’ relations.
IABC is signing many MoU’s that has far reaching social-economic impact. These MoU’s include:
  • Indian Industries Association (IIA) for the growth of manufacturing sector.
  • K. Devi Eye care Institute for the socio-medico tourism towards abolishing blindness. IABC is hosting a fund raiser for it’s founder, Dr. Awadh Dubey, in Chicago on August 3.
  • Mentor-on-Road to adopt 20 UP villages by NRI’s to turn them into Smart villages.
  • With a Group of Industries to get American investors for raising $25M for Industrial park development in UP.
  • Many individual company MoUs are signed for services like raising funds, market entry, financial management, sale or purchase of business units.

National chapter President of IABC, Vinay Kalani, shared, “IABC is an organization that provides handholding for business expansion in USA. But for India, technical know-how and getting NRI’s support for marketing our goods and services is of prime importance.” Mr. Vinay Kalani has lead Association of Industries, MP, the largest industrial association of MP as President. Currently he is the Vice President of Industrial foundation. He has contributed in numerous committees in State and Central Government in India. Mr. L. C. Tolani, a successful industrialist will be the General Secretary of IABC National Chapter.
Founder Chairman, Poonam Gupta-Krishnan, is a successful business entrepreneur specializing data science, also the founder of Government Technology Foundation, that is working to get technology Innovation in Government sector since 2011, was also present at the occasion. Poonam sees the total progress of community via empowerment and economic growth. Poonam’s next book, “Shift”, is focused on the changing landscape of geo-political-and technical shift and how to take advantage of the same.
IABC that has a facebook following of over 135,000 is open for all with complimentary membership. As businesses that are ready to move to the next level their paid membership is merged into service fee for their project. Three investment deals MoU totalling over $35 million USD are under way currently.

IAB Council works in collaboration with Chamber of commerce as well as other public and private organizations that facilitates trade delegations. IABC is registered as a not-for-profit in the state of Illinois, USA. IABC is launching it’s National Chapter, under the leadership of Mr. Vinay Kalani, IABC-UP chapter, under the leadership of Dr. Awadh Dubey, founder of RK Devi Charitable Eye-care institute, and IABC-Telangana under the leadership of Dr. Prithvi Yadav, Director of Narsee Moonjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS), Hyderabad.

For further inquiries or joining IABC, visit www.IABCouncil.org.
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LET US NOT LOOK AT CHINA USING WESTERN LENS



July 23, 2017 · by Prof Vaidyanathan · in china ·
Let us not look at China using Western Lens

23-07-2017                                                      Prof R.Vaidyanathan
July 2014 is an important month for global economics and China. It is the first time in recent history that China has overtaken USA in GDP [adjusted for purchasing power parity or PPP] and has become number one country in the world according to Euromonitor. Now the order is China/USA/India/Japan in terms of GDP at PPP. Of course in per capita terms, USA has ten times more gross income than China given the population size of the latter.
Still China’s growth has been phenomenal and in the next two decades, it is poised to become numero uno even in nominal terms out running USA. This has implications for India from an Asian perspective and also we need to formulate our strategy about China. Traditionally in the last few decades, we have been looking at China using US or UK lens. This is due to the fact that we have not developed many China centers all over India. Hence we have few experts who understand their language and try to look at China with Indian glasses rather than Anglo-Saxon lens.
Unfortunately for India—we look at India also using White man’s lens since we are genetically wired to them. Our children study in the west and our experts are all trained in the west.
If US say yoga is good for health we will start to practice it. West will decide if China is good or bad and we will follow them!.
For the last 000s of years we never had any war with China—Rarest occurance in the world particularly for the Abrahamic world which thrived on wars and genocide. 1962 was an aberration due to Nehru. In the words of Hu Shih, former Ambassador of China to USA [1938-1942] “India conquered and dominated China culturally for 20 centuries without having to send a single soldier across her borders.” Ship loads of Sanskrit and Pali original works taken away by Chiang-Kai-Shek from mainland to Taiwan bear testimony to it. These are exhibited in the Taipei museum even today.
The major change that is taking place in China is not related to their growth rates and Three Gorges Dam and the shopping malls and Olympics stadia. That is a typical Western way of viewing China. The main change is in religious affiliation and assertion of Islamic followers and development of large scale underground Church. The middle classes have given up rice [perceived to be for the illiterate poor] and are embracing Christianity since it also helps in job mobility particularly in global companies where the heads could belong to the same Church. Many Chinese students in the US call themselves Christian names like George or Vincent even if they have not converted. The Muslim population is less dispersed and more concentrated in specific locations like western part.
But there is also a growing interest in China about its past. The Ming dynasty tombs in Beijing which are made in marble were painted in red color during the great cultural revolution of the sixties and even today laborers are washing it to make it back in to white color without success. The guides are not reluctant to talk about it. The ten handed Buddha in the Summer Palace of Ching dynasty near Beijing has significant relationship with our idea of Lord Vishnu who destroys evil and even this is mentioned clearly. More importantly, China is opening what are called Confucius Institutes in more than fifty countries which is similar to British Council efforts but more focused on China’s ancient wisdom. . The first thing we should learn is to stop looking at China with Western glasses.
The economic boom in China has given rise to issues related to their faith/religion and associated things. First and foremost, China is facing a severe separatist [called splitters by Chinese] in their western region namely Xinjiang by Uighurs. The region is populated by followers of Islam religion and seeing unrest for the past two decades. But recently it has reached violent proportions. For instance, last year Chinese claimed that at least 100 have been killed in disturbances in that region. Not only that, some portion of the Uighurs has carried the battle to Beijing itself. In other words, one form of regional separation combined with Islamic terrorism has become a major problem in China. There are also reports that the Islamists are taking shelter in the Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK).
On the other hand, China is also waging a battle with “unrecognized” Church in its territory. Once a hub of Christianity, worshippers in Wenzhou fear their faith is facing its biggest threat since the Cultural Revolution. The recent visit of the Pope to South Korea as part of his engaging Asia has fueled concerns in China since China has its own church and does not recognize Papal authority.
“By my calculations China is destined to become the largest Christian country in the world very soon,” said Fenggang Yang, a professor of sociology at Purdue University and author of Religion in China: Survival and Revival under Communist Rule. But for China, both the Abrahamic religions are alien to its culture going back several thousand years. So they are trying to revive “Confucianism” by encouraging the study of it as well as opening several centers to propagate it. Buddhism is their ancient religion and Hindu influences are significant.
The keynote speech by the General Secretary of the Communist Party of China- Hu Jintao to the 17th Party Congress in October 2007 – devoted a paragraph to religion. He stressed that religious people including priests, monks and lay –believers played a positive role in the social and economic development of China. Hence religion is not any more the opiate of the masses. The state controlled Xinhua stresses that there must be freedom of belief. It says that religion can play an important role in realizing a ‘harmonious society” which is the new political role of the party. That is the main issue we at India should be interested in. A 2007 study conducted by two professors of China Normal University based on more than 4500 people concluded that more than 300 million people namely 31 percent are religious and more than 60 % of those are in the 16-40 age group. The number of followers of Christianity has increased to 12 % from a low of less than 8% in the nineties.
This last fact is interesting since a huge underground Church has developed in China and
Zhao Xiao, a former Communist Party official and convert to Christianity, thinks there are up to 130 million Christians in China. This figure is much more than the official figures of 21 million –16 million Protestants and five million Catholics. If the latter figure is true—which is corroborated by other like Pew Forum –then there are more Christians in China than the Communist Party membership which is pegged at 74 million in the last count.
Hence, India should be sending Sri Sri Ravishankar/Mata Amirtanandamayi / Swami Ramdev/ Pramukh Swami/Sankaracharyas/Vaishnavite Seers and other spiritual leaders, Bharatha Natyam experts, musicians, other artists in hundreds to China to “ Conquer and Dominate” by our soft power. We need to print millions of copies of Ramayana and Mahabharata and our Puranas and Gita and Jataka stories in all modern Chinese languages and widely make them available. The CDs of Mahabharata and Ramayana etc. can also be given free. We should start some fifty Bharatiya Vidya Bhavans in China. Actually China needs this more than USA even though all our soft power is currently on show in the USA. We should create a fund of at least Rs.10000 crore for this effort. There is a statue of Kalidasa in the Shanghai theatre unveiled by the theater academy. I do not think of any metro in India including the so called “cultural capital” Kolkata, having a statue of Kalidasa. At Kolkata, the Theatre Street became Shakespeare Sarani and not Kalidasa Marg!
We should strategically recognize the weak point of China and also the need of its masses in the absence of Communism. Many a Chinese even today believe that their next birth should be in India to reach salvation. Culture and religion are not taboos any more.
There are other issues. Officially China recognizes or permits only five religions namely Buddhism, Islam, Taoism, Protestantism and Catholicism7. Hence we should take steps to include Hinduism as one of the permitted religions. The Indian Government should take appropriate steps in this regard. The point is that our soft power in culture is interwoven in a tapestry form with the religion. You cannot separate it howsoever one tries it. Carnatic Music without Bhakti is neither music nor art. But our Government of all hues has never raised this issue with the Chinese.
The strategy should be to envelop China with music, dance, art, Yoga. Ayurveda, spiritual texts like Ithihasas, Gita, Puranas etc and capture the hearts of the middle classes as we have done for centuries.
The second issue is related to our own mind-set. We tend to look at China either through the Western spectacles or through local Marxist spectacles—which have more thick glasses. We need to come out of it. Even when invitations come to Indian spiritual leaders, the Government of India remains unenthusiastic and indicates its dis-interest in the false assumptions regarding China’s political orientation. The policy formulators are still living in the sixties and seventies while as China is undergoing a gigantic social crisis due to material prosperity and spiritual vacuum. Unfortunately, as a Chinese colleague of mine at Shanghai University commented last year, “both our countries are ruled by rootless deracinated foreign educated wonders that do not have any idea of the civilizational roots or the cultural richness of our lands.” Hopefully now it should have changed!!
China is enthusiastically waiting. To quote late B K S Iyengar, the doyen of yoga, “Mr. Iyengar told The Hindu during a visit to Beijing that he saw China as a future home for yoga. When he travelled to Guangzhou to give a lecture, he was stunned to find that organisers had rented out a stadium – more than 1,300 students had come to listen to him”.
But this is the opportunity to us since it is better to have a competitor and neighbor sharing the past cultural commonness. This will be very useful when the world is going to have two super powers from Asia unlike the conflict of last century between two super powers—USA and USSR- who did not have any shared cultural roots.
It is interesting that by now many Indians are aware that MSM of US/UK peddles lots of lies about India. But when the same rags say something about Chins we swallow it hook line and sinker.
We must distinguish between Government and society—same way Church does in India.
Chinese society is yearning to have good relationship with us. Let us remember that Buddhism is rebel Child of Hinduism—All rebel children are embraced as they grow old and absorbed in the mainstream.
China is at the threshold of change. It is yearning for spiritual solace. Many groups and sects from Western countries [with or without permission] are trying to spread their influence and message—since this is an opportunity for them.
Are we ready to undertake such a mission? Or continue to mouth worn out clich├ęs dished out by NYT and WSJ and Western Governments?
—————– 
Prof R. VaidyanathanCho. S Ramaswamy Visiting Chair Professor of Public Policy SASTRA UniversityProfessor of Finance IIMB[Rtd]

#2: FIBA ASIA WOMEN’S CUP 2017 –

#2: FIBA Asia Women’s Cup 2017 – India beat Uzbekistan; Australia and Japan open with victories
Bengaluru, 23rd July 2017: The FIBA Women’s Asia Cup 2017 tipped off this morning at the Sree Kanteerava Indoor Stadium in Bengaluru.

Division A

Australia down Korea

The first Division A game was a clash between powerhouse Australia and Korea. Playing for the first time in the FIBA Asia zone, Australia made an emphatic statement with a 78-54 win.

Ranked number 4 in the world, Australia got off to a slow start, allowing Korea to gain a 15-13 lead at the end of the first quarter. But from the second period onwards, Australia stifled the Koreans, forcing them to take tough contested shots. Korea managed only 3 points in the second quarter compared to Australia’s 20.

With a 33-18 lead to begin the second half, Australia cruised the rest of the way, relying on the scoring of forwards Kelsey Michelle Griffin (15 points) and Allanna Smith (13 points). Point guard Lauren Stacey Mansfield had 6 points and 5 assists.

Australia (Kelsey Michelle Griffin 15, Alanna Smith 13, Belinda Snell 11) bt Korea (Sungyoung Sim 11, Jisu Park 10, Hana Park 7) 78-54 [13-15, 20-3, 24-18, 21-18]

Japan rout Philippines

The Philippines were given a tough introduction to Division A, as they were defeated by Japan 106 – 55. The Japanese women got off to an electric start in the first quarter, opening up a 16-point lead. The lead only continued to grow as the game wore on, as the Japanese women continued to rotate the ball well, and maintain a high tempo on transition.

Evelyn Mawuli (21 points) led the scoring for Japan, and five other players also finished with scoring in double figures. Star point guard Asami Yoshida racked up five assists in the first five minutes of the game, and could afford to spend the rest of the game on the bench as the Japanese lead was never threatened.
Japan (Evelyn Mawuli 21 pts; Miyuki Kawamura 14 pts; Sakura Akaho 12 pts) bt Philippines (Gemma Miranda 17 pts; Allana May Lim 9 pts; Janine Pontejos 8 pts) 106-55 [25-11, 31-20, 31-8, 19-16]

Chinese Taipei edge past PRK

Chinese Taipei won their first game of the tournament 77 – 76 against DPR of Korea, in a thrilling finish. The game was tied at 60 going into the fourth quarter, and tied at 76 in the final minutes of the game. With seconds left on the clock, Chinese Taipei were awarded free throws for a foul committed by DPR of Korea, and managed to convert one of them.

The women from Chinese Taipei had to overcome a spirited performance from Suk Yong Ro, who had 36 points, shooting at a surreal 82%. DPR of Korea fielded a small team that played the game with a lot of intensity and at a very high tempo, forcing Chinese Taipei to play catch-up through most of the game. There were seven lead changes and five ties over the course of the game.

Chinese Taipei was led by centre Hsi-Le Bao who had a double-double, racking up 17 points and 10 rebounds.

Chinese Taipei (Hsi-Le Bao 17 pts, 10 rebs; Yu-Hao Lan 14 pts; Ping-Jen Huang 11 pts) bt DPR of Korea (Suk Yong Ro 36 pts; Hyang Ok Kim 23 pts) 77-76 [20-28, 20-16, 20-16, 17-16]

China defeat New Zealand

In their first match in the expanded FIBA Asia zone, New Zealand was blown out by team China. China’s size bothered New Zealand throughout the game. Starting at centre for China was 6-foot-7-inch Yueru Li, who was a towering presence in the paint.

China played excellent defense on New Zealand, rotating well and closing in on the NZ shooters. The paint was practically shut down by Yueru Li and backup centre Hongpin Huang. On the offensive end, China was patient, using the shot clock and finding the open shot.

Despite the absence of their first-choice centre Sun Mengran, China led from start to finish and closed out on a 77-48 win. Meng Li top scored for China with a game-high 15 points. Jillian Harmon had 14 points for New Zealand in the loss.

China (Meng Li 15, Yi Shen 14, Shuang Zhao 14) bt New Zealand (Jillian Harmon 14, Micaela Cocks 9, Antonia Edmondson 8) 77-48 [17-10, 22-14, 21-16, 17-8]



Division B


India defeat Uzbekistan

India began their quest for promotion to Division A with a flourish, beating Uzbekistan 92 – 76. The Indian women were hugely productive offensively, led by Anitha Paul Durai with 28 points. She was money from three-point land, hitting six of seven shots, and played with her heart on her sleeve, hustling on every possession.

Coach Visic rotated his team throughout the game, and there were bright performances all round: Jeena Skaria chipped in with 12 points and Shireen Limaye had 10 rebounds. Last minute call up Grima Merlin was very effective off the bench with 17 points, many of which were scored in transition.

India (Anitha Paul Durai 28 pts; Grima Merlin 17 pts; Jeena Skaria 12 pts) bt Uzbekistan (Elvira Salavatova 15 pts; Elena Khusnitdinova 14 pts; Natalya Koneva 13 pts) 92 – 76 (19 – 9, 24 – 21, 26 – 23, 23 – 23)

Singapore outclass Fiji

The other Division B games took place in Koramangala Indoor Stadium, starting with the game between Singapore and first time participants Fiji. Singapore outmatched Fiji in all departments, ending with a 103-38 win. Jayne Sarah top scored for Singapore with 21 points.

Singapore (Jayne Sarah En Min Tan 21, Jacqueline Jia Jia Chu 17, Cheryl Poon 17) bt Fiji (Bitila Sigani Tawake 8, Tiyana Anne Kainamou 7) 103-38 (35-9, 25-12, 18-9, 25-8)

Lebanon lose to Kazakhstan

The last s followed by the game between Kazakhstan and Lebanon. Lebanon shot the ball poorly (29% FGP) and was outrebounded 35 – 51. Eventually, the game finished 62 – 54 in favour of Kazakhstan, for whom Tamara Yagodkina top scored with 22 points and Zalina Kurazova had a double-double (14 pts, 11 rebs).

Kazakhstan (Tamara Yagodkina 22 pts; Zalina Kurazova 14 pts, 11 rebs; Nadezdha Kondrakova 11 pts) bt Lebanon (Rebecca Akl 18 pts; Lama Moukaddem 10 pts; Chirine El Charif 9 pts) 62 – 54 (15 – 13, 14 – 11, 21 – 13, 12 – 17)

B’TOWN BIGGIES TO GRACE THE OCCASION OF SADBHAWNA DIWAS – 2017

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Shaheed Bhagat Singh Sewa Dal and Shaheed E Azam Bhagat Singh Foundation organized Sadbhawna Diwas – 2017. They celebrated 21 years of NGO’S Humanitarian Journey, with the star cast of Mubarakan. The star-cast of the movie namely, Anil Kapoor, Arjun Kapoor, Ileana D’cruz and Athiya Shetty were spotted in the capital.

The spectators were also delighted to enjoy the live performance of Raftaar, Sukh-E and Ashok Masti. The gig filled everyone with zealous enthusiasm. Team Mubarakan was like an icing on the cake in the celebration. Moreover, one of the main reasons of the celebration was the work done by the NGO. The efforts put by Jitendra Singh Shanti (President), Women wings NGO, Hanuman Lakhotiya(President Of NGO) was extraordinary.

Shaheed Bhagat Singh Sewa Dal is a reputed NGO of East Delhi is undertaking various activities of social services of mankind and for the needy sections of the society.  This organization is involved in the old age care, health, disability, ambulance/hearse van service, welfare, cultural, patriotic, social and motivational work.

Shaheed E Azam Bhagat Singh Foundation works in the area of Dalit welfare, education & literacy, environment, health & nutrition, etc. The NGO works towards the promotion of sustainable development.

The eve was one of the rare opportunities to witness your favorite stars dance in full power. Team Mubarakan danced their heart out and entertained the audience. Raftaar, Sukh-E and Ashok Masti also energized the mood and delighted everyone out there. It was one of the most exciting celebrations that the capital witnessed.

GLANBIA: “FITINDIA CONCLAVE”

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Union Minister Vijay Goel and Cricketer Gautam Gambhir told the importance of nutrition for a healthy lifestyle at Fit India Conclave

New Delhi, Vijay Goel (Union Minister, youth and sports, Govt. Of India) and cricketer Gautam Gambhir told about the importance of nutrition in our lives, discussions about the benefits of adopting a healthy lifestyle in the FITINDIA Conclave.
On this occasion, Union Minister Vijay Goel said that today many citizens of our country need to be aware of fitness. Ministry is constantly trying for it. I am going to give a slogan to the country “Stay Fit India”. If we educate the citizens of the nation about the fitness, then the country will be the most prosperous. Mr. Goel also said that soon there will be a law in the country regarding nutrition which is going to stop doping in our country. In addition, Goel also said that we get the maximum number of players from Villages, Slum and backward areas. Being fit For Delhi; we will soon be organizing rural games in whole of Delhi.
Vijay Goel also highlighted the yoga as well. Mr. Goel said that Yoga is very important for physical and mental development & Nutrition has a very big role in this development.
At FIT INDIA Conclave, Gautam Gambhir, the player of the Indian cricket team, said, “What we eat, it makes a different role in our lives.” Nutrition is a big part of my career in cricket. The right nutrition makes a lot of difference to our health. If you have a Trained Fitness Trainer then your chances of getting sick are greatly reduced. During the Fit India conclave organised by Glanbia, Mr. Avik Sanyal, Country Head of Glanbia, said that there is a great need to make India’s people aware about the fit for which we will work together with the government in people’s health related programs. On this occasion, Mr. Sam Bedi, Regional Director of Glanbia said that we are organizing Fit India program under our corporate social responsibility in other cities of the country, In which the importance of nutrition for the people to be healthy is being explained, Which aims to keep people healthy and to protect themselves from diseases.


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BABBU MAAN THE WINNER OF FOUR WORLD MUSIC AWARDS IS BACK WITH ANOTHER HIT



Well known for his distinctive lyrics, live poetry and electric performances the prominent singer Babbu Maan is back. His latest song “Baarish Ke Bahane” seems like a perfect pick for all in this monsoon. The song is the outcome of the collaboration of Babbu Maan, Dj Sheizwood and Shweta Khanduri who are totally rocking in it.
The song that was launched a couple of weeks ago on YouTube and other music platforms has become a massive rage and is being heard on loop among the youth. The song has already created a buzz out there.
The only music producer and DJ of India who has produced and remixed more than 101 rocking music albums in just 7 years have made a comeback through this song. The specialized DJ who introduced house music in India on being asked about to comment on actors who sing said, “People should do the job that they are meant to do. They should not do other’s job.” When asked about the experience while working with Shweta he said, “We extremely loved working with her and looking forward to working with her more in near future.”
The actress Shweta Khanduri who is prominent in this latest hit on being asked about her future collaborations said, “You’ll next see me in a comedy film soon but I can’t reveal the name for now.”
The song “Baarish Ke Bahane” can be clearly seen adding to that glory and fun of monsoon as people are loving it. Watch the song to feel the spirit of rain and add to the excitement of this rainy season.

PRESS CONFERENCE OF THE LATEST FILM ‘VIP 2’

PRESS INVITATION

Wunderbar Films cordially invites you to attend the Press Conference & to share with you the uniqueness of their latest film

‘VIP 2’
(Velaiilla Pattadhari 2)


To be addressed by:
  • Kajol
  • Dhanush
  • Soundarya Rajnikanth (Director)

Time: 12:30 pm
Date: 24th July 2017 (Monday)
Venue: PVR Plaza, H Block, CP

You are requested to send correspondents/ photographers/ camera crew for the Press Conference.

SATHIYAN UPSETS WORLD NO. 8 AS DABANG SMASHERS T.T.C. TAKE CONTROL OVER  DHFL MAHARASHTRA UNITED

Sathiyan upsets world No. 8 as Dabang Smashers T.T.C. take control over  DHFL Maharashtra United

New Delhi, 22 July 2017: Dabang Smashers T.T.C. took a commanding 8-4 lead over DHFL Maharashtra United after four matches with some solid display in the 10th tie of the CEAT Ultimate Table Tennis (UTT) at the Thyagaraj Stadium in New Delhi on Saturday.

World No. 110 G Sathiyan put Dabang Smashers T.T.C. ahead with a stunning 2-1 (11-3, 11-9, 7-11) win over Hong Kong world No. 8 Wong Chun Ting in the men’s singles (Foreign v Indian), the day’s opening match.

Sathiyan ran away with the opening game and then rallied back to clinch the second. Wong Chun Ting, however, came back strongly to win the third and bag a point for his team.

North Korea world No 19 Kim Song I extended Dabang Smashers TTC’s lead to 4-2 with a 2-1 (11-2, 11-5, 9-11) victory over Pooja Koparkar in the women’s singles (Foreign v Indian).

In-form Kim Song I dominated the Indian world No 279 in the first two games but the Maharashtra lass rallied to win the third game to hand her side a second point.

Next up was mixed doubles (Foreign/Indian pair), and Dabang Smashers T.T.C.’s Anthony Amalraj/ Tetyana Bilenko registered a 2-1 (11-8, 11-4, 4-11) win over Harmeet Desai/ Liu Jia to further their team’s lead to 6-3.

China-born Ukraine international Kou Lei, ranked No. 28 in the world, pulled off a thrilling 2-1 (11-10, 11-9, 5-11) win over Wong Chun Ting in the men’s singles to give Dabang Smashers T.T.C. a commanding 8-4 lead over DHFL Maharashtra United after four matches.

 
At the end of four matches – DHFL Maharashtra United 4-8 Dabang Smashers T.T.C.
MS – Wong Chun Ting lost to G Sathiyan 1-2 (3-11, 9-11, 11-7)

WS – Pooja Sahasrabudhe lost to Kim Song I 1-2 (2-11, 5-11, 11-9)

MD – Harmeet Desai/ Liu Jia lost to Anthony Amalraj/ Tetyana Bilenko 1-2 (8-11, 4-11, 11-4)

MS – Wong Chun Ting lost to Kou Lei 1-2 (10-11, 11-9, 5-11)

Regards,
Pratik S. Gore
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SATHIYAN UPSETS WORLD NO. 8 AS DABANG SMASHERS T.T.C. TAKE CONTROL OVER  DHFL MAHARASHTRA UNITED JULY 23, 2017 LEAVE A COMMENT ON SATHIY...