Tuesday, July 25, 2017


After numerous obstacles` the controversial “Indu Sarkar” is finally set to release!
Madhur Bhandarkar’s controversial film Indu Sarkar is ready to meet the audience in cinemas. After much hustle and bustle, the film has finally been given a green signal from CBFC. The movie Indu Sarkar, is an upcoming Indian Hindi film, produced under the banner of Bhandarkar Entertainment and Mega Bollywood Private Limited. Recently Bhandarkar and the leading lady Kirti Kulhari were spotted in the Nation’s capital for the promotions of the film.
Interacting with media in the press conference, Madhur shared his thoughts for the same. While asking the director about the movie release and the Censor, he said, “I am really happy that we are finally moving ahead, there are not many cuts, I Can say that the main essence of the movie is still there.” About the censor board, he stated, “Censor board have given problem to several filmmakers, but I would really appreciate the committee of Censor, who saw the cut scenes and manage to maintain the real essence of the movie. Do watch this movie as a film not in terms of political controversy.”
On the other hand, Kirti seemed confident about the movie, she stated, “Yes I am really glad to be the part of this movie, and finally things are going as per the plans after so much of hurdle. Our entire team is really very happy for the same.” Regarding her character Kirti said, “I am playing the character of Indu Sarkar. This movie is all about her, that how she discovers her own self.”
Well, Indu Srakar is set in the period of the emergency in India, i.e., the 21-month long period from 1975 to 1977. It stars Kirti Kulhari, Neil Nitin Mukesh, Anupam Kher, Tota Roy Chowdhury and Supriya Vinod.  Bhandarkar who has claimed the film to be mostly fictional is finally relieved with the clearance.
The film Indu Sarkar is slated to release on July 28, 2017.
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Gacina gives Shazé Challengers an edge over Maharashtra United
New Delhi, 24 July 2017: Andrej Gacina won two matches to put Shazé Challengers ahead 7-5 against DHFL Maharashtra United after four matches in the ongoing tie on day 12 of the CEAT Ultimate Table Tennis (UTT) at the Thyagaraj Stadium in New Delhi on Monday.
Croatian world No 46 Gacina provided Shazé Challengers a 3-0 lead with a dominant 11-6, 11-9, 11-5 win over Surat-born world No. 79 Harmeet Desai in the men’s singles, the opening match.
However, Fu Yu, ranked 37 in the world, staged a come-from-behind win over world No. 135 Mouma Das of Shazé Challengers 2-1 (5-11, 11-7, 11-7) in the women’s singles to secure DHFL Maharashtra United’s first points in the tie (2-4).
The third match was mixed doubles and Harmeet Desai/ Liu Jia of DHFL Maharashtra United won the first two games 11-5 and 11-2 before Soumyajit Ghosh/ Petrissa Solja pulled one back 11-7 to keep Shazé Challengers ahead at 5-4.
Gacina then put it across Portuguese world No. 48 Joao Monteiro, a southpaw, 2-1 (11-6, 11-9, 7-11) in the men’s singles to give Shazé Challengers an edge. Five more matches remain in the ongoing tie.
On Tuesday, Oilmax Stag Yoddhas will lock horns with Dabang Smashers T.T.C. in their respective fifth and final round league fixture.
After four matches – Shazé Challengers 7-5 DHFL Maharashtra United
MS – Andrej Gacina beat Harmeet Desai 3-0 (11-6, 11-9, 11-6)
WS – Mouma Das lost to Fu Yu 1-2 (11-5, 7-11, 7-11)
MD – Soumyajit Ghosh/ Petrissa Solja lost to Harmeet Desai/ Liu Jia 1-2 (5-11, 2-11, 11-7
MS – Andrej Gacina beat Joao Montiero 2-1 (11-6, 11-9, 7-11)
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INNOVATION on ‘Watchdog for Agriculture Farms’ from Sri Ramakrishna Institute of Technology College wins Chairman’s Award at Texas Instruments India Innovation Challenge
Design Contest 2016

10 student teams receives 2 Crore funding from DST to launch their start-up company and incubated at NSRCEL, IIMB

Bangalore, July 22, 2017: 
Sri Ramakrishna Institute of Technology College, Coimbatore bagged Chairman’s Award for the best innovative product for the Texas Instruments
India Innovation Challenge Design Contest 2016. This was announced at the grand finale held at IIM Bangalore and was presided by top minds in academia and industry. The dignitaries present were
Prof. Ashok Jhunjhunwala, Shri NS Raghavan, Shri Harkesh Kumar Mittal, Dr. Anita Gupta, Prof. G Raghuram, Dr. Peter Balyta and Sanjay Srivastava.

The first runner up for the Texas Instruments IICDC 2016 is the team from
IIT Kharagpur for their innovation on tracking sleep disorder and the second runner up is from
Dream Institute of Technology, West Bengal for their innovative solution on safety ensuring wearable. Total 30 teams participated in the finals which received 1.5 crores as product development fund. Out of these, Jury selected 10 teams which will receive
INR 2Crores seed fund and opportunity to be incubated at NSRCEL, IIMB.

The 2016 TI
IICDC saw participation from ~11,000 engineering students across 624 colleges in India. The collaboration with Indian
Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB) and Department of Science and Technology (DST) has helped to nurture the young engineering minds and support the Make in India Program at IICDC 2016. In the 10 months long challenge, the participants
saw an intense mentoring program from IIMB and TI. TI provided technical resources and guidance throughout the contest, including tool support and mentoring to design & help the students make their prototypes. DST provided funding of INR 3.5 crores to the
student start-ups, which went towards the product development and seed fund. The online platform MyGov, promoted active participation of Indian citizens in the country’s governance and development, helped students from all different corners of the country
to register for the IICDC through the MyGov portal.

Commenting on the award ceremony, Mr. Laxmi Kant Tiwari from IIT Kharagpur, one of the selected 10 teamssaid, “We feel honoured and privileged to emerge winners of this year long challenge. It feels all the more exciting to know that we competed amongst the best minds in the country and we were chosen by eminent jury members
as the winning idea. We are confident that we will be able to work on this innovation further with the assistance and guidance from TI, IIM B and our mentors. We are all thrilled to start our new journey as entrepreneurs”

At the heels of the results, Texas Instruments India Innovation Challenge Design Contest (IICDC) 2017 is now open for registrations at
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