Tuesday, May 27, 2014

SAB TV launches Alien comedy TV series ” Badi Dooooor se Aaye Hai”

SAB TV, India’s most-loved comedy channel will be telecasting the country’s first ever alien comedy TV series – Badi Dooooor Se Aaye Hain. ‘Badi Dooooor Se Aaye Hain’ is an innovative alien comedy TV series and the plot will revolve around an alien family coming to earth in search of their lost son. Equipped with superpowers they assume human form to blend in with our civilization. The show has an impressive star-cast which includes popular television celebrities and actors Sumeet Raghavan, Tanaaz and Bakhtiyar Irani along with many other well-known faces.Hats Off productions is the creative source for producing ‘Badi Dooooor Se Aaye Hain’.

Speaking about the inventive show, JD Majethia, founder of Hats-Off Productions said, “Badi Dooooor Se Aaye Hain is a complete out-of-the-world comedy TV series. The central theme focusses on a family of aliens coming to earth, this leads to them trying to adapt to human surroundings and culture. This is the first time that Indian audiences will get to watch an alien comedy show and we are sure they will love the experience.”

Mr. Anooj Kapoor, Senior EVP & Business Head – SAB TV said, “SAB TV is known for its light hearted daily comedies that entertain the entire family. Our new show Badi Dooooor Se Aaye Hai will not only present a fresh concept but a unique idea as to why do humans have so many boundaries and hostility towards each other, and that too from the point of view of those who come from another unbiased world. We are confident the show will be enjoyed by our audiences”. Writer / Director, Aatish Kapadia adds, “We find people dramatically different from usAlien! But we forget that we would appear equally Alien to those people.

This show is about the beauty of adapting to diversity and the comedy and sensitivity that springs out of it”. Badi Dooooor Se Aaye Hai promises viewers across India an entertaining, fun, family time together every week from Monday to Friday 9:30 pm from 9th June exclusively on SAB TV.

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Energy Journal April 2014 Released 
With Focus on ‘Energy Access’ this edition shares some sustainable rural energy access projects and WEC India own engagement in this priority domain.  We share glimpses of some of the recent discussions under the ‘WEC India Dialogue Series’. We bring highlights of 22nd World Energy Congress held in Daegu as well.

  1. WTO sets up panel to examine US-India solar power dispute
    The US had complained against India’s domestic content requirements under National Solar Mission (NSM) solar power programme
  2. 24x7 supply a priority: PowerMin to new govt
    Power ministry would like to take decision on ensuring financial viability of loss-making distribution companies
  3. Uninterrupted power, fuel supply should be Narendra Modi government's top priority
    Supply of coal from mines for generation of projects in the 13th Plan period (2017-22) should also be finalised.
  4. Govt to give priority to 3 critical rail links to carry coal
    Narendra Modi-led BJP government will accord high priority to implementation of three critical rail links, a move that will ensure transportation of 300 million tonne (MT) of additional coal amid shortages faced in the country.
  5. Life threat again for Dabhol power
    Cites non-viability due to hike in gas price and subsequent tariff rise; fate of 1,967 MW project in Maharashtra hangs in the balance
  6. No hike in power tariff in MP for 2014-15
    State Regulatory Commission keeps tariffs unchanged for the fiscal
  7. GE would keep Alstom’s nuclear division in France: Clara Gaymard
    Gaymard’s comments underline GE CEO Jeffrey Immelt’s pledge to respect the sovereign character of France’s nuclear industry
  8. Tata Power eyes SAARC, South East Asia, Africa for growth
    To fuel its ambitious growth plans, Tata Power is focusing on overseas opportunities spread across four regions including South East Asia and SAARC.
  9. Won’t fund Adani’s coal port expansion in Australia: Deutsche Bank
    Australia had okayed the coal port expansion at Abbot Point, but activists fought the nod, which UNESCO warned risks damaging the reef’s fragile ecosystem
  10. UP govt to expedite pending power projects
    Minister of State for Power Yasar Shah said that on the directives of Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav a review of all proposed power projects has been started.
  11. Russia-China natural gas deal sets benchmark in global gas prices
    Russia’s move to sign a $400-bn deal to supply natural gas to China for $10-$11 a unit through a pipeline signals the country’s strategic shift towards Asia.
  12. India imposes anti-dumping duty on solar cell imports
    In its final findings, the Directorate General of Anti-dumping and Allied Duties (DGAD) has recommended imposition of the duty on imports of "solar cells.
  13. Govt recommends anti-dumping levy on US, Chinese solar cells
    Recommendation comes on the basis of findings that increased imports have caused "material injury" to domestic industry
  14. India plans levy on US, Malaysia and Taiwan solar panels
    The duties would add $0.11 to $0.48 a watt for US cells, $0.62 for Malaysian units and $0.59 for those from Taiwan
  15. Bhel commissions hydro power project in Himachal Pradesh
    Bhel's scope of work in the project included supply and installation of turbines, control and monitoring system, associated station auxiliaries.
  16. Refiners processed 2.2% less crude in April vs year ago: Govt
    The government data included estimated crude processing by Reliance Industries' 580,000-bpd export-focused plant.
  17. Uttarakhand Government to move Supreme Court against ban on hydro-power projects
    The decision was taken at a meeting headed by CM Harish Rawat yesterday. It has been decided that the government will consult Power ministry and experts in this regard.
  18. NTPC may build plant to run on imported coal
    The move will help NTPC to prepare for local coal shortages and to take advantage of a fall in global prices
  19. Wind, solar energy to get big push under Narendra Modi-led NDA
    The BJP's election manifesto promises a 'comprehensive energy policy' to harness oil, gas, hydro, wind, solar, coal and nuclear energy.
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