Tuesday, March 29, 2016

JAI HO! MADAME TUSSAUDS CELEBRATES HINDI FILM AND CULTURE

JAI HO! MADAME TUSSAUDS CELEBRATES HINDI FILM AND CULTURE AS BOLLYWOOD ICONS TRAVEL WASHINGTON, DC
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EXTEND YOUR HOLI CELEBRATIONS AS VISIONS OF TURQUOISE AND GOLD ARRIVE IN THE NATION’S CAPITAL FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY

[March 28, 2016] – Shimmers of gold sequins and flashes of turquoise will be in the air as Madame Tussauds Washington, DC welcomes the traveling Bollywood Figures Exhibit. Beginning on March 28th the figures of Bollywood superstars Shah Rukh Kha, Aishwarya Rai, Kareena Kapoor, Amitabh Bachchan and Hrithik Roshanwill join the wax likeness of Beyonce and Jimmy Fallon in the Nation’s capital. The vibrant exhibit, which features incredibly lifelike wax figures of these Hindi cinema legends, will be on display at Madame Tussauds through September 2016.

A team of studio artists from Madame Tussauds referred to countless images and videos, capturing hair and eye color, skin tone, and facial structure in order to create identical replicas of each Bollywood film star. Since the figures were individually launched, they have been traveling across the world visiting Madame Tussauds locations including London and New York. The figures arrive in the Nation’s capital after this weekend’s Holi Festival, the Indian’s culture celebration of spring, also known as the festival of colors.

Each incredibly lifelike figure is outfitted in attire that matches their likeness’ unique and individual style:

  • Shah Rukh Khan, one of Bollywood’s most renowned actors, often referred to as “King Khan” is dressed to impress, styled in a black tuxedo identical to what he wore to the 5th International Rome Film Festival in 2010.

  • Aishwarya Rai, one of the leading contemporary actresses of Indian cinema who was featured in the blockbuster action thriller Dhoom 2, looks gorgeous in a lilac gown recreated after her appearance at Cannes in 2010.

  • Kareena Kapoor, who is noted for her performances across a range of film genres, from romantic dramas and comedies to independent films and major Bollywood productions is adorned in a black embellished dress which was donated by Ms. Kapoor when she first met with Madame Tussauds artists.

  • Amitabh Bachchan, regarded as one of the greatest and most influential actors in the history of Indian cinema is seen in a traditional velvet dress-coat similar to the actor’s attire at Salon du cinema at the Grand Halle de la Villete in 2009.

  • Hrithik Roshan, a heartthrob and an acclaimed actor is the recipient of numerous Best Actor awards. Showcasing an incredible set of abs, Roshan’s figure is dressed in faded jeans and a unbuttoned sleeveless red shirt, items which were donated by the actor himself.

Madame Tussauds, Washington DC is thrilled for its visitors to see the traveling Bollywood set before they continue their worldwide tour later this summer. To participate in the conversation on social media, be sure to @DCWax and use #MTDCBollywood.

About Madame Tussauds Washington, DC
Madame Tussauds Washington, DC is a fully interactive, full-sensory experience, where visitors are able to touch, see, and hear major historical events and celebrities.  The attraction, highlighted by the Presidents Gallery which features wax figures of all 44 US Presidents, showcases likenesses of some of the world’s most recognized individuals, including: international superstars Zac Efron, Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Beyonce, Michael Jackson, Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus, and Rihanna; entertainment and sports giants Jimmy Fallon, Oprah Winfrey, Babe Ruth, and Tiger Woods; among others.

Madame Tussauds Washington, DC is a proud participant in the Washington DC Explorer Pass. Go City Card provides multi-attraction passes that maximize the fun, savings, and convenience of sightseeing with flexible purchase options for every type of traveler. For more information, visit www.madametussaudsdc.com or call 202-942-7300.
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UBA Pro Basketball League Season 2, Hyderabad Leg- Day 7

UBA Pro Basketball League Season 2, Hyderabad Leg- Day 7 Delhi Capitals stay alive with second semis win over Mumbai Challengers
Hyderabad, 29th March 2016: The United Basketball Alliance (UBA) Pro Basketball League Season 2 saw the second round of semifinals action today, at the Gachibowli Indoor Stadium. North division toppers Delhi Capitals kept their campaign alive with a win over Mumbai Challengers.

Dignitaries grace the occasion

The evening was also graced by the presence of multiple achievers across different fields. Beauty pageant, Mrs Sangeetha Singh, winner of the Mrs Australia Planet 2015 was on hand and met the Mumbai and Delhi teams before tipoff. “I have played a bit of basketball in my time as well. I’m really looking forward to this exciting match and hope the best team wins.”

Telugu actor Sudheer Babu attempted a few midrange jumpshots before successfully making a layup. “Basketball is a very loved sport and UBA is doing a fantastic job [of promoting it],” he said.

Also, in attendance were current Senior India men’s forward Rikin Pethani and former India international Manoj Tripathi.

For the second South Division semifinals, Shri Dasyam Vinay Bhaskar, Member of the Telangana Legislative Assembly (MLA) from the Warangal West constituency, was present.

Delhi Capitals bt Mumbai Challengers 72-61 (SF#2)

The Mumbai Challengers had drawn first blood in their semifinal series against the Delhi Capitals. The team with the best league stage record, Delhi Capitals, entered today’s game on the back foot after losing the opening game of the series yesterday.

Hoping for two off days before the finals, Mumbai Challengers were eager to close out the series today. Ranbir Singh picked up from where he left off in Game 1, opening his team’s scoring with a strong drive. But his 3-point shooting was below par, which hurt Mumbai’s offense. Mumbai centre Gagandeep Singh kept his numbers up with early points in the paint and from the freethrow line. For Delhi, forward Smithin Setu put up the initial points, cleaning up after his teammates in the paint. Delhi point guard Sachin Sharma nailed a couple of transition buckets to keep the scoring even. Gritty defense from both teams resulted in a low scoring first quarter with Mumbai up 12 to 11.

In the second quarter, Mumbai’s super-sub Brar Dildar came off the bench and hit all three of his 3-point attempts. Gagandeep continued to hit shots from inside the paint and Mumbai seemed poised to run away with the game. But guard Vinay Kaushik and forward Ajay Pratap Singh knocked down a couple of 3-pointers for Delhi to go with strong drives to the basket, keeping their team in the game. There was not much to separate the two teams at halftime with Mumbai still up by only 2 points 28 to 26.

Player of the match in Game 1, Jagdeep Bains joined Mumbai’s scoring party early in the second half operating in the low post. His frontcourt mate Nikhil Dahiya used his athleticism to hit some tough mid-range buckets. Delhi was still unable to stop Gagandeep on the inside, who put his full array of moves on display today, even hitting a deep mid-range banker that seemed out of his range. Delhi’s bench players peppered the Capitals’ scoring in the third quarter with contributions from multiple players. While Delhi used their full bench strength, playing all 12 players on their roster, Mumbai stuck to an 8-man rotation.

Leading by 6 points entering the final period, Vinay Kaushik stepped for Delhi, ferociously driving to the basket and finishing in the paint or earning his points at the freethrow line. Apart from Gagandeep, the other Mumbai players struggled on the offensive end with the team shooting an overall 33% from the field. Delhi’s 19 offensive rebounds led to 21 second chance points, hurting Mumbai down the stretch. Delhi gained the lead midway through the fourth quarter and continued to fire away, led by player of the match Vinay Kaushik’s 15 fourth quarter points. Delhi ended up winning by double-digits 72 to 61 and evened the series at 1-1. Vinay Kaushik was awarded a cash prize of INR 25,000 for his play today. The deciding third place match will be played tomorrow.

Delhi Capitals (Vinay Kaushik 21pts 5asts, Smithin Setu 11pts 12 rbs, Satyajeet 8pts) btMumbai Challengers (Gagandeep Singh 22pts, Brar Dildar 11pts, Nikhil Dahiya 9pts)72-61 (11-12, 14-16, 16-20, 30-13)

Late evening result from 28th March: Chennai Slam bt Pune Peshwas 88-72

The second semifinal series was between southern division rivals and last year’s finalists, Chennai Slam and Pune Peshwas. The defending champions had lost their last league game to the Peshwas and were eager to get revenge in the first of the three semifinals today.

Peshwas’ shooting guard Narender Grewal lit it up from 3-point range in the early minutes, knocking down his first two triples. For Chennai, forward Ashutosh Rai put his mid-range game on show, draining four jumpers in the first quarter. Chennai’s veteran centre Gopal Ram overpowered the leaner Gaurav Ohlan in the post to finish on baby hooks or easy lay-ins. On the other end, Gaurav Ohlan sparked the Pune offense taking advantage of the space given to him by the Chennai defense. He showed his mid-range touch, ending up with 8 first quarter points. Pune upped Chennai in the first period with the score at 21-17.

Chennai point guard Agu turned up the heat in the second quarter with an early 3-pointer. But Pune answered through Narender who hit another couple of 3-pointers in the early minutes of the second quarter to keep his team in the lead. At this point, centre Gopal lit up the scoreboard for Chennai using his size and touch to score down low. Neither Gaurav Ohlan nor any other Pune defenders were able to control Gopal’s scoring run (12 points in the second quarter). Chennai tightened up on the defensive end as well, pushing the tempo on Pune turnovers for easy transition buckets. Apart from Narender and Gaurav, no other Pune player was able to find the bottom of the basket as Chennai outscored Pune 27 to 12 in the second quarter.

Up 44 to 33 at halftime, Chennai kept its foot on the gas, led by Agu and Gopal. Agu knocked down a 3-pointer to start the third quarter and continued to be aggressive driving to the basket. Gopal remained unstoppable in the post, muscling his way to the basket and shooting above 70% from the freethrow line. Lengthy forward Arjun GK came off the bench for Chennai to provide the hustle element, scrapping for offensive rebounds and loose balls and making the right cuts to the basket. Chennai continued to remain on top, ending the first quarter up 62 to 48.

In the fourth quarter, Narender Grewal (32 points) hit another couple of triples for Pune in their hunt for a comeback. Gaurav Ohlan (21 points) put on an impressive mid-range show, hitting on multiple jumpers. But there was little support from the rest of the Pune team with no other player scoring in double digits. Gopal and Agu kept firing away to maintain the gap between the two teams. Shooting guard Carmel stepped up to knock down late freethrows and Chennai closed out on a blowout 88-72 victory.

Chennai Slam (Gopal 30pts 10rbs, Chukwunanu Agu 18pts 7asts 7stls, Arjun GK 12pts 10rbs) bt Pune Peshwas (Narender Grewal 32pts 11rbs, Gaurav Ohlan 21pts 10rbs, Arjun Mehta 4pts 7asts) 88-72 (17-21, 27-12, 18-15, 26-24)

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Described as equal parts historical document, confessional memoir, and social critique, this book chronicles Kollibri Terre Sonnenblume’s experience as an urban farmer in Portland, Oregon through the early 2000s. Mainly, it tells the story of Sunroot Gardens, a bicycle-based urban farming business, founded by the author in 2007. As Sonnenblume explains, this is not your typical, “Rah rah, look how sustainable we are” story, but it is full of lessons for those interested in using urban farming to address current environmental and social challenges.

Beyond the Tragedy in Global Fisheries (Politics, Science, and the Environment) by D.G. Webster

Webster examines how fisheries are evolving both politically and economically around the globe. Webster traces population growth and economic development patterns related to fisheries, and concludes that sustainable fisheries can only exist within a sustainable economic system.

Bread, Wine, Chocolate: The Slow Loss of Foods We Love by Simran Sethi

Drawing on interviews with many different food professionals, Sethi explores the historical and cultural importance of food and the growing threat of homogenization in the food system. Only thirty species provide nearly all of the world's calories today. Sethi assesses the reasons for this loss in diversity and the extensive effect it has on our health, traditions, and culture. From Ethiopian coffee forests to British yeast culture labs, the book takes readers on a page-turning exploration of the intimate relationship that exists between our food choices and sustained cultural and biological diversity.

Emerging Technologies for Promoting Food Security: Overcoming the World Food Crisis (Woodhead Publishing Series in Food Science, Technology and Nutrition) by Chandra Madramootoo

This book provides a thorough assessment of the factors that influence global food insecurity, including rising energy prices, water scarcity, increased biofuel use, and expanding populations. Additionally, it assesses innovative, emerging, and traditional food production techniques that promote global food security, as well as genetic and aquaculture technologies, pest and disease control, the reduction of post-harvest waste, and the public policy issues involved in world hunger.

The End of Plenty: The Race To Feed A Crowded World 
by Joel K. Bourne Jr.

Written by an environmental journalist, this book examines the future of food, feeding the world, and climate change, while introducing readers to food renegades, activists, and visionaries around the world. Both a comprehensive assessment of the future of food and a call to action, Bourne inspires his audience to join the next generation of farmers and scientists as they work creatively, quickly, and sustainably, in the midst of erratic weather patterns, to increase global food supplies.

First Bite: How We Learn to Eat
 by Bee Wilson

Author Bee Wilson takes readers around the globe in an exploration of how humans learn what, when, and how much to eat. Drawing on research from food psychologists, neuroscientists, and nutritionists, this book explores how culture, family, gender, memory, hunger, and love shape eating behaviors. With the goal of identifying how and why our relationship to food has gone awry, Wilson introduces readers to picky eaters, prisoners of war with a deep yearning for a home-cooked meal, and researchers that have developed new tactics for getting kids to eat more vegetables. Along the way, First Bite shows how a change in diet can create healthier, happier lives.

Food Wars: The Global Battle for Mouths, Minds, and Markets by Tim Lang and Michael Heasman

Much has happened in the world of food policy since 2003 when the first edition of Food Wars was published. The updated version gives increased attention to current food issues, including nutrition, obesity, food security, food prices, and market power. In addition to reiterating the importance of integrating human and environmental health, the authors offer ideas about the future of the global food system.

Gardening with Less Water: Low-Tech, Low-Cost Techniques; Use up to 90% Less Water in Your Garden
 
by David A. Bainbridge

An exploration of how to minimize water usage in gardening, this book offers easy and inexpensive techniques for keeping plots, pots, and beds hydrated. By minimizing evaporation and delivering water directly to the plant's roots, Bainbridge shows how gardeners can use up to 90 percent less water to yield the same results. His low-tech solutions - inspired by traditional techniques, proven by modern research - offer guidance for gardeners and small-scale farmers facing a period of water shortage or looking to operate more efficiently.

Grass, Soil, Hope: A Journey Through Carbon Country
 by Courtney White; Foreword by Michael Pollan

In this book, Courtney White defends the plausibility and importance of pulling increasing amounts of carbon from the atmosphere and storing it safely in soil. In addition to highlighting innovative soil management techniques already employed on farms and ranches around the world, the author articulates how smart land use could reduce greenhouse gas emissions and provide benefits to all living things.

Growing Livelihoods: Local Food Systems and Community Development (Earthscan Tools for Community Planning)
 by Rhonda Phillips and Chris Wharton

Evaluating the potential benefits of intertwining city planning and local food systems, Phillips and Wharton offer ideas on how local food systems can positively impact communities to increase nutritional offerings and stimulate economic development. Through highlighting six innovative food systems from across North America, the authors inspire and offer advice to readers interested in reforming their own local food system.

Hamburgers in Paradise: The Stories Behind the Food We Eat 
by Louise O. Fresco

In this book, Fresco utilizes decades of research to tell the story behind each meal that is eaten. With a focus on topics like surplus, obesity, poverty, and climate change, the author examines how food is produced and consumed, and how we can look to human and agricultural history to create a food system that will provide in the future.

The Hidden Half of Nature: The Microbial Roots of Life and Health 
by Dr. David Montgomery

Investigating the relationship between plant roots and the human gut, Dr. Montgomery focuses on the value of microbes and how they could potentially change the future of agriculture and medicine. In this book, Dr. Montgomery tells the story of revitalizing the dirt in his backyard with organic matter and how his cancer diagnosis led him to discover that humans are the "product of what our microbes eat."  

Just Food: Philosophy, Justice and Food 
by J. M. Dieterle

A compilation of thirteen philosophical essays, this book critically examines the causes and consequences of our inequitable food system. The rich dialogue on race, the gendered aspects of food inequality, food sovereignty, the relationship between food and property, and the local food movement both examines and contributes ethical considerations to the food justice movement.

Organic Cooking on a Budget: How to Grow Organic, Buy Local, Waste Nothing, and Eat Well 
by Arabella Forge

In this hands-on, practical advice-giving book, Forge teaches how to eat well and eat frugally. Through techniques such as building a composter and chicken coop, learning how to efficiently stock a pantry, and discovering local food resources, the reader will learn how to form a better, less wasteful relationship with food.

The Reproach of Hunger: Food, Justice, and Money in the Twenty-First Century
 by David Rieff

Based on six years of research, Reiff looks at whether or not ending extreme poverty and hunger is possible in the future. Rather than accepting current hunger eradication strategies at face value, the author provides a careful and critical analysis of all sides of the debate. Drawing on his extensive knowledge in international development and aid, Reiff provides readers with a realistic assessment of our ability to solve the global food crisis, and questions if any one effort can do it alone.

SNAP Matters: How Food Stamps Affect Health and Well-Being (Studies in Social Inequality) by Judith Bartfeld, Craig Gundersen, Timothy Smeeding and James Ziliak

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) has been in effect for over 50 years, yet there is a lack of research into its benefits, challenges, and overall effectiveness. This book brings together top scholars to begin asking and answering questions about how SNAP is related to obesity, poverty, malnutrition, and school food programs. Though deemed largely effective, the authors offer ideas for continued program and policy improvement.

The Urban Composter: An Indoor and Outdoor Guide to Composting for the City Homesteader - With 30+ Tips and Tricks
 by Jeremy Bennett

Regardless of the size of living space, this book teaches that composting can be done anywhere, at any time. With a special focus on urban composting, Bennett offers the reader the ins and outs of what and how to compost, along with 30 tips and tricks that will benefit both the expert and the beginner.

Urban Farmer: Growing Food for Profit on Leased and Borrowed Land
 by Curtis Allen Stone

In this practical, hands-on manual, Curtis Allen Stone explains the business strategies and techniques that are necessary for creating a successful urban farm. As an experienced urban farmer, Stone teaches how to be profitable while minimizing risk and growing high-yield, high-value crops.
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Virat Kohli, the style icon makes a Wrogn move in Hyderabad

Virat Kohli, the style icon makes a Wrogn move in Hyderabad
Anjana Reddy with equity participation by Sachin Tendulkar and co-owned by Virat Kohli launched, its first standalone store for its flagship brand Wrogn in Hyderabad

March 29, 2016, Hyderabad / New Delhi: Universal Sportsbiz Pvt Ltd (USPL), the celebrity fashion lines company founded by Anjana Reddy with equity participation by Sachin Tendulkar and co-owned by Virat Kohli launched, its first standalone store for its flagship brand Wrogn at Forum Sujana Mall, Kukatpally, Hyderabad. Expanding its footprint across India, the launch of the brand’s first store marks its emerging foothold in Hyderabad.

Hyderabad, the city of Nawabs is a very important market for Wrogn in terms of brand positioning and sales. The modern retail penetration for brick and mortar retail stands at 9% with a space occupancy of 5 million sq ft and a growth rate of 14.5% allowing the brand to an exposed space of a large target market. The brand intends to continue investing in this region through innovative business strategies to mark its dominance in the retail market, which is set to grow rapidly in the next 3-5 years.

Anjana Reddy, Founder and CEO of USPL said that, ‘’Wrogn as a growing brand has seen great success in the brick and mortar format in Shoppers Stop in over 30 cities. Furthermore, the brand has decided to launch a EBO in Hyderabad because the city has seen positive absolute numbers and great brand following. I am sure in times to come Hyderabad will accommodate more counters as we strive to provide our customers with superior merchandise and an overall international brand experience.”

India’s test cricket captain and one of the biggest sports celebrity icons, Virat Kohli will soon be visiting the city of Hyderabad to meet his exciting fans. Commenting on this joyous occasion of his brand’s store launch, Virat added, “Unconventional, trendy and full of life – we look forward to engaging our consumer’s fashion sense with an individualistic style statement and exclusive offerings that is synonymous with Wrogn. I am certain that our store will be warmly welcomed by the people of Hyderabad”

The Wrogn store promises to provide customers a one-stop shop for swanky styles at affordable prices. Spread across 1,000 square feet, the store offers more than 250 designs and a glimpse into its latest and trendy Spring / Summer 2016 collection which comprises of semi-formal shirts, t-shirts, trousers and denims, etc and is available at a price range of INR 999 and upwards.

Store Address: WROGN, Forum Sujana Mall,  Unit No. 101, first floor, Plot No. S-16, Survey No. 1009, Opposite Malaysian Township, KPHB-6th Phase, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – Telangana 500072

About WROGN
WROGN (pronounced wrong), launched in October 2014, is a breakaway youth fashion brand which is inspired by the distinctive sense of style and the enormous youth appeal of cricketing genius, Virat Kohli. WROGN is an extension of his bold and dynamic personality, which is expressed in each piece of clothing. WROGN is targeted towards open minded and progressive young men, who like to make their own choices in life. The brand is experimental in its ethos and product philosophy. WROGN is one of the highest selling fashion brands on fashion portal Myntra and is available in prominent Shoppers Stop locations. For more details, log ontohttp://www.wrogn.in/
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Libya’s plan to create a gold-backed currency

Hillary Emails show UK, French, Egyptian special forces were secretly in Libya providing arms to “protestors”
Newly disclosed emails show that Libya’s plan to create a gold-backed currency to compete with the euro and dollar was a motive for NATO’s intervention.
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thumbnailindminenews­.wordpress­.com– Prime Minister Narendra Modi will embark on a three – nation tour to Belgium, the US and Saudi Arabia from tomorrow.Talking to news persons in Delhi this evening, Ministry of External Affairs Spoke…
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thumbnailaseannews­.wordpress­.com– The 9th edition of Defexpo India, a biennial exhibition on Land, Naval and Internal Homeland Security Systems was inaugurated today by the Defence Minister, Shri Manohar Parrikar at Naqueri Quitol,…
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Costco and other memberships you didn’t know offer great travel deals
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‘Batman v Superman’ takes huge $170 million at the box office
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