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  1. YANGON: A group of Myanmar journalists said they would begin wearing black T-shirts on Saturday in protest at the detention of two Reuters reporters accused of violating the country?s Official Secrets Act, as pressure builds on Myanmar to release the pair. The Protection Committee for Myanmar Journalists, a group of local reporters who have demonstrated against past prosecutions of journalists, decried the ?unfair arrests that affect media freedom?. In a statement on Facebook, the committee said its members would don black T-shirts ?to signify the dark age of media freedom? in Myanmar. They demanded the unconditional and immediate release of the two reporters, Wa Lone, 31, and Kyaw Soe Oo, 27. ?Journalists all over the country are urged to take part in the Black Campaign,? the group said. It said it also planned to stage official protests and prayers. The group has staged several protests on behalf of arrested reporters from other media this year, including one in June in which around 100 journalists took part. It was not immediately clear how many journalists have joined the black T-shirt protest. The Protection Committee for Myanmar Journalists was formed in response to the arrest in June of a newspaper editor over the publication of a cartoon that made fun of the military, said video journalist A Hla Lay Thu Zar - one of the group?s 21-member executive committee. ?A reporter must have the right to get information and write news ethically,? said A Hla Lay Thu Zar in reference to the case of the two Reuters? journalists. Myo Nyunt, deputy director for Myanmar?s Ministry of Information, told Reuters the case had nothing to do with press freedom. ?It?s related to the Official Secrets Act,? he said. ?Journalists should be able to tell what is secret and what is not... We already have press freedom. There?s freedom to write and speak... There?s press freedom if you follow the rules.? Asked about the local reporters? ?black campaign?, he said: ?Everyone can express his feelings.? Pressure from across the world The journalists were arrested on Tuesday evening after they were invited to dine with police officers on the outskirts of Myanmar?s largest city, Yangon. US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, the President of the European Parliament Antonio Tajani, and government officials from Canada, Britain, Sweden, and Bangladesh, have all called for their release. The two reporters had worked on Reuters coverage of a crisis that has seen an estimated 655,000 Rohingya Muslims flee from a fierce military crackdown on militants in western Rakhine state. The Ministry of Information said the journalists had ?illegally acquired information with the intention to share it with foreign media?, and released a photo of the pair in handcuffs. It said they were being investigated under the 1923 Official Secrets Act, which carries a maximum prison sentence of 14 years. Human rights advocates say press freedom is under attack in Myanmar, where the young civilian-led government of Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi shares power with the military that ran the country for decades. At least 11 journalists have been detained in 2017, although some have since been released. Police told Wa Lone?s wife on Thursday that the reporters were taken from Htaunt Kyant police station in north Yangon by an investigation team to an undisclosed location shortly after their arrest. They added the reporters would be brought back to the station in ?two to three days at most?. It is now four days since they were detained. Separately, police lieutenant colonel Myint Htwe of the Yangon Police Division told Reuters on Thursday the reporters? location would not be disclosed until the investigation was complete. Since then, the authorities have not provided any further information on their whereabouts.
  2. Fans of Shah Rukh Khan?s Don series will need to wait for an unidentified period of time for the third instalment but can take solace in the fact that the movie will be made. The producer of the series, Ritesh Sidhwani has confirmed that the team is just waiting for the right script. ?I am eagerly awaiting but I think we need to find the right script. Are we going to make it? The answer is yes. I don't exactly know the time.? Ritesh added that the production is seriously thinking about Don 3 and are formulating ideas. Ritesh and Farhan Akhtar had bought the rights to the Don film which was released in 1978 and starred Amitabh Bachchan. The first two instalments of the series were highly popular with audiences when released in 2006 and 2011 respectively. The remake of the movie featured Shah Rukh Khan in the lead.
  3. Irrfan Khan is one of those rare actors who loves to experiment with his roles and nails it. On one hand, he can play a common man, while on the other he can transform into a gangster and mess up our minds. Over the time, he has proved that he is one of the most versatile actors in tinsel town and there is no one who can say otherwise. And now he is all set to entertain us once again along with Deepika Padukone in the upcoming gangster drama, 'Sapna Didi'. The duo has given a mind-blowing performance in 'Piku' and having a chance to see them again in a flick together in no less than a treat. (c) Facebook/ DeepikaFC If reports are to be believed, Irrfan will be seen stepping into the shoes of underworld Don Dawood Ibrahim in this film. The gangster drama seems to be the flavour of the season in B-town. (c) Twitter Recently we saw Farhan Akhtar, Siddhanth Kapoor and Rishi Kapoor playing the most wanted don on the silver screen. But no one impressed us the way Vijay Maurya's did in Anurag Kashyap's 'Black Friday'. It would be interesting to see Irrfan donning this role after all the man has never let us down. It's a stylish Fri-yay! Thank you @ishabhansali for styling the #dapper power house Actor @irrfan in @sarabkhanijouofficial designs...#weekendvibes #PRatWork @truebluejunkie #Repost (@get_repost) ã»ã»ã» Drapes Galore. @irrfan looking super cool while promoting Qarib Qarib Singlle. Wearing: Kurta, cover-up & trousers by @sarabkhanijouofficial Assisted by: @bhoomikka #drape #grey #black #cool #irrfan #menswear #mensstyle #mensfashion #indie #PR #prcommunicationsconsultancy #PRatWork #Workdiaries #WorkandPlay #PriyaRandhawa @truebluejunkie #prprofessional #prpro #designers #lifestyle #Fashion #Instastyle #Designerwear #india #TGIF #Irrfankhan #actor A post shared by PRCommunicationsConsultancy (@prcommunicationsconsultancy) on Oct 27, 2017 at 8:07am PDT Talking about his character to Mid-Day he said, “My character has shades of grey, but playing the part will be an enthralling experience. Depending on the amount of action that I will need to execute, I will allot certain dates ahead of shooting. It will depend on the final draft, which is currently being scripted. I will devote a few months to get myself physically prepared. Usually, I work on three films a year, which gives me ample time between each. I will use some of that to get in shape for this film.” #Repost @filamstory (@get_repost) ã»ã»ã» Irrfan Khan chilling like a boss in a @khanijo_official shirt, @marksandspencerindia linen-silk bomber and trousers, @wcfco footwear. Styled impeccably by @ishabhansali. @filamstory . . #bollywood #bollywoodactor #irrfankhan #bollywoodfashion #celebstyle #bollywoodstyle #instastyle #ootd #mensfashion #blogger #fashionblogger #journalist #photographer #mumbai #india #indian #celebrity A post shared by Isha Bhansali (@ishabhansali) on Oct 26, 2017 at 12:24pm PDT Directed by Honey Trehan, the film 'Sapna Didi' is based on a book by Hussain Zaidi named 'Mafia Queens Of Mumbai'. The movie will be produced under the banner of the filmmaker, Vishal Bhardwaj. Obviously we are very excited to see Irrfan as Dawood but we are more excited to see him and Deepika coming back on big screen together. On the work front, the actor is gearing up for his upcoming film, 'Qarib Qarib Single' which is hit the theatres on November 10.
  4. Back in the 1998 Sharjah ODI series, Sachin Tendulkar slammed back-to-back hundreds (134 and 143 runs) in two crucial matches against Australia to establish his reputation as a modern-day batting great. It was the same series where Tendulkar's batting prowess had also caught Sir Don Bradman's attention and as a result, he was invited by the legend himself, at his Kennington Park home in Adelaide on his 90th birthday. Nineteen years later, on the 109th birth anniversary of the Australian legend, the Master Blaster paid tribute to Bradman with a heartfelt message on the social media. To the one and only.... Happy Birthday to Sir Donald Bradman pic.twitter.com/8XfKssiMn7 — sachin tendulkar (@sachin_rt) August 27, 2017 "To the one and only....Happy Birthday to Sir Donald Bradman," he tweeted alongside a photo of himself with the cricket legend. Bradman, who is regarded as the game's greatest batter and ended his Test career with an average of 99.94, had no qualms in admitting that he saw similarities between his batting style and that of Tendulkar's. Tendulkar was 25 then and had the world at his feat due to his unstoppable willow-wielding heroics. The Little Master is regarded as cricket's most-complete batsman since Bradman. The Australian legend passed away in 2001, but 27 August is still remembered by many fans as the 'Bradman Day'. A day for every cricket lover to remember Sir Don Bradman, the greatest batsman of all times on his birth anniversary.#BradmanJayanti pic.twitter.com/ba9kbW5CP3 — Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) August 27, 2017 Apart from Tendulkar, his former Team India mate Virender Sehwag also wished Bradman on his birthday. "A day for every cricket lover to remember Sir Don Bradman, the greatest batsman of all times on his birth anniversary.#BradmanJayanti," he tweeted. According to a book writtent by Roland Perry, “He (Bradman) was most taken in by Tendulkar's technique, compactness and his shot production and had asked his wife to have a look at the Indian as he felt that Tendulkar played like he had. Jessie agreed that they appeared similar.” “Bradman ranked Brian Lara and Tendulkar as the best batsmen in the world and found it difficult to judge who was better. He thought that Tendulkar had a very sound defence while Lara was marginally more aggressive and took more risks. By 2000, he held the view that they were the best in world cricket, but that Tendulkar just pipped Lara as the world's number one,” the book added.
  5. Well, nowadays anything can happen over the Internet. No one is safe! One of the biggest problems of social media is death hoax and the way news gets spread without any verification. The latest victim of such ‘breaking’ (fake) news is Shah Rukh Khan. The stories about his death started doing the rounds when a French website reported that SRK died in a plane crash in Paris. The news, of course, wasn't true because at the moment the actor is busy shooting for Aanand L. Rai's next. The website didn’t just stop here. They also reported the France Civil Aviation have issued a statement about the same. The report said, “Tributes have poured in for the Indian actor, producer and television personality, Shah Rukh Khan after he was killed along with seven others when a private jet he was travelling in crashed. It is believed to have been caused by turbulent weather. He was travelling in a Gulfstream G550 Jet with his personal assistant and others to Paris, France to attend a business meeting.” To add more fluff to the already fake news, the news website stated that King Khan’s death has stunned Indian, Asians and the Indian Diaspora worldwide. Now that’s not only unethical but truly disgusting! We get media does things to get TRP and traffics but faking news about someone’s death is way too much. As per reports, SRK’s team started receiving calls and messages about the same. They kept assuring everyone around the whole day. Though this isn't the first time death hoax about someone famous has spread around. Popular B-town celebrities have always fallen prey to such disgusting news. Actors like Dilip Kumar, Amitabh Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Madhuri Dixit, Rajnikanth, and Baba Ramdev are few celebrities who were “killed” by the internet.
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  7. Major Amit Deswal was serving the country last year in the Army’s Special Forces when he lost his life during an encounter in Manipur. Needless to say, his family was lost and the tragic death gravely affected everyone attached to him, especially his wife. © Twitter However, life is all about moving on. While some of us drown out the pain, there are some people like Neeta, Amit’s wife, who become a stellar example of bravery and strength. After almost one year of his untimely demise, Neeta is all set to don the Army uniform. Starting April 1st, Neeta will be busy training at the Officer’s Training Academy in Chennai for 49 weeks. Around two months post her husband’s death; Neeta shifted to Haryana with her son to be with the family and started preparing for the Service Selection Board (SSB) exams. © Twitter The Haryana government offered her a job but she chose the Army life instead. In an interview with The Times Of India(http://epaperbeta.timesofindia.com/Article.aspx?eid=31973&articlexml=Husband-my-hero-08032017002034), she said “I never thought of separating myself from the Army . Even after my husband's martyrdom, he has a special status in the forces and I want to carry forward his legacy by becoming an officer myself. My husband was my hero and serving in the Army would keep him with me forever. I just heard my inner voice and decided to don the uniform. I am focusing on performing well during training”. Her family is supporting her with all the love and respect that she deserves. © Facebook How do you define a human who has so much strength to carry on in life and beat all the odds to win the game? You cannot. Neeta is a beautiful example of bravery, inner strength and emotional power. She has proved that what we make out of grief is completely in our own hands. Also, serving the nation runs in this beautiful family. Her husband’s love for her, combined with her love for her husband, is all the power that this world needs to make it a better place. We need more people like Neeta in the world. Now, we can’t wait to see her in the a commanding Army uniform.