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City lads bring tele-film 'Saksham-Everyone is capable'

Chandigarh, Mar 1 (UNI) A group of local youth in their twenties, in a bid to revive the era of tele-films, are ready with their first such effort for release of 'Saksham-Everyone is Capable', based on the real life stories of struggles carried out by different people in pursuit of their goals.
The telefilm, produced and directed by local theated artist and digital marketing expert Snehil Sharma, revolves around five youths who have determination to achieve their respective goals by following the ideologies of Swami Vivekananda.
The movie, infact, portrays the real life struggles stories of a transgender, a girl from conservative Haryanvi family, an orphan and son and daughter of a Muslim family, shows a mirror to stereotypes of a society who often create hurdles in their way in achieving the goals.
The movie will also screen two transgenders Kajal and Simran of a local Kinner Dera in a real time characters, Mr Sharma disclosed to media after the release of a teaser of Tele-film today.'
The tele-film, a non-commercial project and joint venture of Adi Shakti Theatre and Inside Motion Pictures, produced in collaboration with Institute of Technology and Future Trends, is a tribute of the era of telefilms and set to be released by May this year.
Editor and cinematographer of tele film Akhil Yadav and artists Aman, Vanshika and others were also present on the occasion.
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PDP demands probe into Kulgam blast deaths

22 Oct 2018 | 6:55 PM

Srinagar, Oct 22 (UNI) Terming the death of seven civilians in Kulgam as condemnable, the Peoples Democratic Party on Monday demanded time-bound impartial probe and stern action against those responsible for the tragedy.

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Save Ganga: Another seer enters the fray

22 Oct 2018 | 6:53 PM

Dehradun, Oct 22 (UNI) Another associate of Prof G D Agrawal (Swami Gyan Swaroop Sanand)-Brahmachari Atmabodhanand-has announced to sit on an indefinite hunger strike from October 24 for the cause of a pollution-free holy Ganga.

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13 PoK guests arrive, 4 Kashmiris cross LoC

13 PoK guests arrive, 4 Kashmiris cross LoC

22 Oct 2018 | 6:45 PM

Srinagar, Oct 22 (UNI) As many as 13 fresh guests from Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) arrived here on Monday while only four Kashmiris crossed over to the other side of the Line of Control (LoC) in the weekly Karvan-e-Aman bus, operating between Srinagar and Muzaffarabad.

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Eight killed, 8 hurt as Van hit by Tipper in AP village

Eight killed, 8 hurt as Van hit by Tipper in AP village

22 Oct 2018 | 6:32 PM

Kakinada, Oct 22 (UNI) Eight persons were killed and equal number injured when the Tata Ace van in which they were travelling was hit by a speeding Tipper head-on, near Chebrolu village on the National Highway, 35 kms from here on Monday evening.

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Posters saying Priyanka Vadra missing in Rae Bareli

22 Oct 2018 | 6:16 PM

Rae Bareli, Oct 22(UNI) The posters showing that Priyanka Gandhi Vadra missing from the area has created much enthusiasm among the people here on Monday.

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