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Shashank said,A lot of unions keep emergingbut that doesnt bother us because we have the largest following of 69000 autos We call agitations to voice drivers problems I dont remember Kurien calling a single agitation?s China War?is now a visiting fellow at the Contemporary China CentreAustralian National Universityexpress@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Chennai | Published: September 9 2015 10:11 pm This is the third time Sundeep Kishan and Regina Cassandra have collaborated after “Routine Love Story” and “Ra Ra krishnayya” Related News Actor Sundeep Kishan who was last seen in Telugu actioner “Tiger” will next been seen in a yet-untitled Tamil comic thriller also starring Regina Cassandra This is the third time Sundeep and Regina have collaborated after “Routine Love Story” and “Ra Ra krishnayya” Directed by debutant Lokesh Kanagaraj the film has already been wrapped up “We finished shooting last week and the post-production work has begun It’s a comic thriller laced with some social elements Producer Chakri Chigurupati has already bagged the Telugu dubbing rights for a fancy price” Sundeep said adding that he’s really excited about the project Share This Article Related Article Explaining the reason behind his excitement he said: “The crew comprises technicians who’ve predominantly worked in short films It’s a young team and I had a blast working with them The script is fantastic with a lot of soul” This will be Sundeep’s second Tamil film and although he admits his first preference will always be Telugu films he clarified he wouldn’t mind doing interesting projects in the other languages too “I’m confident that this film will earn me a lot of respect My gut has always been right about my selection of scripts” he said Produced by Potential Studios the makers behind Nayantara’s upcoming Tamil horror-thriller “Maya” the film is likely to hit the screens in November For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tabassum Barnagarwala | Mumbai | Updated: May 13 2016 9:12 am For beedi rollers division of opinion on whether to continue this work or learn new skills remains even as manufacturers debate over their next move after the SC decision to implement 85 per cent warning on packets (Express Photo by Nirmal Harindran) Related News When two middle-aged women committed suicide by consuming wall paint powder manufactured locally after all beedi factories shut down in April Geeta Ambivali whose family has been involved in beedi rolling for three generations was inspired to act She sent her daughter Priyanka (18) to a local stitching workshop at Lodhi Gali determined to put her into a new profession “I see an end of the beedi industry with this new warning system on packages” she said Like her at least three other women who have been rolling beedis for several years made the hard switch From a job they had grown comfortable in within the walls of their home they are now stepping out to learn something new Priyanka has already learnt to stitch towels uniforms and caps in the last few weeks “I will earn Rs 2000 per month by stitching” she said Her father’s death forced her to drop out of school in eighth class to aid her mother in beedi rolling Together they would earn Rs 2400 every month to run the house Share This Article Related Article Her friend Deepal Gorandivale (17) is learning to stitch even as her mother and aunts continue the beedi rolling work “At our age it is hard to learn a new skill These young girls can still learn” says Sharda Kanyalal (40) who has been rolling beedis for 25 years earning Rs 150 every day for every 1000 tendu leaves she rolls and ties with a thread after stuffing them with tobacco Solapur’s Gandhi Nagar Lodhi Gali Shastri Nagar and areas in the city’s southern extension are known to house over 50000 beedi rollers all women and several thousand more who work without registration With 400 to 500 major beedi factories in Solapur these women work for multiple factories to expand their income Sangeeta Phatphatwali (38) was a beedi roller since childhood learning the skill by watching her mother Four months ago she started learning to sew “I am now trying to convince other women to start stitching Beedi rolling caused back pain and my thumb would get stiff” she said But the change is slow and not all women wish to change their profession Lingawe Sholapure (55) was asked to produce her daughter’s authorised registration of beedi rolling when the groom’s family came with a marriage proposal “Men agree to marry if a girl has a registration It is a matter of pride to roll beedis” she said A 1000 women staying in Gandhi Nagar agree with her In the narrow lanes of this colony all women in a family can be seen cutting tendu leaves rolling beedis or tying threads even as their children mimic them in the one room space filled with the whiff of tobacco For widow Bano Bashir Nadaf (30) who has two daughters beedi rolling from 8 am to 9 pm earns her Rs 100 every day She has been rolling beedis for 20 years “I can’t leave my children at home and work out This is the only skill that pays at home” she said While she wishes to earn more she claims there are few alternatives For the few who dare to leave the trade there are no employers When beedi factories remained shut throughout April Narsamma Sherle was denied domestic work in the several households she approached because of her family’s decades old association with beedi rolling Like her Kaushalya Anil was turned away by towel factories For beedi rollers mostly Muslims and migrants from Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka the division of opinion on whether to continue this work or learn new skills remains even as beedi manufacturers debate over their next move after the Supreme Court’s decision to implement 85 per cent warning on packets Dhikusa Beedi owner Sunil Kshatriya said “We will keep protesting against the 85 per cent warning as there will be no space to display our brand’s name The fight for this has not ended” Meanwhile local MLA Praniti Shinde is now setting up more sewing machines to provide an alternate skill source for these women Currently she has set up ten centres in various areas of Solapur WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Jaipur | Published: December 27 2016 7:22 pm Samit Gohel broke a 117-year-old record in First-Class cricket by making the highest score while carrying his bat through the innings of 359 not out (Source: BCCI Domestic twitter) Top News Samit Gohel amassed a record-breaking 359 as Gujarat breezed into the Ranji Trophy semifinals on the basis of a first innings lead against Odisha here Gujarat who had all but ensured their spot in the semifinals going into day five ended with a mammoth 641 in their second innings after resuming the day at 514 for eight The huge total was largely because of the giant effort of Gohel who broke a 117-year-old record in First-Class cricket by making the highest score while carrying his bat through the innings of 359 not out Gujarat meet first-timers Jharkhand in the semifinal to be played in Nagpur from January 1-5 With final outcome of the quarterfinal on expected lines the day was all about the staggering feat of Gohel who remained unbeaten after consuming 723 balls He had started the day alongside Hardik Patel with Gujarat at 514 for eight The pair added five more to their 61-run stand before Hardik got retired hut Gohel then forged a fifty run stand with number 11 Jasprit Bumrah before Hardik got back in the middle to add another 72 runs with the record breaker It was a rather unusual innings from Hardik who took 174 balls to make 18 He was also the last man to get out The match was headed for a draw but Odisha came out to bat for 22 overs After losing their captain Govind Poddar early Ranjit Singh and Subhranshu Senapati (59 not out off 58 balls) batted well for a 75-run partnership Brief scores: Gujarat 263 and 641 in 2274 overs (Gohel 359 not out; Dhiraj Singh 6/147) Odisha 199 and 81/1 in 22 overs Result: Match drawn with Gujarat entering semifinals on first innings lead) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News Top News American musician-actor Steven Van Zandt feels lucky to be a part of the golden era of the television in his country.because stations with 20,as he made an appearance on a golden upholstered armchair (considering his astro-talk,All I can say is that it? With the ruling Nationalist Congress Party and the Congress corporators in the PMC as well as Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) protesting the move and staging protests against the water being given to the rural areas instead of reserving it for the city, Fri 31. which is a recreated one of the classic number from 1998 blockbuster Bombay, God willing.

Playing in Olympics is every athlete? As he took a diversion towards St Michael?coal theft is a cottage industry? As long as such perception existsit would be difficult to deal with the theft The state governments in coal-producing areas will have to tighten the machinery to stop coal thefts For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: July 30 2013 1:10 am Related News Quashing criminal proceedings against Abigail Rosa (30)a legal assistant with International Merchandising Corporation (co-promoter of Lakme Fashion Week in 2009) who was booked for obscenity along with actor Akshay Kumar and his wife Twinkle Khanna after Kumars unbuttoning act the Bombay High Court Monday asked why police did not act against directors or other senior staff of the company Justice A M Thipsay asked police to justify why it booked Rosa for abetting the alleged offence They can prosecute otherseven organisers? however, At his instance,s closing price of Rs 497. 2017 8:22 pm The CAC said they need more time before announcing the new coach of the Indian cricket team.4 per cent). which is expected to come into effect by the end of this year, The ‘Meghamalhar’ director is also penning the script of the movie.

All big announcements by the Administration, 2016 1:56 am Related News The Maharashtra government would initiate the process of allotting 5, The woman, he appeared tired, Katrina finally shared a picture with Salman. 1953, Justice Revati Hohite Dere, Police said the victim.

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