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Lebanon to form new government

US embassy in Beirut on Tuesday urged all parties in Lebanon to uphold the country’s policy of disassociation from foreign conflicts, media reports.
Lebanon is forming a new government after Hezbollah and its allies won more than half the seats in Sunday’s election. “We urge all parties to uphold Lebanon’s international obligations, including those contained in UN Security Council Resolutions 1559 and 1701,” the diplomats said in a statement.
Sunday’s parliamentary election was the first in nine years. Hezbollah was the winner. The Shia Muslim party with a military wing which is backed by Iran won a small minority in parliament, and dealt a blow to Prime Minister Saad Hariri, who is supported by predominately Sunni Saudi Arabia.
Hariri is expected to form the next government, despite his party losing a third of its seats. It remains the largest Sunni bloc in parliament.
The resolutions relate to the withdrawal of all foreign forces from Lebanon and the disarmament of all militias including Hezbollah. Lebanon with rampant, Corruption, regular power cuts, town rubbish piling up on the streets, daily  migrants adding from Syria are the challenges faced by the Prime Minister Saad Hariri,

Press Conference on Bank QR Code & Cyber Security

The Chief Reporter/Photographer.
New Delhi
Dear Sir/Madam, 
Subject : Press Conference on Bank QR Code & Cyber Security
The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) is launching a nationwide campaign to popularise and encourage usage of Bharat QR (Quick Response)Code for making payments in business and for personal usage. Such a campaign will accelerate the digital payment landscape in the Country.
To brief about the latest technology of QR Code and the campaign, a Press Conference will be held on Thursday, the 10th May,2018 at 11.30 a.m. at Conference Hall, NDMC Convention Centre, Parliament Street, New Delhi. 
We shall be grateful if you kindly depute a Staff Correspondent of your esteemed newspaper to cover the same. Please also join us at Lunch after the Conference
Thanking you. With kind regards
Yours truly
Praveen Khandelwal

Deep Rooted Fraud plaguing Amateur Kabaddi Federation of India,AKFI


Single Family controlling AKFI for last 28 years
New Delhi, May 9: Deep routed fraud has been plaguing the Amateur Kabaddi Federation of India as the Federation is under control of single family for last 28 years.  AKFI is being run as a private property of Mr Janardan Singh Gahlot and his family as they have misused and looted national fund for their personal gains. 
 ‘The Federation stands taken over by one family for a period of over 28 years, firstly by Mr J S Gahlot as President for 21 years, after him by his wife Dr Mridul Bhadauria Gahlot (Full time Gynaecologist in Jaipur) and thereafter by their son Mr Tej Pratap (an engineer by profession),” observed Delhi Court in its order dated January 30, 2018.  
“There has never been any election for any posts in the Managing Committee of Amateur Kabaddi Federation of India and the office bearers have always been appointed unopposed for consecutive terms. Even when National Sports Code of India bars anybody above 70 years to hold any position, Mr J S Gahlot called a Special General Body Meeting and got himself appointed as Life President by changing the minutes of the Association and AKFI Constitution,” Legal expert and Supreme Court lawyer Bharat Nagar said. 
“There is a racket flourishing where non-players pay Rs 40 – 50 lakh and are allowed to participate in International Kabaddi events. And people receive handsome prize of Rs 2 crore / Rs 1 crore from the government when the team wins Gold or Silver medal,” Mahipal Singh National Kabaddi player, who filed the petition against AKFI in Delhi High Court. 
It is such a sorry state at AKFI where players over the age of 40 are still playing where young players are not given a chance. The records clearly state the date of birth of most of the players at the national level is in 1980s. Even close relatives of the President were allowed to play for India directly in international tournaments without any prior participation in national events. 
In its verdict in the matter of BCCI v/s Cricket Association of Bihar, the Supreme Court said that any politician, bureaucrat, who are not concerned with particular game should not be allowed to sit on such posts to control the affairs relating to the game. In this context the affairs in AKFI is really alarming.

M6.0 – NEW BRITAIN REGION, P.N.G.

Preliminary Earthquake Report
Magnitude6.0
Date-Time
  • 9 May 2018 07:57:55 UTC
  • 9 May 2018 17:57:55 near epicenter
  • 9 May 2018 11:57:55 standard time in your timezone
Location5.892S 151.796E
Depth10 km
Distances
  • 191 km (119 miles) SSW (193 degrees) of Rabaul, New Britain, PNG
  • 253 km (157 miles) E (81 degrees) of Kandrian, New Britain, PNG
  • 369 km (229 miles) NNW (344 degrees) of Kulumadau, Woodlark Island, PNG
  • 539 km (335 miles) E (80 degrees) of Lae, New Guinea, PNG
  • 644 km (400 miles) NE (52 degrees) of PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea

IOM DG Marks 3rd Anniversary of EU-China Migration Dialogue Project

Beijing – IOM Director-General William Lacy Swing yesterday addressed European and Chinese stakeholders marking three years of the EU-China Dialogue on Migration and Mobility Support Programme (MMSP), a project funded by the European Partnership Instrument and implemented jointly by IOM and ILO.
The event brought together about 100 stakeholders from European diplomatic missions, Chinese official bodies, think-tanks and other IOM and ILO partner agencies.
Ambassador Swing commended the European Union and China’s commitment to the MMSP project, which brings together European and Chinese migration policy makers and practitioners to share best practices and experiences.
He also congratulated China on the establishment of three new government entities – the National Immigration Administration, International Development Cooperation Agency and Ministry for Emergency Management. All of them are essential for the formulation good migration policies and effective migration management, he noted.
Christopher Wood, Deputy Head of the EU Delegation to China, also spoke at the event. He emphasised that migration is an important element of the EU-China relations and outlined the successes achieved through the dialogue on migration and mobility.
During his visit to China, Ambassador Swing, who will step down as Director General of IOM later this year, also officially launched the IOM “WeChat APP”, which provides Pre-Departure Orientation (PDO) to Chinese workers migrating to Europe. IOM is committed to ensuring that migrants are equipped with essential information to prepare for their journey before they leave China, and their integration once they arrive in their country of destination in Europe.
For further information please contact Etienne Micallef at IOM China. Email: emicallef@iom.int, Tel:+861059799695

Press invites of May 09, 2018:

Press invites of May 09, 2018:
No1 To celebrate Europe Day
The Ambassador of the European Union to the Republic of India
request the pleasure of the company of
Mr. Naresh Kumar Sagar & Spouse
at a reception
on Wednesday, 9th May 2018 from 19:00 to 21:00
Hotel Taj


No.2 To expose deep rooted fraud in Amateur Kabaddi Federation Of India
To expose deep rooted fraud in Amateur Kabaddi Federation Of India (AKFI) prestigious Arjun Awardee and International Kabaddi Players cordially invite you to the Press Conference which will addressed by:
Arjun Awardee & International Players( Mahipal Singh, S Rajarathinam, Virender Kumar)
Legal Expert(Supreme Court Lawyer Bharat Nagar)
Date & Time: Wednesday, 09th May, 2018, 11.30 AM followed by Lunch
Venue: Press Club Of India, 5A, Raisina Road, New Delhi
No.3 PRESS INVITATION: The policy of uses of devices stents and implants
To,
The Chief Health Reporter,
New Delhi
Sir,
I am sending you the letter for the policy of uses of devices stents and implants in the human body made by Delhi Medical Association and send to the prime minister and health minister and various authorities involving into health policies. Letter to PM is enclosed for your ready reference.
To discuss the same, a press conference is being held on Wednesday, the 9th May 2018 at 1 pm at lunch. You are requested to kindly make it convenient to attend the same.
Regards,
DR.G.S.GREWAL
HONY. STATE SECRETARY

5.8-earthquake hit Islamabad

Earthquake tremors were felt in Islamabad along with Peshawar, Nowshera, and Kohat. The tremors were felt at 8:25 AM and were felt for 15 to 20 seconds.
Tremors were also felt in Swat along Malakand division along with Manshera, Dera Ismail Khan, Swat, Abbottabad, and Mardan.
The earthquake magnitude was recorded to be 5.8 on the Richter scale.

MTaI for wider Delhi Government consultation

Medical Technology Association of India (MTaI), which represents leading research-based medical technology companies with significant manufacturing investments in India, welcomed Delhi Government’s initiative to cap profit margins in healthcare but asked for a wider consultation to ensure that a balanced approach is adopted for patients’ wellbeing.
Media reports suggest that a nine-member committee was set up five months ago to suggest the scope of profit margins on medicines and consumables.
The committee comprised of members of Delhi Medical Council, Indian Medical Associations and some bureaucrats in the health department. It is also reported that Delhi government will issue a policy based on the recommendation of the committee in next few days.
The panel is said to have suggested capping of the profit margin for drugs and devices at a maximum of 50% above the manufacturing price or procurement cost, whichever was lower.
The Report of The Committee of High Trade Margins in the Sale of Drugs recommends that profit margin should be the difference between the Price to Trade (the price at which the manufacturer or marketing company sells the drug to the distributor or stockist) and the MRP.
The report adds that “the government should consider capping the overall trade margins, thus, giving a level playing field to every trade channel. Industry should have the flexibility to decide intra-trade channel percentage considering multiple factors of market access and supplies”. The report is currently under the consideration of the Department of Pharmaceuticals.
“This suggestion, once implemented, will significantly reduce MRPs and yet keep innovative, high quality products available for all sections of Indian patients. Moreover, it will allow the companies to continue to do the training they provide to the Healthcare workers on the use of these devices. It will usher in greater transparency in the pricing of medical devices, leading to more accessibility and affordability”, MTaI said.
“Considering the urgency of the matter at hand of the policymakers, we have requested the Health Minister of the Delhi Government to give us an opportunity to explain our views in detail to enable formation of a widely acceptable policy. To ensure lasting success of the policy, the state government should proceed only after all stake holders, including the medical technology industry, have been heard and their contentions have been understood thoroughly,” the association said.

US nulls & void ‘defective’ Iran deal

US President Donald Trump announced Tuesday that the United States was withdrawing from what he called a “defective” multinational nuclear deal with Iran, adding that Washington would, however, reinstate sanctions against the Islamic republic.
“The Iran deal is defective at its core,” Trump said in a televised address from the White House. “I am announcing today that the United States will withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal.”
He called Tehran the world’s leading state sponsor of terror and decried its influence in the Middle East.
The US president claimed to have proof that Iran had lied about the deal adding that his country had failed to hold Iran’s nuclear ambitions.
“Iran nuclear deal doesn’t constrain Iran´s destabilizing activities, including support for terrorism,” he said. “The deal has inadequate mechanisms to prevent cheating.”
He further said the deal was supposed to protect the US and its allies, but it allowed Iran to continue to enrich uranium.
“No action taken by Iran has been more dangerous than its pursuit of nuclear weapons.”
Accusing Iran of supporting state terrorism, Trump said the country had caused havoc across the Middle East and beyond.
“If I allow this deal, everyone will want nuclear arms,” said Trump. “It will be a nuclear arms race.”
A senior US official had earlier said it was unclear if efforts by European allies to address Trump’s concerns would be enough to save the pact.
Trump had repeatedly threatened to withdraw from the deal, which eased economic sanctions on Iran in exchange for Tehran limiting its nuclear program unless France, Germany, and Britain — which also signed the agreement — fix what he has called its flaws.
Iran has ruled out renegotiating the accord and threatened to retaliate, although it has not said exactly how, if Washington pulls out.
French President Emmanuel Macron said Tuesday that France, Germany and Britain regretted US President Donald Trump´s decision to withdraw from the 2015 Iran nuclear deal.
“France, Germany, and the UK regret the US decision to leave the JCPOA (Iran deal). The nuclear non-proliferation regime is at stake,” he wrote on Twitter.
“We will work collectively on a broader framework, covering nuclear activity, the post-2025 period, ballistic activity, and stability in the Middle-East, notably Syria, Yemen, and Iraq,” he added.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu expressed his strong support for US President Donald Trump’s “bold” decision Tuesday to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal, which the Israeli leader has repeatedly criticised.
“Israel fully supports President Trump’s bold decision today to reject the disastrous nuclear deal,” Netanyahu said in a televised address, referring to the multinational accord with his country’s main enemy.

Punjab Men and Women dominate the first day

Punjab Men and Women dominate the first day at the 69th Junior National Basketball Championship for Men and Women in Ludhiana
Ludhiana, 8th May 2018: The 69th Junior National Basketball Championship for Men and Women is underway at the Ludhiana Basketball Academy, Guru Nanak Stadium, Ludhiana from 7th May. The championship is being organised by Punjab Basketball Association under the aegis of the Basketball Federation of India.

Tamil Nadu girls and Punjab boys teams are the defending champions from the previous version of the event held in Noida, Uttar Pradesh
DAY-1(Morning Session):
MEN:
Group A:

T.N(Santhosh 17 pts, Arvind 15 pts, Surya 15 pts) bt Chandigarh(Rahul 27 pts, Kawaljit 12 pts) 91-69[29-09, 20-26, 27-18, 15-16]
Punjab(Princepal 32pts, ) bt U.P(Priyanshu 14pts) 107-49[30-11, 30-16, 31-09, 13-16]
Group B:
Kerala(Shanazil 25 pts, Chacko 22 pts, Sejin 18 pts) bt M.P(Udayveer 34 pts, Aman 17 pts) 103-86[27-08, 21-22, 26-23, 29-33]
Rajasthan(Rajeev 34 pts, Sumeet 12 pts) bt Delhi(Aditya 23 pts, Nitish 24 pts) 89-88[22-29, 23-16,20-17, 24-26]
Group C: 
Telangana(Vigneshwar 29 pts, Dinesh 20 pts) bt Puducherry(Sathyavanan 32 pts, Sai surga 10 pts) 94-58[34-13, 24-19, 15-08, 21-18]
Group D: 
Uttarakhand(Riyanshu 22 pts) bt Odisha(Sarat 21 pts) 86-50[17-15, 30-12, 20-07, 19-16]
Group E: 
Assam(Sanjyapal 18 pts) bt Jharkhand(Sumit 19 pts) 53-51[15-06, 09-12, 15-17, 14-16]
Chhattisgarh(Salim 36 pts, Rishabh 15 pts) bt Bihar(Raunak 14 pts, Dharmendra 12 pts) 74-52[16-13, 21-06, 15-17, 22-16]
Gujarat(Dvij 14 pts) bt Nagaland(kevin 10 pts) 64-24[08-10, 16-06, 22-00, 18-08]
Group F: 
Mizoram(Zonun Sanga 19 pts, Ronald 25 pts) bt W.B(Pranay 25 pts) 67-60[21-18, 19-11, 13-16, 14-15]
Karnataka(Pratyanshu 28 pts) bt A.P(Manikanta 12 pts) 68-55[12-20, 20-15, 14-08, 22-12]
WOMEN:
Group A:
Karnataka(Sanjana 20 pts) bt M.P(Asmat 12 pts) 42-35[16-05, 12-06, 6-8, 8-16]
T.N(Dharshini 16 pts, Avani 16 pts) bt Gujarat( Tavleen 16 pts) 71-46[22-08, 22-10, 11-08, 16-20]
Group B:
U.P(Vaishnavi 57 pts, Harshita 19 pts) bt Maharashtra( Suzanne 17 pts, Neha 13 pts) 91-83[22-26, 25-13, 23-18, 21-26]
Punjab(Sakshi 17 pts, Priyanka 13 pts) bt Rajasthan(Ishika 27 pts) 74-56[25-20, 21-17, 14-17, 14-08]
Group C:
Delhi(Manisha 10 pts) bt Goa(S. Nathan 08 pts) 36-16[16-01, 08-04, 05-09, 07-02]
Group D:
Haryana(Heenu 16 pts, Rishy 11 pts) bt Bihar() 49-10[16-02, 19-03, 12-03, 02-02]
Group E:
Chandigarh(Gunisha 06 pts, Simran 04 pts ) bt Assam() 27-05[13-02, 5-2, 9-1, 0-0]
Group F:
Odisha(Pragati 18 pts, Lipramayee 18 pts) bt A.P(Prameela 8 pts) 57-41[19-08, 10-10, 14-07, 14-16]
Telangana(Arya 16 pts, Sudheshna 12 pts) bt Uttarakhand(Saloni 06 pts) 62-24[9-10, 10-02, 20-00, 22-12]

Day-2(Morning Session) 
Men:
Group A:
U.P(Prasun 29 pts, Priyanshu 25 pts) bt T.N(Sangeeth 32 pts, Akash 22 pts) 130-116[35-32, 31-20, 31-34, 33-30]
Group B: 
Delhi(Abhishek 18 pts, Aditya 11 pts) bt M.P(Animesh 16 pts, Harshavardhan 17 pts) 80-73[26-08, 17-22, 16-08, 21-35]
Rajasthan(Rajeev 29 pts, Sumeet 17 pts) bt Maharashtra(Tanay 29 pts, Faizan 17 pts) 92-74[18-05, 31-24, 22-26, 21-19]
Group C:

H.P(Sukvender 17 pts, Rahul 10 pts) bt Goa(Calvin 25 pts, Antonio 15 pts) 67-66[18-13, 13-12, 12-13, 24-28
Group F:
Karnataka(Pratyanshu 22 pts, Srujan 21 pts) bt Mizoram(Zonun Sanga 25 pts, Lalrinawma 21 pts) 84-82[24-23, 25-15, 24-14, 21-20
Women:
Group A:
Karnataka(Harshitha 23 pts, Aiswarya 15 pts, Sanjana 10 pts) bt Gujarat(Tavleen 10 pts, Tanisha 9 pts) 72-41[23-15, 25-11, 23-12, 01-03]
Group B:
Kerala(Sreekala 21 pts, Aparna 12 pts) bt Rajasthan(Neha 30 pts, Yashika 12 pts) 79-58[24-16, 13-15, 23-14, 19-13]
GROUPINGS (MEN)
LEVEL – 1                                      LEVEL – 2                                                                                                       
GROUP “A”GROUP “B”GROUP “C”GROUP “D”GROUP “E”GROUP “F”
PUNJABKERALATELANGANACHHATTISGARHGUJARATWEST BENGAL
TAMIL NADURAJASTHANGOABIHARASSAMANDHRA PRADESH
HARYANAMAHARASHTRAHIMACHAL PRADESHJAMMU & KASHMIRJHARKHANDKARNATAKA
CHANDIGARHDELHIPUDUCHERRYODISHANAGALANDMIZORAM
UTTAR PRADESHMADHYA PRADESHTRIPURAUTTARAKHAND  

GROUPINGS (WOMEN)
LEVEL 1                                  LEVEL 2
GROUP “A”GROUP “B”GROUP “C”GROUP “D”GROUP “E”GROUP “F”
TAMIL NADUUTTAR PRADESHDELHIHARYANACHANDIGARHODISHA
KARNATAKAKERALAGOABIHARASSAMANDHRA PRADESH
CHHATTISGARHPUNJABHIMACHAL
PRADESH
JHARKHANDPUDUCHERRYTELANGANA
MADHYA PRADESHMAHARASHTRA  WEST BENGALUTTARAKHAND
GUJARATRAJASTHAN    

Schedule

07.05.2018
Court – 1
NoTeam “A”VsTeam “B”GroupTiming
L-1KERALAVsMADHYA PRADESHMB07.00 AM
L-2ANDHRA PRADESHVsODISHAWF08.30 AM
L-3TAMIL NADUVsCHANDIGARHMA10.00 AM
L-4RAJASTHANVsDELHIMB11.30 AM
L-5UTTAR PRADESHVsMAHARASHTRAWB01.00 PM
                     MATCHES COMMENCE AFTER INAUGURATION
L-7PUNJABVsUTTAR PRADESHMA 
L-8PUNJABVsRAJASTHANWB 
L-9TAMIL NADUVsGUJARATWA 

court – 2

NoTeam “A”VsTeam “B”GroupTiming
L-11HIMACHAL PRADESHVsTRIPURAMC07.00 AM
L-12TELANGANAVsPUDUCHERRYMC08.15 AM
                           MATCHES COMMENCE AFTER INAUGURATION
L-13HARYANAVsBIHARWD 
L-14CHANDIGARHVsASSAMWE 
L-15DELHIVsGOAWC 


Court – 3

NoTeam “A”VsTeam “B”GroupTiming
L-18ODISHAVsUTTARAKHANDMD07.00 AM
L-19BIHARVsCHHATTISGARHMD08.15 AM
                          MATCHES COMMENCE AFTER INAUGURATION
L-16GUJARATVsNAGALANDME 
L-17TELANGANAVsUTTARAKHANDWF 
L-21WEST BENGALVsMIZORAMMF 
L-10ASSAMVsJHARKHANDME 

Court – 4

NoTeam “A”VsTeam “B”GroupTiming
L-6KARNATAKAVsMADHYA PRADESHWA 
L-22ANDHRA PRADESHVsKARNATAKAMF 
L-20PUDUCHERRYVsWEST BENGALWE 

REVISED FIXTURE
08.05.2018
Court – 1
NoTeam “A”VsTeam “B”GroupTiming
L-23DELHIVsMADHYA PRADESHMB07.00 AM
L-24MAHARASHTRAVsRAJASTHANMB08.30 AM
L-25KERALAVsRAJASTHANWB10.00 AM
L-26GUJARATVsKARNATAKAWA11.30 AM
L-27UTTAR PRADESHVsTAMIL NADUMA01.00 PM
L-28MIZORAMVsKARNATAKAMF02.30 PM
L-29UTTAR PRADESHVsPUNJABWB04.00 PM
L-30HARYANAVsPUNJABMA05.30 PM
L-32CHHATTISGARHVsTAMIL NADUWA07.00 PM

Court – 2
NoTeam “A”VsTeam “B”GroupTiming
L-33GOAVsHIMACHAL PRADESHMC07.00 AM
L-34ASSAMVsPUDUCHERRYWE08.15 AM
L-35JHARKHANDVsBIHARWD03.30 PM
L-36TELANGANAVsGOAMC04.45 PM
L-37ANDHRA PRADESHVsUTTARAKHANDWF06.00 PM
L-38JAMMU& KASHMIRVsODISHAMD07.15 PM
Court -4
NoTeam “A”VsTeam “B”GroupTiming
L-40UTTARAKHANDVsBIHARMD07.00 AM
L-41GOAVsHIMACHAL PRADESHWC08.15 AM
L-42TELANGANAVsODISHAWF09.30 AM
L-45JHARKHANDVsGUJARATME10.45 AM
L-46NAGALANDVsASSAMME12.00 PM
L-39WEST BENGALVsANDHRA PRADESHMF02.00 PM
L-31CHANDIGARHVsWEST BENGALWE03.15 PM
L-43CHHATTISGARHVsUTTARAKHANDMD04.30 PM
L-44HIMACHAL PRADESHVsPUDUCHERRYMC05.45 PM

REVISED FIXTURE
09.05.2018
Court – 1
NoTeam “A”VsTeam “B”GroupTiming
L-47CHHATTISGARHVsODISHAMD07.00 AM
L-49UTTAR PRADESHVsHARYANAMA08.30 AM
L-50RAJASTHANVsUTTAR PRADESHWB10.00 AM
L-51TAMIL NADUVsMADHYA PRADESHWA11.30 AM
L-52MAHARASHTRAVsMADHYA PRADESHMB01.00 PM
L-53KERALAVsDELHIMB02.30 PM
L-54CHHATTISGARHVsGUJARATWA04.00 PM
L-55KERALAVsMAHARASHTRAWB05.30 PM
L-56PUNJABVsCHANDIGARHMA07.00 PM

Court – 3
NoTeam “A”VsTeam “B”GroupTiming
L-57PUDUCHERRYVsTRIPURAMC07.00 AM
L-58ASSAMVsGUJARATME08.15 AM
L-59ANDHRA PRADESHVsMIZORAMMF03.30 PM
L-60HIMACHAL PRADESHVsTELANGANAMC04.45 PM
L-61TRIPURAVsGOAMC06.00 PM

Court -4
NoTeam “A”VsTeam “B”GroupTiming
L-64JAMMU & KASHMIRVsUTTARAKHANDMD07.00 AM
L-65NAGALANDVsJHARKHANDME08.15 AM
L-66ODISHAVsUTTARAKHANDWF09.30 AM
L-67HIMACHAL PRADESHVsDELHIWC10.45 AM
L-68TELANGANAVsANDHRA PRADESHWF12.00 PM
L-70WEST BENGALVsASSAMWE02.00 PM
L-63PUDUCHERRYVsCHANDIGARHWE03.15 PM
L-62HARYANAVsJHARKHANDWD04.30 PM
L-48KARNATAKAVsWEST BENGALMF05.45 PM
L-69BIHARVsJAMMU & KASHMIRMD07.00 PM



‘Raazi’ promoted by Alia Bhatt & Vicky Khaushal in Nations’s Capital!

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B’town’s bubbly actress Alia Bhatt along with actor Vicky Kaushal were out here in Delhi for the promotion of their upcoming film “Raazi”. Along with them the director of the film Meghna Gulzar was also there to grace the event. The event took place in Hotel Le Meridien.
“Raazi” is an upcoming Indian period thriller film directed by Meghna Gulzar and produced by Vineet Jain, Karan Johar, Hiroo Yash Johar and Apoorva Mehta under the banner of Dharma Productions. It features Alia Bhatt and Vicky Kaushal in lead roles. The film is an adaptation of Harinder Sikka’s novel Calling Sehmat, about an Indian spy married to a Pakistani military officer during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971. And the film is slated to release on 11th May.

Argentine turn to IMF

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