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Whether they agreed to revise her fees or she settled for the agreed fee is still not told Lets just hope Veebha has not got too big for her boots Two for the trouble THE latest in the long line of celebrities who go on talent shows to promote their own movies are Boman Irani and Kunal Khemu They appeared on Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa to promote their forthcoming film 99 Boman made a grand entrycracked jokesshook a leg with Saroj Khan and also serenaded Juhi Chawla Of coursegetting special attention from every male in the room is not new to Juhi She was delighted with the attention she got from Bomanbut she was probably not prepared for the attention from the younger man Kunal Khemu Kunal and Juhi go back many years Kunal was the little imp in the Juhi -Aamir starrer Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke So a hug and kiss apartJuhi even joined him on the floor BesidesKunal and I are the same age she laughed For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: September 13 2010 10:23 am Related News Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Monday met Congress president Sonia Gandhi and Union Home Minister P Chidambaram ahead of the crucial Cabinet Committee on Security meeting which will deliberate on the issue of partial withdrawal of controversial AFSPA from the state The meeting with the UPA chairperson lasted for about 15 minutes A much-awaited Eid package to break the impasse in Kashmir was expected to be discussed at the meeting Omar has been pressing the Centre to withdraw the AFSPA from some areas of the state and announce some political initiatives The Chief Minister said he was working with the Centre on confidence-building measures to restore normalcy in the Valley But genuine questions would arise on how the process could be carried forward if violence goes onhe had said yesterday addingit is a “chicken and egg situation what comes first” Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Congress President Sonia Gandhi had a threadbare discussion with Cabinet colleagues and senior party leaders in the Congress Core Group on Friday on the issue after which indications had emerged that government could announce some initiatives to end the three-month-long cycle of violence in the Valley Howevera sudden flare-up of violence in Srinagar on the day of Eid appeared to have put the Government in a spot The opposition BJP has warned that any dilution to Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) would only allow the separatists to call the shots The Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister also met Home Minister P Chidambaram and discussed with him the issue of partial withdrawal of controversial AFSPA from the state Omar also discussed with Chidambaram the prevailing law and order situation in the Kashmir valleywhere fresh violence has erupted since yesterday The meeting assumes significance ahead of the meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Security which is expected to consider a slew of measures to deal with the situation in Kashmir For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shruti Dhapola | London | Published: August 16 2017 12:03 pm Nokia 8 the new flagship smartphone from HMD Global the Finnish startup with the license for Nokia brand will be announced in London on Wednesday in all probability (Image Source: Evan Blass) Related News Nokia 8 the new flagship smartphone from HMD Global the Finnish startup with the license for Nokia brand will be announced in London on Wednesday in all probability HMD Global is hosting an event in London where it is expected to unveil the phone In the past we have seen quite a few leaks of this smartphone Full sized images of the device are already floating on the internet and the Nokia 8 was also spotted on the China website of the company for a brief while before it was taken down Given this will be the new flagship the Nokia 8 is expected to come with top of the line specifications including Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 processor and dual rear camera with Zeiss optics HMD Global and Zeiss announced a partnership in July this year and the company has said it will bring back the Zeiss branding to Nokia phones When Nokia was still manufacture its own smartphones many of its high-end Lumia phones came with Carl Zeiss lenses But with Nokia 8 the company will also take the plunge into the popular dual-rear camera trend like many of the other players in the market For HMD Global launching its Nokia 8 flagship will be a key step So far the company has introduced only mid-range phones like Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 but with this new device they will be playing in a different category The competition here is the likes of Apple’s iPhone Samsung Galaxy S8 series HTC U11 OnePlus 5 and others Launching a flagship by itself doesn’t always guarantee success given the tough competition in the high-end smartphone market which is dominated by Apple and Samsung While the specifications are expected to be high-end the pricing itself will be closely watched It is possible that Nokia will go for the mid-range with a pricing closer to the likes of the OnePlus 5 and the Honor 9 The other issue for HMD Global will be making sure enough units of the Nokia 8 and made available globally within a reasonable time There’s no doubt that the design specifications of the Nokia 8 have been discussed in great detail online But we will have to wait and see what the final product looks like when the company unveils the phone later tonight Disclaimer: The reporter is in London attending the event at the invite of HMD Global Disclaimer: The reporter is in London attending the event at the invite of HMD Global For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Pooja Pillai | Published: October 20 2015 12:00 am Related News ON a muggy afternoon a group of students from St Aloysius High School Bandra listlessly hangs around the school entrance Their sluggishness however vanishes as soon as Azhar Pirani and Ian Fernandes introduce themselves as magicians and offer to demonstrate a few tricks The children gather around as the duo proceeds to confound them with conjuring tricks One child is taken through an elaborate card trick until he finds his watch missing which turns up in Fernandes’ pocket Another boy is tricked into selecting the same card from a pack despite his best efforts The appreciative audience punctuates the performance with whoops and cheers and demands to know when the two will be performing again “Soon” Pirani and Fernandes promise as their business head Janvion Rodrigues hands out the team’s card and asks the students to check out their videos on their social media pages Pirani Fernandes and Rodrigues form Urban Shamans a group that wants to bring magic out of its moth-balled closet stuffed with outdated tricks clunky props and stifling costumes Fernandes says “Most magicians in India perform the same old tricks from over 50 years ago However the audience has evolved and their appetite has increased” Urban Shaman’s magic is not about visual spectacle; it’s about removing the barriers of props and costumes between the magician and the audience and making magic a more immediate and personal experience Pirani specialises in conjuring while Fernandes is more a mentalist It was only a month ago that both friends arrived at the idea of turning their hobby into a profession After travelling abroad and expanding his skills Fernandes had returned to perform in India Pirani who had been jumping from job to job without ever finding the satisfaction he was looking for was immediately enthusiastic about the idea He says “It’s a relatively untapped market with a lot of scope for growth Now I realise that I like magic more than any other job I’ve done so far” When they consulted their friend Rodrigues he encouraged them and came on board too For their first public show last month Fernandes performed on a stage set that was created to look like a living room The idea he explains was to “invite” the audience into his home to introduce the idea that magic does not have to rely on elaborate props and settings and that it can be a lot more “organic and natural” It is similar to the magic that we see from international names such as David Blaine and Criss Angel but which hasn’t really found a foothold in India says Pirani Most people when they see a magician’s prop know enough not to trust its supposed magic On the other hand if a magician can guess the word that is in your head simply by pressing his fingertips against yours he comes across as the real deal That is clearly the conclusion that many of Urban Shamans’ audience arrive at and in some cases get spooked about An example is the man the duo runs into near Bandra’s Mehboob Studios Once he finds out that he’s about to see “real magic” the would-be spectator shakes his head and hurries away To Pirani and Fernandes this isn’t new “Many people react this way because for them magic can only mean black magic They’ve never actually seen magic and have only heard about it through a series of Chinese whispers so they don’t know that it’s not real It gives them the wrong idea of what we do” says Pirani The group is now consolidating its plans with a series of private corporate shows besides free events for charity They’re also looking at stage shows for a larger audiences but the format will keep getting tweaked until they have what works for them Rodrigues says “For the first show we mixed mentalism with other magic but in the future we’re looking at separate dedicated shows This way we can showcase our talents in the best possible way” For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News” Get home building tips, “I am not appealing that Sanjay Dutt should be pardoned because he is a celebrity.
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