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Jai is married to industrialist Gurpal Singh.’Heroine’,the main focus was on who would do the title role of the film. In 2014, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: December 29, which is part of a government package aiming to boost Spain’s economy and competitiveness, this has resulted "in the freeze of research projects and the firing of researchers in non-permanent positions, the Constitution. before the introduction of demonetisation on November 8. making her the party’s presumptive CM candidate in a bid to snare the Brahmin votes.

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Reddy was a six-time MLA.coming as it does towards the end of our summer, he added Baton relay huge successMcVeigh added that the Queen’s Baton was a memorable event for Northern Ireland “We were able to take the Queen’s Baton 2010 Delhi to all areas of Northern Ireland It was also an opportunity for us to promote sport at large and Commonwealth Games in particular” he said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: July 6 2012 6:50 pm Related News Coke Studio Indiawhich is back with its season 2 will be telecast on national channel Doordarshan Coke Studio’s first season was aired only on MTV and the move to collaborate with DD1 aims at reaching wider audience An initiative of the Coca-Cola Company and MTV IndiaCoke Studio brings together diverse artists of different genres to bring alive the magic of live recordings and performances “People who do not have resources to tune into satellite channels its a great opportunity for them This yearCoke Studio will see over 200 musicians from different genres come together and collaborate to create diverse and innovative music We believe our association with Doordarshan will allow us to take the pure joy and happiness of music to a much larger audience” said Deepak JollyVice President of Public Affairs and Communication Coca-Cola India and South-West Asia The show will consist of compositions specially created by producers like Amit TrivediNitin SawhneyKarsh KaleClinton CerejoShantanu MoitraEhsaan & Loy and Hitesh Sonik Coke Studio has parnered with Sony Music Entertainmentwhich will release songs of the second season For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Nandini Rathi | New Delhi | Updated: December 1 2016 9:23 pm Overall India’s AIDS epidemic has been slowing down due to the remarkable efforts of the National AIDS Control Organization in working with high-risk groups and setting up centres providing free ART (Source: Thinkstock Images) Top News World AIDS Day is observed globally on December 1 to spread awareness and make people committed to take action against a disease that has claimed 35 million lives around the world so far Globally 37 million people today are leading their lives infected with HIV Although there is no cure for AIDS life-saving Anti-retroviral Therapy (ART) has been effective in controlling transmission of an HIV infection which allows people to live for several years without escalating to AIDS AIDS itself is an advanced form of the infection which seriously compromises the body’s immune system and can be fatal ALSO READ |World AIDS Day 2016: WHO issues new guidlines on HIV self-testing and itsbenefits Overall India’s AIDS epidemic has been slowing down due to the remarkable efforts of the government’s National AIDS Control Organization in working with high-risk groups and setting up centres providing free ART There has been a 19 per cent decline in new HIV infections and 38 per cent reduction in deaths from AIDS-related infections between 2005 and 2013 Yet 51 per cent of AIDS-related deaths in Asia take place in India according to a 2014 UN report Logistically there are several existing challenges – frequent shortage of medicines and trained personnel in ART centres is a major cause of concern Taboo around sexuality and the stigma associated with HIV is the other issue Despite having a population of roughly 21 million HIV-positive people in the country (2014 UN Gap Report) – third largest in the world after South Africa and Nigeria – HIV/AIDS unlike cancer is rarely discussed openly What else is making news Part of the reason HIV gets brushed under the carpet is that it is concentrated in high-risk groups living at the margins of the society and perceived by the rest to lead a wanton or ‘sinful’ lifestyle – sex workers (including transgenders) homosexuals (defined as MSM – men who have sex with men) and intravenous drug users Migrant workers from rural to urban areas and truck drivers who lead a nomadic lifestyle are other groups with high vulnerability to HIV who also act as a bridge population that carry the infection to the general population The stigma for the disease and discrimination continues to be immense in households communities and workplaces despite attempts to generate awareness about its nature READ |World AIDS Day 2016: 10 myths and stereotypesbusted An HIV/AIDS Bill was passed by Parliament in 2014 after being pushed in 2006 The Bill prohibits discrimination against HIV-positive individuals and those living with them in availing public facilities employment education healthcare insurance property rights and holding public office It also recognised their right to privacy and confidentiality about their HIV status Most significantly under the Bill central and state governments were obliged to provide for ART and management of opportunistic infections RELATED |World AIDS Day: 25 years of the Red Ribbon Project and itssignificance Last month the present Union government introduced a few crucial changes to the Bill but rendered it toothless in its most salient purpose Clause 14(1) of the Bill currently describes the measures to be taken by central and state governments for treatment and prevention of HIV infection that include providing “as far as possible” diagnostic services ART and opportunistic infection management to those living with HIV/AIDS This wording has been widely criticised by patient rights activists who see it as a convenient loophole left by the government to evade its own accountability and cover up for ineffectiveness in its actions READ ALSO |‘We need attention too’ The plight of the HIV-positive community inIndia ART which is available in more than 30 forms has to be constantly changed as the virus is continuously developing resistance to the medicine More than a million Indians are receiving free treatment at ART centres in India and a lack of guarantee to receive treatment in future understandably makes them fearful as they would need access to treatment not for a limited period of time but throughout their lifetime In lieu of strengthening the infrastructure of treatment the stated clause within the bill is “a move to justify the existing shortcomings” according to Paul Lhungdim president of the Delhi Network of Positive People a trust that advocates human rights of HIV-positive individuals The trust has variously raised concerns in the past about the unavailability of HIV test kits and the deteriorating conditions of ART centres in the Delhi area For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Los Angeles | Published: February 24 2012 3:49 pm Related News If Rooney Mara wins an Oscar for her role as a troubled waif in “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”it’s unlikely she’ll thank Paul Holehouse from the stage Maybe she should The filmproduced by Sony Picturesmight never have been made without Holehouse giving his approval Holehousethe senior risk consultant for Fireman’s Fund Insurancehuddled with the Dragon Tattoo producers to change scenes in which Mara rode a motorcyclea key element of the movie Stunt doubles were added and scenes rewritten on the suggestion of Holehouse Like a house or carfilms need to be insured against a star’s injurythe destruction of the set and all manner of disasters that can befall a production Fireman’s Fundwhich says it insures 85 percent of Hollywood’s filmmakingwrote policies for four of this year’s Best Film nominees which are MoneyballThe ArtistHugo and Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close “Insurance policies are the only guarantee that a film can get completed for those involved in financing a movieincluding foreign purchasesthe banksthe studio and all others”said Ryan Kavanaughchief executive officer of Relativity Mediawhich has insured many of its films with Fireman’s Fund Fireman’s is one of the few parities who provide this kind of necessary insurance Not every film needs a dramatic fix “Fireman’s Fund didn’t insist on changes to last year’s Oscar winnerThe King’s SpeechAnd none of this year’s best film nominees needed heavy rewrites”said Holehouse When pressed by Holehouse and other risk assessorsfilm producers usually make the changes because insurance isn’t cheap Premiums can run as high as 2 percent of a film’s budgetaccording to studio bosses That can cost $3 million for a film like Martin Scorsese’s Hugowith had an estimated $150 million budget Premiums go much higher for car chases scenesexplosions or any risky maneuvers that catch Holehouse’s eye Holehousea 15-year Fireman’s veteran who headed Universal Picture’s risk management unit for 12 yearslearned first hand the horrors of movie risks run amok while a consultant on Universal’s 1995 Kevin Costner film Waterworld That movie famously went over its $100 million budget due to several calamities that included the destruction of its set in a storm off the coast of Hawaii TodayHolehouse and Fireman Fund’s other risk assessors spend weeks with producersspecial effects managerstechnical crew and others involved in production before the first camera rollsespecially the riskier ones For the 2007 special effects-filled film “Next”starring Nicolas CageHolehouse spent weeks trekking daily to the bottom of Grand Canyon where many of the action scenes were filmed In addition to accidents to the castHolehouse also watched for possible dangers to the wildlife or the environment By the time the cameras began rolling on the reptile-filled 2006 film “Snakes on a Plane”Holehouse said he made sure that Samuel L Jackson’s slithering co-stars were either garden snakes or defanged “And there were a lot of rubber ones too”he added Holehouse also serves as consultant on cushier gigs like this year’s Grammy AwardsSuper Bowls and the Lollapalooza music festival But when the Oscar telecast begins on Feb 26,are in the Capital on a two-day familiarisation visit in the run up to the Commonwealth Games, three states which are scheduled to go to polls later this year. BJP leaders claim support of 21.the official song for this year?

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