Wednesday, 6 June 2018

Sony SAB’s Tenali Rama: Rama to Compete with Maya for His Own Survival

By Tricitynews
Chandigarh 06th June:- Sony SAB’s Tenali Rama has witnessed many interesting twists and turns and the viewers will now get to see high voltage drama where Rama will be seen fighting for his own survival and save Vijayanagar from Babur’s attack. Fans of the show will get to see this interesting track which has a real historic relevance.
In the upcoming episodes, Rama (Krishna Bharadwaj) is accused of being a terrorist and helping Babur to attack Vijayanagar. To prove himself wrong and understand Babur’s agenda, Rama heads to Agra to find out the truth and to stop Babur (Shahbhaz Khan) from attacking Vijayanagar. Rama tries to use his wit and humour to impress him. The amused Babur challenges him to make him laugh and promises to spare Vijaynagar if he wins. Rama competes with Qabban, a famous entertainer in Babur’s Darbar, but loses this contest as Babur had cheated and ordered everyone to not react to Rama’s jokes. Knowing that something is amiss, Rama requests Babur to grant him another chance. He defeats Qabban using his weakness against him. Babur gets a taste of his own medicine since he also cheated to make Rama lose earlier.
Babur agrees on giving Rama a last chance, but this time he has to compete with Maya (Rupali Bhosale), an intelligent and witty poet who also is the sister of Mohini who he had defeated in the past. The competition of wit starts between the two and Maya gives a tough competition to Rama. Babur discloses to Rama how important it is for Maya to win as she is here because her village is taken over by him and if she loses the villager’s will pay a price for it. This makes both Maya and Rama completely aggressively for their survival.
Talking about her role as Maya, Rupali Bhosale mentioned that it has been really exciting to enter the show as Maya. She plays the role of an intelligent and witty poet who tries to defeat Rama in the competition. It was fun doing the scenes with Krishna and we had some entertaining instances during the shot.
Talking about the track Krishna Bharadwaj a.k.a. Rama mentioned that it was extremely interesting track where Rama is in trouble and his loyalties are questioned. It will be exciting to see how Rama uses his intelligence to save Vijaynagar and himself. He was elated to shoot this sequence as it has historic relevance and viewers will get to witness an important aspect of Tenali Rama’s tale.

Gianjyotians Watched Live Session of PM with Innovators of Atal Tinkering Labs

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Chandigarh 06th June:- Students of Gian Jyoti Global School became the part of Honorable Prime Minister’s address with innovators of Atal Tinkering Lab on Startup movement in India and watched it live from the school premises. Live telecast was organized in the Atal Tinkering Lab and over 200 students from 9th to 12th viewed it.
The purpose behind the session was to promote innovations and start-ups within the students who are part of Atal Tinkering Labs or A.T.L. Innovation Incubators. Prime Minister expressed his happiness that the startup moment is not spreading in metro cities only but it has spread to remote areas and small cities also. During the session Prime Minister interacted with the innovators from across the India and listen to their success stories of doing innovations and taking a big step towards their bright future. 
Mrs. Ranjeet Bedi, Principal, Gian Jyoti Global School said that we at Gian Jyoti are ensuring practical tinkering/training in a fun filled learning environment so that practical knowledge helps the students to enhance their innovative capabilities. She added that there are number of students who are working on their innovative projects at Gian Jyoti Global School, Mohali in Atal Tinkering Lab (ROBOGIAN).

Green Thumb Initiative Launched on the Banks of Dravyavati River in Jaipur

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Jaipur 06th June:- On the eve of World Environment day, Tata Projects Limited has launched its `Green Thumb initiative’  from  the banks of Dravyavati River at Shipra Path Park, Jaipur. Dravyavati River is 47.5 km long rain fed river, in the heart of Jaipur city, which had deteriorated into sewerage Nallah.   Jaipur Development Authority, along with Tata Projects is rejuvenating this river by recharging it with treated sewerage water and has landscaped slopes on both – its banks, along with parks and social spaces.  
Jaipur Development Authority officials, School Children and several other NGO’s participated in the tree plantation drive. Citizen partnership in Jaipur is also being sought and several resident welfare associations too have come forward to participate in the plantation drive.   
Further, at around 137 project sites of Tata Projects)across the country `Green Thumb’  was launched today, as a simultaneous tree plantation drive. About 65,000 trees shall be planted under the Green Thumb initiative this year. The initiative is also launched on digital domain wherein citizens across the country can participate.
This initiative will also be launched online. When one clicks on the `Green Thumb’  banner (on ) we shall attribute it to a tree we shall plant. Clicks, exceeding 65,000 nos.  will be attributed to the cause of protecting the environment.

City Based Chef & Photographer Set Guinness Record on Everest: Guinness World Record of Fine Dining Indian Cooking at World's First Pop-Up Restaurant 'Triyagyoni'

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Chandigarh 06th June:- Two Chandigarh-based young professionals have brought laurels to City Beautiful by establishing a Guinness World Record on theIsland Peak (Imja Tse, Nepal) of Mount Everest. The world record was made by Chef Sanjay Thakur,
Etihad Airways professional from Chandigarh, and Chef Sunder Rajan Palaniappan of the Mahindra Group, on 30th May, 2018 at 11 am by opening ‘Triyagyoni’, the highest altitude pop-up restaurant for fine dining Indian cooking at such a remote and highest spot. Rajesh Kumar Yadav, a young photographer from Chandigarh, captured the historic moments in his camera.
Addressing a press conference here today, Chef Sanjay Thakur, Vice President, Young Chefs Association of India, said that on May 25th we along with a professional mountaineering team, proceeded towards the world’s highest Mount Everest. Our expedition was supported by the Indian Federation of Culinary Associations. In the supervision of the Guinness Book of World Records, we did fine dining Indian cooking at the highest altitude using natural fuel and resources.
Rajesh Yadav, having done photography for some of the reputed media organizations in the city for the past 17 years and now a successful entrepreneur who runs his own photography venture ‘Colors Art’, said that he is very excited to be a part of this Guinness Record  Expedition. This act is dedicated to the Ladakh-based ‘Save The Himalaya Foundation’ and for the betterment of environment.