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Tiesto will perform in Mumbai on March 29 Tickets available at http://s.wwwsunburninpriced between Rs 2950 and Rs 6290 For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Dimpal Bajwa | New Delhi | Published: August 19 2015 12:25 pm Ajay Devgn has revealed that his upcoming movie ‘Sons of Sardaar’ is based on the epic Battle of Saragarhi Related News Ajay Devgn has revealed that his upcoming movie ‘Sons of Sardaar’ is based on the epic Battle of Saragarhi Unlike ‘Son of Sardaar’ this film will not have the comedy element but will showcase a battle between sikhs and the Afghans The actor who took to Twitter to reveal this bit about his upcoming movie also said that they will try to match the movie’s scale to that of the Hollywood war film ‘300’ Ajay Devgn tweeted: Need ur best wishes for Sons Of Sardaar will match the scale of Hollywood war film 300 and based on epic Battle of Saragarhi Diwali 2017 — Ajay Devgn (@ajaydevgn) August 19 2015 The Battle of Saragarhi was fought in September 1897 between 21 sikhs and 10000 Afghans The Sikhs lost their lives in the battle Ajay Devgn has always pulled it well when it comes to playing a patriotic role in his films His role in ‘Bhagat Singh’ won him accolades and this one too seems promising Share This Article Related Article The actor who was last seen in hit film ‘Drishyam’ will soon begin shooting for his home production ‘Shivaay’ in 2016 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: IANS | Chennai | Published: July 15 2015 11:47 am Southern actress Saranya Mohan who secretly got engaged to Trivandrum-based doctor Aravind Krishnan last week will enter into wedlock on September 6 Related News Southern actress Saranya Mohan who secretly got engaged to Trivandrum-based doctor Aravind Krishnan last week will enter into wedlock on September 6 Saranya announced her engagement on her Facebook page “It’s an arranged marriage The reason we got engaged in a hurry was because of the impending arrival of the Malayalam month of Karidakam which is not considered very auspicious for ceremonies Hence the engagement was a private affair” Saranya told IANS “The engagement was only attended by our families and very close friends The wedding will take place on September 6 in Kerala” she said Saranya says her husband and in-laws don’t expect her to stop acting post marriage But she has other plans “I don’t think I’ll continue doing films I want to focus more on dance and music” she added Born to classical dancers Saranya is a trained Bharatanatyam dancer She has worked in Tamil Malayalam and Telugu industries Some of her best films include “Yaaradi Nee Mohini” “Eeram” “Bheemili Kabbadi Jattu” “Chemistry” and “Nadakame Ulakam” She has also worked in the Hindi film “Badlapur Boys” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express AppYangon: Myanmar must scrap restrictions on movement and citizenship for its Rohingya minority if it wants to avoid fuelling extremism and bring peace to Rakhine state a commission led by former UN chief Kofi Annan said on Thursday Representational image AFP Rights groups hailed the report as a milestone for the persecuted Rohingya community because the government of Aung San Suu Kyi has previously vowed to abide by its findings The western state one of the country’s poorest has long been a sectarian tinderbox and mainly Buddhist Myanmar has faced growing international condemnation for its treatment of the Muslim Rohingya there Annan was appointed by Suu Kyi to head a year-long commission tasked with healing long-simmering divisions between the Rohingya and local Buddhists On Thursday it released a landmark report warning that failure to implement its recommendations could lead to more extremism and violence "Unless current challenges are addressed promptly further radicalisation within both communities is a real risk" the report said describing the Rohingya as "the single biggest stateless community in the world" "If the legitimate grievances of local populations are ignored they will become more vulnerable to recruitment by extremists" Among the key recommendations was ending all restrictions on movement imposed on the Rohingya and other communities in Rakhine and shutting down refugee camps which hold more than hold more than 120000 people in often miserable conditions It also called on Myanmar to review a controversial 1982 law that effectively bars some one million Rohingya from becoming citizens to invest heavily in the region and to allow the media unfettered access there The commission’s task became increasingly urgent after the army launched a bloody crackdown in the north of Rakhine following deadly October attacks on police border posts by a previously unknown Rohingya militant group More than 87000 Rohingya have since fled to Bangladesh bringing with them stories of murder mass rape and burned villages in what the UN says could constitute crimes against humanity The Annan commission’s findings will put pressure on Suu Kyi’s government to implement its calls for sweeping changes in Rakhine But she faces stiff opposition from Buddhist nationalists who loathe the Rohingya and want them expelled Suu Kyi also has little control over Myanmar’s powerful and notoriously abusive military Many in Myanmar view the Rohingya as illegal immigrants from Bangladesh even though many can trace their lineage back generationss list of 100 most influential people in the world. though, PTI Top News Former cricketer VVS Laxman heaped praise on current Test skipper Virat Kohli, a few of us spend money on airfare to reach Punjab frequently besides taking time out of our busy schedules.Harpreet Singh Walia.
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