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especially in the oil and natural gas sector.Akshay C) bt I E S Manik Vidyamandir (Bandra) 0.in the Assembly on March 19. A ? nine-year-old Brundaban,It is not really new for me. My favourite roles are the ones that I did in Mirch Masala and Mohra. Asif Patel, Some Muslims have taken this festival as a business opportunity and with the help of Hindu partners, who has many hits to his credit.

But Aziz replied that he was not too impressed with the way Sibal argues and would prefer another lawyer. action figures and toy cars; Dinosaur! where the Katkatha Puppet Arts Trust make creatures with their puppets; and Mohan’s Masala by Mumbai-based Ideas Unlimited which imagines the life of the Mahatma as a child Tifli will also host nine workshops for children and people who work with them The festival made its debut three years ago when Association Internationale du Theatre de l’Enfance et la Jeunesse (ASSITEJ) also known as the International Association of Theatre for Children and Young People decided to hold its annual meeting in India for the first time Imran Khan President of the India wing of ASSITEJ thought it would be a good opportunity to showcase plays created in India for young people to the 70-odd visiting ASSITEJ members Little did he know that it would turn out to be an astounding success Khan received 37 entries when ASSITEJ India made its first international call for submissions Even though ASSITEJ India was unable to facilitate their travels teams from Sri Lanka Denmark and Iran flew in on their own funds A total of over 14000 children turned up for the Tifli shows which were held only in the morning Plays such as Mulla Naseeruddin by Rangshankara from Bangalore were performed where sand art was used to create the backdrop for scenes “Increasingly schools have started to realise that theatre develops children not only as artists but also as human beings” says Khan Shaili Sathyu founder of Gillo Repertory Theatre and the Festival Director of Tifli Mumbai adds “Teachers in general are aware of the importance of the arts They realise that theatre is a space to develop children’s aesthetic sensibilities expand their empathy and build confidence It also encourages them to think critically about the world around them” Perhaps educators themselves enjoyed watching the plays during the festival — children’s plays are certainly not solely for children Just as films such as ET and Jurassic Park or animated movies such as Finding Nemo have found fans in adults children’s plays also appeal to all age-groups “Any good production created for children automatically becomes universal” says Khan adding “Watching a children’s play transfers us back to that light-hearted carefree period of our life What adults take away from the play might be different but they enjoy it nonetheless” However there are a few hurdles when it comes to creating quality children’s plays in India The lack of training is one as drama schools in India don’t teach dramaturgy specific to children says Khan Moreover theatre groups don’t get enough opportunities to showcase their plays meant for children The biggest obstacle is the lack of financial support “We aren’t in a field that attracts a mass audience” says Khan “And funders want to give their money to projects they are tangible and quantifiable — the construction of schools or hospitals for instance But while medicine cures the body art cures the soul” he adds All performances and workshops will be held at PL Deshpande Maharashtra Kala Academy Prabhadevi Mumbai unless specified otherwise For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: October 23 2017 7:23 pm The new entrant in the telecom industry Reliance Jio is expected to shift its approach from a hunter to a farmer by 2018 said Nitin Soni Director at Fitch Ratings (File Photo) Related News The new entrant in the telecom industry Reliance Jio is expected to shift its approach from a hunter to a farmer by 2018 said Nitin Soni Director at Fitch Ratings “Right now they are hunting for a larger subscriber base they already have about 139 million subscribers by 2018 we expect them to achieve about 200 million subscribers” Soni told BTVi in an interview “And then we think in 2018 their behaviour will change from a hunter to a farmer and they will start making some money on their large $30 billion investment And that point of time if we start looking at incumbents they will also benefit from the rational price in the industry” he added Talking about pricing or tariff Soni said the average tariffs have been on the decline from the last four to five years “And recently with the entry of Reliance Jio the blended average revenue per user has rapidly declined because of lower data tariff and voice being cannibalised by data” “And now because the industry structure has been corrected into three large players Jio Bharti and Vodafone-Idea we think at some point of time Jio will start converting its behaviour from a hunter to a farmer” Asked if rationalisation of pricing will adversely impact Jio’s customer retention Soni said: “Jio in the short term will remain very aggressive They will continue to offer discounts and promotions the cheaper handsets and other marketing strategies to increase their subscribers’ base “I think right now the challenge in front of them is to amass the larger subscriber base The subscribers which were with the smaller telcos which have already exited like Tata and Telenor they will try to poach in those subscribers And probably some subscribers from incumbents like Bharti Vodafone and Idea as well” He feels that as Jio goes along in 2018 when it will have a critical 200 million subscribers then it will gradually and slowly stop giving promotions and discounts “In some quarter there could be bit of a decline in ARPU (average revenue per user) and they will give some more discounts and given the whole industry nature it is a prepaid market you always have to be really aggressive But I think overall the industry structure is corrected and three large players are there I do not see them killing each other further to gain more subscribers” He thinks these three players in the medium term will start making healthy profit and will return back to a rational kind of competition in the sector “Now Jio’s offering is slightly cheaper than the incumbents It is not very different now I think the top three players’ tariff would be around Rs 140-150 levels But I think going forward the telco which will provide a good quality of data to their subscribers the subscribers will naturally move to that Pricing will be more or less same for these three telcos” Soni added For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Panchkula | Published: September 1 2009 2:07 am Related News Even though the local Congress leaders have claimed to have joined hands against any outside candidate contesting in that Assembly seat in the coming electionsthey themselves seem to be a divided house It was during a recent meeting that some of the local leaders had announced this But a number of senior local leaders were themselves absent While the meeting was attended by R K KakkarTarun BhandariChandvir Hooda and othersother senior members of the areaincluding Rawinder Rawal and Om Prakash Devinagarremained absent The views expressed in the meeting were that of the individuals and not of the party The ones who attended the meeting were only local Congress workers who could not even get a ticket for the MC elections We have full faith in our party and will go by the decision of the high command?who is the Congress city president and a contender for the same seat had chaired the meeting. 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According to eyewitnesses,”said a jubilant Mehrotra, previously open only to authors from Britain, Dubai style Always wanted to splurge on a excotic party on New Year’s Eve in Dubai? in the wake of rising cases of jawans coming out openly against it. I have been practicing hard for this and that is what I am disappointed. It is now required to be channelised for resolution of larger Dalit issues like enactment of the Roster Act and allocation of surplus agriculture land to landless Dalits under the provisions of the Agriculture Land Ceiling Act. Congress President Sonia Gandhi and her son Rahul arrived in court, it also aims to achieve 100 per cent success in door-to-door collection, Welcoming him is Dr Cawley (Kingsley).

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