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the show is riding high on nostalgia for almost every 90’s kid.Secondly it is being helmed by the biggest television production house Balaji From Rajan Shahi the producer of Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai to Ekta Kapoor it would be a great professional jump for Hina Also after becoming a household name by playing lead character Akshara the titular role in Chandrakanta is a great opportunity for her Also read |Chandrakanta is making a comeback on two channels together watchvideos Chandrakanta will be aired on Colors and the actor has seemingly already struck a rapport with the channel as she was seen on the Weekend Ka Vaar episode of Bigg Boss 10 supporting her friend Rohan Mehra who is a contestant on the show More from the world of Entertainment: Meanwhile another channel Life OK is also gearing up with its own adaptation of Chandrakanta It is being produced by Nikhil Sinha who earlier helmed popular mythological series Siya Ke Ram Interestingly both Life OK and Colors announced their versions the same day with their respective trailers While the details on both the shows are kept under wraps we wait is to see which channel brings its show first and becomes the audience’s choice For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: March 17 2017 4:39 pm Top News “I had to study as I did not want to miss out on that One thing that really scared me about acting was missing out on real life experiences” Suraj Sharma who featured in Oscar-winning filmmaker Ang Lee’s Life of Pi and later was part of the well-known American series Homeland will next be seen in Bollywood film Phillauri He doesn’t want to draw any comparison between Hollywood and Bollywood “I like to tell a story no matter where it comes from In both the industries we have some good or bad things so I don’t think we can really compare Hollywood or Bollywood Good stories are good stories and good people are good people” he said here His new film Phillauri is produced by and also stars Anushka Sharma Talking about it Suraj said: “I was waiting to work in Bollywood but it had to fit right ‘Phillauri’ was perfect As far as my character is considered it is very much interesting Working in ‘Phillauri’ was super fun because it isn’t only funny or my character is a comic but it is weird to be put in that situation” “I had to study as I did not want to miss out on that One thing that really scared me about acting was missing out on real life experiences I want to have those experiences and it has really worked out well for me” Suraj said Also Read:Beauty and the Beast movie review: A beautiful tale but was it necessary In the film he plays an NRI who is made to marry a tree before his actual wedding The fun lies in the fact that Shashi (Anushka) a friendly ghost lives on the tree The movie also features Diljit Dosanjh and is directed by Anshai Lal It is slated to to release on March 24 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Vijay Chauthaiwale | Published: August 31 2016 12:02 am Making new technology inaccessible to Indian farmers is clearly a case of arm-twisting Indian farmers are innovative enough to maximise yields from existing varieties Top News First an important disclaimer: This commentary is a reflection of my personal views as a molecular biologist and scientist involved in high-end innovation Itdoes not represent views of RSS BJP or Indian government In principle I am not against GM crops but I am against GM food As an example it means that in principle I am not against Bt cotton but I am against GM mustard Last week Monsanto withdrew its application for permission to launch its latest variety of Bt cotton (Bollgard II) in opposition to the Indian government’s directive to put an overall price cap Bt cotton seeds and a cap on the royalty which Monsanto earns on every packet Almost simultaneously there is news that domestically developed GM mustard has moved one step ahead in the approval process I appreciate the fact that any new ground-breaking technology or product is a result of significant investments several failures and a long gestation period and therefore needs to be protected from illegal copying This is typically achieved by protecting intellectual property worldwide and enforcing it by legal and statutory means In order to recover these investments earn a profit and reinvest in newer technology there is bound to be a price differential between patented products and non-patented generic products In such cases the consumer is willing to pay a higher price for the proprietary product only if it fulfils an “unmet need” and/or offers advantages over existing products and technologies Bt cotton was launched in India without appropriate regulatory oversight But that’s the past Today the fact that more than 90 per cent Indian farmers are using Bt cotton seeds shows that farmers are happy with its advantages over non-GM varieties Several Indian seed companies sell Bt cotton seeds all of them use technology licensed from Monsanto and pay close to 30 per cent royalty on every packet Angered by the government’s decision to slash prices and royalties Monsanto has decided not to introduce a newer variety of Bt cotton taking undue advantage of its monopolistic position First of all while there are clear advantages to using Bt cotton seeds over non-Bt seeds there are no such advantages with the newer Bollgard II over the existing Bollgard I variety On the contrary one study in the US shows — under laboratory conditions — resistance of pests to Bollgard II has gone up from two per cent to 50 per cent in just four years Secondly linear and temporal data comparing the two seed varieties in Indian conditions is not available In addition once Bollgard II is introduced Monsanto will likely charge a premium over the current price of Bollgard I and withdraw the latter from the market (which Monsanto has done in other countries) compelling farmers to pay more for a product whose incremental benefits are questionable and whose lack of efficacy in long-term insect resistance is well documented While innovators should be compensated for their intellectual property 30 per cent royalty is unreasonable In most cases such a royalty is in single digits and it reduces over a period of time It is assumed that the reduced percentage of royalties can be partially compensated by an increase in volume In the drug industry there are examples of lower pricing for patented drugs than developing countries partly due to affordability and partly due to potentially high volumes There is no reason why Monsanto cannot follow the same practice and still make a profit Making new technology inaccessible to Indian farmers is clearly a case of arm-twisting Indian farmers are innovative enough to maximise yields from existing varieties The government should not succumb to such pressure tactics The case of GM food is totally different Any food item once available in the market becomes unrestricted and is likely to be consumed by all groups — from children to the elderly from the healthy to the ill by pregnant women and lactating mothers I doubt if the safety of GM foods for such a wide population can be adequately determined GM food should be tested with the same rigour as any new drug to be used for chronic diseases Unless such a foolproof mechanism is in place one should be sceptical about introducing GM food to the market The specific case of GM mustard has an added complication As the technology is “swadeshi” — developed by a government of India research institute — no one can call it an imperialistic design by multinationals While I would like to congratulate the scientists who developed GM mustard there is a big question mark on the quality of this technology on account of the yield It is claimed that GM mustard will have 25-30 per cent higher yield than non-GM mustard A 30 per cent increase in yield in controlled conditions is unlikely to result in a significant change in field conditions Even to show 30 per cent higher yield in controlled conditions the sample size needs to be very large to be statistically significant And even if it is statistically significant in trials material benefit over existing varieties in a wide spectrum of soil compositions rainfall patterns environmental conditions etc will be a mammoth task to substantiate The writer a molecular biologist is in-charge of the foreign affairs department of the BJP For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Gopu Mohan | Published: August 31 2013 12:56 am Related News For Chief Minister J Jayalalithaathe disproportionate assets case is what Greek theatre would describe as sword of Damocles Having faced a political crisis soon after assuming power over a decade agoshe for one well understands the implications of a convictionhowever unlikely it may seem In October 2000a special court convicted and sentenced Jayalalithaa for three years and two years in two cases known jointly as the Tansi cases. a point clear of the Indian men. 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