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Sanjjanaa makes her television debut

However, all the three has guest appearances in the tele-soap. In recent times several Kannada actors and actresses were seen doing cameo in tele-serials. Even actress-turned-politician Ramya did a cameo role in a television show.Talking about the actors' roles, a source close to the tele-soap unit said, "Vijay Raghavendra plays the role of the protagonist Siddarth's friend in the serial. Sanjjanaa...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : Entertainment

Mamata allots plot for TV studio

chief minister on Monday declared that she had allocated a five-acre plot to the information and cultural affairs department to set up a studio and an academy where telefilms and serials will be shot.“We are building two film cities. Just like the film cities, we will set up Tele Academy,” Mamata Banerjee announced after her fortnightly meeting with her council of ministers.“A lot of tele-serials are...
Source : Telegraphindia |
Category : City | City : Mon

TN Seetharam Is Back With His Epic TV Soap Mayamruga

predominately famous for his TV soaps is all set to bring back his epic TV serial on small screen again after many years. The popular tele serial, which was directed by Seetharam and most watched TV soap is all set to get relaunched shortly.Popular Kannada entertainment channel Zee Kannada has taken the responsibility of airing the small screen's epic TV soap from March 10 at 6.00pm. It is said that...
Source : Oneindia |
Category : Entertainment

Small screen actor shot at

Rashid Khan (50), a junior artist in television serials, was shot at by his cousin in Saiyyedbada locality in Sadar in Ghazipur district on Thursday.Rashid worked in Mumbai as a junior artist in tele-serials. He had come to Saiyyedbada to look after his ailing mother Munni Begum on Wednesday. On Thursday morning, his cousin reached there and after some arguments over family dispute arguments he opened...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Varanasi

CBSE's second phase of tele-counselling begins

Aimed at providing psychological help to students, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Tuesday started its second phase of tele-counselling for those who appeared for their Class 10 and 12 examinations."Students can dial a toll free number - 1800 118 004 - from any part of the country to get centralised access to the CBSE tele-helpline," a CBSE statement said.The tele-counselling, which...
Source : Headlinesindia |
Category : Others

Bangalore hospital to check taboos on skin diseases

Bangalore, Sep 16 (IANS) CUTIS Academy of Cutaneous Sciences has set up a research facility with tele-dermatology in its specialty hospital here to fight taboos in the countryside on skin diseases like psoriasis, leprosy, vitiligo and pigmentation."As in case of tele-medicine, we are using a satellite-based communication network to link our tele-dermatology facility with district hospitals and primary...
Source : News Track India |
Category : International | City : Bangalore

CBSE's second phase of tele-counselling begins

Aimed at providing psychological help to students, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Tuesday started its second phase of tele-counselling for those who appeared for their Class 10 and 12 examinations."Students can dial a toll free number - 1800 118 004 - from any part of the country to get centralised access to the CBSE tele-helpline," a CBSE statement said.The tele-counselling, which...
Source : Newkerala |
Category : Education | City : New Delhi

Poor rural tele-density may hit India's broadband user target

its latest pan-India tele-density report, the DoT pegs rural tele-density as on July 31, 2013, at a modest 41.64% compared to 146% in urban areas.KOLKATA: India may miss its target of 175 million broadband subscribers by 2017 amid dismal rural tele-density growth and the absence of a vibrant telecom ecosystem in the hinterlands that is home to 70% of the country's population.With barely 16 million...
Source : The Economic Times |
Category : Business
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