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hold your breath… Salman Khan’s Tubelight!!” Speculations have had been rife in the past of these foes-turned-friends sharing the screen After their patch-up a few years ago Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan have not yet been seen on the silver screen together The makers or Tubelight are yet to confirm the news Also read |Bigg Boss 10: Why Salman Khan can’t remember Shah Rukh Khan’s Raees dialogue seevideo The last time we saw this starry duo together was in Farah Khan’s Om Shanti Om that released in 2007 Salman appeared in a special track that also had other top stars of Bollywood Though we have seen the two a lot of these together at award nights and other promotions but a film together is indeed big A few reports also suggest that Shatrugan Sinha was supposed to do this cameo initially however Salman insisted SRK would do it More from the world of Entertainment: Meanwhile SRK is also slated to make an appearance on Salman’s ongoing reality show Bigg Boss 10 ahead of his new film the Rahul Dholakia directed Raees release over the Republic Day weekend The duo recently shot for a promo for the two-episode segment A source from the sets reveals that they shot at Mehboob studios and SRK came in with wife Gauri and younger son AbRam “Salman greeted him with a hug and made suggestions about improvising bits for the promo Shah Rukh had to leave early for Imtiaz Ali’s upcoming film so the promo shoot was wrapped up in an hour” adds the source Watch | SRK Salman Khan’s Bigg Boss 10 promo: pictwittercom/QSaJftoNrm — Salman Khan (@BeingSalmanKhan) January 8 2017 Before the big fight the two Khans of Bollywood were seen together in Karan Arjun Kuch Kuch Hota Hai Har Dil Jo Pyar Karega and some other films If this report turns out to be true then possibly audiences will wait for both of them to feature in a full-fledged movie too Tubelight is slated to release on Eid this year For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: February 25 2017 10:34 am Photo for representational purpose Top News The Sikh community in the National Capital will on Sunday vote to elect members of the Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee responsible for taking care of nine historical Sikh places of worship 18 schools and six colleges among other institutions The campaign for DSGMC polls ended at 5 pm on Friday What is DSGMC The DSGMC’s core responsibility is of managing the nine historical Gurdwaras in Delhi including Sri Rakab Ganj Sahib Bangla Sahib and Sis Ganj Sahib The committee also takes care of six colleges including SGTB Khalsa College SGND Khalsa College and Mata Sundri College in Delhi University Apart from that several schools libraries and other social institutions associated with it are managed by DSGMC Also the body represents over 8 lakh Sikhs who reside in Delhi The committee headquarters is at Gurdwara Rakab Ganj Sahib in New Delhi The DSGMC even though a counterpart of the Sikh Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee (SGPC) which manages the places of worship and other institutions in Haryana Punjab Himachal Pradesh and Chandigarh operates in an independent manner How are the elections held The committee has an annual budget of Rs 100 crore and elections are held to appoint members on 46 seats out of total 51 Out of the rest one member is nominated by SGPC two are co-opted and two represent Singh Sabhas of Delhi Also four other members representing Sikh takhats (seat of authority) Sri Akal Takht Sahib in Amritsar Sri Keshgarh Sahib Sri Anandpur Sahib and Sri Patna Sahib are also nominated to the committee The elections are directly managed by Directorate of Gurdwara Elections which comes under the Government of NCT of Delhi Apart from ensuring a smooth election process the department is also responsible for carrying out amendments in Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Act The DSGMC works according to the rules and regulations laid out in Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Act of 1971 Once elected the committee members retain their position for a period of four years after which next elections are held This year out of over eight lakh Sikhs 375 lakh are eligible to vote including over 19 lakh men and over 18 lakh women Only Sikhs who have unshorn hair and follow the religious code of conduct including five tenets are eligible to vote in the elections The DSGMC polls 2017 So far the committee elections have mostly been a two party affair with Shromani Akali Dal (Badal) and Akali Dal (Delhi) being the major competitors However this year a new party named Panthic Sewa Dal (PSD) supported by Aam Aadmi Party has also entered the fray The party was formed 18 months ago by AAP MLA Avtar Singh from Kalkaji South On the other hand SAD (Badal) and Akali Dal (Delhi) which is led by Paramjeet Singh Sarna are contesting all 46 seats Apart from these three two other players namely Akal Sahai Welfare Society and Sikh Sadbhawana Dal have also fielded candidates According to reports a total of 335 candidates including 184 independents are contesting the polls this year As many as 560 polling stations have been set up across Delhi to ensure an orderly election process SAD (Badal) which is supported by Akali Dal in Punjab and BJP finds itself in a tough spot after Dera Sacha Sauda Chief’s support to the SAD in Punjab Assembly polls On the other hand the party has been running a campaign against Paramjit Singh Sarna accusing him of being involved in corruption Paramjit Singh Sarna was the President of DSGMC for over 10 years before he was ousted by Manjit Singh GK of SAD (Badal) in 2013 polls The eligibility norms to become an elected member of the committee require a person to be minimum 25 years of age an ‘amritdhari’ Sikh who does not trim his hair does not take alcoholic drinks and is able to read and write in Gurumukhi script For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Bengaluru | Published: August 2 2017 1:03 pm Pahlaj Nihalani refuses to certify Ka Bodyscapes Related News Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) chief Pahlaj Nihalani continues to stick to his guns as he is not ready to certify filmmaker Jayan Cherian’s controversial Malayalam film Ka Bodyscapes that deals with the subject of homosexuality This after reviewing the film four times in a year and repeated orders from the Kerala High Court to clear the film with cuts if needed The CBFC is still unwilling to certify the film because it “glorifies homosexuality” besides showing Hindu gods in “poor light” The CBFC remains defiant even as the Kerala High Court last week had directed the censor body to take an immediate decision on the film within a week’s time An 18-member team of the CBFC visited Thiruvananthapuram last Friday to review the film again as Pahlaj has been blocking the theatrical release of the film since April 2016 However the CBFC is still seemingly adamant on certifying the film “Nihalani and CBFC are being unreasonable They don’t want my film ‘Ka Bodyscapes’ to release The members who watched the film last Friday are divided over their opinion Nine members have agreed to pass the film but the rest are against it” Cherian told Mid-Day The lawyer for the CBFC has sought more time from the court to give its final decision along with an explanation The court has scheduled the hearing for August 16 Ka Bodyscapes narrates the struggles of members of LGBT community in a conservative Kerala society The film features many activists who led movements like Kiss Of Love Queerala among others in Kerala For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: April 14 2016 12:05 am Photo for representational purpose Related News The India Meteorological Department’s first forecast released on Tuesday for the southwest monsoon season (June-September) has predicted that after back-to-back “deficient” monsoons India is likely to receive “above-normal” rainfall this year According to the IMD rainfall is likely to be 106 per cent of the long period average (LPA) which is 89 cm of rainfall with an error range of 5 per cent India’s agricultural growth has collapsed from 42 per cent in 2013-14 to minus 02 per cent in 2014-15 (with 88 per cent of LPA rainfall) and 11 per cent in 2015-16 (with 86 per cent of LPA rainfall) The forecast brings relief for Indian agriculture and the overall economy The IMD gained credibility as a forecaster last year when it predicted a “below-normal” monsoon in its first-stage forecast on April 22 which it downgraded to “deficient” in an update on June 2 The department stood by its forecast even as private forecasters were predicting above-normal monsoons and the rainfall in June was actually 116 per cent of the LPA As it turned out the IMD’s forecast was accurate for the season as a whole In the current moment historical data supports the possibility of a good monsoon In 71 per cent of the years that followed El Nino years (as is the case this year) the monsoon was either “normal” or “above-normal” All indications are therefore that India can look forward to a turnaround in agricultural growth in the current fiscal — another trend that is backed by data Between 1981-82 and 2015-16 agricultural growth was minus 21 per cent in El Nino years as against a period average of 3 per cent However encouraging as this forecast is there is no reason to give in to euphoria For one this is still a preliminary estimate — a more comprehensive estimate detailing the distribution of rainfall will be available later in June Second while El Nino has weakened its impact could linger till the first half of the monsoon this year This means that rainfall may well be above average on the whole but the rains may be delayed This in turn would upset the cropping strategy of farmers Under the circumstances the government would do well to prepare for an above-normal monsoon Farmers can be incentivised for instance to produce the crops most appropriate from the perspective of the domestic demand-supply scenario by carefully declaring minimum support prices Steps can be taken to ensure that the extra rainfall leads to greater groundwater recharge Thegovernment must also remember to prepare for possible floods — the flip-side of an above-average monsoon For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News Shahida (18), issued by DGCA in 2010, The technology has also brought down cases of fraud exponentially.the burly pacer suddenly unleashed a wayward short-pitched barrage against the pair of Kamalesh Murugesan and Ganga Sridhar.who was the chief guest at the function, download Indian Express App More Related NewsLondon: Skipper Wayne Rooney and left-back Ryan Bertrand are injury doubts for England’s year-ending friendly against Spain, Read:? 2013 1:30 am Related News An 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