Author: Satyavarshini Muthuvel

Dependable and dynamic individual pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism, hoping to learn more about the field of Media and Journalism. Being an avid learner, content writing, designing of newsletter, features, and brochures and photography are some of my areas of interests

 People outside the industry and filmmaking are now more interested in People outside the film industry are interested in box office figures. A MOVIE’S OPENING WEEKEND AND SUBSEQUENT DAYS BOX OFFICE PERFORMANCE DEPENDED MORE THAN EVER ON SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING.  The Kashmir Files to Brahmastra, from Vikram Vedha to Ponniyin Selvan Box office numbers are starting to matter more and more with each new film, especially in light of Brahmastra’s success in theatres recently. From The Kashmir Files to Brahmastra, from Vikram Vedha to Ponniyin Selvan, box office results for movies are just as important to the media as their…

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“Preference is given to locals who have graduated from medical schools approved by the Singapore Medical Council,” the firm explained. Plans to recruit 180 junior doctors from India  According to a report in the media, Singapore has plans to recruit 180 junior doctors from India over the course of the next three years. This decision has been questioned by many people. A tender due on October 10 aims to hire 60 medical officers from India per year from 2022 to 2024, with a possible extension to 2025. Alleviate the “severe workload” According to MOH Holdings (MOHH), a corporation of Singapore’s…

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At a Thakorkji Garba event in Surat city on Monday night, Bajrang Dal activists attacked bouncers from the minority group. A venue in Vesu in Surat grew rowdy as Bajrang Dal militants showed up to protest Muslim bouncers being employed for the Hindu festival Navratri. One bouncer was hurt in the altercation on Monday night and received medical attention there.  The issue was under control once the cops arrived on time, and the garba event quickly continued. The Hindu festival of Navratri, which means “nine nights,” honours Durga and her nine manifestations, from the ferocious cosmos-creator Kushmanda to the sword-wielding…

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A protest was staged on Monday at Rashbehari crossing in south Kolkata over an alleged attack on a bookstall put up by the Left party the day before. According to Rajya Sabha MP Bikash Ranjan Bhattacharya, the police detained filmmaker Kamaleshwar Mukhopadhyay as well as some CPI(M) workers. The protest was over an incident that took place at the crossing. Demonstration at the “busy” crossing might hamper Durga Puja Festivities Mukhopadhyay said that the police arrested them claiming that the demonstration cannot be staged at the busy crossing because it will impede the passage of the populace attending Durga Puja,…

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A Russian national was arrested by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) over his Alleged role in manipulating the software of the JEE Mains 2021 examination. After being picked up from the Bureau of Immigration at Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi, where he was detained upon arrival from Almaty, Kazakhstan, the foreigner, who has been identified as Mikhail Shargin, was questioned by agency sleuths after being taken into custody by the agency. During the course of the inquiry, it was discovered, according to a press statement, that certain foreign nationals were involved in compromising numerous online examinations, including the…

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After his oxygen level plummeted, Mulayam Singh Yadav, who was initially confined to the private ward, was transported to the ICU unit. His health is now stable.   Mulayam Singh, a former chief minister of Uttar Pradesh and founder of the Samajwadi Party, was admitted to the intensive care unit of the Medanta Hospital in Gurugram on Sunday after his condition worsened, according to sources. Treatment provided by Oncologists The 82-year-old leader is receiving treatment under the direction of doctors Dr. Nitin Sood and Dr. Sushil Kataria, according to hospital sources. He has been receiving medical care since August 22.…

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As Vladimir Putin annexes swaths of Ukrainian territory, issues nuclear threats, and mobilises hundreds of thousands of reservists, Ukrainian forces on the eastern front will continue fight for every last inch of land. Putin signs decrees to occupy Ukrainian territories In a sharp escalation of his seven-month invasion, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed treaties on Friday to illegally seize extra Ukrainian occupied territories. Possibilities of a full-fledged conflict between Russia and the West are increasing as a result of Putin’s land grab and President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s signing of what he termed as an “accelerated” NATO membership application. The Kremlin signing…

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Canada and its multicultural society There are 1.6 million non-resident Indians and persons of Indian descent living in Canada. A diverse society, including numerous social, cultural, linguistic, and religious groups, exists in Canada. Despite the multiculturalism present in Canada, there has been an increase in rates of Hate Crime. In 2021, Canada received a record 401,000 new permanent residents, and Ottawa has set a lofty goal for this year of 432,000 new arrivals. According to Statistics Canada, immigrants made up 84 percent of the increase in the labour force in the 2010s, making migration a critical component of the Canadian…

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The CEO of the Indian business stated that they would pay for the girl’s education all the way through her graduation. The workshop in Bihar IAS officer Harjot Kaur Bhamra in charge of the women’s development programme in Bihar attended a workshop that was put on in association with UNICEF.   In the end, the Bihar girl had asked the IAS officer if it could give them sanitary napkins in cheaper amounts, and many people praised her for it.  However, the IAS Bhamra appeared upset by the question and questioned whether the demands would ever stop. Apparently , the Bihar girl…

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