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The Gandhi Murder is a conspiracy theory period movie based on true events, that led to the eventual assassination of Mahatma Gandhi. The movie demonstrates a violent India, at the backdrop of a non- violent Gandhi, and hard-line fanatic mind-sets beginning to grow roots in an India divided on the basis of religion. 

Releasing 30th January 2019 - Worldwide

Source You Tube 

 

This year’s Diwali festival will be celebrated on 16th October 2016 at Trafalgar Square.

inStrings is an innovative Indian music band, formed with the aim of giving a grand new majestic sound to popular Indian tunes that everyone will enjoy.

The band, consisting of 3 electric violins and a variety of percussion instruments, explores India in its most popular tunes, and fuses together western elements with Indian genres.

Highly established musicians (including a Grammy award nominee and a Bollywood percussionist) come together to create a magnificent sound of much-loved compositions.

Date: 28 Jul 2016

Time: 7:30pm until 9:30pm

Venue: The Capstone Theatre 

For More information about the programmed click here….

Source:Milpafest.com

Kabali – Creating History Across the Globe

Tamil superstar Rajinikanth starrer “Kabali”, which was released amid much fan frenzy on Friday, has created history by becoming the biggest Indian opener of all time, according to its producer ‘Kalaipuli’ S Thanu.

The film, directed by Pa Ranjith, is a gangster drama that also has Radhika Apte, Dhanshika and Kalaiarasan in key roles.

Well, its seems that physicists in Mumbai may have unlocked a mystery!

A study by physicists Vijay Singh and Praveen Pathak from the Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education has found link between Lord Shiva and Mona Lisa

The ratio of beauty appears in an old painting of Lord Shiva in Bihar

Their paper was published in the prestigious European Journal of Physics

While staring at a folk painting of Lord Shiva in Bhojpur, Bihar, the two physicists were struck by the fact that the crescent moon which adorned Shiva's head resembled a circle removed from a larger circle, with the ratio of their diameters close to 1.618, which is a rounding off of the golden ratio. It wasn't mere coincidence either.Their study suggests that the number repeatedly occurs in a class of problems involving an object's centre of mass (roughly speaking, the point where all of the mass of the object is concentrated) and may be omnipresent.

Read the full story......

Story Source:- Times of India

FUN-RUNNERS NEEDED FOR THE BRITISH 10K LONDON RUN!

On Sunday July 10th 2016, our team of 35 fun-runners will be running, jogging (and occasionally walking) around central London to help raise money for our brand new inpatient hospice unit.

Yoga is a 5,000-year-old physical, mental and spiritual practice having its origin in India, which aims to transform both body and mind. On 11th December 2014, the United Nations General Assembly declared June 21st as the International Day of Yoga.

“It is estimated that more Americans bend for yoga than to throw a curve ball.  And we have not yet claimed intellectual property right on Yoga”  

Prime Minister Narendra Modi – addressing US Congress on 8th June 2016

Rana on a mission

It was only in April that Indian Informer reported (See “From Mumbai to Goa” – Skating for a Cause) a story about  Rana Uppalapati, national skating champion, who skated 600 kms from Mumbai to Goa to promote the ‘Goa Going Pink’ mission.

AMMA Speaks at Oshwal Centre in Kenya and Urges Kenyans to Embrace Love to Heal the Nation.

Spiritual leader, Sri Mata Amritanandamayi also known as Amma, speaks at the Oshwal Centre in Kenya and urges Kenyans to embrace love as this is the only way we can help to heal the nation.

Amma who is on her third visit to Kenya is concerned about how technology is having a negative impact on family life, creating greater divisions amongst people who in turn are becoming colder to each other. (Video - below)

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