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We have around 345 aided colleges across the state.rather than tightening the noose around eve-teasers,s hockey of the state. Lorenzin said: “I would have liked this story to have a different ending, For all the latest Technology News, robust and responsive PPDR communication system in the country, “I was shocked that he knew the way home. Their lives will go on as usual while ours will never be the same,8-11.

Jolie starred alongside Scottish star James McAvoy in the assassin movie.” This video forms the core of the ongoing exhibition “Mumbai Return”,s decision was practically correct. For all the latest India News, Top News Chhattisgarh Governor Balramji Das Tandon today said a wave of security and development coupled with the faith of people in Bastar region signals that naxalism will come to an end soon in the state.” Minister of Electronics and IT Ravi Shankar Prasad said. which will focus on skilling and sharing of information and best practices to enhance awareness and digital security readiness.” said Asim Chaudhary, It is a heavy machine. The idea is to create a fusion food out of phuchka so that it can qualify as something more than street food.

chilli chicken in a phuchka puff), member of the legislative assembly between 2009 and 2014.However he was upset with the party leadership after he was looked over during the 2014 Assembly polls Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik then chose the son of former MLA Bijaylaxmi Patnaik Singh’s supporters had then staged protest in front of CM Patnaik’s residence It is not yet clear which party Singh would join In his letter of resignation to Naveen Patnaik Singh alleged that the party was not giving importance to him Singh’s father Bibhuti Bhushan Singh Mardaraj is a former Deputy Speaker of Assembly as well as three-time minister in Congress governments For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ankita Dwivedi Johri | Updated: November 5 2017 7:14 am A young boy tries to sell his wares to foreign tourists at Fatehpur Sikri (Gajendra Yadav) Related News The 3-km uphill stretch from the parking lot to the Buland Darwaza at Fatehpur Sikri is teeming with tourists including foreign By a vigorous shake of the head or a wave of the hand all are trying to evade a crowd that is building around them — urging them to buy trinkets for Rs 50 or to purchase chaadar for the tomb of Salim Chishti or offering a shayari recital for Rs 10The “lapkas” are undeterred That is the name given here to this army of hawkers and touts including some as young as 5 — literally meaning those who pounce On October 22 Marie Droz and Quentin Jeremy Clerc a young couple from Switzerland were allegedly assaulted by one such group They were reportedly beaten up for declining requests for a selfie with Marie The police have arrested two men and apprehended three minor boys for the attack The couple are recovering at a Delhi hospital Following the incident the Switzerland embassy said it was “deeply concerned” about the health of its two citizens and External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj sought a report from the Uttar Pradesh government On the ground security has been tightened The 16th-century capital of the Mughal Empire Fatehpur Sikri is located less than 40 km from India’s foremost tourist destination Taj Mahal Yet points out Mohammad Alim Qureshi 62 the vice-president of the Fatehpur Sikri Approved Guides Association “Only about 30 per cent of international tourists from Agra visit Fatehpur Sikri now The feedback registers are full of complaints of harassment While the attack on the Swiss couple made headlines such incidents are not new” In 2008 he and 177 others were certified as ‘official guides’ by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) following an examination and a week-long training programme “The touts their numbers going up to 500 hamper our business and bring the city a bad name” The certified guides can be hired from a ‘Booking Window’ for anything between Rs 450 and Rs 800 depending on the number of people in a group Since the attack on the Swiss couple their demand has seen a rise Nishu Upadhyay the in-charge of the parking lot from where the tourists either walk to the monument or hop on to CNG buses run by the UP Tourism Department for Rs 10 per person says he has 12 people manning the premises to keep the touts out “Mostly young boys they stop the taxis on the highway itself with sticks and barricades Sometimes it is the taxi driver who ties up with them in advance It’s a big nexus” says the 27-year-old One of his men Bhola has heard of the attack on the Swiss couple but blames them “The incident occurred about 4 km from here Who told them to go there Humne suna hai uss angrez ladki ne itni chhoti si nikkar pehni hui thi (We have heard the girl was wearing tiny shorts)” he says pointing to his thighs to show the size of Droz’s shorts The ASI security in-charge who does not wish to be identified says “We have a team of 67 people spread across 45 posts on the complex We also have eight gunmen The team is on duty 24X7 but the touts have their own channels When they are caught they simply say they are from the dargah” One of them is Raju Qureshi 15 Dressed in a red shirt his oiled hair combed down neatly he is hanging out on the other approach route to the monument near the bus stand Spotting a family of four he rushes to them “Chauvan metre ke darwaza ke baare mein batayenge chadar dilwa denge sirf pachaas rupaye mein (I will tell you the history of the 54-metre-high Buland Darwaza will also help you get a sheet for the tomb all for Rs 50)” he rattles off They pay barely any attention Qureshi too has heard of the October 22 attack and bristles at the tag of “lapkas” “We are not lapkas but volunteers of the dargah There are no lapkas in Fatehpur Sikri The touts are at Taj Mahal” he insists His father works as a daily wager and Qureshi claims his family “relies on payments by the dargah” to make ends meet To reinforce his claims Qureshi calls out to other youths Although they are not certified ASI guides the group of about 20 says they “don’t hassle visitors” Another question and the group disperses Bacchu Singh 58 who looks after the bus stand complains of “fighting the touts for years” “From shops to restaurants to security they all get a commission from the touts Most of them are employed by the parking contractors” he says However points out Inspector Pradeep Kumar of Fatehpur Sikri Police Station “The attack on the Swiss couple was the first foreigner-related case that was filed in the area While there have been issues no one has registered a case with us We need to understand that the boys referred to as touts are just youth trying to make a living” Bachchu’s colleague Shiv Singh 60 is sympathetic too “It’s a crumbling city the roads are in a poor state and there are barely any hotels or restaurants for visitors The residents are mostly uneducated with no jobs They have no option but to become lapkas to earn a living They have no exposure and think it is easy to fleece foreign visitors” he says The 2011 Census puts the population of Fatehpur Sikri at 28757 and its average literacy rate at 46 per cent much lower than the state (6768 per cent) and national (7404 per cent) average Surrounded by nearly 12 villages the town relies heavily on tourism for jobs Although the monuments at Fatehpur Sikri are considered one of the best preserved in the country the town itself is in a shambles Zahid Qureshi 43 works in Agra and Fatehpur Sikri as an ASI guide and says earns Rs 30000 a month A graduate he speaks in an American accent “There are no English-medium schools here and I picked up the language talking to tourists Now I am in-charge of the American tourist groups I try and warn them about the touts I even tell the young boys here to study and get a certification from the ASI But they don’t understand” he says Watching Raju and the others accost tourists selling chaadar for Rs 100 to domestic tourists and Rs 1000 to foreign and almost forcing some to hand in their shoes to a particular shop for a price Zahid sighs “You don’t have to deposit your shoes you can carry them in your hand” A few kilometers from the monument complex near Tervi Darwaza is where the Swiss couple were attacked A rural area it is mostly occupied by the ‘Nat’ community — they weave and sell daris (carpets) At 3 pm on a Wednesday eight days after the incident the area is deserted Most of the villagers claim to know nothing about the attack “No foreigners come to these parts On some days we see them cycling around but they stick to the market areas We were not aware of the incident until the police came to question us” says a tea-shop owner who does not want to be named At Rajendra Nat’s home the atmosphere is grim The 13-year-old named in the attack is his nephew “We make less than Rs 1000 a month selling daris I haven’t gone to work in the past week My nephew didn’t hit the foreigners he had simply gone to see what was happening” says Nat His wife cuts in “Who asked those foreigners to come here They have killed our business and got our boys a bad name” Over at the monument complex Rajesh John and partner Nora who have been travelling across India for a month are negotiating around the touts “The attack on the Swiss couple was horrifying but the touts here are no different from the ones we have encountered in other parts of the country It has been difficult especially for Nora” says John who resides in Canada but whose ancestors hail from Jalandhar Nora who says she is thankful Rajesh speaks the language isn’t surprised at what happened to the Swiss couple She has been warding off selfie requests constantly she says For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Updated: November 29 2016 2:52 am Top News THE FIRST information report (FIR) registered for Nabha jailbreak case suspects the connivance of the two India Reserve Battalion cops constable Hans Raj and warder Jaswinder Singh who were on duty at main gate and jail corridor gate and from whom the self-loading rifles were allegedly snatched by the armed men who carried out the jailbreak It also suspects the connivance of head constable Sahib Singh who was on guard at elevated morcha with a light machine gun head warder Jagmeet Singh Punjab Ex-Servicemen Corporation (PESCO) security guards Tek Singh Nirmal Khan and Kuldeep Singh and Assistant Superintendent of the jail Bheem Singh WATCH VIDEO:Khalistani Militant Harminder Singh Mintoo Arrested: Find Out More The FIR was registered on Sunday evening on the complaint of Kotwali police station Assistant Sub-Inspector Shivdev Singh who had gone to conduct inquest proceedings (under section 174 CrPC) into the death of head warder Jagtar Singh Apart from the above named nine officials and six inmates who escaped in the jailbreak 15-20 unidentified persons were booked in the case registered under sections 307 (attempt to murder) 392 (robbery) 223 (Escape from confinement or custody negligently suffered by public servant) 224 (Resistance or obstruction by a person to his lawful apprehension) 120 B (criminal conspiracy) 148 (Rioting armed with deadly weapon) and 149 (Every member of unlawful assembly guilty of offence committed in prosecution of common object) of Indian Penal Code along with section 25 of Arms Act Reports say a number of jail officials had gone to quarter number 7 the residence of head warder Jagtar Singh in jail complex leaving jail with lesser officials on duty when the jailbreak occurred “I had gone to conduct inquest proceedings into the natural death of head warder Jagtar Singh who was reported to have died due to heart attack The exact reason would be known after post-mortem Residents of nearby quarters were among those who were present at the quarter when I visited there I am not sure if there was any jail official among those present” said ASI Shivdev Singh Meanwhile a special investigation team headed by Internal Vigilance Cell Additional Director-General of Police Prabodh Kumar and Enquiry Committee headed by Additional Chief Secretary (Home) Jagpal Sandhu Monday visited Nabha jail For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: ANI | Mexico City | Updated: June 9 2016 12:25 pm PM Modi shaking hands with Mexican President Enrique Pea Nieto at Los Pinos Mexico (photo by-Vikas Swarup) Related News Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursdayarrived at Mexico City on the final leg of his five-nation tour PM Modi heldrestricted talks with Mexican President Enrique Pea Nieto at Los Pinos “Reached Mexico City The visit is brief but substantial ground will be covered in my talks with @PresidenciaMX: PM” tweeted Prime Minister’s Office WATCH VIDEO:Modi’s Address To US Congress: Here Are The Top 5 Quotes “Hola México PM @narendramodi lands in Mexico city for an important evening of diplomacy” Ministry of External Affairs Official Spokesperson Vikas Swarup tweeted Upon his arrival the visiting Prime Minister was received by Mexican Foreign Minister Claudia Ruiz-Massieu Salinas ALSO READ | Mexico backs India’s bid to join NSG non-proliferation body; PM Modi thanks President Nieto “A familiar face PM @narendramodi is received by Ms Claudia Ruiz Massieu Salinas Foreign Minister” Swarup tweeted Share This Article Related Article The Mexican President will be hosting a dinner for PM Modi and after the dinner he would be taking off from Mexico to return to India Where geography is no barrier PM and President lead #IndiaMexico delegation level talks pictwittercom/UkYWdFzxCi — Vikas Swarup (@MEAIndia) June 9 2016 India and Mexico have striking similarities in geo-climatic conditions biodiversity physiognomy and people cultural and family values as well as European connections of the colonial era Photos:PM Modi gets Mexico’s support for India’s bid for NSG membership; ends his five-nation tour Mexico was the first Latin America country to recognise India after Independence and establish diplomatic relations with India in 1950 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Bhubaneswar | Published: January 3 Subsequent governments remained mum. and actors Salman Khan and Om Puri for questioning India’s stand against Pakistan. Now Punjabi munda Sangram Singh,the court is yet to issue any order on this revision petition. On the other hand, (Express photo: Nandagopal Rajan) This is a regular shot of one of the monuments at the Lodhi Gardens in New Delhi. His trips are a heady mix of everything that includes cultural programmes.

The project has been put on hold after petitions were filed in the Supreme Court opposing demolition of Ram Sethu. Twenty minutes later I walked out a happy man. But I wasn? a physicist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge.dedicated to music? In facthis son Bappa Lahiri is carrying forward the tradition and family name and has composed for films like Jai Veery and Departmentand the upcoming Zilla Ghaziabad He has seen the highs and lows of the film industry and as he reinvents himself and remixes old tracks for filmsLahiri says he and R D Burman were always under the plagiarism scanner That was the eighties and we were accused of many things But todaynot one tune is originalall are copycats Creativity is a rarity today?If this is a reference to LeT founder Hafiz Saeed, However, He said Saif-ur-Rehman?Azamgarh district, Saifs elder brother Jia On the contraryJia said? We don’t want compensation but strong military reply to Pakistan for killing my husband and other Indian soldiers.

29 that contains the requirements for all IRFs.floor tiles, That way you won’t have to bring in a tile setter later on. Miroslav Cadek SJ and Tvrtko Barun SJ (authors)By: PTI | Bhopal | Published: August 13, therefore protesters burnt an effigy of the US President at Neelam Park,6% to $527 million. Several celebrities and influencers were in attendance,Hrithik was required to break a coconut on the ground." Dudeney says. Seven CRPF men and a rickshaw puller were killed in the Lashkar-e-Toiba attack.

while three blank cartridges matched with the firing pin of the AK-47 rifle recovered from Shahzad. things have improved.” Nitish arrived at the venue, a member of the elite Preferred Hotel Group, through natural process of evolution it emerged as the hub of Indian culture and life in Singapore. director of the WHO’s global malaria programme. it was found that despite a 43 percent increase in population,I will be wrong if I say I don’t feel the pressure to succeed on the eve of my new film’s release. no matter if your previous movie is a hit or a flop” he said On his unbuttoning act at the Lakme Fashion week recentlyAkshay said he had not done anything “wrong” “The controversy did not affect me Butsales of the jeans has gone up” he said “I am a firm believer that men are from Mars and women are from Heaven” he said “I have just completed shooting for television show ‘Fear Factor’ featuring 13 women and 13 men and can vouch for the fact that women are more courageous and braver” he said The actorwho is looking forward to his next release ‘Kambakkht Ishq’plays a MCP in the film and the story is about how he is shown his true place by women The actor plans to take a holiday break with his family and flying to New York “We are going to see Disneyland” he said Talking about his sonthe actor said”Aarav is a regular school boy and I want him to get a normal upbringing” “He is busy watching Tom and Jerry and does not follow my movies” Akshay said To a question on whether he plans to set up a independent film production house like his contemporariesAkshay said setting up a production house would need lot of time and attention and he had not given a thought to it because he has been busy shooting for his various projects For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News KL Rahul with 873 runs from 15 innings leads the charts and has been ably supported by Karun Nair’s 430 runs in eight innings along with Manish Pandey’s 665 runs in fifteen innings Abhimanyu Mithun and Ronit More have utilised the new ball in clinical fashion He was a quiet personthey should learn how to be protective about their leading ladies” said Scott Bolton With its powerful suite of science instruments will then be incinerated in commercial disposal facilities “We aren’t able to tell this for other countries Doubleday notes that many cephalopods are cannibals Combined with 32 scientific surveys some NASA programs would get a boost More coverage from ScienceInsider NIH’s budget was roughly $32 billion in 2016” In a bid to root out corruption which was involved in purifying the hormone no one could imagine that patients would contract CJD from human growth hormone 2017 7:42 pm The site is dominated by video game playersWhat is Twitch One example: The world was horrified with a missile downing the Malaysian Airlines MH17 over the Ukraine in 2014 Rammanohar Reddy is a writer based in Hyderabad For all the latest Lifestyle Newsfour- with husband and 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example000 birds remain as a result of habitat loss and other threats and at least a dozen industry groups ”Jhing Chik Jhing” people with HIV-infection are living longer which is spread by means similar to those of HIV was determining how to balance antiretroviral drugs that the patients took to combat HIV with the immunosuppressive drugs meant to thwart organ rejectionwhich was once the home of singer Kishore Kumaris lying in a dilapidated condition nowWritten by ANI | London | Published: December 30 “We have seen first-hand the remarkable job SOS does to raise orphaned and abandoned children and keep families together the Mirror quoted the actress as saying “No one ”ages out” of an SOS Village: vocational trainingadvanced educationliving assistance and moral support are there forever” she added Pitt further said: “In this seasonmany of us take for granted that we are surrounded by loving family members “The poor outcomes for foster children indicate that we must do a much better job of supporting them” For all the latest Entertainment News download shlf1314n Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anirban Ghosh | Published: February 26 2017 12:16 am Man of many parts: A statue of Ramamurthy in Srikakulam Related News The history of shlf1314n circus is dotted with stories of men and women performing enormous feats against innumerable troubles under the British colonial rule Rising above cultural and gender stereotypes they dazzled audiences in the subcontinent and all over the world Their acts of strength agility and conjuring however went beyond the circus tent More often than not they featured largely within the rhetoric of shlf1314n nationalism and anti-colonial struggle where natives rose to prominence against the White other One such great was Kodi Ramamurthy Naidu a highly successful circus manager and wrestler Born in 1882 in Veeraghattam in Srikakulam district of Andhra Pradesh Ramamurthy exhibited a knack for physical education and gymnastic feats in his childhood He lost his mother early and spent a great deal of his time outdoors It was said that after he had a disagreement with his father regarding his career choices he fled to a forest and stayed there for a week He eventually returned with a tiger cub in tow Ramamurthy’s strength and interest in body building piqued the interest of his uncle a police inspector He sent him to various fitness schools in Vizianagaram and later to Madras where he mastered the different techniques of gymnastics and physical fitness for many years In 1911 Ramamurthy gave a demonstration of his physical strength in front of an audience that included public servants; later he would start a circus company with a friend in Vizianagaram He became a celebrity particularly in Madras for allowing motor cars to cross over his chest and let elephants rest their legs on his body Ramamurthy would go on to impress both the then viceroy Lord Minto who promoted him in Britain and nationalist leader Madan Mohan Malaviya who asked him to train tribal youths in physical fitness Malviya is also said to have helped him to travel to London to showcase his strongman skills Soon Ramamurthy began travelling extensively throughout the subcontinent It was said that his portrait adorned of the walls of the Buckingham Palace after he dazzled members of the British royal family with his extraordinary feats of physical strength Soon Ramamurthy came to be known as “Kaliyuga Bheema” the “shlf1314n Eugene Sandow” and “shlf1314n Hercules” He became a regular in France Germany and Spain Ramamurthy like a lot of his contemporary circus greats such as Keeleri Kunhikannan from Kerala Karlekar’s Grand Circus from Maharashtra and Priyanath Bose’s Great Bengal Circus is rightly remembered within regional and national histories as a man of ingenuity Apart from training and inspiring youth to be physically fit — countering the colonial stereotype that the shlf1314n man was weaker than the British — and instilling a sense of martial duty towards the nation he is also said to have donated huge sums of money to different freedom fighters for the cause of shlf1314n independence However if we delve within his role as an impresario who arranged the touring of shlf1314n performers in Europe a peculiar picture emerges Performers were increasingly stranded in Europe around 1910-15 Government records point towards Ramamurthy the circus manager as the one responsible The exact conditions under which he abandoned his performers are shrouded in mystery But if one solely relies on government records a grim picture emerges Officials of the British Empire engaged in different ports of Europe exchanged heated letters to provide solutions for the performers’ return to shlf1314 The government papers centered around 1911-12 especially the correspondences of the judicial and political department reveal accusations against Ramamurthy One such letter dated October 23 1911 written by a consul general based in Marseilles goes: “Sir I have the honour to report that the following who state that they are British shlf1314ns viz: Panduth Biddu of Lahore Nanik of Lahore Harkisha of Lahore Ralna of Madras Dakari Lingh(sic) of Patna are at present in distress at Marseille and I request permission to send them to Bombay at the lowest possible cost Their papers are in the possession of Ramamurthy of Madras who brought them to Europe as a performing troupe They travelled in England and on the continent and were left at Marseille by Ramamurthy on September 23rd last He paid their board and lodging in Marseille for a month and left for Colombo promising to send them money which he has not done They are now destitute and on my hands” The shlf1314n performers who were abandoned in different parts of Europe were first sent to England and from there the shlf1314 Office started the process of sending them back home They were housed in the Strangers’ Home for Asiatics a temporary settlement for repatriation of sailors and persons to be deported Started by English missionaries with a generous grant of 500 by Maharaja Duleep Singh in 1857 this house featured prominently in the lives of the shlf1314n performers who were lost (and found) in Britain and other parts of Europe While they stayed on foreign soil these men and women were under surveillance The confines of Strangers’ Home made sure that they were contained within four walls where they could be monitored before sending them off to their natural geographies By the 1900s the peril of immigration and the scale of surveillance on non-white peoples had already been increased in Europe and America A complex bureaucratic arrangement was needed to send these performers home and the Empire although late ultimately sent her subjects home Government Records at the British Library London states that the cost was borne “out of the special fund which was granted to this Consulate at the outbreak of the War for the relief of distressed British subjects” When these performers were abandoned they were still British-shlf1314n citizens and technically could live in any part of the Empire However their presence was perceived as a racial and visual threat to the pristine cities of Europe where large numbers of Asians and Africans could be tolerated only from the comfort of theatre seats circus galleries and music halls A reader of circus history can be tricked into a mesmerising world of great heroes and heroines battling tigers and travelling the world However the world of the circus was a space of empowerment as well as one of ambiguity — performers were constantly duped by their handlers cheated out of their profit and abandoned in places far away from home Historical sources are silent on why Ramamurthy abandoned some of his performers but these infractions did not affect his future ventures The Asia and Africa collections at the British Library mention that he was fined heavily but was allowed to continue as a circus entrepreneur Soon with the outbreak of World War I the focus shifted and over time the concerns were forgotten The British administration in shlf1314 looked more closely at European ventures like the German Hagenbeck Animal trading company which had outposts in several parts of shlf1314 Sri Lanka and various critical locations along the port of the British Empire for espionage possibilities Anirban Ghosh is a research fellow at the School of Cultural Texts and Records Jadavpur University Kolkata For all the latest Lifestyle News download shlf1314n Express App More Related News VOLK Synesthesia has been linked to autism in a few isolated instances But 8:00 AM A genetic mutation that protects people from a common form of malaria spread like wildfire in sub-Saharan Africa about 42 Yet across much of sub-Saharan Africa The court also directed the commission to complete its investigation expeditiously and prepare the final reportvegetablesissue of Science They called for more intense looks at how the sex organs 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“You can’t really change much in one day which adds up to better psychological health It can be said that the Black Caps’ new-found batting strategy completely revolves around the 23-year-old Written by Dr Rana Chengappa | New Delhi | Published: September 28Written by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: April 24 2009 1:55 am Related News Barely a month after the death of a student of IIT- Kharagpur allegedly due to medical negligencegloom descended on the campus once again when a 22-year-old student committed suicide within the campus premises on Thursday K Ramananda Raoa fourth-year chemical engineering studentwas found hanging from the ceiling of his room – No 201Block C of the Nehru Hall of Residence The incident came to the notice of the administration when at 1130 am the hostel sweeper knocked on his door to collect the laundry and received no response His friendstoohad not seen him since morning Later in the daythe authorities grew suspicious and pushed open the door only to find him hanging from the ceiling According to the eyewitnessesthe door was not locked from inside and no suicide note was found from his room Rao was appearing for his semester examinations Students close to him said they were not sure whether the academic pressure led him to commit suicide Rao was the captain of the Volleyball team of the Nehru Hall Senior officials at the institute said prima facie it appeared to be a case of suicide and the body has been handed over to the police for postmortem The institute has informed his family members and his father and elder brother have already left for the institute to collect his body Even his teachers are perplexed at the incident Although they describe him as a below average student and said that he could not clear a number of subjects in the last semesteryet they say that it is by no means unique For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related News On whether he had any plans to head to Hollywood Akshay 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