Samantha is a very popular south Indian actress, who made her entry into films after her initial modeling assignments and debuted with screen name Yashoda in Moscowin Cauvery, however, the first film of her to release was Baana Kaathadi, which was a failure. But she bounced back and became a topmost actress
Nikesha Patel is one of the British Indian Model cum actress who was part of several BBC TV shows. However, she decided to step into the film industry and she started off with Telugu movie 'Puli' and later worked in few more Tamil and Kannada language projects.
Young mallu beauty Anupama Parameswaran, who started with a bang with Trivikram's A Aa, went on to feature in Premam and rocked with her performance in Shatamanam Bhavathi. She followed it up with a successful role in Vunnadhi Okkate Zindagi.
Retail inflation rose significantly to over three-year high of 5.54 per cent in November, mainly on account of higher food prices. The inflation based on Consumer Price Index (CPI) was 4.62 per cent in October, and 2.33 per cent in November 2018.
Regina Cassandra is having a good run at the Box-Office right now as her recent release 'Awe' struck Gold at the Box-Office. In this case, Regina has shocked everyone by acting in a movie and the latest still has just added fuel to the fire. However, Post-Awe she never had any noteworthy movies and most of them failed at the Box-Office.
Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly has adopted a resolution empowering the Speaker to take necessary action against those elected representatives and others who created a ruckus in the Assembly premises on Wednesday. The video clippings of the previous day scuffle were shown repeatedly in the House and the Ruling party alleged that the former Chief Minister called the Chief Marshal as Bastard.
Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly has passed two Disha Bills which enable the death penalty for rape besides taking stringent action for crimes on women by setting up special courts to deal with such offenses. The Andhra Pradesh Disha Bill- Criminal Law (Andhra Pradesh Amendment) Bill 2019 amending the Penal Code, says that all cases regarding offenses against women shall be investigated and tried expeditiously with provisions of the death penalty.