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Adil Malik

Adil Malik is trained as a civil engineer from University of East London. He is an Event Manager and a writer at The Kashmir Walla.

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As the judgement day of hit and run case is tomorrow, the trade analysts of film industry are worried about the 2000 million rupees investment on Salman Khan. Two upcoming movies “Bajrangi Bhaijan” and “Prem Rattan Dhan Paayo” are in the last leg of shooting. The film industry is hoping that nothing bad happens. Either he comes clear from the verdict or minimum punishment is given. Currently he is shooting for Bajrangi Bhaijan in Kashmir. Trade Analyst Komal Nahata told media, “On the off chance if you take Rs. 75 crore each for these two movies, it goes to a

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While India’s biggest online fashion retailer Myntra recently confirmed that they will go app-only starting May 1, industry giants Flipkart too have indicated they will follow the same route by the year end. Michael Adnani, vice-president of retail at Flipkart, was quoted by Economic Times saying, “Last year, we had more on the app, but still did our Web and desktop. In the next year or so, we’re going to be only mobile.” In fact Flipkart and Myntra have both already disabled their mobile websites, forcing users to install their mobile app. So the question is, what is prompting them to

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Performing artist Radhika Apte is back in news for a leaked video clip from her latest film. A scene from a 20-minute short film, directed by Anurag Kashyap, has been doing the rounds following Sunday on WhatsApp. In an interview, Kashyap said that the feature is a piece of his short film taking into account a genuine story. “The film has a capable snippet of a lady lifting her dress from the front and uncovering herself. Just a striking, gutsy performing artist could do such a scene.” Kashyap said, “Radhika Apte herself was so glad for it. Anyhow, when you

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  As Nepal tries to recover from aftermath of the massive earthquake that devastated the Himalayan nation yesterday, tech giants Google and Facebook have joined in the relief efforts. While Google has opened its Person Finder tool for the purpose, Facebook has activated its ‘Safety Check’ feature to help victims of the deadly earthquake. Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg posted a status update announcing the feature. He said: “When disasters happen, people need to know their loved ones are safe. It’s moments like this that being able to connect really matters. My thoughts are with everyone who’s been caught up in this tragedy.”

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Photograph by Muhabit ul Haq An extensive report that has documented the September 2014 floods of Jammu and Kashmir, raises serious questions about the role of political and military forces in the ecology of the region. The 173-page report,  Occupational Hazard, raises questions about accountability and culpability for the floods, from an ecological, civil and political rights perspective. It also highlights the role played by the local community in relief and rehabilitation of the flood affected people. The report was released today on the eleventh martyrdom anniversary of human rights activist, Aasia Jeelani, here in Srinagar. It has been documented

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Bollywood superstar Salman Khan arrived in Srinagar today afternoon for the shooting of his upcoming film titled Bajrangi Bhaijaan. A huge number of fans had gathered outside the Srinagar International Airport to catch a glimpse of the Dabang star. The actor is on his first visit to the valley. Khan was greeted by the state tourism department at the airport and had lunch at The Lalit Hotel, Srinagar before leaving for Pahalgam. He is scheduled to stay in the Valley for a month. According to the film crew, Director Kabir Khan plans to shoot some action scenes and a song here. The film