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The Congress, I can’t do anything about it. and declare them to not be schools. with a DG’s insignia in 2014.after tearing into various provisions of the bills, Noting that it was his duty to answer the questions being? @Suriya_offl Thanked Director Hari Sir and surprised him with a Toyota Fortuner…???#Si3 #Si3Hits100CRIn6Days #HatsOffDirHari pictwittercom/Jb7gLWmJnM — rajsekarpandian (@rajsekarpandian) February 15 2017 Earlier talking at the Singam success meet in Hyderabad Suriya said that he will continue to work with Hari in Singam franchise and the next film in the series will come out after five years He also added that he is collaborating with Hari for a new film and an announcement will be made on the same soon Hari will soon start shooting for the sequel to his 2003 film Saamy which had Chiyaan Vikram playing a police officer The project will be bankrolled by Shibu Thameens and Harris Jayaraj will compose music for the film For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Benita Chacko | Mumbai | Published: May 14 2017 1:05 am Night treks are organised in Prabalgad Harishchandragad and Rajmachi — all in and around Mumbai Express Top News After a long week at work Rahul Mistry looks forward to his weekends Unlike the usual partying dining out and movies Mistry likes to spend his weekends alone in the midst of nature and for that he has found his favourite getaway night-time treks “I do not like to spend my weekends in crowded places Instead I prefer to go camping in small groups Around three to four years ago I began going for night treks and it is the perfect way to spend the weekend” says Mistry an artist and a freelance photographer Organised by several trekking groups people are taken to different spots around Mumbai for an overnight experience They are especially popular in the summers as people can enjoy a weekend getaway while avoiding the scorching heat “With the heat it is difficult to go on day treks in summer With pleasant weather at nights it is easier to climb So most people opt for night treks during the summer” explains Sarfaraz from Treks and Trails The adventure group has organised a trekking trip to Kalsubai the highest peak in Maharashtra this weekend The trekkers gather at Kasara station around 11 pm from where a jeep takes them to the base camp The group begins its ascent on the hill around 230 am to reach the peak by sunrise It is the view from the 1646 m peak that draws many enthusiasts to it Apart from the peak of other mountains on clear nights one can also see the milky way from this strategic location While descending the trekkers are treated to some local breakfast by villagers at the base camp Night treks are also organised in Prabalgad Harishchandragad and Rajmachi — all in and around Mumbai “There are more than 300 trekking spots in Maharashtra and around Mumbai itself there around 50 spots” says Mahesh Kumar from Ramblers India While these night trekkers walk with the help of torch light The Tern Travellers enhances the experience by organising Moonlight Treks Planned with the help of moon charts these trips happen only twice or thrice a year as they have to wait for a full moon night that falls on a weekend “Many groups organise night treks but we wanted to do something different So we provide trekking trips under the natural light of the moon These have to be scientifically planned as we have to consider many factors like timing direction and even the destination Our ascent has to be from the east or the north east heading to the west or south Otherwise we will not be able to walk under the moonlight” says Nabeel Ansari from The Tern Travellers Ansari says that for moonlight treks Kothaligad and Prabalgad are the ideal spots as they are easy climbs for everyone and also because they do not have much green cover Forested areas cover the moonlight defeating the purpose of the trek “The moonlight here is so bright that it looks like it is still evening People come prepared with torches but they are amazed to see the brightness of the moon With the city lights we do not get to see the natural brightness of the moon” explains Ansari But the night also brings with it challenges “We sometimes tend to lose our way at night in dense forests and take wrong detours To avoid this the trek leaders should have done a good survey of the area and also ensured that everyone – beginners and experienced trekkers – are visible and together” says Mahesh Kumar Ravindra Bindre a business professional from Mumbai however pointed out a benefit of night trekking He says the darkness keeps the fear of the unknown at bay “Since we cannot see too far at night we trudge forward without fear But in the day when we see a steep climb or a sharp descent we are afraid to go ahead” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsEtah (Uttar Pradesh): BJP president Amit Shah targeted Rahul Gandhi saying that instead of embarking on roadshows against demonetisation the Congress vice-president should take out "yatras against unemployment poverty and starvation" BJP president Amit Shah PTI Addressing BJP’s ‘Parivartan Rally’ on Friday Shah also hit out at other opposition parties including Samajwadi Party Bahujan Samaj Party and TrinamoolCongress for "ganging up" against demonetisation anddisrupting parliamentary proceedings resulting ina virtual washout of the Winter Session "Rahul baba is undertaking padyatras daily It will be better if Rahul takes out yatras against unemployment poverty and starvation" Shah said targeting the Congress leader who has been aggressively campaigning against demonetisation "He (Rahul) asks what change has come after BJP came to power He will not be able to see as he has ‘Italian chashma’ (Italian glasses) on his eyes" Shah said in an apparent reference to the Italian roots of Rahul’s mother Sonia Gandhi The BJP chief likened the unity among opposition partieson the issue of demonetisation to animals in a jungle climbing the same tree to save their lives from raging floods He likened SP BSP and Congress to "naagnath and saanpnath" (snakes) sitting over schemes for development of Uttar Pradesh forcing youth to migrate to other states for menial jobs Heasserted that "come what may BJP will come to power" after the coming Assembly election He said demonetisation has taken the wind out of BSP supremo Mayawati’s sails? that’s not possible.

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had refused to take charge on account that since the government had opposed his candidature,as some want to avail scholarship and some need it for admission on sports quota in schools and colleges. It’s from him that I learnt to keep my performance real and natural.