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  • Andy Serkis’ ‘Jungle Book: Origins’ retitled to ‘Mowgli’

    Andy Serkis’ dark take on Rudyard Kipling’s classic “The Jungle Book” has a new name, “Mowgli”. Warner Bros has changed the title of the live-action movie, which was earlier named “Jungle Book: Origins”. Serkis is directing the film, which is scheduled to be released on October 19 next year, reported Variety. The film follows Mowgli (Rohan Chand), who is raised by a pack of wolves as he follows the rules of the

  • Keys To Releasing Our Potential-II

    Wise people say: “Reduce the tendency to assess, evaluate and interpret the world. Replace and substitute this futile activity with action, joy and love. We can’t measure life in school terms giving grades like A, B, C. Gradually, a tendency develops to avoid doing things except to score “A” grade. In that process, we miss out everything.  Whatever are the circumstances, we can make the situation a field of learning or an avenue

  • NTCA red-flags mushrooming resorts in ‘Mowgli’ land

    New Delhi : The apex body for tiger conservation, NTCA, has red-flagged mushrooming of resorts and erection of chain link fences in Madhya Pradesh’s Pench Tiger Reserve (PTR) which were veritable “death traps”. The reserve is famous as home to Mowgli – the protagonist in English writer Rudyard Kipling’s ‘The Jungle Book’.

  • In Mowgli land, 550 trees to be cut for tiger safari!

    Bhopal : Madhya Pradesh forest department is considering a proposal to fell over 550 trees to make way for a tiger safari in its Pench national park, known as home to ‘Mowgli’, a fictional character and protagonist in English writer Rudyard Kipling’s ‘The Jungle Book’.

  • ‘The Jungle Book’ crosses Rs.100 crore-mark in India

    Mumbai: Hollywood filmmaker Jon Favreau’s 3D live-animation adventure fantasy film “The Jungle Book” has entered the Rs.100 crore club in India in just 10 days since its release.

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    Keys to releasing our potential-II

    WISE people say: “Reduce the tendency to assess, evaluate and interpret the world. Replace and substitute this futile activity with action, joy and love. We can’t measure life in school terms giving grades like A, B, C. Gradually, a tendency develops to avoid doing things except to score “A” grade. In that process, we miss out everything.  Whatever are the circumstances, we can make the situation a field of learning or an