Weekend Bytes – Week ending 11th July 2015

Madhya Pradesh- Vyapam is proving to be Vyabam.

“Skeletons came tumbling after” seems to be the line in chorus.

Matter now in the hands of CBI.

FTII – standoff is now 29 days old.

Chairperson appointed Gajendra Chauhan – says he won’t quit. It is for the government to decide.

Veteran actor Rishi Kapoor too joined many other stars, saying it would be better for him (Shri. Gajendra) to step down in the light of all these incidents.


Week began with rest of the world and more of Europe focussed on the referendum at Greece.

As weekends Greece has come up with Euro 55.3 Billion bailout plan


Sport lover could not ask for more…

It was happening across the world-

At Harare- a breath taking finish to first one day international between India & ZImbawe, India won by 4 runs . India go one up.

At Cardiff- Ashes 3rd day of action, 15 wickets fell in todays action.

High voltage semi-final clash at Wimbledon, Federer displaying sublime tennis outclassed Andy Murray in straight sets. Earlier Djokovic won his semi against Gasquet in straight sets.

In SA- Bangladesh were outclassed in the first ODI. SA won comfortably against Bangladesh in the opening one day.

Baahubali- said to be costliest Indian film made, released across 4000 cinema halls worldwide is reportedly a visual treat.

Piracy looms large- Tamil movie–Papanasam- Pirated CDs have started to surface.


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