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Evening daily Ugly scenes at ex‑CMʼs grave Bangalore Beat Bureau Soraba (Shimoga): There were ugly scenes at the samadhi of former chief minister S Bangarappa when his son Kumar Bangarappa came to offer prayers this morning. Some followers of Bangarappa’s other son Madhu protested and shouted slogans, saying Kumar should leave the burial ground. They said Kumar should come with others from the family and cannot offer puja without his mother next to him. Bangarappa and Kumar had political differences and fallen out. Even when the last remains of the former chief minister had been kept for public viewing yesterday, there were scenes of Madhu and Kumar arguing over allowing the latter to pay last respects to his father. MLA BelurGopalakrishna said that there were no differences and some followers of MadhuBangarappa wanted Kumar to be accompanied by his mother. “The pujas continued later. Madhu finished the rituals. Kumar left after some time.”

Russian court to decide on Gita ban today

New Delhi: A Siberian court will on Wednesday pronounce its verdict in response to a petition moved by a group connected to the Christian Orthodox Church seeking a ban on sacred Hindu scripture Bhagavad Gita. The group wants the court to declare Bhagvad Gita an "extremist text". New Delhi has already expressed its serious objections to the Christian Orthodox Church’s move to get Bhagvad Gita banned in Russia. Ahead of the court hearing in Tomsk city, External Affairs Minister S M Krishna yesterday conveyed to Russian Ambassador Alexander Kadakin the country's concern over the "sensitive" issue, which has created an uproar in India. Krishna told the Russian Ambassador that Moscow should provide all possible help to resolve the issue. During the meeting, Kadakin assured Krishna that the Russian Government will do all it can within its powers. "The external affairs minister conveyed the concerns of the Parliament of India and the people of India on the issue. The Russian side has been saying that it is a judicial process and that it will take all steps it can within its power (to resolve the issue)," the reports said.

DVS quits MP post

New Delhi: Chief minister D V SadanandaGowda arrived here today to resign from his member of Parliament post, as he has already got elected as member of legislative council recently. The chief minister met LokSabha Speaker Meira Kumar around 1.30 pm and submitted his resignation. Gowda got elected as MLC to fulfil constitutional obligation of representing either of the Houses to continue as chief minister within six months of assuming office. Gowda has organised a lunch for all the members of Parliament from the state here today.

Golden masks stolen from Nityashram Bangalore: Two golden masks worth over Rs 20 lakh were stolen from Swami Nityananda’s ashram at Bidadi, on the outskirts of the city last night. Ashram representatives have filed a complaint with the Bidadi police that the valuables have been stolen. The thieves have bored a hole through the wall and escaped with the masks. Swami Nityananda, who has been facing charges of violating the religious sentiments after he was allegedly caught in a sex tape, and his followers did not allow media persons to enter the ashram.

No Mullah Omar in list: FBI

Where will I fit in: Oz plaer Watson

No post for BSY now: KSE ʻHe should be cleared of all charges firstʼ Bangalore Beat Bureau Bangalore: Former chief minister B S Yeddyurappa will be given a position in the party only after he is cleared of all charges, BJP state president K S Eshwarappa at New Delhi today. That has been the policy of the party. There has been no precedent of those facing accusations holding any position of power or within the party. The same rule applied to Uma Bharati too when she was the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh. She had to quit midterm as she faced charges, he said. Eshwarappa and chief minister D V SadanandaGowda today arrived in the national capital to meet party leaders and to request them to clear the confusion over the leadership in the state that has been triggered by former chief minister Yeddyurappa, who has staked claim for the chief minister’s post. Yeddyurappa recently said that the party should have one leader and he did not believe in combined leadership. He even made a trip to New Delhi to apply pressure on national leaders to give him back the chief minister’s position. But the national leaders, especially L K Advani, shot down the demand. Today, SadanandaGowda said, “There

has been some confusion over the leadership issue in the state BJP. We are discussing the issue with the party seniors. We met Rajnath Singh and he asked us to get the issue cleared with national party president NitinGadkari.” Gowda was scheduled to meet Gadkari in the evening. The two leaders have placed a demand that Gadkari should clear the air and announce openly the leader of the party. While the two were making rounds of leaders in New Delhi, followers of Yeddyurappa met at his Dollars Colony residence in Ban-

galore and discussed the leadership issue. The meeting was attended by his supporters, ministers ShobhaKarandlaje, C M Udasi and Renukacharya and MLA B P Harish. Coming out of the meeting, they said, “Yeddyurappa is the unquestionable leader of the party. The meeting was held to get clarity on the leadership issue. But we will abide by the decision taken by the party high command.” Udasi said, “There is no question of dissidence within the party. The meeting was not to stoke dissidence. We will abide by the decision of the party high command.”

President gives approval to table Lokpal Bill in RS New Delhi: President Pratibha Patil on Wednesday gave her approval for tabling of the Lokpal Bill in the Rajya Sabha. Rashtrapati Bhavan spokesperson said the President gave her approval from Hyderabad where she is on a ten-day visit. The President's approval was required for the measure since the Lok Sabha made some amendments to The Lokpal and Lokayukta Bill, 2011 before its passage.

BJP SHOWED DOUBLE STANDARDS: SONIA New Delhi: UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday took on the BJP and said

opposition to Constitution amendment Bill on Lokpal. Gandhi said, "We wanted to strengthen the Lokpal Bill but the BJP did not want it." Gandhi pointed out that the BJP had earlier committed to the Constitutional status for Lokpal Bill in the joint parliamentary meet. She did not respond to questions on how the government will get the bill passed in Rajya Sabha as it does not have the numbers. Her comments came as government faced an embarrassment in Lok Sabha on Tuesday night as it could not muster the requisite twothe party showed their double standards in third majority for passing the bill that proLok Sabha on Tuesday. vides Constitutional status to Lokpal and BJP's real face exposed, says Gandhi on its Lokayuktas.

Pacers call the shots; Oz 179/8 at stumps

Melbourne: Speedsters ruled the proceedings at the MCG on the third day of the Boxing Day Test, taking wickets by the dozen. Hosts Australia were 179/8 at stumps after Umesh Yadav and Zaheer Khan helped India become even. The Australian lead over India is 230 runs and the visitors would like to end the run-scoring early on the penultimate day. Michael Hussey was the man who remained unbeaten at 79, and he along with Ricky Ponting (60), provided the anchor for the Oz outfit. Umesh Yadav was the wrecker-in-charge for India, claiming four wickets with an impressive run with t he cherry. His last victim was Peter Siddle (4) who was done-in with a swinging delivery that was collected brilliantly by MS Dhoni behind the stumps. Hussey however, kept his side of the turf intact after being dropped in the slips at 69 by Rahul Dravid. Zaheer Khan had finally made his presence felt at the MCG with the prized wicket of Ricky Ponting. It was quickly followed with the scalping of Brad Haddin as India made a comeback just when it was needed the most. The pair of Ponting and Michael Hussey

had slammed quick fifties to get Australia back into the game after the initial hiccups. India came back strongly in the post lunch session, restricting Australia to 81/4 at tea time on Day 3 with the help of fiery pacers. The day turned out to be a pacer special with speed calling the roost. Umesh Yadav was the man who triggered the top order landslide. Ishant Sharma bowled a perfect line and length delivery that clean bowled skipper Michael Clarke, opening up the game once again for India. Yadav had rattled the Australian top order with a double strike early-on, claiming openers David Warner and Ed Cowan. He soon followed it up with the wicket of Shaun Marsh. Warner had dragged the ball back onto his stumps while Cowan was found plumb in front of the wicket to a fuller delivery as he offered no shot to the bowler. The Australian bowlers, led by Hilfenhaus, made an emphatic comeback on Day 3, wrapping-up the Indian resistance with clinical precision at a score of 282 runs. The Oz dominance can be judged from the fact that they took seven wickets and gave just

68 runs in the morning session. The visitors were clueless as the morning session started and the Australians supplemented it with some tearaway bowling. For India, it was a classic case of a collapse with the batsmen looking totally hapless in front of a disciplined Oz attack, a stark contrast from yesterday. In the end, the effort fell short of the Australian first innings total by 51 runs. Ben Hilfenhaus raked up a five wicket haul to put Australia in the driver’s seat, his fifth victim being Ishant Sharma (11). The next man to go was Zaheer Khan (4) as he was clean bowled by James Pattinson. Skipper Dhoni (6) could not offer resistance to the onslaught and Hilfenhaus got his fourth scalp of the match with Hussey completing a regulation catch. The sixth Indian wicket to fall was that of Virat Kohli (11). The batsman was particularly bad in his shot selection and was caught behind off Hilfenhaus’ delivery. Prior to this, Peter Siddle gave the Aussies the big breakthrough, claiming VVS Laxman (2) cheaply. The batsman was one of the most dangerous in the line-up for the Oz squad and his wicket saw them celebrating.

Fast may lead to kidney failure, says Anna's doc New Delhi: Doctors today strongly advised Anna Hazare to discontinue fast as they say it may lead to kidney failure. "His skin shows sign of dehydration. Fever is 100. Throat and chest clear. We advice him to discontinue fast as it may lead to kidney failure. Heart is normal," Doctor said. Amid growing concerns for his health, Anna Hazare continued his second day of his three-day fast in Mumbai on Wednesday. There was minor improvement in Anna Hazare's health as his fever subsided to 100 degrees from 102 degrees even as his close associates continued to press him to end his fast. "Doctors examined Hazare this morning and there is a minor improvement in his health," a close aide said. His pulse rate is also down to 72 from 98 last night. "Medical update for Anna Hazare: fever 100, pulse: 72, Blood pressure: 152/90," his close aide Suresh Pathare tweeted earlier. Another associate Manish Sisodia said it was very important that he has some food so that he can take medicines. "We are trying that he ends his fast, so that medicine can be given to him," he said. On Tuesday, doctors attending Hazare had said that his fever has shot up to 102 degrees and his pulse rate too had gone up. The veteran social activist has been ignoring requests from his close associates to call off his hunger strike, despite concerns about his health. Maharashtra Chief Minister PrithvirajChavan had also met the 74-year-old Gandhian last night and appealed to him to end his fast. The mercury in Mumbai touched a 10year low of 11.4 degrees Celsius on Tuesday, driving away supporters from the venue. Similar weather conditions are likely to continue today.

RALEGAN FOLKS REACHING MUMBAI TO JOIN HAZARE Mumbai: Concern over Anna Hazare's health weighing on their minds, villagers of Ralegan Siddhi are reaching Mumbai on the second day of his fast for a strong Lokpal Bill. "About seven to eight vehicles, carrying people of Ralegan, including the village sarpanch, are reaching Mumbai," Hazare's associate DattaAwari told PTI over phone from the Gandhian's native village. The village observed a bandh yesterday as students went on a token day-long fast and a candle-light march was taken out. They remained glued to TV to watch the proceedings at MMRDA ground on day one of the latest anti-corruption agitation launched by Hazare, he said. Hazare has decided to continue with his fast rejecting appeals by his close aides ArvindKejriwal and KiranBedi to call it off.

No respite from cold; toll rises to 135

New Delhi: There was no let up in the cold wave sweeping north India as dense fog on Wednesday staged a comeback in several parts of the region, killing two more people in Uttar Pradesh, pushing the country-wide death toll this winter to 135. Delhiites woke up to a foggy morning as the mercury settled to a low of 4.1 degree Celsius, three notches below normal, the MeT office said. In Uttar Pradesh, two people were

killed in Pratapgarh when their car rammed into a truck in dense fog this morning, officials said. Minimum temperatures hovered below normal in most districts including Kanpur, Agra, Gorakhpur, Varanasi, Allahabad and Lucknow divisions, the weather office said. Severe chill continued to sweep Punjab where Amritsar reeled at a low of minus 1.6 degrees Celsius, down by five notches.


Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Finances in tatters, BBMP

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heads for bankruptcy Has to clear `750 cr loans by December 31

Bangalore: The BBMP, which has recently been wracked by a series of scandals, is heading for further trouble. The palike that manages the city with a population of nearly a crore is in the danger of falling into bankruptcy. This was revealed from the facts and figures given out by Bruhat Bangalore MahanagaraPalike commissioner ShankarlingeGowda. He said that if the palike does not pay Rs 750 crore loans taken from different banks are not cleared by the yearend all bank accounts will close down. Long and short-term loans constitute the huge Rs 750 croredebt the palike needs to pay these banks. If the loans are not cleared, the banks would declare the loans non-performing assets and shut down the accounts, he said. To help give TDS certificates to owners whose properties have been acquired for road widening, TDR banks should be set up. But since the BBMP owes Rs 3,000 crore to different banks, it will not be possible, he said. During the 2010-11 budget, the BBMP had projected revenues of Rs 3,517 crore.

But it was a deficit budget, with expenditure shown at Rs 3,857 crore. The palike had demanded Rs 4,930 crore from the state government, which rejected the proposal, saying it was unreasonable. The state government had also expressed its dissatisfaction over the delay in the 2011-12 budget presentation and the unreasonable demands being made by the palike. It had sent the proposal back, saying it should be reworked. The palike has written a letter to the government, saying all the works that are becoming a burden as pending works of the next financial year, ShankarlingeGowda said. With the state government raising objections, the BBMP has reallocated fund limits to wards with Rs 3 crore for new wards and Rs 2 crore for old areas. Overall, the palike has decided to take up only Rs 500 crore worth of works immediately. The remaining works would be considered after February next year. The past impractical budgets have led to

the present mess, he said. JD(S) leader in the palike council, who sought details from the commissioner, said his party had criticised the budget as being impractical and written a letter to the state government. He urged the commissioner to withdraw the budget. He was supported by opposition leader Udayashankar. B V Ganesh of the BJP said that the budget is prepared based on the facts and figures provided by the officers. Since they have given wrong information, the budget has gone awry. In fact, Palike officers are responsible for the present financial mess, he added. Congress member K Chandrashekar said the state government may have said no to new works. “But why is the BBMP not calling for new tenders for those works that have been given the job code for 2010-11? A patient died when the funds from the mayor’s kitty was not released on time. If this continues, how can we answer the public? If the situation continues, they will chase us and beat you like dogs,” he said.

Free Jaipur foot camp To come into effect from next academic year, to be based on IFRS method from Jan 5

New curricula for BBM students Bangalore: The Bangalore University is making changes in the curricula of economics stream of courses – BCom, BBM and BHM – from the coming academic year to make the students more employable. The courses will have vocational subjects to help students land jobs soon after they pass out. This is the first time that such curricula have been drawn up for economics students. The university academic council has approved the proposal. The new curricula are based on the international standard IFRS. With this, the students would be more eligible for jobs. Arguing for the new curricula, economics stream dean Prof RamachandraGowdapresented the proposal before the academic council at a general meeting held at Jnanajyothi auditorium. Vice-chancellor N Prabhudev took up the issue seriously and gave approval to bring in the changes from the next academic year. The new curricula would be implemented for BCom, BBM and BHM courses and distance education courses all companies have to adopt IFRS method BBM and BCom. to maintain accounts. Most of the companies are still following Already, big companies like Wipro and the old financial practices. But by 2015, Infosys have been following IFRS method

Tourism meet tomorrow Bangalore: The Karnataka Tourist Motorcab and Maxicab Owners’ Welfare Association has organised a mega conference on motorcab and maxiab tourism at the Bangalore Palace Grounds tomorrow. The conference will be inaugurated at 10 am, said association president K Siddaramaiah said. The conference will be inaugurated by chief minister D V SadanandaGowda. Former chief minister B S Yeddyurappa, home and transport minister R Ashok, law and parliamentary affairs minister S Suresh Kumar, mayor Sharadamma and deputy mayor S Harish will take part.

International yoga meet will be held from Feb 9

Bangalore: An international yoga and naturopathy conference is being held in the city from February 9 to 13 to introduce the Indian system of medicine and practices to people abroad. Medical education minister S ARamadass said delegates from 30 countries, including Sri Lanka, America, England, Russia and Germany, would take part in the conference. Over 5,000 representatives from different countries are expected to take part in delegates, 5,000 are expected to the mega meet. Apart from these attend from different parts of

NSS camp held

Bangalore: The NSS division of Bishop Cotton Women’s College had organised a special camp at Tumkur recently. A conference on healthy lifestyle, fire safety, peaceful world and rural health was held during the camp. Students gave information on cleanliness, health and nutrition to the villagers, a press release stated.

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the country, he said. As part of the conference, a

yoga competition will be held. Yuva yoga awards will be given away to men and women. Also, best athletes will be given Ms Yoga and Mr Yoga awards. State government’s AYUSH department is organising the conference and Rs 4 crore is being spent for the meet. The state government will allocate Rs 2 crore, while the central government will release Rs 85 lakh. The remaining amount would be raised through sponsors, he said.

Bangalore: A free mega Jaipur foot camp to provide prosthetic limbs to the disabled has been organised by RotaryPeenyafrom January 5 to 11. The camp will provide free surgery to the polio affected. Free prosthetic limbs and callipers will also be provided at the camp. Those attending the camp will be provided free food and accommodation, Rotary Peenya stated. For more information, call: 9845283482, 9845052554.

Health camp on Dec 30

Bangalore: Rotary Sadashivanagar and Vibha Charitable Trust have organised a mega health camp in memory of actor Vishnuvardhan on Abhiman Studios premises on December 30. Health complaints of blood pressure, diabetes, heart checkup, eye check-up, dental checkup, women’s health, artificial limb camp, polio corrective surgery and those children in 8-10 age group suffering from heart problems would be treated at the camp. For more information, contact 9845693696.

Competitions for Sankranti Bangalore: BharataYuva Kendra has organised different statelevel cultural competitions to welcome Sankranti on January 14. Cine dance, bharatanatya, solo dance and group dance competitions will be held on the occasion. Those interested can contact: 90305013884, 9743988555.


Skill training

Bangalore: The Communication For Development organisation has organised a media skill training programme on January 11 and 12. For more information, contact: 11/A, 7th Cross, Koramangala, 6th Block or call: 9902072155.

Chief financial officers have already trained over 200 lecturers to teach the new curricula to the students, Prof RamachandraGowda said. Since BCom, BBM and BHM students require practical exposure, fifth semester students would be given industry-related training and the sixth semester students would be sent to companies for training for 45 days. This proposal too was approved by the academic council. Prabhudev proposed that since evaluation of a single subject is taking four to six months, one lecturer should be allowed to correct the papers. But council members shot down the idea, saying the university should continue with the present method. All the members appreciated the university’s annual report. They congratulated university distance education department assistant director G Chalapati Reddy for preparing a detailed report. They gave the approval to present the report to the state government. to prepare balance sheets. Since all the Registrar Prof B C Mylarappa, registrar companies would adopt this international (evaluation) T R Subramanya and others practice, the economics stream students were present at the meeting. would be in a position to get jobs.

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PANCHAMRUTHA (U) Raghu Mukherjee, Srinagara Kitty, Ravishanker PVR Cinemas (7.10 pm)

MR DUPLICATE (U) Prajwal Devaraj, Diganth, Sheetal

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Gopalan Cinemas (Rajarajeshwari Nagar) (1.15 pm, 7.30, 9.45 pm) Innovative Multiplex (11.30 am, 1.30, 5.45, 10 pm) Inox (Magrath Road) (10.05 am, 2.20, 7.30, 9.50 pm) Inox (Malleswaram) (10.30 am, 2.45, 9.50 pm) Inox (J.P.Nagar) (10.10 am, 2.35, 9.45 pm) Lakshmi (Tavarekere) (10.30 am, 1.30, 5.30, 8.30 pm) Mukunda (11 am, 2, 5, 8.30 pm) PVR Cinemas (11 am, 4.20, 9.40 pm) Rex (12.15 pm, 6.05 pm) Uvashi (11.30 am, 6.30 pm) Vision Cinemas (10.30 am, 4.30, 9.30 pm) ‘2D’ Fame (Value Mall) (10 am, 2.45, 5, 9.45 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Mysore Road) (11.45 am, 2.15, 8 pm) HMT Cinemas (9.45 pm) Inox (Jayanagar) (10.10 am, 3.55, 9.40 pm)

THE DEVIL DOUBLE (A) Fame (Lido) (10.20 am, 3.55 pm, 7.25, 9 pm) Fame (Value Mall) (10 am, 2 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Bannerghatta Road) (10 am, 7.50 pm)

HINDI STAND BY (U) Adinath Kothare, Siddharth Kher

Abhinay (10.30 am, 1.30 pm) Apsara (5.30 pm, 8.30 pm) Fame (Lido) (1.40 pm)Fame (Value Mall) (12.15 pm, 7.15 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Bannerghatta Road) (2.30 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Rajarajeshwari Nagar) (12.30 pm) Innovative Multiplex (2.30 pm) Inox (Magrath Road) (12.10 pm, 7.15

pm) Inox (Malleswaram) (11.30 am, 9.35 pm) Inox (J.P.Nagar) (10.10 am) Gopalan Cinemas (Bannerghatta Road) (12.30 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Mysore Road) (2.45 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Rajarajeshwari Nagar) (7 pm) Vaibhav (11.30 am, 2.30 pm)

Achint Kaur, Ayub Khan Apsara (11 am, 2.30 pm) Abhinay (4.30 pm, 7.30 pm) Everest (11.15 am, 2.15, 6.15, 9.30 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Bannerghatta Road) (5.15 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Rajarajeshwari Nagar) (1.45 pm) Vaibhavi (4.30 pm, 7.30 pm)

Road) (10.15 am, 3.30, 10 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Mysore Road) (5 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Rajarajeshwari Nagar) (4.45 pm, 7.35 pm) Innovative Multiplex (10 pm) Inox (Magrath Road) (9.40 pm) PVR Cinemas (10 am, 1.05, 4.10, 9.50 pm) Urvashi (9.30 pm) Vaibhav (6 pm, 9.30 pm)



Akshay Singh, Akshharaa Gowda Cinepolis (2.40 pm, 9.20 pm) Fame (Value Mall) (9.20 pm) Inox (JP Nagar) (9.55 pm) Inox (Magrath Road) (11.20 am) Inox (Malleswaram) (2.05 pm, 7.15 pm)

Anupam Kher , Ashish Nayyar Gopalan Cinemas (Rajarajeshwari Nagar) (3.30 pm)


NOT A LOVE STORY (A) Ajay Gehi, Mahie Gill, Deepak Dobriyal, Urmila Matondkar Fame (Value Mall) (10.05 am) Fun Cinemas (10.45 am, 4.15 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Bannerghatta

CHATUR SINGH TWO STAR (U/A) Sanjay , Ameesha Patel, Kher Abhinay (4.30 pm, 7.30 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Bannerghatta Road) (12.30 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Mysore Road) (2.45 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Rajarajeshwari Nagar) (7 pm) PVR Cinemas (12.05 pm, 5.35 pm) Vaibhav (6.15 pm, 9 pm)

TELUGU 9.30 pm) Pallavi (10.30 am, 1.30, 4.30, 7.30 pm) Renukaprasanna (10.30am,1.30pm)

DAGGARAGA DURANGA Sumanth, Vedika, Sindhu Tolani Anjan (10.30 am, 1.30pm) Bhumika (10.30 am, 1.30, 4.30, 7.30pm) Radhakrishna (11.30 am, 2.45 pm) Renuka Prasanna ( 5.30, 8.30 pm) Srinivasa (SG Palya) (11.15 am, 2.30 pm) Vinayaka (Maathahalli) (11.30 am, 2.30, 6.30, 9.30 pm) Venkateshwara (KRPuram) (6.15 pm, 9.30 pm



Siddharth Raj Kumar, Aishwarya Cauvery (6.00 pm, 9.30 pm) Cinepolis (3.45 pm, 9.10 pm) Inox (Jayanagar) (7.20 pm) Inox (JP Nagar) (10.45 am, 4.20 pm) Inox (Malleswaram) (2.10 pm) Murali (Gokula) (6.15 pm,

J D Chakravarthy, Bramanandam, Anjan (4.30, 7.30 pm) Chandrodaya (11.30 am, 2.30, 6.30, 9.30 pm) Cinepolis (10 am, 12.20, 4.50, 7.10, 9.30 pm) HMT Cinemas (4.15 pm, 7.30 pm).

Bangalore Beat 28.12.2011  

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