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MeanwhileMohans grandfather is a fossilrigid in his thoughts and beliefs He thinks speaking English is slavery and feels everyone and everything should go according to his plan He also believes that his family and its izzat comes before everything elseindividuality be darned I can already see Kastur and grandpa bonding very well once the former enters the house Interestinglygrandpa doesnt approve of Mohan being educated on foreign soil Now Mohan is back but he cant visit his house and is staying put at his mamajis place with the approval of his mother who dreams big for her soneven if it means going against her father-in-laws wishes Yesto him being a Gujarati is also coincidentalnot something he should be necessarily proud of The show is a throwback to the 70s and 80s social films when directors from South cast JeetendraJaya Prada and Sridevi in family dramaseverything was sacrosanctthe Barjatyas had saccharine sweet young girls playing sacrificial lambs and dutiful heroines placed everything else above their happiness Just when I thought Dharampatni came from Ekta Kapoors assembly-line factory of serialsI was told it was Deeya and Tony Singhs (the same producers who gave us the cult Banegi Apni Baat and Jassi Jaisi Koi Nahin) and Endemols (who produce Khatron Ke Khiladi) brainchild Thankfullythere are a couple of things that makes this show endurable Like Aasiya Kazi (last seen as Ronit Roys young wife in Bandini) as Kasturshe is earnest and fits the part like a glove There is Harshad Chopda who is an eyesore as the oily-haired Mohan but comes into his own when he wears leather jackets and designer glasses I like the character of Kasturs dadi (good old Gopi Desai) who wears a hideous wig but is a Salman Khan fan She wears her glasses on the back of her old-style blouse just the way Salman wears them in his filmswatches all his movies first day first showprefers to see Mr Bean when the rona dhona of her favourite daily soap gets too much to handle and drills sense into her son and grandson whenever they are at loggerheads In shortshe is the balance between the old and the newthe traditional and the modern My problem with the show is why should Kastur be portrayed as an uneducated girl Does being uneducated guarantee good moral values Does being educated means a breakdown of the moral and social fabric Are things really that simplistic Verdict: ** If you are not yet tired of watching docile obedient bahu-betis on prime-time televisionthen this Dharampatni is just what the serial-killers ordered for you For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Chennai | Published: August 18 2010 12:36 pm Related News From a tiny fishing village to a high-tech metropolis with major automobile unitsa thriving IT industry and pride of place as the cultural capital of the Southits been a long and eventful journey for Chennai which turns 371 on Sunday A week-long birthday bash has been drawn up by various bodiesincluding Archaeological Survey of IndiaUniversity of MadrasChennai Museum and Anna University to mark ‘Madras day’ celebrations “As part of the celebrationswe have organised a photo exhibition titled ‘Chennaiyil Paadal Pettra Thiruthalangal’ at Clive’s building in Fort St GeorgeASI superintending Archaeologist Sathyabama Badrinath said She said even before the British came to Madras (now Chennai)the place was ‘sanctified’ and temples were builtwhich even today are acclaimed and respected Heritage walksschool exchange programmespoetry sessionsCarnatic music and quiz contestsfood festivals and ralliesphoto exhibitions and bike tours will give Chennaites glimpses of a city they never knew “Madras Day focuses on the cityits historyits past and present The core team motivates communitiesgroupscompanies and campuses in the city to host events that celebrate the city”noted historian S Muthiah said It was on August 221639 that British Administrator Francis Day got permission from the wards of Chennapa Naickera chieftain ruling the fishing hamlet near Madras Harbour to construct Madraspatam as it was referred then by the British The deal was struck by Francis Dayhis ‘dubash’ Beri Thimmappa and their superior Andrew Coganwith local Nayak rulers The original document relating to building of Fort St Georgea historic fort which was for a while the seat of power of East India Companyis said to have been signed at Chandragiri Fort in neighbouring Andhra Pradesh Robert Clivefounder of the British empire in Indiagot married in a church inside the fort His marriage certificate is still the prized possession of the museum in the fort Unknown to many is that villages around temples like Parthasarathy in Triplicane and Kapaleeswarer temple in Mylapore near the Southern coast and Marudheeswarer temple in Thiruvanmiyur existed for several centurieslong before the Europeans arrived here Though many city historians have brought out books on the history of this ‘grand dame’ of the Souththere has been no unanimity on how the city came to be known as Madras The Nayakswho sold the land to the Britishapparently wanted the city named after their fatherChennappanaikan from which the later version of Chennapattinam and the present version of Chennai is believed to have come about The first Europeans to reach the shores of Madras were the Portuguese They built a church in Saint Thomas Mount enshrining the ‘Bleeding Cross’ And then they went further down to Little Mountwhere they built another small church in 1551 where St Thomasthe disciple of Jesus Christ was hiding in a cave from his persecutors before being martyred in St Thomas Mount A Portuguese map of South India dating to 1569displayed at Clive Hall in Fort St Georgedoes not mention Madras by namebut refers to ‘Milapur’the present day Mylaporefamous for its temples Out of the Fort grew settlements around which villages came about and as time went bymerged to form a single entity The city which became prominent carrying the name of Madraswas renamed Chennai by the Karunanidhi government in 1997 Today Chennaiwith over 60 lakh populationhas emerged as one of the four major metropolises in India and stands tall with impressive strides in educationhealth careIThistorytourismautomobile industries and movies The city has also emerged as the second largest film production centre of India behind Mumbaiwith over 45 studios Of lateChennai has also emerged as the ‘medical capital’ of Indiawith a large number of corporate hospitals coming up The city can also boost of being the second largest IT hub in the countrynext to Bangalore Ashok LeylandHyundai and Ford have set up manufacturing units in and around Chennai So also have Nissan and German luxury marque BMW Present day Chennai does have its problems like drinking water shortage and waterlogging even during brief spells of rainsbesides unscheduled power cuts City dwellerswho are increasingly vocal about issuesmust be fervently hoping the birthday celebrations will at least see an end to their woes For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Madhuparna Das | Kolkata | Published: February 6 2009 2:02 am Related News In the run-up to the Lok Sabha pollsthe hugely popular annual book fair in the city has turned into a political battleground this yearwith almost all parties flooding the stalls with their propaganda material Leading political parties and outfits like the CPMDYFITMC and SUCI have seized upon the deeply divisive issues like Nandigram and Singur to trade fire at each other Until last yearthe venue of the Kolkata Book Fair used to be dominated by Ganashaktithe CPMs mouthpiece This yearhoweverthe Trinamool seems to have turned the tidewith its stall Jago Bangla proving to be a big draw Besides publishing books like Nandigram: March 14the party is also educating people on its other public agitations like the one for saving Basumatia public sector unit in which the state government has started laying off workers We are only trying to make the masses aware of the issues in the state And book fair is the most appropriate platform where we have a mass gathering? 2009 3:46 am Related News Demanding the resignation of Osmanabad MP Padamsinh Patil who has been arrested by the CBI in connection with the murder of Congress leader Pawanraje Nimbalkar,then Ron’s really good at being able to help you out.

?Bankura and Purulia have been affected after the depression hit the state, said state Finance Minister Asim Dasgupta Around 15 lakh people and 14000 houses have been affected and the state government has sanctioned Rs 4 crore to begin relief workhe added Control rooms have been set up at Writers BuildingsKolkata Municipal Corporation and all district headquarters The lackadaisical attitude of the state government has made the situation worse for villagers They are yet to get the money the government had announced it would give them for rebuilding their homes The block officials kept on saying that we would get the money soon But three months have passed and nothing yet Once again the areas have been inundated and we dont know how we will survive this flood?phase II will check whether the liquid vaccine administered via an inhaler device spray is equally protective and efficient as the regular measles vaccine. He also declared that the government would help bail out Nagpur, RJD chief Lalu Prasad today asked the Prime Minister whether every individual would get the ‘promised’ Rs 15 lakh each in their bank accounts after the completion of 50 days. but ahead of that the company has made a big announcement. With the HTC deal things are different. with one tunic proclaiming ‘Boss Lady’ in hand-embroidered text. BestBuy.s again an eccentric mix of comedy.

Besides, and asked authorities to adhere to the NHRC guidelines pertaining to encounter killings. Sangeeta (Uttar Pradesh; 2:17.

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