Inviting budding, amateur, professional, hobby photographers of our community to participate in ‘Photo Wall’. This is an opportunity to display your photographic skills during the upcoming NEMA’s Onam Program. All you have to do is to make a poster out of your favorite photograph and bring along to the Onam show. NEMA will be setting up a special display area for these special photos. Send us an email if you wish to participate.
Note: Each photographer can bring a maximum of 3 posters.
Came across an interesting piece of news:
China has admitted that its pharmaceutical companies were involved in shipping fake drugs labeled ‘Made In India’ to Nigeria.
“The Chinese authorities have accepted this position (that its firms were involved in the case),” an official said.
“The Indian government took up the matter with the Nigerian authorities and on further probe, it was found that the drugs had actually originated in China and not in India,” he added[China admits its companies’ involvement in fake drugs case].
Shows the success of Indian pharma companies as well as the extremes companies go to sell stuff – Happy and scary at the same time.
Onam, a celebration unique to Kerala where unity had always coexisted with diversity, especially during festivals, when people come together to celebrate life’s unlimited joys.
In this years NEMA’s Onam festivities, we blend traditional celebrations with a showcase of our rich cultural programs. Pookalam, Ona Sadhya etc are definite to evoke fond memories and nostalgia. A wide variety of programs are getting ready in the backgr0und. Singer Thahaseen would be performing for the Onam show. Looking forward to meeting everyone for Onam.
Date: September 5th
Venue: Oak Middle Schoo
Address: 45 Oak Street, Shrewsbury, MA 01545
Time: 11.00 PM to 5.00 PM
Termed as one of the best movies of this year, Passenger will be screened in Belmont studio cinemas on August 8th at 4PM. Sreenivasan and Dileep come together to give an edge of the seat thriller experience. Directed by debutante Ranjit Sankar, Passenger is one of the biggest hits of Kerala for this year which provided a uplift for the stagnating industry.
Actor Murali passed away today at Thiruvananthapuram. He was 55 and died of cardiac arrest.
Murali was a versatile actor and has many strong characters to his credit. He was won many state and national awards.
This is 3rd death of a film personality happening in a short span of time – after Rajan P Dev and Murali.