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An Ottawa-area woman says the National Capital Commission will have to have her arrested if it wants her to leave the camp site where she's been holding a sacred ceremony in honour of missing and murdered aboriginal women.
Britain’s Iron Lady once said she loved argument and debate. But even Margaret Thatcher would find the clash of views now underway in Canada over the number and manner of the leaders’ debates a little bizarre.
The Montreal Children's hospital has completed its move to the new Glen site of the McGill University Health Centre today, with 66 patients transported to the new superhospital by ambulance.
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Britain’s Iron Lady once said she loved argument and debate. But even Margaret Thatcher would fin...
The Montreal Children's hospital has completed its move to the new Glen site of the McGill Univer...
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Since it was a liberal part of Madhavan's dialogues in Aanand Rai's Tanu Weds Manu Returns and since it has come to the film's unit's notice that the censor board has been clamping down on the 'S' word, Maddy decided to remove the word and replace it before submitting the film for censor certification.
"Better that we do it now than to wait to be asked by the censors and then have to go through the delay of re-dubbing the word wherever it occurs," reasons Maddy and wonders why there should be a moral outcry about such a commonly-used word.
"Saala is used in everyday conversations. Even I use it. What is the big deal?" says Maddy.
Incidentally his next release where he plays a boxer on the downswing is titled Saala Khadoos. "Luckily we got the word passed in the trailer. So we are home and safe," sighs Maddy.
However a source from the CBFC says Madhavan has no reason to feel 'safe', "We don't know when the trailer was passed. But a title like Saala Kadoos is against the censor guidelines," says the CBFC source.
This is in deference to the beginning of the Holy month of Ramazan from that date.
Says the film's choreographer-director Remo D'souza, "We just come to know that the Holy month of Ramazan starts on June 19, the day we have scheduled the release of ABCD 2. I've been receiving so many emails and messages from my Muslim friends requesting not to release on that day, as they would be unable to go for the film."
ABCD is now likely to be released a day in advance on June 18.
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The mathematician was played by Russell Crowe in the 2001 Ron Howard-directed film.