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Sexual pleasure meet in Kolkata


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Sexual pleasure meet in kolkataRight to sexual pleasure as a fundamental right - ever heard of a slogan like that? To hear it, believe it and even debate it, you can attend a mega meet in Kolkata this month.

The All India Conference of Entertainment Workers (AICEW) starting Feb 25 is billed as the biggest and first such meet of entertainment workers that blurs the line between sex workers and showbiz people as providers of entertainment.

For seven days, the culturally vibrant city will see sex workers, gays, lesbians and transsexuals share the podium with eminent filmmakers, actors, writers, rights activists, health officials and politicians to debate the right to sexual pleasure as a fundamental right.

Mahesh Bhatt, Goutam Ghosh, Rituparno Ghosh and even Election Commissioner S.Y. Qureshi will debate various issues with sex workers.

The topics will range from “Festival of Pleasure” to “Entertainment in Development”, “Entertainment in Revolution” and, of course, “Sexual Rights and Relationship”.

Men-free tourism island planned


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Tourism in AzerbaijanTEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran plans a female-only island to boost tourism in a northwest province, the Tehran-e Emrouz newspaper on Wednesday quoted a local official as saying.

It will be on the Urumiyeh lake in Western Azerbaijan province, a municipality official identified only as Aghai said.

Under Iran’s strict Islamic law, mixing with men in public is forbidden. Strict sex segregation actually protects women rather than restricting their rights, officials argue.

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ON SCREEN - EKLAVYA


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EklavyaFilm : EKLAVYA – The Royal Guard
Starring : Amitabh Bachchan, Saif Ali Khan, Jackie Shroff, Sanjay Dutt, Jimmy Shergill, Vidya Balan, Boman Irani
Director: Vidhu Vinod Chopra

Director Vidhu Vinod Chopra returns to direction after a long gap and the results are for all to see in this 1 hour 52 minute story, much shorter than the usual hindi film.

Eklavya ( Amitabh) is the royal guard in the palace of the Rana (Boman Irani). He holds a terrible secret in his heart, that he reveals in a letter to his son. Plagued by old age, failing eyesight and trembling hands, he hopes that one day his son will come and support his old father.

But who is this son, when the man seems to have no apparent family? Thereby hangs a tale.

Empty boxes and politeness dent generosity


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Empty boxes and politeness dent generosityWELLINGTON (Reuters) - People will not give money if they are thanked in advance or presented with an empty donation box, but will dig deep if they see banknotes, according to a study by New Zealand academics released on Wednesday.

The research by Victoria University of Wellington’s economics department showed that how much is already in a donation box, the mix of coins and notes, and what sorts of signs are present will influence how generous the public will be.

The behavior of people faced with a clear donation box at the entrance to the city’s art gallery was filmed by a hidden camera.