Brahmachari, starring Sathish Ninasam and Aditi Prabhudeva, which hit theatres on November 29, has been received well by cine-goers.
Senior advisor says ‘discovery’ defies common sense as crash site will resemble a crater
It had gone incommunicado minutes before attempting a soft-landing on the moon on September 7.
ISRO Chairman Sivan and Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre director S Somanath couldn't be contacted however, sources said was informed by NASA about the findings before it went public.
NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter mission of Goddard Space Flight Centre has credited Shanmuga Subramanian, a mechanical engineer in India, for the discovery in an official email.
The NASA posted images clicked by its Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera, showing the site's changes on the Moon and the impact point before and after the spacecraft had made a hard-landing.
Narayanasamy alleged Bedi has been blocking several welfare schemes despite the order of the Madras HC that she should not interfere in the functioning of the government.
A new script and a new character always puts an actor at risk, admits Sathish, adding that Brahmachari has an advantage in the form of its humorous plotline.
The 72-year-old senior Congress leader was admitted to the hospital on Monday.
The chief minister was admitted to Apollo Hospital in Chennai on Sunday.
Showing documentary evidence at a press conference on Tuesday, Narayanasamy said that he had written to the Prime Minister on October 24 intimating him about his overseas visit.
A goal of the X-57 project is to help develop certification standards for emerging electric aircraft markets, including urban air mobility vehicles.
Bedi said she was not aware if the CM had taken permission from the Centre, as is the protocol.
The Chief Minister said he had represented to Prime Minister several times and also to the Home and Finance Minister bringing to their attention the 'piquant situation' prevailing in Puducherry.
In a strong reaction, she said the word 'demon' used against her "is unparliamentary, uncalled for, uncivilised, uncouth and unacceptable."