Star Plus’ popular show Anupamaa, which features Rupali Ganguly, Sudhanshu Pandey and Madalsa Sharma, has been one of the most talked about shows on Indian television. The show has been ruling the TRP charts for months and has managed to keep the audience intrigued with its gripping storyline. Interestingly, Anupamaa has been witnessing a high voltage drama as Anupama (played by Rupali) and Vanraj (played by Sudhanshu) are set to start their new business respectively. However, Kavya (played by Madalsa) leaves no stone unturned to pull them down.
While Anupama has opened a
LONDON – Former Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones said Friday that he dislikes former bandmate John Lydon and hasn’t spoken to him since 2008 but denied that a TV series about the band would make the singer once known as Johnny Rotten look bad.
Jones and drummer Peter Cook are suing Lydon at Britain’s High Court for the right to license the band’s music for the Danny Boyle-directed series “Pistol,” which is based on Jones’ memoir “Lonely Boy: Tales from a Sex Pistol.”
Testifying in the legal dispute among the bandmates, Jones disclosed that he was stung when Lydon’s manager
AVON, Conn. (WTNH) — As we transition out of this pandemic academic year, the summer programs across the state are getting back to normal.
This week we bring you to the Talcott Mountain Science Center and Academy. Their summer program is completely focused on STEM courses and runs for eight weeks into the month of August.
“We try to keep things as normal as possible during an abnormal time,” Dean Lydia Gibb told News 8.
The academy did both in-person and online learning this past year.
John Pellino is the associate director and runs the summer program.
“So, this summer
Guitarist Steve Jones and drummer Paul Cook want the songs to appear in “Pistol,” a television series based on a memoir by Jones. Rotten, whose real name is John Lydon, has slammed the series as “disrespectful” and is refusing to grant permission for the songs to be included.
Edmund Cullen, a lawyer for Jones and Cook, told a judge at the High Court in London on Thursday that
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The same could be said, both literally and metaphorically, for this week’s guest on “Renaissance Man.” Superstar chef Wolfgang Puck, who is best known for his Beverly Hills bistro, Spago, talked about his very humble, very harsh, sometimes heartbreaking beginnings in a small Austrian
Edmund Cullen, a lawyer for Jones and Cook, told a judge at the High Court in London on Thursday that the former bandmates have a “brittle and fractious” relationship.
Cullen argued that under the terms of a 1998 band agreement, decisions regarding licensing requests could be determined on a “majority rules basis.” Lydon, however, contends that licenses to use the music can’t be granted without his consent.
Cullen said both the band’s original bassist, Glen Matlock, and the estate of Matlock’s replacement, Sid Vicious, supported the position of Cook and Jones. Vicious died in 1979 at age 21.