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women taxpayers and the aam aadmi have reasons to be happy. 2017 12:30 pm Michail Antonio has extended his contract with West Ham United. Pratibha, Achuthan Nair New Delhi For all the latest Opinion News, and a deeply reflective and philosophical piece on life and death.S.the Pill and condoms are the most popular reversible forms of birth control But they are not the most effective That designation goes to intrauterine devices (IUDs) and contraceptive implants IUDs are implanted in the uteruswhere they release small amounts of either copper or the hormone progestin to prevent pregnancy The contraceptive implantabout the size of a matchstickis inserted under the skin of the armwhere it releases controlled amounts of progestin The hormonal IUDsold under the brand-name Mirenacan prevent pregnancy for five yearswhile the copper versionsold as ParaGardis effective for about 10 years The contraceptive implant (Implanon) works for three years It’s estimated that between 02 percent and 08 percent of women who use an IUD will have an unplanned pregnancy within a year The rate is just 005 percent with a contraceptive implant The advantage is that unlike birth control pills and condomsthe IUD does not rely on perfect use With the Pillthe pregnancy rate with “typical use” is about nine percent per year With condomsit’s between 18 and 21 percent “We need to do a better job of educating the public — women and men — on the failure rates with typical use” said Eisenbergof Washington University in St Louis School of Medicine People also need to knowhe saidthat IUDs and the contraceptive implant are the most effective type of reversible birth control (Surgical sterilization is also close to 100 percent effectivebut it’s permanent) But it’s not only the public that needs more knowledge on contraceptionEisenberg said Doctorstoomay not be fully informedor may not be comfortable with inserting an IUD or implant A recent survey by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that 30 percent of health providers doubted the safety of IUDs for women who’d never given birth When IUDs first came outthere were concerns that they might raise the risk of pelvic infection and jeopardize women’s future fertility So the original IUD labeling said the devices were contraindicated for women who’d never had children But it’s now known that IUDs do not carry those risks StillEisenberg said”there are a lot of myths and misconceptions about which women are candidates” The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists has said that IUDs and implants should be offered as “first-line” options for most womenbecause of their effectiveness and safety Yet only about five to six percent of US women who use contraception choose those methods Based on the current findingsEisenberg saidmany more women might choose them if they had full information and full coverage of the cost The study included 4144 St Louis-area women who were surveyed before getting contraceptive counseling They were asked to rate the effectiveness of different birth control optionspicking from a list of choices Overall45 percent overestimated the Pillcondomsthe hormonal patchthe hormonal vaginal ring and the injection hormone Depo-Provera (It was not possible to overestimate the effectiveness of IUDs or implants because of the survey’s structure) Thenafter the women were counseled on all their optionsa full 71 percent chose an IUD or implant That suggests that when you “remove the obstacles” Eisenberg saidmany women want those contraceptives Besides lack of awarenessthose obstacles include cost IUDs and implants have a big “upfront” cost: the Mirena IUD itself has gone up over the years and is now nearly $800 The ParaGard price tag is about $500 Then there are the doctor’s charges The Implanon implant costs between $400 and $800with all charges considered Since the devices last for yearsthat cost may be worthwhile over timeEisenberg pointed out Birth control pillsfor instancecost anywhere from about $10 to $50 a monthdepending on whether a woman uses generic or brand-name pills But if women don’t have full insurance coverage of the upfront costthey may balk at the price tag The devices can have unwanted side effectstoo With the implantirregular menstrual bleeding is most common; some women stop having their periods altogether The Mirena IUD may also cause menstrual irregularities But it generally makes periods lighterwhich is why it is also approved as a treatment for heavy bleeding The ParaGard IUD has the opposite effect: menstrual bleeding and cramping can increasethough that may go away over time Eisenbergwho has already presented some of the current findings at a medical conferencesaid he thinks IUDs and implants should be the “default” options offered to women seeking reversible birth control But that’s not what many doctors are doinghe noted If women can’t get the contraceptives from their own doctorEisenberg saidthey may be able to find a family planning center that can provide them For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by BollywoodHungamaNewsNetwork | Mumbai | Published: January 20 2010 12:07 pm Related News What could be the worst that could happen to a film up for release Horror of horrorsit finds itself on the Internet Following an unfortunate trend where films find their way into the cyberspace before the releaseSudhir Mishra’s Tera Kya Hoga Johnny has been uploaded on the video sharing site YouTube by unknown miscreants And all this when the film – which was in the cans for almost 2 years – was slated for an early 2010 release The film stars Neil Nitin MukeshSoha Ali KhanKay Kay Menon and Shahana Goswami and street child Sikandar playing himself The filmmakers had also recently announced plans of dubbing the film in English for the international audience When contacted Sudhir Mishrawho’s directed iconic films like Is Raat Ki Subah Nahi and Hazaron Khwaishein Aisiwas unavailable for comment It is a malaise that indeed needs pondering… who puts these films out The industry needs to watch out or indeedTera Kya Hoga For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPatna: Around 57 percent of 135 million electorate voted on Monday in 49 of the 243 constituencies in the first round of battle for political power in Bihar The two main fronts soon claimed victory It marked the start of an intense five-phase contest that will end on 5 November and whose outcome — to be known three days later — will prove whether Prime Minister Narendra Modi still retains his charisma or not The second round of polling will be held on 16 October Click on this link to get a colour grid of Bihar elections and which areas are covered in each of the phases Voters wait to cast their ballot in Bihar PTI The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led NDA is determined to oust the ruling JD(U) and its allies the RJD and Congress who had formed a Grand Alliance Additional Chief Electoral Officer R Lakshaman said the election passed off peacefully with 57 percent voting It was nearly 51 percent in 2010 Defying Maoist calls to boycott the elections millions of men and women in both urban and rural areas trooped to polling booths in the 49 constituencies spread over 10 districts officials said Barring stray incidents the balloting was largely peaceful The Bihar battle is the biggest popularity test in the country after the Delhi election in February in which the AAP routed the BJP Unidentified men fired at Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) candidate Vijay Kumar Singh in Jamui but he was unhurt Police arrested one of the attackers Lakshaman told IANS that women voters outnumbered males in some places As the voting progressed Home Minister Rajnath Singh told IANS that Modi’s popularity had not waned at least in Bihar "I am campaigning in the whole of Bihar I see no dent in the prime minister’s image The people of Bihar still have confidence in him" the former BJP president said adding he was confident of a BJP victory BJP leader Sanjay Mayunkh told IANS that the NDA will emerge a big winner in the first round of polls "There was a clear wave in our favour" But JD(U) spokesperson Nawal Sharma said the people had voted for the Grand Alliance "It was on expected lines We will sweep the first phase" Minor incidents of violence came from Banka Jamui and Bhagalpur districts The BJP-led NDA alliance which has three other parties including the LJP is trying to dislodge the ruling JD(U) The BJP alliance also includes the Hindustani Awam Morcha and the Rashtriya Lok Samata Party Voters in most polling booths said they would vote for development "It is the only agenda that attracted me" said voter Suman Kumar in Bhagalpur district Giridhari Yadav in Khagaria said he would vote for Nitish Kumar "Why should I vote for the BJP when we have tested Nitish Kumar He has constructed roads provided electricity and set up schools and hospitals in rural areas" he said Samastipur Begusarai Khagaria Bhagalpur Banka Munger Lakhisarai Sheikhpura Nawada and Jamui districts voted in the first phase Officials said that voters in over a dozen villages in Samastipur Bhagalpur Jamui and Banka boycotted the polls and shouted slogans against what they said was lack of development In areas of Maoist influence the voting ended at 3 pm The heavyweights in the fray on Monday included state LJP president Pashupati Kumar Paras BJP ally HAM state president Shakuni Choudhary and Congress leader and former speaker Sadanand Singh The JD(U) and the Rashtriya Janata Dal came together for this election after years of hostility IANS Mumbai: What were the big takeaways from Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray’s Dussehra rally address at Shivaji Park on Thursday While most of it was rhetoric aimed at keeping the audience interested the real focus was on three points: one the reaffirmation of the Hindutva focus of the party; two positioning of the Shiv Sena as the only party of choice for the Marathi manoos; and three bringing Dalits to the party’s fold For the party the immediate threat to all three segments of voters come from the BJP So it’s no surprise that Uddhav made it a point to single it out for attack According to political experts the Shiv Sena is under compulsion to prove itself more Hindu than the BJP Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray PTI "It was a desperate attempt to retain his followers in troubled times He is trying to show that he is more radical a Hindutva leader than those of the BJP His demands of India should be declared as Hindu nation Bharat Ratna award for Veer Savarkar and anti-Pakistan statements were an attempt to convey that impression" said Surendra Jondhale head of the Civics and Politics department at the Mumbai University He said that since the Sena ministers are not getting due recognition from the BJP leadership there is restlessness among the former “There is also confusion among the leaders and cadre about the kind of role they should play So Uddhav has taken an ambiguous position By saying that he would not quit the Maharashtra government he seems to have agreed to accept the treatment meted out to his ministers by the BJP" he said adding that uncomfortable and troubled relationship between the two parties is likely to continue till Mumbai civic body’s elections in 2017 Loss of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation the richest civic body in the country would be virtual death knell for the party which has not managed to expand its footprints across the state significantly in all these years Prakash Bal a political analyst said that Uddhav’s speech at dussehra rally is just empty rhetoric "He (Uddhav) was attempting to show that the Sena is toeing the hardline Hindutva ideology better than the BJP It was an attempt to keep his cadres happy His attack on BJP was symbolic one because he was trying to balance the two factions in Sena While one faction wants Uddhav to take on the BJP the other faction wants to go soft" said Bal He added that the crowd collection at the rally was good but it has been so since Balasaheb’s days "But turning the crowd into votes is difficult BJP won’t tolerate him at the time of BMC elections in 2017" he said adding that the Sena is weak at the state level Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray on Thursday struck an uncharacteristically aggressive posture against the BJP his party’s coalition partner in Maharashtra He hit out at the BJP while addressing party workers at the Dussehra rally on wide range of issues including Dadri incident price rise Ram Mandir and General VK Singh’s controversial remark on Dalits He also expressed no regret over the cancellation of the Ghulam Ali concert in the city and the ink attack on Sudheendra Kulkarni He also demanded that the India should be declared as Hindu nation and Veer Sawarkar should be given Bharat Ratna award Written by Sarah Hafeez | New Delhi | Updated: February 3 2017 6:01 am The collapsed section of a building in C-Block area of Connaught Place in New Delhi on Thursday The incident took place on Wednesday night PTI Photo Top News A large portion of Connaught Place’s Block C caved in around 2 am on Thursday — the first time such an incident has taken place at the commercial centre in recent memory No casualty or injury was reported The ceiling and walls of a vacant first floor shop — above the renowned Jain Book Depot and some neighbouring stores — caved in when there were hardly any people around But the gaping red wound on the white facade led to shock and awe as people started trickling in later “Gir gaya (It has collapsed)” is what many shoppers and shopkeepers simply said as soon as they looked towards the sky standing near a chain of book stores some as old as 80 years The cavity in the facade revealed water tanks and generator sets resting on the ceiling while entire pillars lay on the road crumbled Many stopped to take photos as NDMC and police officers took stock NDMC chairperson Naresh Kumar said “We called a team from IIT According to them the collapse happened due to two reasons — old building structure and excess load of the roof A five-member committee has been formed comprising NDMC officials an expert from the IIT Delhi department of civil engineering and a CPWD official We have asked building owners to provide a structural stability certificate” The incident many said should prompt some soul-searching on part of the authorities “Achcha hua Log jaane CP ke building ki halat kya hai (People should know the state of CP’s buildings)” said Raj Kumar a vendor who usually sets up a stall to sell mobile covers on the pavement there Nabhi Kumar Jain owner of Jain Book Depot said “This might be the first time an entire shop has caved in in CP The buildings built by the British in the last century can survive another 100 years And this was one of the earliest to be renovated during the Commonwealth Games Perhaps faulty maintenance and overloading the rooftop led to this” Fire tenders rushed to the spot after a call went out “By morning the NDMC’s fire department took over” Delhi fire chief G C Mishra said Two cranes to lift portions of collapsed walls trucks to transport debris an ambulance and police and NDMC vehicles hovered around Block C through the day DCP (New Delhi district) B K Singh said “We have registered an FIR under IPC Section 436 (mischief by fire or explosive substance with intent to destroy house etc) We are trying to find the owner of the building” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: August 10 2017 3:11 pm Robert Pattinson will soon be seen in the next Hollywood film Good Time Related News Hollywood actor Robert Pattinson who is gearing up for the release of Good Time says the film has changed him a lot and made him comfortable in his own skin The film directed by Josh and Benny Safdie features Pattinson 31 as a small-time criminal who attempts to race against the clock to break his brother out of prison after a botched bank robbery In a conversation with The Hollywood Reporter Pattinson said after shooting the film “I’m more confident in my body than I used to be It’s something about growing up as an English person — you’re very physically inhibited “I’ve done a few movies where I’ve actively tried to be more physical and break through my levels of inhibition and self-righteousness It’s difficult But as soon as I saw their last movie (Heaven Knows What) — it’s so kinetic — I just knew I wanted to do something with them” The directing duo too is all praise for the Twilight actor “He said to us ‘I’m willing to do whatever it takes’ and we took him at his word times a hundred” said Benny Josh added “He didn’t complain once and his trailer was a minivan that sometimes doubled as a Steadicam dolly” Earlier in another interview the actor had revealed that he once got expelled from his school for selling porn magazines The 31-year-old actor shared the incident during his appearance on The Howard Stern Show reported Us magazine “I’ve never actually said this before I was stealing porno magazines and selling them at school No one knew at all what to do with them though…I’d sell them for a lot of money I used to go in and take like one or two and then put them in my bag I was in my school uniform when I was doing it and it was kind of risky At the end I got so cocky that I would take the entire rack” Robert Pattinson said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Saritha Rai | Published: October 7 2014 12:26 am Related News The trademark austerity of southern India’s billionaires is fast disappearing Not so long ago billionaires in Bangalore and the rest of southern India hesitated to splurge on trophy homes lest it be mistaken for extravagance and exhibitionism Not anymore In the suburbs of the bustling town of Thrissur about 75 kilometres northeast of Ernakulam three grand homes are getting their final finishing touches within a gated community From the outside the homes look modern and stylish but otherwise unremarkable However their indoors are gasp-worthy fitted with accoutrements rarely seen in the dwellings of the traditional rich in south India Each of the three homes belonging to the family of TS Kalyanaraman 66 the billionaire promoter of the jewellery chain Kalyan stands on adjacent one-acre plots The houses sprawl over areas of about 35000 sq ft each and have been four-and-a-half years in the making Each home is in a distinctive style costs about 75 crore rupees and is within a couple of minutes walking distance from the family’s private helipad Kerala’s first from where the ride to their private aircraft parked at the Kochi airport is just 10 minutes The father Kalyanaraman and sons Rajesh and Ramesh are scheduled to move into the homes soon The family has illustrious neighbours Joy Alukkas of the eponymous jewellery chain is a competitor in the marketplace but a friend and neighbour within the walled community PNC Menon of the real estate conglomerate Sobha Developers has plans for a future home in the gated community which is promoted by his own company Thrissur ranks 138 among India’s largest cities but a disproportionate number of successful businessmen have their roots there Besides the two jewellery chain owners and the real estate developer the owners of gold finance firm Muthoot finance the Muthoot brothers and the Gulf-based retail billionaire Yusuff Ali as well as the promoters of several Kerala-based banks hail from the town In fact Yusuff Ali’s own Kerala home is a 60000-sq ft three-level waterfront residence with 11 bedrooms and a helipad that stands on three acres (to put that in context the White House is a 55000-sq ft dwelling that stands on 18 acres) Like many of their successful peers with smalltown origins Thrissur’s flourishing entrepreneurs have sprouted wings for their business but have chosen to grow their roots in their birthplace The palatial new homes in the unlikely location of Thrissur mirror a trend visible in every corner of India as more such homes come up in towns like Ajmer and Siliguri and Coimbatore “Many Indian entrepreneurs travel the world are exposed to opulence everywhere they go and now want the same comfort and luxury in their homes” said Ramesh Kalyanaraman 36 the younger of Kalyanaraman’s two sons He said the brothers and the father travelled extensively outside India as many as five to 10 days a month and usually stayed in plush hotels “When we returned home we wanted the same level of well-being for ourselves and our families; we cannot lead two lives” he said In the rather abstemious southern India where conspicuous consumption patterns have lagged its northern counterpart the sumptuousness of these homes heralds signs of a social change On this side of the Vindhyas billionaires especially those that made their riches from the IT industry are known to drive used cars and live in modest digs The trend could be turning In the Thrissur gated community the home of the patriarch Kalyanaraman stands in the middle and is built in the neo-classical style older son Rajesh’s home in the classical style while younger son Ramesh’s house has a modern contemporary feel The homes look nothing like the traditional residences of Kerala’s wealthy which are characterised by the generous use of expensive wood “There isn’t a single piece of teak in our three homes” said Ramesh Each piece of furniture has been sourced from upscale furniture fairs in Europe and carries designer brand names like Armani and Fendi The handpicked designer chandeliers cost a crore each Everything from the mattresses to the door handles has been imported after careful selection “These kinds of accessories have never been seen in Kerala” Ramesh said The homes are fully automated from the lights indoors to the water sprinklers in the garden Bedroom curtains can be set to draw out at a certain time to a personal song Each of the three homes has an entertainment theatre that cost a crore to put together The security features in these homes are immaculate The windows have double-layer bulletproof imported glass which does not let a single whisper of sound through There are 20 security cameras in and around each home and laser beams sweep the boundaries The cameras are rigged to beam images to the nearest police station in case of any intrusion “Many people spend money on things that are noticeable but this home is built not for people to see but for us to live and enjoy” Ramesh Kalyanaraman said [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App Yusuff Ali’s Kerala home is a 60000-sq ft three-level waterfront residence with 11 bedrooms and a helipad that stands on three acres (the White House is a 55000-sq ft dwelling on 18 acres)Written by Partha Sarathi Biswas | Pune | Published: February 3 2017 6:26 am Construction of farm ponds wells percolation tanks are some of the works which the state had pushed for in these areas Top News SINCE LAST two budgets improving irrigation facility has been one of the major thrusts of the Centre with states like Maharashtra receiving lion’s share of the funds During his Budget speech this year Finance Minister Arun Jaitley announced the setting up a micro irrigation fund with a corpus of Rs 5000 crore Over the last few years support for micro irrigation has been growing in the state as it allows for decentralisation of water resources However like big dams the minor irrigation works in Maharashtra has been plagued by various issues Documents accessed by The Indian Express from various ministries shows that 70 per cent of the minor irrigation projects in the drought prone Marathwada region remains unfinished Between 2009 and 2014 around 3623 minor irrigation works valued at Rs 36085 crores were completed while 1069 minor irrigation works valued at Rs 10438 crores was in progress Watch: The works in question were undertaken at the village and district levels through the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS) and the Zilla Parishads at the respective districts Construction of farm ponds (Shettali) wells percolation tanks are some of the works which the state had pushed for in these areas Since 2010 the state had made it a policy to push for drought proofing work in Marathwada During the customary audit of the works the Accountant General (AG) of the state raised a series of objections in the manner the minor irrigation works were undertaken One of the major finding during the audit of was the absence of a district-wise masterplan for undertaking the minor irrigation plan Absence of the master plan the audit said would put a question mark on the projects as neither their viability nor their usefulness in the long term could be accessed Also more than 1800 works were undertaken without proper economic viability report The total expenditure on these work was estimated to be around Rs 140 crores Many of the districts had taken up work for construction of ponds but not even 50 per cent of the work was completed Of the 2000 farm ponds planned in Latur only 565 was completed while of the 200 planned in Hingoli just about 48 were completed In Parbhani 7435 minor irrigation works was started but only 938 completed The lack of a masterplan for minor irrigation works was one of the biggest problem besieging the sector said Parineeta Dandekar of the South Asian Network of Dams Rivers and People (SANDRP) adding ‘In the absence of a plan expenditure is meaningless’ she said Former chief engineer of the water resources department Vijay Pandhare said the amount allocated in the budget is too less “Rs 5000 crores for the nation is too small to make any significant difference Efforts are necessary to see works are finished on time’ he said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsKolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday lashed out at CPM accusing the party of taking the state back by decades and spreading negativity about her government now File image of Mamata Banerjee AFP "Those who took the state back by decades are spreading hate falsehoods and negativity now Those who can’t win by votes indulge in slandering" she said at a meeting at Birpara of Alipurduar district "The new generation of youth in Bengal will take the state forward Bengal is turning around" she said The Trinamool Congress supremo attacked the central government for slashing funds for the Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) scheme and plight of labourers "The centre stopped funds for ICDS scheme We are now funding the scheme We will keep running Anganwadi centres" Banerjee asserted Ahead of the crucial Assembly polls Banerjee had earlier announced her government’s decision to take over engineering firm Jessop and tyre maker Dunlop India Recently two bills were passed in the state Assembly for taking over the industrial units run by the Pawan Ruia Group "We took over Dunlop and Jessop factories because we care for the welfare for workers We will not allow the innocent workers and labourers to suffer because of the central government" she said IANS By: AP | Updated: October 3 2017 7:01 pm Bale remains the team’s inspiration yet despite being its top scorer in qualifying with four goals he hasn’t reached the heights of Euro 2016 qualifying when he netted seven of Wales’ 11 goals (Source: AP) Related News They were the revelation of the 2016 European Championship a Wales team of mostly journeymen – not counting its galactico Gareth Bale of course– somehow reaching the semifinals in their first major soccer tournament in nearly 60 years The Welsh players virtually became overnight sensations Rugby the biggest sport in Wales briefly took a back seat They were ahead of archrival England in the FIFA rankings in 11th place Five years previously they were 117th The comedown was sobering if not entirely unexpected given the expectations foisted upon them Five straight draws in qualifying for the 2018 World Cup including one at home against Georgia left the Welsh concerned they would be watching the tournament on TV – just like the old days With no margin for error Wales has steadied the campaign with wins over Austria and Moldova but now comes a defining week: at Georgia on Friday and then a group-ending home match against Ireland on Monday And the Welsh will have to cope without Bale who will miss both qualifiers with a calf muscle strain sustained while playing for Real Madrid “Realistically” Wales coach Chris Coleman has said “we have to get maximum (points) to give ourselves a chance of second” In Group D Serbia leads by four points Wales is a point ahead of third-place Ireland The Wales-Ireland showdown in Cardiff therefore is set to decide which team goes into the playoffs It won’t be a game for the faint-hearted At least the hangover from Euro 2016 seems to have been shaken off by the Welsh who entered qualifying as a top-seeded team but haven’t played like one Early on in their group they had to deal with raised expectations and the unusual feeling of being favorites Opponents sat deep and frustrated Wales which has relied on its strength on the counterattack Bale remains the team’s inspiration yet despite being its top scorer in qualifying with four goals he hasn’t reached the heights of Euro 2016 qualifying when he netted seven of Wales’ 11 goals Behind Bale Aaron Ramsey is the team’s most renowned player and the Arsenal midfielder’s absence through injury for the first three qualifiers proved costly in the draws against Austria and Georgia In some ways Ashley Williams was as important as Bale in Euro 2016 qualifying a tower of strength at center back but he hasn’t been as commanding in this campaign and has started the domestic season poorly with Everton Indeed the biggest interventions in those crucial wins over Austria and Moldova last month were made by a 17-year-old forward Ben Woodburn The Liverpool winger scored the winner against Austria with one of his first touches after going on as a substitute then set up the opening goal in the 2-0 win over Moldova _ again soon after entering from the bench _ scored by Hal Robson-Kanu Coleman said after losing to Portugal in the Euro 2016 semifinals that Wales had broken through a psychological barrier by advancing so far at a major tournament The team will fall back on that experience over the next few days For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Manoj Kumar R | Bengaluru | Published: June 5 2017 4:31 pm As I’m suffering from Kadhal trailer is out Related News Many may not know that director Balaji Mohan’s debut film Kadhalil Sodhappuvadhu Yeppadi was based on his short film of the same name He made a mark in the industry as a short film director on a television channel Going back to roots Balaji has created a new web series titled ‘As I’m suffering from Kadhal’ Following the format of Netflix originals the entire season of the show will be made available at once on Hotstar on June 16 The first season has 10 episodes and each of them will be 20 minutes long ‘As I’m suffering from Kadhal’ is a romantic comedy series and boasts of an all-star cast including Balaji Dhanya and Balaji play one of the couples in the show The web series examines the battle of sexes and best and worst things in different types of relationship Married divorced live-in and soon-to-be-married couples discuss life and relationship issues in the series in the most quirky way possible Sundar Rama Balakrishna Baby Yuvina Nakshathra Nagesh Sanath Reddy Abishek Joseph George and Sanjana are also part of the star cast The series is funded by Balaji’s home production banner Open Window Actor Dhanush who Balaji had directed in Maari took to Twitter to congratulate the young director for his new venture “All the very best Balaji Mohan 4 ur new venture asimsufferingfromkadhalGo 4 t guysIt’s funny an thought provoking” he tweeted He will be soon directing Dhanush in Maari 2 Filmmaker Soundarya Rajnikanth also wished Balaji good luck on his web-series Responding to her tweet Balaji revealed that it was Soundarya and Dhanush who motivated him to venture into a new direction “Thank u @soundaryaarajni (sic) thanks to u & @dhanushkraja sir for initiating this and giving me the confidence to go for it” he wrote Thank u @soundaryaarajni thanks to u & @dhanushkraja sir for initiating this and giving me the confidence to go for it http://s.tco/f9MY1tfuaU — Balaji Mohan (@directormbalaji) June 5 2017 Balaji’s web series is likely to usher in a new format of entertainment for young Tamil audience The trailer of the series promises a very relevant and enjoyable web-series to youngsters who dislike the unrealistic and mindless melodrama of the TV series For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt 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