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Defamation to Bharat Ratna award by Sherlyn Chopra

With becoming the first Indian ever to pose for the 'Playboy' Magazine cover, Sherlyn Chopra wants her to be given the highest civilian award of India "Bharat Ratna".
The award which is awarded for the highest degree of national service, she thinks she fits into it. This 'Bharat Ratna' or (Gems/Jewel of India-translated) is given to the eminent personalities who held from the following categories artistic, literary, scientific achievements and recognition of the public service of the highest order.
If ranked Bharat Ratna holders are given 7th rank in the Indian order of precedence. This is just a little reflection of what 'Bharat Ratna' mean to an Indian. And this former Bollywood actress 'Sherlyn Chopra' who is not even known to most of the Indians, now demands the highest degree award for being chosen as the cover page for a renowned men's magazine which features photographs of nude women, some fictions and journalism.
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Rajesh Khanna the first superstar of Bollywood

‎"Arrey oh baabu mushoy, hum to rangmanch ki kathputliyan hain jiski dor us upar wale ke haathon main hai.. kab, kaun kahan uthega ye koi nahin janta " This dialogue of Rajesh Khanna, which made him immortal for years to come. Rajesh Khanna also popularly known as 'Kaka', debuted with the Bollywood film 'Aakhri khat' in 1966 and then gave many successful movies like Anand,' Raaz', 'Baharon ke sapnay', 'Ittefaq', Aradhna, Bawarchi and many more.
He was the first superstar of Bollywood, born in a Amritsar, Punjab as Jatin Khanna on 29th December 1942, was adopted and raised by foster parents who were relatives to his biological parents.
Rajesh khanna acted in as many as 163 movies and out of which 128 movies cast him as the lead actor.
He won 3 Filmfare 'Best actor award' and had been nominated for the same for about 14 times. He is also the winner of BFJA award for best actor and he won this for maximum times that is 4 times a…

Lonavla and Khandala the hilly forts of Maharashtra

Lonavla a hill station and a municipal council of Pune district in the state of Maharashtra truly resembles the hill fort for the state Maharashtra and particularly for the two giant cities Mumbai and Pune. The location Lonavla and Khandala though lie nearly in the midway, (nearer to Pune 64km) to Mumbai and Pune, provides a connecting link to the two of the biggest cities of Maharashtra. Lonavla & Khandala is very well connected with Mumbai-Pune Highway and expressway.
The nearest airport is Pune 64km and another airport at Mumbai 104km.
Another connecting link to Lonavla and Khandala could be trains, Local trains are available from Mumbai or from Pune to Lonavla every hour. additionally all the trains going to Pune from Mumbai or trains going to Mumbai from Pune has a stoppage at Lonavla station.

There are though many scenic spots at Lonavla and Khandala, there are major 9 spots where you can go trekking in Lonavla and Khandala.
One of the best spots which I liked at Lonavla wa…