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June 14, 2016

Aamir Khan's new look for Dangal revealed: Actor tweets photo of his physique ahead of filming of upcoming Bollywood movie

Special Correspondent

Mumbai: Bollywood star Amir Khan has released a photo of his physique.

The photograph has been released ahead of the filming of the upcoming film 'Dangal'.

Khan tweeted the photo and wrote, "2 days to go before I shoot for young Mahaveer".

The Bollywood star also shared the photograph on his Facebook page.

Khan has reportedly gained over 20 kilograms in preparation for the role of Indian wrestler Mahaveer Phogat.

The actor is well-known for working hard on his physique and changing his looks for the movies.

He is particularly famous for his role as Mangal Pandey, Ghajini and that of a young student in 3 Idiots.

Khan has been working out rigorously for months. The super star first gained weith from 68 kg to 93 kg as he plays role of an ageing wrestler in the initial part of the film.

Later, he had to lose weight so that he could shoot for the second phase. Sakshi Tanwar, Fatima Sana Sheikh and Sanya Malhotra are other actors in the movie.

11 million caste certificates issued during special drive in Madhya Pradesh, digitally signed documents will be available online

Special correspondent
BHOPAL: Over one crore 19 lakh 16 thousand 108 caste certificates have been issued in MP recently.

These certificates were issued during special campaign of the state government to issue the certificates at school level.

Digitally signed caste certificates are also being kept safe in digital repository.Hence, these certificates will be always available online.

The state government has simplified process of issuing caste certificates to SCs, STs and OBCs to remove difficulties.

Issuance of caste certificate has been covered under Public Services Delivery Guarantee Act in Madhya Pradesh.

Arrangement has been made to issue caste certificates with digital signature of SDM (Sub Divisional Magistrate).

To ensure that school students do not wander about to obtain caste certificates, General Administration Department had launched this special campaign to issue certificates to students taking admission in class I from July 1, 2014.

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