Friday, April 23, 2010

T\'PURAM: Kerala government had set apart Rs One Crore this year for diversifying the training programme for prospective emigrants to foreign countries, Chief Minister V S Achuthanandan said on Friday. Speaking after distributing certificates to the new batch of job-seekers who got trained by `ROOTS,\' an organisation under the Non-Resident Keralite Affairs (NORKA) department, he said the training would equip job-seekers with new skills and help them survive the competition in Gulf and other foreign countries. The government had evolved several welfare measures for Non-Resident Keralites through the non-resident Keralite (NRK) Welfare Board. NORKA cells under various district collectorates had been strengthened enabling NRK kin to get official help to settle their relatives\' problems abroad. NORKA-ROOTS would also start a recruitment drive in a professional manner along with the training programmes, the Chief Minister said.

Much prior to Vijays 50th film Sura would hit screens, the actor has already completed the first schedule for Kavalkaran. Followed by Vettaikaran, Vijay has once again chosen the title of yesteryear MGR film Kavalkaran. The actor reasserts that choosing the yesteryear titles of superstars� films gains more prominence for his films. As known earlier, Kavalkaran is a remake of Malayalam film Bodyguard (Dileep and Nayantara in lead roles). The film is directed by Siddique and marks the comeback of Asin in Tamil film industry. The first schedule has been shot across the locales of Kumbakonam, Kaaraikudi and Pollachi. According to the buzz, yesteryear actors Raj Kiran and Roja seem to have been signed for this film for enacting the role of Asin�s parents. Followed by the grand success, Ghilli and Kuruvi, music director Vidyasagar has scored music for this Vijay�s film.

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