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Dubai, Apr 17: ‘English - Enkleg Barpuji Bro’, the Tulu slapstick comedy movie which is running houseful shows in Mangaluru, Puttur, Sullia, Beltangady, Moodbidri, Udupi, Kundapur, Manipal, Karkala, Bengaluru, Mysuru, Sakleshpur, Shuntikoppa, Hubballi, Shivamogga and Kasargod, is released in Oman and UAE now and is running houseful shows.
This movie which is produced under the banner ACME Movies International is produced by the renowned Dubai entrepreneur and Kannada cine producer Harish Sherigar and his wife Sharmila Sherigar. The movie is directed by K Sooraj Shetty. The movie was released on April 15 at Oman and UAE (Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, Fujairah and Sharjah). It is running to full houses in Oman. At the same time in Dubai it is running continuously for full house shows.
This movie has good comical moments and comes with a good message to society. The movie keeps the audience glued to their seats till the last scene. In addition, the melodious songs of the movie will soothe the mind of the cine-goers.
The unique movie which is entering into the fourth week of its release in the theatres in India is establishing…
MONTREAL -- As the COVID-19 third wave continues, Quebecers are flocking to open outdoor spaces.
Google has been tracking citizens' mobility who have their location history activated on their phones and compared the data to benchmark data from before the pandemic began in February 2020.
Visits to parks, public beaches, marinas, dog parks, plazas and public gardens increased by 81 per cent over the past week as the weather warmed in the province.
In Laval the number was up 119 per cent and in Montreal it was up 96 per cent.
In zones facing stricter lockdown measures, people are still heading out more.
Residents of the three cities that were put under lockdown recently after new case numbers surged seem eager to leave their residences as well: Gatineau (+78 per cent) Quebec City's (+56 per cent) Levis (+49 per cent).
With the third wave raging, Quebecers are still choosing to stay home 13 per cent more than the baseline, but heading to retail and recreation sites such as restaurants, cafes and shopping centres is predictably down 22 per cent.
Public transit numbers are also down by more than half (53 per cent), while about a third (33 per cent) fewer…
The number of new COVID-19 infections in Quebec has hovered between 1,500 and 1,600 daily and intensive care units are seeing more patients. (Mario Tama/Getty Images - image credit)
Hospitals in Quebec are bracing for a surge of severely ill COVID-19 patients over the next month, in what many hope is the virus's last gasp.
"My sense is we're in for a bit of a run in the next few weeks," said Dr. Peter Goldberg, head of critical care at Montreal's McGill University Health Centre (MUHC). "We're preparing for probably a worse phase than either (wave) one or two in terms of ICU numbers."
For the past week, the number of new infections in Quebec has hovered between 1,500 and 1,600 per day.
So far, the Montreal area has managed to avoid an explosion of new cases, but Quebec City, Lévis and Gatineau are all struggling with high rates of community transmission due to more contagious variants of COVID-19.
In addition to an 8 p.m. curfew in those regions, schools are operating exclusively online and non-essential businesses remain closed.
Those targeted measures may help, but projections released Thursday by provincial experts suggest designated COVID-19 beds could be completely filled in…