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Batman filming hits a snag after Robert Pattinson tests positive for Covid-19


Batman filming hits a snag after Robert Pattinson tests positive for Covid-19 Filming for The Batman was stopped days after the pandemic hit the country, followed by a complete lockdown of the entertainment industry worldwide.

However, the shooting resumed as the government eased restrictions, and everything seemed to be going well until the lead actor was tested positive.

According to the US media, Robert Pattinson, who was set to play Bruce Wayne in the remake of The Batman, tested positive for the coronavirus.

Warner Bros said that a member of the production team was self-isolating but did not reveal the person’s identity. A spokeswoman for the studio said, “A member of the production team has been tested positive for the virus and is isolating in compliance with the established protocols. Filming of the movie has been temporarily halted.”

However, Vanity Fair said that it was the British actor Robert Pattinson, 34, who has contracted the virus days after the shooting resumed near London. The filming for the movie began in Glasgow earlier this year was halted due to the advent of the virus.

The movie was earlier scheduled to release in June 2021 has now been delayed and will hit the theatres on someday in October 2021.

In the latest film, the Twilight famed star will follow into the footsteps of Christian Bale, Michael Keaton, George Clooney, and Ben Affleck to play the Gotham City superhero. The movie is directed under the brilliant supervision of Matt Reeves. It outlines the life of a billionaire outcast who turned into a midnight vigilante after the death of his parents.

Pattinson, who also co-starred in Nolan’s Tenet, has not yet commented on the reports. The movie began its filming after a six-month delay but seemed to have arrived at an indefinite halt since the lead actor tested positive.

Staggered opening of schools after five months


Staggered opening of schools after five months Corona Virus pandemic has slowed down the sectorial growth of the Indian economy. The education industry remains the most affected among these sectors. Online classes have been going on, yet the effectiveness of the delivery of lessons has declined owing to the lack of infrastructural facilities in our country.

With the successful unlocking of different sectors, the government has decided to partially reopen secondary as well as senior secondary schools.

The ministry of education has formulated the procedure for a partial reopening of schools. These Standard Operating Procedures would be brought in force from 21 September 2020. Under the guidelines developed by the ministry, students from class 9 onwards would now be able to visit schools and consult their teachers for doubt clearance. However, it is an entirely voluntary act and has not been made compulsory by the government.

The students visiting the school will require written consent from their parents or guardians. Teachers have been advised to take the sessions while maintaining all social distancing norms in the school. The teachers and students coming from containment zones have been denied the permit.

The SOP also granted a permit to Entrepreneurship training in National Skill Training Institutes and Industrial Institutes or those registered with State Skill Development Missions or other ministries to open up in a staggered manner.

The schools would open in the states of Haryana, Jharkhand, and Andhra Pradesh, with 50% of staff attending school at one time. The states have complained about learning gaps and have formulated these plans to systematically open up schools in certain areas on strict vigilance. Also, the opening of schools is not an alternative to online teaching. The classes are to go on regularly, supported by doubt clearing sessions in schools.

Although the government has shared plans for the opening of schools for senior classes, it has kept mum on reopening the schools for primary standards.

Super Sunday offer five smartphones available at a discounted price with amazing features


Super Sunday offer five smartphones available at a discounted price with amazing features

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Maruti Suzuki MD says auto industry in worst phase, government help


The auto industry has broken its back due to the Corona crisis. In this situation, Kenichi Ayukawa, managing director and CEO of Maruti Suzuki, has sought help from the government. He said that the auto industry of India is going through the toughest phase in past and it needs government help in the form of incentive based scrapage policy besides reduction in GST.

Reiterating the auto industry’s old demand for reduction in GST, Ayukawa said, “We are facing the most difficult time in history.” The industry needs your (government) help. We believe that the tax on growing business will be supplementary than the government’s scrap scheme and the reduction in GST.

The industry

Ayukawa went back several years, said that due to the corona virus epidemic and the ongoing slowness since last financial year, this sector has gone back many years. He said that in the face of the international health catastrophe, the Indian auto industry played a role in the manufacture of respirators, PPE and also imported test kits from overseas to fight virus.

Improvement over last year

Ayukawa said, “we have come back in August compared to 2019. However, it would not be correct to compare with last year, as the business had recorded a negative growth of fifteen to twenty five percent during that time. This adverse growth has left the industry behind for many years. Let me tell you here that Kenichi Ayukawa said these things in the presence of Union Minister PrakashJavedkar. Ayukawa is also the president of Siam, an organization of the automobile industry.

Maruti’s sales improved in August

Let us know that Maruti’s sales have increased by 17.1 percent in August and it has increased to nearly one lakh twenty four thousands units. In the year of 2019, the company sold approx. one lakh vehicles. Last month, Maruti’s car sales in the Indian market increased by nearly 20 percent to approx. one lakhs units from ninety seven thousands units in August 2019.


Batman filming hits a snag after Robert Pattinson tests positive for...

Batman filming hits a snag after Robert Pattinson tests positive for Covid-19 Filming for The Batman was stopped days after the pandemic hit the...


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